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    History of Suffolk - East Bergholt 1865

    Post Office Directory of 1865.

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    EAST BERGHOLT is a parish and small town, in Samford hundred, union, and rural deanery, and county court district of Hadleigh, Suffolk archdeaconry, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, pleasantly situated near the north bank of the navigable river Stour, 2 miles north-west from Manningtree station, 61 from London, 6 southeast from Hadleigh, and 9 south-west from Ipswich: it formerly had a market, and a considerable manufacture of flannel, baize, &c, but they went to decay more than a century ago. It has a fair for toys, etc., on the last Wednesday in July. The church of St. Mary is a neat structure, in the Decorated Gothic style: its tower was never finished, the sums given in the year 1522 having been inadequate for its completion: the 5 bells bang in a sort of cage in the churchyard. The living is a rectory, annual value 820, in the gift of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and held by the Rev. Joseph Woolley, M.A. Here are chapels for Independents, Wesleyans, and Methodists. St. Mary's Abbey, situated in a large and finely wooded park, is a convent of Benedictine Nuns, originally established at Brussels in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, driven by the troubles of the French revolution to England in the year 1794: they settled at Winchester till the year 1857, when they purchased this property. These religious ladies, besides the observance of the duties prescribed by the Benedictine rule, conduct a first class establishment for young ladies, and support a school for poor children. A chapel for the friends and visitors of the establishment and neighbourhood is opened to the public on Sundays. There are many charitable bequests left for the benefit of the poor. William Sidney Calvert, Esq., is lord of the four manors called Old Hall, Illaries, Spencer's, and Commandree, otherwise St. John's, in which the custom of Borough English prevails. These manors were formerly held by the Hankeys. St. John was given by Henry II. to the Templars, and afterwards to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, but was granted to the Earl of Oxford in the 36th of Henry VIII. In 1562 here were three water-mills, but only one of them now remains. In 1861 the population was 1,307; area, 3,063 acres. Pariah Clerk, Stephen Sage.
    POST OFFICE. William Heckford, receiver. Letters arrive by mail cart from Colchester at 6 a.m.; dispatched
    at 7 p.m. Day mail letters are delivered at 1 p.m. from Manningtree. The nearest post office savings bank & money order office is at Dedham
    Law Union, William Sidney Calvert
    Liverpool & London Globe, Henry Folkard
    Royal Exchange, Edward Cook, Halton hall, Stratford St. Mary
    Suffolk Alliance, Henry Crawter, Batley
    Sun Fire, Edward M. Syer, Stratford St. Mary
    Police Station, John Gobbett, sub-inspector
    National (girls), Miss Bradbrooke, mistress
    Mrs. Letitia Dyke's Endowed National (built 1831), Peter Wright, master
    Joseph Folkard, to Colchester, Wednesday & Saturday; to Ipswich, tuesday & friday, from his own house
    John Dale, to Ipswich, tuesday & friday; to Colchester, Wednesday & Saturday, from his own house
    Alfred Mann, to Manningtree railway station, daily


    Bowen Capt. John Watts
    Bowen Miss
    Brenan Mrs. St. Mary's abbey
    Calvert Mrs
    Calvert William Sidney, esq
    Chapman Mr. George
    Friatt Mr. Benjamin
    Frost Rev. Richard, M.A. [curate]
    Green Mr. John
    Green Mr. William
    Gorman Edinonri Anthony, esq
    Halford Douglass, esq
    Hughes Misses
    Leath Mr. Thomas
    Lemon Mr. William
    Lott Mr. William
    Manning Frederick, esq
    Miller Miss
    Parker Mr. Thomas
    Peel Frederic, esq. Highlands
    Roberts Rev. Robert I Independent]
    Rogers Rev. Patrick [RomanCatholic]
    Sallows Mrs
    Seaton Major-Gerieral SirThomas,E.c.B
    Spurting Mr. Jeremiah
    Tattersall John, esq
    Tuffnel Mrs
    Waring The Bight Rev. William, D.D. St. Mary's abbey
    Webb Newman, esq
    Woolley Rev. Joseph, M.A. [rector]


    Aldous John, Hare & Hounds & carpenter
    Aldous John, carpenter & joiner
    Aldous Joseph, plumber &c
    Aldridge Elizabeth ( Mrs.), Lodging house
    Baldwin George, shoe maker, & licensed to let horses
    Batley Henry Crawter, linen draper &c, agent to the Suffolk Alliance Fire & Life Office
    Bickmore George, registrar &c
    Bloom John, saddler
    Bolden Thomas, inland revenue officer
    Bones Gabriel, bricklayer
    Boore Thomas, bricklayer
    Burrell . miller, Flatford mill
    Calvert William Sidney, solicitor, commissioner in all the law courts, steward to the manor of Holton Hall, & agent to the Law Union Fire & Life Insurance
    Chaplin Clark, beer retailer
    Chisnell Charles, brick maker & farmer
    Chissle Charles, baker
    Church John, carpenter & builder
    Conway Smith, gardener
    Deaves Charles, White Horse, & horse breaker & castrator
    Dunage Samuel, shoe maker
    Fulkard Henry, carpenter & beer retailer
    Garnham Abel, wheelwright
    Green William, jun. maltster & farmer, Bucks Elm farm
    Green Pharaoh, wheelwright
    Harvey Charles, carpenter
    Harvey Mary Ann (Miss), straw bonnet maker
    Heckford Mary (Mrs.), brazier
    Heckford Jeremiah, shoe maker
    Heckford Theophilus, cattle dealer
    Heckford Thomas, shoe maker
    Heckford William, shoe maker
    Hersum James, butcher & shopkeeper
    Hersuni Samuel, farmer
    Hicks Joseph Ransom, family grocer, draper, italian warehouse & manufacturer of british wines
    Hynard William, gardener
    King William, farmer
    Lamb Joseph, farmer
    Lott John, fanner
    Lott Thomas, farmer
    Mann Alfred, carrier
    Manning Frederick, surgeon
    Mansfield Caroline (Mrs.), shopkeeper
    Martin Charles, farmer & landowner
    May Alfred, farmer
    Mecklenburgh Jacob, miller & farmer
    Mecklenburgh Matthew, shopkeeper
    Neville George, blacksmith
    Nicholds George, beer retailer
    Ostinelli Francis, tailor
    Parker James, farmer
    Parker James, jun. shopkeeper
    Peck John, cooper & basket maker
    Pyett Charles, farmer
    Pyett John, King's Head
    Ralph Lucy (Mrs.), Red Lion
    Rampling Gifford, butcher
    Reed Robert, dealer
    Reynolds Abraham, road surveyor
    Reynolds James, farmer
    Rolph Henry, baker
    Ru din George, bricklayer
    Sage Stephen, plumber & glazier
    Sallows Henry, farmer
    Taylor James, farmer
    Viall John, hair dresser
    Welham Robert, farmer
    Wells Maria (Mrs.), grocer etc
    White Elizabeth (Mrs.), stationer
    White James tailor
    Wood Samuel, farmer
    Worth Harry, saddler

    And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Feb-2018 10:14:42 GMT