Kelly's Essex Directory 1882

Copies of pages for East and West Mersea, Birch, Inworth, Layer Breton, Layer de la Hay, Layer Marney, Langenhoe, Messing, Peldon, Great and Little Wigborough, Salcott, Tiptree Heath, Tollesbury, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Tolleshunt Knights, Tolleshunt Magna and Virley.
Contains a description of the village and its community, list of local officials and traders.
This and other Kelly's Directories are online at http://www.historicaldirectories.org
June 1882

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 Kelly's 1882 Directory - East Mersea and West Mersea.
 
 <b>East Mersea</b>
 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, <i>Dog and Pheasant</i>
  Prentice Edward, farmer, North farm
  Wood Moses, farmer
  Woodward John, farmer
  <b> West Mersea</b>
  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, <i>Victory</i>, & 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, <i>Fox</i>
  Neville Abraham, boot & shoe maker
  Page James, farmer, Bocking hall
  Pullen Elijah, seed grower
  Pullen George, jun. <i>Rose</i>
  Rudlin William, carrier
  Sach James, carrier
  Smith George Frederick, miller & baker
  Smith James, beer retailer & shopkeeper
  Smith James, boot & shoe maker
  Traveller William Henry, <i>White Hart</i>
  White Wm. & Son, farmers & grocers
  Wyatt Thomas, shipwright
  <b> Coastguard</b> William Larman, Chief Officer
  <b> National School:</b> John Thorpe, Master. Harriet Thorpe, Mistress.
  <b> Wesleyan School:</b> Miss Agnes Rees, Mistress.  KEL_1882_001KEL_1882_001
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.
1882
 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, <i>Red Lion</i>
 Hughes Robert, boot & shoe maker
 Pertwee Thomas Barnard, landowner & farmer, Langenhoe lodge
 Wright James Alfred, landowner & farmer, Crouch house  KEL_1882_002KEL_1882_002
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
1882
 Kelly's 1882 Directory - Peldon or Peltington.
 The principal landowners are Mrs Burgess, James Leigh Aspinwall, G.W. Gibson and John Pratt esqs. 
 Parish Clerk, William Pooley
 Post Office - Mrs Sarah Cooper, receiver.
 National School, built 1836 and enlarged in 1881 for 100 children. Miss Temperance Vince, mistress.
 Carrier to Colchester - Geo. Christmas, to the 'Plough'.
 Hall Rev. Carter M.A. Rectory
 Commercial
 Bawtree Francis, farmer, The Cottage
 Bean Alexander, farmer, Peldon hall
 Cocks Daniel, farmer
 Eagle Henry John, farmer, Peet hall
 Fairhead Wm., farmer, Brick House farm
 Harvey Elijah, beer retailer & farmer
 Holland Golden, farmer, Haxell's farm
 Neville Thomas, farmer, Rolls farm
 Nice Edward, <i>Plough</i>
 Osborne John, farmer
 Pasfield John, grocer
 Pullen George, <i>Rose</i>
 Simpson Charles, poulterer
 Theobald James, baker
 Went William, miller
 White William & Son, grocers
 Wilsmer George, farm bailiff for Mrs Burgess, Peldon lodge  KEL_1882_003KEL_1882_003
Kelly's 1882 Directory - Peldon or Peltington.
The principal landowners are Mrs Burgess, James Leigh Aspinwall, G.W. Gibson and John Pratt esqs.
Parish Clerk, William Pooley
Post Office - Mrs Sarah Cooper, receiver.
National School, built 1836 and enlarged in 1881 for 100 children. Miss Temperance Vince, mistress.
Carrier to Colchester - Geo. Christmas, to the 'Plough'.
Hall Rev. Carter M.A. Rectory
Commercial
Bawtree Francis, farmer, The Cottage
Bean Alexander, farmer, Peldon hall
Cocks Daniel, farmer
Eagle Henry John, farmer, Peet hall
Fairhead Wm., farmer, Brick House farm
Harvey Elijah, beer retailer & farmer
Holland Golden, farmer, Haxell's farm
Neville Thomas, farmer, Rolls farm
Nice Edward, Plough
Osborne John, farmer
Pasfield John, grocer
Pullen George, Rose
Simpson Charles, poulterer
Theobald James, baker
Went William, miller
White William & Son, grocers
Wilsmer George, farm bailiff for Mrs Burgess, Peldon lodge
1882
 Kelly's 1882 Directory --- Tollesbury.
 Carriers to Colchester Ucal Weavers, George Anthony
 Carriers to Maldon William Harvey
 Carriers to Kelvedon George Anthony  KEL_1882_007KEL_1882_007
Kelly's 1882 Directory --- Tollesbury.
Carriers to Colchester Ucal Weavers, George Anthony
Carriers to Maldon William Harvey
Carriers to Kelvedon George Anthony
1882
 Kelly's 1882 Directory - Great and Little Wigborough. Page 331.
 Great Wigborough.
 Sir William Charles Neville Abdy, bart., is lord of Barn Hall. The principal landowners are Mr Charles Hutley and Mr Charles Harvey.
 Parish Clerk James Cadman.
 National School built 1854 for 60 children, Miss Julia Foddy, Mistress.
 Watson Rev. Frederick M.A. Rectory
 Commercial
 Abbott William, farmer
 Alen Samuel, farmer
 Balls John, beer retailer
 Bonner Matthew, farmer
 Cause Maris Shuttleworth (Mrs), <i>King's Head,</i> & harness maker
 Clark Thomas, shopkeeper
 Cook John, wheelwright
 Fairweather Samuel, farm bailiff to Rev. John Papillon, of Lexden, Seabrough & Moulsham farms
 Harvey Chas., farmer, landowner & corn merchant
 Hyam Samuel, hawker
 Hutley Charles, farmer & landowner, Abbots hall
 Pilgrim Thomas, farm bailiff to Mr. Richard Keeble
 Wilton John, farmer.
  Little Wigborough
 The manor and land chiefly belong to the Governors of Charterhouse, London.
 Sexton, John Wright.
 National School built 1875 for about 50 children. Miss Ada Whatham, mistress.
 Carter Challis, farmer, Copt Hall
 Cock John Reuben, farmer
 Wright John, farmer  KEL_1882_010KEL_1882_010
Kelly's 1882 Directory - Great and Little Wigborough. Page 331.
Great Wigborough.
Sir William Charles Neville Abdy, bart., is lord of Barn Hall. The principal landowners are Mr Charles Hutley and Mr Charles Harvey.
Parish Clerk James Cadman.
National School built 1854 for 60 children, Miss Julia Foddy, Mistress.
Watson Rev. Frederick M.A. Rectory
Commercial
Abbott William, farmer
Alen Samuel, farmer
Balls John, beer retailer
Bonner Matthew, farmer
Cause Maris Shuttleworth (Mrs), King's Head, & harness maker
Clark Thomas, shopkeeper
Cook John, wheelwright
Fairweather Samuel, farm bailiff to Rev. John Papillon, of Lexden, Seabrough & Moulsham farms
Harvey Chas., farmer, landowner & corn merchant
Hyam Samuel, hawker
Hutley Charles, farmer & landowner, Abbots hall
Pilgrim Thomas, farm bailiff to Mr. Richard Keeble
Wilton John, farmer.

Little Wigborough
The manor and land chiefly belong to the Governors of Charterhouse, London.
Sexton, John Wright.
National School built 1875 for about 50 children. Miss Ada Whatham, mistress.
Carter Challis, farmer, Copt Hall
Cock John Reuben, farmer
Wright John, farmer
1882
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