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History of Suffolk - Shadingfield 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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SHADINGFIELD is a parish and village, in Wangford union, hundred, and rural deanery, Beccles county court district, archdeaconry of Suffolk, diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 4 ½ miles south from Beccles, 4 north-by-west from Wangford and 6 north -east-by-north from Halesworth. The church of St. John is an old building, with a tower and 1 bell: it consists of a nave and chancel, and a porch on the south side: a new pulpit was erected in 1841, the east window being restored at the same time. The register dates from 1539. The living is a rectory, tithes commuted at £305 per annum, with 7 ½ acres of glebe land and residence, in the gift of Lord Braybrooke, of Audley, Essex, and held by the Rev. Charles Thomas Scott, B.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge, who resides in The Hall, a large white brick mansion, with well wooded grounds. Lord of the manor, John Garden, Esq. The population in 1801 was 209, and
the area is 1,369 acres.
Parish Clerk, Deeker Johnson.
POST OPPICE.—William Lewis, receiver. Letters arrive from Wangford by mail cart at 6.30 a.m., & dispatched at 7 p.m. Wangford is the nearest money order office
CARRIERS pass through to Beccles & Haleswortli
Scott Rev Charles Thomas, B.A. The hall

Commercial
Balls James, farmer
Balls Stephen, farmer
Chaplin Edward, carpenter
Draper David, farmer, Lodge Farm
Frost Henry, farmer
Lewis Woodman, woodman
Nurse James, farmer
Peirson Charles, miller & shopkeeper
Rant Philip, miller
Scarff Mary Ann (Mrs.), seminary
Scott Henry H. farmer
Suggate Charles, boot maker
Utting Daniel, farmer
Yallop James, farmer



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