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History of Newport >> 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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Rev. Robert Bnrdott Burgess, M.A., rector of Chickney
Mr Charles Carter
Rev. John Chapman, M.A., vicar
Mrs Chapman, schoolmistress
Mrs P. Clark
Joseph Clark, sexton
Mrs Cornell, and Miss, dressmaker
Charles Debnam, watchmaker, etc.
James Drage, station master
William Fennell, lime burner
John Flood, police superintendent
Mr John Hayden
Mrs Glasscock
Rev. John James, (Independent)
Mrs Jane Johns, National School
Edward Lampkin, straw hat manufacturer /> Mr Isaac Moss
Stephen Malyon
Susan Newell, saddler, and A.Newell, dressmaker
Charles Norman, tailor
Robert Palmer, swine dealer and postman
Charles Peacock Kentish, solicitor
George Robinson Strickland, surgeon
John Robinson, retail brewer
Gifford Shrewsbury, corn merchant
William Charles Smith, Esq., Shortgrove
Miss Stallibrass
Miss C Totten
Miss E. Sturgeon, schoolmistress
Philip Trott, bricklayer
James Turner, rope and twine manufacturer
William Wells, relieving officer and registrar
Rev. John Wisken, M. A., head master of Grammar School

George Hayden Barnard (and coal merchant), Parsonage
Henry Brook
William Day
John Edwick
Dudley Gayford
John Johnson
David Skipper
James Henry Mascall, Sparrow End
Thomas Shirley (and builder), Pond Gross
Thomas Trott
John Woodcock

Inns and Taverns.
Coach and Horses, James Warren
Hercules, Benjamin Buck, wheelwright
Old Three Tuns, Jane Matthews
Rose and Crown, Isaac Taylor
Star, William Revett Trott, and carrier

David Gayler
John Muggins
Eliza Paratt
Charles Cakebread Richardson
Henry Stiles

John Brand
John Hoyden

Boot and Shoemakers.
William Banham
Charles Bayley, and parish clerk
James Johns

George Barker
William Mascall

Carpenters and Builders.
Thomas Crane
Joseph Day
William Wedd

Plumbers, Painters and Glaziers
John Bunten
Charles Johns collector

Grocers, etc.
Abraham Barnard, and insurance agent
Thomas Wakefield, and druggist

William Bird
Thomas Crane
James Gayler

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

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