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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

1855 Post Office Directory

GENTRY Thomas Carter esq. Mr John Casher Mr Thomas Chrisdee Rev Carrington Ley, M.A. (vicar) Charles James Radclyff esq., Hyde John Compton Saunders, esq. Capt. Francis Shaddock Mr Francis Shepherd Rev Jas Wood (Independent minister) TRADERS William Barnes, shopkeeper William Bascombe, farmer Job Battrick, shoemaker Mrs Jane Besent, shopkeeper William Besent, farmer John Bevercomb, shopkeeper William Biles, blacksmith Philip Bishop, saddler, harness maker & shopkeeper James Bullen, carpenter Henry Case, grocer & draper George Chard, tailor John Davis, saddler & harness maker George Dibben, butcher, farmer & beer retailer Thomas Dowden, farmer Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, shopkeeper & postmistress Thomas Forss, farmer Edward Patten Galpin, registrar of births & deaths & relieving officer for BR district. Mrs Jane Galton, carpenter & beer retailer William Galton, carpenter Mrs Elizabeth Gould, beer retailer John Hemmings, farmer, Doddings Edward Hibbs, grocer, draper & smith Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor Mrs Sarah Hillier, Royal Oak Robert Hoare, bricklayer Henry House, carpenter Charles Jesty, railroad contractor & surveyor of roads George Joiner, carrier & shopkeeper Charles Lane, tailor Henry Lane, shoemaker John Miller, farmer Joseph Hamilton Mundell, grocer, ironmonger & agent to the London Mutual Life office Thomas Nott, surgeon James Poore, carpenter Robert Purchase, farmer John Ricketts, shoemaker George Russell, miller Thomas Satchell, grocer, painter & plumber John Scutt, farmer & miller Richard Scutt, farmer, Stockley Richd. Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's mill William Scutt, brewer & farmer William Scutt, farmer, Philliols Miss Louisa Shepherd, day & boarding school Thomas Shepherd, bricklayer Thomas Spear, farmer Henry Stroud, day school & agent to the National Guardian fire & life office Thomas Stickland, shoemaker Mrs Rebecca Taylor, boarding school William Bickford Taylor, excise officer Richard Toomer, farmer John Vallis, Drax's Arms & inland revenue office John Vincent, bricklayer John Vivian, farmer Wm. Wallbridge, cooper & shopkeeper James Welch, shoemaker John Whennell, carpenter Mrs Tabitha White & Sons, farmers Harry White, farmer Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer John Woolfreys, shoemaker Samuel Woolfreys, farmer POST OFFICE Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, receiver. The nearest money order office is at Wareham INSURANCE AGENTS London Mutual Life - Joseph Hamilton Mundell National Guardian Life & Fire - Henry Stroud Phoenix - Thomas W. Shittler SCHOOLS Charity School - Robert Rolls, master
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

1855 Post Office Directory

GENTRY Thomas Carter esq. Mr John Casher Mr Thomas Chrisdee Rev Carrington Ley, M.A. (vicar) Charles James Radclyff esq., Hyde John Compton Saunders, esq. Capt. Francis Shaddock Mr Francis Shepherd Rev Jas Wood (Independent minister) TRADERS William Barnes, shopkeeper William Bascombe, farmer Job Battrick, shoemaker Mrs Jane Besent, shopkeeper William Besent, farmer John Bevercomb, shopkeeper William Biles, blacksmith Philip Bishop, saddler, harness maker & shopkeeper James Bullen, carpenter Henry Case, grocer & draper George Chard, tailor John Davis, saddler & harness maker George Dibben, butcher, farmer & beer retailer Thomas Dowden, farmer Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, shopkeeper & postmistress Thomas Forss, farmer Edward   Patten   Galpin,   registrar   of   births   &   deaths   &   relieving   officer for BR district. Mrs Jane Galton, carpenter & beer retailer William Galton, carpenter Mrs Elizabeth Gould, beer retailer John Hemmings, farmer, Doddings Edward Hibbs, grocer, draper & smith Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor Mrs Sarah Hillier, Royal Oak Robert Hoare, bricklayer Henry House, carpenter Charles Jesty, railroad contractor & surveyor of roads George Joiner, carrier & shopkeeper Charles Lane, tailor Henry Lane, shoemaker John Miller, farmer Joseph   Hamilton   Mundell,   grocer,   ironmonger   &   agent   to   the   London Mutual Life office Thomas Nott, surgeon James Poore, carpenter Robert Purchase, farmer John Ricketts, shoemaker George Russell, miller Thomas Satchell, grocer, painter & plumber John Scutt, farmer & miller Richard Scutt, farmer, Stockley Richd. Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's mill William Scutt, brewer & farmer William Scutt, farmer, Philliols Miss Louisa Shepherd, day & boarding school Thomas Shepherd, bricklayer Thomas Spear, farmer Henry   Stroud,   day   school   &   agent   to   the   National   Guardian   fire   &   life office Thomas Stickland, shoemaker Mrs Rebecca Taylor, boarding school William Bickford Taylor, excise officer Richard Toomer, farmer John Vallis, Drax's Arms & inland revenue office John Vincent, bricklayer John Vivian, farmer Wm. Wallbridge, cooper & shopkeeper James Welch, shoemaker John Whennell, carpenter Mrs Tabitha White & Sons, farmers Harry White, farmer Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer John Woolfreys, shoemaker Samuel Woolfreys, farmer POST OFFICE Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, receiver. The nearest money order office is at Wareham INSURANCE AGENTS London Mutual Life - Joseph Hamilton Mundell National Guardian Life & Fire - Henry Stroud Phoenix - Thomas W. Shittler SCHOOLS Charity School - Robert Rolls, master