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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Kelly's 1846 Directory

GENERAL NOTES Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept & 4 following days PRIVATE RESIDENTS Rev. William Foster Rev. Carrington Ley M.A.(vicar) Charles James Radclyffe esq., Hyde TRADERS Joseph Alner, farmer, Upper Hyde (Philliols) John Battrick, shoemaker William Besent, farmer William Biles, blacksmith Philip Bishop, saddler & harness maker Richard Brain, grocer & draper James Bullen, carpenter Robert Burge, grocer & tallow chandler Henry Case, grocer & draper John Casher, brewer George Chard, tailor Thomas Crisdey, farmer John Davis, saddler & harness maker George Dibben, butcher Thomas Dowden, farmer Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, shopkeeper Joshua Gallop, shopkeeper Henry Galton, carpenter & beer retailer Edward Patten Galpin, registrar of births & deaths, and relieving officer for the Bere Regis district. Mrs Sarah Gould, beer retailer Edward Hibbs, grocer & draper Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor Mrs Sarah Hillier, Royal Oak Inn Edward Hoare, farmer, Lower Hyde George Homer, farmer Henry House, carpenter Thomas Ingram, farmer, Philliols Charles Lane, tailor William Lane, shoemaker Mrs Marcia Marsh, farmer Felix Miller, farmer Thomas Nott, surgeon Robert Purchase, farmer John Ricketts, shoemaker Thomas Satchell, painter, plumber &c Robert Shaddock, carrier Francis Shepherd, farmer Miss Louisa Shepherd, day school Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer Thomas Spear, farmer Samuel Stent, farmer Thomas Stickland, shoemaker William Tabor, carrier Richard Toomer, farmer James Vincent, Drax's Arms Inn & posting house John Vincent, bricklayer John Vivian, farmer John Walbridge, farmer William Walbridge, shopkeeper Harry White, farmer Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer James Welch, shoemaker James Windsor, ironmonger John Woolfreys, shoemaker Samuel Woolfreys, miller & farmer POST OFFICE Mrs Mary Besent, receiver
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Village Trade Directories 1830 -

1939

Bere Regis Village Website

Kelly's 1846 Directory

GENERAL NOTES Woodbury Hill Fair: 18 Sept & 4 following days PRIVATE RESIDENTS Rev. William Foster Rev. Carrington Ley M.A.(vicar) Charles James Radclyffe esq., Hyde TRADERS Joseph Alner, farmer, Upper Hyde (Philliols) John Battrick, shoemaker William Besent, farmer William Biles, blacksmith Philip Bishop, saddler & harness maker Richard Brain, grocer & draper James Bullen, carpenter Robert Burge, grocer & tallow chandler Henry Case, grocer & draper John Casher, brewer George Chard, tailor Thomas Crisdey, farmer John Davis, saddler & harness maker George Dibben, butcher Thomas Dowden, farmer Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, shopkeeper Joshua Gallop, shopkeeper Henry Galton, carpenter & beer retailer Edward Patten Galpin, registrar of births & deaths, and relieving officer for the Bere Regis district. Mrs Sarah Gould, beer retailer Edward Hibbs, grocer & draper Richard Henry Hibbs, butter factor Mrs Sarah Hillier, Royal Oak Inn Edward Hoare, farmer, Lower Hyde George Homer, farmer Henry House, carpenter Thomas Ingram, farmer, Philliols Charles Lane, tailor William Lane, shoemaker Mrs Marcia Marsh, farmer Felix Miller, farmer Thomas Nott, surgeon Robert Purchase, farmer John Ricketts, shoemaker Thomas Satchell, painter, plumber &c Robert Shaddock, carrier Francis Shepherd, farmer Miss Louisa Shepherd, day school Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer Thomas Spear, farmer Samuel Stent, farmer Thomas Stickland, shoemaker William Tabor, carrier Richard Toomer, farmer James Vincent, Drax's Arms Inn & posting house John Vincent, bricklayer John Vivian, farmer John Walbridge, farmer William Walbridge, shopkeeper Harry White, farmer Mrs Tabitha White, beer retailer James Welch, shoemaker James Windsor, ironmonger John Woolfreys, shoemaker Samuel Woolfreys, miller & farmer POST OFFICE Mrs Mary Besent, receiver
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