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.

Gentry

Wilder, Rev. William, M.A

Traders

Crosby, John L.

surgeon

Howard, Thomas

farmer

Long, Hanslip

farmer

Nash, Thomas

farmer
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