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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

    Kelly's 1859 Directory

    GENERAL NOTES    "The Manor of Shitterton belongs to Mrs Michael of Whatcombe House, who supports a school here..."     Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept and 4 following days     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     Mr Thomas Carter     Mr John Casher     Mr Thomas Cresdee     Mrs Jane Gilpin     Rev. Carrington Ley, M.A.(vicar)     Francis Daniell Lys esq     Thomas Nott esq     Charles James Radclyffe esq., Hyde     John Compton Saunders, esq     Miss Louisa Sheppard     Rev. Smith (Independent)     COMMERCIAL     Robert Alner, toll collector     James Arnold, agricultural machine owner     William Barnes, shopkeeper     William Bascombe, farmer     William & Charles Besent, farmers     John Bevercomb, shopkeeper     William Biles, blacksmith     Philip Bishop, saddler & harness maker     James Bullen, carpenter     Henry Case, draper, tailor & button manufacturer & at Milborne St. Andrew.     Robert Chaffey, beer retailer, Woodbury Hill     John Davis, saddler & harness maker     Reuben Day, carrier     George Dibben, butcher, farmer & beer retailer     Thomas Edward Dowden, farmer     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer, stationer & postmistress.     Thomas Forss, farmer, Culeaze Farm     Mrs Jane Galton, grocer, baker & beer retailer     Mrs Elizabeth Gould, beer retailer     Thomas Haggett, shopkeeper     John Hallett, registrar of births & deaths, & relieving officer for the Bere Regis district.     John Hennings, farmer, Doddings     Edward Hibbs, grocer, draper & smith     Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor, & at Wool     Robert Hoare, bricklayer     Henry House, carpenter     Robert House, carpenter & wheelwright     Charles Jesty, railroad contractor & surveyor of roads.     William Kent, game-keeper     Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak commercial Inn     Charles Lane, tailor     David Lane, lime burner, Woodbury Hill     Henry Lane, shoemaker     William Lane, boot & shoemaker & parish clerk     John Miller, farmer & machine owner     Joseph Hamilton Mundell, grocer, ironmonger, bookseller, seedsman, vendor of patent medicines, & agent to the Eagle life office.     John Neville, toll collector     Mrs Sarah Northover, shopkeeper     Nott & Lys, surgeons     James Poore, carpenter     Robert Purchase, farmer     John Ricketts, shoemaker     George Russell, miller, Doddings Mill     James Russell, butcher     Thomas Satchell, druggist, grocer, painter, plumber & glazier     Richard Scutt & Son, farmers, Stockley     John Thomas Homer Scutt, farmer & miller     Richard Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's Mill     William Scutt, farmer     William Scutt, farmer, Philliols     Joseph Shave, woodman     Miss Maria Sheppard, dressmaker     Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer     William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer     Thomas Spear, farmer     Henry Stroud, collector of rates & taxes     William Bickford Taylor, inland revenue officer     Richard Toomer, farmer     John Vallis, Drax's Arms & inland revenue office     William Wallbridge, cooper & shopkeeper     John Whennell, carpenter     Henry White, farmer     Henry Ears White, shopkeeper     Mrs Tabitha White & Sons, farmers     Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer     William White, farmer     John Woolfreys, boot & shoe maker     Samuel Woolfreys, farmer     POST OFFICE     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, receiver     INSURANCE AGENTS     Eagle Life, Joseph Hamilton Mundell     Emperor, Robert Rolls     Phoenix Fire, J.W. Shettle     PUBLIC SCHOOLS     Charity, Robert Rolls, master     Shitterton, Mrs Susan Stroud, mistress
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

    Kelly's 1859 Directory

    GENERAL NOTES          "The   Manor   of   Shitterton   belongs   to   Mrs   Michael   of   Whatcombe House, who supports a school here..."     Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept and 4 following days     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     Mr Thomas Carter     Mr John Casher     Mr Thomas Cresdee     Mrs Jane Gilpin     Rev. Carrington Ley, M.A.(vicar)     Francis Daniell Lys esq     Thomas Nott esq     Charles James Radclyffe esq., Hyde     John Compton Saunders, esq     Miss Louisa Sheppard     Rev. Smith (Independent)     COMMERCIAL     Robert Alner, toll collector     James Arnold, agricultural machine owner     William Barnes, shopkeeper     William Bascombe, farmer     William & Charles Besent, farmers     John Bevercomb, shopkeeper     William Biles, blacksmith     Philip Bishop, saddler & harness maker     James Bullen, carpenter             Henry   Case,   draper,   tailor   &   button   manufacturer   &   at   Milborne   St. Andrew.     Robert Chaffey, beer retailer, Woodbury Hill     John Davis, saddler & harness maker     Reuben Day, carrier     George Dibben, butcher, farmer & beer retailer     Thomas Edward Dowden, farmer     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer, stationer & postmistress.     Thomas Forss, farmer, Culeaze Farm     Mrs Jane Galton, grocer, baker & beer retailer     Mrs Elizabeth Gould, beer retailer     Thomas Haggett, shopkeeper             John   Hallett,   registrar   of   births   &   deaths,   &   relieving   officer   for   the Bere Regis district.     John Hennings, farmer, Doddings     Edward Hibbs, grocer, draper & smith     Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor, & at Wool     Robert Hoare, bricklayer     Henry House, carpenter     Robert House, carpenter & wheelwright     Charles Jesty, railroad contractor & surveyor of roads.     William Kent, game-keeper     Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak commercial Inn     Charles Lane, tailor     David Lane, lime burner, Woodbury Hill     Henry Lane, shoemaker     William Lane, boot & shoemaker & parish clerk     John Miller, farmer & machine owner                 Joseph    Hamilton    Mundell,    grocer,    ironmonger,    bookseller, seedsman, vendor of patent medicines, & agent to the Eagle life office.     John Neville, toll collector     Mrs Sarah Northover, shopkeeper     Nott & Lys, surgeons     James Poore, carpenter     Robert Purchase, farmer     John Ricketts, shoemaker     George Russell, miller, Doddings Mill     James Russell, butcher     Thomas Satchell, druggist, grocer, painter, plumber & glazier     Richard Scutt & Son, farmers, Stockley     John Thomas Homer Scutt, farmer & miller     Richard Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's Mill     William Scutt, farmer     William Scutt, farmer, Philliols     Joseph Shave, woodman     Miss Maria Sheppard, dressmaker     Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer     William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer     Thomas Spear, farmer     Henry Stroud, collector of rates & taxes     William Bickford Taylor, inland revenue officer     Richard Toomer, farmer     John Vallis, Drax's Arms & inland revenue office     William Wallbridge, cooper & shopkeeper     John Whennell, carpenter     Henry White, farmer     Henry Ears White, shopkeeper     Mrs Tabitha White & Sons, farmers     Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer     William White, farmer     John Woolfreys, boot & shoe maker     Samuel Woolfreys, farmer     POST OFFICE     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, receiver     INSURANCE AGENTS     Eagle Life, Joseph Hamilton Mundell     Emperor, Robert Rolls     Phoenix Fire, J.W. Shettle     PUBLIC SCHOOLS     Charity, Robert Rolls, master     Shitterton, Mrs Susan Stroud, mistress