History of Great Waltham

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History of Great Waltham >> 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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Rev. Robert Edward Bartlett, M.A., Vicarage
William James Cheveley
Robert Dannatt
Major Gen. Charles Gostling, R.A., Waltham House
Rev. John Littlewood, B.A., curate
Mrs. Simmons, Wall Farm
George Skill, Ford. End
Henry Sorrell
John Joliffe Tufnell, J.P., Langleys
William Tufnell, J.P., Waltham House
Rev. Bartholomew Stephen Yolland, M.A., vicar, Ford End
John Armstrong, farmer, Hill Farm, Ford End
George Bedwell, shoe maker, Ford End
John Bentall, fanner, Old Park Farm
Mrs. Harriet Bigg, baker
Mrs. Eliza Boultwood, shopkeeper
George Brand, pig dealer, North End
Henry James Brewer and Co. grocers and drapers
Mrs. George Brewster, farmer, Howe Street
Miss Sarah Brewster, ladies' school
Mrs. Thomas Burr, farmer, Little Apple Trees
Lewis Walter Campen, White Hart PH
George Robert Cobb, land steward to J.J. Tufnell, Chatham Hall
James Coe, wheelwright
Samuel Coe, beer retailer, Ford End
Jonas Coote, farmer, Fitzjohns Farm
James Crozier, beer retailer, Littley Green
Samuel Crozier, pig dealer
George Dalby, Compasses, Littley Green
Robert Dannatt, jun., land and house
agent and registrar of births and deaths
William Dannatt, farmer, Margate Woods
Charles Dowsett, bricklayer
George Dowsett, bricklayer
Henry Dowsett, beer retailer and bricklayer
Herbert Dowsett, farmer, Park Gate
James Dowsett, landowner and farmer, Poulters
Philip Reuben Dowsett, farmer, Walthambury

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Robert Dowsett, bricklayer
Thomas Dowsett, farmer
William Dowsett, bricklayer
Edmund Franklin, tailor
John Fulcher, beer retailer and cattle dealer
William Gage, Spread Eagle PH, Ford End
Charles Harrison Gray, maltster, Howe Street
Abraham Green, post master
Mrs. Ann Green, Green Man PH, Howe Street
Joseph Harris, Rose and Crown PH
John Hasler, farmer, Chatham Green
Thomas Hasler, blacksmith, Ford End
Charles Hawkes, miller, Chatham Green
George Hempstead, blacksmith, Howe Street
William Hitchcock, farmer, Humphreys
Mrs. Henry Holland, farmer, Chatham Green
Thomas Josling, farmer, Chatham Green
William Josling, farmer, Littley Park
Henry Lambert, farmer, Old Shaws
Mrs. Elizabeth Lucking, shopkeeper, Howe Street
George Lucking, farmer, Owen's Farm
Robert Lucking, butcher
William Lucking, butcher and blacksmith
George Mead, farmer, Hyde
George Milbank, farmer, Green End Farm
Mrs. Mary Milbank, carpenter
William Oswald Newman, farmer, Absol Park Farm
Mrs. Nicholls, shopkeeper
Mrs. Susannah Phillips, shopkeeper
Puffett William, farmer, Israel's Farm
Benjamin Pyne, farmer, South House
James Reeve, beer retailer and shopkeeper
Thomas Dixon Ridley, miller, Howe Street
Alfred Rogers, plumber and glazier
John Root, farmer, Graveley's Farm
Frederick Rust, farmer and corn dealer
John George Rust, farmer, Ball's Farm
Alfred Skill, farmer and landowner, North End Farm
Charles Srnoothy, grocer and draper
Mrs. Ann Snow, Butcher's Arms PH, North End
Benjamin Snow, farmer, Fitzandrew's Farm
William Snow, Six Bells Inn, and butcher
William Snow, jun., carpenter and uudertaker
James Sorrell, farmer, butcher and cattle dealer
James Stock, farmer, Walnut Trees Farm
Joseph Tyler, Windmill PH
Joseph Ward, farmer
Alfred Wilkerson, saddler and harness maker
Samuel Willers, harness maker
GeorgeYoung, blacksmith
Solomon Young, farmer and veterinary surgeon, North End

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