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Edlesborough 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

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Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Buckinghamshire. The Buckinghamshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

In Buckinghamshire in 1863 directory

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Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

EDLESBOROUGH is an extensive parish, including tho hamlets of Dagnall, Hudnall, Horton, and Northall, situate in the hundred of Cottesloe, and union of Wycombe. The parish extends 9 miles in length and 1 in breadth, and covers an area of 4579 acres, with a total population, in 1861, of 1671. It is situate near the Ivinghoe hills, 3 miles N.E. of Ivinghoe, and 2 1/2 S.W. from Wendover. The church, seated on an elevation, is a fine Gothic structure of the 12th century, dedicated to St. Mary, and consists of chancel, nave, two aisles, and tower containing six bells and a clock; a spire originally surmounted the tower, but was destroyed by lightning in 1827. The interior has some old stalls and brasses to the families of Brugis and Rufford; in the chancel is a trefoil-headed piscina. The living is a vicarage, to which is attached the curacies of Dagnall and Northall, in the deanery of Mursley and patronage of the Earl of Brownlow, who is impropriator of the great tithes. The Rev. William Bruton Wroth, M.A., is incumbent. There is a Free School, endowed by the Countess of Bridgwater. The charities realise about 40 Annually. The majority of the inhabitants obtain a livelihood by straw plaiting.
Dagnall is a hamlet in the parish of Edlesborough, which village it adjoins. There is no church here, divine service being held in a private house; the Rev W. H. Podmore is curate. The Wesleyans have a chapel, connected with which is a Sunday School. There are also schools in which reading, writing, and straw plaiting are taught; the latter is the chief employment of tho inhabitants.
Northall is also a hamlet in the parish; it contains a Free School, in which church service is held.

Wroth Rev Charles, M.A., curate
Wroth Rev Wm.Bruton, M A.(vicar)

Batchelor Thomas, grazier
Bates Edward, carpenter
Battam James, plait dealer
Brown Mary, farmer
Buckmaster John, miller
Cheshire Edward, farmer
Cheshire John, carpenter
Costin Robert, carpenter
Cutler William, farmer, Ringshall Lodge farm
Gray Amos, beer retailer
Gray Benjamin, hay dealer
Hawkins David, farmer
Hawkins Samuel, farmer
Hews Francis, surgeon
Hutchins Reubin, straw dealer
Janes John, blacksmith
Newman William, Bell
Partridge J. L., farmer
Pearson Frederick, butcher
Peppiatt John, Greyhound
Peppiatt Nathaniel, shoemaker
Plummer Joseph, beer retailer and shopkeeper
Standbridge James, farmer
Tompkins Thomas, beer retailer
Turdell and Mead, farmers
Veasey Sophia, shopkeeper
Wood Jesse, Axe and Compass, and corn dealer

Letters arrive from Dunstable at 10-30 a.m.
Free School, Mr Allison, master; Mrs Ann Gurney, mistress


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Astling Charles, shopkeeper and plait dealer
Batcbelor John, brewer and maltster
Cox John, shopkeeper and beer retailer
Cripps Jesse, farmer
Dean Daniel, carpenter
adsden David, farmer
adsden William, baker
ray John, Cross Keys and farmer
orton Alfred, farmer
orton Joseph, farmer
lies James, blacksmith
lies Arthur, shopkeeper
unn James, wheelwright

Rogers Daniel, shoemaker
Rogers Ezekiel, Red Lion
Stratford Charles, corn dealer
Stratford Edwd.,baker & farmer and dealer in pianofortes
Whitman David, beer retailer
Wesleyan Chapel, preachers various

Matthews John, shopkeeper
Underwood George, farmer

Letters through Hemel Hempstead

Woodman William, farmer

Letters through Leighton Buzzard

Ashpool John, farmer
Brown Mark, blacksmith
Bates Jabez, beer retailer and and brewer
Costin Frederick, Old Wrestlers
Costin John, beer retailer
Eastaff James, beer retailer
Hawkins Rowland, farmer
Hawkins James, baker & farmer
Holmes William, shoemaker
Janes Mrs, grazier
Janes Joseph, butcher
Nichols Robert, wheelwright
Proctor James, farmer
Proctor William, farmer
Peppiatt Philip, farmer
VeaseyJohn, baker

Letters through Dunstable

Baptist Chapel, Mr Woodstock, minister
Church Service held in the Free School, Rev W. H. Podmore, curate
Free School, Mr Allison, master; Mrs Bates, mistress

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