History of Great Waltham

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Great Waltham, c.1965
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History of Great Waltham >> White's Directory 1863

White's Directory of Essex 1863 - 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. Oliver Brand (Independent)
Henry Brewer, postmaster
James Boultwood, cooper
Thomas Boultwood, gamekeeper
William James Cheveley, gentleman
Robert George Cobb, land steward
Robert Dannatt, schoolmaster
Charles James Dowsett, George Dowsett, Robert Dowsett, and William Dowsett, bricklayers
Rev. James Hardwick Dyer, B.D., vicar
Henry Hencher,schoolmaster
Isaac Ives, gardener
Mrs Joscelyne
Mrs Mead
Fanny Joslyn, schoolmistress
James Lucking, farm bailiff
Henry Sewell, plumber, painter, etc.
Henry Sorrell, cattle dealer
John Joliffe Tufnell, Esq., Langleys
J.J. Tufnell, jun., Esq., Waltham House
James Tunbridge, parish clerk
Rev. Robert Webb, curate of Little Waltham, and surrogate
Solomon Young, veterinary surgeon

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Farmers. (* are Owners.)
* Samuel Adams, and miller
George Brewster
Robert Brewster
Thomas Burr * Jonas Coote
* Robert Dannatt, jun., registrar, manure manufacturer, and miller
* James Dowsett, Poulters
* Philip Dowsett
Thomas Dowsett
Abraham Emberson
* John Hasler
William Hitchcock
* Thomas Hodges
Henry Holland
Thomas Josling
* William Josling
Wilson Lucking
Richard Lee, Hyde Hall
Mrs Maryon
Edward Mead
Frederick Mead
Mary Rolph
William Oswald Newman, Absol Park
William Ripper and James Ripper, Garnett's
Frederick Rust
William Ruffett
Charles Skill
* Alfred Skill
Benjamin Snow
Peter Snow
James Stock
* William Townsend

Inns and Taverns.
Butcher's Arms, Mrs. Snow
Green Man, James Green
Rose and Crown, James Devonish,
Six Bells, Robert Baton
Spread Eagle, John Fulcher, dealer
Windmill, Samuel Leeds
White Hart, William Abel

John Bedford
Edmund Biggs

Joseph Coe
Thomas Judd

Henry Holland
Charles Perry
James Reeve
William Ward

James Bird
Thomas Hasler
John Love
George Young

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

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