Kelly's Directory 1917 Page 404.
Public Elementary School (mixed) built in 1860, for 51 children; & endowed with £6 2s. 8d. yearly, the interest upon £200 in Consols, left in 1802 [sic] by the Rev. John Tickle [sic], of Wargrave, Berks, in trust to the rector & churchwardens of this parish; Miss Annie M. Fairey, mistress.
Carrier to Colchester Robert P. Underwood to the Plough
Cotton Percy P
Dunn Rev. Ronald B.A. Rectory
Mears Edward G. Ivy house
Mears Walter Dixon, Dowsings
Death Mary E. (Mrs), farmer, Home farm
Foaks Walt. seed grower, Dowsings
Hawkins Edwin, farmer, East hall
Hoy Jesse,Dog & Pheasant P.H.
Lord Osborn, Farmer, Fenn Farm
Mersea Island Golf Club (Percy Moodie, hon. sec)
Page James, farmer, Reusalls hall
Reeve Albert, farm bailiff to Messrs. Strutt & Parker, Reeves hall
Roberts Percy, farmer
Trim William, farmer
Underwood Robert P. carrier
Woods Fred, farmer, Broman's farm
Woods Robert, farmer, North farm
Wopling Fances (Mrs), farmer
Public Elementary School (mixed) for 219 children; Henry L. Green, master.
Public Elementary School (infants), for 120 children, Mrs F. Mayhew, mistress.
West Mersea Post, M. O., T. & Telephonic Express Delivery Office, Ashton Turner, sub Postmaster.
Carriers to Colchester - Alfred Cudmore, Percy Rudlin, to the Plough.
Berry's Motor Omnibus
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