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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Harrod's 1865 Directory

GENERAL NOTES Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept and 4 following days   POST OFFICE Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, receiver Post Office Savings Bank   PUBLIC OFFICES Registrar of birth, deaths: John Hallett Parish Clerk, William Lane Collector of Rates & Taxes, Henry Stroud   PUBLIC SCHOOLS Charity, Robert Rolls, master Shitterton, Mrs Susan Stroud, mistress   CLERGY & GENTRY Mr John Casher Mrs Cresdee Mrs Jane Galpin Rev. Carrington Ley, M.A. (vicar) F.D. Lys, Esq Thomas Nott Esq Charles James Radclyffe Esq., Hyde William Riste Esq. John Compton Saunders Esq. Rev. G. Smith (Independent)   COMMERCIAL James Arnold, White Hart Inn, farmer & horse breaker William Baker, farmer, Culeaze farm William Barnes, shopkeeper & woodman William Bascombe, farmer Charles Besent, farmer and landowner, Shitterton farm John Bevercomb, shopkeeper & butcher John & Charles Biles, blacksmiths Thomas Boswell, farmer James Bullen, carpenter, wheelwright, smith & farmer Henry Case, draper, tailor, also at Milborne George Chard, tailor Robert Chaffey, tailor, beer retailer, Woodbury Hill Mathew Davis, carpenter Reuben Day, carrier George Dibben, butcher, farmer & beer retailer Thomas Edward Dowden, farmer Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer, stationer & postmistress Thomas Edmonds, tailor Mrs Jane Galton, grocer, baker & beer retailer Henry Galton, carpenter Thomas Gould, beer retailer Thomas Haggett, shopkeeper John Hallett, registrar of births & deaths John Hannings, farmer, Doddings George Hibbs, grocer, draper, outfitter & provisions Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor, also at Wool & Wareham. Harvey House, carpenter Henry House, carpenter Robert House, carpenter & wheelwright Charles Jesty, railroad contractor & surveyor of roads and farmer. Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak Commercial Inn David Lane, farmer & lime burner, Woodbury Hill William Lane, boot and shoe maker & parish clerk Francis D. Lys, surgeon J. Miller, farmer & machine proprietor Joseph   Hamilton   Mundell,   wholesale   grocer,   ironmonger,   bookseller,   seedsman,   vendor   of   patent   medicines,   and   agent   to   the   Eagle   Life   and Caledonian Fire office. Mrs Sarah Northover, shopkeeper Thomas Nott, surgeon James Poore, carpenter Robert Purchase, farmer John Ricketts, shoemaker William Riste, surgeon George Russell, miller, Doddings Mill James Russell, butcher T. Satchell, painter, plumber & glazier H.D. Saunders, saddle & harness maker Richard Scutt & Sons, farmers, Stockley John T. Homer Scutt, farmer & seedsman Richard Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's Mill William Scutt, farmer William Scutt, farmer, Philliols Edmund Shave, carpenter Joseph Shave, woodman Miss Maria Sheppard, milliner Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer & farmer William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer Thomas Spear, farmer Charles Stevenson, boarding & day school Henry Stroud, collector of rates and taxes, and school master. Richard Toomer, farmer John Vallis, Drax's Arms and inland revenue officer. William Wallbridge, cooper John Whennell, carpenter Henry Ears White, shopkeeper, baker & leather seller William White, farmer John Woolfreys, boot and shoe maker Samuel Woolfreys, farmer
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

Harrod's 1865 Directory

GENERAL NOTES Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept and 4 following days   POST OFFICE Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, receiver Post Office Savings Bank   PUBLIC OFFICES Registrar of birth, deaths: John Hallett Parish Clerk, William Lane Collector of Rates & Taxes, Henry Stroud   PUBLIC SCHOOLS Charity, Robert Rolls, master Shitterton, Mrs Susan Stroud, mistress   CLERGY & GENTRY Mr John Casher Mrs Cresdee Mrs Jane Galpin Rev. Carrington Ley, M.A. (vicar) F.D. Lys, Esq Thomas Nott Esq Charles James Radclyffe Esq., Hyde William Riste Esq. John Compton Saunders Esq. Rev. G. Smith (Independent)   COMMERCIAL James Arnold, White Hart Inn, farmer & horse breaker William Baker, farmer, Culeaze farm William Barnes, shopkeeper & woodman William Bascombe, farmer Charles Besent, farmer and landowner, Shitterton farm John Bevercomb, shopkeeper & butcher John & Charles Biles, blacksmiths Thomas Boswell, farmer James Bullen, carpenter, wheelwright, smith & farmer Henry Case, draper, tailor, also at Milborne George Chard, tailor Robert Chaffey, tailor, beer retailer, Woodbury Hill Mathew Davis, carpenter Reuben Day, carrier George Dibben, butcher, farmer & beer retailer Thomas Edward Dowden, farmer Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer, stationer & postmistress Thomas Edmonds, tailor Mrs Jane Galton, grocer, baker & beer retailer Henry Galton, carpenter Thomas Gould, beer retailer Thomas Haggett, shopkeeper John Hallett, registrar of births & deaths John Hannings, farmer, Doddings George Hibbs, grocer, draper, outfitter & provisions Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor, also at Wool & Wareham. Harvey House, carpenter Henry House, carpenter Robert House, carpenter & wheelwright Charles Jesty, railroad contractor & surveyor of roads and farmer. Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak Commercial Inn David Lane, farmer & lime burner, Woodbury Hill William Lane, boot and shoe maker & parish clerk Francis D. Lys, surgeon J. Miller, farmer & machine proprietor Joseph   Hamilton   Mundell,   wholesale   grocer,   ironmonger,   bookseller, seedsman,   vendor   of   patent   medicines,   and   agent   to   the   Eagle   Life and Caledonian Fire office. Mrs Sarah Northover, shopkeeper Thomas Nott, surgeon James Poore, carpenter Robert Purchase, farmer John Ricketts, shoemaker William Riste, surgeon George Russell, miller, Doddings Mill James Russell, butcher T. Satchell, painter, plumber & glazier H.D. Saunders, saddle & harness maker Richard Scutt & Sons, farmers, Stockley John T. Homer Scutt, farmer & seedsman Richard Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's Mill William Scutt, farmer William Scutt, farmer, Philliols Edmund Shave, carpenter Joseph Shave, woodman Miss Maria Sheppard, milliner Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer & farmer William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer Thomas Spear, farmer Charles Stevenson, boarding & day school Henry Stroud, collector of rates and taxes, and school master. Richard Toomer, farmer John Vallis, Drax's Arms and inland revenue officer. William Wallbridge, cooper John Whennell, carpenter Henry Ears White, shopkeeper, baker & leather seller William White, farmer John Woolfreys, boot and shoe maker Samuel Woolfreys, farmer