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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

    Kelly's 1846 Directory

    GENERAL NOTES     Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept & 4 following days     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     Rev. William Foster     Rev. Carrington Ley M.A.(vicar)     Charles James Radclyffe esq., Hyde     TRADERS     Joseph Alner, farmer, Upper Hyde (Philliols)     John Battrick, shoemaker     William Besent, farmer     William Biles, blacksmith     Philip Bishop, saddler & harness maker     Richard Brain, grocer & draper     James Bullen, carpenter     Robert Burge, grocer & tallow chandler     Henry Case, grocer & draper     John Casher, brewer     George Chard, tailor     Thomas Crisdey, farmer     John Davis, saddler & harness maker     George Dibben, butcher     Thomas Dowden, farmer     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, shopkeeper     Joshua Gallop, shopkeeper     Henry Galton, carpenter & beer retailer     Edward Patten Galpin, registrar of births & deaths, and relieving      officer for the Bere Regis district.     Mrs Sarah Gould, beer retailer     Edward Hibbs, grocer & draper     Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor     Mrs Sarah Hillier, Royal Oak Inn     Edward Hoare, farmer, Lower Hyde     George Homer, farmer     Henry House, carpenter     Thomas Ingram, farmer, Philliols     Charles Lane, tailor     William Lane, shoemaker     Mrs Marcia Marsh, farmer     Felix Miller, farmer     Thomas Nott, surgeon     Robert Purchase, farmer     John Ricketts, shoemaker     Thomas Satchell, painter, plumber &c     Robert Shaddock, carrier     Francis Shepherd, farmer     Miss Louisa Shepherd, day school     Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer     Thomas Spear, farmer     Samuel Stent, farmer     Thomas Stickland, shoemaker     William Tabor, carrier     Richard Toomer, farmer     James Vincent, Drax's Arms Inn & posting house     John Vincent, bricklayer     John Vivian, farmer     John Walbridge, farmer     William Walbridge, shopkeeper     Harry White, farmer     Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer     James Welch, shoemaker     James Windsor, ironmonger     John Woolfreys, shoemaker     Samuel Woolfreys, miller & farmer     POST OFFICE     Mrs Mary Besent, receiver
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

    Kelly's 1846 Directory

    GENERAL NOTES     Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept & 4 following days     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     Rev. William Foster     Rev. Carrington Ley M.A.(vicar)     Charles James Radclyffe esq., Hyde     TRADERS     Joseph Alner, farmer, Upper Hyde (Philliols)     John Battrick, shoemaker     William Besent, farmer     William Biles, blacksmith     Philip Bishop, saddler & harness maker     Richard Brain, grocer & draper     James Bullen, carpenter     Robert Burge, grocer & tallow chandler     Henry Case, grocer & draper     John Casher, brewer     George Chard, tailor     Thomas Crisdey, farmer     John Davis, saddler & harness maker     George Dibben, butcher     Thomas Dowden, farmer     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, shopkeeper     Joshua Gallop, shopkeeper     Henry Galton, carpenter & beer retailer       Edward   Patten   Galpin,   registrar   of   births   &   deaths,   and   relieving               officer for the Bere Regis district.     Mrs Sarah Gould, beer retailer     Edward Hibbs, grocer & draper     Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor     Mrs Sarah Hillier, Royal Oak Inn     Edward Hoare, farmer, Lower Hyde     George Homer, farmer     Henry House, carpenter     Thomas Ingram, farmer, Philliols     Charles Lane, tailor     William Lane, shoemaker     Mrs Marcia Marsh, farmer     Felix Miller, farmer     Thomas Nott, surgeon     Robert Purchase, farmer     John Ricketts, shoemaker     Thomas Satchell, painter, plumber &c     Robert Shaddock, carrier     Francis Shepherd, farmer     Miss Louisa Shepherd, day school     Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer     Thomas Spear, farmer     Samuel Stent, farmer     Thomas Stickland, shoemaker     William Tabor, carrier     Richard Toomer, farmer     James Vincent, Drax's Arms Inn & posting house     John Vincent, bricklayer     John Vivian, farmer     John Walbridge, farmer     William Walbridge, shopkeeper     Harry White, farmer     Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer     James Welch, shoemaker     James Windsor, ironmonger     John Woolfreys, shoemaker     Samuel Woolfreys, miller & farmer     POST OFFICE     Mrs Mary Besent, receiver