Kelly's 1882 Directory - Langenhoe

Lord Carlingford, who is lord of the manor, T.B. Pertwee esq. and Jas. Alfred Wright are the principal landowners.

Pewett Island, in the creek between Mersea Island and the mainland, contains some 40 or 50 acres of marsh and belongs to Lord Carlingford.

National School built 1878 for about 50 children, mistress Mrs Susan Perry

Parish Clerk, ...
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Kelly's 1882 Directory - Langenhoe
Lord Carlingford, who is lord of the manor, T.B. Pertwee esq. and Jas. Alfred Wright are the principal landowners.
Pewett Island, in the creek between Mersea Island and the mainland, contains some 40 or 50 acres of marsh and belongs to Lord Carlingford.
National School built 1878 for about 50 children, mistress Mrs Susan Perry
Parish Clerk, John Greenleaf
Parinson Rev. William M.A. Rectory
Brand Robert, coal dealer
Goody Arthur Joseph, Red Lion
Hughes Robert, boot & shoe maker
Pertwee Thomas Barnard, landowner & farmer, Langenhoe lodge
Wright James Alfred, landowner & farmer, Crouch house
Date: 1882      


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