West Chiltington

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

WEST CHILTINGTON is a parish, the Western division, of the county, West Easwrith hundred, rape of Arundel, Thakeham union, Petworth county court district, diocese and archdeaconry of Chichester, 52 miles south-south-west from London, one mile south from Pulborough railway station, 9 miles east from Petworth, and 9 south-west from Horsham. Date of register, 1558. The living is a rectory, value £550 per annum, with residence, in the gift of the Earl of Abergavenny, and held by the Rev. Robert Jermyn Cooper, M.A., of Christ Church, Oxford. Here is a Free school, endowed in 1635 by William Smith, of Angmering. The area of the parish is 3,917 acres, and the population in 1861 was 668.
GAY STREET, CONEYHURST and BROADFORD BRIDGE, are hamlets of this parish.

Parish Clerk, Job Edwards.

Letters received through Hurstpierpoint, dispatched at 4.20 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Storrington

INSURANCE AGENT.- Liverpool & London & Globe, James Moase
National School, William Blackman, master; Miss Sarah Robinson, mistress

Cooper Rev. Robert Jermyn , M.A.

Burchell Thomas, farmer
Chatfield John Maurice, farmer, Goble’s farm
Comper Charles, farmer
Comper William, farmer
Cooper Charles, grocer
Duke Thomas, farmer, Horelands
Duke Walter, wheelwright
Edwards John, shoe maker
Evershed William, grocer
Golds Edwin, farmer, Old house
Greenfield Michael, farmer
Greenfield Eleanor (Mrs.), farmer, Wood’s hill
Hansford Charles, beer retailer & farmer
Hard Elizabeth (Mrs.), farmer
Herrington James, shoe maker
Humphry John, bricklayer
Keatley William Reeves, maltster
Laker Allen, farmer
Langley Peter, beer retailer
Lefford Frances(Miss), farmer & maltster
Moase James, auctioneer & farmer
Moase John, farmer, Gatewick farm
Moase William, jun. farmer, Style house
Moase Wm. sen. farmer, Hatches farm
Norris Mary (Mrs.), farmer
Penfold Barton, farmer
Penfold Barton, jun. farmer & dealer
Pollard William, blacksmith
Scott Samuel, farmer, Coneyhurst
Shaw William, farmer
Slater Charles, farmer, Gay street
Taylor Henry, Queen’s Head, & harness maker
Towse Hezekiah, farmer Willets
Towse John, farmer
White John, shopkeeper
Whittington William, farmer
Willmer Harriet (Mrs.), miller