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History of Suffolk - Coddenham 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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CODDENHAM is a parish and large village, about 80 miles from London, 3 east from Needham Market railway station, 3 north from Claydon railway station, 7 south-west from Debenham, about the same distance from Stowmarket, and 7 north from Ipswich, in the hundred and union of Bosmere, county court district of Ipswich, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk. The church of St. Mary is a noble Gothic building, with square tower containing 8 bells: the interior has some good monuments, and also a splendid stained glass window, erected by the late vicar, the Rev. J. Longe. The living is a vicarage, with the chapelry of Crowfield annexed, endowed with the rectorial tithes and two farms, and of the joint annual value of £1,009, in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. Robert Longe, B.A., of Caius College, Cambridge. There is an Independent chapel, which will accommodate about 200 persons, and a Free school for the education of the youth of both sexes. Here is a station of the county police. Rear Admiral Sir George N. Broke Middleton, Bart., C.B., is lord of the manor. Chalk is a common character of the soil two feet below the surface on the south and south-west side of the parish, and extends to 70 feet before water appears; there are two large chalk pits in common use. The population in 1861 was 903, and it contains 2,719 acres of well cultivated land.
POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE & POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.—William Trapnell, receiver. Letters arrive from Needham Market at 7 a.m.; dispatched at 7 p.m. & on Sundays at 12 noon
CARRIERS TO IPSWICH.—Scoulden, daily, except friday;
Wells, monday, Wednesday, & Saturday; Grimwood (from Gosbeck), tuesday, friday & Saturday

Armstrong Mrs
Blomfield Barrington, esq
Diggens Misses
Longe Rev. Robert, B.A. [vicar], Vicarage
Mount Misses Wiseman Mrs

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Acfield William & John, plumbers, painters & glaziers
Blomfield Barrington, surgeon
Brown George, blacksmith
Brown William, carpenter
Butcher John, shoe maker
Butcher Samuel, boot maker
Calver Sophia (Mrs.), farmer
Chaplin Win, shoe maker & beer retailer
Chapman Sarah (Mrs.), farmer
Chapman Walter, farmer, & steward to Rear Admiral Sir George N. Broke Middleton, bart
Coates Henry Banyard, miller
Cornish Samuel, carpenter& wheelwright
Cobbold John, proprietor of thrashing machines
Cross Samuel, grocer & pork butcher
Daking (Miss), fancy repository
Diggens Ann (Mrs.), farmer
English Richard, bricklayer
Forsdike Samuel, baker & carpenter
Forsdike Thomas, carpenter & beer retailer
Fox Frederick, farmer & land valuer
Gooding John, blacksmith
Hart Henry, farmer, poulterer & pork butcher
Kitson Adolphus, farmer
Kitson William, farmer
Last Henry, cooper
Lovett Thomas, shoe maker
Lummis Murrell, carpenter
Mayhew Offord, shoe maker & shopkeeper
Miller Henry, tailor
Moore John Dover, butcher
Mudd William, cattle dealer
Offord Francis, wheelwright
Offord Joshua, pump maker
Offord William, Crown, & blacksmith
Palmer William, grocer
Prentice Elizbth. (Miss), ladies' school
Pritty Charles, fanner
Salmon Thomas, farmer
Salmon Thomas, jun. lime burner
Scoging Samuel, jun. dealer
Scoging Samuel, sen. butcher
Scoulden Lionel, carrier
Smith Moses, harness maker
Smith William, harness maker
Steele William, farmer
Sutile John, hair dresser
Taylor William, bricklayer
Threadkell Thomas, farmer
Trapnell William, baker, grocer & postmaster
Vincent Abraham, veterinary surgeon
Warren James, beer retailer
Wells Ann (Mrs.), farmer & carrier
Willis George, grocer & draper
Wilson William, tailor
Wright Jonathan, farmer


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