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Rotherfield Peppard, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Rotherfield Peppard 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

PEPPARD is a pleasant village, better known by the name of Rotherfield Peppabd, 4 miles S.W. by S. from Henley-on-Thames, and 7 1/2 from Reading. The church is a small plain building, totally devoid of architectural beauty. The living is a rectory, in Henley deanery, estimated value 630 per annum; the Rev. Henry Reynolds, B.D, is rector. The Principal and Fellows of Jesus College, Oxford, are patrons of the living. The population, numbering in 1861, 437, are entirely engaged in agricultural pursuits. The Independents have a chapel here. There is also a small parochial school.

Gentry
Caterer Rev Isaac (Independent)
Hitchcock Richard esq
Palaivet Mrs, Blounts court
Reynolds Rev Hy, BD (rector)


TRADERS.
Allen James, paper manufacturer, New mills
Burgess Joseph, farmer
Burgess Simon, wheelwright
Butler Charles, Donkin Arms
Butler William, bricklayer
Crutchfield Jas., shoemaker and parish clerk
Furnell Elizabeth (Miss), farmer, Ivybarn
Green William, Unicorn
Harvey F. (Mrs), schoolmistress
Heron M. (Mrs), Dog
Lougford Charles, farmer
Reeves Richard, baker
Shurvell Richard, farmer
Talbot William, Old Red Lion
Tuckey T., farmer

Letters through Henley-on-Thames.

Carriers - Burton (from Watlingtnn) and Hayes (from Nettlebed) to Reading, pass through erery sat., returning same day; Bond (from Oxford) passes on mon. and fri., returning same days.


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