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History of Maldon >> White's Directory 1863
If you wish to trace any of these people on the census returns, the nearest census date for this 1863 directory is the 1861 census. There are a number of commercial providers of census returns. These include:
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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John Handley, bath and boat owner, Hythe
Mrs Margaret Hart, London Road
James Hewitt, customs, Mill Lane
Charles Holmes, carrier, etc. Wantz Road
Rev. Edward Russell Horwood, M.A., surrogate and vicar of All Saints, Vicarage
Mrs Mary Howard, London Road
James Hudson, cowkeeper, Gate Street
Rev. John Hughes, (Independant), London Road
Mrs Sarah Humphreys, London Road
Mr Charles Hurrell, London Road
Thomas Isaac merchant; h Fullbridge
Thomas Jordan, gas manager, High Street
Benjamin Felix Joslin, mason, New Road
Benjamin Fletcher Joslin, mason, Fullbridge
William King, police supt., Wantz Road
Miss Louisa Mary Lawrence, Market Hill
John Fuller Lewis, horse dealer, London Road
George Lowe, clerk, Fullbridge
Alfred Malcolm, stone mason, etc., Fullbridge
Captain George Frederick Markham, Wantz Road
Henry May, wine merchant, emigration agent, etc.
Misses Lucy May and Fanny May
William Morris, water bailiff, Mill Street
Mrs Harriet Murrell, High Street
Robert Nightingale, artist, High Street
Henry Parker, clerk, Wantz Road
Mrs Ann Pattisson, High Street
Miss Jane Henrietta Pattisson
Adolphus Piggot, miller; h High Street
Misses Polley, Wantz Road
Richard Poole schoolmaster and registrar, Chase
Mrs Pretty, cowkeeper, High Street
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Miss Renall, Mill Road
Misses Sarah Richardson and Elizabeth Richardson
Joseph Ritson, in customs, North Hill
James Robinson, clerk, London Road
Samuel Robinson, haberdasher, Market Hill
Alfred Granger Sadd, and Mrs Mary Ann Sadd, timber merchants; h Market Hill
John Granger Sadd, timber merchant
Jemima Sadler and Son (Joseph Sadler), sail makers, ship chandlers, etc.
Captain James Selby, North Street
Thomas Charles Sewell, wine merchant, London Road
William Simpson, boat owner, Mill Road
John Smith, currier; h New Road
Captain William Snow, Wantz Road
South Essex Investment and Advance Company, Silver Street; T. Warraker, agent
Samuel Spurgeon, sanitary inspector, house agent, tax collector, etc., Silver Street
Rev. William Stuart, M.A., curate, London Road
Mrs Elizabeth Taylor and Mrs L. Taylor, High Street
Miss Catherine Ann Thomas, London Road
George Tomlinson, clerk, Silver Street
William Turner, music professor, Market Hill
J.Y. Wake, agent, Fullbridge
James Ward, market collector, Wantz Road
Walter Waring, Esq., Hill House
Thomas Warraker, wine, etc. agent, Silver Street
Mrs Mary Ann Watkins, Wantz Road
Eliza Webster, stay maker, High Street
Miss Mary Wedd, High Street
John West, bank agent, High Street
Robert Chattey Westron, station master, Fullbridge
Nathaniel Willet, tinner, Wantz Road
Mrs Frances Willis, London Road
John Wilmshurst, Esq., High Street
Miss Catherine Wilmshurst, Wantz Road
Mrs Susan Woodgate, Wantz Road
Thomas Worraker, salt manufacturer
Miss Sarah Wrake, Heybridge
Mrs Harriet Wright, Cromwell Hill
Mrs Young, London Road
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