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    Tunstall, Suffolk Villages & Towns - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    TUNSTALL in 1874.
    TUNSTALL is a pleasant village, 7 miles N.E. of Woodbridge, and about the same distance W. by S. of Aldborough, and S. by W. of Saxmundham, in Plomesgate Union, and Woodbridge County Court district. Its parish contains 708 inhabitants, and 2863 acres of land, including the hamlet of Dunningworth, on the south side of Snape Bridge, on the river Alde, 5 miles W. of Aldborough, where there is a wharf and extensive maltings and warehouses, as noticed with Snaps. The south-east part of the parish is a sandy heath, where there is a tumulus, in which a Roman urn was found, about the year 1834, containing ashes, two coins, and a piece of a sword three inches long. The Earl of Guilford is lord of the manor of Banyard, in Tunstall, but the greater part of the parish belongs to J . G. Sheppard. Esq., Lord Rendlesham, and the Rev. F. L. Hayward, B.C.L. THE Church (St. Michael) is an ancient structure, with a tower containing six bells. The Rev. F. L. Hayward, B.C.L., is patron and incumbent of the rectory, which is valued in K.B. at 16. 10s. 5d., but has now 42 acres of globe, and a yearly rent-charge of 541, in lieu of tithes. Dunningworth was formerly a separate parish, and had a church, which went to decay in the latter part of the 16th century, when its rectory was consolidated with Tunstall. Dunningworth Hall, a good farm house, is the residence of Mr. James Girling. In Chapel field where Dunningworth church is supposed to have stood, several skeletons were found in 1841. There is a BAPTIST CHAPEL at Tunstall, built in 1808, and enlarged in 1838, and now under the ministry of the Rev. J. B. Lamb. THE NATIONAL School, erected in 1872, in lieu of that built in 1830, cost upwards of 500, It is under Government inspection, supported by grant, voluntary contributions, pupils' pence, &c., and attended by about 75 children.
    Post OFFICE at Mrs. F. E. Syred's. Letters arrive at 5.40 am and are despatched at 7.50 p.m. to Wickham Market, which is the nearest Money Order Office. A single line for goods traffic, with a terminus at Snape Bridge,  joins the East Suffolk branch of the Great Eastern Railway between Wickham Market and Saxmundham junction.
     

    Aldous Miss Henrietta, shopkeeper
    Alexander David, boot and shoe maker
    Baker Charles, bricklayer
    Borrett William Hambling, farmer, Walk farm; and Easton
    Brightwell George, cooper
    Catlin George, tailor & draper, and agent for Prudential Life Insurance Company
    Churchyard Jas. veterinary surgeon
    Cunnell Thomas, blacksmith; and Wickham Market; h Blaxhall
    Daniels James, boot & shoe maker and parish clerk
    Debney Robert, farmer, Plunket's farm
    Fairhead Allen, wheelwright and carpenter
    Ford William, miller, & malt, corn, and hop merchant
    Gibson James, baker
    Girling James, farmer & landowner, Dunningworth hall; & Rumburgh; and Dennington
    Gibson James, jun. carrier
    Garrett Newson, Esq. J.P. maltster, and corn & coal merchant, Snape Bridge; & carrier by water to & from London; and brewer (Smith, G., and Co. London); and agent for Lloyds', The Ferns, Snape Bridge; and Aldeburgh
    Girling James Read, farmer, & agent for Essex and Suffolk Fire Insurance Company
    Girling Thomas William, coal, corn, and seed merchant, Hill house
    Gooch Samuel, veterinary surgeon, & victualler, Plough & Sail
    Grimwood George, farmer, Wilkinson's farm
    Hayward Rev Frederick Lawson, B.C.L. rector, Tunstall Rectory
    Knights James, boot & shoe maker
    Lamb Rev John B. (Baptist)
    Llewellyn Arthur, inland revenue officer
    McDowall Robert, managing clerk
    Moore William, station master
    Page Samuel, grocer, draper, & corn chandler
    Reeve Samuel, carpenter and wheelwright
    Sawyer Chas. farmer, Church farm
    Sawyer Edgar, farmer, Glebe farm
    Sawyer Francis, carrier
    Sawyer Henry, blacksmith
    Sawyer James, farmer, Fir Tree farm
    Sawyer John, farmer, Street farm
    Sawyer Mrs Susan, farmer, butcher, and victualler, Green Man
    Sheldrake Frederick, registrar of births and deaths, & relieving and vaccinating officer
    Smith James Taylor, farmer
    Syred Mrs Francis Elizabeth, grocer and draper and postmistress
    Wayman Mrs Mary, farmer

    CARRIERs.—James Gibson, jun. to Ipswich, Saturday; and Francis Sawyer, to Woodbridge on Monday & Thursday, and Aldborough on Friday



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