The History of Suffolk site
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History of Suffolk - Capel St Andrew 1865
Post Office Directory of 1865.
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Villages & Towns
CAPEL ST. ANDREW is a village and parish, on Butley Water, 4 miles
west from Orford, and 7§ from Woodbridge, in the hundred and rural deanery of
Wilford, union and county court district of Woodbridge, archdeaconry of Suffolk,
and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk. There is no church. The living is annexed
to Butley. Lord Rendlesham is lord of the manor. The population in 1861 was 231;
area, 2,272 acres.
Letters through Woodbridge, which is also the nearest money order office
Button James, farmer & shopkeeper
Clodd Christopher, farmer
Crisp Thomas, farmer, Tangham farm
Lyon John, farmer
Gobbitt Henry Moore, farmer
Lucock John, farmer
May John, farmer
Stebbings James, farmer
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