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History of Suffolk - Wickham Market Commercial 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

Wickham Market in 1865

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WICKHAM MARKET  COMMERCIAL Traders in 1865

Allen Richard, plumber & glazier
Barclay James Pringle, solicitor, secretary to Wickham Market Association for the Prosecution of Felons,& a commissioner for taking affidavits in all the courts
Bird Charles, George
Brownsord Joseph, butcher
Budd John Peyto, farmer, Gelham hall
Dunn Edwnrd Thomas, chemist
Chase Susan (Mrs.), White Hart commercial hotel
Church John Henry, grocer & draper
Churchyard Charles, grocer & draper
Coates Daniel, maltster
Cochrane George, surgeon
Crowe Charles, saddler
Cuthbert Henry, miller
Hale George, stone mason
Denny George, bricklayer
Drane Charles, boot & shoe maker
Durrant Edward, inspector of county police
Edwards Benjamin, cooper
Foster William, boot k shoe maker
Fulcher Robert, bricklayer
Girling William, grocer & draper
Gouday Elijah, blacksmith
Grant Robert, Chaise & Pair
Grayston William, bricklayer
Haldy Amelia (Miss), teacher of french
Harris John, pork butcher ,
Hawke Chas.Holy, watch & clock maker
Heifer William, butcher
Hill David, cabinet maker
Hill Jesse, blacksmith
Howard Thomas, shopkeeper
Jackson William, Vine
Johncock Robert, plumber & glazier
Jordan Alan, shoe maker
Keer George, surgeon
Leek Arthur, shoe maker
Leek Stephen, basket maker & dealer in game
Leggett Isaac & Samuel, blacksmiths
Licence Isnac, wood turner & hair dresser
Mayhew Isaac, carrier br /> MMays James, farmer
Minter William, grocer & draper
Moor George, solicitor, county treasurer, treasurer of Woodbridge savings bank, commissioner for taking acknowledgements & commissioner for taking affidavits in all the courts, & at Woodbridge
Moore Henry, pork butcher
Motum William Ferdinando, registrar of births & deaths, collector of rates & agent for the Sun Fire & Life Offices
Nickels Alfred, wheelwright
Oxborrow William, coach builder
Pitcher John, Chequers, & gunsmith
Pollard John, carpenter
Rayner George, boarding & day school
Read Charles Henry, accountant, auctioneer & superintendent registrar
Reeve Joseph, tailor
Rouse William Bransby, cabinet maker
Row Jane (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker
Runnacles George, miller
Rush William, brewer
Smith Alfred, grocer & draper
Smith Henry, boot & shoe maker
Smith William, plumber & glazier
Taylor William, shopkeeper
Tebcnham James, market gardener,
Thorp hall
Tench Edward Benvan, surgeon
Thurkettle George, baker
Thurkettle Samuel, furrier
Tice Edward, farmer
Till Daniel, postmaster
Todd Edwin, baker
Walker Ephraim, miller
Watkins Maria (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker
Welton & Son, estate agents k surveyors, & at Woodbridge
White James, watch & clock maker
Whitmore & Sons, millwrights, engineers, iron & brass founders, boiler makers, agricultural machinists & millstone manufacturers, valuers of machinery, & agents for Blackmore & Co.'s flour bolting cloths
Woods Jeremiah, Crown


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