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History of Suffolk - Lawshall 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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LAWSHALL is a parish, in Babergh hundered, Bury St. Edmund's county court district, Sudbury union and archdeaconry, and diocese of Ely, West Suffolk, 6 ½ miles south-by-east from Bury St. Edmund's, and 9 ½ north from Sudbury. The church (All Saints) has been thoroughly repaired and re-seated, at an expense of about £6,000; it has handsome window over the communion table, and two painted windows in aisles. The living is a rectory, the tithes commuted in 1839 for a yearly rent charge of £709, with 38 acres of glebe and residence, in the gift of the trustees of the late Sir William Middleton, and held by the Rev. Barrington Stopford Thomas Mills, M.A.; the Rev. William Tyrwhitt Drake, M.A., is the curate. There are several small charities. Here is a horsehair manufactory for sofa and chair covers, which gives employment to a considerable number of hands. A Sunday school was built about 1820 by Mrs. Barrington Purvis, at a cost of about £600; it is now conducted on the National system. The population in 1861 was 903, and the area is 2,909 acres.
Parish Clerk, James Last.
POST OFFICES.—Charles Smith & Jesse Pate, receivers. Letters arrive through Bury St. Edmund's at 8.30 & 9.15 a.m.; dispatched at 4.45 & 5.20 p.m. The nearest money order offices are at Melford & Bury St. Edmund's
CARRIERS TO BURY ST. EDMUND'S.—William Allen, Wednesday & Saturday; George Farrow, monday, Wednesday & Saturday; Samuel Morley, Wednesday & Saturday

Chapman Mr. Joseph
Drake Rev.Wm.Tyrwhitt, M.A. [curate]
Frost Mr. Thomas
Large Mrs
Mills Rev. Barrington Stopford Thomas, M.A. [rector]
Rogers Rev. — [Roman Catholic]

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Abbott Martin Thos. farmer, Audley end
Adams James, beer retailer
Allen John, farmer
Allen William, carrier
Boreham Robert, shopkeeper
Butcher William, sawyer
Debenham Cornelius, tailor
Debenham George, blacksmith
Denny William, farmer
Drake Robert, shopkeeper
Dntton James, farmer
Farrow George, carrier
Ford George, Harrow
Fulcher John, wheelwright
Green John, shoe maker
Harms, List & Co. horse hair manufacturers
Last Francis, carpenter
Last George, farmer
Last James, hurdle maker
Last John, hurdle maker
Moore James, farmer
Morley Samuel, carrier
Mortlock Skipper, blacksmith & beer retailer
Osborne Richard, shoe maker
Pate Jesse & Robert, bricklayers
Phillipson Thomas (Mrs.), farmer
Plnmmer Philip, farmer
Ransom James, cooper
Ransom Luke, carpenter
Rowland Charles Samuel, fanner
Sargeant Thomas, farmer, New house
Smith Charles, shopkeeper
Snell William, farmer & landowner
Vlckers Frederick, farmer
Wiffin John, farmer, Buxfields
Windred William, Swan
Wright George, farmer & miller
Wright Susannah (Mrs.), farmer & landowner





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