History of Great Totham

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History of Great Totham >> 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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James Barbrook, parish clerk
William Butcher, earthenware manufacturer
Robert Cook, blacksmith
James Crumpen, victualler, Bull
Rev. Thomas Ffotte Gower B.A., vicar (and rector of Snoreham)
Isaac Greengrass, victualler, Compasses
Isaac Mazengard, butcher
Joseph Martin, gardener, Beacon Hill
William Nunn, beerhouse
Mr. John Ruggles
William Scarf, victualler, May Pole
Mr. Charles Turner, Walden House

Farmers.
Emta. Argent
Mary Brown
Robert Clark, (timber merchant and brick, tile and drain maker,) Brick Hall
Charles Eve
John Frederick Green
Isaac Foster, Fanners
William Goodday, Mountains
James Grout, (and wheelwright)
Thomas King
Thomas Hazell
William Larkin (brick, tile, and pipe maker)
Alfred May
William Nunn
John Payne, Sheepcotes
Walter Wakeling
William Wendon
James Whitehead (and miller), Bushes
James Wood, Osey Island (and Goldhanger)
John Wood, Lofts (and Langford)

Carpenters.
George Gentry (and machine maker)
George Gentry, jun.

Schools.
Mrs. Jolliffe
Lydia Spooner

Shoemakers.
James Crumpen
Peter Crumpen
Isaac Potter

Shopkeepers.
James Cottee
Jemima Goodday
William Moor, miller
William Polley

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Great Totham - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Great Totham - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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