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Kirkley or Kirkelea

In 1764, the lordship of this parish was vested in Richmond Garneys, Esq.: it now belongs to the same persons as Pye's manor, &c., in Gissleham. In 1764, the church was in ruins; it has since been repaired, chiefly at the expense of the Rev. John Tanner, late vicar of Lowestoft, then Commissary and Official in the Archdeaconry of Suffolk. The patronage is in the representative of the Garneys family.

CHARITIES. An allotment of about 13 acres was awarded on an inclosure, for the use and benefit of poor persons residing in this parish, the rents of which amount to about 14; which is given in winter, in coals, to poor people of the village.

County of Suffolk

Topographical and Genealogical, The County of Suffolk, 1844, Augustine Page

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