History of Billericay

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History of Billericay >> White's Directory 1863

White's Directory of Essex 1863 - list of inhabitants.

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Beerhouses.
Benson James
Freeman Daniel
Steward Jacob
Theobald Ephraim
Wheal John

Blacksmiths.
Makings Sarah
Osborne Edward

Boot and Shoe Makers.
Bastard Samuel
Dove Jesse
Gentry Thomas
Hummerston William
Joslin Joseph
Stebbing Edmund
Warren James
Waylett James
Whistler William
Whistler William, jun.

Bricklayers.
Curtis Samuel
Gentry John
Gentry Samuel
Gentry Thomas

Butchers.
Cooper Sarah
Oddey John
Orton John
Peck John
Richardson Daniel
Sewell Joseph

Carpenters and Builders.
Burrell Thomas, jun.
Curtis George
Mumford Richard
Ruffell William

Confectioners.
Cheveley James
Dennis Rebecca
Palmer Eliza

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Corn Factors.
Cole George, miller
Miller James
Pease T. and W.
Tyler Philip
Wood Finch, miller

Grocers, etc.
Archer Mrs B.
Collins George
Emerson Henry
Houghton Caleb
Lloyd George
Marsh George
Miller Mary
Moore William
Moms Frederick
Sewell Joseph
Speller William
Tunbridge John

Linen and Woollen Drapers.
Emerson Henry John
Houghton Caleb
Moore William
Oliver Thomas
Tunbridge John

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Marine Store Dealers.
Lloyd George
Savill George
Theobald Ephraim

Milliners, etc.
Baker M. and E.
Scott Phoebe
Upson Hannah

Painters, Plumbers, and Glaziers.
Bassom Susan
Cox Thomas
Orbell John

Saddlers and Harness Makers.
Burgess George
Upson George

Straw Hat Makers.
Cheveley James
Oliver Thomas, and clothier

Surgeons.
Carter William, registrar
Day John Starling
Raine George White

Tailors.
Clark Thomas
Hawkes Edward, and stationer
Smith John Henry

Wheelwrights.
Caton Joseph
Parker Abraham
Upson William

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Billericay - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Billericay - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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