History of Tollesbury

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History of Tollesbury >> 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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Henry Anthony, blacksmith and parish clerk
George Anthony, butcher
Richard Banyard, bricklayer
Rev. John Casson Battersby, vicar
William Beckwith, wheelwright, etc.
James Clarke, machine owner
Benjamin Cocks, assistant overseer, collector, etc.
James Drake, boat owner
Mrs Sarah Easter, Elysian Cottage
George Howe, saddler and druggist
William Howe, saddler and harness maker
Jeremiah Ketley, meat seller
William Last, decoyman
William Leaper, vermin destroyer
Robert Lee, blacksmith
Zachariah Lewis, shipwright, etc.
George Lufkin, carrier
Joseph Norrington and Mrs. Norrington, Parish School
John Posford, miller, Oxley Mill
William Rice and Samuel Sharp, carters
William Sach, joiner, Tiptree Heath
Miss Sophia Till, schoolmistress
William Wyatt, bricklayer

Inns and Taverns.
Hoy, Charles Southgate, and coal merchant
King's Head, William Anthony
Plough, John Cant, Oxley Hill
Plough and Sail, William Banyard

Farmers.
David Banham
George Carter
Joseph Dennis, Oxley Hill
James Fish
Mrs Sach
Pearson Golding, (and miller) Bourchier's Lodge
Edward Harvey, Tiptree Heath
John Atkins Layer, The Wick
Alfred Ledgerton, Bolls Farm
John Joseph Mechi, Esq., Tiptree Hall
Alfred Pedley and John Dean, Lodge
George Root, Bourchier's Hall
Joseph Root, High Hall
George Sharp, Garlands
Richad Solly, jun., Bohun's Hall
William Went, Hall Marshes
Charles Edward White, Mill Hill
Joseph Wombwell, Borehams

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Bakers.
Charles Anthony
W. Harvey and Son

Beerhouses.
Elijah Bowles
James Ward

Oyster Merchants.
William Anthony
Frederick Banyard
William Banyard
James Bowles
John Bowles
Adam Chatterson
Zachariah Lewis

Shoemakers.
Benjamin Bright, Heath
Samuel Crabb
Charles Harrison
James Ward

Shopkeepers.
Maria Banyard
John Banyard
Sarah Bowles
Henry Cox
Mrs J, Crampin, Heath
William Walford
Joseph Weavers

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

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Tollesbury - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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