History of Buckhurst Hill

Buckhurst Hill Station, ref. 73932
Buckhurst Hill Station, 1895
Reproduced courtesy of Francis Frith.

History of Buckhurst Hill >> Post Office Directory 1874

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Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - list of inhabitants.

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Note: the directory lists the names in the following order: Surname, First Name. It also abbreviates names. These have been reversed and typed in full to assist research.

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Mark Abrams, Queen's Road
Rev. Richard Allen, M.A., Queen's Road
J.L. Allen, Buckhurst Hill House
William Babington, Queen's Road
Edward Bailey, Queen's Road
William Charles Barnes, Oak Hall
George Bassett, Queen's Road
Edward Bernard, New Road
James Biddell, Queen's Road
Mrs. Bilton, Queen's Road
William Edward Bodle, Palmerston Road
John Bosher, Queen's Road
James Bourne, Palmerston Road
Samuel Elwin Brand, M.D., Chestnuts
John Breeze, Queensborough Villa
William Brett, Queen's Road
Samuel Robert Brewerton, Queen's Road
Charles Brooks, Queen's Road
Mrs. Brown, Elizabeth, King's Place
Robert Bullwinckle, Princess Road
James Burch, New Road
William Henry Burgoyne, Palmerston Road
John Butcher, Queen's Road
Alfred Henry Capman, Ormonde House
William Carter, Palmerston Road
William John Cattiewell, Princess Road
Rev. W.H. Charlesworth, Congregational, Palmerston Road
Arthur Chilton, Melrose Villas
Mark Clark, King's Place
Joseph Clarkson, Victoria Road
Frank William Coleman, Palmerston Road
Nathaniel William Collyer, Benton, Queen's Road
Thomas Cornfield, Queen's Road
Joseph Connor, Queen's Road
Frederick Cory, M.D. Queen's Road
Henry Cousens, Queen's Road
James Coutts, The Lodge
Robert Cover
Mrs. Mary Cox, Princess Road
Lott Crow, Queen's Road
Peter Dalyrimple, Princess Road
William Davey, Palmerston Road
Henry Davis, Princess Road
William Davis, Gladstone Road
Walter Day, New Road
Richard Deacon, Sutherland House
Frederick Deck, King's Place Road
Thomas Dunn, Queen's Road
Stephen Smith Duvall, Loughton Road
George Eaton, Warren Road
Charles James Edwards, Queen's Road
Henry Edwards, Queen's Road
Edmund Elliott, St. John's Terrace
William Elliss, Palmerston Road
Charles Frederick Evans, Palmerston Road
Philip Evans, King's Place Road
Richard Frederick Evans, Princess Road
Mrs. Margaret Fenn, Queen's Road
Mrs. Jane Fenner, Loughton Road
Edward Fisher, King's Place Road
Philip Fitch, Princess Road
William Foottit, Starling Lodge
J.A. Forman, Princess Road
Bartholomew Francis Fowler, Princess Road
Benjamin Thornton Fowler, Queen's Road
William Foyne, Back Road
Bartholomew Francis, Princess Road
Alexander Fraser, Devon House
George Freeborn, Victoria Road
Peter Clement Fryers, Church Road
Charles Gilbert, Princess Road
George Godwin, Loughton Road
James Goodwin, The Cottage, Queen's Road
Frederick Gordon, Ellerslie
Alfred Griffin, Westbury Road
Thomas Hack, Queen's Road
Joseph Halsey, Queen's Road
Francis Hammond, Princess Road
William Bennett Hammond, Queen's Road
Edwin Handler, Palmerton Road
Charles Hannay, Princess Road
Thomas Harris, Princess Road
John Hatch, Princess Road
Clerk Ratray Hatton, Queen's Road
James Heath, Palmerston Road
Henry Hembrow, Princess Road
James Henderson, Stag Lane
John Higgins, Victoria Road
Thomas Hodgson, Albert Road
Thomas Hughes, Queen's Road
Joseph Hunt, St. John's Terrace
Charles John Jarvis, Princess Road
James Johnstone, Princess Road
Isaac King, Princess Road
George Lee, Princess Road
Miss Emiline Lewis, Queen's Road
Thomas Lockett, Queen's Road
Charles Henry Lovatt, Princess Road
Mrs. Kezia Lynder, Queen's Road
Samuel Lynder , Loughton Road
John Lyon, Princess Road
John Marshall , King's Place
John William Marshall, Princess Road
Henry Maul, Queen's Road
Frederick Maxwell, Princess Road
Oliver May, Albert Road

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Buckhurst Hill - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Buckhurst Hill - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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