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History of Suffolk - Aldborough Traders 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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Allerton Henry, rope maker, Quay
Almond Obadiah, sail maker, Quay
BackhouseRobert, gardener, High street
Beart John, grocer & draper, High street
Begbie & Blackader, grammar school
Block Robert, cabinet maker, High street
Block William Ball, builder, High street
Boyle Francis, pilot, High street
Broom Benjamin, farmer, Haslewood
Buck Jsph. stationer & academy, High street
Bush Charlotte (Mrs.) milliner & dress maker, High street
Butcher John, pilot, High street
Calver Henry, plumber, High street
Catmore Charles, pilot, High street
Chatten William, pilot, High street
Churchyard David, farmer, Church hill
Clarke John Charles, photographic artist, Brudenell terrace
Clodd Edward, pilot, Beach
Coe Edward, fish curer, High street
Cole James, farmer, Brick Kiln farm
Cole John, wheelwright
Collis George, tailor, High street
Collis Jas. boot & shoe maker, High street
Cressy Theodore Grant, surgeon, Uplands
Cooper James, farmer, Haslewood hall, Haslewood
Crisp William, confectioner, High street
Dancer James, boot & shoe maker, & parish clerk. Back street
Downing William, butcher, High street
Easter Sarah (Mrs.), Mill inn, Beach
Elma George, pilot, High street
Felgate Henry, blacksmith, High street
Fisner Frederick, boot maker, Back street
Fisk James, fancy repository, Beach
Fox Charlotte (Miss), ladies' school, Portland house
Garrard William, maltster, Church hill
Garrett Newson & Son, maltsters & corn & coal merchants
Gas Works, William Garrard, secretary
Gibbs John, pilot, Back street
Gibson James, pilot, Marsh lane
Girling George, boot & shoe maker, High street
Gooch Thomas, brewer, Uplands'
Haken Joseph, tailor, High street
Harling Betsy (Miss), milliner, High street
Harveys' & Hudsons', bankers (branch of), (Wm. Garrard, manager); draw on Barnetts' Hoares' & Co. London. Hayward William, White Lion commercial & family Hotel & posting house, Beach
Hele Nicholas Fenwick, surgeon, High street
Hunt William & Edward, shipbuilders, Quay
Hunt George, pilot. High street
Hurry James, hairdresser, High street
Keigwin Thomas, pilot
Kersey George, pilot, Flint cottage
Kersey Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, High street
Knevett Abraham, boot & shoe maker, High street
Last William, farmer, Hall farm
Lipscomb James, omnibus proprietor, High street
Lucock James, pilot, High street
Marjoram John, saddler, High street
Marjoram Samuel, corn & coal dealer, High street
Martin Mary Ann (Mrs.), ladies' school, Brudenell terrace
Newby Thos. tin plate worker, High street
Norris George, watch & clock maker, High street
Owles Edward John, chemist & druggist, High street
Pallant Thomas, wheelwright, High street
Parritt Thos. grocer & draper. High street
Pepper William, East Suffolk commercial & family hotel, High street
Podd Horace, beer retailer, High street
Podd William, blacksmith, High street
Public Library & Reading Room (Mrs. Betsy Dance, librarian), Parade
Reade William, butcher, High street
Reader Joseph, pilot, Beach
Reading William, baker, High street
Redgrave William, tailor, High street
Redgrave William, jun. tailor, High street
Richardson William, pilot. High street
Riches Mary (Mrs.), King's Head, High street
Roberts Richard, boot & shoe maker, High street
Roberts Robt. farmer, Red House farm
Rope Edward, ale & porter stores, Quay, & at Orford
Rowe James, farmer, Haslewood
Salton Horatio, boot & shoe maker & postmaster, High street
Sawyer Henry, grocer & draper
Self Mary (Mrs.), fruiterer, High street
Self Solomon, boot & shoe maker
Simpson Henry, tailor & beer retailer
Skeet William, shopkeeper, High street
Smith George, carrier, High street
Smyth James, builder & house agent, High street
Stevens Edward, carpenter, Back street
Taylor Wm. boot & shoe maker, High street
Thompson Barzailla, pilot. High street
Thurlow John, Three Mariners inn, Quay
Thurrell George, Cross inn,  High street
Thurrell Mary (Mrs.), White Hart, High street
Todd Emma (Mrs.), baker, High street
Turner Dance, house agent & appraiser, High street
Turner Robert, stationer, book & music seller, perfumer & cutler, english & foreign toys, jewellery, electroplated & fancy goods of every description, berlin wools, patterns, &c. china, glass & earthenware &c. Vista bazaar, High street
Winslow Jane (Mrs.), Cross Keys, Back street
Woods William, baker & miller, High street
Wright John Thompson, builder & grocer & draper, High street





The historical trade directory and census listing of all of London, Essex, Kent, Suffolk, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire Oxfordshire, and Dorset. If you are searching for a historical address, try the census and street directory database. This is a Victorian view on the streets of london and the south of England.

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