View Larger Map Assington in Kellys 1879 Directory. Assington is a parish 4 miles north east from Bures station, 58 from
London via Bures and 5 south east from Sudbury, in the Western division of the
county, Babergh Hundred.
The church of St Edmund, adjacent to Assington Hall; was built by Cnut the Great
on the field of the last battle fought by him. The register dates from the year
Marshalls Green is 1 mile south east; Assington Thicks is a large piece of
Post Office, Mrs Elizabeth Green
National school for boys, girls & infants, to hold 240, was erected in 1862 &
has since been enlarges. Miss Sophia Woolnough, mistress; Miss Elizabeth Cobb,
Brown Rev James Wilson Davy BA, Vicarage
Gurdon Philip, Assington Hall
Lambarde Francis JP, Assington Hall
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