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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

    Kelly's 1907 Directory

    Parish Clerk; John Battrick     Post Office; William Hatton sub-postmaster.     Pillar boxes at Bere Heath, Roke and Shitterton     Police Station; Frederick Arnold, constable in charge      PUBLIC OFFICERS     Medical Officer etc; George Lys, White Lovington     Registrar etc; William Bullen     Assistant overseer & Clerk to Parish Council; Job Bugby     Collector of Taxes; James Janes, North Street     SCHOOLS     Elemetary, Barrow Hill (boys) etc Job Bugby, master     Elementary Shitterton; Miss K.H. Malpas, mistress, Miss Turner, infants' mistress     Elementary, Bere Heath (mixed) Mrs Amelia Hallam, mistress     CARRIERS TO:     Dorchester - Charlton Toms (wed & sat) Henry House (wed & sat)     Poole - Henry House (mon & thurs) leaving B.R. at 8am.     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     William Bedford, Doddings     Rev Montague Acland Bere MA (vicar)     Rev Lawrence Crookall (Congregational) The Manse     Miss Dobson, Chamberlain's     Arthur George Dwight, Chamberlaynes     Mrs Gard, Rye Hill     William George, Southbrook house     Mrs Howe, West Street     Moffat Lindner, The Retreat     George Lys, Whitelovington     Capt. Gerald Lindsay Palmes DSO     Atherton Charles Park, Woodlands     Charles James Radclyffe JP, Hyde house     Charles Percy Frederick Radclyffe, Culeaze     Charles Robert Eustace Radclyffe JP, Hyde house     Miss Scutt, North Street     COMMERCIAL     Thomas Edward Applin, butcher     Henry Allen, gamekeeper to Capt G.L. Palmes     Edward Arnold, boot maker, North street     Arthur Barnes, coal & wood merchant     John Barnes, wheelwright, West street     John Battrick, tailor     Thomas Battrick, estate woodman to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany, Bere wood     Bedford & Dwight, farmers & brick makers, Doddings, Chamberlayne's & Phillols farms.     Samuel Edward Bemister, grocer, ironmonger, provisions, corn & flour dealer &c, & agent for W & A Gilbey Ltd.     William John Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm     Mrs Ann Biles, dress maker, Rye Hill     William Bullen, registrar etc, Shitterton     James Carter, farm bailiff to W.J. Drake esq, Skippits farm     Cemetery, (Job Bugby, clerk)     Miss Sarah Chard, shopkeeper, West Street     Daniel J. Cobb, farmer, Court farm     Samuel Charles Cobb, farmer & haulier     Constitutional Club (Job Bugby sec.)     John Crocker, farmer, Higher Stockley     Mrs Elizabeth Davis, apartments     William Edwards, county tailor & leather breeches maker &c.     Albert Edward Griffin, estate painter     Walter Haggett, farmer, Middle Heath     William Hatton, grocer & provision dealer & post office, West Street.     Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane end     William George Hobbs, Royal Oak P.H.     Charles House, estate carpenter     Hiram House, tailor, North Street     Samuel House, farmer, Rye hill     William Thomas House, farmer, Jenkins farm     James Janes, harness maker & farmer     Henry Robert Jesty, farmer, Roke farm     Johnson & Tozer, brewers & maltsters     James Joiner, farmer, Mintern ferry     John Kellaway, dairyman, Stockley             Richard   Amos   Kellaway,   Drax   Arms;   good   accommodation   for   travellers,   cyclists   &c;   conveyances   for   hire;   farmer,   shoeing   &   general   smith, cycle repair, machinist &c.     Harvey Lockyer, thatcher, Bere Heath     George Lys, surgeon, m.o. &c, Whitelovington     Thomas Marsh, farmer, West street     James Miller, farmer     John Miller, clerk of works to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany.     Rowland Miller, boot maker, North Street     Shadrach Mintern, estate mason     Mrs Eliza Paulley, farmer, Woodbury hill     Henry Percy, blacksmith, Rye hill     James Phillips, hurdle maker, North Street     Walter Phillips, hurdle maker, West Street     Robert Poore, estate carpenter     George Pople, saddler     Joseph Purchase, farmer & poultry dealer     William John Saunders, farmer, North street     Edwin Shave, wheelwright & timber dealer &c     Frederick Shave, horse dealer     Frank Sheppard, builder, North Street     Frederick Sheppard, draper, outfitter, boot stores & watch & clock maker, West Street     Thomas Sheppard, builder, North Street     Henry Stanfield, estate mason     Frank Stickley, farmer, Woodbury hill     Matthew Stickley, farmer, Woodbury hill     George Strode, farmer, Woodbury hill     Charlton Toms, carrier, West street     Samuel Toms, farmer, Shitterton     Henry Pitt Tozer, farmer     Mrs Harriet Welch, baker     Mrs Emily Wood, drapery & furnishing stores, china, glass & fancy repository & stationer, 12 & 13 North Street.
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

    Kelly's 1907 Directory

    Parish Clerk; John Battrick     Post Office; William Hatton sub-postmaster.     Pillar boxes at Bere Heath, Roke and Shitterton     Police Station; Frederick Arnold, constable in charge      PUBLIC OFFICERS     Medical Officer etc; George Lys, White Lovington     Registrar etc; William Bullen     Assistant overseer & Clerk to Parish Council; Job Bugby     Collector of Taxes; James Janes, North Street     SCHOOLS     Elemetary, Barrow Hill (boys) etc Job Bugby, master             Elementary   Shitterton;   Miss   K.H.   Malpas,   mistress,   Miss   Turner, infants' mistress     Elementary, Bere Heath (mixed) Mrs Amelia Hallam, mistress     CARRIERS TO:     Dorchester - Charlton Toms (wed & sat) Henry House (wed & sat)     Poole - Henry House (mon & thurs) leaving B.R. at 8am.     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     William Bedford, Doddings     Rev Montague Acland Bere MA (vicar)     Rev Lawrence Crookall (Congregational) The Manse     Miss Dobson, Chamberlain's     Arthur George Dwight, Chamberlaynes     Mrs Gard, Rye Hill     William George, Southbrook house     Mrs Howe, West Street     Moffat Lindner, The Retreat     George Lys, Whitelovington     Capt. Gerald Lindsay Palmes DSO     Atherton Charles Park, Woodlands     Charles James Radclyffe JP, Hyde house     Charles Percy Frederick Radclyffe, Culeaze     Charles Robert Eustace Radclyffe JP, Hyde house     Miss Scutt, North Street     COMMERCIAL     Thomas Edward Applin, butcher     Henry Allen, gamekeeper to Capt G.L. Palmes     Edward Arnold, boot maker, North street     Arthur Barnes, coal & wood merchant     John Barnes, wheelwright, West street     John Battrick, tailor             Thomas   Battrick,   estate   woodman   to   Lady   (Ernle)   Dunsany,   Bere wood                     Bedford     &     Dwight,     farmers     &     brick     makers,     Doddings, Chamberlayne's & Phillols farms.             Samuel   Edward   Bemister,   grocer,   ironmonger,   provisions,   corn   & flour dealer &c, & agent for W & A Gilbey Ltd.     William John Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm     Mrs Ann Biles, dress maker, Rye Hill     William Bullen, registrar etc, Shitterton     James Carter, farm bailiff to W.J. Drake esq, Skippits farm     Cemetery, (Job Bugby, clerk)     Miss Sarah Chard, shopkeeper, West Street     Daniel J. Cobb, farmer, Court farm     Samuel Charles Cobb, farmer & haulier     Constitutional Club (Job Bugby sec.)     John Crocker, farmer, Higher Stockley     Mrs Elizabeth Davis, apartments     William Edwards, county tailor & leather breeches maker &c.     Albert Edward Griffin, estate painter     Walter Haggett, farmer, Middle Heath     William Hatton, grocer & provision dealer & post office, West Street.     Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane end     William George Hobbs, Royal Oak P.H.     Charles House, estate carpenter     Hiram House, tailor, North Street     Samuel House, farmer, Rye hill     William Thomas House, farmer, Jenkins farm     James Janes, harness maker & farmer     Henry Robert Jesty, farmer, Roke farm     Johnson & Tozer, brewers & maltsters     James Joiner, farmer, Mintern ferry     John Kellaway, dairyman, Stockley             Richard   Amos   Kellaway,   Drax   Arms;   good   accommodation   for travellers,   cyclists   &c;   conveyances   for   hire;   farmer,   shoeing   &   general smith, cycle repair, machinist &c.     Harvey Lockyer, thatcher, Bere Heath     George Lys, surgeon, m.o. &c, Whitelovington     Thomas Marsh, farmer, West street     James Miller, farmer     John Miller, clerk of works to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany.     Rowland Miller, boot maker, North Street     Shadrach Mintern, estate mason     Mrs Eliza Paulley, farmer, Woodbury hill     Henry Percy, blacksmith, Rye hill     James Phillips, hurdle maker, North Street     Walter Phillips, hurdle maker, West Street     Robert Poore, estate carpenter     George Pople, saddler     Joseph Purchase, farmer & poultry dealer     William John Saunders, farmer, North street     Edwin Shave, wheelwright & timber dealer &c     Frederick Shave, horse dealer     Frank Sheppard, builder, North Street             Frederick   Sheppard,   draper,   outfitter,   boot   stores   &   watch   &   clock maker, West Street     Thomas Sheppard, builder, North Street     Henry Stanfield, estate mason     Frank Stickley, farmer, Woodbury hill     Matthew Stickley, farmer, Woodbury hill     George Strode, farmer, Woodbury hill     Charlton Toms, carrier, West street     Samuel Toms, farmer, Shitterton     Henry Pitt Tozer, farmer     Mrs Harriet Welch, baker             Mrs   Emily   Wood,   drapery   &   furnishing   stores,   china,   glass   &   fancy repository & stationer, 12 & 13 North Street.