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History of Suffolk - Kettleborough 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.


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KETTLEBOROUGH is a parish and village, in Loes hundred, union of Plomesgatc, Framlingham and Saxmundham county court district, rural deanery of Wilford, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 2 ½ miles south-west from Framlingham, 4 from Wickham Market, 9 from Woodbridge, and 85 from London. The church of St. Andrew has a nave, chancel, south porch, and tower with 3 bells. The register dates from 1560. The living is a rectory, tithes commuted for £410 yearly, with residence, and 17 acres of glebe, in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. George Thomas Turner, M.A. The Duke of Hamilton is lord of the manor. The rent of the town estates, £21 12s. 6d., is given in coals among the poorer classes of the parish. The property assessment in 1852 was £1,835 18s. 10d. The population in 1861 was 359, and the area is 1,435 acres, most part arable and meadow.
Parish Clerk, Thomas Felgate.
Letters through Wickham Market. Framlingham is the nearest money order office
CARRIER TO IPSWICH.—James Boon, tuesday & Saturday, returning same day
Grant Mr. John
Turner Rev. George Thomas, M.A., J.F. [rector], Rectory

Aldridge Edgar, farmer
Alexander John, farmer, Hill farm
Barnes Charles, farmer, Hall farm
Boon James, carrier
Capon George, farmer, Brook farm
Chambers Wm. farmer, Rookery farm
Crane William, farm bailiff
Culluin Frederick William, miller
Felgate James, thatcher
Felgate Thomas, thatcher & parish clerk
Girling Abraham, shoe maker
Goddard John, farmer, Halfway House farm
Grant Jas. Brighton, brewer & maltster
Greenard George, farmer
Hill James John, blacksmith
Jackson Wm. collar & harness maker
Kemp John, shopkeeper
Kent Henry, tinman & brazier
Kent Mary (Miss), shopkeeper
Leader Samuel, shoe maker
Neil George, flax manufacturer
Smyth George, tailor
Stockings James, Chequers
Weavers Sarah (Mrs.), shopkeeper

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