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History of Suffolk - Pakenham 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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PAKENHAM is a parish, in Thingoe union, Thedwestry hundred, county court district of Bury St. Edmund's, rural deanery and archdeaconry of Sudbury, and diocese of Ely, West Suffolk; a mile and a half north from Thurston station, 92 from London, and 2 south from Ixworth. The church is named St. Mary's. The living is a vicarage, valued in 1835 at £281, with residence, in the patronage of, and held by, the Rev. Charles Wm. Jones, M.A., of Caius College, Cambridge. The tithes were commuted in 1841 for a yearly modus of £908 2s., about two-thirds of which belong to the Rev. Walter John Spring Casborne, M.A., J.P., who is lay impropriator of the rectory and owner of the delightfully situated residence and mansion, New House, in this parish.
A National school was built in 1842, with a house for the master, now educating about 120 children. The population in 1861 was 1,180, and the area is 3,096 acres.
Parish Clerk, George Mothersole.
POST OFFICE.—Mrs. Mary Cooper, receiver. Letters received through Bury St. Edmund's at 7 a.m.; dispatched at 7 p.m. The nearest money order office, is at Bury St. Edmund's
National School, John Drydon, master; Mrs. Catherine Dryden, mistress
CARRIERS TO BURY. — William Leader, Wednesday; Arthur Mothersole, Wednesday & Saturday


Casborne Rev. Walter John Spring, M.A., J.P. New house
Jannings Miss
Jones Rev. Charles Wm. M.A. [vicar]
Mills George, esq
Stedman Robert, esq
Thornhill Thomas, esq. J.P. Park lodge
Wing William, esq
Witt Mr. Matthew

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Bailey John, tailor
Bloomfleld William, shopkeeper
Branch Charlotte (Mrs.), Woolpack
Bridges James, Bell
Bridges William, cattle dealer
Calver James, blacksmith
Clamp Ephraim, grocer
Clarke Robert, steward to Miss Jacob
Cockrill Charles, farmer
Cooper Edmund, carpenter
Cooper Mary (Mrs.), baker
Cutting Henry, farmer
Elsden John, beer retailer
Farrow Frederick, cattle dealer
Foreman Stephen , shoe maker
Frost Samuel, whiting manufacturer
Gladwcll George, shopkeeper
Goodwin Thomas, collector of rates
Hensby Henry, farmer
Jacob Julia Fanny (Miss), farmer
Jannings James, farmer
King John, farmer
Manistre James, farmer
Mathew George Waites, farmer
Mathew Robert, farmer
Matthews Charles, miller
Melton George, carpenter
Millican Henry, bricklayer
Millican William, bricklayer
Mothersole Arthur, carrier
Mothersole Simon, farmer
Outlaw Henry, butcher
Plumb Jeremiah, miller
Rodwell James, shoe maker
Ruff James, shopkeeper
Turner William, farmer


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