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    Groton, Babergh Hundred

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    Groton 1865 Post Office Directory

    GROTON is a parish, in Cosford union, Babergh hundred, Hadleigh county court district, rural deanery and archdeaconry of Sudbury, and diocese of Ely, West Suffolk, 7 miles east from Sudbury station, 6 west from Hadleigh, and 74 from London. The church of St. Bartholomew, an ancient building, has nave, chancel, north and south aisles, and tower with 5 bells. Earliest date of register, 1560. The living is a rectory, tithe rent-charge 457, with 37 acres of glebe, in the gift of J. W. Willett, Esq., and held by the Rev. John Savile Hallifax, M.A., of Trinity College. Oxford, of Edwardstone; the Rev. Richard Henry Bicknell, M.A., is curate. There is an almhouse, with gardens attached, for four persons, purchased in 1762, and kept in repair by the parish. The population in 1861 was 554, and the area is 1,571 acres.
    Parish Clerk, John Tricker
    Letters through Colchester, Boxford is the nearest money order office.

    London & Liverpool & Globe Fire, Joseph William Winter
    Reliance o& East of England Life, Joseph William Winter

    Bicknell Rev Richard Hy, M.A. [curate]
    Dawson Thomas Pilkington, esq, J.P. Groton House
    Moye Mr John, sen

    Baldwin Alice (Miss), shopkeeper
    Bear John Hall, farmer
    Cook Arthur, wheelwright
    Cook Charles, beer retailer
    Dansie Jas. shoe maker k leather cutter
    Hearn John, whitesmith
    Holden George, Fox & Hounds
    Kilbourn Obadiah, blacksmith
    King John, farmer
    Major Benjamin, blacksmith
    Marsh Joseph, basket maker & baker
    Moye John, White Hart commercial inn & posting house
    Parker William, fishmonger & fruiterer
    Peggs John, corn dealer
    Rudlin Charles, shoe maker
    Simpson George, farmer
    Sterry Robert, bricklayer
    Stowe William, farmer
    Strutt Walter, farmer k landowner
    Swan Robert Francis, wheelwright
    Tricker Henry, bricklayer
    Tricker James, saddler
    Tricker John, bricklayer
    Tricker Zachariah. bricklayer
    Underwood Daniel, farmer & maltster, Castling's hall
    Vince Abraham & Richard Kemball, farmers
    Waters Joseph, poultry dealer
    Waters William, farmer
    Winter Joseph William, chemist & druggist k stationer

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