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History of Suffolk - South Cove 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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SOUTH COVE is a parish and agricultural village, not far from the sea, in Blything hundred and union, county court district of Halesworth, East Suffolk, 3 miles north-by-west from Southwold. The church of St. Lawrence is an old building, with thatched roof, and square tower containing 1 bell. The register dates from the year 1722. The living is a vicarage, annual value 270, with residence, in the gift of Sir Edward S. Gooch, Bart., and held by the Rev Charles John Gooch; the curate is the Rev. William Robert Henry Brown. Sir E. S. Gooch, Bart., is lord of the manor. The charities amount to 12 3s. 4d. annually, which is expended in coals for the poor. There is a Sunday school. Here are clay pits. The area is 1,214 acres; population, 187.
Parish Clerk, John Beamish.
Letters received through Wangford. The nearest money| order office is at Wrentham .
Candler Stephen, farmer
Gray William, farmer
Harrod William, Five Bells
Keen Robert, farmer
Martin James, farmer
Pipe Benjamin, farmer



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