History of Epping

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History of Epping >> Pigot's Directory 1823

Pigot's Directory of Essex 1823 - 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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Ann Burton
George Palmer
Isaac Payne
B P Severn

Richard Andrews
John Pate
William Windows

Thomas Champness
W P Dorrington

Joseph Abrey (and confectioner)
Michael Alter
William Hawes

Benjamin Barlthrop
john Gilderson
John Miller
Gabriel Slater

William McMurdie

Boot and Shoe Makers.
Fred Adcan
William Giffin
George Hummerston
William Ingham

Joseph Tubman
Stephen Turner

Corn Factors.
Joseph Arbrey
Jacob Watson

Benjamin Doubleday (and ironmonger)
William Haslam
James Wotton

Cock, Elizabeth Stokes
Thatched House, Walter Tweed

Joseph Hoy

Joiners and Builders.
Thomas Champness
Thomas Lovett
John Palmer

Linen and Woollen Drapers.
William Haslam
Joseph Rankin
James Walton

Thomas Coell
Jonathan Parker

Nursurymen and Seedsmen.
John Brown
Samuel Ditcham

Painters, Plumbers, and Glaziers.
William Basham
Ann Clark
John Foster

P S Borum
William Phipps

Edward Griffin
Thomas Loft
D R McNabb

F Adcane
William Haslam
Joseph Mantle
Henry Porter
Jeremiah Wood

Taverns and Public Houses.
Bell, Robert Harvey
Black Lion, Timothy Tofts
Duke of Wellington, Henry Heath
George, Bernard Thurgood
Globe, Richard Fairchild
Harp, Samuel Champness
Sun, Thomas Cooper
Swan, John Nicholls
White Hart, George Wright
White Horse, William Pinsent
White Lion, Charles Clark

Wine and Spirit Merchants.
Thomas Argies
William Ingram

Thomas Argles, bankers agent
William Burrell, tanner
T Champness, land surveyor
Edmund Champness, perfumer
William Dorrington, cabinet maker
Joseph Franklin, glove
Elizabeth Gregory, milliner
Reynold Heath, bricklayer
Joseph Hey, brazier and tin plate worker
L Lawrence, dress maker
Charles Marrable, plasterer
John Marson, chair maker
Henry Pasby, earthenware dealer
George Pollard, corn maker
John Pratt, watch and clock maker
Thomas Rowhands, chemist and druggist
G Slater, wheelwright
Thomas Surridge, cooper

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