History of Stebbing

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White Hart PH, Stebbing, c.1955
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History of Stebbing >> 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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Rev. Henry Beckett, congregational
Mrs Choppin
Miss Clarke
Thomas Davey
Mrs Easton
Mrs Hitching
Mrs Lynch
Mrs Publett
Thomas Wood
Rev. A. R. Bingham Wright, Vicarage
Samuel Adams, White Hart PH
Josiah Barker, blacksmith, Duck End
Thomas Barker, confectioner
William Barnard, maltster and farmer, Holt's Farm
Joseph Barrett, miller and farmer, Bran End Mills
John Bavin, Green Man PH, and farmer, Bran End
William Britton, butcher
John Bush, carpenter
Joseph Byatt, shopkeeper and wheelwright
William Byatt, farmer, Yew Tree Farm
Alfred Byford, farmer and landowner, Hill Farm
James Byford, farmer, Scollops
Job Chopping, miller, Town Mill
Samuel Davey Chopping, brick and drain pipe maker
William Chopping, miller, farmer and baker
Mrs Dines, shopkeeper
Thomas Ridley Dixon, maltster
Mrs. Hannah Emms, Red Lion PH
John Charles Ereth, farmer, Cowlands
William Firman, butcher and farmer, Lucas Farm
Samuel Gowers, shoe maker, Bran End
James Hobro, excise officer
John Hutley, farmer, Porter's Hall

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Henry Lewis, hay dealer and shopkeeper, Bran End
Charles Lewsey, King's Head PH
Mrs. Sarah Lewsey, farmer
Mrs. Martha Linsell, Bell PH
William Linsell, jun., grocer, draper and corn dealer, and reg. of births and deaths
Dan Marshall, farmer, William's Farm
John B Massey, farmer, Stebbing Park
Harvey Meadows, grocer
Charles Messent, farmer
George Metson, farmer, Lubber Hedges
Thomas Metson, farmer, Lubber Hedges
Mrs. Lucy Monk, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Bran End
William Overall, farmer, Ford Farm
James Parkinson, surgeon
Richard Parr, blacksmith
James Philpot, shoe maker and seedsman
William Pickford, farmer, Lubber Hedges
William Rawlingson, farmer, Bran End
Josiah Riley , farmer, Lubber hedges
Ruffell and Son, coach, cart and gig builders and wheelwrights
Joseph Saggars, shoe maker, Stebbing Green
John Salmon, beer retailer
Jobn Salmon, jun., cooper
Frederick Savill, harness maker
James Shuttlewood, farmer
John Smith, higgler, Duck End
Joseph Smith, farmer
Mrs. Ann Staines, shopkeeper
David Swallow, bricklayer
Joseph Thorn, thatcher, Bran End
James Thorogood, baker
Thomas Thorogood, shoe maker
William Thorogood, carpenter, Bran End
Joseph Whitehead, farmer and landowner, Bran End

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

Stebbing - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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