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    East Bergholt, Suffolk Villages & Towns - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Google maps of East Bergholt in the Samford Hundred show the following places:

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    East Bergholt 1841 census ; East Bergholt Public Houses ;

    East Bergholt 1855 Whites Directory & Whites 1855 People

    East Bergholt in the 1879 Kellys Directory

    East Bergholt is a parish, small town and polling place for the eastern division of the county, Samford Hundred and union, situated near the north bank of the navigable river Stour, 2 miles west from Manningtree station, 61 from London, 6 south east from Hadleigh and 9 south west from Ipswich.
    The church of St Mary is in the perpendicular style; its tower was never finished, dated 1522. The population in 1871 was 1,320.
    Post Office - Miss R Blyth, postmistress.
    Insurance Agents:-
    Liverpool & London & Globe - H Folkard
    Sun Fire & Life, W S Calvert
    Police Station, John Hubbard
    Assessor, Joseph Lott
    Assistant Overseer & Collector, Wamule Wm Scogings

    Schools :-
    National (mixed, built in 1873), Charles Gedge, master; Misses S A Sage & E Ball, assistant mistress

    Carriers :-
    William Beeston, to Colchester & Ipswich
    James Neale, to Manningtree railway station

    Private Residents

    Private Residents
    Barker Frank Sizer
    Butley Henry Crawtor
    Calvert Mrs
    Calvert William Sidney
    Chamberlain Mrs
    Cook Alfred John, Tufnells
    Cooper George
    Densham Mrs
    Eley Charles, Highland Lodge
    Everett Isaac, Riber Hall
    Garnham Abel
    Halford Charles Augustus D
    Harrison Mrs
    Hart Walter
    Lemon William
    Manning Frederick
    Mechleburgh Jacob
    Miller John
    Miller Miss
    Oakes Mrs
    Parker Miss
    Parker Thomas
    Peel Mrs, Highlands
    Rose Rev Ravenor Edward [Congregational]
    Waller The Misses
    Webb William Newman
    Wilson Capt. Fitzroy J.P. Ackworth house
    Woods Robert
    Woolley Rev Joseph D.D. [rector]
    Woolley Rev Jonathan William B.A. [curate]

    Commercial

    Abbott William, boot & shoe maker
    Aldous John, carpenter & joiner
    Aldous John, Hare & Hounds, & carpenter
    Aldous Joseph, plumber etc
    Arnold Miss, day school
    Barker John, beer retailer
    Basket Robert, gardener
    Benneworth Walter, corn merchant & miller, Flatford mills
    Bloom John, saddler
    Boore Thomas, bricklayer
    Blyth Rebecca (Miss), fancy repository
    Calvert William Sidney, solicitor etc.
    Chisnall Charles, farmer
    Church John, carpenter & builder
    Conway Smith, gardener
    Cracknell William, carter
    Dorman Charles, shopkeeper
    Double James, Farm bailiff to David Wrist esq
    Dunage Samuel, shoe maker
    Finch Charles, farmer
    Folkard Henry, carpenter & beer retailer
    Folkard Thos, beer retailer, & shoe maker
    Goodwin Edwin, butcher
    Hart Charles, farmer
    Hearsum Alfred, White Horse
    Hearsum Samuel, farmer
    Heckford Chas, shoe maker
    Heckford Theophilus, cattle dealer
    Heckford Thomas, shoe maker
    Hicks Hannah (Mrs), grocer & draper
    Hynard William, gardener
    King George, saddler & harness maker
    Knights Henry, coal merchant
    Lamb Joseph, farmer
    Manning Frederick, surgeon
    Mansfield Caroline (Mrs), shopkeeper
    Martin Charles, farmer & landowner
    Martin William, farmer
    Mecklenburgh Mary (Mrs), shopkeeper
    Mecklenburgh Samuel, Kings Head
    Neale James, Red Lion, & licensed to let horses
    Neville Geo, blacksmith & wheelwright
    Nishett Thomas, inland revenue officer
    Peck John, cooper and basket maker
    Potto George, grocer & draper
    Pyett Sarah (Mrs), farmer
    Rampling Gifford, butcher
    Reynolds Charles, farmer
    Rogers John, threshing machine owner
    Rose William, poultry dealer
    Rudlin George, bricklayer
    Sage Stephen & Son, plumbers & glaziers
    St Mary's Abbey Convent
    Scogings Samuel William, newspaper reporter, assistant overseer, collector & parish surveyor
    Spencer Henry Abner, grocer etc
    Thompson Thos, agricultural impl owner
    Viall John, hair dresser
    Welham Robert, farmer
    White Samuel Beaumont & Harry, taioors
    Woollard Isaac, marine store dealer

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