History of Maldon

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Wantz Road, Maldon, 1906
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History of Maldon >> White's Directory 1863

White's Directory of Essex 1863 - 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 Sarah Abley, London Road
William Adams, architect, surveyor, and navigation supt. Heybridge
Benjamin Alsop, gent. South Cottage
William Atack D. missionary
Benjamin Baker, M.D., Maldon Hall
Mr Samuel Baker, Heybridge
Samuel Barnard, dyer, Mill Road
Miss Elizabeth Barriott, London Road
William Basham, well sinker, Spital Road
Charles Baxter, postmaster, High Street
Mr Henry Baxter, Butt Lane
Miss Susan Belsham, London Road
Samuel Bell, ship master, High Street
Mrs Mary Bickmore, London Road
Henry Bird, trunk maker, etc., High Street
Robert Blanks, gun maker, etc. High Street
Mrs Mary Bourne, Wantz Road
Charles Boutwood, cowkeeper, New Road
Henry Brewer, roper, North Street
Rev. Robert Lee Bridge, B.A., incumbent of St. Mary's, London Road
Mrs Elizabeth Bright, High Street
Edward Bright, soap and candle manufacturer, and lime, coal, etc., merchant, Market Hill
Henry Broadwood, professor of languages, London Road
Charles Brooks, clerk, London Road
Mrs Maria Buck, High Street
John Bulley, estate and insurance agent, High Street
William Burgan, music professor, Market Hill
Rev. Robert Burls (Independant), London Road
George Burrells, carrier, High Street
James Butler, gent., The Friary
Miss Emma Carter, London Road
Stephen Clarke, sergeant at mace, High Street

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Silver Street, Maldon.
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Henry Clarke, collector, Wantz Road
William Clarke, gaoler, High Street
J.H. Glaxton, excise, High Street
Mrs Elizabeth Clay, Cambridge Road
Albert Prince Clear, clerk, High Street
Joseph Cracknell, horse breaker, Wantz Road
Mr and Mrs Crouch, master and matron of Union Workhouse
Charles Croxon, librarian, relieving officer and registrar, Public Hall
Thomas Cumming, collector of customs, Fullbridge
Mr William Dawson, Wantz Road
William Dedman, assistant overseer and collector to Essex Provident Society, London Road
William Dowman, bailiff, Butt Lane
Miss Jane Drake, Wantz Road
Rev. Salisbury Dunn, M.A., master Grammar School and union chaplain
John Dunnett, pipe maker, North Street
John Durrant, clerk, The Chase
Miss Matilda Dyke, London Road
Edward Everard, ship agent and Swedish, etc. vice-consul, Fullbridge
Charles Eve, in customs, High Street
Samuel Knob, ship builder; h Mill Street
Miss Susanna Finch, High Street
William Float, Cromwell Hill
Mrs Martha Fordham, London Road
Mrs Mary Ann Foster, Market Hill
Mr William French, High Street
Thomas Frostick, sweep, North Street
Mr William Gepp, New Road
Sylvanus Gill, trunk maker, Mill Road
Mrs Mary Green, High Street
Frederick Greenwood, iron merchant, Fullbridge and Chelmsford
Rev. John Guy, (Primitive Methodist), Wantz Road
Thomas Gymer ship chandler, Wantz Road
John Ball and Sons, silk winders, Union Lane; and Chelmsford
Sampson Hanbury, merchant, Market Hill
Edward Hance, registrar, etc., Fullbridge
Miss Caroline Hance, Spital Road
Mrs Handley, High Street

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