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History of Suffolk - Milden 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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MILDEN is a small village and parish, in the hundred Babergb, union of Cosford, county court district of Hadleigh, rural deanery and archdeaconry of Sudbury, and diocese of Ely, West Suffolk, 4 miles east from Lavenham, 7 from Sudbury, and also the same distance north-west from Hadleigh station. The church of St. Peter is of Norman structure; it has a square tower, and has been repaired, and an organ erected: in the chancel is an ancient monument to the memory of James Allington, who died in 1626. The register dates from 1558. The living is a rectory, value 340 in the gift of John Gurdon esq,. and held by the Rev. Nathaniel William Hallward, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford. The annual value of the charities is about 10. The late Rev. W. Burkitt left a valuable library to the incumbents of this place. The population in 1861 was 159, and the extent of the parish is 1,339 acres.
Parish Clerk, William Tiffen.
Letters received from Monks Eleigh. Bildestone is the nearest money order office
Hallward Rev.Nathaniel William, M.A., J.P. [rector]
Bigg William, Plough, & flour dealer
Biggs Elward, farmer
Everett John, farmer
Gage James, farmer
Harwood Thos. farmer, Belstead hall
Hawkins Robert, farmer
Worters Thomas, farmer



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