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History of Suffolk - Mildenhall Commercial Traders 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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Mildenhall & Hamlets 1865

Mildenhall Commercial Traders in 1865.

Abbott James, boot maker, North street
Aldrich Pelham, surgeon, Mill street
Allen William, beer retailer, Terrace road
Ashen Mary (Miss), dress maker, Chapel street
Ayers Robert, boot & shoe maker, High street
Bangs William, baker, St. Andrew's street
Barrett Edward, baker, confectioner .& postmaster, Chapel street
Barrett Wiiliam, beer retailer, West street
Beard Thomas, White Hart commercial inn, High street
Bland George, auctioneer, valuer & wine k spirit merchant, Mill street
Booty John, corn & seed dealer, High street
Boyce John, boot & shoe maker, St. Andrew's street
Brightwell John, tailor & draper, Market place
Brown Felix, tailor & hatter, Mill street
Burrows Robert, builder, St. Andrew's street
Carley Robert, tailor, West street
Carter Frederick, boot & shoe maker, West street
Challice William, chimney sweeper, Cemetery road
Chapman Frederick, Globe, & brewer, Holywell Row road
Chitney George Jacob, chemist & wine merchant, High street
Clark Ann (Mrs.), Ship, Mill street
Clark Louisa (Mrs.), brick maker & lime burner, West street
Clarke Henry, agent to Sir Charlts J. F. Bunbury, bart. Nursery cottage
Clarke Richard, tinman & brazier, High street
Cocks Samuel, glover & earthenware dealer, Market place
Coe Charles, carrier
Cooper Henry k Thomas, grocers & drapers, Mill street
Cooper Sophia (Mrs.), milliner, High street
Dailies Thomas, harness & basket maker, Market place
Day Marv Ann (Miss), boarding & day school, Mill street
Double Thomas, cabinet maker, Mill street
Doughty Robert, tailor & draper, Mill street
Forby John, grocer & draper, High street
Foreman John, shopkeeper, High street
Freeman William, Half Moon
Gun Works (Charles Palmer, manager)
Gittus James Smith, farmer
Goodchild William, Crown inn, High street
Goodrich John, cooper, Mill street
Goodrich Robert, deputy superintendent registrar, Mill street
Grindling James, Tiger's Head, & horse breaker, High street
Harris Frederick Hills, surgeon, West street
Hedge Marshall, hair dresser, High street
Hellen E. (Alias), ladies' school, Beaumont house, High st
Hills Ebenezer, plumber. North terrace
Hills Henry. I hatcher, Holywell Row road
Hills John, hair dresser, St. Andrew's street
Hutton Thomas, watch & clock maker, Mill street
Isaacson 4c Son, solicitors, & agents for Oakes' & Co.'s bank, Mill street
Isaacson George, solicitor, clerk to the board of guardians & to the justices for the division of Lackford, superintendent registrar, clerk to the commissioners of the Feltwell Fen District, & to the commissioners of land, assessed & income taxes, & receiver of Lakenheath Fen taxes, Mill street
Jacobs William, chimney sweeper, North road
Jude John, shoe maker, West street
Jude William, builder, St. Andrew's street
King James, jobbing & shoeing smith, West street
King William, stone mason, Cemetery road
Lang John, registrar of marriages for Mildenhall district, & agent to the Railway Passengers' & General Accident Assurance Co. West street
Large Augustus, Maid's Head, Cemetery road
Large Francis, leather cutter & ironmonger, High street
Laws William, millwright, Cemetery road
Leonard Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Cemetery road
Literary Institute (John Saxton, hon. sec), High street
Manester Robert, boot maker, North terrace
Manning William, marine store dealer, West street
Marrett Charles Edward, grocer &c. Terrace road
Marter Charles, farmer. Cemetery road
Martin John, coach builder, Terrace road
Merrington Richard, saddler & harness maker, Kiln street
Mildenhall Engineering Company (limited), West street
Morley Charles, furniture broker, Market place
Morley Henry, watch maker, Market place
Morley James, Queen's Arms, & farmer & carrier, West street
Morley John, gardener, West street
Morley John, marine store dealer, North Terrace road
Morley William, beer retailer & farmer, West street
Morley William, tailor, Market place
Myhill George, registrar of births & deaths & relieving officer. North street
Naylor Jonathan, shopkeeper, Chapel street
Newton John, boarding & day school, West street
Norman James, game dealer, Market place
Norman James, jun. carrier, Market place
Oakes, Bevan & Co. bankers (Isaacson & Son, Mill street, & Edward Ridley, High street, agents); draw on Barclay & Co. London
Owers Susan, Charles & William, millers, maltsters, & corn & coal merchants, Mill street Paine William, farmer, Wamil hall, & assistant overseer, & agent to Worlledge & Co. bankers, of Bury St. Edmund's, Mill street
Palmer Charles, manager of gas works, West street
Palmer Charles, printer, bookseller & stationer, High street
Parker Mark, nurseryman & seedsman
Parker William, corn, seed & coal merchant, North road
Pescod Eliza (Mrs.), toy & fancy repository, High street
Pettet William, shopkeeper. North terrace
Pettit William, baker, Market place
Rampling Charles, beer retailer
Randall Thomas Watts, butcher & farmer, High street
Read James & James, jun. solicitors, clerks to Lakenheath & Hockwold & Mildenhall, Burnt Fen turnpike road trustees & Mildenhall Fen district, & to the highway board for the district of Mildenhall, High street
Read James, registrar of county court & clerk to Gas Co. High street
Reeve William, veterinary surgeon, West street
Ridley Edward, grocer & draper, & agent for Oakes, Bevan & Co. bankers, High street
Rolfe Martha (Miss), harness maker, Mill street
Rolfe Samuel, plumber, Mill street
Rolfe Thomas Eldred, saddler & harness maker.Cemetery road
Seeker Charles, carpenter, Cemetery road
Seeker William, bookseller, stationer, newsagent, printer & book binder, & stamp office, Mill street
Smith John, thrashing machine proprietor, West street
Smith Samuel Fuller, chemist & druggist, High street
Smith Thomas, carpenter, West street
Smith Walter, cabinet maker, Market place
Stebbing Charles, shoe maker, Mill street
Steed Thomas, Bell hotel potting house, High street
Sterling Norman, blacksmith, St. Andrew's street
Stnvin Cornelius Frederick, surgeon, Kiln street
Thickins George, inland revenue officer, Cemetery road
Towler Robert, pork butcher, Market place
Tuck Nathaniel, boot & shoe maker, St. Andrew's street
Turner Joseph, shopkeeper, Cemetery road
Tyler Henry, butcher & farmer, Mill street
Tyler Peter, butcher & beer retailer, Market place
Ungless Henry, plumber & glazier, North terrace
Webb Mary Ann (Miss), milliner & dress maker, North terrace
Wilde George Reynolds, surgeon, High street
Wiseman Sarah (Mrs.), White Swan, & shopkeeper, West street
Wright George, boot maker, North terrace





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