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    History of Suffolk - Kelsale 1865

    Post Office Directory of 1865.

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    KELSALE is a parish and large village, in Hoxne hundred, Blything union, Framlingham and Saxmundham county court district, rural deanery of Dunwich, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, about a mile and a half north from Saxmundham. It stands on the side of a hill facing the south; the houses are well built, and surrounded by gardens, and its situation is altogether highly picturesque. The church of St. Peter, principally built of flint, in the Saxon style, stands on a hill at the north side of the village, and from the summit of its tower there is a most pleasing and extensive view over the surrounding country: the tower has a fine set of 8 bells, and a neat clock, and in the church is a handsome organ, the gift of Samuel Clouting, Esq., in the years 1838 and 1830: there are escutcheons in the church of the Norfolk and Trusson families, and the font is very ancient. The register commences from 1669. The living is a rectory, with that of Carlton annexed, joint annual value £700, with residence, in the gift of Henry Edward Bence, Esq., and held by the Rev. Lancelot Robert Brown, M.A. There are several lands and tenements in the parish appropriated for the repairs of the church and the relief of the poor, and a Free grammar and writing school, also a Free school for about 70 girls, supported by the rector. The master and mistress of the schools have also the superintendence of the Sunday school. The population in 1861 was 1,084, and the area is 3,074 acres.
    KELSALE closely adjoins Carlton. Dorley's Corner is a part of Kelsale. North Green is a mile north-east.
    POST OFFICE.—Robert Aldous, sub-postmaster. Letters from Saxmundham delivered at 6.30 a.m.; & dispatched at 7 p.m.; Saxmundham is the nearest money order office
    Grammar School, Walter Watling, master

    Brown Rev. Lancelot Robt. M.A., J. Rectory
    Cooper Mrs
    Skoulding Francis, esq. Kelsale lodge
    Stock Rev. William, M.A. [curate]

    Aldous Robert, grocer & draper
    Andrews Potter, watch maker
    Backhouse William, farmer
    Bedwell Alfred, wheelwright
    Bedwell James, cooper
    Benstead Thomas, saddler
    Button George, farmer
    Button James. farmer
    Capon Stephen, farmer
    Chambers William, farmer
    Dennington William, glove maker
    Dennington William,jun. beer retailer
    Denny John, farmer, Pargate
    Denny Thomas, builder & farmer
    Drew Henry, cordwainer
    Fisk John, farmer
    Fisher Job, blacksmith
    Hambling Amelin (Mrs.), farmer
    Hardy George, blacksmith
    Hurren Anthony, cattle dealer
    Hurren Anthony, farmer, Clay hills
    Hurren Davy, farmer
    Hurren Thomas, tailor & draper
    Jasper William, farmer
    Johnson Paul, farmer
    Kerridge George, bricklayer
    Mantle John, farmer
    Marshlin John, farmer
    Noy John, farmer
    Page William, builder & surveyor
    Row Edgar, brick maker
    Skoulding Thomas, miller & corn dealer
    Studd & Kersey, brick makers
    Thompson Benjamin, Eight Bells
    Todd John, farmer
    Whiting William, farmer
    Woodyard Edward, farmer
    Woolner Alfred, farmer
    Wright William, farmer

    And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Feb-2018 10:13:11 GMT