History of Buckhurst Hill

Photo of Buckhurst Hill, the Church 1923, ref. 73932
Buckhurst Hill, the Church 1923
Reproduced courtesy of Francis Frith.

History of Buckhurst Hill >> Post Office Directory 1874

Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - list of inhabitants.

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Charles Mellish, New Road
Henry John Merriman, Princess Road
William Millard, Victoria Road
Joshua Moore, Holly Lodge
Edward Sharman Morris, White Hall Lane
Robert Muir, New Road
Rev. Isaac Vale Mummery, Loughton Road
Charles Mutell, Queen's Road
George Naish, Princes Road
William Newberry, Palmerston Road
Robert Newham, Queen's Road
Thomas Nichols, Princess Road
Thomas William Nicholson, High Road
William Norman, Queen's Road
Emile Ochenbein, Stag Lane
James Palmer, Princess Road
C.W. George Pearne, Palmerston Road
Miles Henry Pennington, Princess Road
John Pond, Princess Road
Samuel Pope, Princess Road
Mrs. Jane Poultney, High Road
Nathaniel Powell, J.P.
John Lewis Ratto, Albert Road
Digory Reed, Queen's Road
Christopher Robins, King's Place
John Robins, Princess Road
James Rofe, Princess Road
William Rogers, Palmerston Road
William Rundell, Palmerston Road
John Saunders, Princess Road
Robert Say, Palmerston Road
Neil Schotter, Princess Road
Arthur Silberrad, High Road
William Skene, M.D., St.John's Terrace
John William Sloughgrove, Queen's Road
Alexander Smith, Queen's Road
Augustus Smith, New Road
James Smith, Queen's Road
Mrs. Francis Jane Smith, Princess Road
William Snow, Princess Road
Henry Stap, King's Place
John Stape, Albert Road
Thomas George Stutter, Princess Road
Joseph Tanner, New Road
Robert Thomas Thatcher, Princess Road
Charles Thomas, Palmerston Road
Robert Todman, Princess Road
Edward Tomkins, Queen's Road
William Topham, Palmerston Road
James Tyler, Victoria Road
Mrs. Mary Ann Vince, King's Place
Charles Walker, Princess Road
Duncan Wallett, Westbury Lodge
George Walton, Albert Road
George Warman, Queen's Road
John Phillip Weatherman, Palmeston Road
John Westwood, Princess Road
Thomas Whitley, Princess Road
Alexander Willis, Melrose Cottage
Benjamin Winch, Princess Road
William Winsor, Queen's Road
Thomas Wise, Albert Road
Reuben Wooder, Church Road
William Woolwridge, Queen's Road
William Wrenn, Palmerston Road
William Thomas Wright, Queen's Road
Andrew Yates, Erin Villa

John Abraham, grocer, Queen's Road
William Alexander, Reindeer PH, New Road
Henry Bailey, chemist, Queen's Road
James Bailey, carter
Thomas James Banks, draper, Queen's Road
Thomas Basden, greengrocer, Queen's Road
Henry Richard Bennett, Title Deed Tavern PH, Queen's Road
John Bolland, pork butcher, Queen's Road
Robert Britten, ironmonger, Queen's Road
Robert Bullock, chemist
Daniel Carter, fruiterer, Queen's Road
Robert Carter, undertaker, Queen's Road
Mrs. Selina Clark, dressmaker, Queen's Road
Clements Sidney and Co. wine merchants, Queen's Road
John Coakes, berlin warehouse, Queen's Road
Isaac Death, baker, New Road
Thomas Ducker, watch maker, Queen's Road
Mrs. Mary Ann Edwards, china dealer, Queen's Road
John Egan, builder, Queen's Road
Frederick Fawcett, grocer, Queen's Road
Samuel Fenn, baker, Queen's Road
Albert Field, estate agent, Princess Road
Henry French, baker, New Road
Charles Fuller, butcher, Queen's Road
Henry Giblin, shopkeeper, Queen's Road
James Girling and Henry Girling, coal merchants, Railway Station
Mrs. Mary Ann Greagsby, Prince of Wales PH, Queen's Road
John Green, Roebuck PH
John Harris, butcher, Queen's Road
William Harris, house agent, Queen's Road
Edward John Holwell, house and land agent, Queen's Road
Mrs. Frances Hough, haberdasher, Queen's Road
James Howard, carpenter, Princess Road
Robert Hunter, boot maker, Queen's Road
Henry James, carpenter and builder, Stag Lane
Frederick Jessop, grocer, Queen's Road
William Ketts, livery stables
Mrs. Elizabeth Lake, shopkeeper
Henry Lock, Bald Faced Stag PH
Mrs. Mary Ann Love, shopkeeper
Mrs. Mary Ann Mayriss, milliner, Queen's Road
William Munday, tailor, Queen's Road
John Newman, station master
James Nicholls, stone and marble mason, Queen's Road Thomas Pearce, grocer, Queen's Road
John Peele, boot maker, Queen's Road
John William John Perrin, boot maker, Queen's Road
Walter Pike, stationer, Queen's Road
Thomas Pilkington, beer retailer, Queen's Road
Charles Pitt, hair dresser, Queen's Road
William Pratt, bookseller, Queen's Road
Henry Radley and George Radley, blacksmith, Princess Road
John Roberts, Three Colts PH, Princess Road
Jeremiah Rose, boot and shoe maker
Miss Louisa Rudge, post and telegraph office
James Seymour, beer retailer, New Road
William Skene, M.D., surgeon, St. John's Terrace
Joseph South, nurseryman. Queeen's Road
Misses Elizabeth Jane Sproston and Harriet Sproston, young ladies' school, Princess Road
Henry Teverson, butcher, Queen's Road
Edward Walker, oilman, Queen's Road
Charles Waters, baker, Queen's Road
Ephraim Wells, builder, Queen's Road
George White, Railway Tavern PH
Richard Martin White, corset maker, Queen's Road
Miss Wond, fancy repository, Queen's Road
Charles Henry Wood, boot maker, Queen's Road
Charles William Wood, grocer, Queen's Road
William Wood, boot maker, Queen's Road
Thomas Wooding, grocer, Queen's Road
Henry Woolridge, corn dealer, Queen's Road
James Wright, furniture dealer, Qneen's Road
John Wright, linen draper, Queen's Road
William Wright, blacksmith, Queen's Road

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

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