History of Layer de la Haye
St. John the Baptist Church, Layer de la Haye.
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History of Layer de la Haye >> White's Directory 1863
White's Directory of Essex 1863 - list of inhabitants.
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.
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.
My ancestor lived here at this time, but why aren't they listed here? Answer: Not everyone appeared in a trade directory. Please read our Trade Directories article.
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Benjamin Baker, carpenter, etc.
George Candler, victualler, Fox Inn
Rev. John Dewhurst, incumbent of Layer de la Hay and Berechurch
John Finch, cooper
William Garrad, police officer
Mr. James Grunwood
Richard Gull, parish clerk
Robert Hicks, bricklayer
Charles Hunwick, wheelwright and smith
Frederick Rodgers, thatcher
James Woodward, bricklayer
Mrs. Woodward, schoolmistress
Robert Gentry, butcher
James Pertwee, Wick Farm
William Scrivener Richardson, Rye
Henry Royce, brick maker, etc.
William Royce, miller and at Berechurch
Alfred Sanders, and maltster
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Layer de la Haye - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Layer de la Haye - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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