History of Loughton

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History of Loughton >> Post Office Directory 1874

Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - 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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Robin Allen, Woodbury Hill
Josiah Benjamin Avila, England's Lane
Edward Wilson Bedford, York House
Jonathan Blott, Warren House
Mrs. Brawn, Meads
John Brown, The Cedars
Richard Brown, Rose Cottage, York Hill
William Brown, Prospect Villa
William Brown, 4 Bartholomew Villas
Thomas James Clements, Golding's Hill
James Cochrane, Albion Lodge
Rev. Richard Edward Coles, B.A., curate, Park Villas
James Cunningham, 6 Bartholomew Villas
William Cutting, Elm House
Mrs. Davis, Park Villas
Octavius Deacon, White House
Mrs. Denham, Park Villas
Joseph Devitt, The Cottage, Warren Hill
William Doyley
James Eaton, Sunny Bank Cottage
William Edmonds, Debden Green
Charles Arbuthnot Fenwick, Hill Side
George Hewitt Fletcher, Golding's Park
James Forster
Thomas Forster, York Hill
Samuel Freeth, Debden House
Peter Gellatly
Neri Glover, Baldwin's Hill
George Gould, Trapp's Hill House
John Rose Gould
Miss Gould
James Hadland, Holly Lodge
John Henry Hickman, York Hill
Charles Frederick Hogard, 1 Eaton Villas
Samuel Lloyd Howard, J.P., Golding's Hill
Thomas Howard
Robert Ligman, Baldwin's Hill
Joseph Huskisson, 1 Victoria Villas
George Lawton, Golding's Park
William Thomas Lewis, Alguis House
Robert Locklin, Chesnut Cottage
Robert William McDonald
Rev. Johm Whitaker Maitland, M.A., Rectory
Mrs. Maitland, Golding's Hill
William Mason Daniel
Arthur Mayor, Rose Bank
John Mills, Shrubbery
William Moore, Bath Villa

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Lindsay Ogilvie, 2 Eaton Villas George Parsons, Loughton Lodge
Mrs. Peake, Willow Cottage
William Josiah Richardson
Rev. Charles Rogers, B.A., curate
Julius Charles Rohrweger, Uplands
Joseph Rook, The Ferns, Loughton Park
John Ross, Ashfield Lodge
Charles Immanuel St. Alphonse, Beech House
William Francis Salmons, 5 Bartholomew Villas
Ephraim Joseph Salter, Park Villas
Nathaniel Sewell
Robert Harrison Sharp, Claremont Villas
Edward Vickars, The Pollards
Matthew Warton, WoodSide, Warren Hill
Theophilus Westhorpe, Holmehurst
John Williams, J.P., Dedben Hill
Mrs. Wilson, Eaton Villas
Frederick Young, Nafferton Lodge
John Ablewhite, grocer and draper
George Adams, wheelwright
Joseph Arnill, blacksmith
William Arnill, blacksmith
James Ashpital, builder
Mrs. Jemima Ball, shopkeeper
Alfred Barrett, carrier
Joseph Barton, stationer
Thomas Basham, house decorator
Charles Bevern, tailor, High Road
Benjamin Billings, Royal Standard
John Booth, tailor, Smith's Cottages
John Chilton, Robin Hood PH
William Charles Clutterbuck, farmer, Loughton Hall
James Crane, farmer
Cuthbert Brothers, carpenters and builders
Miss Jane Cuthbert, milliner
John Dalley, dairyman, Golding's Hill
Thomas Dawkins, rate collector and surveyor of highways
John Dean, King's Head Hotel
Isaac Dennison, farmer, North Farm
William Doyley, architect and surveyor
Mrs. Mary Durling, beer retailer
Edward Egan, fancy repository
Henry Eke, blacksmith, York Hill
Thomas Elwood, gardener
Thomas Forster, carpenter
James French, beer retailer, High Road
Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller, butcher, England's Lane
Robert Gillard, Plume of Feathers PH, High Road
John Gingell, farmer
James Girling and Henry Girling, coal merchants
George Gould, farmer and corn dealer, High Street and Trapp's Hill
Edward Green, shopkeeper
John Greenaway, carpenter, Baldwin's Hill
William Latham Groomhridge, Crown Inn PH
George Grout, beer retailer
John Grout, shopkeeper and beer retailer. York Hill
Charles Gussin, baker
John Halls, cowkeeper, Golding's Hill
Martin Harris, saddler
Robert Hicks, gardener
Frank Hills, boot maker
Mrs. Susannah Hills, grocer, Goldings
Miss Fanny Hogard, ladies' school
Josiah Hook, hemp tackle maker
Benjamin James, grocer, High Road
Miss Johnson, farmer,Alderton Hall Farm
William Kimmings, baker
William Thomas Lewis, surgeon, Alguis House
Henry Lincoln, farmer and tax collector
Arthur Looker, greengrocer
Arthur Low, farmer, Beech Farm
Jonathan Maynard, boot maker
Mrs. Phrebe Maynard, beer retailer
John Mills, solicitor, Shrubbery
John Moss, veterinary surgeon
John Murdoch, shopkeeper, England's Lane
Thomas Nunn, coal merchant
William Paul, shopkeeper
John Price and Benjamin Price, grocers and drapers
Marks Reeks, shoe maker
John Sadler, beer retailer
Mrs. Henrietta Sadler, confectioner
Ephraim Salter, job master, Park Villas
William Searl, grocer and draper
John Surman, carrier
Henry Severson, butcher
Lebbeus Trimby, florist and seedsman
Robert Ward, grocer, England's Lane
Samuel White, butcher
William Williams, Holly Bush
Samuel Wilks, tax collector, Goldings
William Wood, boot maker
Workman's Temperance Club W. J. Richardson, secretary
Edward Wright, greengrocer

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