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    THEBERTON in 1844, is a pleasant village, on an eminence, 6 miles N. by W. of Aldborough, and 3 miles N.E. by E. of Saxmundham, has in its parish 580 inhabitants, and 2050 acres of land, bounded on the north by the river Minsmere, which empties itself through a small haven into the sea, about 3 miles E. of Theberton. In 1810, an act of parliament was obtained for draining the low marsh lands, called the Minsmere Level, and lying within the parishes of Leiston, Theberton, Dunwich, Middleton-cum-Fordley, and Westleton. This level comprises 1459a., and is now well drained and cultivated. Harry White, Esq., of Halesworth, is clerk to the drainage commissioners. Theberton includes the hamlet of East Bridge, 1 mile E. of the church. The Rev. Charles Montagu Doughty, B.A., is lord of the manor of Theberton, and resides at the Hall, a handsome white brick mansion, in a small but well wooded park, built in 1792, by the late George Doughty, Esq., who served the office of sheriff. But a great part of the soil belongs to Lord Huntingfield, and Thomas Milner Gibson, Esq., M.P. The latter is one of the representatives of Manchester, and resides at Theberton House, (1 mile E. of the village,) a commodious stuccoed mansion, which was much improved in 1830, and has a beautiful lawn, pleasure grounds and gardens, comprising about 50 acres. The Church (St. Peter) is a small antique fabric, with a round tower, containing four bells. A gallery was erected at the west end in 1841. The benefice is a discharged rectory, valued in K.B. at 26. 13s. 4d., and in 1835 at 354. It is in the patronage of the Crown, and incumbency of the Rev. Henry Hardinge, B.A., who has 13a. 3p. of glebe, and a good residence. The patronage was formerly in Leiston Abbey. An Infant School was built here by subscription, in 1838, at the cost of 120.
    Burley Sml. shoemaker & shopkeeper
    Doughty Rev Chas. Montagu, B.A.,

    Theberton Hall
    Eade William, land agent
    Gibson Thomas Milner, Esq. M.P. Theberton House
    Hardinge Rev Hy. B.A. Rectory
    Hill Hammond, gardener
    Kitt Sarah, shopkeeper
    Pipe William. gr and parish clerk
    Rouse James, beer house,
    Todd Edward Joiner
    Tongate William, grocer and draper
    Ward Mary Ann, schoolmistress
    Waller John, corn miller
    Waller Thomas. vict. White Lion

    Blacksmiths.
    Bailey Roger
    Bailey Thomas

    FARMERS.
    Agissing Abm.
    Ablett John
    Barber James
    Brown Robert
    Candler Edmund
    Geater Thomas
    Johnson Joseph
    Kitt Zach.
    Plant Henry
    Rivers George

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