Hadleigh

Hadleigh, an interesting old market-town of Suffolk, on the Bret, 9½ m. W. of Ipswich; its cloth trade dates back to 1331; Guthrum, the Danish king, died here in 889, and Dr. Rowland Taylor suffered martyrdom in 1555. Also a small parish of Essex, near the N. shore of the Thames estuary, 37 m. E. of London, where in 1892 the Salvation Army planted their farm-colony.

Population (circa 1900) given as 3,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Hadji * Hadley, James
Hachette, Jeanne
Hackländer
Hackney
Haco V.
Haddington
Haddingtonshire
Haden, Sir Francis Seymour
Hades
Hadith
Hadji
Hadleigh
Hadley, James
Hadley, John
Hadramaut
Hadrian
Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich
Häfiz
Hagar
Hagedorn
Hagen
Hagenau

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