History of Langham

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History of Langham >> 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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Samuel Barrell, wheelwright and smith
Rev. Robert Bayne, (Baptist), Highfield
William Blyth, corn merchant, Morr
Thomas Blyth, Esq., Highfield
South Bull, blacksmith
Stripling Clark, maltster
John Cooper, victualler Grey Hound
Charles Bailing, Esq., land agent, Hall
Rev. Edward Chauncey Ellis, M.A., rector
Thomas Green, wheelwright, etc.
John William Osborn, wheelwright
Joseph Osborn, wheelwright
Rev. William Pechey, (Baptist), academy
Joseph Sargeant, parish clerk
Samuel Seaborn
William Seaborn, bricklayer
William Smith, beerhouse
Benjamin Turner
John Welhames, blacksmith
Mr J. Thomas and Mrs. Barrell, school

Corn Millers.
Octavius Back
Stannard Borham
Charles Whiley

George Allen, Lodge
Ebenezer Allen, Lodge
Daniel Appleby
James Bacon
Samuel Barrell
James Blyth, Hill
Samuel Blyth, Blomfield Park
William Blyth
Abraham Carver
Henry Folkard
Robert Green, Hall
Daniel Blyth Haddon, New House
John Joslin
Thomas Martin
Robert Osborn
John Page
Mrs. Hannah Page
Robert Stebbing Sadler Esq.

John Baines
Samuel Barker
Joseph Edwards
Isaac Smith
William Webb

Samuel Barrell
Ann Felgate
Henry Lilley

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

Langham - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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