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    PRESTON is a village and parish, in Babergh hundred, Cosford union, Sudbury county court district, rural deanery and archdeaconry, and diocese of Ely, West Suffolk, 9 miles north-east from Sudbury station, and 2 east-by-north from Lavenham. The church of St. Mary is in ruins, the tower having fallen in 1863. The living is a rectory, annual value 520, with residence, in the gilt of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and held by the Bev. H. G. Williams, B.D. The parish is comprised in four manors, of which Sir B. C. Brodie, Bart., Mr. William Making, and Mr. John Wright are lords. The annual value of the charities is 8 10s. In the parish is a neat National school, erected in 1843. The population in 1861 was 348, and the area is 1,931 acres.
    Parish Clerk, Joseph Stribling.
    Letters arrive from Bildestone. Lavenham is the nearest money order office
    National School, Miss Rosetta Lovcgrove, mistress

    Williams Rev. Henry Griffin, B.D. [rector]
    Alderton Henry, beer retailer
    Ainos Joshua, carpenter
    Bear Robert, miller
    Edgar Edmund, farmer, Hill farm
    Edgar Johnson, farmer
    Gayford George, farmer
    King Joseph, boot & shoemaker
    King Thomas, farmer, Rushbrook farm
    Making Frederick, farmer
    Making William, farmer
    Sach Robert, farmer & miller
    Sewcll James, Six Bells
    Spraggons Rufft-1. farmer
    Stribling John, blacksmith
    Thurston Thomas, farmer
    Wright John, farmer

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