History of Waltham Abbey

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History of Waltham Abbey >> Whites 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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Those marked: 1 High Beech
2 Holyfield Hamlet
3 Upshire Hamlet
4 Stewardstone

Gardeners.
David Carter
1 James Crawford
George King
S.W. Talbot

Grocers, etc.
John Bates
George Bensted
1 William Burrell
Isaac James
Robert Mills
J.E. O'Brien
James Ricket
Samuel Thompson

Ironmongers and Braziers.
John Marsh
Frederick Richardson and Samuel Richardson

Linen and Woollen Drapers.
David Bavister
Samuel Push
J.E. Richardson
William Sedgwick
Richardson Malsters.
Charles Lee
James Skerman

Milliners, etc.
Catherine Chapman
Mrs Hannah Frye
Sarah Pegrum
Mrs Richardson
Jane Williams

Plumbers, Painters and Glaziers.
Eliza Button
Charles Cashbert
George Lawrence

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Saddlers.
Stephen Crossingham
William Judd

Shopkeepers.
John Baker
W. H. Champness
William Dyer
Charles Ellis and Co.
1 J.P. Field
T. Hummerston
James Lawrence
Frederick Parcel
Robert Saich
Anthony Tabraham
John Thompson

Surgeons.
Henry Battie
Arthur Priest

Tailors.
4 George Davis
N.J. McCabe
George Mumford
7 John Phipps
W.P. Warner

Watchmakers, etc.
Mr Spurgin
John Warden

Wheelwrights.
James Cook
J. Copperwheat
William Cobb

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Waltham Abbey - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

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Waltham Abbey - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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