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Uggleshall Public Houses

UGGESHALL in 1844, is a parish and scattered village, 5 1/2 miles E.N.E. of Halesworth, and N.W. by W. of Sonthwold, contains 295 souls, and 1455 acres of land. The Earl of Stradbroke is lord of the manor, but a great part of the soil belongs to Mrs. Allen, Rev. J. Borton, Rev. B. Chapman, Rev. J. Vincent, and a few smaller owners. The Church (St. Mary) is a small ancient structure, but the tower went to decay about a century ago. The rectory, valued in K.B. at £13. 6s. 8d.,and in 1835, at £614, with that of Sotherton annexed to it, is in the patronage of the Earl of Stradbroke, and incumbency of the Rev. W. C. Edgell, M.A., who has here a neat residence and 42a. of glebe. The tithes of Ugfileshall have been commuted for a yearly modus of £390. A pleasure fair is held here on Trinity Tuesday. The poor have a cottage given by one of the Platers family, let for £4, and an allotment of 4a. 37p. awarded at the enclosure in 1799, and now let for £10. 10s. per annum. They have also 10s. a year, out of land called Gander's Hill, given by an unknown donor.

Baxter Samurl, shopkeeper
Bardwell Mr Thomas
Donnett Richard, blacksmith
Edgell Rev Wm. Chas. M.A. incumbent, Rectory
Kent William, wheelwright & parish clerk
Rockbill William corn miller
Wright James, victualler, Buck
Youngman Mrs. Ann

Bardwell Charles, Manor Home
Baxter Ann
Bence Philip
Churchman Edw. H Eade William
Girling Jas.
Gray Samuel
Leman Timothy
Youngman William

Carrier, Martin, from the Buck to Southwold & Yarmouth, Tuesday

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