History of Maldon

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History of Maldon >> Pigot's Directory 1823

Pigot's Directory of Essex 1823 - 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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Grocers and Cheese Makers.
Robert Knight
Alfred May
John Wilmshurst

Grocers.
Daniel Chipperfield
James Horton
John Marlar
Thomas Verlander
John Walford

Inns and Public Houses.
Angel, James Ward
Blue Boar, James Shyn
Chequers, William Dawson
Crown, James Barker
Duke of Wellington, Charles Angier
King's Head, S Kensett
Queen's Head, Francis Syritt
Ship, Egbart Busbridge
Ship and Anchor, Barnard Miles
Swan, Thomas Busbridge
White Hart, Henry Whitmore
White Horse, Richard Tunmer
White Lion, William Everard

Iron Merchants.
Robert Greenwood
edward Knight
John Terbing

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High Street, Maldon
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Leather and Glove Makers.
William Samuels
Samuel Riley

Linen Drapers.
Thomas Hart
Robert Knight
John Wilmshurst

Milliners and Dress Makers.
Sarah Appleton
Mary Anne Burton

Perfumers.
Edward Appleton
William Francis
Richard Pettit

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers.
Thomas Felton
George Hearn and William Hearn
Samuel Joslin
John Quick

Saddle and Harness Maker.
Samuel Jay
Samuel Myhill
William Phillips

Salt Refiners.
John Bridges

Silk Merchants.
John Luard

Stone Masons.
William Carr
Elizabeth Shears

Straw Hat Makers.
Sarah Appleton
Mrs Beard

Surgeons.
John Thomlinson
John Thorp

Tailors.
Richard Bulley
James Clapton
Abraham Knight
Gainsford Long
David Pitcairn
William Pond
John Taylor

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King's Head Hotel, Maldon, c.1910
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Wheelwright and Smiths.
James Burton
Robert Bygrave
John Bygrave
John May

Misc.
Frederick Wedd, fell monger
Elizabeth Jeffries, watch and clock maker and gunmaker
Henry Pepper, watch and clock maker
Sampson Wright, watch and clock maker
George Friend, coach and wagon proprietor
Thomas Adams, rope maker
Robert Alsop, confectioner and brush maker
Margaret Bacon, fruitier
John Coats, timber merchant
Ann Hunsdon, haberdasher and tea dealer
Thomas Walford, brazier

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