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History of Suffolk - Butley 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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BUTLEY is a parish and village, in Loeshundred, Plomesgate union, and Woodbridge county court district, East Suffolk, 4 miles west from Orford, and 7 east from Woodbridge. The church of St. John is a stone building. The living is a perpetual curacy, with the chapelry of Capel St. Andrew annexed, joint annual value £135, in the gift of Lord Rendlesham; the Rev. Frederic Charles Toole Hobbins, of King's College, London, is the incumbent. Butley Priory, about half a mile distant from the church, is now occupied by the present incumbent. Here is a National school, in which the children of this parish and those of Capel St. Andrew are educated. Butley is near the head of a wide creek of the Alde. Here are several crag pits. The population in 1861 was 385, and the area is 1,941 acres.
Parish Clerk, William Last.
Letters through Wickham Market, which is also the nearest money order office
National School, Miss Susan Baker, mistress
Hobbins Rev. Frederic Charles Toole [incumbent], Priory
Alexander Stephen, shoe maker
Burch .lames, blacksmith
Cable Thomas, tailor
Clark Frances (Mrs.), grocer & draper
Clark William, farmer
Cooper William, farmer
Crisp Thomas, farmer, Butley abbey
Crosby John, blacksmith
Hazlewood Robert, shopkeeper
Large William, wheelwright
May Edward, farmer
Moss Frederic, Butley Oyster
Read William, carpenter
Sewell John, miller & farmer
Till Joseph, grocer & draper
Webb David, farmer

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