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Midhurst – Private Residents and Commercial

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

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.
Albery Edwin, esq. St. Ann’s hill
Andrew Mrs. Church street
Ayres Rev. John [Baptist]
Cloutt Mrs
Cornwall Rev. Arthur Walton, M.A. Rumbold’s hill
Davey Mrs. North street
Davis Ths. Arnoll, esq. J.P. Heathfield ldg
Dennett Mr. Pruett, West street
Godwin Richard, esq.
Haydon Rev. William, M.A. [incumbent], North street
Hollist Miss, North street
Ingram William Geo. Lloyd, jun. esq.
Johnson Thomas, esq. Edinburgh sq.
Larkin Mrs. North street
Lucas Mr. John, South street
Morley Henry, esq. Church street
Pollard Miss, North street
Robinson John, esq. North street
Sandham Col. George, J.P. Hill top
Sandham Misses
Shotter Mr. Frederick, North street
Simmons Miss, North street
Smith Mr. James, Petersfield road
Tatham Capt. Edward
Turner Mr. William, St. Ann’s hill
Watson Lady Mary
Webber Capt. Wm. Chas. Ashfield ldg
Weekes Nathaniel. esq. J.P. Guillard’s oak
White Mrs. West street
Winter Miss

COMMERCIAL.
Albery Edwin, solicitor, commissioner for affidavits in all the courts, & clerk to the Midhurst union, St. Ann’s hill
Allen Stephen, saddler, Rumbold’s hill
Astridgh Charles, shoe maker
Austin James, stationer, Red Lion street
Austin Thomas, shoe maker, Red Lion street
Austin William, academy, Church street
Ayling Arthur, linen draper, West street
Bailey Henry, shopkeeper, Petersfield road
Baker Brothers, builders
Baker John, carpenter, Wool lane
Baker William, shoe maker, Market place
Baker William, shoe maker, West street
Barber Henry, beer retailer, Market place
Barnard Elizabeth (Mrs.), glove maker, Church street
Billinghurst Jack, baker
Bone Henry, veterinary surgeon, Petersfield road
Braitch Jane (Mrs), fancy repository, Rumbold’s hill
Bridger Mary (Miss), ladies’ school, North street
Bridger William, baker
Chalcraft Charles, tailor, North street
Challen Charles, butcher, West street
Charley George, millwright, Petersfield road
Clare William, plumber & glazier, West street
Court Henry, timber merchant, Rumbold’s hill
Courtney William, tinman, Rumbold’s hill
Dabbs James, carrier, North street
Dagwell Charles, confectioner, North street
Dennett Pruett, farmer, West street
Duck William, baker, North street
Durman Faulkner, farrier, West street
Dyer Henry, shoe maker
Eames & Son (late Monk), wholesale & family grocers, provision merchants, corn dealers, & wine & ale & porter merchants
Ellcome Henry, omnibus proprietor
Etherington Alfred & James, auctioneers & general valuers, builders & cabinet makers, & house & estate agents, Rumbold’s hill
Etherington William, baker, West street
Farley Frank, coal merchant
Faulkner James, omnibus proprietor, Rumbold’s hill
Fish Andrew, butcher, Church street
Gates Samuel, beer retailer, Wool lane
Goodner Ann (Mrs.), printer & stationer, Rumbold’s hill
Gosden Edward, saddler
Gosden William, grocer
Grist Charlotte (Mrs.), shopkeeper, West street
Grist James, stone mason, builder, surveyor & wharfinger
Gumbrill Alfred, gardener, Petersfield road
Habgood Thomas, shoe maker, Church street
Hammond John Boxall, linen draper, North street
Hammond Richard, saddler
Harwood George (Mrs.), basket maker
Hearsay John, baker, West street
Henly Thomas & Son, fellmongers, & at Chichester
Holt Frances Ann (Mrs.), grocer, West street
Holt Thomas, grocer, Market place
Hunt John Atlee, steam thrashing machine owner, North street
Ingram William & Son, surgeons
Johnson Thomas, solicitor, Rumbold’s hill
Joyes William, grocer, North street
King Thomas, brewer, North street
Knight George, cabinet maker, West street
Lambert James, tailor, West street
Langridge John, chemist & druggist, Church street
Lea William, tailor
Lewis William, shopkeeper, Petersfield road
Maginn John, Red Lion
Maides Richard, blacksmith, Church street
Maides Thomas, Swan, Market place
Maides Thomas, jun. news agent, West street
Mechanics’ Institution (E. Albery, secretary; H. Morley, esq. treasurer)
Mercer William, ironmonger
Midhurst Gas Company (John Thorp, secretary)
Miller John, tailor, North street
Moase Sarah (Mrs.), dress maker, North street
Monk James, spirit merchant
Mosely Harriet (Mrs.), ladies’ school
Newman William, coach builder, Wool lane
Nicholls William, cooper
Othen John, plumber, North street
Packham William Hersell, linen draper, North street
Parham John, tailor
Parham William, tailor, Petersfield road
Parker John, Angel hotel, family, commercial & posting house, North street
Parnell John, superintendent of police, Bepton road
Parrish Samuel, linen draper, Market square
Payne William, New inn
Peat William, beer retailer, West street
Pescod Brothers, grocers, North street
Pitman Richard Henry, shoe maker, Church street
Puddock Thomas, beer retailer, Petersfield road
Pullen Eliza (Mrs.), florist, North street
Reed John Sands, Half Moon, Petersfield road
Richards Elizabeth (Mrs.), ironmonger, Church street
Robinson James, inland revenue officer
Robinson John, surgeon, Rumbold’s hill
Roe William, clock maker, West street
Savings Bank (John Thorp, actuary; Samuel Parrish, treasurer), Market place
Shepherd William, grocer, West street
Shorts William, land surveyor, Edinburgh square
Shotter George, cattle dealer, West street
Simmonds James, shoe manufacturer, Market square
Smith Charlotte (Mrs.), tailor, Market square
Stedman Stone, watch maker, Rumbold’s hill
Stoner Alfred, Spread Eagle hotel, South street
Thorp John, academy
Trewin William, hair dresser
Tribe Thomas, blacksmith, North street
Trodd Sarah (Mrs.), dress maker, West street
Varndell Charles, carpenter, Church street
Waller Matthew, beer retailer
Weller Thomas, glass & china dealer
Wheatley Charlotte (Mrs.), day school
Wheeler James, glass & china dealer, West street
Wilson Charles, shoe maker, Market place
Wilson William, baker, Rumbold’s hill
Wolferstan & Son, chemists & druggists, North street
Woods Daniel, pork butcher
Wrapson Mary (Mrs.), watch maker, West street