History of South Weald

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History of South Weald >> White's Directory 1848

White's Directory of Essex 1848 - list of inhabitants.

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Marked 2 are in Brook Street; 3 at Coxtye or Cockshall Green; 4 at Pilgrim's Hatch; and the rest in South Weald village, or where specified.

Rev. Charles Almeric Belli M.A., vicar of South Weald, rector of Paglesham, and Precentor of St. Pauls's
2 Thomas Bennet, shopkeeper
2 William Bennet, shopkeeper and carpenter
Richard Bishop, Esq., Cockshall House
2 Ann Bridge, beerhouse keeper
Thomas Brown, blacksmith
2 William Cable, carpenter
John Sidney Caley, Esq., Brook Street
A.E. Carter, schoolmistress
Samuel Causton, butler at the Hall
George Samuel Collyer, Mascalls
J. Davey, wheelwright and beerhouse
Henry Dearsley, gentleman, Westbury Lodge
4 William Hammond, gardener
Mrs. Frances Hills, Rochets
Frederick Hirst, Esq., Great Ropers
Edmund Vipand Ind, Esq., Luptons, (and brewer at Romford)
3 Charles Kender
2 Mrs. Sarah Moul
James King, gamekeeper
Thomas Riley Knight, blacksmith
Joseph Samuel Lescher, Esq., Boyles
4 Rev. Edward Hood Linzee, curate
4 John Martham, gentleman
William Meadows, grocer and beerhouse
Henry Moss, miller, Bentley Mill
Thomas Moss, miller, Rush Mill
2 Mr. David Nash
2 Mr. John Norton
2 George Pattrick, butcher
2 Daniel Rainbird, bricklayer
2 John Rash, pig dealer and beerhouse
James Rump, steward
Mrs. E. Pain
4 James Saggers, horse dealer
4 William Scrivener, carpenter and builder
2 Charles Shipman, baker
John Street, parish clerk
Christopher Thomas Tower, Esq., Weald Hall
Rev. William Tower, How Hatch
4 Alexander Watson, boarding school, Pilgrim Hall
2 John Willey, shoemaker
2 John Wingrave, blacksmith

building - exterior
Mary Green Manor, South Weald.
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Inns and Taverns.
4 James Pain, Black Horse
2 Richard Phillips, Bull
2 William Goodchild, Fleece
John Chapman, Horse and Groom
2 Joseph Bennett, Nag's Head
2 John Pain, Red Lion
Thomas King, Spread Eagle

9 Thomas Bailey
James Benson
2 Robert Burton
Robert Chapman, Brentwood Hall
John Ennever
T. Hammond
Robert Harbutt
Martin Harvey, Langtons
John Ive
William Jex, Bishop's Hall
William Jones
Thomas King
Jeremiah Lagden
2 Joseph Mayhew
2 Thomas Moss
John Mott
Richard Nunn
3 John Pain
3 Daniel Poole
Sarah Roach
3 George Saggers
3 James Saggers
Charles Skiggs
2 John Smart
4 James Tyrell
John Tyrell, Serpent's Hole

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South Weald - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

South Weald - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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