Kelly's 1882 Directory - East Mersea and West Mersea.



East Mersea

National School (mixed), built in 1860, for 80 children with average attendance of 40.

Goddard Rev. Wm. Hy. M.A. Rectory

Mustard John, Reeves Hall
 
Cockrell William Worledge, Farmer, East Mersea Hall farm
 
Cant Samuel, farmer, Ivy house
 
Death George, carrier
 
Gunn John, farmer
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Kelly's 1882 Directory - East Mersea and West Mersea.

East Mersea
National School (mixed), built in 1860, for 80 children with average attendance of 40.
Goddard Rev. Wm. Hy. M.A. Rectory
Mustard John, Reeves Hall
Cockrell William Worledge, Farmer, East Mersea Hall farm
Cant Samuel, farmer, Ivy house
Death George, carrier
Gunn John, farmer
Mead Samuel, Dog and Pheasant
Prentice Edward, farmer, North farm
Wood Moses, farmer
Woodward John, farmer
West Mersea
Bilton Afred
Gatrill Rev. James Matcham [ curate ]
Green Hugh, Strood
Musselwhite Rev. Thomas Ralph M.A. [ vicar, surrogate & rural dean ]
Shaw William, Rose Bank cottage
COMMERCIAL
Ames James Stuck, baker & farmer
Bacon John, farmer
Boley Thomas, farmer, Haycock's farm
Brand George, Victory, & oyster merchant, Barrow Hill farm
Cock Charles, farmer & landowner, Lackesley hall
Cock Daniel, farmer, Brick house
Cock John Reuben, farmer, Weathercock farm
Cook Elijah Longstaff, oyster merchant
Cudmore George, carrier
Eagle Hy. Jn. coal mer. Strood Wharf
Green Hugh, surgeon, Strood
Hempstead James, grocer & oyster merchant
Howard Adarm, oyster merchant
Ladbrook Emma ( Miss ), grocer
Ladbrook John Carter, bricklayer
Mason Geo. farmer, Bower Hall farm
May Henry John, oyster merchant
Munson Joseph, blacksmith
Munson Robert, wheelwright
Munson William, Fox
Neville Abraham, boot & shoe maker
Page James, farmer, Bocking hall
Pullen Elijah, seed grower
Pullen George, jun. Rose
Rudlin William, carrier
Sach James, carrier
Smith George Frederick, miller & baker
Smith James, beer retailer & shopkeeper
Smith James, boot & shoe maker
Traveller William Henry, White Hart
White Wm. & Son, farmers & grocers
Wyatt Thomas, shipwright
Coastguard William Larman, Chief Officer
National School: John Thorpe, Master. Harriet Thorpe, Mistress.
Wesleyan School: Miss Agnes Rees, Mistress.
Date: 1882      


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