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    History of Suffolk - Shottisham 1865

    Post Office Directory of 1865.

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    SHOTTISHAM is a parish and village, in Wilford hundred and rural deanery, Woodbridge union and county court district, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 6 miles south-east from Woodbridge. The church of St. Margaret, a stone building, was thoroughly repaired about 1845: it has a nave, chancel, south porch, and tower with 1 bell. The living is a rectory, value £240, with residence, and about 20 acres of glebe, in the gift of the Rev. William Darby and Rev. Martin Baily Darby, and held by the Rev. Edward Francis, M.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge. There are charities of the annual value of £2, payable on New Year's Day. There is a bequest, derivable from certain lands in the parish, for the repairs of the church, to the amount of £5 annually, made by some person whose name is unknown. Here is a national school for boys and girls.
    The Rev. William Darby and the Rev. Martin B. Darby (who are joint lords of the manor). Lord Rendlesham, and John Henry Anger, Esq., are the principal landowners. The population in 1861 was 317, and the area is 1,135 acres.
    Parish Clerk, Thomas Gooch.
    POST OFFICE.—James Fairhead, postmaster. Letters received from Woodbridge at 7 a.m.; box closes at 6.30p.m. in summer, & 6.30 p.m. in winter. The nearest money order office is at Woodbridge
    INSURANCE AGENT. — Liverpool & London & Globe, Robert Hayward
    National School Mary Moss, mistress
    CARRIER. — William Kemp, to Woodbridge, monday & thursday, at 10 a.m. returning same day at 7 p.m. ; to Ipswich on Saturday (through Woodbridge) at 7 a-m. returning same day at 7.30 p.m

    Adams Rev. Benjamin [curate]
    Francis Rev. Edward, M.A. [rector]

    Bedwell Thomas, shopkeeper
    Bird Louisa (Mrs.), blacksmith
    Cullum James, saddler
    Fairhead James, builder, & at Sutton
    Edwards Robert Vertue, farmer & landowner
    Garrod Henry Samuel, farmer
    Gooch Thomas, tailor
    Hayward Robert, miller
    Kemp Thomas, butcher
    Kemp William, carrier
    Manthorp William, Sorrel Horse
    Martin Benjamin, corn merchant
    Mills John, baker
    Mills William, beer retailer
    Smith Charles, wheelwright
    Symonds William, shoe maker
    Wolton Edgar, shoe maker

    And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Feb-2018 10:15:28 GMT