History of Foulness
Private house once the King's Head PH, Foulness.
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History of Foulness >> 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.
Rev. Samuel Neale Dalton, M.A., rector
Jonathan and Isabella Ballanger and Elizabeth Smith, millers, farmers and grocers
John Bird, baker
James Clark, farm bailiff
Charles Clay Harvey, farmer
John Laver, farmer
Henry Matthams, King's Head PH, and farmer
William Mead, saddler and harness maker
Llewellyn Owen, farmer
Mrs. Mary Potton, farmer
George Smith, miller
Elijah Thornton, blacksmith and shopkeeper
William Threadgold, blacksmith
James Walsh, shopkeeper
William George Willsmer, George and Dragon Inn
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Foulness - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Foulness - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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