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Chelmondiston Public Houses & Chelmondiston in 1865

Whites 1855 Directory

CHELMONDISTON, a village and parish, on the south-west side of the broad estuary of the Orwell, 6 miles S.S.E. of Ipswich, and 6 miles N.N.W. of Harwich, has 796 inhabitants, and about 1627 acres of land, including the fishing hamlet of Pin-mill, which has about 50 boats employed chiefly in getting stone on the rocks near Harwich, for the manufacture of Roman cement. The soil is generally a light sand, and is all freehold, belonging to John Berners, Esq., the Lucas, Reynolds, and Walker families, and a few smaller owners. The Church (St. Andrew) is an ancient structure, which was repewed and thoroughly repaired about 15 years ago. The rectory, valued in K.B. at �8. 10s., and in 1835 at �312, is in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and incumbency of the Rev. H. Clissold, M.A., who has a neat Rectory House, built in 1849, but resides at Stochwell, Surrey, near London. Here is a National School, built in 1838, and also two small chapels, belonging to the Baptists and Wesleyans.
Baldry Charles, police officer
Brown Albert, grocer and draper
Carpenter Rev Chas., {Baptist)
Curtis Jas., victualler, Butt and Oyster
Dale, Abdiel, butcher
Double Chas., victualler, Red Lion
Dunnett Joseph, bricklayer
Garrard George, boat builder
Haggar Wm , boot and shoemaker
Harrington Marianne, schoolmistress
Hayward George, master mariner
Hill Peter, boarding and day school
Howlett Chas., cement stone merchant
King Lucas Charles, shopkeeper and cement stone merchant
Mason Pp. Carrington, shopkeeper
Neale Rev Edw. Pote, M.A., curate, Rectory
Pbilpot Robt, brewer and beerhouse
Steward Charles, parish clerk
Sulley Mr Chas.
Wade Miss Susan
Warren Robert, butcher
Webb Thomas. Wheelwright
Webb Thos jun, blacksmith
Webb Wm, butcher
Wright Wm, boot and shoemaker

Carrington John
Dunnett Wm
Harrington Martin
Orman Wm
Mason Pp Bacon
Richardson Chas
Walker Rt, miller
Webb Wm

Brown Alfred
Burrows Thomas
Cook James
Cooper Joseph
Crane Mark
Curtis James
Dale Abraham
Double Alfred
Garnham Wm
Garrard G and J
Howard G and H
Howlett Charles
King A, G and R
Lucas James
Mullett Edw
Webb Jas & Wm
Woodcock Wm
CARRIERS to Ipswich
Scarfe Samuel
Smith Thomas

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