Directory of Cambridgeshire 1864

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History, Topography and Directory of Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire, 1864, Edward Cassey and Co.

There is a copy of this directory available online from Google Books.

CARLTON Is a small village and parish on the borders of Suffolk, in the hundred of Radfield, union of Linton, and diocese of Ely, 8 miles S. from Newmarket, 5 S.E. from the Six Mile Bottom station, and 5 S.S.E. from the Dullingham station, both on the Cambridge and Newmarket railway. The church, which is dedicated to St. Peter, is a small old building. The living is a rectory, value £350 per annum, in the patronage of the trustees of the late W.S.P. Wilder. The Primitive Methodists have a chapel here, and there is an Infants' school, with an endowment, amounting to about £3 yearly, supported principally by subscription. Lord Dacre is lord of the manor and the owner of the soil. The area of the parish is 2,200 acres, and the population in 1861 was 402.

Letters arrive from Newmarket at 7.25 a.m. ; dispatched at 7.30 p.m.

  • Lloyd Rev. Robert
  • Wildman Rev. W.S.P.

Trades and Professions

Burgess William shoemaker
Crosby, John surgeon
Ginn Robert tea dealer (website comment: is this where the name Ginty's comes from?)
Long Hanslip farmer, Church farm
Nash Thomas farmer, Carlton Grange
Nice William Bulbrook farmer, Carlton Hall
Oake Thomas farmer
Olley Frederick farmer, Lopham's Hall
Wallman Miss Ellen infant schoolmistress
Westley James farmer
Woods G. grocer, &c
Woods William Axe and Saw
Woollard Sampson shopkeeper