York Hill, Loughton, c.1955Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Loughton >> White's Directory 1863
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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, Esq., Woodbury Hill
Joseph Barton, tailor, stationer, etc..
Mr John Bayley
Mr William Barrett
William Beadle, coal, etc., agent
William Bedwell, dairyman
Mr James Bovill
William Blateh eating house
Rev. Samuel Brawn (Baptist)
Misses Brawn, ladies' school
Mr J. H. Buels
Mr James Campbell
Bulmer Bulmer, Esq.
Mr T. Butler
William Clark and Mrs Clark, National School
Thomas Cochrane, Esq., Albion House
Mr Edward Manley Cummins
Frederick Henry Daniels, Esq., Golding Hill
William D' Oyley, Esq., Loughton Road
Thomas Samuel Dawkins, rate collector, etc.
Capt. Edward De Haut, coal merchant
William Dorley, architect, etc.
Frederick Drosier, surgeon
George Durling, tea garden
Mr John Enever
Mr James Eaton
William Foottit, gent., York Hill
George Foster, sawyer
Peter Gellatly and Edward Gellatly sols. (G. and Son)
Thomas Gilbert, corn and hay dealer
Edward Goodwin, police sergeant
George Gould., gent., Trappe's Hill House
Mr Isaac Gould and Miss Eliza Gould
William Grout, parish clerk
James Habgood, gent., Elm House
John Hall, dairyman
Martin Harris, saddler, etc.
Goodenough Hayter, Esq., Bellevue
John Hawes, coal merchant
Noah Heath, bricklayer, etc.
William Hervey, Esq.
John Hickman, Esq.
John Hill, Esq. Beech House
Douglas Augustas Hindley, Esq.
Mr Samuel Lloyd Howard, and Mr Charles Howard
Mr George Jennings
George Thomas Keyes
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Robert Locklin, Esq.
T. Jacobs, gardener
Rev. John Whitaker Maitland, M.A., rector
Mrs, Maitland, Golding Hill
John Mills, solicitor, and London
William Murfitt, station master
Mr Thomas William Nation
Thomas Nunn, coal merchant
Maria Osborne, British School
Mr Thomas Peach
Mr Joseph Beading
Mr H. Pressland
Mr William James Salmon
Edward Scott, horse patrol
Thomas King Searl, veterinary surgeon and druggist
Robert Smith, architect, etc.
George Street, Thomas Street, and William Street, sweeps
Edward Vickers, Esq., The Pollards
Charles Thomas Vokins, Esq.
Rev. William Watson, M.A., curate
Mr White, horse dealer, etc.
James Wilks, wheelwright
John Williams, Esq., Debden Hall
Mr William Henry Winter
Inns and Taverns.
Bag of Nails, John Varney
Crown, George Salter
Feathers, Mrs Elizabeth Griffin
Holly Bush, Samuel Hearn
King's Head, Stephen Bradstock
Royal Standard, Edward Archer
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