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History of Suffolk - Brandon Traders 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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Ager Stephen, currier & shoe maker, Market hill
Allen Mary Ann (Mrs.), draper & tea dealer, Thetford road
Arnaudin John, tobacconist, High street
Ashman George, carrier
Ashman George, jun. tailor. High street
Balding Edward, farmer, Manor farm
Barber John Lee, maltster
Benns William, shopkeeper, High street
Block William, boot & shoe maker, Market hill
Bretnall George, carpenter, London road
Browning James, shoe maker, Thetford road
Buckenham John, M.D. surgeon, High street
Buckenham William, coal merchant, Bridge street
Bulger John, carpenter
Capp Cntherine (Mrs.), beer retailer, Town street
Carter John, beer retailer, Market hill
Carter William, gun flint maker, Thetford road
Chamberlain Joseph, gardener, Thetford road
Chandler Robert, tailor, Bridge street
Chapman Jonathan Wasp, china & glass dealer, High street
Clark James, agent to the Suffolk Alliance Fire & Life Insurance Company, High street
Clark James, baker & shoe dealer, High street
Clark John, sen. stationer & hair dresser, & agent to the Star Life Assurance Office, High street
Clark Robert, plumber, painter & glazier
Claxton Harriet (Mrs.), furrier, Thetford road
Claxton Herbert, furrier, Thetford road
Colson John, farmer, Moy Day farm
Cook Sarah Ann (Mrs.), baker, Thetford road
Cooke Thomas William, butcher & game dealer, High street
Cullingford Thomas, whiting maker & beer retailer, Thetford road
Curson Henry, gunflint maker, Town street
Carson Robert, gunflint maker, High street
Daynea John, cooper & basket maker, High street
Daynes William, cooper & beer retailer, High street
Diggon Ann (Mrs.), saddler & harness maker, High street
Diggon Charles, harness maker, High street
Edwards Henry, shopkeeper, Chapel street
Edwards William, gunflint maker, Thetford road
Evered William, baker, & assistant overseer & tax collector, High street
Farrant Chas. pork butcher & earthenware dealer, High street
Farrow Charles, beer retailer & parish clerk, London road
Farrow Roger, gardener, High street
Fendick Maria (Mrs.), beer retailer, Load street
Fendick Robert, blacksmith & steel trap maker, London rd
Field James, Fox & Hounds, & whiting & gunflint manufacturer, Thetford road
Fison Cornell Henry, maltster
Garner Georgina Ann (Mrs.) dealer in game, High street
Gates John, farmer, Fen House farm
Hall William, baker
Hardy John, Railway hotel & posting house, & coal merchant
Harveys' & Hudsons', bankers, Bridge street; open on thursdays only; draw on Hankey & Co. London Harvey Elizabeth (Miss), straw bonnet maker
Hay hoe Stephen, manager for J. L. Barber, maltster
Henley Robert, blacksmith. High street
Holmes Thomas Field, gardener & shopkeeper, High street
Household William, farmer, Christmas Hill farm
Hubbard Isaac, baker, London road
Hubbard Leonard, baker, London road
Hunt James, farmer, High street
Hunt John, Chequers inn & posting house
Hunt Thomas, coal merchant. High street
Hyam Cornelius, Bell, & cattle dealer, High street
Hyam Lewis, gunflint maker, Thetford road
Jacob James, gunflint maker, Thetford road
Jacobs Thomas, smith &c. High street
Jewell Robert, White Hart, High street
Jewell Susan (Mrs.), dress maker, High street
Johnson John, tailor, Town street
Johnson William, farmer, Field farm
Kent John, beer retailer, Market hill
Lingwood William, tailor, Thetford road
Loesby William, chemist, High street
Loyd Charles, beer retailer, Thetford road
Mallows John Shrimpton, boot & shoe maker, London road
Mason Mary Sophia (Miss), school, London road
Maynard Henry Robert, chemist & stationer, High street
Mitchell Thomas, farmer, Hiss farm
Mortlock William, tailor, Bridge street
Murrell Sophia (Mrs.), coal merchant & carrier by water
Norton Edward, shopkeeper, Town street
Notley Mary (Mrs.), boarding & day school, Market hill
Osborne James, plumber, painter & glazier, High street
Owles William & Charles, grocers, drapers & earthenware dealers. High street
Palmer John, furrier, Bury road
Palmer Mary Ann (Mrs.), baker, Market hill
Parrott James, miller, High street
Plaice Jabez, farmer. Fish Pond farm
Risbrook Ann (Mrs.), dress maker, High street
Rolfe Fuller, postmaster, & agent to the Scottish Union Insurance Co. High street
Rolfe John, farmer
Rolph William, farmer
Rought William, furrier, Bury road
Russell Thomas, watch maker & beer retailer, High street
Sainty William, chimney sweeper, Town street
Sharpe John, registrar of births & deaths & relieving officer, Bury road
Shinn Edward, White Horse, Town street
Shinn Samuel, butcher, London road
Smy the Edward James, conveyancer, & steward of the Brandon manor, Thetford road
Snare Ann & Son, stone masons & bricklayers, London road
Snare Arthur, gunflint maker
Snare John, gunflint merchant, Thetford road
Snare Alary (Miss), school, Thetford road
Snare Matilda (Miss), furrier, Bury road
Snare Robert, Five Bells, Market hill
Snare Spurdens, George, & bricklayer
Snare William Edward, gunflint maker, Thetford road
Stead Thomas, farmer, Brickkiln farm
Terrington Joseph, whiting maker, Thetford road
Thompson John William, school
Thompson Robert, surgeon, High street
Tilbrook William, Ram Commercial inn, Bridge street
Tilny Harvey, beer retailer, Market hill
Upcraft William, boot & shoe maker
Watson Henry, butcher, London road
Webb Thomas, travelling tea dealer, London road
West George, wheelwright, London road
Wheatley John, inland revenue officer, London road
Whitta Robert, grocer & draper, Bury road & London road
Whittal Thomas, shopkeeper, Chapel street
Wigger Abraham, gunflint maker, Coulson lane
Wiltshire Henry, butcher, High street
Wing John, farmer, Drove
Wood George & Sons, timber merchants & contractors, steam saw mills & farmers
Wood John, Crown, Town street
Woodrow James, ironmonger, High street
Wootton Alfred, station master




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