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Badwell Ash, Blackbourn Hundred
Badwell Ash public houses
1844, or Little Ashfield, is a neat village, 4 miles E. by S. of Ixworth, and
its parish contains 458 souls, and 1,860 acres of land. In the 9th of Edward I.,
it was the lordship of William Creketote, and it was afterwards held, together
with Great Ashfield, by the prior and monks of Ixworth. At the dissolution, it
was granted to Richard Codington. It is now in two manors-Badwell Ash and
Shackerland, belonging to Miss R. Clough; but a great part of the soil is the
property of Lord Thurlow, the Rev. T. B. Norgate, and the Mayhew, Baker, Moss,
Wilson, Parker, and a few other families. The Church, (St. Mary) is a perpetual
curacy, valued at �69. Miss R. Clough is patroness, and the Rev. Thomas
Burroughs Norgate, incumbent. The Town Estate has been vested from a nearly
period, in trust,for the reparation of the church and the relief of the poor, at
the discretion of the trustees and the churchwardens. It consists of the Town
House, occupied rent free, by poor families, and about 11a. of land, let for �12
3s. 6d. a year, which is wholly applied in the service of the church. For a
distribution of bread at the church, the poor have a yearly rent charge of 24s.,
left by Thomas Blackerby, in the 13th of Charles 2nd., out of the tithes of
Stow-upland. The late Thomas Richer, Esq., of this parish, left �400 to the
Suffolk General Hospital, in 1843.
Cullum John, shoemaker
Drake Thomas, baker
Fake Samuel, wheelwright
Faires Henry, shoemaker
Green Henry, corn miller
Hovell Miss Mary, Green
Hubbard Chas. carpenter & parish clerk
Hunt Robert, shopkeeper
Kinsey Simon, victualler, White Horse
Parker Mrs. Eliz.
Moss Mrs. My.
Richer Mrs. Sar.
Pratt Mrs. Eliz.
Thrower Samuel, blacksmith
Thrower Elizabeth, shopkeeper
Warren Reuben, bricklayer
Day Edward, Green
Easlea Edward, Chapel farm
Easlea Thomas, Street farm
Francis Thomas, Shackerland Hall
Mayhew George, Tiptodds
Carrier, Jas. Goodall, to Bury, wed. & sat.
Badwell Ash in Kellys 1879 Directory.
Badwell Ash is a small, compact village and parish, 4 miles north from Elmswell station, and 10 north east from Bury St Edmunds, in the Western division of the county, Blackbourn Hundred.
The church of St Mary is a handsome flint building, thoroughly restored in 1868.The register dates from 1559.
Parish Clerk, James Morley
Post Office, Jesse Keen
Parish School (mixed), was erected in 1861; Miss Alice Anscombe, mistress
Carrier to Bury St Edmunds, Mrs Mary Meadows
Francis John, Shackerland Hall
Lee Rev Charles [vicar], MRCS
Payne George Edward JP
Easlea Fred, farmer
Evans James, farmer
Fordham Clears, miller
Francis John, farmer, Shackerland Hall
Goldspink George Edward, farmer
Gowing Arhur Edward, farmer
Hildyard Charles (Mrs), beer retailer
Howe J, farmer
Keen Jesse, grocer & draper, & post office
Lynn Nelson, baker
Olle Samuel, farmer
Parker William, tailor
Peck James, shopkeeper
Prike James, farmer & owner
Smith William, White Horse
Stevens Peter, wheelwright & blacksmith