History of Walton-on-the-Naze

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History of Walton-on-the-Naze >> Post Office Directory 1874

Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - list of inhabitants.

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Henry Charles Carver, B.A. Vicarage
Mrs. Mary Sophia Cutcliffe
Henry Gramshaw, M.D.
Thomas Duningham
William Rawlinson Havens
James James, West Street
Thomas Edward Osmond
Thomas Wilmhurst, Saville House
Barnabas Wilson, Morton House
Rev. Henry Winzar, (Independent)
Henry Abbott, lodging house
Mrs. Maria Baker, lodging house
Arthur Barnden, furniture dealer and upholsterer
Elisha Barnden, house and estate agent, builder and undertaker
Mrs. Barton, lodging house
Bates and Sallows, proprietors of bathing machines
William Taylor Bates, grocer, North Street
James Bines, greengrocer
William Riddelsdell Bloom, Queen's Head PH
Mrs. Rosetta Bolton, lodging house
Charles William Bond, tobacconist
George Bowles, lodging house
Thomas Brooke, fancy repository, bookseller, stationer, and news agent
James Moffatt Burman, lodging house
Mrs. Elizabeth Burrell, lodging house
William Carter, baker
Charles Chandler, lodging house
Mrs. Mary Cole, lodging house
Robert David Cole, lodging house
Mrs. Mary Cooper, lodging house
James Richard Coulman, builder
Samuel Cracknell, butcher
Robert Henry Creswell, post horse and fly proprietor and job master
John Joseph Cross, lodging house
Misses Mary Cutcliffe and Elizabeth Cutcliffe, seminary
Henry Cutter, lodging house
Cutter and Mason, pleasure boat proprietors
William Daniels, fancy repository
John Henry Davie, chief officer of the coastguard
Dorling's family and commercial hotel (Edward Dorling, proprietor)
William Downes, greengrocer
Thomas Duningham, surgeon
John Eagle, farmer, Walton Hall
Robert Flory, brick maker
Thomas Flory, brick maker
William Gardiner, baker
Isaac Garrod, blacksmith and lodging house
Gas and Water Works Co. Limited (William Pearson, manager)
Henry Gramshaw, physician and surgeon

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William Gray, lodging house
Mrs. Mary Ann Green, lodging house
Mrs. Mary Ann Grover, lodging house
William Hall, Albion Hotel
William Hart, lodging house
James Herbert, greengrocer
Arthur Horrex, grocer
George Hubbard, farmer, Whitehouse
George Hunt, painter
Mrs. Sarah King, lodging house
Henry James, baker
Ansel Loyd, tailor
Miss Mary Ann Low, farmer, Hill Farm
Mrs. John McKay, lodging house
Mrs. Martha Manning, lodging house
Henry Marks, lapidary
Joseph Marshall, fishmonger
James Neale, Bath House Inn
Frederick Netley, beer retailer
Henry Norton, baker
William Norton, lodging house
Philip Nunn, pleasure boat proprietor
Thomas Edward Osmond, surgeon
Samuel Palmer, grocer and linen draper
Samuel Rackham Palmer, baker and confectioner
Adam Pinner, lodging house
Edward Polley, fishmonger
George Polley, lodging house
George Polly, pleasure boat owner
George Potter, boot and shoe maker
Jonathan Parsons Potter, butcher
James Presnall, greengrocer
Charles Randell, Portobello Hotel, and grocer and draper
Thomas Creffield Riddelsdell and Henry Riddelsdell, iron mongers, blacksmiths
Allen Roy, plumber, etc.
John Henry Scopes, bricklayer
Robert Scott, station master
George Simey, lodging house
Miss Lucy Simey, lodging house and bath keeper
Samuel Sparrow, beer retailer
Peter Taylor, lodging house
Thomas Taylor, lodging home
Robert Terris, jun., pleasure boat proprietor
Miss Elizabeth Turpin, tobacconist
William Turner, greengrocer
Mrs. Ann Turpin, lodging house
John Turpin, plumber and glazier
Jonathan Tuttlebee, builder
Walter Gainsford Walford, farmer, Ashes
Miss Caroline Weeley, lodging house
Barnabas Wilson, lodging house
William Wilson, tailor
Mrs. Mary Woolstone, fancy repository
James Wright, lodging house

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