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History of Suffolk - Middleton with Fordley 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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MIDDLETON-cum-FORDLEY Is a village and parish, in Blything hundred and union, Halesworth county court district, rural deanery of Dunwich, archdeaconry of Suffolk, diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 4 miles northeast from Saxmundham. The church of the Holy Trinity is an old building, with a thatched roof: the tower, which contains 5 bells, is surmounted by a spire: the church has recently been externally faced with flint stone, and otherwise restored. The registers date from the year 1653. Fordley church formerly stood in the same churchyard, but no vestiges at present remain. The living of Middleton-cum-Fordley is a discharged rectory, joint annual value £161 10s. with residence, in the gift of the Rev. Edmund Hollond, and held by the Rev. Joseph White, B.A. The charities are about £3 9s. per annum. Here are a Wesleyan chapel and a church school. The population in 1861 was 589, and the area is 1,420 acres.
FORDLEY an adjoining hamlet, was once a separate parish, but is now united with Middleton, and called Middleton-cum-Fordley.
Parish Clerk, John Newson.
POST OFFICE.óJoseph Broom, sub-postmaster. Letters from Saxmundham arrive at 7.30 a.m.; dispatched at 6 p.m. Yoxford is the nearest money order office
Barnes Mr. Jacob
Bedwell Mr. William
Chandler Mrs
White Rev. Joseph, B.A. [rector]

COMMERCIAL.
Barham John, gardener
Benns Philip, farmer
Bin William, farmer
Brady Maria (Mrs.), miller
Bridges John, nurseryman
Broom Joseph, grocer, & post office
Buckingham John, farmer
Chambers Thomas, farmer
Chandler James Pipe, farmer
Clark John, carpenter
Davy John, schoolmaster
Fisk Joseph, builder
Foulshnm Noah, farmer
Foulsham Robert, wheelwright
Free Simon Baker, farmer
Garnham John, farmer
Geater Thomas, farmer
Hunt John, farmer
Knights James, farmer
Masterson Thomas, farmer
Newson John,shoe maker & parish clerk
Noller William, farmer
Orford George William, grocer
Peck James, farmer
Rayner Jonathan, farmer
Hichbell Lucy (Mrs.), farmer
Rouse Richard, shoe maker
Savage Richard, gardener
Sewell William, farmer
Spall Samuel Martin, blacksmith
Wright Matthias, Bell


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