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History of Suffolk - Worlingworth 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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WORLINGWORTH is a parish and village, in Hoxne hundred, union, and rural deanery, county court district of Framlingham, Suffolk archdeaconry, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, 18 miles north from Ipswich, 6 south-east from Eye, 6 north-east from Debenham, 4 south from Stradbroke, and 6 north-west from Framlingham. The church of' St. Mary has a tower and 6 bells; it contains 400 sittings of ancient construction, and has a very handsome double hammer-beam oak roof, and a curious Gothic font and cover, which originally came from the abbey, Bury St. Edmund's: the whole church was restored in 1805. The register commences from 1588. The living is a rectory, with the chapelry of Southolt annexed, joint annual value £933, with 50 acres of glebe, in the gift of Lord Henniker, M.P., and held by the Rev. Frederic French, M.A., of St. Peter's College, Cambridge - the Rev. Robert Hope, M.A., of Queen's College, Cambridge, is curate, and resides in the adjoining parish of Southolt. There is a Free school attached to the church, erected in 1818. The charity lands let for about £200 per annum, and are left for the repairs and ornamentation of the church, the support of Trust school, and generally for the benefit of the poor, according to the donor's will. The chief landed proprietors are Lord Henniker, M.P., Sir R. S. Adair, Bart., of Flixton, near Bungay; T. W. F. V. Wentworth. Esq., of Aldborough, and a few smaller owners. Lord Henniker, M.P., is lord of the manor. The population in 1861 was 740, and the area is about 2,440 acres. The gross estimated rental is £4,213, and the rateable value, £3,577.
Parish Clerk, John Clayton.
POST OFFICE.óCharles Durrant, receiver. Letters arrive from Wickham Market at 7.15 a.m.; dispatched at 6.40 p.m. The box closed five minutes previous; the same time on Sundays. Framlingham is the nearest money order office & post office savings bank
INSURANCE AGENT.óLiverpool & London & Globe, John Bloomfield
Free & Endowed School, Richard Tissington, master
Assistant Overseer, David Reeve
Police Constable, William Boatman
CARRIER.óWilliam Young, to Ipswich, fridays, returning Saturdays; to Framlingham, daily

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.
Adams Mrs. Red house
French Rev. Frederic, M.A., J.P. [rector]. The Parsonage
Greenard Mr. William
Henniker Lord, M.P. Worlingworth hall

COMMERCIAL.
Baldry John, tailor
Bell James. boot & shoe maker
Bloomfield John, farmer, Honey pots
Borrett Giles, farmer, Worlingworth hall
Borrett Henry Fulcher, farmer
Bridges James, tailor
Bridges Rebecca (Mrs.), dress maker
Clarke Edwin, Cooper & Co. farmers & maltsters
Clarke James, foreign wine, spirit & porter merchant, grocer & general draper
Clarke Robert, farmer
Copping Mary Ann (Miss), boarding school for young ladies & gentlemen
Copping Joseph, farmer & landowner
Cornish Ann (Miss), milliner & dress maker
Cornish Henry k Son, farmers & landowners & veterinary surgeons
Cornish James, blacksmith
Cornish William, chimney sweeper
Crackncll Henry, farmer
Cracknell Martin Peter, shopkeeper & photographer
Creasy Lionel, boot & shoe maker
Dearing James, boot & shoe maker
Easto Job, blacksmith
Francis Charles, tailor
Garnham James, farmer
Goodwin Marianne (Mrs.), boarding school for young ladies & gentlemen
Harvey Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Low farm
Harvey John, bricklayer
Jarrett Thomas, farmer
Leggett Henry, blacksmith
Leggett Joseph, farmer, landowner, flour & provision dealer
Ling Joseph, farmer
Moss James, farmer & landowner
Moulton Henry & Thomas, millers
Moulton Mary (Mrs.), farmer & landowner
Moulton Thomas, farmer & landowner
Murrell Henry, farmer, Stanway farm
Newson James, carpenter
Newson John, boot & shoe maker
Pattle Garneys, Swan, & saddler, harness & collar maker
Pepper James, farmer
Pipe James, carpenter
Plant Robert, farmer, Chandos farm
Plant William, farmer & landowner
Preston Henry, farmer, auctioneer, estate agent & surveyor. The Grove, & at Mount Pleasant, Monk Soham
Reeve David, farmer & assistant overseer
Reeve Mary (Miss),farmer & landowner
Reeve William, farmer & landowner
Riches Samuel, carpenter
Riches William, farmer
Spurting John, farmer
Warne Elijah, boot k shoe maker
Young George, beer retailer & boot & shoe maker
Young William, shopkeeper & carrier


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