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1939

Kelly's 1889 Directory

Read Kelly's 1889 Directory Woodbury Hill Fair 21 and 22 September Parish Clerk, John Lane   Post,   M.O.   &   T.O.,   S.B.   &   Annuity   &   Insurance   Office,   Henry   Charles   Jenkins,   sub-postmaster.   Letters   received   through   Wareham;   delivery commences 7.15am & 3 pm & dispatched at 10.45am & 6.15pm; Sundays 10.25am. Pillar Box, Bere Heath, cleared at 5pm, weekdays only.   Insurance Agent County Fire & Provident Life, G. Hibbs Cemetery William Bullen, clerk to the burial board Reading Room James Davis, secretary   Public Officers Medical Officer &c; Francis Daniel Lys Registrar etc; William Bullen. Assistant Overseer & Collector of Rates & Taxes; Henry Charles Jenkins   Schools National   (boys)   Barrow   Hill,   founded   in   1719   by Thomas   Williams   esq.,   &   placed   under   government   inspection   in   1870   &   enlarged   about   the   same time,   for   98   children;   average   attendance,   36;   partly   supported   by   William's   charity;   Job   Bugby,   master.   Shitterton,   for   150   children;   average attendance,   65;   Miss   Matilda   Weare,   mistress;   Miss   Mary Ann   Skuse,   infants'   mistress.   Bere   Heath   (mixed),   built   in   1875,   for   58   children;   average attendance,41: Miss Emma Horth, mistress.   Carriers to:- Blandford, Tuesday   &   Friday.   Dorchester,   Wednesday   &   Saturday.   Poole,   Monday   & Thursday   (All   Mrs   Selina   Day,   and   departure   from   Bere   Regis at 8am each day)   PRIVATE RESIDENTS Samuel Cobb, West Street Rev William Farrer M.A. (vicar) Miss Gallop, West Street Mrs Galpin, West Street Rev Alfred Goodall (Congregational), The Manse Montague John Guest, D.L.,J.P., The Retreat; & 3 Savile Row, London W John Henning, West Street Mrs Howe, West Street Charles Jesty, North Street Francis Daniel Lys, White Lovington Charles James Radclyffe, J.P., Hyde House William Frederick Radclyffe, Culeaze Mrs Sibley, Butt Lane Tom Spear, Rye Hill Rev John Turner Waddy, B.A. (Weslyan church)   COMMERCIAL Thomas Aplin, butcher James Arnold, Drax's Arms P.H. Miss Jane Barnes, dress ma., West Street Walter Beckingham, brick & tile maker Wm. Jn. Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm James Bevercomb, pork butcher, poulterer, & shopkeeper, West Street. Miss Annie Boswell, dress ma., North Street George Bugby, police officer, West Street William Bullen, registrar etc, Shitterton James Bullen, carpenter, Shitterton John Burt, farmer Cemetery (Wm. Bullen, clerk to the burial board) Charles Cobb, farmer Daniel Cobb, farmer, Court farm James Davis, carpenter Charles Day, farmer Mrs Selina Day, carrier George Dibben, farmer Miss Fanny Edmonds, dress maker, Rye hill William George, Royal Oak P.H. William Frederick Henning, farmer, Doddings Geo. Hibbs, grocer, draper & provision dealer Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane end Harvey House, carpenter Robert House, carpenter & shopkeeper James Janes, harness maker & farmer Henry Charles Jenkins, tailor, woollen draper, hatter, stationer & fancy goods dealer, assistant overseer & collector of rates, Post Office. Henry Robert Jesty, farmer, Roke farm John Josias Johnson, brewer & maltster Joseph Kellaway, butcher & farmer Richard Amos Kellaway, shoeing & general smith, machinist &c. John Lane, boot & shoe maker, North Street John Lane, boot & shoe maker, Shitterton Mrs Martha Lane, grocer & draper James Lockyer, thatcher, North Street Francis Daniel Lys, surgeon & Medical Officer Thomas Marsh, farmer, West Street George Miller, machine owner John Miller, farmer & machine owner Thomas Miller, farmer, Rye Hill Miss Harriett Moore, dress maker J.H. Mundell & Co., grocers, ironmongers, provision dealers &c., & agents for W.&A. Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants. Alfred Nutbeem, butcher James Nutbeem, dairyman, Stockley Reading Room (James Davis, secretary) Fredk. Ricketts, boot & shoe ma. North Street Edward Russell, farmer, Rye Hill Miss Ellen E. Scutt, preparatory school Edwin Shave, wheelwt, timber dealer &c Charles Sheppard, bricklayer Frederick Sheppard, watch & clock maker George Sheppard, builder William Clench Sheppard, builder Charles Snook, blacksmith, Rye Hill Roger Strange, miller (water) & farmer, Chamberlain's Mill Charlston Toms, carrier, Rye Hill Henry Tozer, farmer James Welch, baker
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

Kelly's 1889 Directory

Read Kelly's 1889 Directory Woodbury Hill Fair 21 and 22 September Parish Clerk, John Lane   Post,   M.O.   &   T.O.,   S.B.   &   Annuity   &   Insurance   Office,   Henry   Charles Jenkins,   sub-postmaster.   Letters   received   through   Wareham;   delivery commences   7.15am   &   3   pm   &   dispatched   at   10.45am   &   6.15pm; Sundays   10.25am.   Pillar   Box,   Bere   Heath,   cleared   at   5pm,   weekdays only.   Insurance Agent County Fire & Provident Life, G. Hibbs Cemetery William Bullen, clerk to the burial board Reading Room James Davis, secretary   Public Officers Medical   Officer   &c;   Francis   Daniel   Lys   Registrar   etc;   William   Bullen. Assistant    Overseer    &    Collector    of    Rates    &    Taxes;    Henry    Charles Jenkins   Schools National   (boys)   Barrow   Hill,   founded   in   1719   by Thomas   Williams   esq., &   placed   under   government   inspection   in   1870   &   enlarged   about   the same   time,   for   98   children;   average   attendance,   36;   partly   supported by   William's   charity;   Job   Bugby,   master.   Shitterton,   for   150   children; average   attendance,   65;   Miss   Matilda   Weare,   mistress;   Miss   Mary Ann Skuse,   infants'   mistress.   Bere   Heath   (mixed),   built   in   1875,   for   58 children; average attendance,41: Miss Emma Horth, mistress.   Carriers to:- Blandford,    Tuesday    &    Friday.    Dorchester,    Wednesday    &    Saturday. Poole,   Monday   &   Thursday   (All   Mrs   Selina   Day,   and   departure   from Bere Regis at 8am each day)   PRIVATE RESIDENTS Samuel Cobb, West Street Rev William Farrer M.A. (vicar) Miss Gallop, West Street Mrs Galpin, West Street Rev Alfred Goodall (Congregational), The Manse Montague   John   Guest,   D.L.,J.P.,   The   Retreat;   &   3   Savile   Row,   London W John Henning, West Street Mrs Howe, West Street Charles Jesty, North Street Francis Daniel Lys, White Lovington Charles James Radclyffe, J.P., Hyde House William Frederick Radclyffe, Culeaze Mrs Sibley, Butt Lane Tom Spear, Rye Hill Rev John Turner Waddy, B.A. (Weslyan church)   COMMERCIAL Thomas Aplin, butcher James Arnold, Drax's Arms P.H. Miss Jane Barnes, dress ma., West Street Walter Beckingham, brick & tile maker Wm. Jn. Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm James    Bevercomb,    pork    butcher,    poulterer,    &    shopkeeper,    West Street. Miss Annie Boswell, dress ma., North Street George Bugby, police officer, West Street William Bullen, registrar etc, Shitterton James Bullen, carpenter, Shitterton John Burt, farmer Cemetery (Wm. Bullen, clerk to the burial board) Charles Cobb, farmer Daniel Cobb, farmer, Court farm James Davis, carpenter Charles Day, farmer Mrs Selina Day, carrier George Dibben, farmer Miss Fanny Edmonds, dress maker, Rye hill William George, Royal Oak P.H. William Frederick Henning, farmer, Doddings Geo. Hibbs, grocer, draper & provision dealer Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane end Harvey House, carpenter Robert House, carpenter & shopkeeper James Janes, harness maker & farmer Henry   Charles   Jenkins,   tailor,   woollen   draper,   hatter,   stationer   &   fancy goods dealer, assistant overseer & collector of rates, Post Office. Henry Robert Jesty, farmer, Roke farm John Josias Johnson, brewer & maltster Joseph Kellaway, butcher & farmer Richard Amos Kellaway, shoeing & general smith, machinist &c. John Lane, boot & shoe maker, North Street John Lane, boot & shoe maker, Shitterton Mrs Martha Lane, grocer & draper James Lockyer, thatcher, North Street Francis Daniel Lys, surgeon & Medical Officer Thomas Marsh, farmer, West Street George Miller, machine owner John Miller, farmer & machine owner Thomas Miller, farmer, Rye Hill Miss Harriett Moore, dress maker J.H.   Mundell   &   Co.,   grocers,   ironmongers,   provision   dealers   &c.,   & agents for W.&A. Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants. Alfred Nutbeem, butcher James Nutbeem, dairyman, Stockley Reading Room (James Davis, secretary) Fredk. Ricketts, boot & shoe ma. North Street Edward Russell, farmer, Rye Hill Miss Ellen E. Scutt, preparatory school Edwin Shave, wheelwt, timber dealer &c Charles Sheppard, bricklayer Frederick Sheppard, watch & clock maker George Sheppard, builder William Clench Sheppard, builder Charles Snook, blacksmith, Rye Hill Roger Strange, miller (water) & farmer, Chamberlain's Mill Charlston Toms, carrier, Rye Hill Henry Tozer, farmer James Welch, baker