Clavering, Church End 1959Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Clavering >> White's Directory 1863
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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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Marked 2 are at Hill Green, 3 at Sterlings Green, and 4 at Ford-End.
Thomas Brett, M.D., and surgeon, Curl's Green
George Button, parish clerk
Rev. J.G. Carpenter, (Independent)
John Deards, plumber, painter, etc.
2 Charles Green, saddler, etc.
Rev. Thomas William Henry Gurney, M.A., vicarage
Mrs Sarah Orgar, butcher
Mrs Portway, boarding school
Miss Rollinson, National School
William Savill, British schoolmaster
Robert Spencer, corn miller
A. Watson, Esq., Curl's Manor House
Thomas Westwood, victualler, Fox and Hounds
3 William Barker
Thomas Stock Bush
4 William Bush
2 Henry Clarke
John Frederick Clark
4 John Mason
4 John Nottage
4 Joseph Pilgrim
R. H. Rolfe, maltster
William Savill, Curls
John Hall Spencer
George Waylett, and cooper
2 George Burgess
Boot and Shoemakers.
2 Joseph Perry
2 James Westwood
Thomas Stock Bush
Shopkeepers (* are Bakers.)
* James Barnard
* Henry Pavitt
3 Samuel Bunting
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