History of South Weald

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The Bull PH, South Weald.
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History of South Weald >> Post Office Directory 1874

Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - 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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Osgood Hanbury, J.P., How Hatch
George Thomas Amsden, M.D., Asylum, Warley Road
Frederick Hotham Hirst, Great Ropers
Sir Frederick Arrow, knt, J.P., Pilgrim's Hall
Rev. Pare (Roman Catholic)
Mrs. Elizabeth Payne
Robert Ayton, Poplars
Hon. Frederick Petre, J.P., Oakhurst
Rev. George Smith Bayne, M.A., curate
Christopher John Burne Tower, J.P., Weald Hall
Rev. Charles Almeric Belli, M.A., vicar
Donald Cochrane Campbell, M.D. County Lunatic Asylum, Warley Road
David Allen, farmer, Pilgrim's Hatch
Octavius Edward Coope, M.P. J.P., Rochetts
Thomas Barnard, beer retailer
Alexander Dawson, Luptons
James Brewster, beer retailer, Pilgrim's Hatch
Lewis Evans, Bell House, Pilgrim's Hatch
Horace Bright, watch maker and parish clerk
Collison Hall, Ditchleys
William Brown, blacksmith
Mrs. Martha Chapman, farmer, Burnthouse Farm
George Cumbers, farmer, Halfway House
Alexander Dawson, steward of Weald Hall Estate, Luptons
William Garrard, provision dealer, Coxtie Green
Mrs. Mary Ann Giblin, baker, Pilgrim's Hatch
William Goodchild, farmer, Brooklands Farm
William Hammond, family and market gardener, Hullett's Farm
John Jex, farmer, Bishops Hall
Mrs. Elizabeth Knight, blacksmith, Pilgrim's Hatch
George Lagden, farmer, Crow's Green
Edward Lawrence, farmer, Dawes Farm
James Mann Manning, Spread Eagle PH, and farmer
Frederic Moss, miller, Bentley Mill; and at Brentwood
George Nichols, market gardener, Downell's House
Thomas Pain, horse dealer, Coxtie Green
Mrs. Daniel Poole, farmer
Frederick Rainbird, bricklayer, Coxtie Green
Daniel Randall, farmer, St. Vincent's Hamlet
Charles Rayner, steward and clerk to the County Lunatic Asylum, Warley Road
Mrs. Elizabeth Roast, Red Lion PH, farmer, Coxtie Green
James Savener, beer retailer
Henry Scrivener and Alfred Scrivener, wheelwrights, Coxtie Green
Samuel Shelley, inspector of nuisances for Billericay

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Almshouses, South Weald.
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George Smith, farmer, Coxtie Green
James Webb Stokes, farmer, Lincoln's Green
David Taylor, beer retailer
Amelia Whipps, Mary Ann Whipps and Elizabeth Whipps, preparatory school, Serpent's Hall
John Whipps, farmer, Serpent's Hall
William Wood, carpenter, Pilgrim's Hatch
George Woodlands, White Horse PH, Coxtie Green
James Woods, Black Horse PH
Colonel John Triste Clarke, Talbot House
Miss Collyer, Mascalls
Captain William Jesse Coope
Richard Daly
William Evans
Samuel Charles Hemming, Knowle House
Joseph Francis Lescher, J.P., Boyles Court
Captain Constantine Maguire, Belle Vue House
George Morgan, Moat House
Mrs. Noaks, Twickenham Villas
Frederick Alex Redman, Clere House
Captain William Greenhill Silverlock, R.N., Twickenham Villas
George Appleby, Nag's Head PH
Thomas Bennett, carpenter
William Bennett, shopkeeper
Miss Sarah Amelia Blantern, ladies' school, Brook House
Thomas Cumbers, beer retailer
Charles Edwards, Fleece PH
William Joseph Goodchild, farmer, Brookland Farm
George Horsnell, shoe maker
Miss Martha Parlby, ladies' school
Samuel Reynolds, farmer
John James Smith, farmer
Thomas Stainton, Bull PH
William Wingrave, blacksmith

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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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