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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

    Kelly's 1875 Directory

    General Notes: Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept and 4 following days     1871 population: 1676 including 310 in Milborne Stileham     Parish Clerk: John Lane     Post & Money Order & Telegraph Office & Savings Bank: Mrs Mary Ann Dowland PUBLIC OFFICERS     Registrar of Births & Deaths & Recieving Officer for BR: Henry Hallet     Assistant Overseer & Collector of Rates & Taxes: Henry Clark Galton     Inland Revenue Officer: Thomas Stubbs SCHOOLS     National, Henry Webb, master     Shitterton, Miss Alice Miller, mistress; Miss Jane Snook, infants' mistress     Bere Heath, Miss C. Martin, mistress     Independent, Miss Jane Sheppard, mistress CARRIERS     Mrs Selina Day (Blandford, Dorchester, Poole, Wareham); William Purchase (Dorchester) PRIVATE     Rev. Edward Mansfield Clements, M.A.,(curate)     Mrs Galpin     Montague John Guest, J.P., The Retreat & 46 St. James Place, Pall Mall, SW     Francil Daniel Lys     Charles James Radclyffe, J.P., Hyde     Charles Jas. Radclyffe Jun., J.P., Hyde     William Fredk Radclyffe, Woodlands     Rev. John Rose Tuttle Ross (Independent)     John Compton Saunders     Mrs Shaddock     Rev. Francis Warre, M.A. (vicar) COMMERCIAL     James Arnold, White Hart     William Baker, farmer, Culeaze farm     Charles Bascombe, farmer, Court Farm     Walter Beckingham, brick & tile maker, also at Hartfoot Lane, Dorchester     Charles Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm     Charles Biles, blacksmith     John White Boswell, painter &c     James Bullen, carpenter     George Chard, tailor     Mathew Davis, carpenter     Mrs Selina Day, carrier     George Dibben, farmer     Thos. Edwd. Dowden, farmer, Roke farm     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer     Charles Galton, grocer     Henry Clarke Galton, carpenter, collector of taxes and assistant overseer     Thomas Haggett, Horse & Jockey     Henry Hallett, registrar of Birth & Deaths and relieving officer for BR district     John Hallet, watch & clock maker     John Hemming, farmer, Doddings     George Hibbs, grocer & draper     Harvey House, carpenter     Robert House, carpenter & shopkeeper     James Janes, harness maker     Henry Charles Jenkins, tailor     Charles Jesty, farmer, Filiols     William Jesty, farmer     Joseph Kelloway, butcher     Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak, brewer & inland revenue office     Chas. Lane, lime burner, Woodbury Hill     John Lane, boot & shoe maker     Mrs Martha Lane, grocer     Francis Daniel Lys, surgeon     Thomas Marsh, farmer     George Miller, machine owner     John Miller, farmer & machine owner     Joseph Hamilton Mundell, grocer     James Nutbeem, dairyman, Stockley     Eli Phillips, boot maker     James Poore, carpenter     William Purchase, carrier     George Russell, farmer, Doddings     James Russell, farmer     Edward Scutt, farmer, Warren farm     John Thomas Homer Scutt, farmer, miller, corn & seed merchant     Richard Scutt, farmer, Stockley     Richard Scutt, sen., farmer, Chamberlain's farm     Thomes Jones Scutt, farmer & threshing machine owner     Wm. Jones Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's Mill     Edwin Shave, smith & wheelwright     Charles Sheppard, bricklayer     William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer     Mrs Matilda Stickland, Drax's Arms     Thomas Stubbs, inland revenue officer     Henry Tozer, farmer     James Welch, baker     John Compton Whennell, carpenter
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

    Kelly's 1875 Directory

    General Notes: Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept and 4 following days     1871 population: 1676 including 310 in Milborne Stileham     Parish Clerk: John Lane             Post   &   Money   Order   &   Telegraph   Office   &   Savings   Bank:   Mrs   Mary Ann Dowland PUBLIC OFFICERS             Registrar   of   Births   &   Deaths   &   Recieving   Officer   for   BR:   Henry Hallet             Assistant   Overseer   &   Collector   of   Rates   &   Taxes:   Henry   Clark Galton     Inland Revenue Officer: Thomas Stubbs SCHOOLS     National, Henry Webb, master             Shitterton,   Miss   Alice   Miller,   mistress;   Miss   Jane   Snook,   infants' mistress     Bere Heath, Miss C. Martin, mistress     Independent, Miss Jane Sheppard, mistress CARRIERS             Mrs   Selina   Day   (Blandford,   Dorchester,   Poole,   Wareham);   William Purchase (Dorchester) PRIVATE     Rev. Edward Mansfield Clements, M.A.,(curate)     Mrs Galpin             Montague   John   Guest,   J.P.,   The   Retreat   &   46   St.   James   Place,   Pall Mall, SW     Francil Daniel Lys     Charles James Radclyffe, J.P., Hyde     Charles Jas. Radclyffe Jun., J.P., Hyde     William Fredk Radclyffe, Woodlands     Rev. John Rose Tuttle Ross (Independent)     John Compton Saunders     Mrs Shaddock     Rev. Francis Warre, M.A. (vicar) COMMERCIAL     James Arnold, White Hart     William Baker, farmer, Culeaze farm     Charles Bascombe, farmer, Court Farm             Walter   Beckingham,   brick   &   tile   maker,   also   at   Hartfoot   Lane, Dorchester     Charles Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm     Charles Biles, blacksmith     John White Boswell, painter &c     James Bullen, carpenter     George Chard, tailor     Mathew Davis, carpenter     Mrs Selina Day, carrier     George Dibben, farmer     Thos. Edwd. Dowden, farmer, Roke farm     Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer     Charles Galton, grocer             Henry   Clarke   Galton,   carpenter,   collector   of   taxes   and   assistant overseer     Thomas Haggett, Horse & Jockey             Henry   Hallett,   registrar   of   Birth   &   Deaths   and   relieving   officer   for   BR district     John Hallet, watch & clock maker     John Hemming, farmer, Doddings     George Hibbs, grocer & draper     Harvey House, carpenter     Robert House, carpenter & shopkeeper     James Janes, harness maker     Henry Charles Jenkins, tailor     Charles Jesty, farmer, Filiols     William Jesty, farmer     Joseph Kelloway, butcher     Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak, brewer & inland revenue office     Chas. Lane, lime burner, Woodbury Hill     John Lane, boot & shoe maker     Mrs Martha Lane, grocer     Francis Daniel Lys, surgeon     Thomas Marsh, farmer     George Miller, machine owner     John Miller, farmer & machine owner     Joseph Hamilton Mundell, grocer     James Nutbeem, dairyman, Stockley     Eli Phillips, boot maker     James Poore, carpenter     William Purchase, carrier     George Russell, farmer, Doddings     James Russell, farmer     Edward Scutt, farmer, Warren farm     John Thomas Homer Scutt, farmer, miller, corn & seed merchant     Richard Scutt, farmer, Stockley     Richard Scutt, sen., farmer, Chamberlain's farm     Thomes Jones Scutt, farmer & threshing machine owner     Wm. Jones Scutt, miller, Chamberlain's Mill     Edwin Shave, smith & wheelwright     Charles Sheppard, bricklayer     William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer     Mrs Matilda Stickland, Drax's Arms     Thomas Stubbs, inland revenue officer     Henry Tozer, farmer     James Welch, baker     John Compton Whennell, carpenter