WHITES DIRECTORY FOR 1863 ALTHORNE

Name

Occupation

James Anthony

Blacksmith

Earnest Barratt

Farmer

John Beard

Baker

Samuel Beard

Shoemaker

Samuel Bridge

Wheelwright

Thos. A Bridge

Butcher and Beerhouse

My. and Eza Carter

Shopkeeper

William Carter

Carpenter

Samuel Clift

Farmer

Robert Dean

Shoemaker

Joseph Harris

Blacksmith

Benjamin Howe

Not Given

My. Ann Howe

Farmer

Hy. Geo. Kemp

Farmer - Crosses

George Linn

Farmer

Jph. Linn

Builder and Victualer-Black Lion

Chas. P Millard

Farmer - Bridge Marsh

Rev Henry Mawson Milligan

Vicar

David Nicholls

Clothier

George Nix

Farmer

John Panton

Parish Clerk

Joseph Potter

Wheelwright

Samuel Read

Carpenter

William Russell

Farmer

Arthur Thomas Schreiber

Private Resident - Stokes Hall

Daniel Fearon Tatham

Private Resident -The Lodge

Thomas WickeS

Shopkeeper

Thos.Fras. Wilson

Private Resident -Mansion House

Fdk. Wm. Witney

Farmer

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