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CHARDSTOCK IN HUNT'S 1851 DIRECTORY

 

Chardstock is a village about 4 miles S S W from Chard and 5 N from Axminster. The church is dedicated to St Andrew, the living of which is a vicarage. A new church, dedicated to  All Saints, has also recently been erected.

The parish, with the hamlets of Alson and Crowley, comprises some 5500 acres and had, in 1841, a population of 1405.

POST OFFICE: At John Woodmelish's premises. Letters arrive at 10 am and are despatched at 3 pm.

 

The George Inn, Chardstock

The George Inn, Chardstock

© Richard J. Brine

 

PRIVATE RESIDENTS
Captain Baily RN
Rev. James Bryan, Alson
Mr George Daw, Coxdon
Thomas Deane Esq
Mrs Fanshawe, Battleford Hall
Mrs Highmore
James Alexander Knight, Coxdon
William Loveridge Esq.
John Stevens Esq. Alson
Mr James Vicary
Rev. T. A. Waldron
Rev. Charles Woodcock BA (Vicar)
COMMERCIAL
William Baston, farmer
Adam Bently, farmer
William and Abraham Bently, Wootton Farm
William Bond, farmer, Crowley
John Bonfield, ironfounder, Crowley
Robert Bonfield, Registrar of births and deaths
Robert Bonfield yeoman
John Bowyer blacksmith
George and John Bradley, farmers. Axe Farm
Robert Bright, farmer, Bealy Farm
James Chard, miller. Hooke
George Chapple, dairyman, Whitehouse
Henry Coles, farmer, Hares Farm
George Coombes, dairyman
Thomas and William Culverwell, farmers, Whitehouse
George Dawe jun, miller, Coxdon Mills
John Deane farmer, Ridge
Joseph Deane, farmer
Richard Deane, farmer, Alson
Robert Deane, boot and shoemaker
Robert Deem, grocery dealer & Parish Clerk
Charles Denning, farmer
Henry Diment, thatcher
James Drayton, farmer
John Ellett. blacksmith, Alson
William Ellett, farmer * butcher, Alson
Jowel Evazns, farmer, Lodge
Abraham Follett, victualler, Titherleigh Inn
Thomas Forsey butcher
William French, grocer and draper
Charles Genge, farmer, Church Hill
Giles Gregory, carpenter
John Griffin, farmer, Wag's Platt
Uriah Griffin, farmer
Eliza Hallett, milliner and dressmaker
William Heygate & Charles Chouler, draining pipe manufacturers
John Hobbs, beer retailer, Alson
John Hobbs, farmer, Alson
Thomas Hobway, miller and baker
John and Thomas Hunt, lime burners
Jonathan Kibby, tailor
James Honeban, farmer, Alson
Henry Lane, farmer, Sandford
Abraham & Jacob Larkham, nurserymen, Bealy Down
Simeon, miller & farmer
William & John Marks, farmers, Bowditch
Elias Miller, confectioner
William Miller, farmer
George Morey, seedsman
Jonathan Notley, dairyman, Lower Farway
John Paris, farmer, Fordwater
Joseph Paris, cooper
Samuel Pearce, bricklayer
William Pearce, carpenter
James Perring, farmer, Hakes
Thomas Pinney, farmer
John Poole, farmer, Hooke
Robert Poole, butcher
Charles Pratt, butcher
Thomas Pryor, farmer, Colston
William Reece, farmer
Thomas Roberts, farmer, Tytherleigh
James Rockett, farmer
Eli Trott, stonemason, Alson
Eli and Luke Tucker, builders and stone masons
John Turner, farmer
James Vicker, farmer, Alson
John Virgin, tailor
Joseph and George Waldron, farmers
John Wale, farmer, Court Farm
William Wale, jun, farmer, Crowley
William Webb, farmer, Higher Farway
Elias White grocery dealer
John Welsh, boot and shoe maker
Lawrence Wills, farmer, Alson
William Wiscombe, farmer and victualler, the George Inn

 

 

 
 
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