Directory

Kelly 1899


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Name Entered detail
Sidney Andrews Grocer & draper
William Bates Grocer
Simeon Busby Bill poster
George Carrol Boot maker
John Charles Sutton
Transcriber's notes: Draper
Hrbt. Fras. Chipperfield Rev., Baptist
Job Cook Greengrocer
William Cotton Boot maker
Elizabeth Cowley Miss, dress maker
Craddock Mrs
Thomas Durham Grocer
David Edward Baker & butcher
Eliza Floyd Mrs., shopkeeper
Thomas Henry Ganderton Butcher
Thomas Giltrow Cuba hotel
Herbert Goodman Shopkeeper
H. Binnall Goodwin Rev., Primitive Methodist
Joseph Gosbell Shoe maker
Thomas Alfred Grant Grocer, High st
A. Greaves Land owner
Sarah Harrup Mrs., baker, High st
Sarah Ann Heacock Miss, infants' mistress, Board School
Rachl. Heathcote Miss, drpr. & millnr
Joseph Hewlett Grocer
George Henstock Howitt Master, Board School
Arthur George Hughes Grocer
John Hyde Seedsman & grocer
John James Baker
Henry Kemp & Sons, builders, contractors, plumbers & glaziers
Henry William Lines Hairdresser
William Merrin Rev., curate
Charles Henry Miles L.R.C.P. Lond., surgeon, & medical officer & public vaccinator No. 4 district Newport Pagnell union
Daniel Millward Railway inn
Frederick Moore Baker
Charles Mould Watch maker
Nicholson Clerk to the school board
Joseph Palmer Butcher
Thomas E. Parkes (Mrs.), stationer
John William Pidgen Watch maker & stationer, High street. Parish Clerk
John Radbone New inn P.H.
Redden Miss
Henry Roddis Station master, railway station, Bradwell
Thomas Millin Selby Farmer
Dinah Smith (Miss), shopkeeper
John Smith County Arms P.H.
John Poyntz Spencer Land owner and lord of the manor of Stantonbury
Transcriber's notes: 5th Earl Spencer. Patron of the church living
Caroline Spiers (Mrs.), draper
Anne Strange (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Charles Frederick Sykes Tailor & sub-postmaster
Sam Tarry Butcher
Arthur Toogood Foresters Arms P.H.
Charles Tooth Butcher
George H. Tranfield Builder
Elizabeth Walker (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Elzbth. Watson (Mrs.), boot & shoe ma
Amy Williams Miss, mistress, Board School
Arthur Chorley Woodhouse Rev., M.A. of St John's College, Cambridge. Vicarage
Benjamin Woodward Boot maker
Janet Wylie (Mrs.), butcher, High st
Robert Wylie Farmer
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