History of Hatfield Peverel

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History of Hatfield Peverel >> 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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Edward Baker, auctioneer, and land agent
Mr Ambrose Cowell
William Cowell, veterinary surgeon and druggest
Thomas Crisp, veterinary surgeon
Isaac Flory, station master
William Francis, brewer and malster
Henry Gaywood, butcher
William Francis, brewer and maltster
Henry Gaywood, butcher
Francis Harrison, wine and spirit merchant
Samuel Hawkes, victualler, Swan
John Peter Humphreys, assistant overseer
Abraham Johnson, Esq., Berwicks
Rev. Richard Kerly M.A., curate
Joseph Kirkham, builder, victualler, Duke of Wellington
Samuel Ong, fishmonger and victualler, Crown
Rev. Sir Coventry Payne, Bart, B.C.L., vicar of Hatfield and Mundon
Mr. Thomas Rance
George Turner
Samuel Shaen, Esq., Crix
Mark Shelley, cabinet maker
James Taverner, bricklayer
Charles Todd, post master
William Tufnell, Esq., Hatfield Place
Ann Wagstaff, dress maker
John Ward, Esq.
James Wilson, road surveyor
Sarah Webb, butcher
Robert Wishey, carpenter
William Wishey, higler
Peter Wright and John Wright, Esqrs, Priory Lodge
John Wright, tailor and draper

William Dowsett
William Oliver

St. Andrew's Church, Hatfield Peverel © Copyright Footstepsphotos 2006. http://www.footstepsphotos.co.uk/index.html
St. Andrew's Church, Hatfield Peverel
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Beer Houses.
John Gardiner
William Ginman
Alfred Lucking
William Shadrach
Robert Wisbey

Joseph Harris
John Hornsell

Corn Miller.
William Bott
Thomas Warren

William Allaker
Thomas Algar, Hatfieldbury
Osmond Barnard
William Bott
William Clark
Isaac Crozier, Nownsley Green
Christopher Courtman
Cousins, Topingo Hall
William Dines, Southwood
George Ellis, Bovingtons
William Francis
Samuel Gooden
James Grimwood
William Hutley
James Jeggins
John Ling, Mugden Hall
John Ling, jun., World's End
William Ling
Kitty Rush
John Shelly
John Shelly, jun.
Charles Simmons, jun.
William Walford
Thomas Warren
William Wisbey
Charles Simmons, jun.

J.P. Humphreys
Ann Wagstaff

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Hatfield Peverel - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

Hatfield Peverel - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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