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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Kelly's 1880 Directory

General notes:- Woodbury Hill Fair 18 September and 4 following days. The population in 1871 was 1676 including 310 in Milborne Stileham The Parish Clark is John Lane   Post,   Money   Order   &   Telegraph   Office   &   Savings   Bank:   Mrs   Mary   Ann   Dowland,   receiver.   Letters   received   through   Blandford   at   8.15am   and dispatched at 4.55pm.   Insurance Agents: British Equitable, Norwich & London, Phoenix Fire, all John Hallett   Public Offices: Registrar of Births & Death & Relieving Officer; William Bullen Assistant Overseer & Collector of Rates & Taxes; Henry Clark Galton Inland Revenue Officer: William Leghorn   Schools: Three   National   Schools   are   in   the   parish   -   one   for   boys   at   Barrow   Hill,   one   for   girls   &   infants   at   Shitterton   &   a   mixed   school   for   the   scattered district   of   Bere   Heath.   National   School,   Barrow   Hill;   George   House,   master.   Shitterton,   Miss   Elizabeth   Cross,   mistress;   Miss   Jane   Galton,   infants' mistress. Bere Heath, Miss Emma Horth, mistress. British, Miss Jane Wilkins, mistress   Carriers to:- Blandford - Mrs Selina Day, friday Dorchester - Mrs Selina Day, wednesday & saturday, William Purchase, saturday Poole - Mrs Selina Day, monday & thursday Wareham - Mrs Selina Day, tuesday   PRIVATE RESIDENTS Mrs Galpin Montague John Guest, J.P.,D.L., The Retreat;& 3 Savile Row, London W Rev John Frere Langford, M.A. (vicar) Francis Daniel Lys Charles James Radclyffe, J.P., Hyde (MFH, S.Dorset) Charles Jas. Radclyffe jun., J.P., Hyde William Fredk. Radclyffe, Woodlands Mrs Scutt Mrs Shaddock Rev. Thomas Simm (congregational) Rev. William Percy Schuster, M.A. (curate)   COMMERCIAL James Arnold, Drax's Arms Charles Bascombe, Court Farm Walter Beckingham, brick & tile ma; & at Melcombe's Bingham Charles Besent, farmer, Shitterton Farm Biles & Kelloway, blacksmiths John White Boswell, painter &c Stephen Brown, plumber James Bullen, carpenter, Shitterton William Bullen, registrar, Shitterton John Burt, farmer, Culeaze George Chard, tailor George Davis, carpenter James Davis, carpenter Mathew Davis, carpenter Mrs Selina Day, carrier George Dibben, farmer Thos. Edwd. Dowden, farmer, Roke Farm Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer Henry Clark Galton, builder, cabinet maker John Hallett, watch & clock maker, jeweller & fancy dealer John Henning, farmer, Doddings George Hibbs, grocer & draper Harvey House, carpenter Robert House, carpenter & shopkeeper James Janes, harness maker Hy. Chas. Jenkins, tailor & woollen draper Charles Jesty, farmer, Filiols William Jesty, farmer John J. Johnson, brewer & maltster Joseph Kelloway, butcher Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak & Inland Revenue office John Lane, boot & shoe maker Mrs Martha Lane, grocer Wm. Leghorn, inland revenue officer Francis Daniel Lys, surgeon Thomas Marsh, farmer George Miller, machine owner John Miller, farmer & machine owner Joseph Hamilton Mundell, grocer & agent for W & A Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants James Nutbeem, dairyman, Stockley William Purchase, carrier Reading Room (George House, secretary) George Russell, farmer James Russell, farmer Edward Scutt, farmer, Warren Farm John Thos. Homer Scutt, miller & seed mer. Richard Scutt jun., farmer, Stockley Richard Scutt sen., farmer, Chaimberlain's Farm Wm. Jones Scutt, millr. Chaimberlain's ml. Edwin Shave, wheelwright Charles Sheppard, bricklayer George Sheppard, builder Wm. Clench Sheppard, bricklayer 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 1880 Directory

General notes:- Woodbury Hill Fair 18 September and 4 following days. The population in 1871 was 1676 including 310 in Milborne Stileham The Parish Clark is John Lane   Post,   Money   Order   &   Telegraph   Office   &   Savings   Bank:   Mrs   Mary Ann Dowland,   receiver.   Letters   received   through   Blandford   at   8.15am   and dispatched at 4.55pm.   Insurance Agents: British Equitable, Norwich & London, Phoenix Fire, all John Hallett   Public Offices: Registrar of Births & Death & Relieving Officer; William Bullen Assistant Overseer & Collector of Rates & Taxes; Henry Clark Galton Inland Revenue Officer: William Leghorn   Schools: Three   National   Schools   are   in   the   parish   -   one   for   boys   at   Barrow   Hill, one   for   girls   &   infants   at   Shitterton   &   a   mixed   school   for   the   scattered district   of   Bere   Heath.   National   School,   Barrow   Hill;   George   House, master.   Shitterton,   Miss   Elizabeth   Cross,   mistress;   Miss   Jane   Galton, infants'   mistress.   Bere   Heath,   Miss   Emma   Horth,   mistress.   British, Miss Jane Wilkins, mistress   Carriers to:- Blandford - Mrs Selina Day, friday Dorchester     -     Mrs     Selina     Day,     wednesday     &     saturday,     William Purchase, saturday Poole - Mrs Selina Day, monday & thursday Wareham - Mrs Selina Day, tuesday   PRIVATE RESIDENTS Mrs Galpin Montague   John   Guest,   J.P.,D.L.,   The   Retreat;&   3   Savile   Row,   London W Rev John Frere Langford, M.A. (vicar) Francis Daniel Lys Charles James Radclyffe, J.P., Hyde (MFH, S.Dorset) Charles Jas. Radclyffe jun., J.P., Hyde William Fredk. Radclyffe, Woodlands Mrs Scutt Mrs Shaddock Rev. Thomas Simm (congregational) Rev. William Percy Schuster, M.A. (curate)   COMMERCIAL James Arnold, Drax's Arms Charles Bascombe, Court Farm Walter Beckingham, brick & tile ma; & at Melcombe's Bingham Charles Besent, farmer, Shitterton Farm Biles & Kelloway, blacksmiths John White Boswell, painter &c Stephen Brown, plumber James Bullen, carpenter, Shitterton William Bullen, registrar, Shitterton John Burt, farmer, Culeaze George Chard, tailor George Davis, carpenter James Davis, carpenter Mathew Davis, carpenter Mrs Selina Day, carrier George Dibben, farmer Thos. Edwd. Dowden, farmer, Roke Farm Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer Henry Clark Galton, builder, cabinet maker John Hallett, watch & clock maker, jeweller & fancy dealer John Henning, farmer, Doddings George Hibbs, grocer & draper Harvey House, carpenter Robert House, carpenter & shopkeeper James Janes, harness maker Hy. Chas. Jenkins, tailor & woollen draper Charles Jesty, farmer, Filiols William Jesty, farmer John J. Johnson, brewer & maltster Joseph Kelloway, butcher Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak & Inland Revenue office John Lane, boot & shoe maker Mrs Martha Lane, grocer Wm. Leghorn, inland revenue officer Francis Daniel Lys, surgeon Thomas Marsh, farmer George Miller, machine owner John Miller, farmer & machine owner Joseph   Hamilton   Mundell,   grocer   &   agent   for   W   &   A   Gilbey,   wine   & spirit merchants James Nutbeem, dairyman, Stockley William Purchase, carrier Reading Room (George House, secretary) George Russell, farmer James Russell, farmer Edward Scutt, farmer, Warren Farm John Thos. Homer Scutt, miller & seed mer. Richard Scutt jun., farmer, Stockley Richard Scutt sen., farmer, Chaimberlain's Farm Wm. Jones Scutt, millr. Chaimberlain's ml. Edwin Shave, wheelwright Charles Sheppard, bricklayer George Sheppard, builder Wm. Clench Sheppard, bricklayer Henry Tozer, farmer James Welch, baker John Compton Whennell, carpenter