History of Fryerning

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Fryerning, the Green, c.1965
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History of Fryerning >> White's Directory 1848

White's Directory of Essex 1848 - 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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See also Ingatestone.

Henry Arundell, Esq., Furze Hall
William Butler, Esq.
William Gibson Clift, coach maker
John Dawson, gentleman, Hill House
Daniel Dennis, bricklayer
John May Edwards, surgeon
Robert Eve, coal merchant (and Paddington)
Mrs. Mary Anne Griffin
Rev. Benjamin Haytor, independent minister
Capt. William Kortwright, St. Leonard's
Richard Lewis, surgeon and registrar
Webb Overhead, cooper
Rev. G. Price M.A., rector of Fryening
John Wiffen, corn dealer
Elizabeth Wooley, saddler, etc.

Farmers.
Richard Boyton
George Bridge, Ray Farm
John Lawrence
John Reda
James Rolph
Samuel Willis, Fryening Hall
William Windley, Wood Barnes
Thomas Wright, St. Leonard's Farm

Inns and Taverns.
William Brock, Anchor, (and hair dresser)
Elizabeth Brock, Ipswich Arms
William Miles, Royal Oak
Robert Talboot, Spread Eagle

Academies.
L. Burningham
Mrs. Cunstance
John Tabrum
Mary Tuck

Bakers, etc.
Edward Baker
James Bradbrook
Thomas Raven

Beer Houses.
Daniel Dennis
Eliza Turnidge

Blacksmiths.
George Hewitt
Samuel Richardson

Butchers.
Mary Finch
George Ratcliffe

Carpenters.
Daniel Cant
John Hewitt
William Hewitt
Joseph Thompson

Druggists, etc.
M.A. Benson
Henry Edmund Smith

Gardeners.
Alexander Hogg (nursery and seedsman)

Grocers and Drapers.
John Baker
William Smith

Shopkeepers.
Daniel Cant
William Dixey
John Roome

Tailors.
Ebenezer Hockley
John Jarvis

Veterinary Surgeons.
George King
William Welton

Wheelwrights.
Edward Thompson
George Waters

Sarah Clay, milliner
Henry Gardiner, plumber, painter

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Fryening - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Fryening - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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