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    THELNETHAM in 1844, is a scattered village on the south side of the vale, and near the source of the Little Ouse river, 3 miles N.W. of Botesdale, and 5 1/2 miles S. by W. of Kenninghall, has in its parish 561 souls, and 1,780 acres of strong loamy land. The manor of Thelnetham was anciently held by a family of its own name, and now belongs to John Thruston, Esq., but part of the soil is the property of Thomas Thornhill, Esq., Mrs. F. Mallows, and the Nunn, Button, and other families. Sir E. Kerrison is lord of the manor called Eye-Thelnetham. The Church (St. Nicholas) is a neat fabric, with a tower and five bells. The living is a discharged rectory, valued in K.B. at 16 18s. 4d., and in 1835 at 508. The Rev. Samuel Colby, of Norfolk, is patron and incumbent, and the Rev. E. H. Sawbridge is the curate, and has purchased the next presentation. The Town Estate, 28a. 1r. 34p., was awarded on an enclosure in 1821, in lieu of
    other lands, which had been held from an early period, in trust, for
    the use of the church and poor. It is now let for about 32 a year,
    and the surplus of the rent, after paying the churchwarden's expenses,
    is carried to the poor rates. A benefaction of 10 given to the poor
    of this parish, was laid out in the purchase of 1a. 2r 31p. of land,
    in Rattlesden, now let for 1 12s. a year. The Poor's Allotment,
    awarded at the enclosure, comprises 40a., on which the poor get turf,
    &c, for fuel,
    Baldry Joseph, shoemaker
    Baldry Samuel, victualler, White Horse
    Bloomfield George, millwright & engineer
    Button Mrs. Harriet
    Button Richard, corn miller
    Button Mrs. Rebecca
    Cooke Thomas, butcher
    Death Charles, shopkeeper & tailor
    Hubbard Charles, shoemaker
    Jarrett Robert, shoemaker
    Kerry Oliver, wheelwright
    Luffington Richard, surgeon
    Palmer Lucy, schoolmistress
    Sawbridge Rev. Edw. Henry, curate, Rectory
    Webster John, tailor
    Welton Edward, blacksmith
    Baldry Samuel
    Bishop Samuel
    Button Richard
    Buxton John
    Cooke William, (land agent)
    CutlerJohn, Malting Lodge
    Houchin Francis
    Kerry James
    Long George
    Nunn Thomas
    Ong Samuel
    Pollard Harriet
    Sare Thomas
    Welton Edward
    Woolsey Daniel, Playford

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