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Uggleshall Public Houses

UGGESHALL in 1844, is a parish and scattered village, 5 1/2 miles E.N.E. of Halesworth, and N.W. by W. of Sonthwold, contains 295 souls, and 1455 acres of land. The Earl of Stradbroke is lord of the manor, but a great part of the soil belongs to Mrs. Allen, Rev. J. Borton, Rev. B. Chapman, Rev. J. Vincent, and a few smaller owners. The Church (St. Mary) is a small ancient structure, but the tower went to decay about a century ago. The rectory, valued in K.B. at 13. 6s. 8d.,and in 1835, at 614, with that of Sotherton annexed to it, is in the patronage of the Earl of Stradbroke, and incumbency of the Rev. W. C. Edgell, M.A., who has here a neat residence and 42a. of glebe. The tithes of Ugfileshall have been commuted for a yearly modus of 390. A pleasure fair is held here on Trinity Tuesday. The poor have a cottage given by one of the Platers family, let for 4, and an allotment of 4a. 37p. awarded at the enclosure in 1799, and now let for 10. 10s. per annum. They have also 10s. a year, out of land called Gander's Hill, given by an unknown donor.

Baxter Samurl, shopkeeper
Bardwell Mr Thomas
Donnett Richard, blacksmith
Edgell Rev Wm. Chas. M.A. incumbent, Rectory
Kent William, wheelwright & parish clerk
Rockbill William corn miller
Wright James, victualler, Buck
Youngman Mrs. Ann

Bardwell Charles, Manor Home
Baxter Ann
Bence Philip
Churchman Edw. H Eade William
Girling Jas.
Gray Samuel
Leman Timothy
Youngman William

Carrier, Martin, from the Buck to Southwold & Yarmouth, Tuesday

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