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    Barton Mills Public Houses

    Barton Mills in Kellys 1879 Directory.
    Barton Mills is a parish and village in the Western division of the County, Lackford Hundred; situated about 1 mile south east from Mildenham, 8 miles north east from Newmarket, 4 south east from Kennet railway station and 67 from London.
    The river Lark skirts the parish on the north. The church of St Mary is an old stone building. The register is from the year 1663.
    Parish Clerk, Henry Jolly.
    Post Office, William Redgrave.
    National & Sunday school, built in 1845, & endowed; John Palmer, master.

    Fox Buscall, Old Rectory
    Fuller Miss, Barton villa
    Fuller Mrs, Hill house
    Fyson John, Ivy cottage
    Godfrey James Hewlett, Mill house
    Lott Rev William Buckland MA [rector & rural dean], Rectory
    Peachey Abraham
    Read Mrs, Barton hall
    Roper Mrs, Barton hall
    Roper The Misses
    Saunders henry
    Webb Richard

    Boyce Adolphus Joseph, farmer, Grange farm
    Catton Arthur, wheelwright & shopkeeper
    Cornell John, tailor & beer retailer
    Drake James, shoe maker
    Edwards James, blacksmith
    Folkes John Rudland, farmer
    Folkes Robert, farmer
    Ford George, blacksmith
    Fox Buscall, artist, Old Rectory
    Frost James, Dog & Partridge
    Godfrey James Howlett, miller, maltster & coal merchant
    Holland John, builder
    Kent William, shopkeeper
    Last Richard John, farmer, Hall farm
    Orris Wm, beer retailer & pork butcher
    Osborne Henry, market gardener
    Osborne Thomas, watch maker
    Redgrave Sarah (Mrs), shopkeeper
    Savory Edward Christopher, miller, farmer & corn merchant
    Sizer William, shopkeeper
    Sparkes William, shopkeeper
    Turner George, Bell Inn, & baker
    Wing Abraham, farmer, Street farm

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