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History of Suffolk - Chelmondiston 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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CHELMONDISTON is a village and parish, 6 miles south-east from Ipswich, in Samford hundred, union, and
rural deanery, Ipswich county court district, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and Norwich diocese, East Suffolk, on the bank of the broad and navigable Orwell, near its mouth. St. Andrew's church is an old, small, dilapidated edifice, with a square tower, but plans have been prepared and subscriptions entered into, through the exertions of John Berners, Esq., and the present rector, for the enlargement and complete restoration of this venerable fabric. The parish register begins 1727. The living is a rectory, annual value £312, with modern residence, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and held by the Rev. Thomas George Beaumont, M.A., of Magdalen College, Cambridge; the Rev. Herbert De Lisle, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin, is the curate.
There is a Baptist and a Wesleyan chapel. A good trade is carried on here in dredging for septaria, employing as
many as 70 boats; this stone forms the very finest Roman cement. Mr. Lucas Charles King is the chief manufacturer. John Berners, Esq., is principal landowner. Here is a well conducted private boarding school, in extensive grounds, most pleasantly situated, the principal of which is the Rev. J. B. Meadows, M.A., of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. In its locality this village bears the name of Pin Mill. The population in 1861 was 949, and the area is 1,627 acres.
Parish Clerk, Charles Steward
POST OFFICE.—Mrs. Martha Rowe, sub-postmistress. Letters arrive from Ipswich at 8.30 a.m.; dispatched at 6.10 p.m. On Sunday dispatched at 11 a.m. The nearest money order office & post office savings bank is at Ipswich
INSURANCE AGENT. — Liverpool & London Globe, Henrv Bell
East Suffolk Constabulary Police Station, Robert Cock, constable
National Schools, William Robert Locke, master; Miss Annie Cole, mistress
CARRIER TO IPSWICH.—Thomas Smith, from ' Foresters' Arms,' every day
WATER CONVEYANCE.—Steamboats take passengers from here to Ipswich and Harwich, several times, daily

Baker Rev. Samuel [Baptist]
Beaumont Rev. Thomas George, M.A. [rector]
De Lisle Rev. Herbert M.A. [curate]
Gentry Mr. William
Hill Mrs. Ivy cottage
Howlett Mr. Charles
Meadows Rev. John B. M.A
Wade Mrs

COMMERCIAL.
Adams Jeremiah, beer retailer
Alderton James Fisher, farmer
Allen William, beer retailer
Baldwin Ebenezer, shoe maker
Bell Henry, grocer & draper, & agent to Liverpool & London & Globe fire & Life Insurance Company
Calver Alfred, carpenter
Carrington John, farmer
Cuckow Edwin, grocer, provision dealer & draper
Curtis Charles, blacksmith
Curtis James, shipwright
Curtis Henry, ferryman to the Woolwich & Watermen's Steam Packet Company's Alma boats
Curtis Sarah (Mrs.), Butt & Oyster
Daldy George, beer retailer
Dale Abdiel, farmer
Dale William Fenning, butcher
Double Abraham, butcher
Ellis Robert Austin, bricklayer & bulkier, & grocer, draper & provision dealer
Garrard George, boat builder, & mast, block, oar & pump maker
Groom & Son, merchants, commission, ship, custom house & insurance agents, sail makers, ship chandlers etc.; & at Harwich, Essex, & Stavanger .Norway
Harrington Thomas, farmer
Hunt Samuel, carpenter
Hurrell Charles, Foresters' Arms
King Benjamin, butcher & wholesale meat salesman
King Charles, shopkeeper
King George, Red Lion inn
King Henry, beer retailer
King Lucas Charles, roman cement stone merchant
Knight Samuel, painter & glazier
Ling Alfred, farmer
Mason Benjamin, farmer
Mason Elizabeth (Mrs.),baker
Mayston James, shoe maker
Meadows Rev. John B. M.A. private grammar boarding school
Richardson Charles, farmer
Roberts Harriet (Mrs.), midwife
Rowe Martha (Mrs.), shopkeeper & postmistress
Scarpe John, beer retailer & farmer
Walker Robert, miller & farmer
Ward Henry, ferryman to Great Eastern Railway Company's steamboats
Warren Robert, butcher
Webb James, shipwright
Webb Pilbrough, wheelwright & carpenter
Webb Thomas, jun. blacksmith


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