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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Kelly's 1911 Directory

Parish Clerk; John Battrick   Post Office; William Hatton, sub-postmaster Police Station; John Wills, constable in charge Public Officers; M.O. etc.; George Lys, whitelovington Registrar etc.; William Bullen Asst Overseer & Clerk to Parish Council, Job Bugby Collector of Taxes; James Janes, North Street   Schools Barrow Hill (boys); Job Bugby, master Shitterton, Mrs Amelia Hallam, mistress Bere Heath, Mrs Minnie Satchwill, mistress   Carriers to; Blandford - Fredk Roper (fri) from B.R. 8.30am Dorchester - Charlton Toms, Frederick Roper & Ernest Roper (wed & sat) Poole - Frederick Roper (mon & thur) leaves B.R. 8.30am Wareham - William & Frank Hoare (mon, thur & sat) leave B.R. 9am   Private Residents James Hilton Baker-White, The Retreat William Bedford, Doddings Rev Montague Acland Bere MA (vicar) Rev Laurence Crookall (Congregational) The Manse Arthur George Dwight, Chamberlaynes Archibald Forsyth, Culeaze Mrs George, Southbrook house Mrs Johnson, West Street George Lys, Whitelovington Charles James Radclyffe JP, Hyde House Capt Charles Robert Eustace Radclyffe JP, Hyde House Fredk Guthrie Watson, The Cedars   Commercial (Early closing day; Thursday) 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 Bedford & Dwight, watercress growers, farmers & brick makers, Doddings, Chamberlaynes & Phillols Farms. Samuel Edward Bemister, wholesale family grocer & provision merchant, baker &c. William John Besent, farmer, Shitterton Farm William Bullen, registrar etc, Shitterton Cemetery (Job Bugby, clerk) Mrs Sarah Chard, apartments, West Street Daniel J. Cobb, farmer, Court Farm Frank Cobb, coal dealer, 39 West Street Constitutional Club (Job Bugby, sec) John Crocker, farmer, Higher Stockley Mrs Elizabeth Davis, apartments Harry Arbon Drake, farmer Walter Haggett, farmer, Middle heath William Hatton, grocer, provision dealer & stationer, & post office, West Street. William & Frank Hoare, carriers Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane End Hollingham & Bussey, tailors, West Street Hiram House, tailor, West Street William Thomas House, farmer, Jenkins Farm James Janes, harness maker & farmer Henry Robert Jesty, farmer, Roke Farm Johnson & Tozer, brewers & maltsters John Kellaway, dairyman, Stockley Richard Amos Kellaway, Drax Arms, farmer, jobmaster, shoeing & general smith, cycle repairer, machinist &c. George Lys, surgeorn etc, Whitelovington Thomas Marsh, farmer, West Street Samuel Matthews, Royal Oak P.H. James Miller, farmer John Miller, clerk of works to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany. James Nutbeem & Son, farmers, Culeaze Farm Mrs Eliza Paulley, farmer, Woodbury Hill Henry Percy, blacksmith, Rye Hill James Phillips, hurdle maker, North Street Walter Phillips, hurdle maker, West Street George W. Profeat, estate agent to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany, office, West Street. Ernest Roper, carrier Frederick Roper, carrier Edwin Shave, wheelwright & timber dealer Frederick Shave, horse dealer Frank Sheppard, builder, North Street Frederick Sheppard, draper, outfitter, cycle agent & dealer, boot stores & watch & clock maker, West Street. Thomas Sheppard, builder, North Street 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 Henry W. Way, gardener to A. Forsyth Esq., Culeaze. Mrs Harriet Welch, baker Mrs Emily Woods, 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 1911 Directory

Parish Clerk; John Battrick   Post Office; William Hatton, sub-postmaster Police Station; John Wills, constable in charge Public Officers; M.O. etc.; George Lys, whitelovington Registrar etc.; William Bullen Asst Overseer & Clerk to Parish Council, Job Bugby Collector of Taxes; James Janes, North Street   Schools Barrow Hill (boys); Job Bugby, master Shitterton, Mrs Amelia Hallam, mistress Bere Heath, Mrs Minnie Satchwill, mistress   Carriers to; Blandford - Fredk Roper (fri) from B.R. 8.30am Dorchester   -   Charlton   Toms,   Frederick   Roper   &   Ernest   Roper   (wed   & sat) Poole - Frederick Roper (mon & thur) leaves B.R. 8.30am Wareham - William & Frank Hoare (mon, thur & sat) leave B.R. 9am   Private Residents James Hilton Baker-White, The Retreat William Bedford, Doddings Rev Montague Acland Bere MA (vicar) Rev Laurence Crookall (Congregational) The Manse Arthur George Dwight, Chamberlaynes Archibald Forsyth, Culeaze Mrs George, Southbrook house Mrs Johnson, West Street George Lys, Whitelovington Charles James Radclyffe JP, Hyde House Capt Charles Robert Eustace Radclyffe JP, Hyde House Fredk Guthrie Watson, The Cedars   Commercial (Early closing day; Thursday) 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 Bedford    &    Dwight,    watercress    growers,    farmers    &    brick    makers, Doddings, Chamberlaynes & Phillols Farms. Samuel     Edward     Bemister,     wholesale     family     grocer     &     provision merchant, baker &c. William John Besent, farmer, Shitterton Farm William Bullen, registrar etc, Shitterton Cemetery (Job Bugby, clerk) Mrs Sarah Chard, apartments, West Street Daniel J. Cobb, farmer, Court Farm Frank Cobb, coal dealer, 39 West Street Constitutional Club (Job Bugby, sec) John Crocker, farmer, Higher Stockley Mrs Elizabeth Davis, apartments Harry Arbon Drake, farmer Walter Haggett, farmer, Middle heath William   Hatton,   grocer,   provision   dealer   &   stationer,   &   post   office,   West Street. William & Frank Hoare, carriers Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane End Hollingham & Bussey, tailors, West Street Hiram House, tailor, West Street William Thomas House, farmer, Jenkins Farm James Janes, harness maker & farmer Henry Robert Jesty, farmer, Roke Farm Johnson & Tozer, brewers & maltsters John Kellaway, dairyman, Stockley Richard   Amos    Kellaway,    Drax   Arms,    farmer,    jobmaster,    shoeing    & general smith, cycle repairer, machinist &c. George Lys, surgeorn etc, Whitelovington Thomas Marsh, farmer, West Street Samuel Matthews, Royal Oak P.H. James Miller, farmer John Miller, clerk of works to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany. James Nutbeem & Son, farmers, Culeaze Farm Mrs Eliza Paulley, farmer, Woodbury Hill Henry Percy, blacksmith, Rye Hill James Phillips, hurdle maker, North Street Walter Phillips, hurdle maker, West Street George   W.   Profeat,   estate   agent   to   Lady   (Ernle)   Dunsany,   office,   West Street. Ernest Roper, carrier Frederick Roper, carrier Edwin Shave, wheelwright & timber dealer Frederick Shave, horse dealer Frank Sheppard, builder, North Street Frederick   Sheppard,   draper,   outfitter,   cycle   agent   &   dealer,   boot   stores & watch & clock maker, West Street. Thomas Sheppard, builder, North Street 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 Henry W. Way, gardener to A. Forsyth Esq., Culeaze. Mrs Harriet Welch, baker Mrs   Emily   Woods,   drapery   &   furnishing   stores,   china,   glass   &   fancy repository & stationer, 12 & 13 North Street.