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    Google maps of Beyton in the Thedwestry Hundred show the following places:

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    Beyton Public Houses & Beyton in 1865

    Beyton in the 1879 Kellys Directory

    Beyton (or Beighton) is a parish 1 miles south from Thurston station, 78 from London by rail via Welnetham, and 92 via Thurston and Ipswich and 5 east by south from Bury, in the Western division of the county, Thedwestry hundred, Stow union. The church of All Saints is a flint stone building, rebuilt in 1854. The register dates from 1539.
    In 1871, the population was 363.
    Parish clerk, George Cornish, who resides at Woolpit.

    Post & Money Order Office - Jonas Ellis, sub-postmaster
    A school Board was formed in 1875 & schools built for 72 children; Mrs Jane Staney Wetherell, mistress.
    Police Station - Baldwin, constable.

    Private Residents
    Cocksedge Mrs, the Grange
    Corsbie John Corsbie Brown, Beyton house
    Hawkins Rev Herbert Samuel M.A., Rectory
    Mallows William James, Manor house
    Mills James
    Robinson Mrs
    Roper Miss
    Walpole Walter Thomas, Poplar house
    Walpole Wm Sturman, Beyton lodge
    Wretham George


    Aldredge John, boot & shoe maker
    Austin Frederick, beer retailer
    Beyton Brewery Co, White Horse Inn, & brewers, maltsters, coal, timber & wine & spirit erchants (Oliver Laffin, manager)
    Clarke George, blacksmith
    Cocksedge Edward M L, farmer, The Grange
    Ellis Jonas, gardener
    Fakes Caroline (Miss), dress maker
    FitzSimon Justian S, inland revenue officer
    Goodram John, wheelwright
    Hart Oliver, wheelwright
    Hearn John & Son, corn merchants, millers & maltsters
    Hearn John, farmer
    Howe Walter, bricklayer
    Howlett William, shopkeeper
    Laflin Eliza (Mrs), dress maker
    Mainprice Mrs & Miss, school
    Mallows Wm James, farmer, Manor house
    Melton George, painter
    Mills James jun, butcher & cattle dealer
    Nobbs Samuel, farmer, Brook farm
    Olle Henry, Bear Inn
    Snell James C, saddler
    Snell William, baker
    Walpole William Sturman, solicitor
    Waylett George, pork butcher
    Waylett James, pig dealer
    Winter Charles, birch broom maker

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