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Hailsham – Private Residents and Commercial

From Kelly’s Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex, 1867

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.
Aires Mr. John, Hope villa
Best Mr. James
Breton John esq. J.P.
Carter Mr. Henry
Canningham James Mackay, M.D.
Davey Edward, esq. J.P. Peel house
Davis Mr. Joseph
Fletcher Richard Thomas, esq.
Goddard Alfred, esq. Sandbanks
Goddard Mr. David, Cobden place
Gosling Mrs. 6 Bellevue terrace
Harvey Rev. Geo. Gayton, B.A. Vicarage
James Rev. William Richard, B.A. South View villa
Lade Misses
Mynn Miss Louisa, 4 Bellevue terrace
Mynn Misses Sarah & Mary, Polegate
Mynn Mr. William Samuel Parker, 4 Bellevue terrace
Pott Mrs. Carter’s Corner house
Putland Mrs. 5 Bellevue terrace
Sinnock Lieut.- Col. Charles
Sinnock Henry Charles, esq.
Sinnock Miss
Slye Misses
Willard Miss
Wright John J. esq. Ersham

COMMERCIAL.
Aldridge John, farmer, Magham down
Baker Charles, blacksmith & farrier
Baker Isaac, shopkeeper
Barnett Thos. George commercial inn
Bates Charles, shopkeeper
Beeny William, corn, coal, & ale & porter merchant & brick maker
Bodle William, Crown commercial inn, revenue office & corn exchange
Breads Alfred, printer, bookseller, binder & stationer
Breads Clara (Miss), fancy repository
Breton John, farmer
Browne Edward & Co. saddlers & harness makers
Burfield & Son, manufacturers of tarpaulin, rick cloths, corn & coal sacks, rope & twine &c.
Chapman James Thomas, soda water manufacturer
Clark George, beer retailer
Coles John Henry Campion, solicitor (attends on market days from Eastbourne)
Collbran Edward, tailor
Collbran Thomas, watch & clock maker
Connor Reuben, tin plate worker
Crouch James, boot & shoe maker
Crouch Morgan, boot & shoe maker
Cruttenden Leonard, farmer
Cuckney John, farmer
Cunningham James Mackay, physician
Davey Edward, landowner & farmer, Mulbrooks
Dennes Henry, ironmonger, gas fitter, shoeing smith & furniture broker
Dumbrill Daniel, Junction hotel, Polegate
Edmonds Moses, coal merchant
Ellis Henry Alfred, grocer & draper
Evans Elizabeth (Mrs.), day school
Fears Thomas, farmer, Diplock’s farm
Fletcher Richard Thomas, surgeon
Fox Henry, beer retailer & blacksmith, Polegate
Geering & Son, curriers, leather cutters & boot makers
Goad John, farmer, Harebeating
Goddard Alfred, solicitor, & superintendent registrar of Hailsham district
Goldsmith Stephen, farmer
Gosden Daniel, shopkeeper
Gower John, grazier & cattle salesman, Hawkes house
Green & Dunstone Misses, milliners & dress makers, 2 Bellevue terrace
Green Lucy (Mrs.), rope & twine manufacturer
Grinsted – (Mrs.), day school
Hailsham Gas Works (Robert Thomas Martin, secretary)
Harmer Charles, tea dealer
Harmer Phillis (Mrs.), bricklayer
Haryott Charles, carrier
Hastings Thomas, beer retailer
Head Thomas, hair dresser
Henty William Francis, engineer, millwright & agricultural implement maker
Hoad James, fruiterer & carrier
Hollamby Charles, boot & shoe maker & photographer
Hollamby Mary (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker
Hollamby William, carpenter & cooper
Hollebone Thomas, tailor & postmaster
Hollibone Hy. farmer, Harebeating farm
Hollibone Robert, Red Lion, Mugham down
Honeysett William, beer retailer
Hook James, farmer
Hope Stephen, farmer
Huggett David, blacksmith
James George, tailor
Jenner Samuel & Son, hat manufactrs
Jenner Charles, Underwood, chemist & druggist
Kenward John, farmer
Knight William, nurseryman, seedsman & florist
Lade Luke, farmer, Ersham farm
Lewes Old Bank, attend every market day
London & County Joint Stock Bank, attend every market day from Lewes
Martin Ebenezer, draper & clothier
Martin Robert Thomas, land & estate agent, surveyor & valuer
Mechanics’ Institution (Peter Parks, secretary)
Mercer Jhn. miller & baker, Lower mill
Millen Thomas, boot & shoe maker
Mitchell Stephen, linen draper
Overy Robt. brewer, Hailsham brewery
Pelling William, Grenadier
Peters Wm. blacksmith, Magham down
Piper Philip, upholsterer & paper hanger
Pitcher Charles Hyett, Terminus hotel
Pitcher Emily (Mrs.), butcher
Pitcher Josiah, farmer
Pope Charles, beer retailer
Potter Henry, relieving officer & registrar of births, deaths & marriages
Press George, plumber & glazier
Rason Thomas, farmer
Richardson William, farmer
Rowland Thomas, baker
Sanders James, grocer & linen draper
Savage John, railway station master, Polegate
Seymour Joseph, academy
Seymour Samuel, farmer, Summer hill
Shoosmith James, farmer & hop grower, Amberstone
Shoosmith John, farmer, Down Ash farm
Sinnock Charles, boot & shoe maker
Sinnock Henry Charles, solicitor
Smith Trayton, brick & tile maker, Summer hill
Southerden Samuel, auctioneer, appraiser, house & estate agent, & wine & spirit merchant
Stonestreet Benjamin, builder
Strevett Richd. railway station master
Strickland Edmund, corn merchant
Terry Philip, wheelwright
Tester Edward & Stephen, farmers, Marshfoot farm
Thompson Jason, builder
Tutt Eli, basket maker
Vine Richard, butcher
Vine Thos. Horse & Groom, Polegate
Vine William, farmer, Magham down
Waghorn William, superintendent of county police
Walker Mary (Mrs.), farmer
Waters Stephen, farmer
Weller George, farmer, Harebeating
White Daniel, grocer, draper, tailor, hatter & wine & spirit merchant
Woodhams Elizabeth (Mrs.), cowkeeper
Woodhams Thomas, miller, Town mill
Wratten David, cooper