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Whites's Directory 1856 for  Heckington

                            1.                                                                                                                                           .
  • Marked 1. are in the Fen;  2. are at garwick;  4. Oat Sheaf; rest in heckington or where stated
  • Atkin Hy, millwright and engineer
  • Banks Miss Mary Sophia
  • Barker Wm. schoolmaster
  • Brauston John, hat maker
  • Brown Mr Jas. || Graves Mr Rt.
  • Brown Thos. machine owner
  • Christopher John, Esq., Winkhill
  • Clayton Danl. relvg. officer & regr
  • Cowling Jas. tinner and brazier
  • Cumberworth Hy. hair dresser, & c.
  • De la Cour Rev Chas., M.A., Vicarage
  • Elmoro Jas. rope & twine maker
  • Fields D. J. national schoolmaster
  • Godson Edw. gent & Eliz. Hill Robert, nail maker
  • Hoole Edw. veterinary surgeon
  • Kent Mr Edw. || Lawson Mr Wm.
  • Lill Atkin, cooper
  • Millhouse Oliver How, grazier
  • Morris Mr Wm. || Struggles Mrs
  • Redshaw Mr Thomas
  • Squire John Brant, surveyor
  • Wright Robt. policeman
  • INNS AND TAVERNS.
  • Crown, John Croft
  • Nag's Head, Mrs My. Salmon
  • 4 Oat Sheaf, Mrs Sarah Smith
  • Royal Oak, Richd, Elkington, sen.
  • Six Bells, James HarnesS
  • BAKERS
  • Almond Thomas
  • Almond Hy. E.
  • Penn Henry, and bricklayer
  • BEERHOUSES
  • Barnatt Mrs Ann
  • Forman John
  • Parker Wm.
  • Porter John
  • BLACKSMITHS
  • Belton Cphr
  • Cook George
  • Morris John
  • 4 Plumpton Major
  • BOOT & SHOEMKS
  • Buskin George
  • Clark Thomas
  • Colby John
  • Elmore James
  • Favell Thomas
  • 1 Knight Fredk.
  • Lamb Jeremiah
  • Nixon John
  • 1 Scott Ephraim
  • Wells Thomas Wilcock
  • Wilkinson Wm.
  • Wilson Pell
  • BRICKLAYERS
  • Barnatt Wm.
  • Newton George
  • Newton John
  • BUTCHERS
  • Holmes James
  • Pacey Wm.
  • Porter John
  • Trollope Robert
  • COAL DEALERS
  • Bancroft Joseph
  • Capewell John
  • Hall Henry
  • Widdison Wm.
  • CORN MILLERS
  • Almond Henry Elston
  • Almond Wm.
  • Godson Richard
  • Nash Slighton & Joseph
  • FARMERS
  • * are owners.
  • 2 Bark Richard
  • 1 Barnatt Wm.
  • 1 *Bowles Richd.
  • Brown John
  • Christopher Jas.
  • 1 Clark George
  • 5 Cooper John
  • 1 *Coupland Dl.
  • 1 Dawson David
  • Featherstone Eliz.
  • Forman John
  • Freestone George
  • 4 *Godson George
  • *Godson Joseph
  • Godson Richard
  • 1 Greetham Eliz.
  • 1 Greetham Wm.
  • Hardstaff Wm.
  • 1 *Hoyes Joseph
  • 3 * Leivesley Bennj.
  • Holmes House
  • *Leivesley John
  • 4 Miller John
  • 1 *miller John
  • 1 *Miller Richd.
  • Millhouse O. H.
  • 1 *Minkley Enoch
  • 1 *Moore Wm.
  • Mowbray Charles
  • 1 Newbatt Wm. & shopkeeper
  • 1 *Pearce Robert
  • Petchel Wm.
  • Potterton John
  • *Redshaw Thos.
  • *Rilatt George
  • 2 Rippon Thomas
  • 1 Roberts Norman
  • *Smith John
  • 1 Smith Robert
  • 1 *Thorpe David
  • Tomlin Alfred
  • *Turner John
  • 1 *Turner Edw.
  • GARDENERS
  • Fearey Anthony
  • Hall James
  • Partridge Mathw.
  • Saunby Wm.
  • Weston Richard
  • GROCERS & DPRS
  • Blackbourn Wm., and druggist
  • Byron Wm. and ironmonger
  • Chapman John
  • Cristopher Rd.
  • Davidson George
  • Elkington Richd.
  • 1 Greetham Ann
  • Head Wm.
  • 1 Knight Fredk.
  • Roberts Nathan, and druggist
  • JOINERS, & C.
  • Barnes Wm. and parish clerk
  • Copeland Edm. & cabinet maker
  • Hilton Stephen
  • Hilton Wm.
  • Hilton Zebedee
  • Struggles John
  • PAINTERS, & C.
  • Almond Thos. & stone engraver
  • Simpson Charles, and plumber
  • SADDLERS, & C.
  • Blunson Richard
  • Redshaw Thomas
  • SURGEONS.
  • Franks Moses
  • Hillyard Edward Knowles
  • Walker Fredk.
  • TAILORS
  • Brice Robert
  • Cobb Robert
  • Green Sutton
  • Head Wm.
  • Hill Abraham
  • Newcombe John
  • WHEELWRIGHTS
  • Dawson Joseph
  • Willson Samuel
  • Woodcock joseph
  • OMNIBUS
  • To Sleaford and Boston daily, excepy Sunday
  • CARRIER.
  • Robert Taylor to Sleaford, Mon. and Thur.,
  • and to Boston, Wed. & Saturday.
      1. Whites Directory 1872 for Heckington
  • ATKIN Henry millwright
  • ALMOND Henry Elston miller & baker
  • BANCROFT Joseph coal dealer & carrier
  • BARKER Robert schoolmaster
  • BARKES Richard farmer; Garwick
  • BARNES Elijah butcher
  • BARNES James joiner & parish clerk
  • BARNES Samuel gas manager
  • BARNETT William farmer in the fen
  • BELL John farmer in the fen
  • BELTON Christopher blacksmith
  • BLADES John Thomas police sergeant
  • BLASSON George John M R C S & L S A surgeon
  • BLUNSON Richd saddler & harness maker
  • BOSWORTH John farmer in the fen
  • BEADLEY William beerhouse
  • BRANSTON John hatter
  • BRIERLEY Mr Charles
  • BYRON Mr William
  • CAMERON Rev Geo Thos M A, vicar
  • CASTLEDINE Lawrence Stephen relieving officer & registrar births & deaths
  • CHAPMAN John draper grocer & newsagent
  • CHRISTOPHER Martin farmer;Winkhill Hall farm
  • CHRISTOPHER Zadok farmer
  • CLARK William butcher
  • CLARKE Mrs Mary Ann farmer in the fen
  • COOK Thomas blacksmith & machine owner
  • COPELAND Edmund joiner & cabinet maker
  • CRAVEN Rev Samuel M A, curate
  • CUMBERWORTH Miss Emma Elizabeth confectioner
  • CUMBERWORTH Henry hairdresser perfumer & fancy dealer
  • DAWSON David farmer in the fen
  • DOBSON Misses Mary Ann & Hannah ladies hairdresser & day school
  • DOCKARD Peter joiner
  • ELLMORE Thomas confectioner
  • EVERARD Misses Mary, Eliza & Diana
  • FAVELL Thomas boot & shoe maker
  • FEARY Anthony market gardener
  • FEATHERSTONE Merrill grazier
  • FEATHERSTONE Thomas grazier
  • FOSTER James farmer
  • GasWorks Samuel BARNES manager
  • GIBSON Joseph coal merchant, railway station; h Sleaford. W WHEATMAN manager
  • GODSON Mr Edward
  • GODSON George farmer & grazier
  • GODSON Henry organist
  • GODSON Joseph farmer & grazier; Garwick
  • GODSON Richard farmer and miller
  • GRAVES Mr Robert
  • GREEN Sutton tailor
  • GREETHAM Joseph farmer & grazier in the fen
  • GREETHAM William farmer in the fen
  • HALL William boot & show maker
  • HALL William farmer
  • HARBY John farmer in the fen
  • HARDSTAFF Joseph farmer in the fen
  • HARMSTON Edward butcher
  • HARRIS Dnl Gurham grocer & prntr
  • HIDES Thos farmer in the fen; h Kyme fen
  • HILL Abraham tailor
  • HILLYARD Edw Knowles L S A, srgn
  • HOLDEN William haberdasher
  • HOLDERSHAW William farmer
  • HOOLE Miss Mary ladies boarding & day school
  • HOOLE William cattle dealer
  • JACKSON Samuel draper grocer & Royal Assurance Co agent
  • JESSOP John farmer; Barbridge farm; h Swineshead
  • JONES Theophilus cattle dealer
  • KEIR Peter farmer
  • LAMB Jeremiah shoemaker
  • LEVESLEY Benjamin farmer & grazier in the fen
  • LEVESLEY John farmer & grazier; h Donington fen
  • LILL Atkin cooper
  • LINDSEY John farmer
  • LITTLE Chas Henry farmer& grazier
  • LITTL William farmer, Hall
  • LOWTH James shoemaker & town crier
  • LUPTON Edward shopkeeper & tinner & brazier
  • MEHEW Geo saddler & harness maker
  • MILLER John farmer in the fen
  • MILLER Richard farmer in the fen
  • MILLHOUSE Mrs Ann brickmaker
  • MINKLEY John farmer in the fen
  • MOORE George farmer in the fen
  • MOORE John farmer in the fen
  • MORRIS Mr William
  • MOWBERRY Charles farmer
  • MOWBERRY Charles, jun, farmer
  • NASH John baker
  • NASH Joseph miller & baker
  • NASH Sleightholme baker
  • NEWHATT William farmer in the fen
  • NEWTON George stonemason
  • NEWTON Jarvis wheelwright in the fen
  • NEWTON Mrs milliner, dress & straw bonnet maker in the fen
  • NIXON John & Thomas boot & shoe makers
  • PARTRIDGE Matthew gardener & seedsman
  • PELL Wilson shoe manufacturer
  • PENN Henry bricklayer & victualler, Nags Head
  • PLUMPTON Major blacksmith
  • PORTER Mrs Elizabeth beerhouse
  • PORTER Henry station master
  • POTTERTON John farmer
  • RAWLINSON George watch & clock cleaner
  • RAWLINSON William P tailor
  • READING William thrashing machine owner
  • REAST Thomas blacksmith
  • RIPPON Thomas farmer & grazier in the fen; Garwick
  • ROBERTA Nathan accountant & rate collector
  • RYLATT George farmer
  • SAWYER Alfred George watch & clock cleaner
  • SHEPPERSON James vict Royal Oak
  • SIMPSON Charles plumber, glazier, painter & paperhanger
  • SKINNER Septimus blacksmith
  • SMITH Benj farmer, six hundreds
  • SMITH Henry farmer
  • SMITH Mr John
  • SMITH Joseph farmer in the fen
  • SMITH Mrs Sarah vict Oat Sheaf in the fen
  • SMITH William wheelwright & victualler, Six Bells
  • SPINK Henry bricklayer & builder
  • STRUGGLES John pork butcher & bacon factor
  • STRUGGLES Joseph carpenter
  • STRUGGLES Mrs Mary pork pie & sausage maker
  • SUMNERS Michael Cole pharmaceatical chemist, wine & spirit merch, postmaster
  • TAYLOR Robert coal, oil & agricul salt dealer & vict Railway Hotel
  • TAYLOR Thomas carrier & horse and gig letter
  • TICKNER Thomas Walter national schoolmaster
  • TREVET George farmer
  • TROLLOPE Clifton newsagent
  • TROLLOPE Robert butcher
  • TURNER Edward farmer in the fen
  • TURNER John farmer
  • WHITTAKER John victualler, Crown
  • WILLSON Samuel wheelwright &ag implement dealer
  • WOODCOCK Edward plumber, glazier, painter & paperhanger

Kelly's Directory 1913 for Heckington

  1. Public Establishments.
  2. Cemetery, Alfred James Ollerhead, Parish Council clerk
  3. County Police Station, George Pikett, sergeant, and 1 constable
  4. Temperance Hall, Joseph Hulbert, keeper
  5. Public Officers.
  6. Assistant Overseer & Clerk to Parish Council, Alfred James 0llerhead
  7. Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator. Heckington Dis-
  8. trict, Sleaford Union, Henry Holloway Ballachey
  9. M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P. & L.M.Edin'
  10. Town Crier, John Barnatt
  11. Parish Clerk, Edwin Barnes.
  12. Public Elementary Schools.
  13. Mixed, rebuilt in 1873, at a cost of 700, for 270 children; average attendance,
  14. 246; Edward Corlett, master; Mrs. Margaret Ollerhead, mistress.
  15. East Heckington (mixed), erected in 1860 for 100 children; average attendance,
  16. 84; John Richard Anson, master
  17. Railway Station, Herbert Joseph Osborn, station master.
  18. Carrier to:-
  19. Boston - Joseph William Stringer, wed. & sat.; returning same day
  20. Sleaford - Joseph William Stringer, mon. & thurs.; returning same day
  21. PRIVATE RESIDENTS.
  22. Allison Rev. Edwd.Grant M.A.(vicar)
  23. Almond Mrs. Elston, High street
  24. Ballachey Henry Holloway, High st
  25. Bell Thomas Fotherley William M.B.,
  26. C.M. High street
  27. Blasson Miss F. High street
  28. Booth William John, Boston road
  29. Burrows Mrs. Church street
  30. Chambers Miss, Olive house
  31. Corlett Edward, Station road
  32. Creasey Jesse, Church street
  33. Gilbert Edwin H. Station Toad
  34. Godson Ernest Henry
  35. Godson Misses, Churchside
  36. Hardy Edward, Fern villa
  37. Harris Daniel Gorham,St.Andrew's vil
  38. Hollingworth Frederick, High street
  39. Hoole William, High street
  40. Little Mrs. Charles Henry, High st
  41. Little Mrs. William, Heckington hall
  42. Lowe Mrs. Jas. Limes vil. Station rd
  43. Maclntosh Robert
  44. Millhouse Mrs. Laurel house
  45. Ollerhead Alfred James, Ivy house
  46. Payne Thomas, sen. Church street
  47. Rippon Mrs. Cameron street
  48. Smith William, Alma house
  49. Thomas Mrs. St. Andrew's street
  50. Thompson Charles, High street
  51. Thomson Mrs. High street
  52. Tomlinson Miss M. High street
  53. White William Henry, Church street
  54. Wood Mrs. Boston road
  55. COMMERCIAL.
  56. Almond Henry, cycle agent, High st
  57. Almond Neville Jones, baker,High st
  58. Asher Walter, farmers, Fen
  59. Bailey George William, insurance agent, Sleaford road
  60. Ballachey Henry Holloway L.R.C.P. & L.M.Edin.,
  61. M.R.C.S.Eng. surgeon, medical officer & public vacinator
  62. Heckington district, Sleaford union, High street
  63. Bannister Alfred, Nags Head P.H. High street
  64. Barker Frederick, poultry breeder
  65. Barnatt John, boot & shoe maker & town crier, St. Andrew's street
  66. Barnatt William, cowlkeeper, Elm holt
  67. Barnes Edwin, carpenter, High street
  68. Bates Mark, cottage farmer, Fen
  69. Baxter Charles, farmer, Fen
  70. Bell Thomas Fotherley William M.B., C.M.Aberd. surgeon, High street
  71. Belton Kate (Miss), shopkeeper, Cameron street
  72. Bowes John. thrashing machine proprietor, Cameron street
  73. Brackenbury Wm.Felix,butcher.High st
  74. Bristow Leonard, chimney sweeper, Eastgate
  75. Brown David, White Horse P.H. Church street
  76. Brown Geo. insur. agt. Cowgate cot
  77. Brown William Neville, shopkeeper
  78. Cemetery (Alfred James Ollerhead, clerk to parish council)
  79. Chandler Wm.egg merchant,Banks la
  80. Chapman Robert, market gardener
  81. Clark Wm. Six Bells P.H. Church st
  82. Clay Edward, shopkeeper, Eastgate
  83. Codling Charles, farmer, Fen
  84. Cook William, blacksmith, High st
  85. Curt Frederick, stationer, Church st
  86. Curt Thomas, builder, High street
  87. Davy Jonas, farmer, Mile house
  88. Dawson Robert, farmer, Fen
  89. Denman Charles, farmer, Fen
  90. Dickinson Wm. manager of Gas wks
  91. Dodson George, builder, Boston road
  92. East William, farmer, Fen
  93. Elliott Sarah Jane (Mrs.), farmer,Fen
  94. Elmore Thomas, jun. farmer, Fen
  95. Elmore Thomas, sen. farmer, Fen
  96. Gas Light & Coke Co. Ltd. (Ernest Henry Godson, managing director;
  97. Arthur Levesley, sec.; William Dickinson, manager)
  98. Gibson J. & Co. coal & coke merchants
  99. Gray Thomas, farmer
  100. Greetham Joseph, jun. farmer, Fen
  101. Greetham Richd. farmer, Cameron st
  102. Hallgarth John, cottage farmer
  103. Harmston Geo.Wm.farmr.Sleaford rd
  104. Harris Charles Benjamin, farm bailiff to George Harris esq. Station road
  105. Harris Daniel Gorham, printer
  106. Harris Geo. Thos. grocer, High street
  107. Hodgson John, millwright,Cameron st
  108. Hollingworth Thos. baker, High at
  109. Holmes Matthew, farmer, Vicarage rd
  110. Holmes tWm. Hy. butcher, Vicarage rd
  111. Hoole William M.R:C.V.S. veterinary surgeon, High street
  112. Houlden Charles, farmer, Fen
  113. Houlden Edward, farmer
  114. Houlden Fredk. comkpr. Sleaford rd
  115. Housley Frank, baker, High street
  116. Howse Thomas, boot maker, Eastgate
  117. Johnson Frank, tailor, High street
  118. Jones Arthur Lewis, farmer & cattle dealer, Hall farm
  119. Jones Theophilus, farmer, Station rd
  120. Ketton Robert, farmer, Garwick
  121. Key Alfred, farmer, Station road
  122. Kirton J. T. & Son, tailors, High st
  123. Levesley Arthur, draper, dress.maker milliner & grocer, Cameron street
  124. Lloyds Bank Limited (sub-branch from Sleaford; open fri. 1 to 4);
  125. draw on head office, 71 Lombard street, London E C
  126. Lupton Thomas Edwd. grcr. High st
  127. Mackears Daniel, builder, High st
  128. Maidens Thornton, farmer, Boston rd
  129. Mallett William, farmer, Fen
  130. Matthews Fredk. Crown P.H. High st
  131. Miller John, farmer, Fen
  132. Minkley Thomas, jun. farmer, Fen
  133. Minta Jn. Thos. farmr. Wynkhill manor
  134. Money Hy. wheelwright, Cameron st
  135. Moore Walter, farmer, Fen
  136. Morris Richard Wm. Railway hotel
  137. Mowberry Charles, miller (steam & wind), High street
  138. Newcomb Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Eastgate
  139. Nixon Thos. furniture dlr. High st
  140. Ogden Thomas, farmer, Sleaford road
  141. Ollerhead Alfred James, clerk to Parish Council, assistant overseer
  142. & income tax collector for Heckington & Great Hale & agent to
  143. the Northern Fire & Life Assurance Co. High street
  144. Page William, saddler, High street
  145. Payne William, plumber, High street
  146. Pell George, jun. farmer, Fen
  147. Pell William, farmer, Boston road
  148. Pidd John, cab proprietor, Church st
  149. Pocklington Arth, cycle agt. Station rd
  150. Pocklington Chas. farmer, Sleaford rd
  151. Pocklington John, miller (wind & steam), Station mills
  152. Porter Leonard, grocer, Boston road
  153. Priestley Amos, whlwright. Cameron st
  154. Priestley James, farmer, Fen
  155. Read Richard Henry, frmr. Church st
  156. Redford Richard, farmer, Fen
  157. Redshaw Edwin, farmer & landowner, The Poplars
  158. Rees Montague, butcher, Church st
  159. Sawyer Alfred George, watch maker, High street
  160. Scott Susanna (Mrs.), farmer, Fen
  161. Scroggings Edgar William, wheelwright, Sleaford road
  162. Sharpe Charles & Co. Limited, seed merchants; warehouse, Railway stn
  163. Sharpe Joseph, cycle agent & dealer, High street
  164. Sharpe Wm. King, shoplkpr.Church st
  165. Simons Henry, horse slaughterer, Church street
  166. Smith Benjamin, stationer, High at
  167. Stanwell Wm. Hy. boot repr. Church st
  168. Stringer Jsph. Wm. carrier, High st
  169. Sumner Isaac Herbt. grocr.Church st
  170. Sumners M. C. & Son, pharmaceutical chemists, High street
  171. Swinn Edwin, grocr. St. Andrew's st
  172. Tailby Louisa (Mrs.), Red Cow P.H. & butcher
  173. Taylor Hannah (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Elm holt
  174. Taylor Herbert, Axe & Cleaver P.H. Cameron street
  175. Temperance Hall (Jsph. Halbert, keepr)
  176. Toogood Wm. machinist, Cameron st
  177. Warrington Frederick, pig dealer, Great Hale road
  178. Warrington Joseph, chimney swpr. High street
  179. Wells Thomas, farmer, Fen
  180. Whittaker Henry, Royal Oak P.H. High street
  181. Wilkinson Benjamin, farm bailiff to T. P. Horn esq. Garwick
  182. Wilkinson George, cottage farmr. Fen,
  183. Winter George, farmer, Fen
  184. Winter William, farmer, Fen
  185. Wood J. & C. coal merchants; offices, Boston
  186. Wright Tom, market gardener, Dovecote gardens
  187. Wright William, baker, Cameron st
  188. Wright William W. grocer, Eastgate
  189. EAST HECKINGTON.
  190. Ablard Timothy Joseph, boot maker
  191. Baines William, beer retailer
  192. Barnatt William & Son, farmers
  193. Barnes Joseph, farmer
  194. Coupland Daniel, farmer
  195. Horn Thos. Parker, frmr. Elm grange
  196. Lambert John James, farmer
  197. Olivant John, blacksmith
  198. Shipstone James Hugh Gordon, frmr
  199. Smith Robert, carpenter
  200. Tinker John Robert, beer retailer
  201. Tomlinson Joseph, farm bailiff to W. B. Barnes esq. Six Hundreds farm
  202. Wass William, shopkpr. & post office

Kelly's Directory 1876 for Heckington

  1. Parish Clerk, James Barnes.
    Clerk at Fen Chapel, Benj. Humberston.
    Post Office, Michael C. Sumners, postmaster.
    Letters arrive from Sleaford at 9 a.m. ; dispatched at 4.25 p.m

    INSURANCE AGENTS :-
    Midland Counties, H. E. Rippon
    Railway Passengers', L. S. Castledine
    Reliance Life, S, Willson
    Royal Fire & .Life, L. S. Castledine
    Whittington, T. Nixon
    Police Station, John Thomas Blades, sergeant, & 1 man

    SCHOOLS :-
    National, Samuel G. H. Colbeck, master; Mrs. Spink, mistress
    Fen, Miss Robinson, mistress

    Railway Station, John Brice, station master

    CARRIERS TO :-
    BOSTON-Thomas Taylor, Wednesday & Saturday, & I.
    Bancroft, Wednesday, at 7 a.m. returning same day
    SWANFORD-Taylor, Monday & Thursday; & I. Bancroft,
    Monday, returning same day

    PRIVATE RESIDENTS
    Blackbourne Edward
    Blasson George John
    Byron Miss
    Cameron Rev. Geo. Thos. M.A. [vicar]
    Everard Misses
    Godson Edward .
    Godson Henry
    Godson Joseph
    Graves Robert
    Hillyard Edward
    Hodge Rev. Alfred [curate]
    Little Charles Henry
    Little William, The Hall
    Rippon Henry Ellis
    Smith Mrs. Six Hundreds

    COMMERCIAL
    Almond Elston, miller, baker & corn chandler
    Almond Neville Jones, baker & corn dlr
    Barks Richard, farmer, Garrick
    Bancroft Joseph, carrier
    Barker William Henry, schoolmaster
    Barnes Elijah, farmer
    Barnes James, carpenter, undertaker & paperhanger
    Blasson George John, surgeon
    Blunson Mary Ann (Miss), dress maker
    Blunson Richard, saddler
    Branston Elizabeth (Miss), dressmaker
    Brumfield John, gardener
    Cart Edward, gardener
    Castledine Lawrence, relieving officer & registrar of births & deaths
    Chapman John, grocer & draper
    Christopher Martin, farmer
    Christopher Walter, farmer
    Clarke Mary (Mrs.); farmer, Fen
    Coates John, farmer, Fen
    Cook George, blacksmith
    Copeland Edmund, cabinet maker
    Cumberworth Emma Elizabeth (Miss), grocer
    Cumberworth Henry hair dresser
    Dennis John Robert, butcher
    Ellmore James, boot & shoe maker
    Favell Catherine (Miss), dress maker
    Favell Thomas, boot & shoe maker
    Fearey Ann (Mrs.), market gardener
    Featherstone Elizabeth (Miss), dress ma
    Featherstone George, butcher
    Gas Light Co. (Edward Godson, sec)
    Godson George, farmer, Fen
    Godson Joseph, farmer
    Godson Richard, farmer & miller
    Green Jonathan, beer retailer & butcher
    Green Sutton, tailor
    Greetham Joseph, farmer, Fen
    Greetham William, farmer, Fen
    Hall William, farmer
    Hall William, boot & shoe maker
    Harby John, farmer, Fen
    Hardstaff Joseph, farmer
    Harmston Edwd. Butcher & beer retailer
    Harris Daniel Gorham grocer, draper,
    printer & seedsman
    Hill Abraham, tailor
    Hillyard Edward, surgeon
    Hoole Mary & Jane (Misses),ladies' schl
    Hoole William, veterinary surgeon
    Jackson Samuel, draper & grocer, & agent for W. & A. Gilbey,
    wine & spirit merchants
    Jones Theophilus, cattle dealer
    Kier Peter, farmer
    Lamb Jeremiah, boot & shoe maker
    Lamb Samuel, baker, grocer, corn &
    flour dealer
    Levesley Benjamin, farmer
    Leveslev John, farmer, Fen
    Lill Atkin, cooper
    Lindsey John, farmer
    Little Charles Henry, farmer
    Little Herbert, farmer
    Little William, farmer, The Hall
    Louth James, town crier & shoe maker
    Lupton Edward, tin plate worker &
    shopkeeper
    Mehew George, saddler& harness maker
    Miller John, farmer, Fen
    Miller Richard, farmer, Fen
    Millhouse Ann (Mrs.), brickmaker
    Moore George, farmer, Fen
    Mowberry Charles, farmer
    Nash Joseph, miller & baker
    Nash Joseph, jun. miller
    Nash Sleightolme, baker
    Newton George, bricklayer
    Newton Jarvis, wheelwright, Fen
    Newton John, bricklayer
    Nixon Thomas, boot & shoe maker
    Partridge Matthew, market gardener
    Pask Michael, farmer, Garrick
    Peach Robert Henry, Royal Oak commercial inn
    Penn Henry, Nag's Head
    Pidd George baker
    Plumpton Mager, blacksmith, Fen
    Rawlinson George, watch maker
    Reading William, millwright
    Redshaw Edwin, farmer
    Roberts Nathan, rate collector
    Saunby William, market gardener
    Scott Ephraim, shoe maker & shopkpr
    Sharpe Charles, farmer
    Short Charles, coal dealer
    Simpson Charles, plumber, painter & c
    Skinner Septimus Cornelius, whitesmith & machinist
    Smith Benjamin (Mrs.), farmer, Six Hundreds
    Smith John, horse dealer
    Smith Joseph, farmer, Fen
    Smith Mary (Mrs.) Oat Sheaf, Fen
    Smith William, Six Bells, & carpenter
    Spink Henry, mason
    Sumners Michael Cole, pharmaceutical chemist & postmaster;
    agent to H. R. Williams & Co. wine & spirit merchants
    Taylor Robert, Railway hotel, & coal & linseed cake merchant & dealer in
    Salt, linseed, coke & lime, agent for Odam's manures; & at Billingborough
    Taylor Thomas. Crown, & carrier
    Tindall John, market gardener
    Trollope Robert, butcher
    Ward James, farmer :
    Willson Samuel, wheelwright & agricultural machine maker; agent for
    Hornsby's & Samuelson's reaping machines &c. &c
    Wilson Lucy Ann (Mrs.),boot & shoe maker
    Wise John, Axe & Cleaver, & shopkeeper