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History of Suffolk - Bradwell 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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BRADWELL is a parish and village, in the hundred and incorporation of Mutford and Lothingland, Great Yarmouth county court district, rural deanery of LothingJand, Suffolk archdeaconry, and Norwich diocese, East
Suffolk, seated on a height, 3 miles south-south-west from Yarmouth, and 8 from Lowestoft. The church of St. Nicholas is a neat building, with low round tower, containing 3 bells: it consists of nave, chancel, and a porch on the south side, and contains a very handsome font: the church has undergone considerable repairs, and, through the munificence of the late rector, a fine eastern window has been added. The register dates from 1610. The living is a rectory; the tithes have been commuted at £632 per annum, with residence and 11 acres of glebe land, in the gift of John Walker, Esq., and held by the Rev. John Walker, M.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge. A National school was built here in 1851. Population, 387; acres, 2,383, nearly one-fourth of which are marsh lands, near the river Yare.
Parish Clerk, John Chasteney.
Letters received through Yarmouth, which is also the nearest money order office

Barber Thomas, esq. Hobland hall
Barber Mr. Thomas Q. Hobland house
Levi Mr
Walker Rev. John, M.A. Rectory

Absolon David Urqnhart, farmer
Bracey Elizabeth (Mrs.), Sun
Bracey James, farmer
Bracey John, shoe maker
Brown Samuel, shoe maker
Buck James, farm bailiff
Chasteney John, market gardener
Clarke Stephen, miller
Crow Robert, landowner & farmer
Hammond Henry, farmer
Mallett John, blacksmith
Marjoram Christopher, farmer
Newark James, farmer
Osborne William, farmer
Woods — (Mrs.), farmer

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