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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Boot and Shoemakers.
John Balls, Butt Lane
Josiah Balls, High Street
W. Barnard, jun., Silver Street
Josiah Boreham, High Street
James Bridge, Wantz Road
John Clapton, London Road
Stepphen Clarke, jun., High Street
W. Henry Clover, Wantz Road
James Harridance, Gate Street
George Hills, North Street
William Lee, Wantz Road
Walter Loker, Fullbridge
John McCorkendale, High Street
George Madder, Fullbridge Road
Philip Mann, High Street
John Marlar, High Street
William Newnes, High Street
William Potter, Market Hill
J.J. Saunders, Wantz Road
William Smith, High Street
R.H. Snow, Fullbridge
William Steward, High Street
William Stowers, Mill Road
Thomas Walliker, Butt Lane
Edward White, High Street
William Wilson High Street

Josiah Beckett, Fullbridge
S. Filby, Fambridge Road
George Miles, High Street-
John Pitcairn and Son (David Pitcairn), Gate Street

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Bricklayers, etc.
Francis Barker, High Street
Samuel Baxter, Market Hill
S. Baxter, jun., High Street
William Baxter, Mill Road
William Freeman, Fullbridge Road
George Harris, (and slater), High Street
Richard Harris, Wantz Road
John Newman, Wantz Road
Ebenezer Saunders
Henry Smith, Wantz Road

(* are Port Butchers.)
John Andrews, High Street
Robert Blaxall, Fullbridge
* Daniel Blowers, Fullbridge
Henry Finch, High Street
David Handley, High Street
Alfred Lucking
Mrs A. Raymond, High Street
William Smee, Wantz Road
* William Strutt, Mill Road
William Wade, High Street
Robert Worraker, jun., Fullbridge
William Wright, High Street

Cabinet Makers.
B. Barnes, broker, Fullbridge Road
James Beale, High Street
George Camping, High Street
Joseph Dedman, Silver Street
William King Digby, High Street
Mark Shelley, Butt Lane

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