History of Maldon

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History of Maldon >> White's Directory 1848

White's Directory of Essex 1848 - 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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Covers Maldon, Fullbridge and Heybridge.

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Hardwareman.
Joseph Verlander
William Wright

Hatters.
Anthony Bentall
James Butler
George Chappell
Alexander Handley
David Pitcairn
Joseph George Seamans

Horse, etc. Letters.
Samuel Atkinson
Charles Fitch
William Keys
John Steward
Henry George Warwicker

Inns and Taverns.
James Francis, Anchor
James Shynn, Blue Boar
Daniel Montague, Carpenter's Arms
Joseph Going, Chelmer Inn
William Dawson, Chequers
Henry Whitmore, Crown
Charles Bacon, Duke of Wellington
Robert Sadler, Half Moon
Edward Tovee, Jolly Sailor
Samuel Atkinson, King's Head Hotel
James Freeman, Plough and Sail
Sarah Newman, Queen Adelaide
William Stebbens, Queen's Head
Edward Harvey, Queen's Head
Sarah Barker, Rose and Crown
Edward Everard, Ship
Barnard Miles, Ship and Anchor
William Beckwith, Swan Inn
Samuel Thorpe, Three Cups
William Keys, Victoria
Hannah Tavnor, Welcome Sailor
Rueben Cotee, White Horse
Henry Gepp, White Lion

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High Street, Maldon
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Beer Houses.
James Everett
George Hales
Rhoda Janes
James Matthams
Henry Pepper
Joseph Raven
William Smee, Old Star
John Smith
Benjamin Middletoll
Thomas Ward
Thomas Worracker

Iron Founders.
Steven Hewes, and nailmaker
Edward Knight, and brazier
Thomas Rayner, and brazier
John Terling

Linen drapers, etc.
Anthony Bentall
James Butler
Stephen Cross
Alexander Charles Handley
Sarah Kemp Humphreys
Samuel Lozell
William Jackson

Malster.
Daniel Belsham and Son
Henry Weston Eve
Jeremiah Holloway
William Keys Hayward Rush and Son

Marine Store Dealers.
Joseph Going
Thomas Mayn
Joseph Verlander

Milk Men.
Samuel Filby
John Pretty
Thomas Raymond
Joseph Rayner
John Strutt
George Sewell

Milliners, etc.
Mary Ann Abbott
Emma Bale and Ann Bale
Dorcas Blythe
Mary Ann Burchell
Susan Finch
Sarah Kemp Humphreys, and silk mercer
Catharine Hurring
Lydia Jarvis, stay maker
Maria Lozell
Rachel Keys
Elizabeth Nightingale
Eliza Webber

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Outside Rose and Crown PH, Maldon, c.1910
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Pilots. (Trinity).
Giles Austin
James Firman
Abraham Handley
William Handley
William Knight
William Morris

Plumbers, Glaziers and Painters.
William Fleet
William harris
Samuel Hawkes
William Hearn
George Hearn
William Joslin

Saddle and Harness Makers.
William Blowers
Thomas Greatorex
Charles Palmer
Henry George Warwicker

Salt Merchants.
Edward Bright and Son
Thomas Worracker

Ship Agents.
Egbert Busbridge
Edward Everard
Joseph Going, and sail maker

Ship Owners.
Thomas Bartlem
John Cheney
Henry Weston Eve
Joseph Going
Thomas Gymer
Sylvanus Horton
Joseph Holloway
William Huby
Henry Joslin
Robert Parke
John Payne and Son
John Sadd
Daniel Sadd

Shipwrights.
John Finch
Job Handley
James Porter
James Williamson

Shopkeepers.
Sarah Abley
Elizabeth Anstey
Alred Banham
William Robert Braisted
Mary Cable
Susan Garland
Peter Gill
Thomas Greatorex
Thomas Harvey William Huby
William Knight
John Kirby
Amy Reynolds
George Sewell
Sarah Skinner
James Skinner
James Strutt
Samuel Unwin
Henry Waring
William Wright

Smiths and Farriers.
George Brown
James Collis
Edward Dearn
Hanry Farrow
John Fowler
William Gepp
William Samuel Gill
William Mott
John Petty
Joseph Warren
Sampson Wright

Straw Hat Makers.
Emma Boyton
William Burchell
Ann Jones
Mary Ann Lawson
Ann Lewis
Elizabeth Tring
Mary Ward

Surgeons.
John Thorpe, sen. and jun.
James Francis Tomlinson

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King's Head Hotel, Maldon, c.1910
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Tailors.
James shley
George Chappel
John Brown
James Cox
William Dennis
John Holland
John Huxter
James Matthews
William Matthews
Moses Moses
David Pitcairn
James Robinson
Joseph Sizer

Timber Merchants.
George Coates
Joseph Messer
Daniel Sadd
John Sadd

Veterinary Surgeons.
John Crabb
Richard Elston
Alfred Otway

Clock and Watch Maker.
Elizabeth Jeffries
Henry Pepper, jun.
Thomas Upjohn
William Wright

Wheelwrights.
Stephen Bickmore
Rebecca Harvey
James Hayes, and millwright

Whiting Manufacturers.
William Baxter
Isaac King

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