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Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire - Traders in the 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory

Henley on Thames pub history index

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

The following entries are in this format:

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

Henley on Thames 1863 Traders  J - Y
Johnson Edward, Angel, Hart street
Jones Edward, seedsman. Hart street
Jones Henry, beer retailer, Grey's lane
Keeley Charles, grocer, West street
Kinch Emma (Mrs), chemist, printer, bookseller, stationer, circulating library, spirit merchant, and tea dealer, Market place
Lambourn Eliza (Mrs) straw bonnet maker, High street
Lambourn John, chairmaker, Friday street
Lambourn Wm. Thomas, grocer. High street
Lone Richard, chairmaker, Northfield end
Langley Hezekiah, beerseller, West street
Lediard Thomas, solicitor, Bell street
Lester Alfred, butcher, Duke street
Lewis Daniel, beer retailer, High street
Lloyd Richard Charles, painter and glazier, New street
London and County Bank (Branch from Reading), open on Thursdays from 12 to 4, Mr Henry Josliu Lemon, manager. Draw on head office, Lombard street, London Long Caroline (Mrs), grocer, Hart street
Lord and Salisbury (Misses), seminary, Bell street
Lovegrove Wm., boot & shoemaker, Market place
Mace Mark, shoemaker, Bath place
Mackay Mary (Miss), boot and shoemaker, Bell street
Macqueen Henry, plumber and painter, Bell street
Mellett Edward, U.b.c.v.s., veterinary surgeon and blacksmith, Hart street & Northfield lane
Mellett Richard, farrier & smith, Northfield end
Mercer Nicholas, solicitor, New street
Miller David, linen draper, Hart street
Mills Henry Francis, painter & glazier, New street
Middleton James, White Lion, Friday street
Mortlock Samuel, governor of workhouse
Moss John, agricultural machine maker and beer retailer, Northfield end
Mott Henry, grocer and baker, Northfield end
Motte George, dairyman, Friday street
Mummery George, currier, High street
Neville Benjamin, baker, West street
Neville William, grocer, Water side
Neville William, baker. Bell street
Newbery George, shopkeeper, Northfield end
Newport Wm. Oliver, shoemaker, Duke street
Niblett Benjamin, shopkeeper, Duke street
Nurse James, Red Cross, Fair mile
Osborne Henry, baker, Hart street
Owen Thos., boot & shoemaker, Northfield end
Owthwaite Robert, builder & furnisher, Market place
Page John, actuary of savings bank, Hart street
Painter Thomas, agent & rent collector, New street
Palmer Benjamin, stationer and china warehouse, Market place
Palmer Charles, watchmaker, Bell street
Palmer Henry, sweep, Duke street
Parsons Stephen, beer retailer, Fair mile
Panlin George, Christian Knowledge depot, Hart street
Paulin Maria (Miss), dressmaker, High street
Peacy William, shoemaker, Bath place
Pearman George, boot and shoemaker, Hart street
Perry Henry W., chemist, Bell street
Pescud Sarah (Mrs), ironmonger and brazier, Bell street
Pickering Miss, mistress of National school
Pither James, shopkeeper. New street
Pitber Jonathan, baker & pork butcher, Bell street
Plumbe Win., linen draper and tailor, Market place
Focock Sarah (Miss), day school & sempstress, Reading road
Potter Richard, Kings Arms, and ropemaker, West street
Powell William, saddler, Hart street
Pratt Charles, boot and shoemaker, Bell street
Pratt William, shoemaker, High street
Prowse Richard, corn & seed merchant, Hart street
Rawlins E. J., master of under grammar school, Hart street
Reeves Thos., cooper & basket maker, Market place
Riggs Thos. B., corn dealer & maltster, Bell street
Robinson Peter, beer retailer, High street
Robinson Thomas Home, corn dealer, Bell street
Rose Thomas, currier, Market place
Rowe Wm, Bull Inn & Posting Souse, Bell street
Rowe William, Broad Gates, Market place
Rowles Joseph Adams, dyer and cleaner, West street
Sanders The Misses, dressmakers, New street
Sandy Charles, upholsterer, Bell street
Sandy Edwin, butcher, Bell street
Sargent Henry, bricklayer, New street

Savage Edwin, upholsterer and green grocer, Bell street
Savings Bank, Hart street; actuary, Mr John Page
Scott John, corn dealer, Bell street
Scott Richard, builder, contractor, horticultural builder, & timber merchant, Bell street
Scott Richard, cabinet maker, upholsterer, paper hanger, house decorator, and carpet warehouse, Bell street
Seymour Thomas, boot & shoe maker, Bell street
Seymour Thomas, Red Cross, New street
Sharp Joseph, pork butcher and grocer, Northfield end
Shaw Mary Ann (Mrs) stonemason, Northfield end
Sheppard Fred., refreshment house keeper, Duke street
Simmons Joseph, beerseller and blacksmith, Reading road
Simmons William, land agent and surveyor, Hart street
Post Office, Market Place. - Henry Stubbs, postmaster. Letters arrive at 7 a.m. and 12 at noon, and are dispatched to London, London through, and to Reading at 12-60
Simonds John and Charles and Co., bankers Market place ; Manager, Jno. Charles Miller, draw on Williams, Deacon & Co.
Smith Thomas, grocer & beer retailer, West street
Sparkes Wm. shopkeeper, Duke street
Spicer William, sweep, Friday street
Spratley Edward, Sun, Northfield end
Stanbrook Samuel, farrier and smith, Duke street
Stevens Joseph, shoemaker, Friday street
Stevens Wm. ironmonger, Bell street
Stoker Joseph, music seller and shoemaker, Bell street
Stoker Wm. corn dealer, Duke street
Stubbs Henry, grocer & postmaster, Market place
Sturgess Robert, veterinary surgeon, Northfield end
Tanner Edmund, Cannon Inn, and brewer, Market place
Taylor John, tailor, Waterside
Taylor Richard, farmer, Reading road
Taylor Richard, farmer, High street
Tagg Charles, ironmonger, Bell street
Thackara James, hairdresser and perfumer, Market place
Theobald Joseph, grocer, Bell street
Thomas Eliza (Mrs), fish and game dealer, Bell street
Thomas Sophia (Mrs), shopkeeper, Grey's lane
Thorn E. H., professor of music, New street
Todd Wm. John & Co., linen drapers, Market place
Toomer Brothers, coal and coke merchants. Railway wharf; agent, Mr Robert Dixon
Townsend Sarah (Miss), dressmaker, High street
Towsey Charles Augustus, wine and beer merchant, Hart street
Tranter Thomas, beerseller, Duke street
Usher Thomas, beer retailer, High street
Waldron Thomas, Blue Bell, and greengrocer, Hart street
Waller David, beer retailer, Grey's hill
Ward Robert, carrier, Northfield end
Watts Thomas Nathaniel, tailor and woollen draper, Bell street
Webb Robert, coal and timber merchant, Henley wharf
Webb Solomon, fruiterer, Duke street
Webb William, beerseller, Hart street
Wells Matthew, toy shop, Bell street
Wenman William, Royal Oak, Bath place
Whatman William, Oxford Arms, Bell street
White William, beerseller and fishmonger, Hart street
Wilder Ann (Mrs) blacksmith, Bell street
Wilder James, Anchor, Friday street
Willett Henry, beerseller, Duke street
Williams Elizabeth (Mrs), Red Lion, family hotel and posting house, Hart street
Williams Henry, Little While Hart, Water side
Woodbridge Mark, saddler, Duke street
Wright William, grocer, Grey's hill
Wyatt William, baker, Grey's lane
Young Edward, surgeon, Bell street
Young Harriett (Mrs), linen draper, Bell street

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