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History of Hatfield Broad Oak >> White's Directory 1863
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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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2 at Hatfield Heath
Rev. Cornelius Berry, (Independent), Heath
Rev, John Binder, (Independent)
George Boatman, plumber, painter, etc.
Rev. George Burn, M.A., vicar
David Button, saddler, etc.
James Clark, ironmonger and smith
Madame De la Touche
William Dolberry, Bush-end, schoolmaster
Mrs Hannah Drouhet, boarding school
Thomas Andrew Freeman, surgeon
William Hales, National schoolmaster
Miss Johnson, Heath, schoolmistress
Thomas King, cow leech and farrier
George Alan Lowndes, Esq., Barrington Hall
George Mackenzie, hair dresser
John Morris, basket maker, Heath
Rev. Charles Devas Nix., M.A., incumbent of St. John's
Mr G. Parris
George Pavitt, cooper
2 William Perry, whitesmith, etc.
Rev. Thomas George Postlethwaite, M.A., incumbent of Hatfield Heath
John Rogers, carrier
Sir John Thomas Ibbetson Selwin, Bart, and Henry John Selwin, Esq., Down Hall
Inns and Taverns.
Cock, Henry Sullins, and maltster
Duke's Head, Charles Edwards
Feathers, John Button
2 Stag Inn, John Burnett
2 White Horse, Elizabeth Miller
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Benjamin Irlam Barlow, Garters
2 Daniel Brown, Gladwin's Farm
Quilter Dennis, Benningtons
James Dixon Byes
Mrs Eade, Corringales
George Francis, Hatfield Park
Stephen Green, Broomshaw
2 Noah Griggs, Little Heath
Henry Hammond, Water's Farm
2 William Hayden, Piggerills
Thomas Hayden, Lancaster's
2 Daniel Henry Hockley, Shrubs
John Hockley, Friars
John Hockley, Collier street
George Judd, Tom-by-the-Woods
William Linsell, Whiteheads
Barnard Matthews, Ardly-end
Samuel Mumford, Blocks
Stephen Nash, Heath
Joseph Nottage, Bonningtons
John Pamphilon, Lea Hall
Alfred Potter, Priory
William Sullins, Old Harrington Hall
2 David Surridge, Friars
Aaron Tebbit, Braintrees Farm
James Tipler, Withaws
William Webb, Great Town Farm
Josiah Williams, Matching Barn
Mrs T. Wolfe, Ongars
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