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Ellingham Hall Ellingham Whellan’s Directory On Sheet A large And neat mansion
Hall Mr. Thos Main, Steward 21.16 in a Sheltered Situation at
Ellingham Mr. David Colville the east end of Ellingham
Hall Village having good garden
Ellingham Mr. Revd. Chas Thorp And Suitable offices attached.
Hall There is a portion of the west
end neatly fitted up for a
Roman Catholic Chapel And a
Chaplain, Consistently kept here
It is the property of Sir John
Haggerston Bart
Post Office Post Office Same Authorities On Sheet A Small Cottage, at Elling
21.16 -ham School; a portion of
which, is used as a Post office
It is the property of the Vicar
of Ellingham –
Black Bridge Black Bridge Same Authorities On Sheet A Small, township bridge
21.16 of one arch, across the
Long Nanny; And on the
road leading from Ellingham
to Preston, And Close to
the latter. Origin of name
unknown –

Note: Unsigned

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