[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]
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:
Darbie Rev. M.B., M.A. Percy A.C.H., Esq. Wodehouse Lord
There are memorials in the church to the Colman and Stone families.
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
Acton Rev. William, B.A. vicar, Vicarage Clarke My. Ann schoolmistress, Wrkhouse [sic] Culpitt Saml. tailor Goodchild Hannah matron, Workhouse Gowen Robt. Smith master, Workhouse Hall Thomas baker Head Robert William brickmaker Lee Alfred schoolmaster, Workhouse Mann Richd. bricklayer & beer retailer Mann William joiner and carpenter Shorney Emma mistress, Natl. School Spinks James victualler, Wild Man BEERHOUSES. CORN MILLERS. Buck Henry Mallett John Ellis John Mann Samuel BLACKSMITHS. BOOT & SHOEMAKRS. Buck Henry Semmence John Buck Philip Weston Jno. & Edw. Dawes Samuel FARMERS. Barker William Rix William Browne George Roe Simon Cann James Rowing Archibald Garth James Scott William Greenwood Mattw. (& Tillett John P. cattle dealer) Tutthill William Kirk James Wade Christmas Knivett Charles Weston G. (Exors) Norton John (and Wilkinson John parish clerk) Wrigglesworth Wm. (& Office William cattle dealer) Poll James Youngman John GARDENERS. SHOPKEEPERS. Blyth Jonathan Mann Emma Lane Franklin Livock William (& butcher)
See also the Wicklewood parish page.
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