History of Maldon

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History of Maldon >> 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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Covers Maldon and Fullbridge.

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Mrs. Alsop, Wantz Road
Henry Baker, Maldon Hall
Miss Baker, Lonnon Road
Mrs. Beale, Beeleigh Road
Sidney Charles Beecroft, High Street
Mrs. Bell, The Trees
Miss Belsham, London Road
Anthony Bentall, Market Hill
Mrs. Blakely, Wantz Road
Misses Branwhite, Cromwell Cottage
Rev. Robert Lee Bridge, B.A., London Road
Charles Brooke, London Road
Mrs. Buck, High Street
Miss Bulley, Spital Road
John Joseph Bygrave, High Street
Miss Carter, London Road
Stephen Clarke, Market Hill
George Codd, Silver Street
Henry Codd, High Street
William Codd, Silver Street
Arthur Copsey, Wantz Road
George Corder, Wantz. Road
Reuben Cottee, London Road
William Crick, Gate Street
Thomas John Deeks Cramphorn, Fambridge Road
Mrs. De Cean, High Street
George Edward Digby, Cromwell House
George Wyatt Digby, Silver Street
John Durrant, Wantz Road
Miss Dyke, London Road
Arthur Evans, London Road
Henry Thomas Eve, Fullbridge
Mrs. Farrend, London Road
Miss Finch, High Street
John Charles Float, Fullbridge
Alfred Crick Freeman, Market Hill
William Freeman, London Road
William French, High Street
Edwin Parker Gutteridge, High Street
John Hailes, Wantz Road
Miss Hance, Spital Road
Mrs. Hart, Fambridge Road
Mrs. Hart, London Road
George Hicks, London Road
John Holley, Fullbridge

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Rev. Edward Russell Horwood, M.A. J.P., vicar, Vicarage
Rev. John Gwynne Hughes (Congregational), London Road
Edward Humpherys, Market Hill
William Humpherys, J.P., High Street
Thomas Isaac, Cromwell Villa
George Pennington Jay, High Street
William Keys, Market Hill
William Sanders Knight, Knowles
George Parker May, M.D. J.P., West House
Miss Mandy, Market Hill
Miss Elizabeth May, London Road
Barnard Miles, London Road
George Miles, Market Hill
William Woolford Moffat, High Street
Mrs. Pattisson, High Street
Rev. Thomas Layton Pearson, B.A., Fullbridge
William Joseph Perry, Wantz Road
Adolphus Pigot, High Street
James Pitcairn, New Road
Misses Polley, High Street
James Robinson, London Road
Stephen Robinson, High Street
John Rogers, London Road
Stephen Rutt, High Street
Alfred Granger Sadd, Hill House
John Granger Sadd, London Road
Joseph Sadler, High Street
Mrs. Jemima Sadler, High Street
Henry John Sansom, High Street
Ebenezer Saunders, Wantz Road
James Howell Seymour, High Street
Henry Sherwin, High Street
Rev. Thomas Smith, K.C.L., rector of St. Mary's
Richard Sony, Spital Road
Henry Sprague, The Friary
John Stone, Maldon brewery
James Stratford, London Road
James Strutt, Wellington Road
John Thorp, High Street
Thomas Tomlinson, High Street
Henry Ward, Beeleigh Cottage
Misses Waring, Friary
Alfred Warren, Fullbridge House
Mrs. Watkins, Wantz Road
Mrs. West, Wantz Road
Mrs. Wood, Friary
Mrs. Woodgate, Market Hill
Thomas Worraker, Wantz Road
Frederick Augustus Wyatt, London Road
Mrs. Young, London Road
Edward Youngman, Wellington Road

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