Item BCA - 2018.1454 - Kelly's 1895 directory

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BCA - 2018.1454


Kelly's 1895 directory


  • 1895 (Creation)

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pdf of 5 pages

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POST, M.O. & T.O., S. B., Express Delivery & Annuity & Insurance Office.
Thomas Wells Pembrey, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Faringdon
at 5.30 am & 3.30 pm; dispatched at 9.10 am & 8.30 pm (box closes at
7.50 pm); dispatched on Sundays at 8.30 pm. Money orders granted
From 9 am till 8 pm.

Cemetery, John Tanner, sexton
Fire Engine
Lighting Committee, W.A. Rigden, secretary
Police Station, Thomas Skitmoor, constable-in-charge & one man
Stamp Office, Thomas Wells Pembrey, distributor
Thames Valley Drainage Board (No 3 Bampton district) George James Haines,
Clerk to the board

Assistant Overseer, James Butler
Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator, Bampton District, Witney Union
James Pimlott Oates, Oathurst
Town Crier, Robert Cox

The Grammar School was founded in 1635 by Robert Veysey esq of Chimney;
the school is endowed with about 8 acres of land and a sum of £400
Stock, given in 1784, which produce about £20 yearly & £12 11s 4d from
the Charity Commissioners; there is an attached house for the master;
Edmund Robert Farbrother, master
National (mixed & infants), erected in 1871, on a site given by the Right Ho.
Charles John Chetwynd, 18th Earl of Shrewsbury, for 250 children, &
endowed with about £35 yearly from charities left by S. Frederick, Mary
Dewe, Loder & others; average attendance 174; William Vickery
Williams, master; Mrs, Williams, infants’ mistress
Railway Station, Harry Gunn, station master
Payne & Son’s omnibus meets all trains

Oxford – Bryant, to New Inn, Wednesday & Saturday; Eggleton, Wednesday &
Witney – Bryant, Thursday

Baker Mrs
Blackburne Rear-Admiral Francis Richard, Weald Manor
Campbell Neile Malcolm, Felix Cottage
Carter Theophilus
Clare Mrs Alma House
Cook Mrs Wm. Hartland Villa
Davie Rev. George Jn MA Bungalow
Dutson Rev. George Edward (Wesleyan)
Dutton Miss, Evergreen Cottage
Early Mrs South Side
Edmonds Mrs Broad Street
Farbrother Edmund Rt Grammar School
Fox Mrs William
Gerring Mrs WA Sandfords
Herbert Miss, Sherborne Terrace
Hitchcock W Lane, Low Croft
Hodgson Mrs Broad Street
Humphries Charles James
Hunt Rev. Edward George M.A. (vicar & surrogate) Vicarage
Jackson Rev. Joseph B.A. (vicar of Bampton Lew) Holy Trinity Vicarage
Jennings Mrs
Leforestier Mrs
Lindup Walter G The Grange
Martin Mrs Fernlea
Oakey Mrs The Poplars
Oates James Pimlott, Oathurst
Pembrey Misses, The Elms
Prall J Henniker, Lime Tree House
Rigden William Attwood
Robins Rev. Joseph B., B.A. Market Place
Rose Miss, Fishers Bridge
Southby Miss
Southby Phillip J.P.
Staples Browne Frederick John J.P.
Taunt Frederick W Waterloo House
Vickers Mrs Manor Cottage
Warren Miss, Broad Street
Watkins Mrs
Watson Ivan Musgrave, The Manor House
Williams Lieut. Frederick R.N. The Deanery

Allen James, beer retailer
Andrews Selina (Mrs) dressmaker, Rose Cottage
Baker John, jobbing gardener, Sandford House
Beard James, printer & stationer Market Place
Benfield Henry, boot maker
Brooks Alfred hair dresser and toy dealer
Bryant Alfred Joseph day school & news agent
Bryant Henry Batten, carrier
Busby Edgar, cowkeeper, Sandfords
Butler Richard, coal dealer
Butler Henry, boot maker
Butler James, assistant overseer
Carter Joseph (the exors.) farmers, Weald
Carter Lucy (Miss) laundress Church Street
Castle Frances M farmer, Weald Farm
Cemetery (John Tanner, sexton)
Charities Trustees (William Attwood Rigden, clerk)
Clack Emma (Mrs) New Inn
Clare Cornelius (Mrs) butcher
Collett Oliver, watch maker
Collett Sarah (Mrs) fancy repository
Collins Joseph, cowkeeper
Cowley Robert plumber & glazier
Cox Robert, town crier
Cripps George William, blacksmith
Daniels William Alfred, beer retailer
Day Fras. Edward Elephant & Castle P.H.
Dutton George William, family grocer, Italian warehouseman, chemist & oil
Merchant (established by Richard Dutton 1751) & agent for
W & A Gilbey Lim. Wine & spirit merchants & agent for the
Metropolitan (England & Wales) Bank Limitied
Edgington Amelia (Miss) [should be Edginton] dress maker
Edmonds Fanny Maria (Mrs) dress maker
Eeles James, grocer & ironmonger
Eggleton Charles, carrier
Farbrother Edmund Robert, master of Grammar School
Fox Edward, carpenter
Francombe William, fish dealer
French Eliza (Miss) laundress, Prospect Place
French Robert, beer retailer
Gardner Henry Thomas, tea dealer
Gerring George Edward farmer Broad Street
Gibbard Daniel, blacksmith
Gillett & Co. bankers (sub-branch) open Friday 11 to 2p (F.M. Green, manager)
draw on Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co London EC
Gillett Charles farmer Lower Haddon farm
Grammar School (Edmund Robert Farbrother, master)
Green & Son, builders, Church Street
Great Western Railway Parcels Receiving Office (Payne & Sons, agents)
Greenwood Thomas, George & Dragon P.H.
Haynes Henry farmer Mount Owen farm
Hemming John farmer Weald
Hill Thomas, tailor
Hobbs Charles farmer Deanery farm
Jackson James, monumental mason
King Elizabeth (Mrs) shopkeeper
Lait James Bailey, veterinary surgeon
Lane Mary (Mrs) Wheat Sheaf P.H.
Lawrence Fanny (Miss) seeds dealer
Lending Library (Miss M Launchbury, librarian)
Lighting Committee (W.A. Rigden, secretary)
Loveridge Matthew, tinman, Weald
Meal James, shoe maker, Broad Street
Metropolitan (of England & Wales) Bank Limited (agency) (G.W. Dutton,
agent) hours 10 to 5 daily, draw on head office 60 Gracechurch Street
London EC
Oakey Joshua, saddler & farmer
Oates James Pimlott M.R.C.S/ England surgeon, & medical officer & public
Vaccinator, Bampton district Witney union, Oathurst
Payne & Sons carriers (Joseph Lardner, manager)
Pembrey Sarah & Rebecca (Misses) ladies’ boarding school, The Elms
Pembrey Thomas Wells, linen draper & carpet warehouse, & distributor of
stamps, Post Office
Pinnock James, beer retailer
Plaster James, baker
Plaster Joseph, cabinet maker
Prall John Henniker L.R.C.P. London, M.R.C.S. England physician & surgeon
Lime Tree House
Reading Room (William V Williams) hon. sec.
Rigden William Attwood, solicitor & clerk to the Brize Norton School Board &
to the Bampton Charities trustees
Rose Richard Thomas farmer Knapps farm
Rose Thomas Johnson (the exors.) farmers & threshing machine proprietors
Sheppard Amelia (Mrs) shopkeeper
Spurrett Teresa (Mrs) shopkeeper
Stephens Frederick, grocer baker & beer retailer
Stone Annie (Mrs) Malt Shovel P.H.
Stone John, builder & tobacconist
Stone Martha (Mrs), fancy repository
Swinford Henry, wood dealer
Tanner Benjamin, thatcher, Church Street
Tanner John, haulier, Fishers Bridge
Taunt Frederick William organist & teacher of music, Waterloo House
Taylor Henry, butcher & farmer
Thames Valley Drainage Board (No 3 Bampton district) (George James Haines,
Clerk to the board)
Thomas Sarah (Mrs) seamstress
Townsend G beer retailer
Townsend Matilda (Miss) dressmaker
Turner John Holliday, baker
Wallis George, road surveyor, Callis farm
Wallis John William, corn dealer
Warman Charles, watch maker
Wenman Embury, baker
West Richard, farm bailiff to James Hissey esq Weald
White John, farmer Ham Court farm
Williams Cambria, plumber
Winslett Charles Talbot hotel & posting house
Wirdnam Wiliam, saddler
Woodley James & Son, chimney sweepers

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