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History of Suffolk - Copdock 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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COPDOCK is a village and parish, 2 miles north-east from Capel station, 67 from London, and 3 ½ south-west from Ipswich, in Samford hundred, union and rural deanery, Ipswich county court district, Suffolk archdeaconry, and Norwich diocese, East Suffolk. The church of St. Peter has a square tower containing 5 bells. The living is a rectory, with the vicarage of Washbrook annexed, joint annual value £483, with residence, in the gift of Lord Walsingham, and held by the Hon, and Rev. Frederick de Grey, M.A. Lord Walsingham is lord of the manor. A small mill stream, a tributary of the Orwell, waters the parish. A National school is supported by the Hon. and Rev. F. de Grey and others. The population in 1861 was 341, and the area is 954 acres.
Parish Clerk, George King.
POST OFFICE.—Robert Cook, receiver. Letters arrive from Ipswich at 8 a.m.; box closes at 6 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Ipswich
National School, William Plumb, master; Mrs. Mary Ann Plumb, mistress

Bennett Mrs
Bond Mrs
De Grev Hon. & Rev. Frederick, M.A.,
J.p. Rectory
Josselyn James, esq
Walker Major, Westhill house

Bigsby Thomas, farmer & miller
Bruce Richard, farmer
Cook Robert, blacksmith
Coppen William Henry, farmer
King George, wheelwright
Marshall Stephen, farmer, Copdock hall
Marven Sarah (Mrs.), grocer
Pallant John, thatcher
Pratt Thomas, farmer, New hall
Rouse Frederick, farmer
Tomkins William, farmer & landowner
Wbight Robt. Frederick, White Elm, & carpenter

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