Bere Regis Village Website

  Kelly's 1867 Directory

  Mrs Michel of Whatcombe supported Shitterton school.
  Woodbury Hill Fair 18 Sept and 4 following days.
  Population in 1861: 1,189 (including 288 in Milborne Stileham.
  Parish Clerk: William Lane

  Post & Money Order Office & Post Office Savings Bank, Mrs Mary  Ann Dowland, receiver.

  County Fire: George Hibbs
  Eagle Life: J.H.Mundell
  Phoenix Fire: John Hallett
  Provident Life: George Hibbs

  Charity: Robert Rolls, master
  Shitterton: Miss Medhurst, mistress
  Infant: Miss Cornelia Satchell, mistress

  Rev. Henry Phelps Marriot Doddington, M.A. (curate)
  Mrs Galpin
  Francis Daniell Lys, esq
  Thomas Nott esq
  Charles James Radclyffe, esq., Hyde
  William Riste, esq
  John Compton Saunders, esq
  Mrs Shaddock
  Rev. George Smith (Independent)
  Rev. Francis Warre (vicar)

  James Arnold, White Hart, & agricultural machine owners
  Robert Alner, toll collector
  William Baker, farmer, Culeaze Farm
  William Barnes, shopkeeper
  Charles Bartlett, gamekeeper
  William Bascombe, farmer, Court Farm
  Charles Besent, farmer
  John Bevercombe, shopkeeper
  Charles & John Biles, blacksmiths & farriers
  John White Boswell, painter &c
  Charles Henry Brewer, inland revenue office
  James Bullen, carpenter
  Robert Chaffey, beer retailer, Woodbury Hill
  Mrs Cresdee, Drax's Arms
  Matthew Davis, carpenter
  Mrs Selina Day, carrier
  George Dibben, butcher & farmer
  Thomas Edward Dowden, farmer
  Mrs Mary Ann Dowland, grocer, stationer & postmistress
  Henry Clarke Galton, carpenter
  Mrs Jane Galton, baker & beer retailer
  Thomas Haggett, shopkeeper & beer retailer
  John Hallett, registrar of birth & deaths, & relieving officer for the Bere Regis district.
  John Hennings, farmer, Doddings
  George Hibbs, grocer & draper
  Henry House, carpenter
  Robert House, carpenter & wheelwright
  Henry Charles Jenkin, tailor
  Charles Jesty, farmer & surveyor of roads, Filiols
  Joseph Knowles, Royal Oak, & inland revenue office
  David Lane, lime burner, Woodbury Hill
  John Lane, beer retailer
  William Lane, boot & shoe maker
  Francis Daniell Lys, surgeon
  George Miller, machine owner
  John Miller, farmer & machine owner
  Francis Mitchell, toll collector
  Joseph Hamilton Mundell, grocer, ironmonger, bookseller, seedsman & patent medicine vendor.
  Mrs Sarah Northover, shopkeeper
  James Poore, carpenter
  William Riste, surgeon
  George Russell, miller, Doddings mill
  James Russell, butcher & farmer
  Henry Saunders, saddler & harness maker
  Thomas Satchell, painter, plumber & glazier
  Richard Scutt & Son, farmers, Stockley
  William & Richard Scutt, millers, Chamberlain's Mill
  John Thomas Homer Scutt, farmer, miller, corn & seed merchant.
  William Scutt, collector of rates & taxes
  William Scutt, farmer
  Joseph Shave, woodman
  Miss Maria Sheppard, dress maker
  Thomas Sheppard, bricklayer
  William Clench Sheppard, bricklayer
  Charles Stevenson, academy
  Charles Cresdee Stickland, sheep dealer
  John Welch, baker
  Henry Eavs White, shopkeeper
  William White, farmer
  John Woolfrey, boot & shoe maker