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    History of Suffolk - Nayland 1865

    Post Office Directory of 1865.

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    NAYLAND (or NEYLAND) is a parish and small town, in Babergh hundred, Sudbury union rural deanery and archdeaconry, diocese of Ely, West Suffolk, on the borders of Essex, on the navigable Stour, 5 miles cast from Bures station, 56 from London by rail and road, and 12 from Manningtree. The church of St. Stephen is an ancient structure, having nave, chancel, north and south aisles, tower and 6 musical bells. The register commences in the year 1558. The living is a perpetual curacy, annual value Ł139, with residence, in the gift of Sir Robert
    Charles Rowley, Bart., and held by the Rev. James Taylor Brown, M.A., of Christ's College, Cambridge. There is an Independent chapel, erected in 1864, and National and British schools for boys and girls. There are charities of considerable annual value. Here are makings and a brewery; also a large corn mill belonging to Mr. J. Stannard, and a silk winding mill. On the river is a trade in corn, coals, and timber. Here is a small literary institution, with
    library attached, which has been established about 10 years, and is supported by members paying 10s. annually. Sir Charles R. Rowley, Bart., is lord of the manor. The population in 1861 was 1,061, and the acreage is 941.
    Parish Clerk, John Triggs Winny.
    POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE & POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.—William Littlebury, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Colchester at 7 a.m.; dispatched at 8 p.m.
    INSURANCE AGENTS :—
    City, Albert Greenland
    City of Glasgow Life, Vim. Sawer
    Liverpool & London A; Globe, J.T. Winny
    Reliance Mutual Life, John Munnings
    PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS:—
    Gas Company, James Frederick Blyth, manager
    Excise Office, White Hart inn, Wm. Henry Priest, officer
    Literary Institute, William Sawer, hon. secretary & librarian
    SCHOOLS:—
    British, Albert Greenland, master; Miss Winny, mistress
    National (boys & girls), Miss Charlotte Gerrad, mistress
    CONVEYANCE.—See Railway, Colchester, Essex
    CARRIERS TO:—
    COLCHESTER—Tomkins, from his house, mon. wed. & sat; Dansie, from 'Vine,' mon. wed. & fri; Lister, passes through from Stoke
    IPSWICH—Tomkins, tues
    SUDBURY—Tomkins, thurs
    Alston Samuel, esq
    Blyth Mrs
    Brown Rev. Jas. Taylor, M.A. [incumbent]
    Collins Reuben, esq
    Crisp Misses
    Darnell William, esq
    Fenn Thomas Harold, esq
    Holton Mr. Edward
    Lewis Daniel, esq
    Mortimer Mrs
    Potter Mrs
    Salmon Mrs
    Sinnott William, esq. Gravel hill
    Stannard Jeremiah, esq
    Williams Rev.John James [Independent]
    Witherby Mrs

    COMMERCIAL.

    Alston Samuel, solicitor
    Andrews Walter, Queen's Head
    Bacon James, farmer & butcher
    Bacon Robert, sausage maker
    Barber William, baker
    Barker William Stillemon, plumber, painter &c
    Blyth James Frederick, grocer & draper
    Branch William, tailor
    Brown John, farmer
    Brown Stephen, silk throwster
    Brown Win. maltster & corn & coal merchant
    Burrows Isaac, shopkeeper
    Calvert William Sidney, solicitor & at East Bergholt
    Clarke Josiah, grocer & draper
    Collins Reuben, solicitor
    Cuddon James, brewer
    Cuddon Samuel Thomas, maltster
    Daniell William, surgeon
    Eagle Charles, bricklayer
    Everett John Taber,butcher
    Faiers George, corn dealer
    Faiers Henry, ironmonger
    Faiers Henry, sen. cooper
    Fenn Thomas Harold, surgeon
    Gas Company (James Frederick Blyth, manager)
    Godden Robert, pork butcher
    Goodrich Elizabeth (Mrs.) saddler
    Grimsey George B. harness maker
    Halls John, watch maker
    Hammond Samuel, beer retailer
    Hawes Samuel Chaplin, farmer & landowner
    Ive Joseph, beer retailer
    Literary institute (William Sawer, hon. secretary & librarian)
    Littlebury William, shoe maker, stationer & postmaster
    Lock James, baker
    Marsh Joseph, baker Mills Cobourg, Vine
    Mills John Wilby, veterinary surgeon
    Nichols James, Anchor, & plumber, painter &c
    Norfolk Thomas, cab proprietor
    Priest Win. Henry, excise officer
    Roberts George, baker & farmer
    Roberts George, beer retailer
    Ryan Peter, draper
    Sargent John, wheelwright
    Sargent Joseph, wheelwright & farmer
    Sawer William, pharmaceutical chemist
    Scott James, blacksmith
    Shuttleworth John, White Hart
    Siggers John, glover
    Southernwood Thomas, beer retailer
    Stannard Jeremiah, miller & corn & coal merchant
    Stow Abraham, hair dresser
    Stow Mary (Mrs.) seminary
    Strutt Thomas, farmer
    Thorp Henry, shoe maker
    Thorp Thomas, shoe maker
    Tomkins Edward, maltster & carrier
    Vollmer Barbara (Mrs.), dress maker
    Wagstuff William, tea dealer
    Wilson William, jun. tailor
    Wilson William,sen. beer retailer. & tailor
    Winny John Triggs, registrar of births & deaths, rate & tax collector, & parish clerk






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