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History of Suffolk - Yoxford 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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YOXFORD is a parish, in Blything hundred and union, Halesworth county court district, Dunwich rural deanery, Suffolk archdeaconry, and Norwich diocese, East Suffolk, 23 miles north-east from London, 6 south from Halesworth, 23 north-east from Ipswich, 5south from Dunwich, 10 south from Aldborough, and a mile from Darsham railway station on the Great Eastern line. The church of St. Peter is an ancient structure, in the Perpendicular style: it has a tower with 6 bells, and surmounted by a small spire: it was enlarged in 1837, at a cost of 1,200. The living is a vicarage, annual value 230, in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. Robert Firmin, M.A. There is a Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist chapel, a National school and a Mechanics' Institute. The town is on the old road from Ipswich to Lowestoft and Yarmouth, consisting of one well built street of modern houses: it is situated in a remarkably pleasant neighbourhood, surrounded by a beautiful country, interspersed with many seats of the gentry, and is lighted with gas. The scenery is wooded, picturesque, and magnificent. Cockfield Hall, the seat of Sir John R. Blois, Bart, D.L., is a mansion in the Tudor style, in a well-wooded park, through which flows the small river Yox or Minsmere. Grove House and the Rookery are other handsome seats here. Petty sessions are held every other Wednesday at the Three Tuns inn. Here are the headquarters of the East Suffolk Constabulary. The population in 1861 was 1,111, and the area is 2,724 acres.
POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE & POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK. John Frederick Hall, postmaster.
Letters arrive at 5.15 a.m.; delivery commences at 7 in summer months & 7.30 in winter; dispatched at 8.30 p.m.; box closes at 8 p.m
INSURANCE AGENTS:
Liverpool & London Globe, A. B. Gray
Royal Farmers' & General Fire, Life & Hail, C. P. Jonas
Baldwin Major Solomon Crosby
Bulls Mr. Joseph
Barmby M rs. Vines villa
Blois Sir John Ralph, bart. D.L. Cockfield hall
Clayton Mrs
Cottingham Joseph Orlebar, esq
Collins William A. esq. Satis house
Dodd Misses
Dunnell Mr. John
Firmin Rev. Robert, M.A. [vicar]
Freeland Parker Win. esq. Red house
Freeland Mrs. Wru. Coyte, Red house
Girling Frederick, esq
Gorham Richard Vicary, esq
Gray Miss
Johnston Alexander Robt esq. J.P. Grove
Spalding Mr. William
Wenden Mrs
Wilson Mrs

COMMERCIAL.
Arnold John, farrier & farmer
Asker Robert, farmer, Yoxford farm
Baldry Mary & Emma (Misses), grocers & drapers
Balls Charles, stone mason etc
Balls Henry, blacksmith
Bezant James, tailor
Bone Hohert, grocer & draper
Borrett George, beer retailer
Borrett John, shoe maker
Bulland Charlotte (Mrs.), Three Tuns commercial inn & posting house
Clayton Alderman, carpenter
Clayton John, cooper
Cooper John, shoe maker
Cotton Ezra, carpenter
Cowlcs Robert, hair dresser
Creasy Jos. B. superintendent of police
Curtis Robert, sen. shoe maker
Dolby Jeremiah, whitesmith
Dalby William, ironmonger
Danlord John, grocer
Dennison William, confectioner
Elmy John, wheelwright & beer retailer
Fisher Robert, baker
Fisk Henry, plumber & glazier
Foulsham Joseph, butcher & farmer
Freeland William Parker, solicitor
Freeman Ellen & Ann (Misses),milliners
Gibhs Morris Appelbee. chemist
Girling Frederick & Horace, farmers
Goldsmith Chas. saddle & harness maker
Gorham Richard Vicary, surgeon
Gougb Wm. Henry, chemist & druggist
Gray Arthur Baldry, farmer
Hall John Frederick, watch maker, & post office
Howard Henry, fishmonger Howard William, game dealer
Howlett Samuel, farmer
Hurren Simon Carew, watch maker
Jonas Chas. Paul, boarding & day school
Lambert Henry, thatcher
Lenny David, beer retailer
Ludbrook Wm. corn, seed & coal merchant
Manning Charles, Griffin inn
Morling George, butcher
Mountain John, bricklayer
Nunn James, farmer
Orford John, grocer, draper & general warehouseman
Pain Thomas, shoe maker
Phillips John, wheelwright
Rickards Thomas, master of the National school
Seaman Kirble, shopkeeper
Smith Robert, butcher
Smith William, farmer
Spalding William, wholesale & retail shoe manufacturer & leather seller
Spall Samuel, farmer
Stannard William, gardener
Stapleton William, plumber & glazier
Swan John, miller
Whincop Wellington, whitesmith, bellhanger & ironmonger
Wright Edgar, farrier
Yoxford Gas Company (limited) (Arthur Baldry Gray, secretary)

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