Kelly's Directory 1925-1926 Page 427.
Post Office - William Weeks, sub-postmaster
Public Elementary School (mixed), built in 1860, for 51 children. Mrs Martin, mistress.
Carrier to Colchester P. Henry Underwood to the Plough.
Clowes Francis, Merriethought
Dickson Henry B. Colne cottage
Dunn Rev. Ronald B.A. Rectory
Mears Edward G. Ivy house
Silberrad E. East Mersea hall
Temple Major W. Colne view
Temple Miss, Colne view
Turner Arthur Brooke, Dowsings
Wilson Mrs M.C. The Moorings
Death George, farmer, Home farm
Foakes Walt. seed grower, Dowsings
Hoy Jesse, Dog & Pheasant P.H.
Lord Arthur, farmer, Fenn farm
Marriage, G. & F., farmers, Weir Farm.
Mole Horatio Charles ferryman
Page Howard J. farmer & assistant overseer, Broman's farm
Page, Jus. J.P., farmer, Reusalls hall (150 acres or overr)
Reeve Albert, farm bailiff to Messrs Strutt & Parker, Reeves hall
Roberts George Edgar, farmer
Russell & Waterman, confectioners, Old Rectory
Underwood E. Ann. (Mrs), shopkeeper
Underwood P. Henry, carrier
Waterman Arth. farmer, North farm
Wopling Frances (Mrs), farmer
West Mersea Post, M. O., T. & T. E. D. Office, Richard Page sub-postmaster.
Carriers to Colchester - Alfred Cudmore, Percy Rudlin, stopping at Plough and Woolpack.