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    Copdock, Suffolk Villages & Towns - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Copdock 1841 census transcriptions ; Copdock Public Houses

    Whites 1855 Directory

    COPDOCK parish, between "two small rivulets, from 3 to 4 miles S.W. by W. of Ipswich, has a pleasant village on the London road, containing a good inn and several handsome houses, adjoining Washbrook, in which parish some of the houses are situated. Copdock has 349 inhabitants, and 932A. 33P. of rich clayey land, lying in two manors, viz., Copdock, of which W. J. Deane, Esq., is lord, and Copdock-Hall-with-Barons, of which the Rev. J. T. Hales Tooke is lord; but part of the soil belongs to Rolla Rouse, Esq., Mrs. Syer, Mr. R Bruce, and a few smaller owners. The Church (St Peter) is a neat fabric, with a tower and five bells ; and a curiously sculptured font. It was re-seated, and a handsome reredos erected in 1853, so that the interior has now a handsome appearance. The rectory, valued in K.B. at 9.12s. 8$d., has the vicarage of Washbrook annexed to it, and the two united livings were valued in 1835, at 483 per annum. Lord Walsingbam is patron, and his younger brother, the Hon. and Rev. Fredk. De Grey, M.A. is the incumbent, and has a good Rectory House, and 35 acres of glebe. The tithes of Copdock are commuted for 250. 10s. per annum. Here is a National School for the two united parishes, built in 1851. Post via Ipswich.

    Bond Mrs Emily, Copdock House
    Cook Robt., blacksmith, Post-office
    Davis Thomas, organist
    De Grey Hon & Rev Frederick, M.A.,
    Josselyn James, Esq.
    King George, wheelwright & par. clerk
    Mayhew Samuel, corn miller
    Pallent John, thatcher
    Plumb Wm. & Mrs. National School
    Salmon George, butcher
    Shepherd George, shoemaker
    Shorten Chas. Thos. & A. J. veterinary surgeons, New Hall (and Ipswich)
    Wright Robert Fdk. carpenter & vict, White Elm
    Wrattislaw John, Esq. Copdock Lodge

    Bickmore Thomas
    Brace Richard.
    Edwards Henry
    Shorten Alfd John
    Marshall Stephen, Copdock Hall
    Norfolk James, Mace Hall
    CARRIER, Joshua Beer, to Ipswich, Monday, Tuesday, Thurs. & Sat.

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