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History of Tolleshunt D'arcy >> White's Directory 1863
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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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Benjamin Aylett, wheelwright and victualler, Red Lion
Robert Walmisley Baxter, M.D. surgeon
Mrs Mary Ann Beckwith
Miss Eliza Cooper, schoolmistress
James Cockett, victualler, Queen's Head
Rev. James Cox, M.A., rector of Virley
Rev. Joseph Charles Driffield, M.A., vicar
John Emeny, blacksmith
Henry Charles Everard, boarding academy
Mr Jeffrey Gardner
John Gooch, parish clerk and gardener
Thomas Hearn, bricklayer
Rev. W.L. Henderson, M.A.
Richard Holding, cattle dealer
Mrs Alice Ann Hudson, schoolmrs
John Hume, thatcher and beerhouse
Joseph Humphrey, cooper
William Ketley, butcher and cattle dealer
Samuel Ludgater, assistant overseer, etc.
Lawrence Otway, veterinary surgeon
William Otway, relieving officer and registrar
Orbell Page, wheelwright and smith
Thomas Sadd, baker and victualler, Wheat Sheaf
Mrs Maria Sargeant, machine maker
Henry Sargeant, plumber, painter, etc.
Mrs Sarah Seahrook
Blomfield Spencer, plumber, painter, etc.
Thomas Houghton Walker, M.D., and surgeon
Edward White, Esq.
Mrs Elizabeth Woodyard
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Farmers.(* Are Owners.)
* John Bunting, Tolleshunts
* John Fenn, Tudwich and Crabbs
Robert Francis, Frame
Francis Gardner,(and maltster)
Walter Golding, D'Arcy Gate
Pearson Golding, and Tollesbury
Robert Page, Hyde
Mrs Elizabeth Page, White House
* James Sach
Charles Sanders, Skinner's Wick
* Richard Seabrook, Laurel and Street
* Robert Seabrook, Hall
* William Seabrook, Spital
Hezekiah Wakelin, Hill Farm
Boot and Shoemakers.
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