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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12 years. PLEES-On the 24th May, William Gordon Plee. eldest son of the late Rev. William Gordon Plees, vicar of Ashbocking, Suffolk, aged 82 years. RoPE-On June 4, at 8, Granville-street, Edward Henry Rope, aged 2 years. SCOTT-On June 1, Subscribers-only content

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    Nunn. On the 15th inst., at Woodbridge, Mabia, wife of Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Boyton. On the 16th inst,, -at Ashbocking, aged 42, Mr. Edw. Seaman, late of Hintlesham. On the 16th inst., at Newington, London, aged 34, Mr. J. Subscribers-only content

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    (Animals) Act, 1869," be accepted, viz., Mr. Robert Cleveland, of Wangfora Mr. John Steele, of Bucklesham Mr. George Vincent, of Ashbocking And that the following Inspectors be appointed, viz., Mr. WILLIAM FOX, of Sudbury, for part of the Sudbury Union, Subscribers-only content

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    of Dr. Fabl:>- ._•_ os, ofa sou. MARRIED. On the 14th inst, at Ashbocking, Mr. Geo M 1 rT, LH i Woolnough, of Rickinghall, second son of Mr John j Woolnougb, Bredfield, to Doha Maria, eld '_';•» daughter j of Subscribers-only content

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    ' G 27 28 L5;) < Uo 77 58 St. James ... 1530 62 56 294 ! 268 136 w Ashbocking 1408 70 \ 70 324 320 165 155 Deuham ... Z "i 12(2 64 61 282 259 135 ! Subscribers-only content

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    Esq., of 8, Great Cumberland-place, Hyde-park- On the 13th inst., at Graf ton-square Church, Clapham, E. E. Gooding, of Manor-house, Ashbocking, son of J. Gooding, Esq., Witnesham-hall, to Jessie, youngest daughter of J. Clarke, Esq., of 1, Cedars-road, Clap- ham-common. Subscribers-only content

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    e o^ ls " .._ £ s. d.\ £ s. Gd. s. ST" Aldham - 109 17 6 0 10 Ashbocking - ' 00 0 0 0 0 Bacton _ Battisford 816 1 60 0 0 0 5 Beccles 120 Subscribers-only content

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    inst., aged 6 months, Edith, infant daughter of Geobgb and Susan ViNCB, Hill Farm, Boxford. On the 16th inst., at Ashbocking, in her 77th year, Lydia Turner, mother of Mr. Lockwood, engineer, Mount-hill, Halstead. Ou the 16th inst., at the Subscribers-only content

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    year, Herod ASHFOED, surgeon. On the 23rd inst., in her 101st year, Mercy Deeks, sister of Mrs. Bloss, late of Ashbocking. On the 24th inst., aged 63, Priscilla, wife of Robt. Keeble, Ipswich. On the 24th inst., aged 66, Maby Subscribers-only content

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    f anus have been declared free, but there have been 31 fresh outbreaks in the fol- io}™-_? P arishes ?- Ashbocking (2), Bentley, Soinersham (2), Henley, Campsey Ash, Shottisham, Dennington Debenham, Cratfield, Wilby, Weybread, Mendham' WalbersYvick, Sotterlej*, Barsham, Mutford, Botesdale! Subscribers-only content

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    Wood- bridge, to Eleanor Susannah, eldest daughter of Mr. F. Savage, St. Nicholas' Ironworks, Lynn. On the 2:^rd inst., at Ashbocking, Henry Seaman to Kate Alice, daughter of Charles Stanford, of Ash- bocking-halL DIED. On the 25th ult., at Fall Subscribers-only content

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    I |If reference is made to the Office, 1». extra.] "C3 "Mrs. (JOHN & SDSAJS T ) NORTON, rioRMEELV of Ashbocking, and then of Trimley, r Suffolk General Shopkeepers, are requestsd to ..ml their present address to the undersigned. For Subscribers-only content

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    of Mr. John Smith, shopkeeper, of Lakcnheath. Same day, nt her son's house, Trimley, aged 82, Mrs. Dawson, late of Ashbocking. Same day, at Colchester, aged 86, Mr. Joseph Harrison, brother of the lute Mrs. Deborah Harrison, of Ipswich. Same Subscribers-only content

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    HerdyS.Blackwell.Bungay | Ward Jas Haughley Tenner Joseph, Ashby Wynter Philip, Aldeburgh Johnson Prior, esq. Aide- WebbW.esq. Woodbridge burgh Welham J. Ashbocking Tex John, jun. Brampton Wales Isaac, Walbyswick Jardme J. K. Esq. Wixoe Whincopp T no< BrcdfieUl jciry Jonn, .Kinus Subscribers-only content

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    Green Robert, Polstead Blakenham GoochH.Frostenden.esq. Wilkinson Jn. jun. Hales- Ginger R. Great Bealings worth, esq. Garrard Robt. Saxtead Welham Jn. Ashbocking Gilbert Sam. Wrentham Whincopp J. Bucklesham Green W. Bradfield Com- WardT.Littleßlakenham bust WynterPhillip.Aldeburgh Hunt Thomas, Oulton Willyams C. Exning, Subscribers-only content

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    Turrel R. ftnmdisbiKgfe Everett Francis, ditto Whimper T. AWerton Gooch J. N. Brandish WhincoppWm. Bradfield Ginger Robt. Bealings Welham J. Ashbocking Garnham John, jun. of Wild James, Woodbridge Grundisburgh Walton William,Croeting Hare Hon. Wm. Henry, St. Mary Lowestcft Wilkinson Hustings, Subscribers-only content

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    Wm. Creeling Thurston C. Stradbrooke Witts R. Sudbury St.Cregorr Tennant C, Kersey Wyard W. Oflton Turner R. Layham Welham J. Ashbocking Turner P. jun. Old Newton White E. Kcss.ngland Tydeman J.Creetiug St. Peter Woodthorpe William, Carl* Tye E. Sibton ton Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. John, Lidgate Thurston C. sen. Stradbrook Isaacson W. Esq. Mildeuhall Wright J. E. Preston Jerry John, Kirton Welham Robt. Ashbocking King John, Gazeley Welham John, ditto King Wm. Moulton Welham Jameo, Haughley Ling John, St. Lawrence Wigg Joseph, Blythburgh Subscribers-only content

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    Squire, of . - Farming Stuck, Implements, -fee. at^__[7T" *'*■*'_- joining the Road leading from Heuiv . ','' r "'••.. Ashbocking. ' *-' I "rci , By JONATHAN ABBOTT and SON Oa Thursday, Oct 4. lBlO,atMr J \S.ALi_X_\m who is Subscribers-only content

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    Security combined with Profit. SUFFOLK and GENERAL COUNTRY Statutable fnsucance ©ffice, PQTAnr dS££. NSTj ' OSS MOM FIRE. Rl wk vn 1 ' D h ;It , BU , RY a »J IPSWICH in 1802, and REVISED with the- Subscribers-only content

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