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History of Suffolk - Clare 1865 Commercial Traders

Post Office Directory of 1865.

Clare in 1865

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Ager Joseph, millwright
Ager William C. carrier & car proprietor
Ambrose Alfred, linen draper
Ambrose Josiah, shopkeeper
Andrews John B. chemist
Argent James, sewing machine factory
Atterton George (Mrs.), milliner
Baldwin Henry, cabinet maker
Barebam James, bricklayer & beer retailer
Bareham James, beer retailer
Barnes Edward, surgeon
Bell Samuel, boot & shoe maker
Bevis Elizabeth (Miss), children's day school
Bickroore Thomas L. baker
Boughen Thomas, Millers' Arms, & horse breaker
Brown Henry, tailor & draper
Brown James, farmer
Cadby Joseph, basket maker
Chaplin Walter, butcher
Clare & West Suffolk Building Society (E. F. Fisher, solicitor; W. O. Hustler, manager)
Corn Exchange (Jas. Fenner, proprietor)
Crow Josiah, boot & shoe maker
Dearsley William, carpenter
Death Oliver, superintendent of police
Deeks & Hayward, coach builders
Deeks George, wheelwright
Deeks Joseph, Bear & Crown
Dennis Henry, farmer, Chilton
Dennis Thomas, farmer, Chilton
Downs James, tailor & draper
Dyson Edward, baker
Dyson Lucy (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Dyson William, carpenter
Eagle Martha, shopkeeper
East of England Monetary Association (E. F. Fisher, solicitor)
Edgley Sarah (Mrs.), cooper
Elmer William C. carrier
Elsden Mark, boot & shoe maker
Ely Joseph G. Half-Moon hotel commercial inn & posting house
Eppey Joseph, farm bailiff to the Rev. S. Jenner
Fenn R. J. (Mrs.), milliner & dress maker
Fenner William L. veterinary surgeon
Fisher Edwd. F. solicitor, & at Cavendish
Flanders John, carpenter
French Thomas, tailor & draper
Gallafent Robert T. relieving officer, & registrar of births & deaths
Gas Works (Samuel Hurst, manager)
Glazin Alfred, grammar school
Glazin David F. boot & shoe maker
Glazin George, shopkeeper
Goodchiid Thos. butcher & cattle dealer
Goody G. & E. drapers, milliners & undertakers, Market hill
Goody G. & E. grocers & tea & provision dealers, Market hill
Hale Charles, farmer
Halley Henry, plumber etc
Halls Ann (Mrs.), general dealer
Hammond James W. basket maker
Hart John E. ironmonger
Heffer John R. farming steward
Hewson Thomas, saddler
Hickford Josiah, toy dealer
Holt John, railway contractor
Houlgate Alfred, miller
Howe Samuel, Cock inn, & builder
Hurrell Robert G. bookseller & printer
Hustler William O. managing clerk to E. F. Fisher, solicitor
Ince James, lath render
Ince William, tailor & outfitter
Isaacson John, land agent
Ive Robert, carpenter, Chilton
Ives Thomas, tailor
Jarvis Samuel, carpenter
Jarvis Thomas, Swan inn
Jones Charles, farmer
Linton John, tailor
Literary Institute (John Isaacson, president; J. S. Ray & W. H. Sams, vice-presidents; William Ray, treasurer; H. S. Watling, hon. sec.; Alfred Glazin, librarian)
Loe Richard B. chemist
Mitson Charles, wheelwright
Mortlock Charles, cabinet maker & upholsterer
Mortlock Elizabeth S. ladles' boarding school
Mortlock Mary A. (Mrs.), watch & clock maker
Mortlock Richard, ironmonger
Mortlock Thomas, Waggon & Horses
Newman Eliza (Mrs.), Lion inn
Newman Robert, butcher
Oakes, Bevan & Co. bankers (James S. Rav, agent); draw on Barclay, Bevan & Co. 54 Lombard street, London E C
Orbell Eliza R. straw bonnet maker
Parker John, boot & shoe maker
Parks Thomas, blacksmith
Perry George, hairdresser
Potter George, wheelwright, Chilton
Rannow Elizabeth, shopkeeper
Raven Charlotte (Miss), Bell inn
Ray Charles, miller & maltster
Ray James S. grocer & draper, & agent for Oakes, Bevan & Co. bankers
Richardson Charles, beer retailer
Richardson Joseph, beer retailer, Chilton
Rivett John, White Hart, & carpenter, Chilton
Robinson Alexander, plumber & glazier
Robinson Henry, currier
Robinson Jonathan, boot & shoe maker
Robinson William, glover & tailor
Row Jonathan, printer & bookbinder
Sadler Samuel, coal dealer
Sams William Henry, solicitor, & commissioner for taking acknowledgments of deeds by married women & for
taking affidavits in chancery, & all the superior courts, High street
Shaddock Lucy (Mrs.), milliner
Sergent Daniel, butcher
Small Henry, civil engineer
Smith Mary A. (Mrs.), confectioner
Smith Richard T. surgeon
Smoothy John, rate & tax collector
Spurge Jane (Mrs.), confectioner
Spurge Richard, perfumer
Steed John, boot & shoe maker
Steed John T. plumber & glazier
Steel William, thatcher
Stevens Saville W. solicitor
Taylor William, builder
Tuffln George, fruiterer
Twinn Henry, lodging house, Chilton
Twitchett Simeon, boot & shoe maker
Unwin Ralph, maltster
Webb Reuben, bricklayer, Chilton
Wells Philip, boarding school, Grove ho


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