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    Blundeston Public Houses & Blundeston in 1865

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    Blundeston in the 1879 Kellys Directory

    Blundeston is a parish and compact village 3 miles east from Somerleyton station, 147 from London by rail and 116 by road, and 3 north west from Lowestoft.
    In the Eastern division, Mutford and Lothingland hundred and incorporation.
    The church of St Mary is an old building, and the register dates from 1558. There is a Wesleyan Chapel. The population in 1871 was 716.

    Parish clerk, George Houghton
    Post & Money Order Office & savings Bank - William Henry Waller, receiver
    Here is a village school for boys & girls; Miss Isabella Martha Wright, mistress
    & an infant school, Mrs Mary Christie, mistress
    Carrier - Robert Gedge, to Yarmouth.

    Cory Rev Robert Woolmer M.A. [rector], The Lawn
    Johnson Mrs, The Lodge
    Shearing William, Old Rectory house

    Commercial
    Boyce Samuel, blacksmith
    Boyce William, blacksmith
    Colby James, boot maker
    Gedge Robert, shopkeeper & carrier
    Godbold John, farm bailiff to Wm W Woods esq, The Hall
    Horne James, market gardener
    Hurren John, grocer & draper
    Mallett Mark Rushmer, farmer, Decoy farm
    Marjoram William Mayes, Plough, & butcher
    Morris William, market gardener
    Norman William, market gardener
    Norman Samule, builder & brick maker
    Offord Johnm glass & china dealer
    Pearman Henry, painter
    Rivett Ann (Mrs), farmer
    Rounce James, builder & contractor
    Rounce Robert, boot maker & beer retailer
    Seeley William, beer retailer
    Slater Mary (Mrs), butcher
    Smith Charles Thomas, grocer & draper
    Spelman Hen Isaac, farmer, White house
    Waller Alfred, farmer, Poplar farm
    Waller Wm Hy, carpenter & post office
    Ward Samuel, market gardener

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