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Google maps of Ashfield with Thorpe in Thredling Hundred show the following places:

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Ashfield public houses & Ashfield in 1865

Ashfield with the Hamlet of Thorpe in Kellys 1879 Directory.

Ashfield is a parish and scattered village 12 miles north from Ipswich and 3 east from Debenham, Eastern division of the county in the Thredling Hundred.
The church of St Mary, in ruins for more than a century, was rebuilt of brick in 1853. Thorpe chapel was rebuilt in 1739, and used as parish church until 1853, and has since been pulled down.
Parish Clerk, George Osborn
National school, supported by voluntary subscriptions, childrens pence & government grant.

Commercial
Bennett John, blacksmith & machine owner
Bloomfield Stephen, farmer
Bond George, farmer, Dove Farm
Buntin Martha (Mrs), farmer
Cook James, farmer, Lodge Farm
Dooel William, shoe maker
Farr John, farmer
Freeman Edward, farmer
Gosling Noah, shopkeeper
Harvey James, wheelwright
Harvey William, bricklayer
Howlett Elijah, farmer
Lockwood Henry, farmer
Long John, farmer, Thorpe Hall
Martin Stephen, farmer, Hill Farm
Osborn George, farmer
Plowman George Mayhew, farmer
Read Edward, farmer
Robinson Thomas, farmer
Rogers Isaac, farmer
Rumsey William, Swan Inn & farmer
Smith Isaac Alderton, miller
Spencer Thomas Elliott, butcher


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