Directory of Pipe and Lyde 1851

Publishers E. E. Lascelles Co.


PIPE, a Parish in the Hundred of Grimsworth, three miles N. from Hereford, containing with the Township of Lyde, in 1851, 180 inhabitants.

LYDE, a Township in the Parish of Pipe, and Hundred of Grimsworth, three-and-a-quarter miles W. from Hereford. Thomas Clark, Esq., is Lord of the Manor.

The Church, dedicated to St. Peter, is an ancient building, with spire and four bells. The living is a Discharged Vicarage, in the peculiar jurisdiction of the Dean and Chapter of Hereford, endowed with £200 private benefaction, and £400 Royal Bounty, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Hereford. The Rev. Thomas Gretton, Vicar; Mr. Thomas Dowding, Clerk and Sexton. Service - 11 a.m.



COOKE Mr. William., Moreton House

THOMAS Mr. James, Arundell Court, Upper Lyde

BOSLEY John, farmer, Lower Lyde Court

BURLTON Peter, farmer, Lower Lyde Court

CLESTON James, farmer

DAW Edward Shepheard, agricultural implement maker

DOWDING Thomas, Clerk and Sexton

EDWARDS Richard, farmer, Upper Lyde

GOODE James, farmer, Upper Lyde

JAY Wm., farmer, Highway House

OWENS Henry, blacksmith, and Clerk and Sexton of Moreton