High Street, Epping, 1921Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Epping >> White's Directory 1848
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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 1 are in Epping Upland; 2 at Epping Green; 3 at Ryehill; others are in the town, or where specified; those marked * are in Theydon parishes, on the South East side of the time
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Mr. John Abrey
Rev. Joseph Alcott
Richard Bullock Andrews, solicitor and clerk to the magistrate
* Hon. Adolphus Frederick Capel, Theydon House
* Edward Champness, master of Union Workhouse
* Thomas Champness, auctioneer, Abridge
Rev. Samuel Chancellor (Independent)
Mr. Charles Chapman
Mr. Charles Chappel
Thomas Coel, maltster
Henry John Conyers, Esq., Copped Hall
Samuel Cozens, fishmonger
Mrs. Ann Curtoys
Joseph Earle, surgeon and druggist
Rev. John Eaton B.A., curate
Charles Egerton, Esq., Kendal Lodge
Mrs Catherine Forster and Mary Forster, stay makers
Joseph Franklin, glover and breeches maker
James Griffin, butler
Thomas Godwin, police superintendent and inspector of weights and measures
John Rose Gould, brewer
Frederick Griffith, bookseller, printer
William Grimsdick, parish clerk
Misses M.L. and C.C. Hinde
Mrs. Fanny Windus Holtway
* Mrs. Houblon and Archer Richard Houblon, Esq., Coopersale House
Charles Hutley, locksmith and bellhanger
Mrs. Sarah Oliver Ingham
* Alice Jeffrey, matron, Workhouse
Charles William Jones, solicitor
Samuel Latham, Esq.
Mrs. Christiana Linsell
2 John Littlechild, gardener, etc.
Daniel Robert McNab, surgeon
Mr. William Mansell
* William Coxhead Marsh, Esq., Park Hall
* John Maynard, teacher, Workhouse school
Charles Anthony Merryman
George Moore, registrar and house and insurance agent
Harriet Morris, stationer
1 Rev. Henry Lyttleton M.A., vicar
William Patman, gentleman
Frederick Payne, registrar of marriages
Mrs. Sarah Payne, Vale Cottage
Daniel Reid, Esq., Epping Plain
Thomas Rowlands, druggist, and wine dealer
Rev. Richard Sale M.A., incumbent of St. John's
William Saward, coach builder, etc.
Gabriel Slater, Esq.
Rev. Sir Edward Bowyer Smijth, Hill Hall
Sir Peter Buckworth-Herne Soame (and Heydon Hall)
John Thurlow, gentleman
Mr. Edward Viles
Mrs. S.S. Tidy
* John Claremont Whiteman, Esq., The Grove
Mrs. Sarah Windus
John Windus, solicitor and union clerk
Miss Dorothy Williams
Edward Winter, pawnbroker, etc.
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Inns and Taverns.
Robert Harvey, Bell
James Hammond, Black Lion
1 Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Chequers
George Tweed, Cock
2 Louisa Newman, Cock and Magpie
Stephen Ellis, Duke of Wellington
David Brown, Duke of York
Thomas Hobbs, George and Dragon
Richard Fairchild, Globe
Isaac Payne, Royal Oak
William Marrable, Sun
William Smith, Thatched House
George Wright, White Hart
James Grout, White Horse
Henry Clark, White Lion
Edward Wakeling, White Swan
Mary Ann Giffin
Richard Shergold and Mary Brown, National School
Misses Ann Underton and Hannah Underton
Rev. Thomas Usmar D.C.L.
George Varney, British School
Thomas James Wilson
2 William Baltrop
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