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    History of Suffolk - Rishangles 1865

    Post Office Directory of 1865.

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    RISHANGLES is a parish and village, in Hartismere union, rural deanery, and hundred, Eye county court district, Suffolk archdeaconry, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 17 miles north from Ipswich, 7 east from Finningham and Mellis stations, 4 from Debenham north-west, and 4 south from Eye. The church of St. Margaret is of Gothic architecture, erected in the latter part of the fifteenth century, with
    chancel, and square tower and 3 bells, the whole faced with flint stones, and capable of holding 200 persons. The register commences from 1593. The living is a rectory, annual value £323, with modern residence and 72 acres of glebe, in the gift of T. II. Wilkinson, Esq., of Ixworth, and held by the Rev. Hyam Burn, LL.B., of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, canon of Brecon. There is a Baptist chapel. F. Hayward, Esq., of Needham Market, is lord of the manor, and the land principally belongs to Lord Henniker, M.P., E.Chenery, Esq., Eye, N. Barnadiston. Esq., of Cavendish, near Sudbury, and others. The population in 1861 was 235, and the area is 718 acres; the gross estimated rental is £l,387, and the rateable value £1,239.
    Parish Clerk, John Runacres.
    POST OFFICE.óRobert Keen, receiver. Letters arrive from Eye at 8 a.m.; dispatched at 5.30 p.m. Eye is the nearest money order office & post office savings bank

    Burn Rev. Canon Hyam, LL.D. [rector], The Parsonage

    Barker Daniel, farmer
    Canham John, coach maker
    Capon Philip, farmer
    Capon Robert, farmer
    Cook William, farmer & assistant overseer
    Fisk Benjamin, brick & tile maker
    Hammond James, pig dealer
    Keen Robert, shopkeeper
    Leggett William, farmer, Backs hall
    Ling Henry, farmer, Wood farm
    Moore Thomas, cattle dealer
    Mortimer Eli, farmer
    Robinson Thomas, Swan, & hay & straw dealer
    Sharman Henry, miller
    Stebbing John, gardener
    Stringer William, boot & shoe maker

    And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Feb-2018 10:14:41 GMT