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History of Hatfield Broad Oak

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History of Hatfield Broad Oak >> White's Directory 1848

White's Directory of Essex 1848 - list of inhabitants.

If you wish to trace any of these people on the census returns, the nearest census date for this 1848 directory is the 1851 census. There are a number of commercial providers of census returns. These include:

Please note, however, that the 1851 census returns for Hatfield Broad Oak are missing from the census returns at the Public Record Office.

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.

My ancestor lived here at this time, but why aren't they listed here? Answer: Not everyone appeared in a trade directory. Please read our Trade Directories article.

You should also consider newspaper archives. With millions of pages now online, there is always the possibility of finding articles featuring your ancestors. Discover how to explore newspaper archives.

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Thomas Andrews, corn miller
Thomas Aylett, cooper
Ruth Aylett, National School
Nathaniel Baker, bricklayer
Rev. Cornelius Berry, Independent, Heath
Isaac Bird, carpenter
John Boatman, grocer
Samuel Boatman, tailor
Nathaniel Child, grocer
James Clark, ironmonger and smith
Thomas Clark, wheelwright
William Clark, butcher
John Cockett, shoemaker
Thomas Cocks, surgeon and registrar
John Coventry, surgeon
John Dalbry, schoolmaster
Ephraim Skingle Davey, miller
Rev. Thomas Francis Hall M.A., vicar
George Halsted, grocer, etc.
William Hudson, wheelwright
Thomas King, cow leech
Alan Clayton Lowdnes, esq., Barrington Hall
G. Mackenzie, hair dresser
John Mardell, blacksmith
Charles Marriott, baker
William Monk, tailor and draper
John Norris, beer house
Stephen Parker J.P., surgeon
William Perry, blacksmith, Heath
John Porter, saddler and roper
Thomas Potter, grocer and draper
John Reid, beer house
Thomas Reid, shopkeeper
Richard Searle, blacksmith, Heath
John Thomas Selwin, Down Hall
John Smith, shoemaker
Stephen Smith, tailor
John Speller, saddler
Mrs. Susanna, beer house
Elizabeth Stock, blacksmith
Charles Tizley, baker
Richard Wentworth, wheelwright
Algernon Holt White, Esq., Gladwins
Elizabeth Wybrow, shoemaker
John Witham, grocer, Heath
James Wood, shopkeeper

Inns and Taverns.
Peter Sullins, Cock (and maltster)
Charles Edwards, Duke of Wellington
John Button, Feathers (and chandler)
John Garrett, Old Stag
Elizabeth Miller, White Horse

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Charles Appleton, Matching Barns
Daniel Brown, Heath
Thomas Clark, Bonningtons
James Dixon, Ryes Farm
Henry Eade, Lancaster Farm
George Cole Francis, Braintrees
John Francis, Hatfield Park
William Gentry, Wallisea Farm
Mary Green, Brromshaw
Noah Griggs, Heath
William Griggs, Carters Farm
John Hammond, Waters Farm
John Harris
John Hockley
George Judd
Stephen Bridgman Judd, Shrubs
Samuel Kirkby, Piggerills
William Linsell, Whitehead's
Elizabeth Mansfield, Corringalls
Richard Matthews, Ardley-end
Samuel Mumford, Blocks
Henry Murkin, Ongars
Stephen Nash, Heath
Martha Nicholls, Old Barrington Hall
John Pamphilon, Lea Hall
John Ives Patmore, Bennington's
Nicholas Patmore, Tom by the Woods
J. Prior, Collier Street
John Speller, senior and junior
Daniel Surridge, Friars
John Surridge, Crabs Green
James Tipler, Withams
Isaac Thurgood
William Webb, Great Town Farm
Josiah Williams
Thomas Wolfe, Priory

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