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    Peasenhall 1865 Post Office Directory

    PEASENHALL is a parlsh and large village, in Blything hundred and union, Halesworth county court district, rural deanery of Dunwich, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and Norwich diocese, East Suffolk, on the river Minsmere, 7 miles northeast from Framlingham, and 7south-west from Halesworth, The church is named St. Michael. The living is a perpetual curacy, consolidated with the vicarage of Sibton, in the gift of J. W. Brooke, Esq., of Sibton Park, and held by the Rev. Sterling Moseley Westhorp, M.A.,who resides at Sibton. The Wesleyans and Independents have each a chapel. The extensive works of Messrs. Smyth and Sons, the original inventors of the Suffolk drill, are in this parish. The population in 1861 was 875, and the parish contains 1,999 acres.
    LITTLE POY STREET lies to the north.
    Parish Clerk, Robert Tillett.
    POST OFFICE.—Alfred Freeman, receiver. Letters are received through the Yoxford office; arrive at 7 a.m.; dispatched at 6 p.m. Yoxford is also the nearest money order office
    Eagle, Joseph John Lay, M.D
    Liverpool & London Globe Fire Life, Alfred Freeman
    Norxeich Equitable Fire & Life, Thomas White
    Norwich Hailstorm, Thomas White
    Norwich Union, Thomas Girling, Rendham, Saxmund ham; George William White, Brundish, near Framlingham
    CARRIER.—Coates, to Ipswich on mon. & fri.at 8.30 a.m.; to Halesworth, tues. & sat. at 9 p.m

    Lay Joseph John, M.D
    Norton Mr. Isaac
    Potter Mr. William
    Scadding Rev. Frederick [Wesleyan]
    Turner Mrs
    White Mrs
    Wright Mr. William

    Adams James, butcher
    Aldridge Robert George, farmer
    Barber Charles, shoe maker
    Bone Robert, shopkeeper
    Brown George, tailor, shopkeeper & hair dresser
    Brown John, farmer
    Burrows William, farmer
    Cole John Westley, miller
    Crisp James, shoe maker
    Crisp Mary (Mrs.), ladies' school
    Crisp William, tailor
    Davy David, wheelwright
    Flaxman James, farmer
    Ford Samuel, baker
    Foster John, shoe maker
    Freeman Alfred, grocer, draper & patent medicine vendor, & postmaster
    Fulcher John, schoolmaster
    Gihbs Charles, Angel, & bricklayer
    Gibbs Henry, bricklayer & beer retailer
    Gilbert James, gardener
    Gilbert William, shoe maker
    Girling & White, auctioneers ice
    Girling Thomas William, farmer
    Goldsmith James, farmer
    Goodacre Ellen Mary (Mrs.), seminary
    Haward Francis, Swan, & collar maker
    Haward Henry, blacksmith
    Hunt Thomas, cooper
    Hurren James, gardener
    Jillings James, poulterer
    Johnson William, farmer
    Lay Joseph John, M.D. surgeon
    Ludbrook Edmund, jun. carpenter
    Ludbrook Edmund, sen. carpenter
    Moore William, farmer
    Mutimer Epbraim, farmer
    Newson Richard, shopkeeper
    Pipe George, farmer
    Row Charlotte (Mrs.), tailor
    Salter Hannah (Mrs.),plumber & glazier
    Smyth James k Sons, inventors, patentees & manufacturers of the original Suffolk drill; & at Witham, Essex, & Dieppe, France
    White Thomas, auctioneer, fanner & maltster, & agent for the Norwich Equitable Fire & Life & k Norwich Hailstorm Insurance Companies
    White Thomas Girling, farmer
    Wright James, tailor

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