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    Great Barton, Suffolk Villages & Towns - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Great Barton in Kellys 1879 Directory.
    Great Barton is a parish 3 miles north east from Bury st Edmunds and the Linnel Navigation, and 79 from London, in the Western division of the County, Thredwestry Hundred.
    The church of Holy Innocents is a handsome flint and stone structure. The register dates from 1558.
    Barton Shrub and East Barton lie to the south east; Cattishall Green lies to the south, and Shinham Bridge to the east.
    Parish Clerk, Robert Sturgeon.
    Post Office, John Farrants.
    School house (boys), John Dorling, master; built 1840
    School house (girls), Miss Susan Kerry, mistres; built in 1857.

    Bunbury Sir Charles James Fox bart DL, JP, FRS, FRGS, Barton Hall
    King William Norman, Barton Place
    Paley William Victor, Barton cottage
    Phillips John South MA, JP, Barton Lodge
    Smith Rev Hy Percy MA, Vicarage

    Baldwin William, farmer
    Blaydon James, farm bailiff to J S Phillips esq
    Bridges Henry, farmer
    Cooper Jonathan Reed, farmer, Manor house
    Denton Edward Henry, farmer
    Easlea Walter, farmer, Mere farm
    Edwards Joseph, wheelwright
    Farrants John, baker
    King F W & Son, farmers, Vicarage farm
    King William Norman, farmer & landowner, Barton Place
    Limmes Mary Ann), farmer
    Manning John, farmer
    Marriott Martin, blacksmith
    Meggs John, butcher & beer retailer
    Munns Isaac, Bunbury Arms
    Pollintine Robert, shoe maker
    Scott Richard Maillard, miller
    Scott Thomas, farmer & land agent to Sir Charles James Fox Bunbury bart, Home farm
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