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Barking in Kellys 1879 Directory.
Barking is a parish, 2 miles south west from Needham Market station and the navigable Gipping and 8 north west from Ipswich, in the Eastern division of the County, Bosmere Hundred.
The church of St Mary is a noble Gothic building, the register dates from 1500.
Hasot Hall is half a mile north west.
Police station, Samuel Baxter, resident constable
School for boys & girls; Miss Esther Emsden, mistress
Carrier to Ipswich, Fredk Green

Ashburnham Countess of, Barking Hall
Brown Manning
Steward Rev Francis MA, JP [rector], Rectory

Public Houses in Barking, Suffolk

Clark Abner John, miller
Cooper Robert, cattle dealer
Emsden Benjamin, hurdle maker
Emdsen Thomas, carpenter
Gooderham Charles, farmer
Green Frederick, carrier & shopkeeper
Keen John, farmer
Keene Charles, farmer
Last Charles, carpenter
Lingwood Henry, miller, merchant & farmer & landowner
McBrain William Foster, beer retailer & shopkeeper
Makens Robert, farmer & dealer
Morgan Jesse, farmer
Roper John, farmer
Sage William, farmer, Watering Farm
Sage William, Lion
Southgate Laban, farmer
Southgate Robert, farmer
Webber Alfred, farmer
Woollard William, Fox, & blacksmith & wheelwright


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