High Street, Ingatestone, 1960Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Ingatestone >> White's Directory 1863
If you wish to trace any of these people on the census returns, the nearest census date for this 1863 directory is the 1861 census. There are a number of commercial providers of census returns. These include:
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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William Asher, sexton
Rev. John Beaven, (Independent)
Rev. Henry Weare Blandford, M.A., rector of Fryerning
William Stevens Butler, surgeon
Charles Batter, gentleman
Miss Ann Cook, Fryerning
Frederick Coverdale, land steward to Lord Petre, Ingatestone Hall
William Henry Dew, gentleman
Edgar Disney, Esq., The Hyde
Mrs. Ann Dowsing
Mr Richard Frewer
Charles Grant, gentleman, Mill Green
Isaac Green, bricklayer and plasterer
George Harrison, house and land agent
George Randell Hookey, Esq., Furze Hall
Rev. John Monntney Jephson, Huskards
Captain William Jesse, Maisonette
James Kerwin, sharebroker at London
Rev. George Last, (Catholic), Hall
John Maxwell, Esq.
Charles William Monk, hairdresser
Rev. Lewis Parkin, M.A., rector of Ingatestone
James Carthew Quick, Esq., Truelovcs
Thomas Staines, brewer, maltster, etc. (and at Mountnessing)
Henry Tuck, Esq., Ingatestone Hall
Henry Walmsley, gentleman, Hall
Thomas Byford, Shedd's Well
Robert Clift, The Grange
Isaac Drane, Beggar's Hill
Stephen Foreman, Wood Barns
George Hewitt, Rydden Dyke
Thomas Nnnn, Hardings
George Self, Heybridge Farm
Alfred Tuck, (and miller), Mill Green
George Tyler, Hartley Barns
George Wright, Spillfeathers
Thomas Wright, Leonard's Farm
Inns and Taverns.
Bell, Richard Spink
Crown, John Whybro
Woolpack, George Osborn
§ take Boarders.
§ Miss Clay
Parish School, Mrs. Bangs and Miss Hildred
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Boot and Shoemakers.
Joseph Poole, parish clerk
Henry James Stuart
Wells and Perry
Plumbers, Painters and Glaziers.
Charlotte Woolley, Veterinary Surgeons
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