The description of the parish has not been transcribed because it is similiar to that in White's Directories for 1845 and 1883.
These are the names in the text that are not included in the list of residents and tradespeople, below:
Allen Rev. William, M.A. Brame John Dashwood Harvey Wm. Marriott Robert, Esq. Spelman Sir Clement Spelman Rev. Henry Spelman Judge Villebois H., Esq. Winearls R.G., Esq.There are memorials in the church to the Chamberlin, Marriott, Spelman and Tyssen families.
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at Daniel Nuthall's. Letters despatched, via Brandon, at 5 p.m.
Boyce Henry farmer Brown Edwin clerk [see note below] Coe Jas. tailor Dewing Geo. horsebreaker & vict. Ship Eaton Rev. T.R., M.A. curate Edwards Charles farmer and dealer Everett and Son millers and bakers Everett Frith and Robert (E. and Son) Marriott J. and R. maltsters, corn & coal merchants, & agents to Truman & Co. Marriott Hy.C., Jno. Lewis & R., Esqrs. Nuthall Daniel grocer and draper Rope James clerk [see note below] Smith James Chappel station master Wells Sus. schoomistress [sic] BLACKSMITHS. Coe William Jempson John SHOEMAKERS. Arnold William Lawson Thomas
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