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1939

    Kelly's 1915 Directory

    Parish Clerk; John Battrick     1911 Population - 1059     Post Office; William Hatton, sub-postmaster     Police Station; John Cowling, constable in charge     PUBLIC OFFICERS     M.O. etc; George Lys, Whitelovington     Registrar; William Bullen     Asst Overseer & Clerk to the Parish Council; Job Bugby     Collector of Taxes; T.A. Pearce, 47 South St, Dorchester     SCHOOLS     Barrow Hill (boys); Job Bugby, master     Shitterton; Mrs Amelia Hallam, mistress     Bere Heath; Mrs Minnie Satchwill, mistress     CARRIERS TO     Blandford - George Vacher (fri) from B.R. 8.30am     Dorchester - Charlton Toms, Ernest Roper & George Vacher (wed & sat)     Poole - Frederick Roper (mon & thurs) leaves B.R. 8.30am     Wareham - William & Frank Hoare (mon, thurs & sat) leave B.R. 9am     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     William Bedford, Doddings     Rev Montague Acland Bere MA (vicar) Vicarage     Rev Laurence Crookall (Congregational) The Manse     Arthur George Dwight, Chamberlaynes     Archibald Forsyth, Culeaze     Mrs George, Southbrook House     Henry Robert Jesty, The Retreat     Mrs Johnson, West Street     George Lys, Whitelovington     Maj. Charles Robert Eustace Radclyffe JP, Hyde House     Frederick Guthrie Watson, The Cedars     COMMERCIAL (early closing; thursday)     Henry Allen, gamekeeper to Capt G.L. Palmes DSO     Thomas Edward Applin, butcher     Edward Arnold, boot maker, North Street     Arthur Barnes, coal & wood merchant, West Street     John Barnes, wheelwright, West Street     John Battrick, tailor, North Street Bedford & Dwight, watercress growers & farmers, Doddings, Chamberlaynes & Phillols farms.     Samuel Edward Bemister, wholesale grocer     William John Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm     William Bullen, registrar, Shitterton house     Cemetery (Job Bugby, clerk)     Daniel J. Cobb, farmer, Court farm     Frank Cobb, coal dealer, 39 West Street     Jesse Cobb, butcher, 16 Blind Street     Constitutional Club (Job Bugby, sec)     John Crocker, farmer, Higher Stockley     Mrs Elizabeth Davis, apartments     Harry Arbon Drake, farmer, Mintern ferry     Walter Haggett, farmer, Middle Heath     William Hatton, grocer & post office, 88 West Street.     William & Frank Hoare, carriers, 140 Rye Hill     Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane End     Hollingham & Bussey, tailors, 30 West Street     Hiram House, tailor, West Street     William Thomas House, farmer, Jenkins Farm     Mrs Sarah Ann Janes, harness maker & farmer     Henry Robert Jesty jun, farmer, Roke farm     Johnson & Tozer, brewers & maltsters     John Kellaway, dairyman, Stockley     Richard Amos Kellaway, Drax Arms     George Lys, surgeon, Whitelovington     Thomas Marsh, farmer, 35 West Street     Samuel Matthew, Royal Oak P.H.     James Miller, farmer, Townsend farm     John Miller, clerk of works to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany, 90 West Street     Alfred Nutbeem, farmer, Culeaze farm     Mrs Eliza Paulley, farmer, Woodbury Hill, (house made from old railway carriage).     Henry Percy, blacksmith, Rye Hill     James Phillips, hurdle maker, 6-7 North St     Walter Phillips, hurdle maker, 41 West St     George W. Profeat, estate agent to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany, office 90 West Street     Ernest Roper, carrier     George Rowland, gardener to A. Forsyth Esq, Culeaze.     Edwin Shave, wheelwright & timber dealer, 100 North Street     Frederick Shave, horse dealer, 22 Southbrook     Frank Sheppard, builder, 98 North Street?     Frederick Sheppard, draper, 74 West Street     Thomas Sheppard, builder, 98 North Street?     Frank Stickley, farmer, Woodbury Hill     Matthew Stickley, farmer, 107 Woodbury Hill     George Strode, farmer, Woodbury Hill     Charlton Toms, carrier, 40 West Street     Mrs Samuel Toms, farmer, Shitterton     George Vacher, carrier, 3 North Street     Mrs Harriet Welch, baker, 18 North Street     Mrs Emily Woods, drapery & furnishing stores, 12 & 13 North Street.
© Bere Regis Village  2003  -  2017

Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

    Kelly's 1915 Directory

    Parish Clerk; John Battrick     1911 Population - 1059     Post Office; William Hatton, sub-postmaster     Police Station; John Cowling, constable in charge     PUBLIC OFFICERS     M.O. etc; George Lys, Whitelovington     Registrar; William Bullen     Asst Overseer & Clerk to the Parish Council; Job Bugby     Collector of Taxes; T.A. Pearce, 47 South St, Dorchester     SCHOOLS     Barrow Hill (boys); Job Bugby, master     Shitterton; Mrs Amelia Hallam, mistress     Bere Heath; Mrs Minnie Satchwill, mistress     CARRIERS TO     Blandford - George Vacher (fri) from B.R. 8.30am             Dorchester   -   Charlton   Toms,   Ernest   Roper   &   George   Vacher   (wed   & sat)     Poole - Frederick Roper (mon & thurs) leaves B.R. 8.30am             Wareham   -   William   &   Frank   Hoare   (mon,   thurs   &   sat)   leave   B.R. 9am     PRIVATE RESIDENTS     William Bedford, Doddings     Rev Montague Acland Bere MA (vicar) Vicarage     Rev Laurence Crookall (Congregational) The Manse     Arthur George Dwight, Chamberlaynes     Archibald Forsyth, Culeaze     Mrs George, Southbrook House     Henry Robert Jesty, The Retreat     Mrs Johnson, West Street     George Lys, Whitelovington     Maj. Charles Robert Eustace Radclyffe JP, Hyde House     Frederick Guthrie Watson, The Cedars     COMMERCIAL (early closing; thursday)     Henry Allen, gamekeeper to Capt G.L. Palmes DSO     Thomas Edward Applin, butcher     Edward Arnold, boot maker, North Street     Arthur Barnes, coal & wood merchant, West Street     John Barnes, wheelwright, West Street     John Battrick, tailor, North Street Bedford     &     Dwight,     watercress     growers     &     farmers,     Doddings, Chamberlaynes & Phillols farms.     Samuel Edward Bemister, wholesale grocer     William John Besent, farmer, Shitterton farm     William Bullen, registrar, Shitterton house     Cemetery (Job Bugby, clerk)     Daniel J. Cobb, farmer, Court farm     Frank Cobb, coal dealer, 39 West Street     Jesse Cobb, butcher, 16 Blind Street     Constitutional Club (Job Bugby, sec)     John Crocker, farmer, Higher Stockley     Mrs Elizabeth Davis, apartments     Harry Arbon Drake, farmer, Mintern ferry     Walter Haggett, farmer, Middle Heath     William Hatton, grocer & post office, 88 West Street.     William & Frank Hoare, carriers, 140 Rye Hill     Henry Hoare, farmer, Lane End     Hollingham & Bussey, tailors, 30 West Street     Hiram House, tailor, West Street     William Thomas House, farmer, Jenkins Farm     Mrs Sarah Ann Janes, harness maker & farmer     Henry Robert Jesty jun, farmer, Roke farm     Johnson & Tozer, brewers & maltsters     John Kellaway, dairyman, Stockley     Richard Amos Kellaway, Drax Arms     George Lys, surgeon, Whitelovington     Thomas Marsh, farmer, 35 West Street     Samuel Matthew, Royal Oak P.H.     James Miller, farmer, Townsend farm     John Miller, clerk of works to Lady (Ernle) Dunsany, 90 West Street     Alfred Nutbeem, farmer, Culeaze farm             Mrs   Eliza   Paulley,   farmer,   Woodbury   Hill,   (house   made   from   old railway carriage).     Henry Percy, blacksmith, Rye Hill     James Phillips, hurdle maker, 6-7 North St     Walter Phillips, hurdle maker, 41 West St             George   W.   Profeat,   estate   agent   to   Lady   (Ernle)   Dunsany,   office   90 West Street     Ernest Roper, carrier     George Rowland, gardener to A. Forsyth Esq, Culeaze.     Edwin Shave, wheelwright & timber dealer, 100 North Street     Frederick Shave, horse dealer, 22 Southbrook     Frank Sheppard, builder, 98 North Street?     Frederick Sheppard, draper, 74 West Street     Thomas Sheppard, builder, 98 North Street?     Frank Stickley, farmer, Woodbury Hill     Matthew Stickley, farmer, 107 Woodbury Hill     George Strode, farmer, Woodbury Hill     Charlton Toms, carrier, 40 West Street     Mrs Samuel Toms, farmer, Shitterton     George Vacher, carrier, 3 North Street     Mrs Harriet Welch, baker, 18 North Street     Mrs Emily Woods, drapery & furnishing stores, 12 & 13 North Street.