History of Maldon

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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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Academies and Schools.
Henry Charles Davies Appleby, Wantz Road
British School, Richard Poole, Harriet Baxter, and Miss Raven, Market Hill
Miss Sarah Carter, London Road
Grammar School, London Road, Rev. Salisbury Dunn, M.A.,
National Schools, Charles Edward Wright, Ann Hayward, and Sarah Ann Williams, London Road
Mrs Phoebe Sheppard, Spital Road
Thomas Wilkinson, Church Street
William Wyatt, London Road

Henry Codd (clerk of county court, etc.), High Street
William Codd (coroner, union clerk, and registrar of county court, etc.) Market Hill; h Silver Street
John Crick and William Crick, Gate Street
William Crick (clerk of peace and coroner for the borough)
George Wyatt Digby and Son (George Edward Digby ) Silver Street; h Cromwell Villa

Auctioneers, etc.
William Randall Blowers, High Street
George Jay, High Street
Alfred May and Son, High Street

London and County Banking Co., High Street; Alfred May, manager
Sparrow, Tufnell, Round, and Co., High Street; J. West, manager

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Bakers, etc.
William Beckwith, Wantz Road
George Robert Braisted, North Street
Isaac Cater, High Street
Charles Coote, High Street
Samuel Pilby, Fullbridge
Peter Gill, Fullbridge
David Handley, High Street
Stephen Hewes, Wantz Road
Otto Jenner, High Street,
Robert Lewis, Heybridge
James Matthews, High Street
William Maynen, High Street
James Perry, High Street
Elizabeth Rumsey Fullbridge
James Strutt, North Street
John Woollings, High Street

Joshna Beckett, Fullbridge
Henry Prior, Market Hill

S.P. Cauch, High Street
James Collis, Wantz Road
Edm. Dearn High Street
James Frost, High Street
William Gepp, jun., Fullbridge
William Samuel Gill, London Road
James Matthams, High Street
Stephen Wright, North Street

Booksellers, etc..
Edgar Bridge, High Street
Philip Henry Youngman, High Street

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Maldon - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

Maldon - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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