History of Doddinghurst
All Saints Church, Doddinghurst.
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History of Doddinghurst >> Post Office Directory 1874
Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - list of inhabitants.
If you wish to trace any of these people on the census returns, he nearest census date for this 1874 directory is the 1871 census.
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.
My ancestor lived here at this time, but why aren't they listed here? Answer: Not everyone appeared in a trade directory. Please read our Trade Directories article.
You should also consider newspaper archives. With millions of pages now online, there is always the possibility of finding articles featuring your ancestors. Discover how to explore newspaper archives.
John Mason, parish clerk
Elizabeth Lodge, school mistress
Rev. William Manbey M.A. , rector, Rectory
Bramston Baker, farmer, Doddinghurst Hall
William Bloomfield, farmer, America Farm
Philip Brown, Swan, Kelvedon Common
Henry Day, farmer
Daniel Day, farmer
George Eve, farmer, Park Wood
John Godfrey, blacksmith, Kelvedon Common
Henry Lagden, farmer Park Farm
William Lagden, farmer
Richard Littlechild, farmer, Wishfields
Sarah Littlechild, farmer
John Maryon, beer retailer, Kelvedon Common
John Mason, farmer and parish clerk
Alfred Mills, farmer, Swallow's Cross
James Mitchell, farmer, Blue House Farm
John Rolph, farmer, Place Farm
William Smith, shopkeeper, Kelvedon Common
Robert Thorogood, farmer, Peartree Green
Samuel Fairey Whitnall, shopkeeper, Kelvedon Common
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Doddinghurst - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Doddinghurst - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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Kelvedon Hatch, 1840 - 1920: A Guided Tour
Go on a guided tour of Kelvedon Hatch, Essex, during the 19th and early 20th centuries (includes the Fox Hatch part of Doddinghurst). With the help of photographs, newspapers, parish records and census returns, the story of each house is revealed, as are the lives of some of their occupants.
It was a parish of many contrasts: from wealthy land-owners living in grand Georgian mansions with numerous servants, to agricultural workers struggling against poverty in overcrowded and dilapidated cottages. Discover how the landscape changed after the common land was enclosed, and how farmers struggled to cope with the agricultural depression. Find out about the role of the parish in WW1 when it was at the front line of Britain's fight against the Zeppelins. See how the new school was established and functioned, and why a new parish church was built. There are stories of crime, bankruptcy, poverty, scandal, revenge, leisure and migration.
Even if you have never been to Kelvedon Hatch, with the help of detailed maps and photographs, you will find yourself immersed in its history.
128 pages, 11 maps and diagrams, 77 black and white photographs
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