High Street, Maldon, 1901Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Maldon >> White's Directory 1848
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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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Covers Maldon, Fullbridge and Heybridge.
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James Adams, rope maker
Benjamin Baker, M.D., Maldon Hall
Rev. Thomas Baker, Baptist
Thomas Bartlem, supt. of Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation
Joseph Beale, master of Union Workshouse
James Bennett, Esq., collector of customs
Henry Bird, trunk maker
William Blanks, gun maker
Timothy Blanchflower, clerk
Rev. Robert Bridge, B.A., incumbent of St. Mary's
David Bright, brickmaker
Edward Bright, merchant
William Brown, mailman
James Brooke Esq., Hall Farm
Rev. Robert Burls, Independent
Mrs. Mary Burchell
George Bygrave and Richard Bygrave, grovers
William Clark, gaoler and chief constable
Stephen Clarke, sergeant at mace
Edward Crane, A.M., vicar of Heybridge and Tolleshunt Major
Thomas Cummings, comptroller of customs
John Curtis, coach trimmer
Robert Dave, organist
Robert Devenish, hawker
William Digby, clerk
Rev. Salisbury Dunn, A.M., master of Grammar School and chaplain to Union
John Dunnet, pipe maker
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Henry Eve, clerk
George Freeman, mailman
Mrs. Grimwood, gentlewoman
Edward Hance, assistant union clerk and registar
John Handley, bath proprietor
William Harvey, postman
Charles Holmes, carrier
Susan Horton, hosier
Thomas Jones, clerk
Rev. Keeling, Weslyan
John Lewis, horse dealer
Alfred Malcholm, mason
Alfred May, bank manager
George May, surgeon
George Parker May, M.D.
Henry May, spirit merchant
William Morgan, clerk
Edward Murrells, hawker
Rev, William Myall, M.A., curate
Robert Nightingale, artist
William Orrell, town crier
Thomas Orrell, sergeant at mace
John Payne and John Coe, merchants
John Polley, postmaster
Rev. John Prior, M.A., vicar
John Rogers, clerk
Mrs. Sarah Rogers
J. Fish Shynn, clerk to the customs
Mrs. Lavinia Sladden
Thomas Martin Smith
Samuel Spurgeon, clerk
John Steward, hay and straw dealer
Henry Unwin, fruiterer
John Walford, clerk
Charles Ward, miller
Miss Mary Wedd
John West, bank agent
John Wilmshurst, Esq
Miss Catherine Wilmshurst
Joseph Wright, merchant
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Richard Poole and Maria Beckwith, British School
Rev. Salisbury Dunn, Grammar School
Miss Lewis, Infant School
Misses Lowe, Dillerson and Hawley
George Bridge and Sarah Ann Quilter, National School
Jesse Polley and Sarah Polley
William Codd, union clerk, clerk to the magistrates
John Crick and William Crick, also clerk of the peace and coroner
George Wyatt Digby, town clerk
Alfred May and Son
Henry Thomas Harvey
Stephen Hewes, jun.
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Booksellers, Staioners, etc.
Py. Henry Youngman
Boot and Shoe Makers.
Thomas Platt Livermore
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