History of Ingrave

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Ingrave Pond, Ingrave.
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History of Ingrave >> 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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John Golding Ablen, baker
Edward Alexander, relieving officer
Robert George Arrowsmith, solicitor
James Aylett, shopkeeper
James Eades Blatch, butcher
Ann Boardman, shopkeeper
Joseph Boardman, carpenter
John Dow, baker
Charles Edwards, carpenter
James French, farmer, Salmons
Rev. Robert Abercrombie Johnstone, rector of West Horndon-with-Ingrave, Rectory
James Morris, shoemaker
Mr Henry Newcomb and Mr Henry Newman
Mrs and Miss Newcomb, day school
Eleanor Oliffe, victualler, Green Man
James Quantrell, shoemaker
Henry Robinson, farmer
Rev. John Sidden, (Catholic)
Mr. Thomas Soda and Mr Joseph Soda
Isaiah Steel, post office
John Steel, blacksmith
Benjamin Whitby, farmer, Dairy Farm
William John Wright, shoemaker
Robert Young, beerhouse, Cricketers

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

Ingrave - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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