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History of Suffolk - Needham Market 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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NEEDHAM MARKET is a hamlet of the parish of Barking, a polling place for East Suffolk, and a railway station and well built town, lighted with gas, situated on the Great Eastern Railway, 76 ¾ miles from London, 8 ¾ from Ipswich, and 3 1/2 from Stowmarket, bounded on the east by the navigable river Gipping. This town is in Bosmere and Claydon union and hundred, rural deanery of Bosmere, county court district of Stowmarket. archdeaconry of Suffolk, Norwich diocese, East Suffolk. The church of St. John the Baptist is a fine old spacious structure, with wooden belfry. The living is a perpetual curacy, annual value £91, in the gift of the rector for the time being of the parish of Barking, in this county, and held by the Rev. George Alexander Paske, M.A., of Clare College, Cambridge. There is a Free Grammar school for the education of 21 youths connected with the church, and a new National school has just been erected by subscription. There is an Independent chapel, and connected therewith is a British school. The Society of Friends also have a small meeting house, and a girls' Free school attached. Petty sessions are held at the 'Swan' every alternate Wednesday. The almshouses are for 8 poor persons; the occupiers have a small weekly allowance and coals and candles. An almshouse for 4 inmates was erected in 1858, in fulfilment of the desire of the late Mrs. Lucy Maw. There are some small charities for the benefit of the poor, of the value of nearly £60 per annum. The Right Hon. the Earl of Ashburnham is lord of the manor. There is a fair on October 28th. There is a manufactory for the celebrated crown glue in this town. In 1850 a public library and reading room was established here. The population in 1861 was 1,377, and the area is nearly 1,000 acres.
Parish Clerk, Edward Scopes.
POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE & POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.— Richard Cooper Brooke, postmaster. Letters arrive from London & all parts at 7 a.m. & 1.10 p.m.; & are dispatched for London at 12.30 a.m. Si 10 p.m. Letters can be posted with an additional stamp until 10.30 p.m
INSURANCE AGENTS :—
Atlas, Freeman Wright
Liverpool & London & Globe Fire & Life, Thomas Taylor;
William Simpson, High street
Reliance Mutual Life, Thomas Taylor
Royal Exchange, Jonathan Abbott
Royal Farmers' & General Fire, Life & Hail, Frederick Hayward
Suffolk Alliance Life & Fire, Samuel A. Maw; Frederick Hayward
Union Life & Fire, Allen Harrington
Library & Reading Rooms, J. Maw, hon. sec
Distributor of Stamps, Allen Harrington
SCHOOLS :—
Free Grammar,
Free (girls'),
National, Miss Elizabeth Harriott Hackwell, mistress
Railway Station, Frederick Durrant, station master
CARRIER TO IPSWICH.—William Sage, tues. thurs. & sat

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.

Abbott Jonathan, esq
Beck Henry, esq
Beck Thos. Batman, esq. The Valley house
Bedingfield Miss
Brown Rev. James, B.A
Burningham Miss
Cooper Charles, esq
Cooper Henry, esq. Longvllle house
Curry Rev. Henry Thomas, M.A. [incumbent of Great Bricett]
Flatt Mrs
Gooch Mr. Walter
Hayward Frederick, esq
Jeckell Mr. Robert
Jenkins Rev. Henry Thomas [Independent]
Lawson Mrs
Maw Samuel Alexander, esq
Paske Rev. George Alexander, M.A. [incumbent]
Perry Stephen, esq
Quinton Mr. Daniel
Rose Miss
Ward Mrs. George
Ward Mrs. Sophia
Wilkinson Berdoe, esq



COMMERCIAL.

Abbott Jonathan, farmer
Ablitt William, carpenter
Alexanders' & Maw, bankers; draw on Barnett, Hoares' & Co. London
Bagley James Tauster, grocer, draper & general warehouseman
Baskett James, grocer & letter carrier
Baskett Robert, shoe maker
Beck Henry, surgeon
Bennett William, beer retailer, grocer & tailor
Bloomfield William, plumber
Bowell Robert, baker
Brooke Mary (Mrs.), berlin wool & fancy repository
Brooke Richard, sen. boot maker
Brooke Richard Cooper, boot maker & postmaster
Brown Edward, smith in general
Button Robt. beer retailer & gardener
Chapman Wm. builder & cabinet maker
Clabon William, wheelwright
Cooper Charles, surgeon
Cooper Mary (Mrs), plumber & glazier & glass & china dealer
Bay James, blacksmith
Dearing Mary (Mrs.), harness maker
Death John, chimney sweeper
Fairweather Lionel, beer retailer & cattle dealer
Fairweather Samuel, Queen's Head
Garrard John T. ham & bacon curer
Garrard William, shopkeeper
Garrod John Frederick, watch & clock maker
Godfrey Henry, cabinet maker & builder
Haggar Joseph, rake & hurdle maker
Haggar Samuel, Swan inn & posting house, & inland revenue office
Harrington Allen, chemist & distributor of stamps
Hayward Frederick, solicitor, clerk to magistrates & superintendent registrar, & at King's Head hotel, Stowmarket (thursday)
Hayward John, butcher
Hazell James, grocer
Holden Thomas, plumber & glazier
Library Sf Reading Rooms (J. Maw, hon, sec)
Lockwood Luke, pork butcher
Lockwood William, baker
Lucas Thomas, thatcher & baker
Luff John, bricklayer
Martin Enoch, George
Mount William, wire worker
Mulley Edward, boot maker
Mulley Edward, sen. shoe maker & broker
Nunn James, tailor
Overton Ann (Mrs.), fruiterer
Paddle John, grocer & draper
Page Jane (Mrs), confectioner
Page Thomas, tailor
Potter Thomas, basket maker
Potter Thomas, blacksmith
Rainbird John, fruiterer
Ranson William George, coal merchant, Railway station, & at Stowmarket
Read William, shoe maker
Sage Susan (Mrs.), King's Head
Sage Wm. Rampant Horse, & carrier
Salter Robert, dealer in tea & tobacco
Scopes Edward, bricklayer
Scopes George, baker
Scopes Richard, bricklayer
Simpson William, cooper, timber dealer & bonder
Snell Samuel, farmer
Southgate Abraham & Son, corn & seed merchants
Southgate Samuel, miller
Steward George, maltster & coal & corn merchant
Stevens Henry, fishmonger & fruiterer
Studd George, hair dresser
Studd John, tailor
Taylor Ann (Miss), ladies' school
Taylor Thomas, bookseller & stationer, corn dealer & assistant overseer
Theobald William, market gardener
Theobald William, jun. shopkeeper
Tillott Joseph, tailor
Tydeman George, watch maker
Vincent Jonathan, veterinarv surgeon
Ward Sophia (Mrs.), brick &l ime works
Welham George, Three Tuns
Welham Lucy (Mrs.), grocer & draper
Welham Robert, butcher
Wilson Harriett (Mrs.), baker
Woodward John, grocer & draper
Woollard Barnard, corn chandler
Woollard William, butcher
Wright Freeman, crown glue manufacturer
Wright Freeman, general ironmonger





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