History of Saffron Walden

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History of Saffron Walden >> Pigot's Directory 1863

Pigot's Directory of Essex 1823 - list of inhabitants.

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Builders.
Benjamin Abraham
Benjamin Bush
Daniel Hockley
Thomas Richardson
William Ward

Lime Dealers.
Jeff Jeffries
William Nicholls
Thomas Richardson

Drapers.
Edward Cornell
Richard Day
John Emson
James Humphreys
William Wiseman

Maltsters.
Francis Atkinson
T Catlin and N Catlin
John Clark
Robert Clark
John Kent
Thomas Kent
Thomas King
Robert Paul
Charles Porter
Stephen Robinson

Millers.
William Middleditch
James Nichols
Stephen Ruse

Milliners.
Mary Porter
Mary Smith

Painters, Plumbers, and Glaziers.
Robert Bunton
James Burleigh
Matthew Ward

Rope Makers and Saddlers.
John Baynes
Thomas Bradfield
John Hammond
Edward Sobers

Surgeons.
George Eachus
Samuel Fisk
Charles Fisk
Joseph Houlton

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Tailors and Drapers.
Thomas Barnard
William Redhead
Thomas Silk
Philip Spicer

Taverns and Public Houses.
Bell, William Ward
castle, Edward Bird
Compasses, James Bowtell
Eight Bells, William Perkins
George, William Spicer
Green Dragon, George Bambridge
Greyhound, George Smith
King;s Head, James Webb
Hoops Inn, John Warren
Queen's Head, James Day
W. Hudson, White Horse

Watch and Clock Makers.
John Kent, snr.
John Kent jnr.
James Lawrence
Daniel Rogers

Wheelwright.
William Kent
Robert Ray
William Rushforth

Misc.
John Copsey, perfumer
James Linsdale, staymaker
William Lowe, coach proprietor
J Nockolds, land agent
Jonathan Richardson, hatter
Mary Scamer, breechmaker
David Smart, wood turner
Thomas Smith, tanner
James Starling, spirit merchant
James Surry, confectioner
Robert Thurgood, accountant
George bambridge, veterinary surgeon
John Thomas, currier
Henry Burrows, druggist

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Saffron Walden - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Saffron Walden - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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