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History of Suffolk - Laxfield 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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LAXFIELD is a large parish, in Hoxne hundred, union and rural deanery, county court district of Framlingham, Suffolk archdeaconry, Norwich diocese, East Suffolk, 9 miles north-west from Harleston Railway station, 26 from Ipswich, 6 north from Framlingham (its post town), and 4 from Stradbroke, situated near the river Blythe. The church of All Saints is a fine handsome building, with large square tower, surmounted by pinnacles, with a clock, and 6 bells: the interior has lofty nave, with wide span, and the roof is finely ribbed: the windows are of stained glass, and it has also a very large antique font. The parish register dates from 1579. The living is a discharged vicarage, valued at £220 per annum, with parsonage house, and 13 acres of glebe, in the gift of the Rev. E. Hollond, and held by the Rev. John Dallas, M.A. Here is a National school for boys and girls: the school was rebuilt in 1859, and has an endowment of £20. There are charities amounting to about £300 per annum, for the repairs of the church, use of the poor, and keeping up the National and Endowed schools, and for apprenticing boys and finding them clothing during their apprenticeship. There is a Baptist chapel. There are two fairs for cattle and sheep, on the 12th May and 25th October. John Crabtree, Esq., of Halesworth, is lord of the manor, and Sir E. C. Kerrison, Bart., M.P., is the principal owner of the land. The soil is a rich clay, with clayey subsoil, and very fertile. The chief crops are wheat, barley, beans, turnips, and pasture. The population in 1861 was 1,031; area, 3,630 acres. The gross value is £7,005 15s., and the rateable value £6,145 15s.
BANYARD'S GREEN is half a mile north-east.
Parish Clerk, William Cook.
POST OFFICE.—Adolphus Brightley, receiver. Letters arrive from Framlingham at 9.15 a.m.; dispatched at 5 p.m. Framlingham is also the nearest money order office
INSURANCE AGENTS:—
Royal Farmers', H. B. Scace
Sun Fire, Charles Ives
Police Station, Charles Hart, constable
SCHOOLS :—
National, J as. Lomax, master; Mrs. Sarah Lomax, mistress
Endowed, Joseph Thomas Sibley, master
CARRIERS TO:—
FRAMLINGHAM—Thomas Elnaugh, Wednesday & saturdav
HALES WORTH—Thomas Elnaugh, Tuesdays & fridays


Dallas Rev. John, M.A. [vicar]
Grnmsbaw Henry, esq. M.RC.S. , L.S.A. Laxfield villa
Moor Mrs
Sears Rev. Robert Edward [Baptist]
Tottman Mr. James
Whalley Mrs

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Aldridge William, farmer
Balls Maria (Mrs.), White Horse
Bennett John, farmer
Bieken Harriett (Mrs.), day school
Blomfleld William, farmer
Brightly Adolphus, stationer & druggist
Brown George, baker & toy dealer
Brown Kate (Mrs.), milliner& dress maker
Cann William, shoe maker
Chandler Henry, General Wolf, & machinist
Chandler Nunn, farmer
Churchyard Henry, farmer
Cook William, farmer & carpenter
Cossey Sarah (Mrs.), farmer
Cracknell John, tailor
Crouch John, farmer
Crouch William, farmer
Cullingford Ephraim, shopkeeper & miller
Elnaugh Thomas, carrier
Fairweather David, grocer & draper
Felgate Henry & Thomas, blacksmiths
Felgate Eliza (Mrs.), dress maker
Flatman Henry, carpenter & cooper
Flatman James, farmer
Flatman John, farmer & maltster
Garrard Jonathan, jun. farmer
Garrard Jonathan, sen. farmer
Gibbs George, tailor & draper
Gibson John, bricklayer
Godbold Charles, tailor
Goddard John, farmer
Goodream John, farmer
Gramshaw Henry, M.R.C.S., L.S.A. surgeon & medical superintendent of Laxfield villa maison de sante, & district medical officer of Hoxne & Blything unions, Laxfield villa
Grinling John, farmer
Grinling Susan (Mrs.), farmer
Haward William, plumber, painter etc
Hetcher Thomas, boot & shoe maker
Hugman Joseph, academy
Ives Charles, currier & leather seller
Kemp Joseph, tailor
Knights Henry, farmer
Lomax Frederick, saddler& harness maker
Lummiss James, miller
Marsh John Edward, farmer
Matten John, farmer
Mills Benjamin, farmer
Moss John, horse clipper
Pead Charles, farmer
Pead George, King's Head, & saddler
Plant John, butcher
Randall John, farmer
Hansby John Foreman, grocer & draper
Ransby Richard, boot & shoe maker
Read James & John, farmers
Read Kendall, farmer
Read Thomas, farmer
Redgrave George, gardener
Rumsby George, thatcher
Runacres Charlotte (Mrs.), dressmaker
Runacres George, hair dresser
Scace Alfred, farmer
Scace Henry Bullock, grocer, tea & british wine dealer, draper & funeral furnisher
Scace Robert, farmer
Scarll Samuel, carpenter
Scoggins Isaac, farmer
Seaman James, miller
Self William, farmer
Short John, baker
Smith Jephtha, farmer
Stammers Sarah (Mrs.), dressmaker
Thurkettle George, blacksmith
Thurston Charlotte (Miss), dress maker
Thurston John, veterinary surgeon
Vincent George, wheelwright
Wells Frederick, farmer
Wells John, jun. farmer
Wells John, sen. farmer
Whitmore Charles, stock dealer &c
Wilson Robert, saddler & harness maker
Woods Henry, Royal Oak




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