History of Ingatestone

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History of Ingatestone >> White's Directory 1848

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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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Those marked * are land owners. See also Fryening

Cornelius Butler, surgeon
Miss Arnold
Joseph Cannon, under steward to Lord Petre, Hall
Henry Clayton, land agent and surveyor
Rev. Horrocks Cocks (Independent Minister)
Joseph Coverdale, steward to Lord Petre, and coroner for Writtle, etc., Hall
Henry Boydon Croydon, relieving officer
John Dearman, corn miller
* John Disney, The Hyde
Mrs. Ann Dowsing
Miss C. Havers
Mrs Harriet Hawkins, Spillfeathers
Capt. William Jesse, Maisonette
Rev, George Last, (Catholic), Hall
Rev. John Lewis M.A., rector
Mrs. M.A. Rich, Huskards
James Thompson, gentleman, Hall
George Trussell, wine, etc., merchant
Rev. George Tufnell
Mrs. Whichord
Henry Walmsley, gentleman, Hall
William Woollard, hardwareman

Farmers.
Robert Amos, Hanley Green
George Bridgeman
Robert Clift
William Baker
Frederick Eley, True Loves
William Finch, Shedds Wells
Stephen Foreman, New Wood Barnes
Joseph Halls, Dunsteads
James Mays
Frederick Mulcock, Hardings
James Parnell, Trussells
Samuel Reeve, Hall Farm
Ann Self, Ramfields
George Self (and maltster), Heybridge
Charles Stephenson, Rydden Dyke
Nathaniel Turner, Little Hyde
Robert Talboot

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Inns and Taverns.

Richard Spink, Bell
John Whybro, Crown
Thomas Basham, New Inn
Benjamin Billing, Woolpack

Academies
Elizabeth Langdon
Ann Webber

Bakers, etc.
John E. Hamblin
William Palmer

Beer Houses.
Charles Penny
William Sewell
William Stone

Butchers.
William Eckworth

Carpenters.
R. Coleby, Hyde Green
Richard Frewer
John Roome

Gardeners.
Thomas Arnold

Ironmongers.
Richard Frewer
John Whichcord

Plumbers, painters, etc.
Samuel Balls

Shoemakers.
John Dennis
John Kemp

Shopkeepers.
William Sewell
William Stone
John Whichcord

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Ingatestone - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Ingatestone - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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