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    History of Suffolk - Rendham 1865

    Post Office Directory of 1865.

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    RENDHAM is a small and picturesque village and parish, in Plomesgate hundred and union, Framlingham and Saxmundham county court district, rural deanery of Orford, archdeaconry of Sudbury, and Norwich diocese, East Suffolk, 80 miles from London, 2 ½ , north-west from Saxmundham, and 5 from Framlingham. The village is situated in the fertile vale of the river Alde. The church of St. Michael, a small building, was restored in 1852: it has a fine carved oak roof: here was discovered an ancient piscina in perfect preservation, and staircase: the pulpit is composed of richly carved oak, and bears the date of 1632: the tower is a Hint building, containing 5 bells, and seemingly of Saxon origin. The registers date from 1550. The living is an impropriate vicarage, value £96 per annum, in the gift of trustees, and held by the Rev. Charles H. Marriott, M.A. The great tithes were sold to the landowners some years since. There is a school built by subscription in 1841, in the Gothic style of architecture; the present number of boys and girls instructed amounts to nearly 100. There is a large endowed Independent chapel near the village, with a spacious burying ground, and the house of the minister is adjacent. In 1704, Thomas Nellie, Esq., left a yearly rent-charge of £2 10s. on lands in Bramfield for the support of n Free school for poor children, and 10s. per annum to find them books. The principal proprietors are Lord Rendlesham, the Earl of Stradbroke, Mrs. Bloomfield, Thomas Bruce, Esq., Rev. Edward Peacock, and Rev. Mr. Collett; the lord of the manor is John Crabtree, Esq. The population in 1861 was 384, and the area is 1,721 acres.
    Pariah Clerk, George Cooper.
    POST OFFICE.—John Andrews, postmaster. Letters arrive from Saxmundham at 7 a.m. & the return bag for Sax
    mundham is closed at 6.30 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Saxmundham
    National School, Mrs. Sarah Row, mistress

    Garrett Capt. Robert, Hill house
    Hinde Rev. George [Independent]
    Marriott Rev. Charles H. M.A.Vicarage
    Pallant John, esq
    Andrews John, shopkeeper
    Barhnm Henry, bricklayer
    Bendall Edward, farmer
    Bicker Samuel, butcher
    Boast William, wheelwright
    Bruce Thomas, farmer
    Button William, shopkeeper
    Cooper George, jun. blacksmith
    Cooper George, sen. bricklayer
    Cross James, farmer
    Daniel Henry, shoemaker
    Fairs George, farmer
    Girling Thomas, farmer & valuer
    Gooch John, farmer
    Harsant John, tailor & shopkeeper
    Meadows John, farmer
    Moore Fenn, farmer
    Pallant James, tailor
    Pendle John, market gardener
    Row William, farmer & seed merchant
    Self George, shoe maker
    Self Stephen, gardener
    Skinner Charles, farmer
    Stanton Robert, farmer
    Studd James, carpenter
    Whitmore John, White Horse



    And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Feb-2018 10:17:17 GMT