Kelly's Directory 1847
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Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire 1847

There is a copy of this directory available for reference in the Cambridge Collection.

Carlton, or Carlton-cum-Willingham, a small parish on the borders of Suffolk, in the Hundred of Chilford, and Union of Linton, from which latter place it is distant 8 miles, 7 from Haverhill, and 7 from Newmarket. The houses are straggling. The church is very small, in the diocese of Ely ; there is also a dissenting chapel. The area is 2,200 acres, and the population in a 1841 was 424.

Letters are left at the Axe & Saw inn through the Newmarket office.


Wilder, Rev. William, M.A


Crosby, John L.


Howard, Thomas


Long, Hanslip


Nash, Thomas

Nice, William farmer
Olley, John farmer
Quy, William 'Axe & Saw'
Ravel, John farmer
Westley, James farmer
Whiskin, Robert farmer
Willis, James shopkeeper
Woods, Stephen beer retailer