History of Epping

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History of Epping >> White's Directory 1863

White's Directory of Essex 1863 - 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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Those marked:
1 are in Epping Upland
2, at Epping Green
3 are in Rye Hamlet

John Abrey, Esq.
2 Mrs S. Adams
John Dunham Amys, solicitor (Windus and Amys)
Hon. John Anthony Ashley, Copt Hall
Thomas William Bamfield, clerk
Edmund Butcher, cooper, basket maker. etc.,
George Champness estate agent, builder, etc.
Mr Charles Chappell
Miss Curtois
Edward Clarke, hay and straw dealer
Joseph Clegg, surgeon,
Mrs Ann Clements and Henry Clements, gent.
Mrs Elizabeth Clements and Louisa Clements
Thomas Coell, maltster
Thomas Wheeler Cooper, saddler and leather dealer
William Cottis and Son, iron founders and machine and implement manufacturers
Samuel Cuzens, fishmonger
Rev. John Teesdale Davis, M.P.
Misses Rachel Day and Sarah Day
Charles Chandler Egerton, Esq., Kendal Lodge
Samuel Flower, carrier to London
Mrs Gattrill
Mrs P. Hudson
Mr William Griffin
Mrs Mary Foster
William Goldsmith, veterinary surgeon
John Rose Gould, brewer, etc,
Frederick Griffiths, printer, stationer, etc.
Joseph Hammond, police sergeant
James Hills, fishmonger
George Hine, auctioneer, valuer, etc., Jigging Farm
Mrs Holtaway
Misses Sinde
Thomas Hoy, tinner and brazier
William Brooke Ingham, spirit merchant and shoemaker
John Jarvis, Esq.
John Jessop, druggist

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Arthur Charles Judges, surgeon
George Lawrence, auctioneer, builder, etc.
Alfred Legg, printer, stationer, etc.
2 John Littlechild, gardener
Thomas Loft Esq.
Richard Laxton, Esq.
Daniel Robert McNab, surgeon
Duncan Robert McNab, surgeon
Walter Charles Metcalfe, solicitor: and clerk to the magistrates, etc.
1 Rev. Henry Lyttleton Neave, M.A., vicar
Charles O1iver gent.
Mrs. A Mills.
William Henry Luard Pattisson, police supt.
Mr Isaac Payne
Mrs Parsley
Mr Frederick Payne, registrar of marriages
Mr William Pearson
Miss Reynolds
James Reddington, poulterer, etc.
Daniel Reid, Esq., Epping Plain
Misses Rogers
Mrs L. Punter
Thomas Flanders Rowland, druggist, etc.
Misses Sarah Rumbold and Jane Rumbold
William Saward coach builder, etc.
Mr Gabriel Slater
Mrs Taylor
Mr John Henry Smee
William James Thomas
Harry Teverson, relieving officer
Rev. Thomas Ridout Tuck, M.A., incumbent of St. John's
Delamore Wadeson, gentleman
Edward Wakeling, carrier to London
Mr William Waller
James Wood, toy dealer
James White, chimney sweeper.
John Whiteman, Esq., Theydon Grove
Windus and Amys, solicitors
John William Windus, solicitor, union clerk and supt. registrar, etc.
Mrs Jane Windus, and Misses M. Windus and E. Windus.
Mr Benjamin Winstone
Edward Winter, pawnbroker and upholsterer

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