History of Great Baddow

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Great Baddow, c.1965
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History of Great Baddow >> Post Office Directory 1874

Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - 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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Thomas Adcock, Galleywood
Mrs. Charlotte Bell
Rev. Abraham William Bullen, M.A., vicar, Vineyards
Michael Connell, Baddow Road
John Seabrook Crabb, Branwoods
Mrs. Crabb, Baddow Place
Richard Hatley Crabb, Baddow Place
Rev. Hirzel Carey de Lisle, M.A., vicar, Galleywood
James Duffield, Pondlands
George Malius Earle, Pitt Place
Mrs. Robert French, Baddow Road
James Gaywood
Miss Alice Jane Gilson
Thomas Webb Greene, Q.C., J.P., Baddow Hill
Misses Jane Grove and Ruth Grove, Dynes
Mrs. Henry Hare, Houghtons
Walter Hart
Moses John Hickman
Mrs Mihill
Charles Morgan, Nokes Place
Miss M A Parker, Chelmer Cottage
J. Brittain Pash, Chelmerton Villa
Miss Plum, 9 Baddow Road
Mrs. Ann Pledger, Rothmans
John William Shaw, Foxolds
Thomas Smee, The Yews
Thomas Sorrell
James Tabor, J.P., Baddow Lodge
Thomas Taylor
Arthur Curtis Veley, Adstocks
John Wilson
Sam Adcock, farmer, Galleyhall, Galleywood
William Aldred, fruiterer and furniture dealer
William Beckett, beer retailer and carpenter, Baddow Road
William Bentall, Bell PH
George Bewers, farmer, Great Maskalls
George Bishop, beer retailer
William Black, tailor
John Blanks, blacksmith, Galleywood
Mrs. Mary Blanks, smith and ironmonger
Daniel Bowerman, carter, 1 Baddow Road
George Boyce, boot and shoe maker
James Britten, Running Mare PH, Galleywood
George Brown, Eagle PH, and baker, Galleywood
Thomas Brown, White Bear PH, and farmer, Galleywood
Henry Carter, hay straw and coal dealer

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Potter Offord Carter, boot and shoe maker
Thomas Chaplin, farmer, Sewells and Fillers
George Clark, farmer, Galleywood Common
John Clark, boot and shoe maker
George Cole, farmer, Great Sir Hughes
William Cook, farmer and cattle dealer, White House Farm
Septimus Cottee, baker, Baddow Road
Crabb, Veley and Co. brewers and wine and spirit merchants
Charles Crush, carpenter
Robert Daking, carrier
Thomas Daniels, Admiral Rous PH, Galleywood Common
Frederick Davis, butcher
James Duffield, farmer
Richard Finch, butcher
James Flexman, corn chandler
Simon Fuller, beer retailer, Baddow Road
David Gardener, cowkeeper
John Gibbs, Horse and Groom PH, Galleywood
William Gowlett, shopkeeper, Galleywood
Saul Hardy, gingerbread baker
Walter Hart, surgeon
George Harward, harness maker
Edward Hazell, veterinary surgeon
Charles Heard, Bee Hive PH, Baddow Road
Thomas Horth, tin plate worker and brazier
Robert Howard, farmer and cattle dealer
Robert William Howard, farmer and cattle dealer, Baddow Road
Charles Hutton, farmer, Hi1l Farm
Robert Jackson, engineer, Baddow Road
Solomon Jackson, wheelwright
Miss Eliza Jarvis, shopkeeper, Baddow Road
James Jarvis, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Galleywood
Robert Jones, farmer, Baddow Park
Thomas Josling, baker
Mrs. John Judd, farmer, Galleywood
William Judd, shopkeeper, Galleywood
William Kidd, tailor and assistant overseer
James Liddiard, grocer and draper
George Linn, bricklayer
Mrs. Catherine Lord, dress maker
Mrs. Anna Mayhew, farmer and land.owner, Galleywood Hall Farm
Samuel Mills, farmer, Galleywood Common
Mrs. Sarah Newcombe, Blue Lion PH, and carpenter, Galleywood
Frederick Parlett, farmer, Galleywood
James Patten, King's Head PH, and bricklayer
James Pennack, carpenter
Thomas Phillips, farmer, Little Sir Hughes
Abraham Pilkington, farmer
Henry Poppy, beer retailer, Baddow Road
George Potter, grocer and draper
Thomas Potter, boot and shoe maker, Galleywood
Reuben Rayner, farmer, Galleywood

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Thomas Rolf, registrar of births and deaths, Baddow Road
George Rowland, Blue Lion, and tailor
Robert Rudlin, beer retailer and carpenter
Thomas Reeve Ruffell, plumber and glazier
Mrs. Mary Ann Saltmarsh, shopkeeper, Baddow Road
Henry Saltwell, beer retailer
Samuel Sewell, miller, Galleywood
William Sewell, White Horse
Charles Simmons, farmer, Great Seabrights
George Simpson, farmer, Parklands
James Sirnpson , farmer, Well House, Galleywood
John Sparrow, blacksmith
Elijah Sorrell, farmer, Oakmans, Galleywood
George Southgate, baker and corn dealer
William Spight and Henry Spight, farmers and brick makers, Galleywood
Mrs. Elizabeth Staines, dress maker, Baddow Road
Charles Stannard, grocer and china dealer, and post office
Mrs. Martha Stevens , milliner, Galleywood
John Taylor, beer retailer, Galleywood
George Henry Wilson, sheriff's assistant, Baddow Road
David Wright, pig jobber

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