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History of Suffolk - Lound 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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LOUND is a parish and village, in the incorporation and hundred of Mutford and Lothingland, Lowestoft county court district, rural deanery of Lothingland, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 6 miles south-by-west from Yarmouth, and 5 north-west from Lowestoft. The church of St. John the Baptist is an ancient fabric, with round tower containing 3 bells: it has a nave and chancel, and a porch on the south side: it underwent a thorough repair in 1856, a new roof being added: there is a fine east window of Early Perpendicular character: between the north and south doors of the nave stands an octangular font, bearing in its sculptured panels the emblems of The Evangelists. The register dates from 1695. The living is a rectory, tithes commuted at 407 per annum, with residence, and 22 acres of glebe, in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. Charles Dowson. R. H. Reeve, Esq., is lord of the manor. A very neat school-room has been built, with residence annexed. Allotments to the poor are let for 30 per annum, and the amount is laid out in coals and distributed to them. The population in 1861 was 416, and the area is 1,264 acres.
Letters through Lowestoft, which is also the nearest money order office
Denny Mr. Thomas
Dowson Rev. Charles [rector], Rectory
Morse Joseph Iiamey, esq. The Hall

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Bear Samuel, farmer
Brereton Jos. Village Maid, & butcher
Gurney Robert, blacksmith
Hewitt Eliza (Mrs.), farmer
Hindes William, farmer
Howes Charles, boot maker
Hubbard Edwin, farmer
Leggett John, market gardener
Lushey George, shopkeeper
Newson Jonathan, farmer & wheelwright
Reynolds Charles, saddler
Rudrum John, furrier
Saunders Samuel, miller
Seeley James, shopkeeper
Smith John, tailor
Smith William, shoe maker
Wigg William, farmer



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