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Seaford – Private Residents and Commercial

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

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.
Allpres Edward esq. Sutton place
Bannister William esq. 10 Pelham place, & at Hawkhurst, Kent
Buck Rev. William Henry Meade [vicar], Crouch house
Carnegie Mrs. South street
Chambers James. esq. J.P. West street
Chapman Mr. William, East street
Cook Miss, Broad street
Copper Rev.. James Ransom [Independent], West lane
Crook Thomas, esq. J.P. Telsemaure house
Cullingford William Henry, esq. Steyne
Evans E. esq. Twyn house
Evans J. H. esq. 2 Pelham place
Evans Miss, Malthouse lane
Gorring Mrs. Jessamine Lawn house
Gorring Mr. Thomas James, Steyne
Haine Mrs. High street
Harbord Mr. Benjamin, Church street
Harison Mrs. W. T. Sutton place
Harison Rev. John, B.A. [vicar of Bishopstone], North Sutton house
Holland James, esq. The Crouch
Hubard Mr. Joseph, Church street
Leamon Mrs. South street
Lowdell Mr. Stephen, Church street
Morgan -, esq. Broad street
Osbon Mr. Charles, Church lane
Outteridge Mrs. Broad street
Russell Alexander, esq. Steyne
Scrase Mrs. High street
Simmons Henry, esq. Crouch cottage
Simmons Thos. Joseph, esq. New Steyne
Tuck B. J. esq. Hurdis house, Broad st
Turner James Singer, esq. J.P. Chinton house
Turner Wm. Webb, esq. [Capt. 3rd Sussex Artillery Volunteers], Chinton
Vincent Thomas, esq. 1 Pelham place

COMMERCIAL.
Ade Thomas, miller, Sutton road
Allwork Ann (Miss), seminary, Church street
Allwork Mary (Miss), news vendor & lodging house, Mareesh house, West street
Andrews Jane (Mrs), laundress, Crouch street
Baker William, tailor, High street
Banks Charles, baker, High street
Banks Charles, jun. lodging house, Alma place, High street, & builder, East street
Banks David, bricklayer
Banks David. Rising Sun, High street
Banks Wm. jun. baker & coal dealer, & post office, High st
Banks William, sen. bricklayer, High. street
Beal Alfred, boot & shoe maker, South street
Bennett Mrs. lodging house, Marine villas
Bull William, gentlemen’s academy, West house
Burgess Alfred, New inn commercial hotel, & builder, on the Steyne & South street
Burgess William, harness & shoe maker, Church street
Chambers Eliza (Mrs), lodging house, Broad street
Chambers James, farmer, Pigeon House farm
Chambers Sarah Maria, (Mrs.), fancy repository, High street
Cheal William, fishmonger, South street
Clark George, baker & coal dealer, Church street
Colwell George, carpenter & mail contractor, High street
Combs Harry, butcher, High street
Combs William, Old Tree hotel, High street
Cosstick D. gardener, Place house
Cosstick James, dairyman, Church street
Earl William, carrier to Lewes, Church street
Evans J. H. surgeon, 2 Pelham place
Fears Henry, plumber & painter, South street
Gearing William, watch & clock maker, High street
Gorring Henry John, draper, Terminus road
Green Alfred, warm & cold baths, Beach
Green Ann (Miss), laundress, Parliament row
Green George, fishmonger, Broad street
Green Hannah (Mrs.), lodging house, South street
Harding David, builder
Head Ann (Mrs.), infants’ day school, Church street
Henderson George, basket maker, High street
Hilder Edgar, butcher & fly proprietor, High st. & Crouch st
Howell Mrs. laundress, Church lane
Jasper Thomas, cowkeeper, Dann farm
Jasper William, lodging house, High street
Kent George, shopkeeper & tobacconist, High street
Kent Mrs. dress maker, High street
Lower George, carrier to Lewes, Church street. & coal merchant, Terminus
Lower Harriett (Miss), lodging house, West lane
Lower Mary (Mrs.), The Plough, Church street
Major George, surveyor & builder, 1 Marine terrace
Mason Benjamin, land & house agent, Seaford house
Mason James, lodging house, 2 Pelham place
Morling Charles, builder, Church street & Cinque Port pl.
Newington Henry, fisherman, Church street
Nye George, farmer, Sutton
Ockenden Frances (Mrs.), beer retailer, Pelham Arms yard
Ockenden John, plumber & painter, near the Crouch
Ockenden John, tailor, Church street
Ockenden Mrs. lodging house, Martello cottage
Ockenden Nathaniel Crouch, shopkeeper, Church street
Ockenden Richard, wheelwright & lodging house, & agent to John Purcell Fitzgerald, esq. 3 Marine terrace
Pelham William, farm bailiff to Rev. J. Harison, Sutton
Pitcher Miss, dress maker, East street
Pitcher Mrs. infants’ school, East street
Reeves Edmund, Terminus hotel
Reeves John, farm bailiff, Chinton
Rusbridge Thomas, gardener, West street
Sawyer Jonathan, lodging house, High street
Seaside Convalescent Hospital (T. F. Sanger, esq. visiting medical officer), Millbergh house
Shipwrecked Fishermen’s & Mariners’ Institution (Mr. Walter Towner, sec)
Simmons Edward & James, butchers & house agents, High st
Simmons Jane (Mrs.), lodging house, Steyne
Simmons Thomas, grocer, Church street
Smith Thomas, hair dresser, Church street
Standing William, builder & contractor, Terminus
Stokesbury Jane (Mrs.), bathing machine proprietor & bathar, South street
Templeman G. & W., fishing & pleasure boats
Tisdall Misses, milliners, 2 Marine terrace
Tompsett John, grocer & draper, High street
Towner Richard, grocer, provision dealer & general draper, High street, & at Newhaven
Towner Walter, agent to the Sun Fire, & Life Insurance Office, & lodging house proprietor, High street
Trivett Esther (Miss), lodging house, 4 Marine terrace
‘True Blue’ Benefit Club (George Lower sec.)
Tuck Buckmaster Joseph, surgeon, Hurdis house, Broad st
Turner James Singer, yeoman, Chinton farm
Wood William Washer, butcher & fly proprietor, High street
Woodhams Thos. & Son, brewers, coal mers. & seedsmen, High st
Woolgar George & Richard, blacksmiths, Crouch street
Woolgar George, parish clerk, High street
Woolgar Richard, town crier, High street
Woolgar William, blacksmith, Church street
Woolgar William, jun. farrier, gas fitter &c. Old Steyne
Wynter Mark, chemist & druggist, & photographer, High st