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    Bildeston Public Houses & Bildeston in 1865


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    Bildeston in the 1879 Kellys Directory

    Bildeston is a small town and parish, 5 miles north by west from Hadleigh station, 75 from London and 10 north east from Sudbury, in the Western division, hundred and union of Cosford. the church of st Mary, about a quarter of a mile from the town, is a large and handsome structure. The register dates from 1558.
    The population in 1871 was 808.

    Post, Money Order & Telegraph Office & Savings Bank - john Crickmore, Receiver.
    Norwich Union Fire & Life, W Squirrell jun.
    There is a National school, able to accommodate 130 children; William Henry Mould, master; Miss Elizabeth Eldred, mistress; Miss Emily Gardner, infants mistress.
    Also a small school attached to the Baptist Chapel
    Carriers to Bury - James Cresswell; Hadleigh - James Cresswell; Ipswich - G C Roper & Jas Cresswell

    Beck Rev james M.A. Rectory
    Cleghorn Thomas
    Growse John Lawrence
    Growse Miss
    Leith Rev William Forbes M.A. [vicar of Wattisham]
    Moss Frederick
    Squirrell William
    Walter Herbert Simcoe, Rectory
    White Mrs

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    Bantock Benjamin, Crown
    Bull Richard, bookseller & news agent & leather cutter
    Clamp Ephraim, grocer, draper & agent for W A Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants, Market place
    Clark My Ann (Mrs), day school & toy dealer
    Cooper Mary Ann (Miss), ladies' school
    Cooper Susanna (Mrs), dress maker
    Cooper William, harness maker
    Cousens Upcher (Mrs), boarding and day school
    Crickmore John, grocer, draper & post office
    Death Jabez, carpenter
    Emerson William, bucther
    Farrow Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Gage Charles, farmer
    Gibbs Joseph, grocer & drpaer
    Green William, tailor
    Grimsey Robert Davison, saddler & harness maker
    Growse John Lawrence, surgeon
    Hacker Sarah (Miss), fancy repository
    Hall John, wheelwright
    Hearn Robert, saddler & harness maker
    Hill Alfred, blacksmith & ironmonger
    Hill Robert, boot & shoe maker
    Hitchcock John, farmer
    Kettle Horace Geo, mail contractor & farmer
    King Henry, farmer, The Lodge
    Kistruck Joseph Clarke, engineer & machinist
    Melton Thos Wm, Lion Inn & corn merchant
    Morley Walter, farmer, High Street house
    Moss Walter, carpenter & builder
    O'Sullivan Eugene, inland revenue officer
    Proctor Shadrach, farmer
    Ralph Chas, Kings Head, & excise officer
    Southgate Abraham, carpenter
    Squirrell William jun, farmer, maltster, hop, seed & corn merchant
    Studd John, cooper & baker
    Talbot Harry, pork butcher
    Taylor John, plumber & painter
    Tydeman Janes, watch maker
    Vince John, tailor & news agent
    Webb Thomas, bricklayer
    Whittell George, shoe maker
    Whittell William, painter & glazier
    Woollard Edwad, blacksmith
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