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    Parham 1865 Post Office Directory

    PARHAM is a small but pleasant village and parish, in the hundred and union of Plomesgate, county court district of Framlingham and Saxmundham, rural deanery of Loes, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Ely, East Suffolk, 2 miles south-east from Framlingham, and 8 from Wood bridge. The church is named St. Mary. The register commences from 1538. The living is a vicarage, consolidated with the adjoining parish of Hacheston, annual value 282, in the gift of Frederick Corrance, Esq., and held by the Rev. Charles Thomas Corrance, M. A., of Trinity College. Oxford. Then; is a Parochial school for the education of the parish children, supported principally by FrederickCorrance, Esq, D.L., of Parham Hall. The Hall, formerly the seat of the first Earl of Ufford, but now a farmhouse, contains many relics of antiquity. The Great Eastern Railway passes through this parish and has a station here. The population in 1861 was 470, and the area is 2, 212 acres.
    Parish clerk, Samuel Folkard
    Post Office – James Frost, receiver. Letters arrive from Wickham Market at 5.25 a.m; dispatched at 8.15pm.
    Framlingham is the nearest money ordwer office
    Parochial School, Miss Sarah Gray, mistress
    Great Eastern Railway Station, William Boldry, station master
    Clarke Henry, esq
    Corrance Rev. Charles Thomas, M.A. Vicarage
    Corrence Fredk esq, D.L. Parham Hall

    Commercial
    Allen Joshua, farmer
    Burrows Charles, farmer
    Capon Samuel, shoe maker
    Chandler Edgar, farmer
    Chandler John, farmer, Park Farm
    Cuthbert Charles, shopkeeper
    Frost James, carpenter & post office
    Girling William, shoe maker
    Gray Edward, farmer, The Hall farm
    Gray George, farmer
    Gray Robert, Willoughby Arms, & blacksmith
    Gray James, wheelwright
    Leggett William, bricklayer
    Precious John, farmer
    Revett Charles, farmer
    Stannard Samuel, farmer
    Titshall Richard, miller
    Turner Clement, farmer
    Turner William (Mrs), farmer

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