CINDERFORD is a small town forming part of the Forest of Dean, and including Ruspidge and Soudley, in the township of East Dean; it is 3 and a half miles north-west from Newnham, with a terminal station on the Severn and Wye Joint Great Western and Midland railway, 1 mile north-west and one (for goods only) on the Great Western Company's Forest of Dean goods and mineral railway. The place is lighted by gas by the Bilson Gas Co. Limited, and supplied with water by the East Dean Rural District Council from a reservoir near Little Dean Hill. The district comprises two ecclesiastical parishes, and is in the rural deanery of South Forest and archdeaconry and diocese of Gloucester.
St. John the Evangelist's is an ecclesiastical parish formed in 1844, and comprises Ruspidge, Soudley and a portion of Cinderford; the church, erected in 1843, from designs by Mr. Edward Blore, architect of London, is a cruciform building of stone in the Early English style, consisting of apsidal chancel, nave, transepts, and a tower with spire containing one bell. There are sittings for 500 persons. The registrar dates from the year 1844. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £250, with residence, in the gift of the Crown, and held since 1878 by the Rev. William Lynes, M.D., of the University of St. Andrew's, N.B. The population in 1891 was 3,002.
There are Baptist, Wesleyan, Primitive Methodist and Bible Christian chapels. The Town Hall, the property of the Cinderford Co0operative Society Lim. is a substantial building of stone, and has a large room for public meetings.
ST. STEPHEN'S WOODSIDE, is an ecclesiastical parish, formed Aug. 13, 1880, out of the parishes of Holy Trinity, St. John the Evangelist and Flaxley. The church, erected in 1889-90, at a cost of £4,700, from designs by Mr. Longen Barker, architect of Hereford, is a building of stone, consisting of chancel clerestoried nave of four bays and aisles: the chancel and stained east window were the gift of Lady Crawley-Boevey, of Flaxley Abbey; there are 500 sittings. The registrar of baptisms dates from 1880, and of marriages from 1890. The living is a perpetual curacy, net yearly value £260, in the gift of the Church Patronage Society held since 1894 by the Rev. Thomas Longstaff, M.A., of Oxford University. The population in 1891 was 4,454.
St. Stephen's Church room, erected in 1874 for Divine Service, is now used as a Sunday school.
There is an iron mission room at Bilson, seating 60 persons.
Soudley mission room, a building of iron, was erected in 1880, and will seat 150 persons.
The Public Hall, in Commercial street, built in 1897, is a structure of iron, used for entertainments, and is capable of holding over 800 persons.
A fever hospital, containing four wards, was opened at Soudley early in 1894.
Parish Clerk, St. John's, Thomas Meredith.
Post, M. O. & T. O., T. M. O., Express Delivery, Parcel Post, S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office. - Thomas Rhodes, sub-postmaster. (Railway Sub-Office. Letters hould have R. S. O. Glos. added). Letters arrive at 6.45 a.m. & 3.45 & 5.45 p.m.; dispatched 9.15 a.m.; North mail, 5.45 p.m. & London mail, 7.45 p.m.; no delivery or dispatch on Sudnay.
Post & M. O. O., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office, Ruspidge - thomas Chivers, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Cinderford R. S. O. at 7.30 a.m. & 3.50 p.m.; dispatched at 9 a.m.; North mail, 5.30 p.m.; London and general, 7.30 p.m. Cinderford is the nearest telegraph office, 1 mile distant.
Post Office, Soudley - Francis Bedney, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Newnham 8.30 a.m.; box cleared 9.20 a.m. & 5.45 p.m. week days only. Postal orders are issued here, but not paid. Ruspidge is the nearest money order office, & Blakeney the nearest telegraph office, 3 miles distant.
Wall Letter Boxes - Commercial road, cleared at 9 a.m. & 5.30 & 7.30 p.m. Bell Vue road, cleared at 9.15 a.m. & 5.50 & 7.50 p.m. Bilson cleared at 8.30 a.m. & 4 and 7.15 p.m. Upper Bilson, cleared at 8.50 a.m. & 4 & 7.30 p.m. Ruspidge, cleared at 7 p.m. Steam mills, cleared at 6.45 p.m. Little Deanshill, cleared 6.35 p.m.
RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF EAST DEAN AND UNITED PARISHES:- Meets at the School Board offices, Cinderford, the first wed. in each month, at 2 p.m.
Fever Hospital, Soudley, Jn. Shaw Carleton, medical officer
Town Hall, Charles Wilcox, keeper
Certifying Factory Surgeon, Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator, No. 4 District, Westbury-on-Severn Union. Richard Macartney L.R.C.P. & S.Edin.
Clerk to the Forest of Dean United District & Walford School Board, John Sml. Bradstock, Post Office bldgs.
Registrar of Births & Deaths, East Dean sub-District, Westbury-on-Severn Union, Edwin Henry Long, Cinderford; deputy, Mrs Sophia Teague, Cinderford.
PLACES OF WORSHIP, with times of services.
St. John the Evangelist, Rev. William Lynes M.D.; 12 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; wed 7 p.m.
St. Stephen's church, Rev. T. Longstaff M.A. incumbent; 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; thurs 7 p.m.
Iron Mission Room, Soudley, by the clergy of St. John's; on sundays only, times various
Iron Mission Room, Bilson, by the clergy of St. Stephen's; 6.30 p.m.; wed. 7 p.m.
Mission Room, Little Dan Hill, by the clergy of St. Stephen's; 6.30 p.m.; wed. 7 p.m.
Baptist, Rev. William Willis Wilks; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon & wed 7 p.m.
Primitive Methodist; 2.30 p.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. 7 pm. Rev. James Henri Marquand
Wesleyan Methodist; 10.45 a.m. & 6 p.m.; thurs. 7 p.m. Rev. James Henri Marquand
Wesleyan Methodist Ruspidge; 2.30 & 6 p.m.; wed 7 p.m. Rev. James Henri Marquand
Bible Christian; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon 7 p.m.
Bible Christian, Ruspidge; 2.30 & 6 p.m.; wed 7 p.m.
Bible Christian, Soudley; 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.; thurs 7 p.m.
Plymouth Brethren; 2.30 & 6 p.m.
SCHOOLS under the Forest of Dean United District School Board:-
Board, Bilson Woodside (junior boys, girls & infants) built with master's residence, in 1877, & since enlarged for 775 children; average attendance, 217 boys, 216 dirls & 215 infants; John Hale, master; Miss Bailey, mistress; Mrs. Hale, infant's mistress.
Board, Steam Mills (boys, girls & infant), built in 1882, for 416 children; average attendance 103 boys, 98 girls & 96 infant's; Harry Darlington, master; Miss Elizabeth Clara Williams, mistress; Miss Mary Garner, infant's mistress.
Board, St. White's (junior, mixed & infant's), built in 1887, for 440 children; average attendance, 110 boys, 100 girls & 178 infant's; George Daniel Woodman, master; Mrs. Annie Marfell, infant's mistress.
Board, Soudley (Mixed and infant's), built with master's residence, in 1885. & enlarged in 1893, for 231 children; average attendance, 125 boys & girls & 32 infant's; Frederick Hull, master.
Board, Double View (senior boys & girls), built in 1895, for 600 children; average attendance, 205 boys & 210 girls; John Alfred Emery, master & 9 assistant masters & mistresses.
Forest of Dean Mercury, John Cooksey, proprietor & publisher; published friday.
Cinderford (G. W. & M. R. Companies) (Severn & Wye Joint Railway), James Morris, station master.
Cinderford (G. W. R.), for goods only; Arthur Edward Thomas, collector.
Ruspidge (G. W. R.), for goods only; Geo. Fagent, collectr.
Bilson (G. W. R.), for goods only; Arthur Edward Thomas, collector.
Carrier to Gloucester:-
Joseph Brown, Cinderford, mon. wed. & sat.
BAKER Mrs. Maria Haines, High view
BAKER Stanley Parks, High view
BRADSTOCK John Samuel, Deneside
BRAIN Mrs. Ambrose, Manchester villa
BUNLESS John, Bowson house
BUNLESS Thos. Harrison, St. Annals ldg
CRESWELL Alfred Henry, York villa
EMERY John Alfred, Ty Hyfryd
HALE Charles, Lynwood
HALE Joseph, Bilson house
HUGO William, Temple
JACOB Aliz, St. Annals
JAMES George, Hinton
KEAR James, J.P.
LONGSTAFF Rev. Thomas M.A. (incumbent of St. Stephen's, Woodside)
LYNES Rev. William M.D. (vicar of St. John the Evangelist), Vicarage
MACARTNEY Richard, Lisinore
MARKQUAND Rev. James Henri (Wesleyan Methodist), Wesley villa
NASH Mrs. 2 Manchester villas
SPENCE Mrs., The Shrubbery
TEAGUE Moses Edward, Steam Mills
TYNDALL John, Suffolk cottage
WHITEHOUSE William, Somerset place
WILKS Rev. William Willis (Baptist), Oakdean
ADAMS Francis Hamp, solicitors
BAGGETT John A., watch maker
BALDWIN Eli, beer retailer
BALDWIN Eliza Jane (Mrs.) baker, shopkeeper & apartments, Steam mills
BALDWIN Henry, Upper Bilson inn
BALL Frederick, insurance agent
BARNARD Michael, butcher
BARTER & SON, greengrocers & fish dlrs
BARTON Geo., beer retlr., King's head
BATEMAN Wm., news agt. & stationer
BURT Henry, butcher
BEARDMORE William, carpenter
BENJAMIN George, M.P.S., chemist
BEDDIS Thomas, shopkeeper, Commercial road
BILSON GAS LIGHT & COKE Co. Limited (James Robb, manager & sec)
BINGLE William, beer retailer
BEADLE D., Gore & Co. Lim., dentists
BOND Mary (Mrs.) confectioner & tobacconist
BOUGHTON John, tinplate worker
BOWER Frederick Riseley, chemist & druggist & news agent
BOWKETT Alfred, haulier
BRADSTOCK John Samuel, solicitor, commissioner for oaths & clerk to Forest of Dean united district. & Walford school boards, Post Office buildings
BRAIN James, beer retailer
BRAIN Oliver, Severn Stars
BRAIN Simeon, cab proprietor
BRAIN William, butcher
BROWN Joseph, carrier
BUCK Edward, insurance
BUCKLEY George, greengrocer
BURDESS Thomas H., agent to Phoenix Fire Insurance Co. Limited
CAPITAL & COUNTIES BANK LIMITED (branch) (Francis G. Washbourn, manager); draw on head office, 39 Threadneedle street, London E. C
CASH & CO., boot and shoe dealers
CHURCH George Frederick, butcher
CINDERFORD CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIM. (William Charles Ivins, sec)
CINDERFORD FOOTBALL CLUB (Samuel Jn. Thomas Rowlinson, sec.)
CINDERFORD & FOREST OF DEAN BILL POSTING & ADVERTISING CO. LIM. (A. E. Dykins, sec.) Victoria street
CLARKE James, draper
COLE Susan (Mrs.), Royal Union inn
COLEMAN Gertrude (Miss), dress maker
COOK Sarah Ann (Mrs.), grocer
COOKSEY John, printer & publisher of the "Forest of Dean Mercury"
COOKSEY Sarah Jane (Mrs.), grocer
COOPER Ernest, hair dresser
COOPER Joseph George, school attendance officer
COOPER Rudge, hair dresser
CORDY Jane (Mrs.), shopkeeper
COWMEADOW Tom, fish & fruit dealer, Steam mills
COX Elizabeth (Miss), dress maker
CRAWSHAW Henry & Co. Lim., colliery & iron ore mine proprietors (William Crawshaw, managing dir.), Light moor
CRESWELL Alfred Henry L.S.A., surgeon, York villa
CRITCHLEY William, butcher
CRITCHLEY William, jun., butcher
DAVIES Dan., tailor
DAVIS William, shopkeeper
DAWSON John Mathew, horse breaker
DEE George, grocer
DREW John, insurance agent & refreshment rooms
DYKINS BROS., beer ret. Pembroke st
DYKINS Alfred Enoch, auctioneer, valuer, house, estate & commission agent & agent for the Imperial Life Assurance Co. Lim. Victoria street
DYKINS Emma (Mrs.), temperance htl
EASTMANS LIMITED (Stephens Nichols, manager), butchers
EDMUNDS William H., sewing machine agent & musical instrument dealer
EDWARDS James, carpenter
ENDY Jacob, draper & outfitter
EVANS Charles, monumental mason
FERLEY Thomas Eli, insurance agent
FOREST OF DEAN GENERAL ACCIDENT FUND (G. H. Rowlinson, sec.)
FOREST OF DEAN MERCURY (John Cooksey, proprietor & publisher; published Friday)
FOREST OF DEAN MINER'S ASSOCIATION (George Hy. Rowlinson, miner's agt.)
FOREST OF DEAN MUTUAL ACCIDENT FUND (George Henry Rowlinson, sec.)
FOREST OF DEAN RECREATIVE & MEDICAL AID ASSOCIATION (F. L. Lucas & J. McAvoy, hon. sec.)
FOX Henrietta (Mrs.), shopkeeper
FOX William Henry, carpenter & joiner, Upper Bilson
FOX William Henry, musical instrument & furniture dealer
FOXES BRIDGE COLLIERY CO. LIMITED (Arnold Thomas, managing director)
FREEMAN Samuel, builder
GABB George, blacksmith
GADD Hezekiah Jn., paintr & paperhanger
GARDINER Julia Mary (Miss), stationer
GARDINER Wm. Hy., commercial trvllr
GARDNER Albert, shopkeeper
GARDNER Henry George, district supt. Pearl Life Insucance Co. Limited
GAY Frederick Jn., shoppkeeper & beer retlr.
GAY Kate (Mrs.), dress maker and servant's registry office
GAZZARD George, beer retailer
GAZZARD Wm., shopkeeper & insurance agent
GREEN William, photographer
GREENING Nathaniel Augustus, watch maker
GRINDLE David, butcher
GUEST Thomas, shopkeeper
HADINGHAM Stephen Wallce, manager of Lloyds Bank
HALE Herbert James, beer retailer, The George
HALE Robert James, beer retailer, The George
HALE Sidney, butcher
HALE William, confectioner
HALE William, butcher
HALL Francis Edward, confectioner
HANNEY George, assistant superintendent Prudential agent. Woodside rd
HANNEY George Henry, hair dresser
HARDING Joseph, shopkeeper
HARRIS Arthur R., cycle factor & repairer
HARRIS Moses, Globe P.H.
HARVEY William, saddler &c
HAWKER James, Lion inn
HAYWARD Isabella (Mrs.), shopkeeper
HAYWARD Jn. Colman, painter & paprhngr.
HEAD William George, baker & grocer
HEAVENS Rhoda (Mrs.), mason
HEWLETT Alfred, carpenter
HEWLETT John Samuel, clothier
HIGH MEADOWS IRON CO. LIM. (Edwin Morgan, sec.; Edwin Crawshay, managing director), mine owners
HILL George, shopkeeper
HITT Geo. Wm., boot & shoe repairer
HOBBS Richards, shopkeeper
HOLDER George, coffee tavern
HOLDER Joseph William, shopkeeper
HOOPER Maurice Wm., mineral water maf.
HORWOOD John, grocer
HUGHES John & Son, carpenters
HUGHES Levi, watch jobber
HUGO William Temple, solicitor
HUZZEY Ellen (Mrs.), shopkeeper
JACOBS & CO., clothiers and drapers
JAMES Thos., beer retlr. Steam mills
JAMES George Hinton & Henry, grocers
JAMES Thomas Maldwyn, druggist
JAMES William Henry, coal merchant
JENKINS Alice (Mrs.), beer retailer
JENKINS Henry, timber merchant & ironmonger
JENKINS Mary Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper
JONES Albert, lime burner & quarry owner
JONES Caleb George, fish & fruit dealer
JONES Alice S. (Miss), grocer & beer retailer & wine & spirit merchant
JONES Edwin, grocer
JONES Fredk Edward, photographer
JONES Georgina P. (Mrs.) dress maker
JONES William, grocer
JORDAN Thomas, shopkeeper
JORDAN William, greengrocer
KEAR Alfred & Co., sewing machine & cycle agents
KEAR Jas. & Sons, bakers & grocers
KEAR Florence (Miss), haberdasher
KEEL Sophia (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Steam mills
KITCHEN Hannah (Miss), shopkeeper
KNIGHT Edwin, Swan hotel
LANE Edmund William, butcher
LANE Walter, shopkeeper
LANE William, butcher
LANE Wm. Jn. Thos., insurance agent
LEADBEATER, Frederick, butcher
LEIGHTON William, Forge Hammer P.H.
LLOYDS BANK LIM. (branch) (Stephen Wallace Hadingham, manager); fraw on London Office, 72 Lombard st EC
LONG Edwin Henry, relieving officer for No. 2 district & registrar of births & deaths for East Dean sub-district, Westbury-on-Severn union
LYDNEY & CRUMP MEADOW COLLIERY CO. LIMITED (Joseph Hale, manager)
MACARTNEY Richd. L.R.C.P. & S. Edin., surgeon & medical officer for No. 4 district of Westbury-on-Severn union & certifying factory surgn., St. Annals
MAJOR Wesley, watch ma. & jeweller
MAJOR Wm., watch & clock repairer
MARSHALL John, haulier
MARSHALL Louisa (Mrs.), shopkeeper
MARTIN Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper
MARTIN Rd., Prudential Assutance agt.
MASON Tom, butcher
MEREDITH Reuben, grocer & beet retlr.
MEREDITH Samuel, Railway Hotel P.H.
MERRIMAN Ellen (Miss), dress maker
MILLARD James Francis, outfitter
MOBBERLEY Samuel, brick maker & shopkeeper
MOORE George William, insurance agt.
MOORE John, tailor
MORGAN Amos, mason
MORGAN Leonard, mason
MORGAN Wm., painter & plumber &c
MUNN Frederick H., ironmonger
NASH Edwin, coffee house
NELMES Thomas, shopkeeper
NEW PUBLIC HALL (Alfred E. Dykins, lessee), Commercial street
NEWCOMBE William Geo., hair dresser
NEWMAN Job, lodging ho. (registered)
NICHOLAS Thomas Alfd., boot & shoe dlr.
NICHOLLS Thomas, hair dresser
PARRY Charles, mason
PHILIPS John William, Fleece hotel
POPE Joseph, ladies' * gentlemen's tailor, woollen draper & boot maker
POWELL Martha (Mrs.), beer ret. & shpkpr.
PREECE Frank J, clothier
PROBERT thomas, draper & milliner
PROSSER Daniel, beer retailer
RABENOWITZ Myer, clothier
REECE Edward James, grocer &c
RHODES & Son, grocers, drapers & confectionrs
RIDDLE Isabella (Mrs.), day school
RIDLER Alfred, assistant overseer & rate collector
ROBB James, engineer & manager to Bilson Gas Light & Coke Co. Bilson
ROBERTS Andrew, shopkeeper
ROBINS Thomas, cycle agents
ROBINSON Isaac, shopkeeper
ROBINSON Isaac, butcher
ROSSER William, agent to the Provident Association
ROWLINSON George Henry, miner's agent for Forest of Dean Miner's Association
ROWLINSON Samuel John Thomas, boot & shoe maker
RUSSELL John, beer retailer Haywood la
RUSSELL William, shopkeeper
SELWYN Edward S., boot & shoe repairer
SIER John, mason
SIMMONS Samuel, beer retailer
SIMMONS William, grocer
SIMS Benjamin Thomas, furniture dlr.
SINGER MANUFACTURERS CO. (Arthur Pearce, manager)
SMITH Frank, boot & shoe maker
SMITH Edwin, builder
SMITH Harriett (Mrs.) beer retailer
SMITH Joseph, draper & milliner
SPENCE Catherine (Miss), private schl.
SPERBER Simon, furniture dealer
STANLEY Daniel, tin worker
STEPHENS Mary (Mrs.), beer retailer
TAYLOR Mary Ann (Mrs.), greengrocer
TAYLOR Peter M., hair dresser
TEAGUE, CHEW & FLEMING, engineers & millwrights
TEAGUE Sophia (Mrs.), deputy registrar of births & deaths for East Dean district
TEAGUE Thomas, quarry owner
THOMAS Idris, Old Engine inn
THOMAS Joseph, boot & shoe dealer
THOMAS Tom, musical instrument dealer & shopkeeper
THOMAS Wm., Prudential Assurance agt.
THOMAS William Henry, brewery agent & outfitter
TINGLE BROS., iron founders & engineers
TINGLE Caroline (Mrs.), greengrocer
TOWN HALL (Charles Willcox, keeper)
TROTTER Frederick, draper
TRUMP George, shopkeeper
TUCKER Annie (Mrs.), boot maker
TURNER Frederick, butcher
TURNER Thomas, shopkeeper
TYNDALL Priscilla (Miss), shopkeeper
TYNDALL Samuel, baker & corn dealer
VAUGHAN William Henry, butcher
WALL James, sen., painter & decorator
WASHBOURN Francis G., manager Capital & Counties Bank Limited
WEAVER Maria (Mrs.), shopkeeper
WESTAWAY & CO., grocers
WHITE Alfred, boot & shoe repairer
WHITEHOUSE Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper
WHITEHOUSE William, surveyor to the rural district council, East Dean & united parishes, & water rate collector
WHITMORE Arth., water works inspector
WHITSON Mary Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper
WILCE & JENKINS, timber merchants & ironmongers
WILCE Levi, beer retailer, farmer & timber merchant
WILCE Timothy, grocer & draper
WILLIAMS Frederick, steam sawing & planing mills, dealer in foreign & english timber; all kinds of sawing and planing done.
WILLIAMS BROTHERS, furniture manufacturers & fancy goods dealers
WILLIAMS Elizabeth (Mrs.), tobaccnst.
WILLIAMS James, outfitter
WILLIAMS Thomas, umbrella maker
WILLSTAD Thomas, shopkeeper
WINTLE Francis, miller, Steam mills
WOLF Harris, watch & clock maker
WOOD William, ironmonger & smith
WOODCOCK Maria (Mrs.), shopkeeper
DENMAN Rev. Arthur Coleby (curate of St. John's), St. White's house
FLEMMING Arthur, Rock house
JENKINS Henry, St. White's villa
MORGAN Edwin William
MORGAN Geo. Frederick, Forest lodge
SMITH Thomas, Ruspidge villa
WOODMAN George Daniel, Woodlands
ANSLEY Robt. Alsopp, White Hart inn
BALDWIN Henry, New inn
BANKS Christopher, beer retailer
BANKS Christopher, jun., heer retailer
BEARD Thos. Probin, baker & shopkeeper
BEDDIS Thomas, grocer
BRIGHT Samuel, miller (water)
BUTT Ann (Mrs.), Rising Sun P.H.
CHIVERS Thomas, grocer & post office
DEAN FOREST COAL CO., coal factors
FRENCH Alfred, Bridge inn
GAUDERN James, shopkeeper & beer retailer
GRIFFITHS Thomas, grocer
HALL Thomas, beer retailer
HARTLAND Annie (Mrs.), apartments
HOLDER George, shopkeeper
HUDSON Elizabeth, (Mrs.), grocer
JONES John, beer retailer
MERRICK Frederick Charles, saddler
MORGAN Edwin W., accountant & insurance agent, The Villa
MORSE Wm., shopkeeper & beer retailer
MOUNTJOY Joych (Mrs.), Mount Pleasant inn
RUSPIDGE INSTITUTE & LIBRARY (F. L. Lucas, sec.)
RUSSELL William, shopkeeper
SMITH Caroline (Mrs.), shopkeeper
STEVENS John Henry, coal agent
UNDERWOOD James, greengrocer
WALKLEY Daniel, haulier
Marked thus * receive letters via Blakeney.
*ADAMS Miss, Viney hill
*ADAMS Joseph, lime burner & quarry owner
*ADAMS Thomas, carpenter, Viney hill
*BARNARD Michel, farmer
BEDNEY Francis, Post office
BRISCOE Walter, rent & debt collector
*COLLINS Thomas, beer retailer
HUFFEY George, grocer
FEVER HOSPITAL (Mrs. Elizabeth Alden, matron)
GODFREY George, haulier
HERBERT John, haulier & shopkeeper
HUNTER Henry, agent to the Wesleyan & General Assurance Society
JEFFRIES Ellen (Mrs.), quarry owner
JOINER & STAPLE, millboard manufrs.
*MORSE Samuel, beer retailer
POWELL William, mason
PRICE William Henry, carpenter, wheelwright, undertaker & carriage & waggon builder
PROSSER Charles, Trump inn
*SURR William, shopkeeper
*TAYLOR Charles, beer ret. The Victoria
THOMAS William, White Horse P.H..
TURLEY James, shopkeeper
WELLINGTON William, farmer