History of Hatfield Peverel

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History of Hatfield Peverel >> 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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Edward Baker, auctioneer and land and insurance agent
Mrs. M. Benson
Joseph Fennell Bolt, brickmaker, etc.
John Bloomfield, machine owner, etc.
James Bright, brickmaker
William Cowell, druggist, veterinary surgeon, and insurance agent
William Eve, plumber and glazier
Isaac Gaywood, butcher and carpenter
Francis Harrison, wine and spirit merchant
Richard David Heatley, Esq., Crix
Rev. Bixby Garnham Luard, B.A., vicar
James Lungley, carpenter, grocer, and parish clerk
Edwin Rust and Co., brewers
Charles Todd, Post Office
Rev. Charles George Gretton Townsend, M.A., Berwick Place
William Michael Tufnell, Esq., Hatfield Place
John Ward, Esq.
James Wilson, Esq.
Robert Wisby, carpenter
John Wright, Esq., The Priory
John Wright, tailor and draper

Inns and Taverns.
Crown, Martha Ong
Duke of Wellington, James Cripps
Golden Lion, Joseph Abbott
Swan Inn, Samuel Hawkes

William Dowsett
Benjamin Bather
William Oliver

William Ginrnan
Alfred Lucking
William Owers
Robert Turnage

Joseph Harris
John Horsnell

Isaac Taverner
James Taverner

Corn Millers.
Joseph Bott
Edward Humphreys

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George Aldham, Barnard's
Thomas Algar, Hatfieldbury
Mary Ann Allaker, Fairfield
Osmond Barnard
John Blomfield, Lanes
Joseph Bott
William Bott
John Carter
Chrisopher Courtman
John Cousins, Topingo Hall
Ambrose Cowell
William Cowell
Isaac Crozier
B. Dixon and R.W. Dixon
George Ellis, Bovingtons
John Fewell
Stephen Forster
William Francis
James Grimwood, Termitts
Alfred Hutley
James John Jeggings
John Ling
William Ling
George Philbrick, Ivy Barn

Saddlers, etc.
Joseph Abbott
William Allaker

Mary Chapman
George Clemson

Samuel Barker
Joseph Samuel Turner

Lucy Hales
James Lungley
Thomas Searle
John Shelly
Ann Turpin

George Bearman, and cooper
William Hazell

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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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