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    Pakefield 1865 Post Office Directory

    PAKEFIELD is a parish and village, in Mutford and Lothingland incorporation and hundred, Lowestoft county court district, Lothingland rural deanery, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, a mile and a half south-west from Lowestoft, 12 miles from Yarmouth, 9 from Beceles, and 22 from Saxmundham. The church of All Saints is an old building, with thatched roof, square tower, embattled, which contains 4 bells: nave and aisle, and a porch on the south side. The register dates from 1680. The living is a rectory; the tithes are commuted at £180 per annum, with 14 acres of glebe laud, in the gift of the Church Patronage Society, said held by the Rev. John Sandys, M.A., of Queen's College, Cambridge; the Rev. John Edwin Sandys, B.A., is curate. Henry Reeve, Esq., is lord of the manor, and James Peto, Esq., of Lowestoft, is chief landowner. This being a very dangerous coast, the Suffolk Humane Society have a lifeboat here. There is also a lighthouse on the coast. The sea has made considerable encroachments on this coast. The Society of Friends have a meeting-house at this place. There is a National school for boys and girls, supported by the rector and a small weekly payment by the scholars. Here are two charities, and some allotments of land to the poor, which let for £20 per annum, and which is distributed in coals annually. The population in 1861 was 768, and the area is 771 acres.
    Parish Clerk, John Sampson.
    POST OFFICE. — James Mickleburgh, receiver. Letters arrive from Lowestoft at 8 a.m.; dispatched at 4.30 p.m Lowestoft is the nearest money order office
    Pakefleld Light House, William Rees, keeper
    National School, Thomas Niker, master; Mrs. Sarah Mullender, mistress

    Sandys Rev. John, M.A. [rector]
    Sandys Rev. John Edwin, B.A. [curate]
    Chandler George, baker
    Foreman Emanuel,miller & beer retailer
    Foster Isaac, farmer
    Frost Sarah (Mrs.), beer retailer
    Goldspink William, farmer
    Lewis Robert, Ship
    Lincoln RachaeI (Mrs.), beer retailer
    Massey Samuel T. grocer
    Mickleburgh James, boot & shoe maker
    Mobbs Robert, farmer
    Palmer George William Dan by, farmer, The Hall
    Sampson Charles, farmer
    Turrell Robert, carpenter
    Warlord George, beer retailer
    Wright Elizabeth (Miss), butcher

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