Kelly's Directory 1867

From Historical Hastings


[Hastings] is a large borough, market town, bathing-place, and railway station on the seacoast, near the eastern extremity of Sussex, and is the chief town of the rape which takes its name: it is in the diocese of Chichester, archdeaconry of Lewes, and deanery of Hastings, situated in 50° 34′ N. lat., and 0° 37′ E. long; distant from London about 63 miles by Road and 74 by railway, through Lewes or Tunbridge Wells; but by a railway now in progress, connecting London with Tunbridge in a direct line through Sevenoaks, it will be only 62 miles from London. It has a separate court of quarter sessions, is the chief of the Cinque ports, and constitutes, with the following 13 parishes, the Hastings Poor Law Union, viz.:- All Saints, Fairlight, Guestling, Holy Trinity (or Priory), Ore, Pett, St. Andrew, St. Clement, St. Leonard, St. Mary Bulverhithe, St. Mary-in-the-Castle, St. Mary Magdalen, and St. Michael-on-the-Rock. The Union House is in the adjoining parish of Ore, and will contain about 200 inmates.

Hastings returns two members to Parliament, and is a polling place for East Sussex: it consists of the towns of Hastings and St. Leonard’s-on-Sea, and comprises a frontage towards the sea of 2 miles, exclusive of the liberty of Bexhill, and about a mile and a half in depth at the widest part, and an area of about 2,650 acres.

	  	Pop. 1861.
All Saints 398 3,486
St. Clement 140 4,073
St. Mary-in-the-Castle 243 4,809
Holy Trinity (or Priory) 196 1,683
St. Andrew 19 84
St. Mary Magdalen 395 7,106
St. Leonard 300 1,693
Part of Bexhill (or Sluice) 750
Part of Ore 60
St. Michael-on-the-Rock 5 441
St. Mary Bulverhithe 185 68

The old town of Hastings is situated in a valley between two high hills, and the new part runs along the sea-shore, at the base of a range of steep hills, which protect it in a considerable degree from the north and north-east winds: during the winter as well as in the summer, it is a place of great resort for invalids, and is much frequented by visitors for sea bathing and the beauty of its scenery. The fishery is large and increasing; it occupies 150 boats, averaging about 12 tons each, but varying from 5 to 30 tons each. The town is governed by a mayor, six aldermen, and eighteen councillors. Petty and special sessions for the Hastings district of the county are held here, and a county court; the district comprises the following places:- Ashburnham, Battle, Bexhill, Brightling, Bulverhithe, Catsfield, Crowhurst, Dallington, Ewhurst, Fairlight, Guestling, Hastings, Hollington, Hove, Hurst Green (part of), Hurstmonceux, Mountfield, Ninfield, Ore, Pevensey, Penhurst, Pett, Robertsbridge, Salehurst, Sedlescomb, St. Leonard’s-on-sea, Wartling, Westfield, and Whatlington. There is a small market in George-Street for provisions open every day, and a corn market, held every Saturday, over it; the fairs are on Whit-Tuesday, the 26th July, and the 23rd November. The old town of Hastings, which lies in the valley, has a population of about 8,000 persons, and contains the houses of many of the principal resident families: it was the chief seat of trade, which is now, however, more dispersed over the town. Towards the westward the houses are principally built for visitors, with more regularity; and still further westward, leading to St. Leonard’s, large and handsome rows of houses have been built. Another large series of improvements has been carried out on the Crown lands facing the sea, in the Holy Trinity parish, where a great number of elegant houses have been built, and an hotel, with 200 rooms, has been built and called ‘The Queen’s Hotel.’ Hastings has six churches. The living of All Saints is a rectory, annual value £250, without residence, in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. George Alfred Foyster, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. St. Clement’s is a rectory, annual value £250, including residence, in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. Henry Brereton Foyster, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. St. Clements’ and All Saints’ were united in 1770, but are now separate. St. Mary-in-the-Castle is a perpetual curacy, in the gift of the Earl of Chichester, and held by the Rev. Thomas Vores, M.A., of Wadham College, OxfoRd. St. Clement’s, Halton, is a perpetual curacy, annual value £100, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Chichester, and held by the Rev. John Parkin, M.A.. of Queen’s College, Cambridge. The Holy Trinity church, which is built upon the site of an ancient monastery of the Black Monks of St. Augustine, consists at present of nave, chancel, and south aisle, to which a tower 120 feet high, will be added as soon as the necessary funds can be raised; the style is Gothic, with open timber roof: the Rev. Thomas Francis Crosse, D.C.L., of Exeter College, Oxford, is the incumbent. The fishermen’s church is under the East Cliff. There are chapels for Wesleyans, Independents, Baptists, and other Dissenters, and a Roman Catholic establishment at All Souls, founded in 1834. The Castle at Hastings was built in the reign of William the Norman, and occupies the site of a more ancient fortress; it is in ruins, and covers an area of about an acre and a half of land: the view from its walls is very interesting, and commands the old and new parts of Hastings: the grounds are open to the public on payment of a small fee. There was formerly a priory, of which scarcely any remains now exist; they are covered by the farm buildings of the Priory farm. The Town Hall contains a shield brought from Quebec by General Murray; also a list of the bailiffs and mayors of Hastings from A.D. l5OO. The Gaol is in the middle of the town, and will hold about fifteen prisoners. Hastings is supplied with water by the Local Board of Health; the principal part of the supply is now derived from reservoirs about a mile westward from the town, and from a well near the Priory meadows. Gas is supplied by a private company: the gas works are in the Priory meadows. It has National, Proprietary, and Endowed schools; also a Literary Institution in George-Street, a Mechanics’ Institution in the parish of the Holy Trinity, and another at St. Leonards, and abounds with clothing, lying-in, and other charitable institutions. The Borough Police, which comprises a superintendent (Mr. William Glenister), six sergeants, and twenty men, is under the management of the Council, which also forms the Board of Health. The police station is at the Town Hall. A Volunteer Fire Brigade was established here in June, 1861, and comprises a superintendent, with a staff of 44 men, which includes a surgeon: they are divided into three sections, each having charge of one engine, the principal station being at the Town Hall, High Street: Mr. William Glenistor is the superintendent. The hotels in Hastings are the Queen’s, Albion, Castle, Marine, Royal Swan, Royal Oak and Havelock; and the principal inns, the Anchor, York, Cutter, Pelham Arms, and King’s Head. The Hastings and St. Leonard’s Music Hall is a handsome and spacious building, lately erected in the parish of the Holy Trinity. A little to the east of the Holy Trinity church stands a highly decorated drinking fountain, executed in Portland stone, in a style to correspond with the church: beneath a groined canopy, supported by four marble columns, is a group of the Saviour and the Woman of Samaria, outside of which, at the corners, are figures of the Four Evangelists; above the group rise richly carved crocketed finials; the whole stands on a high and massive square base, affording room for three jets and basins, and the inscriptions, one of which reads thus: “To Sarah, Countess Waldegrave, in grateful commemoration of the constant support by her afforded to the religious and benevolent institutions of the borough and neighbourhood.” At the junction of several of the leading Streets, and near the Queen’s Hotel and the London and County Bank, stands the Albert Memorial, consisting of a handsome Gothic clock tower, raised by public subscription, at a cost of about £600: an excellent illuminated clock, striking the hours and quarters, has been placed in the tower by the Local Board, at a cost of upwards of £200: the tower is 65 feet in height; one of the four sides of the basement is furnished with a drinking fountain, and there are ornamental lamps at each angle. E. A. Heller, Esq., of Liverpool, was the architect. The town and neighbourhood offer many objects of interest to the antiquary and pedestrian: the former can trace the old walls, which once protected the town on the seaside, and examine the castle, the churches, the Roman remains on the East-hill, and the old houses in the town, in one of which, in All Saints’-Street, Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell is said to have been born; whilst the latter will delight in the view from Fairlight, which rises to a height of 600 feet above the sea, and from which the coast of France and the Dover cliffs are distinctly seen on a fine day; the Dripping Well, the Lovers’ Seat, and the Govers on the east side of the town; and on the western side, Hollington church, the Old Roar (a waterfall in a wood), and the green lanes of the neighbourhood. The borough of Hastings, including St. Leonard’s-on-Sea, contained in 1851 a population of 17,011, and 23,441 in 1861, and now probably contains at least 30,000.



(Hastings). Postmaster-Charles Donald Style, esq., 2 Wellington pl.

Time of closing Box. For what mail closed.

  • 8.30 a.m. London, Brighton & Lewes day mail
  • 11.35 a.m. London & through only
  • 3.25 a.m. Ashford & East Kent mail

9.45 a.m. London night mail & cross post

  • These mails do not go out on Sundays.

The office is open from 7.30 a.m. to 9.45 p.m. on week days & on Sundays from 7.30 to 10 a.m. only.

Receiving boxes are cleared as under:-

A.M. A.M. P.M.
Albion Street, Halton 7.50 11.0 8.0
67 St. Mary’s terrace, Longfields 8.10 11.10 8.0
*Mr. Grimes’s, 31 High Street 7.40 11.5 8.0
*Mr. Winters’s, 59 George Street 7.45 11.10 8.0
St. Andrew’s terrace 11.0 8.5
Railway station (northern platform) 11.0 8.5
White Rock place (pillar near Infirmary) 8.20 11.5 8.10
Eversfield library (pillar) 8.15 11.0 8.10
Pillar at the corner of North Street 8.0 10.30 7.40
Sussex Hotel (pillar box) 8.0 10.45 7.55
Bopeep Railway station platform 8.30 7.45
Gensing railway statn. (up platform) 10.25 7.35
Upper Maze hill 10.40 7.50
Bohemia terrace (Cleared evening only on Sundays) 7.20
  • Branch money order office.


Patrick Francis Robertson, esq. Halton house, Hastings; & 7 Pall mall, London s.w
Hon. George Waldegrave-Leslie, F.R.G.S. 4, Harley Street, London w &. Leslie house. Fire. N.B


Will Ginner, esq. High Street
James Rock, jun. esq. 5 Stratford place, White rock
Thomas Hickes, esq. Shornden villas
Wastel Brisco, esq. Bohemia house
Patrick Francis Robertson, esq. M.P. Halton house
Frederick, North, esq. Hasting’s lodge
George Scrivens, esq. 9 Pelham place
Francis William Staines, esq. The Uplands, St. Leonard’s
Frederic Ticehurst, esq. 11 Carlisle parade
Edward Hayles, esq. Belmont
Thomas Ross, esq. Claremont
Alfred Burton, esq. St. Leonards
John Grenside, esq. 36 Wellington square
Peyton Blakiston, esq. 5 Warrior Square
Charles Hay Frewen, esq. Coghurst hall
Francis Smith, esq. Brighton
Howard Elphinstone, esq.
Robert Ranking, esq. Ramsgate
Robert Hollond, esq. London
Clerk, Robert Growse, esq.


Wastel Brisco, esq. Bohemia house
Frederick North, esq. Hastings lodge
William Drew Lucas Shadwell, esq. Fairlight hall
Vandeleur B. Crake, esq. The Highlands
George Scrivens, esq. 9 Pelham place
Alexander Beattie, esq. Chiselhurst, Kent
Robert B. Kaye, esq. Pett
George Henry Malcolm Wagner, esq. St. Leonard’s
Col. Edward William Harcourt, 5 Robertson terrace
Sir Anchitel Ashburnham, bart. Guestling
Clerk Robert Growse, esq.


Accidental Death, Robinson Funnell, 51 George Street
Alliance Fire & Life, Thomas Breeds & Co. 61 High Street
Atlas Fire & Life, William Diplock, 38 Robertson Street
British Empire Mutual Life, Robert Lye, 6 Robertson st
British Equitable Life, Joseph Henry Knight, 34 High st
British Mutual Life, John Curtis, St. Andrew’s Road
British Prudential & Consolidated, H. Hatley, 4 Brook at
Briton Life, John Pomphrey, 5 Bank buildings
Caledonian Fire & Life, Robert Snowdon, 52 Robertson st
Church of England, J. B. Ayers
City & County, A. Munro, & Saven & Norris
City of Glasgow Life, Wm. Feist Bridger, 7 Claremont
County Fire, George Dowsett, 38 High Street; Richard Keen, 53 Havelock Road; Wm. John Gant, 42 George st
Crown Life, Frederick Mitchell, 16 Castle Street
Eagle Life, Ainslie Harwood, 22 White Rock place; George Alexander Keyworth, 12 Wellington place
Economic Life, George Meadows, 32 Havelock Road
Edinburgh Life, Spencer Whiteman, 9 Castle Street; Charles Clift, 6 South terrace, Halton
Emperor Fire & Life, Edward James Bane, 11 Prospect pl
European Life, Daniel Charles DeMedewe, 22 Havelock rd
General Fire & Life, Richard Edward Wilson, 21 White Rock place; Albert Emary, 56 St. Mary’s terrace; John Wreen, Prospect house
Great Britain Mutual Life, George Honiss, 31 George st
Gresham Life, Frederick Stacey, 20 George Street
Guardian Fire & Life, Joseph Judge, 87 All Saints’ Street; Frederick Adolphus Langham, 44A, Robertson Street; George Wm. Veness, 31 Havelock Road
Home & Colonial Fire &. Life, Thorpe & Coleman, 78 High Street; George & Henry Nash, Bohemia Road
Imperial Fire, Wm. Lovel Davis, 4 Queen’s buildings
Imperial Life, Edward Bowmer, 6 York buildings
Kent Fire & Life, Will Ginner, 45 High Street; Jeffery & Skiller, 24 Havelock Road
Lancashire Fire & Life, George Beck, 37 Havelock Road; Alfred Vidler, Bohemia Road
Law Fire, Frederick Adolphus Langham, 44A, Robertson Street; Robert Growse. 86 High Street
Law Union Fire & Life, Wm. Feist Bridger, 7 Claremont
Life Investment Mortgage Insurance Co. Henry Develin, jun. 12 Castle Street
Liverpool, London & Globe Fire & Life, Parker & Co. 8 Breeds place; Henry Develin, 48 High Street; J. & C. Burfield & Co. l George Street; Isaac Parsons & Son, 21 Havelock Road; George Meadows, 32 Havelock Road; George Peter Bacon, 28 Robertson Street; John Pitman Shorter, 43 Havelock Road; Charles John Womersley, Harold place
London Assurance, Robinson Funnell, 51 George Street; Daniel Charles De Medewe, 22 Havelock Road
London & General Plate Glass, Richard Keen, 53 Havelock Road
Marine Accidental, George Dowsett, 38 High Street
National Provider Life, Robinson Funnell, 51 & 54 George Street
National Provincial Plate Glass, Joseph Judge, 87 All Saints’ Street; Tom Vidler, 39 Havelock Road
North British & Mercantile Fire & Life, Bowerman & Co. 14 Robertson Street; W. B. Young, 80 High Street
Northern Fire & Life, George Alexander Keyworth, 12 Welllngton place
Norwich Union Fire & Life, John Reeves, 2 Bank buildgs
Pelican Life, John Bayley, 25 George Street
Phoenix Fire, John Woods, 18 St. Andrew’s Road; John Bayley, 25 George Street
Planet Life & Guarantee, Thomas Westren Grady, 50 George Street
Provident Life, Richard Keen, 53 Havelock Road; William John Gant, 42 George Street
Provincial Fire & Life, George Patteson, 18 Havelock Road; B. Sargent, 67 High Street
Prudential Mutual Life, George Alexander Keyworth, 12 Wellington place
Queen Fire & Life, Barton Brothers, 3 Commercial Road; Henry Vidler, 2 Queen’s building’s
Railway Passengers’, Edward Moore, 32 Robertson Street
Reliance Life, George Dowsett, 38 High Street; Charles Ashenden
Royal Fire & Life, John Banks, Bleak house; Frederick Mitchell, 16 Castle Street; Peter Purfield, 43 Havelock rd
Royal Exchange Fire & Life, Wm. B. Young, 80 High st
Royal Farmers’ Fire & Life, Breeds & Sons, 67 George st
Scottish Commercial, John Tree, 3 Stafford place
Scottish Union Fire & Life, George Lindridge, 44 Robertson Street
Sovereign Life, Henry Phillips, 16 George Street; John Yates, 2l Meadow rd; C. Ravenscroft, 33 White Rock pl
Standard Life, John Gower O’Neill, 1 Bank buildings
Star Life, George Beck, 37 Havelock Road
Sun Fire & Life, Edwin & Horace Martin, 17 Wellington sq.
Union Assurance, Charles James Murphy, 27 Havelock rd
Western, W. T. Pike, 12 Spring terrace
Westminster Fire & General Life, Henry Lancaster, jun. 42 Robertson Street


Assembly Rooms, Music Hall, Robertson Street, Charles Lockey, lessee; Castle hotel, Wellington square, James Emary, proprietor; Swan hotel, High Street Mrs. Elizabeth Carswell, proprietor; Havelock hotel, Robertson Street, Thomas Turner, proprietor
Billiard Rooms, 5 Beach cotts. Thos. Phillips, proprietor
Church of England Christian Association, W. D. Lucas-Shadwell, esq. president; Mr. M. Pearson, hon. sec.; Mr. George A. Thorpe, hon. treasurer, 42 George Street
Coastguard Stations, Government house, Marine parade, Lieut, Richard Roe. R.N. commanding officer; Priory, John Attersoll, chief officer
County Court, held at the Town hall, High Street, every fourth Monday, William Furner, esq. Judge; William Blackman Young, esq. registrar; W. C. Furner, esq. high bailiff; office, 80 High Street. Hours of business, 10 to 4 Custom House, West Beach Street
East Sussex, Hastings, & St. Leonard’s Infirmary, White Rock, Wastel Brisco, esq. treasurer; Rev. J. White, M.A. chaplain; Dr. Adey & Dr. Dunne, physicians; Mr. Savery, surgeon extraordinary; Mr. Ticehurst & G. B. Turner, M.D. surgeons; Mr. Penhall, J. Underwood, M.D. & Dr. Trollope, assistant surgeons; Mr. Robert Ransom, dentist; Mr. Edward Bowmer, secretary; Mr. Henry Dunwell, dispenser; Miss Griffin, matron; Mr. Elijah Marsh, collector
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Gas Company’s Office, 2 Castle Road, Alfred Hope Wood, general manager
Hastings Dispensary, 62 High Street, the Earl of Chichester, president; John Underwood, Daniel Moore & L. Groome, esqrs. surgeons; Mr. Isaac Smith, dispenser & dentist; Mr. Thomas Sansum Hide, treasurer & secretary; Mr. Joseph Tendall, collector
Hastings Penny Bank, held at the Town hall, every Saturday evening, George Scrivens, esq. treasurer; John Breaks Ayers, sec
Hastings Cemetery Office, 86 High Street, Robert Growse, clerk & registrar
Hahnemann Homeopathic Dispensary, 1 Carlton terrace, Archibald Richard Shaw, M.D. physician. Attendance, Mondays & Fridays, from 4 till 5 p.m.; Wednesdays, from 12 till 1 p.m.
Hastings Homeopathic Dispensary, Robertson Street, Robert Douglas Hale, M.D, physician; Robert Snowdon, secretary & dispenser. Open Tuesday & Friday from 3 to 4
Hastings & East Sussex Industrial & General Permanent Benefit Building Society, Edward Bowmer, manager, 6 York buildings
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Music Hall, Robertson Street, Charles Lockey, lessee
Hastings Lock-up House, Wellington court, William Brasier sergeant
Inland Revenue Office, Swan hotel, High Street, William Llewellin, esq. collector; Walter Hore, supervisor
Library & Reading Room, Willlam Diplock, 38 Robertson Street
Literary Institution, George Street, Frederick North, esq. M.A. president; Rev. John Parkin, M.A. & Edward Field, esq. hon. secretaries; John Gower O’Neill, esq. treasurer; Mr. William Ransom, librarian
London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Telegraph Office, Railway station; & at John Linney’s, Marine parade
Market Hall & Assembly Rooms, George Street, Richard Craig, hallkeeper
Mechanics’ Institution, Robertson Street, Dr. Moore, president; Thomas Sansum Hide, hon. treasurer; Joshua Huggett & John Banks, hon. secs; R. Ellis, librarian
Mendicity House, Bourne passage, Thomas Brasier, master
Office of the Local Board of Health, 86 High Street, William Andrews, surveyor; Robert Growse, clerk
Pelham Baths, Pelham pl. Miss Ellen Thatcher, proprietor
Police Station, High Street, Wm. Glenister, superintendent
Philosophical Society, held at the Castle hotel, James Hunt, esq. PH.D., F.S.A. president; John Gower O’Neill, esq. treasurer; Thomas H. Cole, esq. M.A. hon. sec
Public Baths & Laundry, Bourne Street, Richard Mugridge, superintendent
South Eastern & London Brighton & South Coast Railway Station, Priory, Bishop Kennett, station master; William Poulton, superintendent of goods department
South Eastern Railway Telegraph Company, Railway station, Priory
Stamp Office, 59 George st. Henry Winter, sub-distributor
Town Hall, High Street
Volunteer Fire Brigade, Town hall, William Glenister, superintendent, 4 Coburg place; J. C. Savery, esq. hon. surgeon; Mr. Henry Develin, jun. hon. sec; William Ransom, treasurer
Engine Stations, Town hall, High Street; Castle Road; & Mercatoria, St. Leonard’s
Water Manager’s Office, Town hall, William Murray, manager
Working Men’s Club & Reading Room, Castle Road, F. Ticehurst, esq. president; Joel Benjamin Jones, esq. vice-president; Mr. Walter Betts, sec.; Mr. Henry Phillips, treasurer,; Mr. John Buxton, general manager; Mr. Grimes, librarian


Assistant Overseer for St. Mary-in-the-Castle, Henry Ellis, 4 St. Andrew’s Road
Assistant Overseer for St. Clements, Edward French Moore, 1 West Hill cottages
Assessor & Collector of Assessed Land & Income Taxes for the Out-bounds of St. Mary’s-in-the-Castle, William Lutner Langridge, 15 Alma terrace, Silver hill
Borough Surveyor & Surveyor to the Local Board of Health, William Andrews, 84A High Street
Clerk to Hastings & St. Leonard’s Gas Company, Clerk to the Commissioners of St. Leonard’s Improvement Act, & Clerk to the Charity Trustees, William Blackman Young, 80 High Street
Clerk to the Magistrates for the Borough & Division of Hastings, Robert Growse, 86 High Street
Clerk of the Peace for the Borough of Hastings, George Meadows, Havelock Road
Clerk to the Local Board of Health, Robert Growse, 86 High Street
Clerk to Commissioners of Land, Assessed, Property, & Income Taxes for the District of Hastings Borough, Robert Growse, 86 High Street
Clerk to the Board of Guardians for the Hastings Union, Frederick Charles Inskipp, Bentinck house, East hill
Collector of Local Coal Duty, also for the Local Board of Health, & Registrar of Birth & Deaths for St. Mary-in-the-Castle District, John Bayley, 25 George Street
Collector of Poor Rates & Assistant Overseer for All Saints’ Parish, Joseph Samson, 100 High Street
Collector of the Poor & Borough Rates for St. Mary-in-the-Castle & St. Michael’s-on-the-Rock, Henry Ellis, 4 St. Andrew’s Road
Collector of Poor Rates for St. Andrew’s Parish, Edward Charles Edwards, St, Andrew’s Road
Collector of Taxes for the Local Board, William Phillips, 6 Croft
Commissioners for Taking Oaths in Chancery, James George Langham, 44A, Robertson Street; William B. Young, 80 High Street; John Phillips, 23 Havelock Road; Daniel Charles De Medewe, 22 Havelock Road; George Meadows, 32 Havelock Road Commissioners for Taking Acknowledgements of Married Women, John Phillips, 23 Havelock Road; Horace Martin, 17 Wellington square; James George Langham, 44A, Robertson Street; Robert Growse, 86 High Street
Inspector of Corn Returns, John Peter Harwood, 92 High Street
Inspector of Nuisances, William Winter, office, Town hall
Inspector of Weights & Measures, John Campbell, Town hall (Tuesdays)
Inspecting Commander of Coast Guard, Capt, Edward Kelly, R.N. 19 Church Road, St. Leonard’s
Registrar of Births & Deaths for All Saints’ District, Frederick Charles Inskipp, Bentinck house, East hill
Registrar of County Court of Sussex at Hastings, Wm. B. Young, 80 High Street
Registrar of Marriages, Frederick Winser, 42½ High Street
Relieving Officers for Hastings Union (First District), Arthur Howard Barham, 6 Stratford place; (Second District), Henry Harman, 1 Catherine cottages, Ore
Secretary to East Sussex, Hastings & St. Leonard’s Infirmary, and Manager of Hastings & East Sussex Permanent Benefit Building Society, Edward Bowmer, 6 York buildings
Secretary & Surveyor to the Hastings &. St. Leonard’s Co-operative Building Company (limited), John Banks, Bleak house
Secretary to Hastings & St. Leonard’s Branch of Royal Humane Society, & the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Thomas Sansom Hide, 26 Meadow Road
Superintendent of Police, William Glenister, 4 Coburg pl
Surveyor of Land, Assessed & Income Taxes, James Alexander Haldane Calder, 1 Bedford place
Surveyor to the St. Leonard’s Improvement Commissioners, William John Gant, 42 George Street
Assessors & Collectors:- All Saints’, Elias Coussens, All Saints’ Street; St. Clement’s, William Clapp, Caroline place; St. Mary-in-the-Castle, Holy Trinity, St. Andrew, & St. Michael’s-on-the-Rock, Alfred Vidler, South terrace; St. Mary Magdalene, St. Leonard & St. Mary Bulverhythe, Wm. Edward Skinner, G White, Rock place
Assessor & Collector of Income Tax for the District of St. Leonard’s, William Edward Skinner, 6 White Rock pl
Superintendent Registrar of Births, Deaths, & Marriages for Hastings Union, Anthony Harvey, 4 Bentinck cottages, East hill
Surveyor to St. Leonard’s Improvement Commissioners, John William Gant, 42 George Street
Town Clerk & Coroner for the Borough of Hastings, Robert Growse, 86 High Street
Town Crier, Walter James Cox, 11 High Street
Vestry Clerk of St. Clement’s, St. Mary-in-the-Castle & St. Leonard’s, John Phillips, 23 Havelock Road
Vestry Clerk of All Saints, George Meadows, Havelock rd
Vestry Clerk of Holy Trinity, Frederick Adolphus Langham, 44A, Robertson Street


All Saints’ Church, Rev. George Alfred Foyster, M.A., rector
Holy Trinity Church, Robertson Street, Rev. Thomas Francis Crosse, D.C.L. incumbent
St. Clement’s Church, Rev. Henry Brereton Foyster, M.A. rector
St. Mary-in-the-Castle church, Rev. Thomas Vores, M.A. incumbent
St. Clement’s Church, Halton, Rev. John Parkin, M.A. incumbent
Fishersmen’s Church, East Beach, Rev. Thomas Edward Tanner, minister
Baptist Chapel, Wellington square, Rev. William Barker, minister
Croft Chapel (Independent), Rev Halley Stewart, minister
Congregational Chapel (Indepedent), Robertson Street, Rev, James Griffin, minister
Ebenezer Chapel (Particular Baptist), East hill, Rev. David Fenner. minister
Memorial Chapel (Baptist), Bank buildings, Rev. James Culbert Fishbourne, minister
Friends’ Meeting House, South terrace
Providence Chapel (Calvinist), Waterloo place
The Tabernacle (Baptist), Linton terrace, Rev. James Newborn minister
Wesleyan Chapel, Bourne Street, no regular minister
Zoar Chapel (Calvinist), Wellington court, Rev. John Harding, minister


Parker’s Endowed (boys), Castle View Place, John Banks, master
Saunders’s Endowed (boys), Bourne Walk, Frederick, William Foster, master
British (boys), Bourne Walk, William Ray, master
British (girls), Waterloo Place, Miss Lucy Bucknell, mistress
Hastings Ragged (girls), Tackleway, Miss Ellen Foster, mistress
Hastings School of Industry, West Hill, Miss M.J. Sayer, treasurer & secretary; John Wyatt Barnard, M.D. medical officer; Mrs. Maria Marshall, matron
St. Clement’s & All Saints’ National (boys & girls), All Saints’ Street; John Breaks Ayers, master; Miss Mary Ann Caldwell, mistress; Miss Annie McLean, infants’ mistress
St. Clement’s & All Saints’ (infant), Church Street, Miss Augusta Mooney, mistress
National Halton, Miss Hannah Leggett, mistress
Infant, Halton, Miss Margaret Griffiths, mistress
St. Mary’s (boys, girls & infants), Wellington Street, Thomas Barnes, master; Miss Annie Bennett, mistress; Miss Louisa Barnes, infants’ mistress


Hastings & St. Leonard’s News (Friday), (John Ransom, publisher & proprietor), 44½ George Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Fashionable Express (Tuesday & Saturday) (Breeds & Sons, publishers), 67 George Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Chronicle (Wednesday), (George P. Bacon, proprietor & publisher), 28 Robertson Street, & Lewes
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Observer (Saturday), (Joseph Henry Knight, publisher & proprietor), 34 High Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Herald (Saturday), (Isaac Parsons & Son, publishers & proprietors), 21 Havelock Road


Albion hotel, Marine parade, Miss Harriet Bowles
Castle hotel, Wellington square, James Emary
Marine hotel, Pelham place, Charles Pope Hutchings
Royal Swan hotel, High Street, Mrs. Elizabeth Carswell


Omnibuses & flys to & from the Swan, Castle, Albion, & Marine hotels, to meet every train
South Eastern & London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Companies, to all parts of the kingdom; William Poulton, superintendent of goods depot. Booking office & receiving house for the South-Eastern & London, Brighton & South Coast Railways, also for Pickford & Co. Westbeach Street, Henry Stevenson, clerk


ASHBURNHAM (through Boreham & Hurstmonceux)-George Isted, Tuesday & Friday; Heselden, Tuesday & Friday at 2p.m.; & Ransom, Wednesday & Saturday at 3 p.m. from Breeds & Co.’s yard
BATTLE-Cain Reynolds, daily, 4 p.m. & John Collins, daily, from Breeds & Co.’s yard
BEXHILL-Mrs. Elizabeth Gander, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday, 4 p.m.; Joseph Sargent, Tuesday & Saturday, 12 noon, & Stephen Cornford, Tuesday & Saturday, 12 noon, from Breeds & Co.’s yard
BREDE-Miller, from ‘Swan’ yard, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 3 p.m. (through Westfield)
BURWASH-Hicks, Thursday 2 p.m. & Richard Ralph, Friday 2 p.m. from ‘Rising Sun’
CATSFIELD-James May, from ‘Rising Sun,’ Monday & Friday, 1 p.m.; & Walters, Tuesday & Saturday, at 3 p.m. from Breeds & Co.’s yard
CROWHURST-James Crouch from Breeds & Co. yard, Wednesday & Saturday, 12 noon
FAIRLIGHT-Edgar Foster, from ‘Swan’ yard, Tuesday & Friday, 4 p.m.; Ebenezer Ramsey, from Breeds & Co.’s yard, Tuesday & Friday, 12.30 p.m.
HAILSHAM-Joseph Smith, from ‘Swan’ yard, Friday 12 noon
HAWKHURST-Collins, from ‘Swan’ yard, Tuesday & Friday, 2.30 p.m.
HOOE-Vitler, Tuesday & Saturday, 12 noon; George Sargent, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, from Breeds & Co.’s yard
HURSTMONCEUX & GARDNER Street-Levi Baker, Tuesday & Saturday, 2 p.m. from the ‘Swan’; Lamb, Tuesday & Saturday, 2 p.m.; & Barton, Friday 2 p.m. from ‘Rising Sun’
ICKLESHAM-John Colegate, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from ‘King’s Head,’ 4 p.m.; & Masters, Monday, Wednesday & Friday, from the ‘Swan,’ 4 p.m.
NETHERFIELD-James Mann, from, ‘King’s Head,’ Tuesday & Friday, at 4
NINFIELD-Stephen Gates, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, & Golding, Saturday, from Breeds & Co.’s yard
NORTHIAM-John Bull, from ‘Rising Sun,’ Tuesday & Friday, 12 noon
ORE-Charles Woodhurst & Mrs. Crump, daily, from Breeds & Co.’s yard; & John Wilson, daily to railway station
PETT-George Hills, from Ginner’s yard, Mon. Wed. & Sat
PEVENSEY-Smith, from ‘Swan’ yard, Tuesday & Friday, 2 p.m.
ROBERTSBRIDGE-William Cheeseman, from ‘Swan’ yard, Tuesday & Friday, & Goodsell, from Breeds & Co.’s yard, Tuesday, 6 p.m.
SEDLESCOMBE-Reuben Baker, from ‘Swan’ yard, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 2 p.m.
UDIMORE-Laurence Freeman, Tuesday, 4 p.m. & Thomas Lester, Tuesday & Friday, 5 p.m. from ‘Rising Sun’
WESTFIELD-Easton, from Breeds & Co.’s yard, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
WINCHELSEA-Robert Wheeler, from Breeds & Co.’s yard, three times a week; Edward Pigget, from ‘Rising Sun,’ Wednesday & Saturday, 4 p.m.; Thomas Lester, from ‘Rising Sun,’ Tuesday & Saturday


Acraman William Henry, professor of music, 31 Robertson st
Adams Hannah (Mrs.) private boarding house, 30 Havelock rd
Adams John, hosier & haberdasher, St. Andrew’s Road
Adams John Pain, Cottage inn, St. Andrew’s Road
Adams Thomas, lodging house, 90 High Street
Adams Walter, grocer & collector of water rate, 63 All Saints’ Street
Adcock Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 10 Claremont
Adgo John, Golden Cross hotel, Havelock Road
Adgo Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 9 Caroline place
Akehurst Alfred, fly proprietor, 9 East parade
Akehurst Mary (Miss), lodging house, 12 Marine parade
Akehurst Wm. fly proprietor & lodging house, 8 East parade
Alderton & Shrewsbury, ironmongers, ironfounders, smiths, bellhangers, gas fitters, braziers, tinplate workers, stove & range manufacturers & bar iron merchants, 69 & 70 George Street, & 1B, Robertson Street
Aldridge Thomas, lodging house, 2 Robertson terrace
Allen Justinian John, master mariner, Gurnsey cottage, East hill
Amas Charles, haberdasher, 1 Pelham place
Amon Thomas, lodging house, 17 Robertson terrace
Amoore & Son, dentists, 3 York buildings
Amoore Charles, chemist & druggist, 6 Castle Street
Amoore Joseph, grocer & tallow chandler, 57 High Street, & 1A, Robertson Street
Andrews William, borough surveyor & surveyor to the local board of health, 84A, High Street
Apel Hermann, shopkeeper, 19 Russell Street
Apps Frederick, fly proprietor & beer retailer, 32 High st
Archer William, watch maker, 45a, George Street
Archer William George, Royal Oak family & commercial hotel, Castle Street, facing the sea
Arnold Joseph, wine & spirit & beer merchant, & sole agent for Guinness’s extra stout, Pelham arcade; & at 18 Grand Parade, St. Leonard’s
Ashby John, dyer & scourer, 1 Russell Street
Ashdown Henry William, photographer, 22 White Rock place
Ashdown William, fancy bazaar, 29 White Rock place
Atkins William Henry, grocer, Egremont place, Halton
Atkinson William, lodging house, 6 Caroline place
Austin Jabez Thomas, fly proprietor, Castle Road
Ayles & Bonniwell, photographers, 44 Robertson Street
Aylesbury George, lodging house, 15 York buildings
Aylesbury William, lodging house, 5 Bedford place
Bacon George Peter, general printer & publisher of the Hastings & St. Leonard’s Chronicle, 28 Robertson Street
Bailey Edward, baker, 44 Bohemia place
Bailey Richard, tailor. 15 Castle terrace
Baker Charles, plumber, glazier & painter, 5 Church Street
Baker Edward, hair dresser, East Beach Street
Baker William, greengrocer, 17 Stone Street
Balding Thomas, lodging house, 6 Portland terrace
Baldwin Edwin, milliner & florist, & bonnet warehouse, 23 White Rock place; & at 1 London Road, St. Leonard’s-on-Sea
Balkham Edward, boot & shoe maker, 4 Albion pl. West Hill
Ball John, grocer, Eastbourne Street
Ball Walter George, Plough, West hill
Ballard Sarah (Miss), confectioner, 17 Castle Street
Bane Edward James, agent for the National Freehold Land Society, 11 Prospect place, St. Michaels
Banes Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 Wellington square
Banks Alfred, butcher, 15 Wellington place
Banks John, land surveyor, & actuary of the Hastings & St. Leonards Savings Bank, Bleak house
Banks John, lodging house, 28 Robertson Street
Banks Stephen, corn & flour dealer, 15 Meadow Road
Banks William, lodging house, 4 Trinity place
Bannister Joseph, lodging house, & house agent, 4 White Rock place
Barham Albert, lodging house, 9 York buildings
Barham Arthur Howard, relieving officer for No. 1 district; office, Sinnock’s cottage; residence, 6 Stratford place
Barham Wm. plumber, painter & glazier, 9 St. Andrew’s rd
Barker Anna. (Mrs.), lodging house, 55 Havelock Road
Barnard John Wyatt, M.D. surgeon, Montague house, Wellington square
Barnes Charles Edward, lodging house, 4 Claremont
Barrow Emily & Harriet (Misses), milliners & dress makers, 6 Castle terrace
Barton Brothers, van proprietors & furniture depository, 3 Commercial Road & 1 & 7 East Street
Barton Charles Jabez, house agent & appraiser, 3 Commercial Road
Barton Thos. Henry, grocer, 16 & 17 Prospect pl. St. Michaels
Bayfield James, photographer, 25 White Rock place
Bayley John, registrar of births & deaths for St. Mary-in-the-Castle district, & collector of coal duties &c. to Local
Board of Health, 25 George Street
Bayhip James, boot & shoe maker, 20 Prospect pl. St. Michaels
Beattie Marion (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 High Wickham
Beck George, civil engineer, architect & surveyor, 37 Havelock Road
Beck Henry, lodging house, 31 White Rock place
Becton Joseph, smith & farrier, Castle Road
Beeching & Sons, bankers (branch of Tonbridge Old Bank) (George Scrivens, esq. manager), 9 Pelham place; draw on Barnett, Hoare & Co. London
Bell James, dispensing chemist, & agent for Struves & Schweppes’ mineral waters, 22 Robertson Street
Bellamy Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging ho. 11 White Rock pl.
Belsey Henry, boot & shoe maker, 4 Pelham Street
Belsey James Thomas, carpenter & paper hanger, Spring house, Wellington terrace
Bendall Emma (Mrs.), private boarding house, Castle house, Castle down
Beney & Mallyon, milliners & dress makers, 2 Castle place
Beney Thomas, lodging house, 7 East parade
Betts Benjamin, baker, 26 Bourne Street
Betts Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 St Andrew’s Road
Betts Samuel, grocer, 77 All Saints’ Street
Beverly Sarah & Jane (Misses), lodging house, Linton house, Bohemia Road
Bishop John, appraiser & valuer, 60 St. Mary’s terrace
Bissenden William, lapidary, 1 West Street
Blomfield Rev. Henry, boarding & day school, 6 Cavendish terrace
Blundell Stephen, shopkeeper, & post office receiving house, 18 Albion Street, Alton
Bluton George, lodging house, 2 Castle hill & 4 Denmark pl.
Bohm Ann (Mrs.), milliner & dress maker, 3 Castle Road, Wellington square
Bolingbroke Albert, trimming seller, Victoria ho. Robertson st
Bolingbroke Albert (Mrs.), corset & dress maker, Victoria house, Robertson Street
Bonnville John, commercial traveller, 5 Carlisle villas, Booking office for London, Brighton & South Coast & South Eastern Railway (Henry Stevenson, clerk), Commercial Road
Boorman Dinah (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 North terrace, Station Road
Bossom Benjamin & Son, plumbers & glaziers, 53 High st
Bossom Bertram Thomas, lodging house, 28 St. Andrew’s rd
Boulter Charles, furniture broker, 8 Dorset pl. St. Michaels
Boulvin Walter Albert, professor of the pianoforte, 19 St. Andrew’s square
Bourn William, Sea Side hotel, Stratford pl. White rock
Bourne Frederic Wallis, builder, 56 Havelock Road
Bourne Robert, grocer & carpenter, 2 Castle View place
Bourner William, jun. pawnbroker, 49 George Street
Bowerman & Co. linen drapers, 14 Robertson Street
Bowles Harriet (Miss), Albion family hotel, extensive stabling & coach houses contiguous to the hotel, Marine parade, facing the Sea
Bowles John, Albion Shades, George Street
Bowmer Edward, secretary to East Sussex, Hastings & St. Leonard’s Infirmary, & manager of Hastings & East Sussex Building Society, 6 York buildings
Bowra William, beer retailer, Pelham Street
Boxall Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 4 Marine parade
Brasier George, lodging house, 7 Beach cottages
Breach Charles, fishmonger, 46 Robertson Street
Breach Mark, fishmonger, Commercial Road
Breach Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 High Street
Breeds & Sons, Auctioneers, land & estate agents & glass & china dealers, 67 George Street & 9 Robertson Street
Breeds Thomas & Co. coal merchants, brewers & ship owners, 61 High Street
Bridger William Feist, auctioneer, appraiser, estate & house agent, 7 Claremont
Bridges William, lodging ho. 5 Carlton terrace, St. Andrew’s rd
Bright Edward Saul, linen draper & silk mercer, 1 & 2 Robertson Street
BRoadbridge James, builder, 1 Castle terrace
BRoadbridge Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 14 Castle terrace
Bromley John Roger, grocer, 9 George st. & 39 Robertson st
Brook Jeremiah, gun maker, 2 Commercial Road
Brown Joseph, plumber & glazier, 19 Havelock Road
Brown Samuel Marshall, beer retailer, 29 Bohemia place
Buchanan Norman William, hair dresser, 1 East Parade
Budd G. C, (Mrs.), private boarding house, Castle Cliff house, Castle hill
Buddell James, lodging house, 1 Croft villas
Bumstead John, toy dealer, Pelham Street
Bumstead Stephen, tailor, 25 Castle Street
Burchell Robert, stone & marble mason, 36 Havelock Road
Burfield J. & C. & Co. coal & porter merchants, brewers & ship owners, 1 George Street & 21 Wellington place
Burgess Lewis John, linen draper, 14 Wellington place
Burgess Robert, commercial traveller, 2 Portland pl. Halton
Burgess Samuel Collier, furnishing & general ironmonger, iron & tin plate worker, locksmith & bell hanger, 24 George Street
Burgis Susannah (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Kentish place
Burrell William, poulterer, 19 Robertson Street
Burt Alfred, greengrocer, 124 All Saints’ Street
Burt Amelia (Mrs.), ladies’ seminary, 3 Trinity Street
Burt James, job & riding master, Middle Street
Burton Alfred, lodging house, 1 Cambridge terrace
Butler William, glass & china dealer, 29 Robertson Street
Calder James Alex. Haldane, surveyor of taxes, 1 Bedford pl.
Campbell John, coal meter & sergeant-at-mace, 45 Priory st
Carpenter Henry, lodging house, 28 Pelham Street
Carr Mary (Miss), lodging house, 6 Claremont
Carswell Elizabeth (Mrs.), Swan hotel & posting house, High Street
Carter Eliza (Mrs.), lodging house, 8 Cambridge terrace
Carter John, baker, 49 All Saints’ Street
Catt Charles, beer retailer, 46½ All Saints’ Street
Catt Edwin, grocer, dairyman & dealer in british wines, 27 Bohemia place
Catt Joseph, stone mason, St. Andrew’s Road
Catt Samuel, lodging house, Alma house. Middle Street
Catt Spencer, lodging house, 4 York buildings
Champion William, carpenter, 7 York gardens
Champley John, tailor, Waldgrave Street
Chandler Charles William, tailor, 8 Wellington place
Chandler Richard Edwards, Pelham Arms, Pelham Street
Chant James, hatter, 46 George Street
Chapman Edmund, dairyman, 53 St. Andrew’s Road
Chapman George, lodging house, 2 Trinity place
Chapman Tilden, lodging house, 7 St. Andrew’s Road
Chasty Frederick, lodging house, 4 Pelham crescent
Chatfield Alfred, Cutter inn, East parade
Chatfield Jane (Miss), lodging house, 12 East parade
Cheal Harriet (Mrs.), brewer, Castle brewery
Child Williamson, dining rooms, Commercial Road
Christopherson Brothers, wine & spirit merchants, 1 Breeds pl.
Church of England Christian Association (W. D. Lucas-Shadwell, esq. President; Mr. M. Pearson, hon. sec; Mr. George A. Thorpe, hon. treasurer), 42 George Street
Clark Emma (Miss), baker, 4 Pelham Street
Clarke Frank, Lord Nelson, Eastbourne Street
Clapp Wm. lodging house, & rate collector, 4 Caroline place
Clapson Brothers, chimney sweepers, Middle Street
Clapson James, grocer, 61 All Saints’ Street
Cleland Sarah (Mrs.), seminary, 4 St. Andrew’s square
Clement George, hop merchant & farmer, Silver Hill farm, & 4 Pelham place
Clifton Fanny & Magdalene (Misses), ladies’ boarding school, 35 Wellington square
Cloake Elizabeth Thwaites (Miss), dress maker, Albion house, Cobourg place
Cloke Edmund, coal merchant, 36 Priory Street
Coad William Richard, family grocer & tea dealer, provision merchant & house agent, Robertson Street & Havelock Road
Cobin & Jackson, coach builders, Castle Road
Cogswell John, reporter for the ‘Hastings & St. Leonard’s News,’ 4 Meadow Road
Cohen Solomon Greenwood, upholsterer, 17 Meadow Road; residence, 17 Hill Street
Colbran William, shopkeeper, Waldegrave Street
Cole James, beer retailer, 44 All Saints’ Street
Cole Thomas Holwell, M.A. private tutor, 1 Linton terrace
Coleman James, beer retailer, Commercial Road
Coleman Louisa (Miss), lodging house, 12 Cambridge terrace
Collins Elizabeth (Mrs.), baker & grocer, Bohemia Road
Collins Henry, boot & shoe maker, 11 All Saints’ Street
Collins Lewis John, baker, 6 St. Mary’s terrace
Collins William, baker, 55 St. Andrew’s Road
Collins William, carpenter, 11 Stonefield Road
Collins William, whitesmith, Burdett place, George Street
Conner John, greengrocer, 20 High Street
Connold Thomas, watch maker & jeweller, 11 Castle Street
Cook John Henry, baker, 8 Stone Street
Cook Samuel Wardale, linen draper, 7 Robertson Street
Cotton John, blacksmith, 90A, High Street
Coussens David, furniture broker, 25 Bourne Street
Coussens Elias, Cinque Port Arms, All Saints’ Street
Coussens Henry (Mrs.), lodging house, 12 All Saints’ Street
Covell William, tailor, 8 Middle Street
Coverley Henry, linen draper, 60 George Street
Cowing Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 6 Wellington square
Cox George, beer retailer, 10 Albion terrace, Halton
Cox Walter James, bill poster & town crier, 52A, High Street
Craig Richard, collector of market tolls, Market place; residence, 28A, John Street
Cramp Richard, bricklayer, Garden cottage, Croft
Creed Geo. Foster, boot & shoe maker, 2 Gloucester cots. Croft
Crittenden Thomas, naturalist, 6 George Street
Crockett Eliza (Mrs,), milliner & dress maker, 20 St. Andrew’s Road
Cross Alfred, architect & surveyor, 1A, Linton terrace
Crouch George, beer retailer, 8 Castle terrace
Crouch George Wm. fruiterer & greengrocer, Pelham arcade
Crouch John, butcher, 1 Castle Street
Cruttenden Nelson, baker, Priory Road, Halton
Cruttenden William, cowkeeper, Greenfield house, West hill
Curtis Jeremiah, furniture broker, 8 John Street
Curtis John, auctioneer & land surveyor, St. Andrew’s Road
Curwood James, hair dresser, Havelock Road
Cuthbert James, shoeing & general smith, West Street
Dalgleish Thomas & Alfred, pork butchers & poulterers, 4 Robertson Street
Damper Charles, fruiterer & greengrocer, 25 Bohemia place
Dash George, fly proprietor, 9 Dorset place, St. Michael’s
Davies James, tobacconist, 5 Castle Street
Davies N. S. F. (Miss), ladies’ boarding school, 6 Havelock Road
Davis Daniel White, silk mercer, & mantle warehouse, 40 Robertson Street
Davis Jane (Mrs.), private boarding house, 3 Robertson st
Davis Joseph, Pilot inn, St. Andrew’s Road
Davis William Lovel, corn, flour & seed merchant, rick cloth, tarpaulin & sack manufacturer, 4 Queen’s buildings
Day Harrietta (Mrs.), berlin wool & fancy repository, 36 Robertson Street
Dean Walter, teacher of the pianoforte, 33 Robertson Street
De Medewe Daniel Charles, solicitor, 22 Havelock Road
Depot of the Christian Knowledge Society (Robert Ellis, manager), 45A, Robertson Street
Develin Henry, wholesale & retail grocer, wine & provision merchant, 48 High Street
Develin Henry, jun. family grocer & tea dealer & provision merchant, 12 Castle Street
Dibben Charles, lodging house, 3 Castle Down terrace
Dibley Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 16 White Rock place
Dickinson Morris, surgeon dentist, 33 Havelock Road
Dicks Joseph, cooper, 53 Bohemia place
Dine William, hair dresser, East Beach Street
Diplock William, bookseller, stationer, music seller, library & reading room in connection with Mudie & Booth, of London, 38 Robertson Street
Ditch Horace, carpenter, 101 High Street
Dobell Ebenezer, watch maker & jeweller, 21 Robertson st
Douch Edwin, fly proprietor, Castle Road
Down William, greengrocer, Brook Street
Dowsett Alfred Clark, leather seller & cricketers’ outfitter, 76 & 77 High Street
Dowsett George, boot & shoe maker, 38 High Street
Drake Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Cambridge terrace
Drayton John, beer retailer, Claremont
Drury William, boot & shoe maker, All Saints’ Street
Duff Daniel, working cutler, West Street
Duke & Son, tailors, 9 Wellington place
Duke Alfred, outfitter, Havelock Road
Duke Alfred (Mrs.), private boarding ho. 13 Cambridge ter
Duke John, butcher, 49 High Street
Duke Samuel, glover & gaiter maker, 75 High Street
Dungey William, lodging house, 2 St. Andrew’s Road
Dunk William, boot & shoe maker, 111 High Street
Dunn George, bathing machine proprietor & lodging house, 3 Carlisle villas
East Sussex, Hastings & St. Leonard’s Infirmary (Wastel Brisco, esq. treasurer; Rev. J. White, M.A. chaplain; Mr. Edward Bourner, secretary), White Rock
Eaton Charles, linen draper, 47 High Street
Eaton Gabriel, grocer & pork butcher, 16 Lennox st, Halton
Eaton George, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 3 Bank bldngs
Eaton John (Mrs,), lodging house, 25 High Street
Eaton Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 13 Pelham crescent
Ede William, lodging house, 11 Marine parade
Edmed George, grocer, Halton
Edmunds Henry, fishmonger, Commercial Road
Edwards & Stubbs, lodging house, 37 Wellington square
Edwards & Todd chemists & druggists, 16 Robertson Street
Edwards Annie (Mrs.), dress maker, Cavendish cot. Croft
Edwards Edward Charles, baker, St. Andrew’s Road
Edwards Mary (Mrs,), laundress, 13 St. Mary’s terrace
Edwards Thomas, lodging house, 4 Bedford place
Edwards William, builder, 3 Cavendish terrace
Edwards William, Fountain inn, St. Andrew’s Road
Eldridge George, tailor, 42 Bohemia place
Elgar Robert, fly proprietor, Cornwallis Street
Elliott Edwin, pork butcher, 84 All Saints’ Street
Elliott Frederick, lodging house, 7 Carlisle parade
Elliott Isaac, grocer, 6 Chapel terrace, Silver hill
Elliott Robert, grocer & plumber & glazier, Middle Street
Ellis Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 Pelham crescent
Ellis Henry, lodging house, & collector of poor’s rate, 4 St. Andrew’s Road
Ellis Robert, manager for the Christian Knowledge Society, 45A, Robertson Street
Elphick Mary (Mrs,), lodging house, 9 Carlisle parade
Emans Charlotte (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 St. Michael’s ter
Emary James &. Co, wine &. spirit & bottled beer merchants, 8 Breed’s place, & at 21½ Marina, St. Leonard’s-on-Sea
Emary James, Castle hotel & posting house, Wellington square
Emmerson George Alfred, birmingham & sheffield warehouse, 10 George Street
Ensor Mary (Miss), lodging house, 11 Trinity Street
Evans Henry, lodging house, 3 Pelham crescent
Every Margaret (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Waldegrave Street
Fairway John, lodging house, 4 Portland terrace
Fielder Joseph, lodging house, 95 High Street
Fisher George, dining rooms, Pelham Street
Fisher John, confectioner, 8 Robertson Street & 56 High st
Fletcher John, lodging house, 7 Pelham crescent
Flinders Henrietta (Miss), dress maker, 13 Robertson Street
Flinn Henry John, pawnbroker, 23 George Street
Flore & Lecieux, egg merchants, 61 George Street
Foord Edmund, lodging house, 105 High Street
Foord James, watch maker, jeweller & silversmith, 4 Stratford place, White rock
Foot Mary Ann (Miss), straw bonnet maker, 27 Albion Street, Halton
Foster Edward, fruiterer & greengrocer, 38 Havelock Road
Foster George, lodging house, Chatteris cottage, Middle Street
Foster Jane (Miss), greengrocer, 104 All Saints’ Street
Foster Maria (Mrs.), laundress, 36 Bohemia place
Foster William, White Lion, St. Michael’s terrace
Fox Richard, boot & shoe maker, & lodging house, 4 East Beach Street
Francis John, Privateer inn, Wellington mews
Francis Louisa (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 St. Mary’s terrace
Freeman Henry, lodging house, 6 Beach cottages
French Frances (Mrs.), lodging house, 35 George Street & 10 Marine parade
French Stephen, boot & shoe maker, 29 George Street
Friend Joseph, fly proprietor, Priory Road, Halton
Frost Joseph, lodging house, 2 St. Michael’s terrace
Fry Frederick, butcher, 41 Robertson Street
Fry Harriet (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 White Rock place
Fullagar Mary Ann (Miss), lodging house, 10 Trinity Street
Fullagar William, fancy repository, Castle Street & 3 Caroline place
Fuller George, baker, 17 John Street
Funnell John Newman, pianoforte tuner, 2 Trinity cottages, Dorset place
Funnell Robinson, grocer & tobacconist, 51 & 54 George st
Funnell Samson, grocer, 33 High Street
Gabb David Hoadley, surgeon, 18 Wellington square
Gabriel Messrs. dentists, 4 Castle Street; attend once a week
Gallop John, builder, 1 Chapel terrace, Silver hill
Gallop Richard, hair dresser, 21 Castle Street
Gallop Thomas, boot & shoe maker, 9 Albion place, West hill
Gallup Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 11 York buildings
Gann John James, glass & sign writer, Castle Road
Gant William John, architect & surveyor, 42 George Street
Gardner Henry, fancy repository, 28 George Street
Gardner James, baker, 19 Prospect place, St. Michael’s
Garner Thomas, lodging house, 4 St. Michael’s terrace
Garrett Charles Bodenham, physician, 41 Havelock Road
Gates Joseph, tailor, Bedford cottage, Meadow Road
Gausby Charlotte (Miss), lodging house, 38 & 39 Wellington sq.
George George, lodging house, Denmark vil. Denmark place
Gewynne Catherine (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Marine cottages
Gilbert & Barham, nurserymen, seedsmen & florists, Springfield nursery, Old London Road
Gilbert Elias, carpenter, Bourne walk
Gill Jane (Miss), french paper flower modeller, 22 High st
Ginn Benjamin, hair dresser, Commercial Road
Ginner Will, coal & porter merchant & ship owner, 45 High Street
Gladwish James, wheelwright, 2 East Beach st. & West st
Glazier & Durrant, general drapers & outfitters, 30 All Saints’ Street & 44 High Street
Glazier Mary Ann (Miss), straw bonnet maker, 17 All Saints’ st
Gleaves Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, Newington house, Bohemia Road
Gleaves Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 15 Havelock Road
Glenister William, superintendent of police & volunteer fire brigade, Police station, High Street; res. 4 Cobourg place
Glyde George, gas fitter, Middle Street
Glyde Mary (Mrs,), fly proprietor & beer retailer, 4 Hill st
Godbold Henry James, artist & photographer, 2 Robertson st
Goddard Alfred, ornamental painter, 9 Middle Street
Godley John, Ship, Bourne Street
Golding Ann(Mrs.), proprietor of St. Clement’s Caves, 11 Croft
Golding Edmund, watch maker, 52A High Street
Golding Henry, pleasure boat proprietor, 8 St. Mary’s ter
Golding Joseph, fruiterer & seedsman, 12 Robertson Street
Golding Sophia (Mrs,), lodging house, 5 Trinity place
Goldsmith George, Denmark Arms, Pelham Street
Goldsmith James, lodging house, 5 Denmark place
Goldsmith Robert, lodging house, 22 St. Andrew’s Road
Goldsmith William, boot & shoe maker, 9 St. Andrew’s terrace & Bohemia Road
Goodwin Elizabeth (Mrs.), Halton tavern, Old London rd
Goodwin Frederick Edmund, family grocer, provision merchant & house agent, 16 St. Andrew’s Road & 10 Stone st
Gorely George, George, All Saints’ Street
Gorham William, farm bailiff for Wastel Brisco, esq. Bohemia Road
Gower Samuel, Star in the East, Rock-a-Nore Road
Grady Thomas Westren, grocer & tea dealer & wine merchant, 50 George Street
Grant Thomas, grocer, 16 High Street
Graves Charles, artist, 2 Castle hill
Gray Charles, linen draper, 3 Bedford place & 33 Meadow rd
Gray George Godfrey, wine & spirit merchant, White Rock pl.
Green Eliza (Mrs.), Green’s family & commercial hotel, Havelock Road
Greenaway Matilda Elizabeth & Millicant Ann (Misses), ladies’ hosiers, 16 Wellington place
Greenhill William Alexander, physician, 37 Robertson Street & 2 Carlisle parade
Griffin John, dining rooms, 31 Bourne Street
Griffin Louis, Swan tap, Swan lane
Griffin William, dining rooms, 27 George Street
Grimes James, stationer, & post office receiving house, 31 High Street
Grisbrook Charles, builder, 8 Russell Street
Grisbrook Henry, builder, 133 All Saints’ Street
Grisbrook Thomas, plumber, glazier & painter, 33 All Saints’ st
Growse Robert, solicitor, 86 High Street
Guy Richard, lodging house, 14 St, Andrew’s Road
Guy William, Globe inn, Meadow Road
Hahnemann Homeopathic Dispensary (Archibald Richard Shaw, physician), 1 Carlton terrace
Haiselden Stephen, beer retailer, East parade
Haisell James, dining rooms, 8 Pelham Street
Hall James, pork butcher, 21 High Street
Hall Philly (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 High Wickham
Hammont Edward, boot & shoe maker, Pelham Street
Hancock Elizabeth (Miss), ladies’ seminary, 2 Portland ter
Hardcastle Mary (Miss), ladies’ &. children’s outfitter, 33 Robertson Street
Hardisty Frederick, riding master, Claremont
Hards Henry, Roebuck inn, High Street
Harman Charles, lodging house, 5 Caroline place
Harman Henry, relieving officer for No.2 district, office, Sinnock’s cottage; residence, 1 Catherine cottages, Ore
Harman James, baker, 12 George Street
Harman Stephen, lodging house, 30 Pelham Street
Harman Stephen, lodging house, 20 Priory Street
Harman William, baker, 35 All Saints’ Street
Harmer John, dining rooms, John Street
Harmer Washington, greengrocer, 103 All Saints’ Street
Harper John, lodging house, 6 Belle vue, West hill
Harris Harriet (Mrs.), laundress, 3 Spring terrace, Bohemia
Harris James, boot & shoe maker, 7 Church Street
Harris Walter, dairyman, 3 Spring terrace, Bohemia
Hart Horace, plumber, glazier & painter, 6 Croft place
Hart Horace, jun. plumber, glazier & painter, 88 High st
Harvey Anthony, superintendent registrar for Hastings district, 4 Bentinck cottages, East hill
Harvey Catherine Mary (Mrs,), lodging house, 20 St. Mary’s terrace
Harwood & Co. ladies’ outfitters & lacemen, 22 White Rock place
Harwood Ainslie, insurance agent, 22 White Rock place
Harwood Eliza {Miss), lodging house, 18 St. Mary’s terrace
Harwood John Peter, inland revenue officer, 92 High Street
Haste John, greengrocer, 8 Courthouse Street
Haste John, greengrocer, Rock-a-Nore Road
Hastings Cemetery Office (Robert Growse, clerk & registrar), 86 High Street
Hastings Church of England Christian Association (W. D. Lucas-Shadwell, esq. president; Mr. M. Pearson, hon. sec.; Mr. G. A. Thorpe, hon. treasurer), 42 George Street
Hastings Dispensary (The Earl of Chichester, president; Mr. Thomas Sansum Hide, treasurer & secretary; J. Underwood, D. Moore & L. Groome, esqrs. medical officers; Mr. Isaac Smith, dispenser; Mr. Joseph Tendall, collector), 62 High Street
Hastings & East Sussex Permanent Benefit Building Society (Edward Bowmer, manager), 6 York building
Hastings Homeopathic Dispensary (Robert Douglas Hale, M.D. physician; Robert Snowdon, secretary & dispenser), Robertson Street; open tuesday & friday from 3 till 4
Hastings Literary Institution (Frederick North, esq. president; Rev. John Parkin & Edward Field, esq. hon. secretaries; J. G. O’Neill, esq. hon. treasurer; Mr. William Ransom, librarian), 42 George Street
Hastings Penny Bank (George Scrivens, esq. treasurer; John Breaks Ayers, sec.), Town hall
Hastings Permanent Benefit Building Society (George Bruce Poole, manager), office, next the Dispensary, High st
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Chronicle (George Peter Bacon, publisher & proprietor), published wednesday morning, 28 Robertson Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Co-operative Building Company (limited) (John Banks, secretary & surveyor)
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Fashionable Express (Breeds & Sons, publishers), 67 George Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Gas Company (Alfred Hope Wood, general manager), offices, 2 Castle Road, Wellington square
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Herald (Isaac Parsons & Son, proprietors & publishers), 21 Havelock Road; published every saturday
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Music Hall (Charles Lockey, lessee), Robertson Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s News (John Ransom, publisher & proprietor), 44½ George Street
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Observatory (Joseph Henry Knight, publisher & proprietor), 34 High Street; published every saturday
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Savings Bank (John Banks, actuary), Town hall
Hatton George, fruiterer & greengrocer, Bohemia Road
Hawkes Edward John, eclectic medical practitioner, 74 High st
Hayhurst John, lodging house, 18 St. Andrew’s square
Hayter James, York hotel, York buildings
Haywood William, paraffine oil & lamp dealer, 87 High Street, & at 13 Gensing Road, St, Leonard’s
Heath Ann (Miss), lodging house, 8 White Rock place
Heathfield John, greengrocer, 20 Hill Street
Heathfield Samuel, Stag inn, All Saints’ Street
Heathfield William, lodging house, 20 High Street
Hermitage George, grocer & baker, 36, 37 & 38 Lennox Street, Halton
Hermitage Stephen, pianoforte repository & pianoforte tuner, 8 St. Andrew’s Road
Heron Daniel Norton, wine & spirit merchant, 2 Stratford place, White rock
Heselden Charles, tobacconist, 16A, George Street
Hester James Torry, consulting surgeon, 6 Havelock Road
Hickes Thomas, merchant, 1 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Hickman John George, butcher, 24½ George Street
Hide Thos. Sansum, assistant clerk to justices, 26 Meadow rd
Hilder Stephen, linen draper, silk mercer & agent for Wanzer’s sewing machines, 7 Castle Street
Hildred Charles, commercial traveller, 16 St. Andrew’s sq.
Hills Henry, lodging house, 2 East parade
Hissey Mary (Mrs,), lodging house, 4 North ter. Station rd
Hodges Rosa (Miss), dress maker, 5 Spring terrace, Bohemia
Hodson John, tea & pleasure gardens, Old Road
Hodson Richard, cabinet maker, 3 Priory Street
Hogg John, lodging house, 7 Trinity Street
Holder Henry, carpenter, 80 High Street
Holding Charles, lodging house, 6 Robertson terrace
Holland Albert, butcher, Lennox Street, Halton
Holland Henry, butcher, 32 Russell Street
Holt Ann (Miss), fancy repository, 24 White Rock place
Homan Charles, builder & contractor, 13 Bohemia place
Homeopathic Dispensary (Archibald Richard Shaw, M.D. physician), 1 Carlton terrace, St. Andrew’s Road; attendance, monday & friday from 4 till 5; wednesday from 12 to 1
Honiss George, painter & house decorator & marble paper-hanging manufacturer 31 George Street & 54 Middle st
Hope Frances (Mrs,), beer retailer, 6 East parade
Hope George Curling, berlin wool, needle work & fancy repository, 17 Robertson Street
Hopper Ezekiel Mark, dairyman, 29 St. Andrew’s Road
Housley Catherine (Miss), laundress, North terrace, Hilton
Howard James, lodging house, 47 Havelock Road
Howard John, lodging house, 02 Havelock Road
Howe John Ashton, lodging house, 5 Stratford pl., White rock
Howell Jane (Miss), lodging house, 16 Robertson terrace
Howell John, builder, & timber, deal, stone & slate merchant & steam saw mills, East Sussex saw mills, Station Road
Huckstepp Anne (Mrs.), milliner & dress maker, 19 St. Andrew’s Road
Hudson John, tailor, 40 All Saints’ Street
Huggett Joshua, general & furnishing ironmonger, & iron & tin plate worker, 13 Castle Street
Humphreys Thomas & Co. tailors & outfitters, 51A, Robertson st
Hunter Alfred Edward, wheelwright & blacksmith, Stopefield Road
Hunter Thomas, bricklayer, 27 Bourne Street
Hutchings Charles Pope, Marine family hotel & posting house, Pelham place, facing the sea
Hutchings Henry Peter, livery stable keeper, Priory Street
Hutchinson Archibald, boat builder, Pelham Street
Hutchinson James, lodging house, 7 Castle hill
Inskipp Frederick Charles, registrar of birth & deaths for All Saints’ district, & clerk to the guardians of Hastings union, Bentinck house, East hill
Inskipp George, linen draper, 8 George Street
Inskipp William Charles, cabinet maker & upholsterer, Robertson Street; residence, 6 Wellington terrace
Ivall Albert, dairy farmer, Chapel farm, Bohemia
Jackson Thomas Sylvester, dentist, 7 York buildings
Jacobs Nailer, linen draper, 3 Robertson Street
Jarrett Hermas, grocer, 3 Brook Street
Jarrett Thomas, plumber, glazier & painter, 14 Brook Street
Jarvis Edward, Carpenters’ Arms, Bohemia Road
Jarvis William, lodging house, 22 St. Mary’s terrace
Jeffery John, boot & shoe maker, 2 Spring terrace, Bohemia
Jefferys Mary (Miss), stay maker, 103 High Street
Jenkins Thomas, Tiger, Stonefield Road
Jenner Agnes (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Kentish place
Jenner Richard, boot & shoe maker, Pelham Street
Jennings Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Cavendish ter
Jinks Fanny (Mrs.), beer retailer, 21 Bohemia place
Job Joseph, watch maker, 32 George Street
Johnston Elizabeth & Jane (Misses), milliners, 15 George st
Jones Esther (Mrs.), lodging house 3 Havelock Road
Jones Frederick, linen draper, 51 Robertson Street
Jones George Edwin, builder & surveyor, York gardens; residence, 2 Bohemia Road
Jones Harriet (Mrs.), dress maker, 3 Castle terrace
Jones James, shopkeeper, 130 All Saints’ Street
Jones James Henry, lodging house, 9 Croft
Jones Jane (Mrs.), lodging house, 7 Wellington square
Jones Joel Benjamin, surgeon dentist, 2 White Rock place
Johnson Robert, beer retailer, Priory Road, Halton
Joy Henry, Hastings Arms, George Street
Judge Charles, carpenter & joiner, 51 St. Mary’s terrace
Judge Henry, baker, 16 Stone Street
Judge Joseph, builder & furniture broker, 2 & 3 Union Street, & 87 All Saints’ Street
Judge Martha {Mrs.), dress maker, 85 All Saints’ Street
Keen Wm. furnishing & general ironmonger, 23 Robertson st
Kennard Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 22 All Saints’ Street
Kennett Bishop, railway station master, Railway station, Havelock Road
Kent Edward, Royal Standard, East Street
Kent Philip, shipwright & boat builder, East Beach Street
Keyworth Geo. Alex. chemist & druggist, 12 Wellington pl.
King James, boot & shoe maker, 13 Stonefield Road
King Thomas, King’s Head inn, Courthouse Street
Kingdon Mary Ann (Mrs.), dressmaker, 7 Waldegrave Street
Knight Alfred, hair dresser & perfumer, 18 Wellington place
Knight Joseph Henry, general printer & publisher, & proprietor of the ‘Hastings & St. Leonard’s Observer,’ 34 High Street
Knight Mary (Miss), lodging house, 5 Waldegrave Street
Knowles Charles, lodging house, 5 St. Andrew’s Road
Lade Emily (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 East parade
Lade Thomas, commission agent & lodging house, 3 Castle hill
Lambert George, Shipwrights’ Arms, Winding Street
Lancaster Henry, cabinet maker, upholsterer, decorator & house & estate agent, 42 Robertson Street & Linton terrace
Langham James George & Son, solicitors, 44A, Robertson st
Langham Frederick Adolphus, solicitor, & vestry clerk for Holy Trinity parish, 44A, Robertson Street
Langridge William Lutner, jun. builder, 15 Alma terrace, Silver hill
Lansdell James, lodging house proprietor, 1 to 7 Breed’s place, 12 Pelham crescent, & 12 Wellington square
Lea Henry Clairmont, chemist & druggist, 66 High Street
Leslie & Thain, lodging house, 32 Wellington square
Liddiard & Arkell, wholesale ironmongers, cabinet brass founders, tool manufacturers, hardwaremen, sheffield, birmingham, wolverhampton & london warehousemen, 1 & 1½ Queen’s buildings
Lindridge George, professor of music & pianoforte warehouse, 44 Robertson Street; & at 5 Shornden villas, St. Leonard’s
Linney John L. bookslr. stationer & librarian, Marine parade
Literary Institution (Frederick North. esq. M.A. president; Rev. John Parkin, M.A. & Edward Field, esq. hon. secs.; John Gower O’Neill, esq. treasurer; Mr. William Ransom, librarian, 42 George Street
Llewellyn Eliza Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Carlton terrace, St. Andrew’s Road
Loades John, lodging house, 1 Croft place
Lock Ann Maria (Miss), confectioner, 51 George Street
Lockey Charles, music seller, music publisher, pianoforte warehouse, & lessee of the music hall, Robertson Street & Havelock Road
London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Telegraph Offices, Railway Station, & at John Linney’s Marine prde
London Brighton & South Coast & South Eastern Railway Companies’ Station (Bishop Kennett, station master), Havelock Road
London & County Joint Stock Bank (John Gower O’Neil, manager), 1 Bank buildings; draw on Head Office, London
Longhurst Walter, builder & brick maker, 17 Havelock Road
Longley Frances (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Gloucester place
Love William, lodging house, 11 Cambridge terrace
Lovegrove James, lodging house, 18 White Rock place
Lovell George, Bedford hotel, St. Andrew’s Road
Lowe Mary (Miss), lodging house, 10 York buildings
Lulham & Prior, tailors, 26 White Rock place
Lulham Thomas Parkin & Co. boot & shoe & umbrella manufacturers, 17 Wellington place
Lye Robert, glass & china dealer, 6 Robertson Street
Mabbett Mary Ann (Miss), lodging house, 43 Havelock Road
McConkey William, shopkeeper, 5 Russell Street
McConnell Thos. Jno. carpenter. 6 Western cottages, All Saints
McCormick George, lodging house, 26 Wellington square
MacEnteer Henrietta (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Beach cottages
Mann Amon, ship smith, East Beach Street
Mann Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 14 York buildings
Mann Frederick Stephen, artists’ colorman & photographer, 13 Wellington place
Mann Thomas, bricklayer, 4 Russell Street
Mann Thomas, carver & gilder & artists’ colorman, 20 Robertson Street
Mann Thomas, jun. photographer, 20 Robertson Street
Manser Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 St. Michael’s terrace
Maplesden James, shopkeeper, St. Andrew’s Road
Margerison Jane & Sarah (Misses), berlin wool warehouse, 8 Castle Street
Markwick Richard & Son, chimney swprs. Lennox st. Halton
Marryat Jessie (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 Meadow Road
Marsh Jabez, leather seller & boot & shoe mkr. 81 High Street
Marsters Thomas, tailor, 3 Meadow Road
Martin Edwin & Horace, solicitors, 17 Wellington square
Martin Thomas, lodging house, Brunswick ho. Marine parade
Mason William, chemist & druggist, 58½ High Street
Masson Louis, lodging house, 4 Russell Street
Masters Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 12 White Rock pl.
Mawle Frederick, lath merchant, Dorset place; residence, Llanrwst house, Bohemia Road
May Catherine (Mrs.), lodging house, 13 York buildings
May Hannah (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Castle place
May William, fly proprietor & shopkeeper, Pelham Street
Mayhead George, laundress, Tivoli
Maynard Thomas, academy, 1 Paragon buildings
Meadows George, solicitor, 32 Havelock Road
Mechanics’ Institution (Dr. Moore, president; Thomas Sansum Hide, hon. treasurer; Joshua Huggett & John Banks, hon. secs.; R. Ellis, librarian), Robertson Street
Menage Frederick, boot & shoe maker, 45 Robertson Street
Message Frances (Mrs.), lodging house, 53 Havelock Road
Metcalf Frederick, silk mercer, milliner, dress & mantle maker, 5 & 6 Wellington place
Miles John, cutler & optician, 44 George Street
Miller Ellen (Mrs.), lodging house, 30 White Rock place
Miller Frederic (late Lever & Go.), dispensing & family chemist, 3 & 4 Wellington place
Mills & Sons, brewers, Eagle brewery, Courthouse Street
Mills Edmund, chemist & druggist, 62 All Saints Street
Mills Elizabeth Maria (Mrs.), lodging ho. 40 St, Mary’s ter
Mills Henry, cabinet maker, shop fitter & decorator, 5 Claremont
Mills James, lodging house, 32 Pelham Street
Mills Joseph, fruiterer & greengrocer, Market place
Mills Thomas, fruiterer & greengrocer, 6 Castle Road
Milton Richard, boot & shoe maker, 110 High Street
Mitchell William, Cricketers’ inn, Waldegrave Street
Monk Mary (Miss), commercial dining rooms, 20 Havelock Road
Montalambert Louis, professor of languages, 48 Havelock rd
Moon James, lodging house, St. Andrew’s Road
Moon Richard, boot & shoe maker, Commercial Road
Moor & Lamb, preparatory school, 4 Prior Garden villas, Bohemia Road
Moor Edward, watch & clock maker, jeweller & fancy warehouseman, 32 Robertson Street, & Royal Pelham arcade
Moor John, lodging house, 8 Cornfield terrace, Bohemia
Moore Henry & Son, booksellers, stationers, news agents, tobacconists, fancy repository & bazaar, Central arcade, & also at 73 High Street
Moore Charles, sole agent for Morison’s universal medicine, 1 Bourne Street
Moore Daniel, surgeon, 79 High Street
Moore George, physician, 1 Priory houses, Bohemia Road
Moore Henry, lodging house, 18 Robertson terrace
Moore Richard, shopkeeper, 8 West Street
Moore Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 East parade
Moore Thomas Albert, baker & confectioner, 34 Havelock rd
Morlay Susan Ann (Miss), lodging house, 5 Trinity Street
Morris Joshua, coffee & dining rooms, 54 Havelock Road
Morton Hannah (Mrs.), glass & china dealer, 43 High Street
Mose Frederick, marine store dealer, John Street
Moulton George Edward, spirit stores, 19 Wellington place
Moulton George Edward, wine merchant, 21 Wellington place & 2 George Street
Moy Richard, Prince of Wales, Bohemia place
Muggridge Thomas, lodging house, 51 Havelock Road
Muller Berthold, working jeweller, Pelham Street
Munday Russell, plumber, glazier & painter, 14 Alma terrace, Silver hill
Murphy Charles James, bookseller, stationer & news agent, 27 Havelock Road
Murray Alexander Elder, gentlemen’s boarding school, Manor house, St. Mary’s terrace
Murray John, jeweller, 5 Robertson Street
Murray John, jun. watch maker, 5 Castle Street
Murray Maria (Miss), morning governess, 4 Trinity Street
Murray Walter, gentlemen’s boarding & day school, Hill st
Nash George & Henry, cabinet makers & upholsterers, Bohemia Road
Nash Sophia (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Denmark place
Nayler Robert, photographist, 21 White Rock place & 4 Trinity villas
Neal Mary Ann (Miss), lodging house, 21 Wellington place
Newbery Alfred, baker, 110 All Saints’ Street
Newbery Henry, confectioner, 7 George Street
Nickerson Robert, tailor, St. Andrew’s Road
Nicolls Jane (Miss), lodging house, 5 White Rock place
Noakes Thomas & Son, shoeing & general smiths, Middle st
Noakes James, plumber, glazier & painter, Castle Street & 2 Caroline place
Noakes Sarah (Mrs.), laundress, 12 St. Mary’s terrace
Noakes Wm. carpenter, 12 St. Mary’s terrace & Hill Street
Noone Edw. civil engineer, 58 George st. & Floral cottg. Halton
Northey Elizabeth (Mrs.), ladies’ outfitter, 30 Robertson st
Norwood Thomas, chemist & druggist, Pelham arcade
Notcutt Elizbth. (Mrs.) milliner & dress maker, 18 Robertson st
Notcutt James, silk mercer, & agent for Wheeler & Wilson’s sewing machines, 18 Robertson Street
Nowers Wm. Wilson, plumber, glazier, & painter, Cornwallis st
Oakley James, grocer, 1 Waterloo passage
Ockenden Thomas & Co. butchers, 83 High Street
Ockenden James, lodging house, 15 Meadow Road
Offen Jesse, pork butcher, 71 High Street
Oliver John, shell repository, Marine parade
O’Neill John Gower, manager of the London & County Bank, 1 Bank buildings
Osborne Charlotte (Miss), lodging house, 8 Caroline place
Osborne Charlotte (Mrs.), lodging house, 7 Caroline place
Osborne Charlotte (Mrs.), printer, stationer, berlin & fancy repository, 55 George Street
Osborne James, carpenter, 3 Cobourg place & Bohemia Road
Osborne Sarah (Mrs.), ladies seminary, 3 Cobourg place
Osborne Thomas, carpenter & undertaker, 27 Castle Street
Pace John Allice, furniture dealer, 65 George Street
Padgham Wm. boot & shoe maker, East Beach Street
Page Charles, baker, 7 Albion Street, Halton
Page George, fishmonger, Market passage
Pailthorpe Samuel, ham & beef shop, 20 Castle Street
Pain Anne (Mrs.), lodging house, 8 Claremont
Pain Frances (Miss), dress maker, 3 Croft place
Pain William, saddler & harness maker, 50 High Street
Pajot Victor, fruiterer, greengrocer & egg merchant, 1 Castle Road, Wellington square
Palmer Robert, chemist & druggist, 25 Havelock Road
Pankhurst Charles, dining rooms, 19 Meadow Road
Parker James, butcher, Albion Street, Halton
Parker William John, tailor, 4 Bank buildings
Parks David, builder, 4 Quarry terrace
Parsons Isaac & Son, general printers & stationers, 21 Havelock Road
Partridge Michael, beer retailer, Fish market
Pattenden Amelia (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Havelock Road
Pattenden Robert, builder, 4 Havelock Road
Patteson George, Provincial hotel, Havelock Road
Patteson George, jun. cabinet maker & upholsterer, 9 Courthouse Street
Payne Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Meadow Road
Payne Geo. lodging house, Royal Hill house, All Saints
Payne James, baker, 41 St. Andrew’s Road
Peach Maria (Miss), ladies’ seminary, 5 Croft place
Pearch & Simmons, linen drapers, silk mercers, &. carpet & boot & shoe warehousemen (wholesale & retail), 71, 72 & 73 George Street & 62 High Street
Pears Charles James, lodging house, 2 Trinity Street
Pears Mary (Mrs.), toy dealer & registry office for servants; Robertson Street
Pearson Charles, corn dealer, 14 High Street
Pearson Eliza (Mrs.), baker & greengrocer, 17 & 18 High st
Pearson Matthew, hosier, glover & outfitter, 36 Robertson Street
Peddie Margaret (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Marine parade
Pegge Undine (Mrs.), hosier & glover, 31 Robertson Street
Pelham Baths (Miss Ellen Thatcher, proprietor), Pelham pl.
Penman Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Caroline place
Penny & Moore, ladies’ boarding & day school, 14 Wellington square
Penny John, wardrobe dealer, 106 All Saints’ Street
Pepper A. & C. H. (Misses), lodging ho. 7 White Rock pl.
Pepper Mary Lerrier (Miss), milliner, 43 Robertson Street
Perry Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Pelham place
Philcox & Springett, saddlers & harness makers, 26 Castle st
Philcox Alfred, fruiterer & greengrocer, Pelham Street
Philcox Eliza (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Holloway place
Philcox Samuel, saddler & harness maker, 31 Middle Street
Phillips Albert & Henry, cabinet makers, Croft
Phillips David, lodging house, 3 Bank buildings
Phillips George, greengrocer, 139 All Saints’ Street
Phillips George, shopkeeper, 67 All Saints’ Street
Phillips Henry, tailor, 16 George Street
Phillips James, wine & beer stores, 7 Queen’s buildings
Phillips Jane (Miss), lodging house, 5 Pelham crescent
Phillips John, boot & shoe maker, 73 All Saints’ Street & East Beach Street
Phillips John, carpenter, 15 John Street
Phillips John, Prince Albert, Rock-a-Nore Road
Phillips John, solicitor, 23 Havelock Road
Phillips Maria (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Beach cottages
Phillips Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 11 Pelham crescent
Phillips Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Carlisle villas
Phillips Thomas, billiard rooms, 5 Beach cottages
Phillips Thomas, lodging house, 1 York buildings
Phillips William, collector of rates for the local board of health, 6 Croft
Philpot Edward, pork butcher, 18 & 19 George Street
Picknell Charles, pier warden & lodging house keeper, 2 Marine cottages
Picknell Edward, lodging house, 2 Pelham Sea View cottgs
Picknell Edward, plumber, glazier & painter, 1 Priory Garden villas
Picknell Lois (Mrs.), bathing machine proprietor, & lodging house, 14 Pelham crescent
Picknell William, builder, Bohemia Road
Pilbeam Stephen, Crown, All Saints’ Street
Pilbeam William, tailor, & lodging house, 1 Trinity villas
Pink Eleanor & Jane (Misses), ladies’ seminary, 1 Trinity st
Pinson Edward, commission agent, 6 St. Andrew’s Road
Piper Jane (Mrs.), beer retailer, Commercial Road
Piper Jesse, shopkeeper, 6 Middle Street
Pittman Henry, druggist, Bourne walk
Plane Robert, builder, 26 St. Mary’s terrace
Playford George, boot & shoe maker, 19 Albion st. Halton
Pleass Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 St. Andrew’s Road
Pleydell Thomas, boot & shoe maker, 33 West Street
Pocock Brothers, boot & shoe makers, 15 Pelham crescent
Pollard Louisa (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker, 102 High Street
Pollard Thomas, jun. tailor, 2 Russell Street
Pollard William, bookbinder, 11 High Street
Pollard William, bookbinder, 6 St. Michael’s terrace
Pollington Edward, plasterer, 16 Priory Street
Pomphrey Benjamin, lodging house, 3 North ter. Station rd
Pomphrey John, grocer & tea dealer, 5 Bank buildings
Pont William Henry, Dolphin, Rock-a-Nore Road
Poole George Bruce, plumber, glazier & painter, 9 Hill st
Porter & Stewart, gentlemen’s boarding school, West Hill ho
Poulton William Ebenezer, superintendent of the railway goods department, 9 St. Mary’s terrace
Pratt James, Wheatsheaf inn, Bohemia place
Prior Ellen (Miss), lodging house, 6 Meadow Road
Prior Henry, lodging house, 2 Denmark place
Prior Henry, plumber, painter & glazier, 31 Russell Street
Prior Horace Sparks, hair dresser & librarian, 35 Robertson st
Prior John, cooper, 5 John Street & 12 Meadow Road
Prior John, watch maker, 31 Russell Street
Prior Ruth (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Carlisle parade
Public Baths & Laundry (Richard Mugridge, superintendent), Bourne Street
Pudney Mary Jane (Miss), dress maker, 57 St. Mary’s ter
Purfield James, jeweller, & fancy repository, 27 White Rock place
Puttick Thomas, baker, 138 All Saints’ Street
Queen’s Hotel Company (limited) (Mr. William Langley, manager), Robertson terrace
Raby John, lodging house, 1 North terrace, Station Road
Ranger Joseph, lodging houses, 5 & 6 Pelham place
Ranger Maria (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Linton terrace
Ranger Samuel, coffee & dining rooms, 6 Queen’s buildings
Ransom George Edward, fruiterer & confectioner, 30 High st
Ransom John, publisher & proprietor of the ‘Hastings & St. Leonard’s News,’ 44A, George Street
Ransom Thomas, bookbinder, 6 North terrace, Halton
Ransom William, printer, 42 George Street
Ravenscroft Charles Septimus, hair cutter, restorer & perfumer & inventor & manufacturer of hair brushing machines, 33 White Rock place
Reed Edward, clock maker & shopkeeper, Winding Street
Reed Walter, fruiterer & greengrocer, Market place
Reeves George, furniture broker & house agent, 10 & 12 Courthouse Street
Reeves James, furnishing & general ironmonger, smith & bell hanger & gas fitter, 55 High Street
Reeves John, boot & shoe maker & leather seller, 2 & 3 Bank buildings
Reeves Joseph, bell hanger & gas fitter, 93 All Saints’ Street
Reeves Nelson, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 39 High Street
Reiger Mary Ann (Mrs.), dress maker, 2 Trinity terrace
Relfe Hannah (Miss), lodging house, Albert house, Denmark place
Revill William Francis, grocer, 10 Wellington place
Richardson Henry, grocer, 75 All Saints’ Street
Richardson Joel, baker, 70 All Saints’ Street
Robinson Frederick, Angel, 1 St. Mary’s Street
Robinson Mary (Mrs.), Jenny Lind, High Street
Rock & Son, coach builders by appointment to her Majesty, patentees & manufacturers of the dioropha & other improved carriages, 5 & 6 Stratford place, White rock; & at the Crystal palace, Sydenham
Rodgers William, beer retailer, 14 George Street
Rogers John Banting, engraver & lithographic printer, 35 Havelock Road
Rogers William, fruiterer & greengrocer, 36 All Saints’ Street & 24, 25 & 26 Market
Rose Alfred, builder, 2 Caversham villas, Silver hill
Rose Henry, grocer, 20 Meadow Road
Rose Isaac, boot & shoe maker, 4 Dorset pl. St. Michael’s
Ross Patience (Miss), lodging house, 2 Claremont
Rubie Alfred Charles, Royal Standard commercial hotel, Robertson Street
Russell Mary Ann & Caroline (Misses), lodging house, 5 White Rock place
Russell Francis Thomas, builder, 8 St. Andrew’s square
Russell James, lodging house, 2 Croft place
Russell Louis John, baker & confectioner, 34 White Rock pl.
Russell Mary (Mrs,), laundress, 11 Castle terrace
Russell Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 13 Robertson ter
Rust Frederick William, lodging house, 1 St. Michael’s pl.
Sacre George, builder, Audley house, St. Andrew’s Road
Samson Joseph, house agent, assistant overseer & collector of poor rates for All Saints’ parish, 109 High Street
Sargent Benjamin, watchmaker, 67 High Street
Sargent Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Carlisle villas
Sargent Emily (Mrs.), ladies’ trimming warehouse, 62 George Street
Sargent Jane (Miss), lodging house, 3 Cambridge terrace
Sargent Robert, boot & shoe maker, 3 Gloucester cottages, Croft
Sargent Matthew, baker, 3 John Street
Saunders Philip, lodging house, 4 Castle hill
Saunderson Emily (Mrs.), lodging house, 8 Trinity Street
Savery & Son, surgeons, 12 York buildings
Sears Bridget (Mrs.), laundress, 39 High Street
Shackelford Ann (Mrs.), baker, 5 Castle Road, Wellington sq.
Shaw Simeon, beer retailer, Breeds yard
Sheen Cecilia (Mrs.), lodging house, 81 High Street
Shorter John Pitman, solicitor, 43 Havelock Road
Sidney Richard, lodging house, 4 Robertson terrace
Simes Caroline (Mrs.), lodging house, 28 White Rock place
Simmons George & Edwin, bricklayers, Victoria cottage, All Saints’ Street
Sinden Frederick John, lodging house, 1 Marine parade
Sinden George, bricklayer, 88 All Saints’ Street
Sinden Henry, butcher, 42 High Street
Sinden Henry, carpenter, Waterloo place
Sisley Lucy (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Carlisle parade
Sisley Stephen, wheelwright, Bohemia Road
Skinnar Walter Booth, lodging house, 9 Trinity Street
Skinner Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 6 White Rock pl.
Skinner William Edward, assessor & collector of assessed taxes, 6 White Rock place
Slade William, music seller & pianoforte dealer, & depot of the British & Foreign Bible Society & Religious Tract Society, 7 Wellington place
Slater Sarah (Miss}, lodging house, 15 Robertson terrace
Smale Elizabeth (Mrs.), laundress, 28 Albion Street, Halton
Smith Benjamin, boot & shoe maker, 4 York gardens
Smith Charles, architect & surveyor, 7 Havelock Road
Smith Fanny Herbert (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Robertson ter
Smith Frances Mercy (Mrs.), dress maker, 12 Meadow Road
Smith George, lodging house, 8 Bohemia Road
Smith George, shopkeeper, 7 Spring terrace, Bohemia
Smith Isaac, dispenser & dentist for the dispensary, 62 High Street
Smith Joseph, leather seller & boot & shoe maker, Bourne st
Smith Thomas, haberdasher, 20 Wellington place
Smith William, baker & confectioner, 51 High Street
Smith William, dispensing chemist & mineral water manufacturer. 11 Wellington place
Smith William, linen draper, 52 & 53 George Street
Smith William, Wellington inn, Stratford place, White rock
Smither Richard, boot & shoe maker, 127 All Saints’ Street
Smythe Beatrice & Isabella (Misses), ladies’ boarding school, 14 Havelock Road
Snashall Elizabeth (Mrs.), wardrobe dealer, 1 Union Street
Snowdon Robert, homeopathic chemist, & agent for the Foochow Tea Company, 52 Robertson Street & Bohemia rd
Soane Louisa {Mrs.), lodging house, 10 Bedford place
Sorrell John, lodging house, 9 Cambridge terrace
South Eastern Railway Telegraph Company, Railway station, Priory
Southerden Charles, fruiterer & greengrocer, 35 High Street
Southon Richard, inland revenue officer, Burdett place, George Street
Spencer Robert, family draper, silk mercer & undertaker, 58 & 59 High Street
Spray Henry, lodging house, 1 Trinity place
Stace Ann (Mrs,), fishmonger, poulterer & dealer in game, 2 Castle Street
Stace William, fly proprietor, 2 Castle terrace
Stacey Harriet Matilda {Mrs,), private boarding house, 8 Havelock Road
Stacey Frederick, chemist & druggist, 20 George Street
Standen & Forrest tailors, 68 High Street
Standen & Pollard, tailors, 28 Havelock Road
Standen Charles, dairyman, 3 Portland place
Standen John, dairyman, 3 Portland terrace
Standen John, potato salesman, Market place
Starr George, bricklayer, 4 Courthouse Street
Starr Jeremiah, baker, 89 All Saints’ Street
Stevens Henry, coal dealer, All Saints’ Street; residence, 12 St. Mary’s terrace
Stovenson Henry, Rising Sun, Commercial Road
Stickells William, coach builder, 9 Union Street
Stokes Edward, blacksmith, & lodging house, 2 & 3 Marine parade
Stone Edward, tailor, 5 Queen’s buildings
StoneStreet William, hair dresser, 82 High Street
Strange Francis Thompson, hosier & glover, 7 Stratford place, White rock
Streeter Frederick, bread & biscuit baker, 10 Castle Street & 3 Russell Street
Streeter John, baker & confectioner, 26 Robertson Street
Streeter Mary (Mrs.), laundress, 104 High Street
Streeter Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 7 Cambridge terrace
Strickland Edmund, corn merchant, 66 George Street
Stubberfield John, corn dealer, Commercial Road
Stubberfield Thomas, grocer, 1 Spring terrace, Bohemia
Sutton & Co. general carriers (Thomas Williams, agent), 2 West Street
Swain Charles, painter, plumber & glazier, Albion place, West hill
Swain Robert, Jolly Fisherman, East Beach Street
Swain William, lodging house, 1A Carlisle parade
Sylvester Margaret Watkins (Miss), teacher of music, Montpelier house, Caroline place
Tanner Charles, grocer, 41 Bohemia place
Tanner Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 17 White Rock pl.
Tanner John, tailor, 30 All Saints’ Street
Tapp Austin, plasterer, 15 Priory Street
Tarrant Ashton Henry, hat & cap maker, 58 George Street, & 58 Robertson Street
Taught Edward Henry, lodging house, 1 Wellington terrace
Taylor Henry, coal merchant, 10 Stonefield Road
Taylor Thomas, tailor, 8 North terrace, Station Road
Tendall Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 8 Pelham crescent
Thatcher Ellen (Miss), bath proprietor, Pelham baths
Thomas James, fruiterer & greengrocer, 21 Prospect place, St. Michael’s
Thomas John Wesley, photographer, 45 George Street
Thomas Joshua, baker & confectioner, 24 High Street, 15 Castle Street & Pelham arcade
Thompson (Miss Maria) & Sylvester (Miss Sarah Ellen), lodging house, Montpelier house, Caroline place
Thompson Richard, Red Lion, Stone Street
Thorne Thomas, plasterer, 66 St. Mary’s terrace
Thorpe & Coleman, cabinet makers & upholsterers, 78 High Street & Hill Street
Thorpe Benjamin George, linen draper, 10 Robertson Street
Thorpe George Archibald, boot & shoe maker, 21 & 22 George Street & 28 White Rock place, & at 17 Grand Parade, St. Leonard’s-on-Sea.
Thwaites Charlotte (Mrs.), basket & fancy repository, 40 George Street
Thwaites George William, Royal George, Station Road
Thwaites Henry, coal merchant, Castle Road; residence White Rock place
Thwaites James Henry, lodging house, 4 Portland place
Thwaites Jeremiah, pork butcher, 3 George Street
Thwaites Stephen, wood turner, 26 High Street
Ticehurst & Ashenden, surgeons, 41 High Street
Ticehurst Frederick, surgeon, 11 Carlisle parade
Ticehurst Harriet (Miss), lodging house, 11 Caroline place
Ticehurst Henry, music seller, pianoforte & musical instrument warehouse, 21 Havelock Road
Tindall Frederick, grocer, 116 & 117 All Saints’ Street
Tindall Henry, butcher, 108 All Saints’ Street
Tindall John, butcher, Tivoli
Tindall John, fruiterer & greengrocer & fly proprietor, 84 High Street
Tindall Stephen, fly proprietor & lodging house, 5 Cavendish terrace
Titt Mary Ann (Mrs,), private boarding ho. 10 Carlisle parade
Tolhurst Ann (Mrs,), wardrobe dealer, 46 High Street
Tolhurst Tilden, marine store dealer, John Street
Tolhurst William, cowkeeper, All Saints
Torrance James, boot & shoe maker, 13 John Street
Torrance Martha (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 East parade
Towner Thomas, harmonium maker, 1 Waldegrave Street
Tredray John, artist & photographer, 3A, Robertson Street
Tree Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 17 St. Andrew’s Road
Tree John, lodging house, 3 Carlton terrace, St. Andrew’s rd
Tree John, tobacconist, 3 Stratford place, White rock
Trimming Ebenezer, lodging, house, 9 Claremont
Tunbridge John, tailor & registry office for servants, 72½ High Street
Tuppen William, hair dresser, 4 John Street
Turner Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Cobourg place
Turner James, tobacconist, 51½ High Street
Turner Letitia (Miss), ladies’ seminary, 27 Priory Street
Turner Lombe Atthill, milliner & dress & mantle maker, 4 Castle Street
Turner Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, Holloway house, Old London Road
Turner Thomas, Havelock hotel & commercial house, Havelock Road & Robertson Street
Turner Thomas, Tower hotel, Bohemia
Tutt Frederick, boat builder, 97 High Street
Tutt George, yacht & boat builder, 96 High Street & Rock-a-Nore Road
Tutt John, pleasure boat proprietor, 5 Belle vue, West hill
Tutt John Jones, statuary & mason, monuments, tombs & headstones executed with dispatch; drawings & estimates furnished, Middle Street & Station Road
Tutt Thomas, pleasure boat proprietor, 9 High Street
Tutt William, coal meter, Burdett place, George Street
Tyler Emma & Harriet (Misses), 14 Robertson terrace
Tyrell Bellville, beer retailer, 95 All Saints’ Street
Tyrell Henry, watch maker, 24 Castle Street
Underwood & Allen, surgeons, 26 George Street
Upton Edward Joseph, grocer, 6 Albion Street, Halton
Veness George, lodging house, 10 Robertson terrace
Veness George William, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 31 Havelock Road
Veness Henry (Mrs.}, lodging house, 2 Kentish place
Veness James, shopkeeper, Dorset place, St. Michael’s
Veness Joseph, grocer, 121 All Saints’ Street
Verrall Richard, lodging houses, 7 & 8 Pelham place
Vidler Alfred, assessor & collector of land, income & property taxes, South terrace, St. Andrew’s
Vidler Alfred, builder, Bohemia Road
Vidler Frederick, grocer, St. Andrew’s Road
Vidler Henry, boot & shoe maker, 6 Winding Street
Vidler Henry, looking glass & picture frame manufacturer, 2 Queen’s buildings
Vidler Tom, plumber, glazier, painter & decorator, 39 Havelock Road
Vincett James, butcher, 43½ Middle Street
Vincett Walter, butcher, 18 Stone Street
Vine Richard & James, cabinet makers & upholsterers, 34½ High Street
Virden Thomas, stone & marble mason, Old London Road
Voysey, Jeffery & Skiller, architects & surveyors, 24 Havelock Road
Waghorne Thomas, butcher, 14 Castle Street & 27 Robertson st
Wakefield Benjamin, laundress, North terrace, Halton
Walder James, timber merchant, Bohemia Road & Priory st
Walford Mary (Mrs.}, lodging house, 10 Caroline place
Walter Harry (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker, 67 High Street
Walters Edward, engraver & die sinker, 4 Castle Road, Wellington square
Warren Sarah Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Carlisle parade
Waters Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 9 White Rock place
Waters Anna (Mrs.), dyer, 4 George Street
Waters Edward William, fruiterer & greengrocer, 41A, Robertson Street
Waters Fredk. lodging house, Denmark house, Denmark pl.
Waters Jas. Jones, baker & confectioner, 32 White Rock pl.
Watson Arthur Frederick, toy & fancy repository, 60 Robertson Street
Waywood George, boot & shoe maker, 119 All Saints’ Street
Weaver James, trunk & umbrella maker, 37 High Street
Webb John, beer retailer, 9 East Street
Webb John, farmer, Hole farm
Weeden Alfred Thos. private boarding house, 8 Robertson ter
Weeks Henry, tailor, 35 St. Andrew’s Road
Weeks Thomas, tailor, 11 Robertson Street
Welfare Edward, shopkeeper, 137 All Saints’ Street
Wellard George, butcher, 63 George Street
Weller Thomas, fruiterer & greengrocer, 22 Castle Street & Harold conservatory
Wellerd James, pork butcher, 30 George Street
Wellerd William, butcher, 13 Robertson Street
Wells Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 23 Wellington square
Wells Francis Ross, photographer, 52 Robertson Street & Bohemia Road
Wells Lewis, fancy repository, 5 George Street
Wenham Charlotte (Mrs.) & Walter James, Duke of Cornwall, Post Office passage
Wenham Edward, saddler & harness maker, 49 Robertson st
Wenham George, tailor, 7 East Beach Street
Wenman George, pleasure boat proprietor, 3 West Street
West Charles, Anchor inn, & wine, spirit & beer merchant, George Street
West George Evill, teacher of classics & mathematics, 9 Alma terrace, Silver hill
West Thomas, watch maker & jeweller, 15 Robertson Street
Weston Charlotte (Mrs.}, watch & clock maker, 60 High st
Weston John James, haberdasher, Lennox Street, Halton
Weston Nelson, job & posting master, Claremont
Wheeler Jane (Mrs.), pastry cook & confectioner, 17 George Street
Wheeler William, beer retailer, East Beach Street
White Brothers, grocers, 41 George Street
White & Ellis, linen drapers, 54 High Street
White Alfred James, fancy basket maker, 5 Pelham place
White Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Bourne Street
White Ellen (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 East parade
White James, basket maker & cooper, 70 High Street
White John, painter & paper hanger, 8 Winding Street
White Joseph, beer retailer, Bourne Street
White Joseph, fishmonger, Commercial Road
White Mercy (Mrs.), beer retailer, West Street
White Thomas, baker, 3 Bourne Street
White Thomas, linen draper, 43 George Street
White Thomas Mann, baker, 97 All Saints’ Street
Whiteman Edwin, bookseller, stationer & news agent, 52 High Street
Whiteman Spencer, bookseller, stationer & news agent, 9 Castle Street
Whiting Edward, soda water manufacturer, 36 High Street
Whitnall Harriet (Mrs.), lodging house, 8 Carlisle parade
Whittington John, lodging house, 16 Havelock Road
Wicken William, carpenter & joiner, 10 West Street
Wigforth Bertha (Mrs.), hair dresser & perfumer, 50 Robertson Street
Wilkins Benjamin, tobacconist, 47 Robertson Street
Willard George, riding & posting master, 63 High Street
Willett George, ironmonger, Old London Road
Willett Stephen, carman, Lennox Street, Halton
Willett William, Queen’s Head inn, & fly proprietor, East Beach Street
Williams Eliezer, physician, 10 Claremont
Williams Horatio Nelson, miller, West hill
Williams Thomas, agent for Sutton & Co. carriers, 2 West st
Williams Thomas Breeds, baker, 1 Hill Street
Williams William, lodging house, 9 Havelock Road
Willit Richard, chimney sweeper, 19½ West Street
Willshere William, grocer, 35 Bohemia place
Wilmshurst Elizabeth & Jane (Misses), hosiers & glovers, 25 George Street
Wilson Richard Edward, wine & spirit mer. 21 White Rock pl.
Windsor Thomas Bennett, beer retailer, Tivoli
Wingfield George, lodging house, 2 Beach cottages
Wingfield Nicholas, lodging house, 3 East parade
Winser Frederick, grocer, 42½ High Street
Winter & Manser, blacksmiths, Claremont
Winter & Son, coal merchants, Claremont
Winter Frederick, lodging house, 20 White Rock place
Winter George, stone & marble mason, Croft
Winter George Reeves, Hope inn, & builder, North terrace, Halton
Winter Henry, printer, bookseller, stationer, stamp office & post office receiving house, 59 George Street
Winter Nathaniel, bricklayer, 22 Priory Street
Winter Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Beach cottages
Wise Caroline {Mrs.), lodging house, 11 East parade
Wise George William, lodging house, 5 York buildings
Womersley Mary & Selina {Misses), lodging house, Alexandra house, Denmark place
Womersley Alfred Douglas, auctioneer, 12 St. Andrew’s Road
Womersley Charles John, auctioneer, cabinet maker, upholsterer, undertaker & house agent, Harold place
Wood Naomi & Anne (Misses), tea & toy dealers, 37 George st
Wood Alfred Hope, general manager for the Hastings & St. Leonard’s Gas Company, 2 Castle Road, Wellington square
Wood Daniel, boot & shoe maker, 19 All Saints’ Street
Wood Daniel, lodging house, 11 St. Mary’s terrace
Wood Edward Daniel, fishmonger, 7 Winding Street & East parade
Wood Edward Daniel, jun. beer retailer, West Street
Wood George Frederick, grocer, 34 Robertson st. & 47 George st
Wood James, lodging house, 28 Priory Street
Wood John, fishmonger, 23 Castle Street
Wood John Charles, lodging house, Albert house, Middle Street
Wood Rebecca (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Denmark place
Wood William, fruiterer & greengrocer, 61 George Street
Wood William, plumber, glazier & painter, 11 Winding Street
Woodcock John, Prince’s hotel, horse dealer & fly proprietor, South terrace
Woodgate William, lodging house, 10 White Rock place
Woodhams John, lodging house, 17 Wellington square
Woolgar Sarah {Mrs,), shopkeeper, 34 St. Andrew’s Road
Woollett Charles, tailor, 19 High Street
Working Men’s Club & Reading Room (F. Ticehurst, esq. president; Joel Benjamin Jones, esq., vice-president; Mr. Walter Betts, sec.; Mr. Henry Phillips, treasurer; Mr. John Buxton, gen. manager; Mr. Grimes, librarian), Castle rd
Yates John, watch & clock maker, 21 Meadow Road
Yates Julia (Mrs,), lodging house, 31 Wellington square
Yorke Frederick, lodging house, 3 St. Andrew’s square
Young Charlotte (Miss), lodging house, 13 White Rock place
Young William Blackman, solicitor, 80 High Street


Acklom Mrs. Swiss cottage, Belmont
Adkin Mrs. 3 Croft
Allen Bryan Holme, esq. 9 East parade
Amoore Mrs. 7 Croft place
Andrew Miss, 3 High Street
Andrews Rev. William Ryton, M.A. East Hill place
Andrews Mr. Wm. 48 St. Mary’s ter.
Armstrong Mr. William, Wellington cottage, Tackleway
Ashdown Mr. Henry William, 19 Wellington square
Ashdown Mr. William, 19 Wellington sq.
Ashenden Charles, esq. 41 High Street
Ashwell Mr. Thomas, 3 Wellington ter
Atkinson Mr. Benjamin, 6 Trinity st.
Austin Miss, 1 Portland place
Austin Mr. William, 2 Shornden villas
Ayers Mr. John Breaks, 9 High Wickham
Ayles Mr. Charles Cave, 2 Priory Garden villas, Bohemia Road
Aylward Mr. Thomas John, 9 South terrace, Halton
Bailey Misses, 55 Havelock Road
Baker Mrs. 5 Linton terrace
Baldwin Miss, 4 High Street
Ballard Mr. Geo. Henry, 11 Quarry ter
Bambrick Mr. John, 2 Montpelier, Halton
Banks Mrs. Barwon villa, Mount Pleasant Road
Banks Mr. Peter, 5 Portland terrace
Barbet Miss, Barwon villa, Mount Pleasant Road
Barham Mr. Henry, 5 Middle Street
Barker Rev. William [Baptist], 3 Exmouth place
Barnard John Wyatt, esq. M.D. Montague house, Wellington square
Barnes John W. esq. High Wickham
Bartlett Miss, St. Andrew’s Road
Barton Mrs. 7 East Street
Baxter Mrs. 1 Portland terrace
Beeching John, esq. 1 Croft
Bendall Mrs. Castle house, Castle down
Benn Mr. Alfred. 43 St. Mary’s terrace
Benn Mrs. 43 St. Mary’s terrace
Bennett Rev. William Bennett, M.A. 5 Exmouth place
Beresford Mrs. 5 Croft
Binns Miss, 55 St. Mary’s terrace
Bishop John, esq. 7 Croft
Blaber Mrs. 4 Bellevue, West hill
Boger Geo. Turtliff, esq. 7 Robertson ter
Bonniwell Mrs. 2 Priory Garden villas, Bohemia Road
Bonniwell Mr. William Cave, 2 Priory Garden villas, Bohemia Road
Borrow Miss, 117 High Street
Bourner Mrs. 1 Portland place, Halton
Boyes Miss, West Hill cottage, Exmouth place
Bragge Mr. Nathaniel, West Hill villa
Braye Mr. James Hardwick, 45 Wellington square
Breakenridge Miss, 2 Pelham crescent
Breeds Mr. James, 23 High Street
Breeds Mrs. Commercial Road
Bret Rev. Thos. 1 Glen view, Belmont
Brett Mr. Josiah, Castle cottage, Wellington square
Bret Misses, 1 Glen view, Belmont
Brice Mr. John, 115 High Street
Brien Mrs. 7 Castle Down terrace
Bright Misses, Ivy cot. Old London Road
Brisco Wastel, esq. J.P. Bohemia house
Brooke Robert, esq. 42 St. Mary’s ter
Broughton Lieut.-Col. Spencer Delves, 1 Halton villas
Browning Mrs. 4 Castle Down terrace
Budd Mrs. G. C. Castle Cliff house, Castle hill
Bullen Capt. Robert, R.N. 49 St. Mary’s terrace
Bunyard Mr. Charles, 29 Havelock Road
Burfield Miss, 91 High Street
Burfield Mrs. Charles, 8 High Street
Burfield Mrs. James, 1 George Street
Burn Mrs. T. H. 10 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Busk Miss, Egerton lodge
Butler William, esq. 1 Carlisle villas
Calder James Alexander, esq. 13 Quarry terrace
Carr Misses, 46 Wellington square
Carter Misses, 52 St. Mary’s terrace
Cathcart Lady, 4 Carlisle parade
Chapman Mrs. 2 High Wickham
Charlton Rev. Charles Dennis, M.A. 33 St. Mary’s terrace
Clement George, esq. Silver Hill farm, & 4 Pelham place
Clift Mr. Charles, 6 South ter. Halton
Clift Mr. George, 1 Cobourg villas, Cobourg place
Close Mr. Ephraim, 5 Alma terrace, Silver hill
Close Misses, 5 Alma terrace, Silver hill
Coad Mr. William Richard, Canton house, Station Road
Cole Thomas Holwell, esq. M.A. 1 Linton terrace
Coleman Mr. Charles, The Tower, West hill
Collin Mrs. Cassino, Belmont
Cooke Mr. Richard, Providence house, Tackleway
Cooper Miss, 50 St. Mary’s terrace
Cotton Mrs. 3 Reculvers, Old London rd
Coughlan Miss, 2 St. Michael’s place
Coussens Mrs, 108 High Street
Cowgill William, esq. 1 Quarry terrace
Cracknall Miss, 3 Belle vue, West hill
Crosbie John, esq. Belmont villa
Cross Mr. Alfred, 1A, Linton terrace
Crosse Rev. Thomas Francis, D.C.L. 12 Carlisle parade
Crouch Miss, 6 Church Street
Cull Mr. Robert John, Hill cottage, Exmouth place
Currie Mrs. 117 High Street
Dabney Mr. William, Rose villa, Bohemia place
Dalton Charles Winnell, esq. 14 Quarry terrace
Davis Mrs. West Hill Lodge
Day Mrs. 62 St. Mary’s terrace
Day Mr. Samuel, 7 South terrace, Halton
Dean Mrs. & Miss, 42 Havelock Road
Deeks Chas. Edwd. esq. 12 Quarry ter
De Medewe Daniel Charles, esq. 22 Havelock Road
Dickinson Morris, esq. 33 Havelock Road
Dinsdale Mr. James, 36 St. Mary’s ter
Dodd Mrs. Euston cottage, Halton
Dolby Mr. James, 10 High Street
Donne Mr. John, 45 St. Mary’s terrace
Donne Misses, 45 St. Mary’s terrace
Dowsett Mr. James, 38 High Street
Dugdell Mrs. The Briers, Old London rd
Duke Mrs. Walter, 6 Cambridge terrace
Duly Mr. John, 1 Cavendish terrace
Dunk Mr. Henry, Harpsichord house, West hill
Dunt Mr. James, 10 Croft
Dunwell Mr. Henry, Infirmary, White Rock
Elworthy Mr. Thomas, 5 Cornfield terrace, Bohemia
Emary Mr. Albert, 56 St. Mary’s terrace
Emary Mrs. Mary, 21 St. Mary’s terrace
Emary Mrs. & Miss, 11 Wellington sq.
Ewbank Misses, 10 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Fenner Rev. David [Baptist], Ebenezer house, East hill
Field Edmund, esq. 5 High Wickham
Field Mrs. 2 Glen view, Belmont
Fishbourne Rev. James Culbert [Baptist], East Hill lodge
Fisk Rev. John Hammond, B.A. East Cliff house
Flemming Mr. George Alexander, 2 Belle vue, West hill
Forbes Mrs. 3 Quarry terrace
Forster Rev. John, 2 Quarry terrace
Foyster Rev. George Alfred, M.A. All Saints’ rectory
Foyster Rev. Henry Brereton, M.A. St. Clement’s rectory
Fuller Mrs. 4 Croft place
Furminger Mrs. 1 Rose Hill villas, Halton
Fyfe Mrs. 2 Pelham crescent
Gabb David Hoadley, esq. 18 Wellington square
Gallop Mr. John, Spring house, Wellington terrace
Gant Mr. Francis George, South terrace, St. Andrew’s
Gant William John, esq. 11 Havelock rd
Gardiner Mrs. 13 Havelock Road
Garrett Charles Bodenham, esq. M.D. 41 Havelock Road
Gausden Mr. Charles Henry. Silver Hill villa
Ginner Will esq. J.P. 45 High Street
Gosling Mr. William, All Saints’ cottage
Gray Mr. George Godfrey, 24 Wellington square
Green Mr. Richard, 4 Cornfield terrace, Bohemia
Greene Mrs. 2 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Greenhill William Alexander, esq. M.D. 2 Carlisle parade
Gregory Capt. Cave, R.N. 2 Croft
Grenside Charles Allan, esq. 46 St. Mary’s terrace
Grenside John. esq. J.P. 36 Wellington sq.
Grenside Misses, 36 Wellington square
Griffin Rev. James [Independent), Rusholme lodge, Belmont
Griffin Miss, Infirmary, White rock
Griffin Mrs. 2 Castle Down terrace
Griffiths Mr. Samuel, Albion cottage, Cobourg place
Grist Mr. Charles, 45 Havelock Road
Growse Robert, esq. 9 Wellington square
Gutsell Samuel, esq. 40A. High Street
Guy Mr. John Baker, 82 High Street
Gwinnell Miss, 2 Glen view, Belmont
Habershon Edward, esq. Beaulieu
Hales Misses, 5 Exmouth place
Hallaway Mr. William, 2 Wellington terrace
Halsted Col. William, 3 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Hammond Henry Samuel, esq. 9 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Harcourt Col. Edward William, J.P. 5 Robertson terrace; & at Nuneham park, xfordshire
Harding Rev. John [Calvinist], Tuscan villa, Old London Road
Hart Mrs. Campbell cottage, Tackleway
Harwood Mr. Ainslie, 46 Havelock Road
Hawkins Mrs. F. J. Wilderness cottage, All Saints
Hayles Edward, esq. J.P. Fairlawn, Belmont
Hayward Edward, esq. 63 St. Mary’s terrace
Heather Mrs. 10 High Wickham
Hester James Torry, esq. 6 Havelock rd
Hickes Thomas, esq. J.P. 1 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Hide Mr. Thos. Sansum, 26 Meadow rd
Hoar Mrs. 16 Meadow Road
Holman Joseph, esq. Garden cottage, High Street
Hooker Miss, 5 South terrace, Halton
Howard Miss, 22 Wellington square
Howell Mr. John, 50 Havelock Road
Huggett Mr. Joshua, 6 Portland place
Hunter Mr. Ebenezer Cullen, 4 Cambridge terrace
Hutchins Mr. William, 4 Cobourg pl
Inskipp Mrs. 6 Trinity place
Jackson Miss, 4 Reculvers, Old London Road
Jeffery Mr. Albert Wilson, 24 Havelock Road
Jenkins Mrs. Parade cottage
Jesse John, esq. 10 Quarry terrace
Johnson Mrs. 3 Trinity place
Johnston David Graeme, esq. Annandale house, High Wickham
Jolly Mr. John, 28 St. Mary’s terrace
Jones Joel Benjamin, esq. 2 White Rock place
Keen Mr. Richard, 53 Havelock Road
Kelland Mrs., Minness Rock villa, High Wickham
Kew Mrs. 115 High Street
Kilburn Edward Dunbar, esq. 9 Robertson terrace
Langham Frederick Adolphus, esq. 2 Priory houses, Bohemia Road
Langham James George, esq. 1 High Street
Langham Mrs. 10 Cambridge terrace
Lansdell James, esq. 15 Wellington square
Lawrence Mrs. 17 St. Andrew’s square
Lawrence Mrs, 41 St. Mary’s terrace
Lee Mrs. & Miss, Whitefriars’s house, West hill
Lenden Rev. H. P. Penrhyn lodge, West hill
Lindridge Mr. George, 5 Shorndon villas, Bohemia
Linney Mr. John, Rock house, West hill
Livingston Mrs. 3 Belle vue, West hill
Loft Misses, 3 Castle place
Longley Miss, 5 Belle vue, West hill
Lowther Mrs. 4 High Street
Lutwidge Misses, 2 Wellington square
Mackness Mrs. 22 Wellington square
Marsh Misses, 13 Havelock Road
Meadows George, esq. 32 Havelock rd
Mempes Mrs. 44 Havelock Road
Midgley Mr. John, 3 Trinity villas
Mills Mr. John, 24 St. Mary’s terrace
Mills Mr. Thomas, 2 Cobourg villas, Cobourg place
Moore Daniel, esq. 79 High Street
Moore George, esq. M.D. 1 Priory houses, Bohemia Road
Morris George James, esq. 6 Castle Down terrace
Morrison Peter, esq. Portland house, Croft
Mott Charles Frederick, esq. 12 Havelock Road
Moulton Mr. George Edward, Exmouth House, West hill
Nash Robert. esq. 9 Pelham crescent
Nayler Mr. Robert, 4 Trinity villas
Neale Mrs. & Miss, 43 Wellington sq.
Neame John Austin, esq. 2 Halloway place, Old London Road
Nevill Thomas, esq. 30 Wellington sq.
Noone Edward, esq. C.E. Floral cottage, Halton
Norris Mrs. 16 All Saints’ Street
North Frederick, esq. M.A., J.P. Hastings lodge; & at Rougham, Norfolk
North Miss, Croft
Norwood Mrs. 28 Wellington square
O’Neill John Gower, esq. 1 Bank building’s
Overbury Mrs. 37 St. Mary’s terrace
Page Mrs. 47 Wellington square
Pakeman Mr. William, 5 Portland place
Pardoe Mrs. 6 Carlisle parade
Parker Mr. Thomas Emery, 4 Exmouth place
Parkin Rev. John, M.A. Halton parsonage
Paton Miss M. 16 Wellington square
Payne Coventry, esq. 14 Marine parade
Pearch Mr. James Henry, 38 St. Mary’s terrace
Pearch Mrs. 35 St. Mary’s terrace
Peers Miss, 30 St. Mary’s terrace
Peers Miss Susan, 53 St. Mary’s terrace
Philcox Mr. Godfrey, 2 Rose Hill villas, Halton
Phillips John, esq. Old roar
Phillips Miss, Hill Street
Phillips Mrs. 5 Exmouth place
Piper Mr. James, 9 Bedford place
Piper Miss, Elm lodge, Old London Road
Polhill Mrs. 2 Exmouth place
Porter Rev. William, 8 Croft
Porter Miss, 5 Cambridge terrace
Purssglove Mr. Thomas, 101 All Saints’ Street
Putland Mr. James, 1 South ter. Halton
Ransom Mr. Fredk. 44 St. Mary’s ter.
Ransom Mrs. 2 York buildings
Reade Mrs. 25 Wellington square
Reeves Mr. Henry, 54 All Saints’ Street
Reid Miss, 98 High Street
Rice William McPherson, esq. 2 Reculvers, Old London Road
Richards Rev. George, D.D. 10 Havelock Road
Richardson Mr. Alfred, 1 Carlton terrace, Halton
Richardson Mrs. 4 Castle terrace
Richmond Miss, 4 Shornden villas, Bohemia
Robertson Miss, Halton house
Robertson Patrick Francis, esq. M.P., J.P. Halton house; & at 7 Pall mall, s.w., & Carlton & Conservative clubs, London s.w
Robilliard Mrs. 2 Linton terrace
Rock Mr. James, sen. 7 Bedford place
Rock Mr. William, 2 Portland place
Roe Lieut. Richard, R.N. Government house, Marine parade
Ross Thomas, esq. J.P. 1 Claremont
Routh Mr George, 11 High Wickham
Rylands George, esq. 3 Linton terrace
Sage Misses, 99 High Street
Salaman Mr. Simeon Kensington, 2 Bedford place
Salmon Mr. John, 8 Bedford place
Samworth Mrs. Brooklands
Sargent Mr. George, 37 St. Andrew’s rd
Sargent Mrs. 13 Wellington square
Savery John, esq. 12 York buildings
Sayer Misses, Marine parade; & at Holly grove, Chailey, Lewes
Scrivens George, esq. J.P. Pelham place
Scrivens William, esq. 113 High Street
Sealy Mrs. 33 Wellington square
Selmes Mr. Stephen, 23 St. Mary’s ter.
Shaddack Mrs, 1 Wellington square
Short Mrs, Mill Hill lodge, West hill
Shorter John Pitman, esq. 43 Havelock rd
Simmons Mr. Mark, 8 Hill Street
Simmons Mr. Thomas, 107 All Saints’ st
Skiller Mr. William, 24 Havelock Road
Small Miss, Halton house
Smith Lady, 19 Robertson terrace
Smith Charles, esq., 7 Havelock Road
Smith Mr, Isaac, 62 High Street
Smith Misses, Devonshire cottage, Old London Road
Smith Miss, 2 Halton villas
Smith Mrs. 25 St. Mary’s terrace
Smith Mrs. Masters, 1 Castle Down ter
Smith Mr. Wm. Castle view ho. West hill
Spencer Mr. Joseph Huntley, 6 High Wickham
Spencer Mr. Robert, 6 High Street
Stace Mr. Samuel, 6 Marine parade
Standen Mr. William, Croft cottage
Stanley Mrs. Mill Hill cottage, West hill
Starling Matthew James, esq. 8 Shorden villas, Bohemia
Stephens Henry, esq., Sunny bank, Old London Road
Stewart Rev. Halley, Norman house, Claremont
Stewart John, esq., West Hill house
Stone Miss, 3 Carlton terrace, Halton
Stonham Misses, 8 Wellington square
Streeter Mr. William, 2 Trinity villas
Strickland Mr. Edmund, 3 St. Michael’s place
Strickland Misses, 40 High Street
Strong Mr. John, 42 All Saints’ Street
Stubbs Eli West, esq. Laurel villa, Old London Road
Style Charles Donald, esq. 2 Wellington pl.
Styles Mrs. 1 Wellington place
Sutton Mrs. 35 St. Mary’s terrace
Talbot Rev. Wm. [Wesleyan] 6 Bedford pl.
Tanner Rev. Thomas Edward, High Wickham
Taylor Mrs, 2 Gloucester place
Theed Mrs. & Miss, 6 Shorden villas, Bohemia
Thompson Misses, 6 Castle hill
Thompson Mrs. H. & Miss, Hadley house, High Wickham
Thorp Mr. John, 4 Alma ter. Silver hill
Thorpe Mr. George Archibald, 4 Croft
Thrupp Miss, 2 Gloucester place
Thrupp Mrs. 2 Gloucester place
Thwaites Mr. Henry, 14 White Rock pl.
Ticehurst Frdk. esq. J.P. 11 Carlisle parade
Tree Mrs. 2 North terrace, Station Road
Tutt Mrs. 132 All Saints’ Street
Tutt Mr. Thomas, 1 Bellevue, West hill
Underwood John esq. M.D. 26 George st
Venables Mrs. & Miss, 29 Wellington sq.
Vickery Miss, 3 High Wickham
Vine Mr. James, Hastings villa, All Saints’ Street
Vores Rev. Thomas, M.A. St. Mary’s lodge, West hill
Waddelow Joseph, esq. 34 St. Mary’s ter
Waldegrave Countess of, The Mansion
Waldegrave Lady Elizabeth, The Mansion
Watson Miss, 32 St. Mary’s terrace
Watson Mrs. 2 Hope cottages, Halton
Webb Misses, 3 Priory Garden villas, Bohemia Road
Wellerd Mrs. 30 St. Mary’s terrace
Wellington Mr. Charles, 1 Montpelier, Halton
Wenban Mr. Thomas, 47 St. Mary’s terrace
Whelpton George, esq. 42 Wellington sq.
Whistler Misses. Lower Croft cottage
White Col. Robert Dennis, Shornden Villas, Bohemia
Whitlock Mr. Reuben Lee, 8 York bldngs
Wiggins Matthew, esq. 40 Wellington sq.
Wilkinson Mrs. 2 Carlton terrace, St. Andrew’s Road
Williams Eliezer, esq., M.D. 10 Claremont
Williams Mr. Horatio Nelson, 8 High Wickham
Willsher Mrs. 5 Trinity villas
Wilmot Charles, esq. Rutland house, Bohemia Road
Wilson Mr. Percival Lea, 6 Bellevue, West hill
Wilson Richd. Edwd. esq. 8 Quarry ter
Wimble Mrs. 100 High Street
Winter Mr. George, 19 White Rock pl.
Winter Mr. James, 4 Cavendish terrace
Winter Mr. William, 2 Meadow Road
Wood Mr. Alfred Hope, 39 St. Mary’s terrace
Woodroffe Mr. John, 64 High Street
Woods Mr. John, 18 St. Andrew’s Road
Woodyatt Rev. Edward, 44 Wellington sq.
Wraythorpe Mr. Richard, Norton villa, Hill Street
Wrenn Mr. John, Prospect ho. East hill
Wyatt Henry Earley, esq. Mount Pleasant house
Yeoman Mrs. 1 Gloucester place
Young William Blackman, esq. 41 Wellington square


St. Leonard’s dates its origin from 1828: it contains an archery ground, public gardens, libraries, baths, assembly-rooms, and a commodious railway station belonging to the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Company. There was scarcely a house in the whole parish of St. Leonard’s until 1828, when James Burton, Esq., of the Regent’s-park, London conceived and carried out the plan of forming this now fashionable watering-place, and for that purpose purchased the beautiful valley from the Eversfield estate. On the 1st of March, 1828, the first stone was laid, and buildings rose rapidly. In 1832 Mr. Burton obtained an Act of Parliament for “better watching, lighting, &c., &c., the town of St. Leonard’s-on- Sea.” The church of St. Leonard, situate on the Marina, is a plain Gothic structure, with nave, chancel and square tower, and was erected in 1831, for which Mr. Burton also obtained an Act of Parliament, the ancient parish church having, it is supposed, been washed away by the sea. The living is in the gift of the Rev. W. Tilson Marsh, M.A., and held by the Rev. Samuel Hadden Parkes, M.A., of Jesus College, Cambridge. Christ church, situated in the London-Road, is in the Gothic style, consisting of nave, sanctuary, north aisle, and bell turret, and will seat about 600, all free: it is in the gift of, and held by, the Rev. Charles Lyndhurst Vaughan, M.A. St. Mary Magdalen church is situated in the Norman-Road-east: it consists of nave, chancel, side aisles, and square tower, in the Early English Style: it is in the gift of the Bishop of Chichester, and held by the Rev. William Wheler Hume, M.A. The Episcopal Chapel of St. Matthew, Tivoli, was built by the Rev. John Cumberlege, B.D., and is his private property: it was opened on the 16th of May, 1861. The Congregational church, which was opened in October, 1863, stands at the junction of the London Road (leading from St. Leonard’s to Battle and London), and the Pevensey Road, St. Leonard’s; it is a Gothic building, which cost about £9,000; Messrs. Habershon, Spalding & Brock, 37 Bedford square, London, were the architects; it is a very handsome building of a clear sandstone from Ore, near Hastings (the stone was the gift of Thomas Spalding, Esq., of Ore Place, Hastings); the outside is rough rustic; the windows are of Bath stone and a beautiful clear stained glass: the nave is 91 feet by 29 feet, and the roof is supported by five iron columns, from which spring timber arches, the spandrils being filled in with cut tracery, and two aisles 91 feet by 11 feet each, clerestory lights and slides for ventilation; a beautiful gallery and platform or pulpit at the northern end of the church of wainscot: the roof is open timbered, stained dark oak and varnished, and looks remarkably light, elegant and airy. The seats, also of stained and varnished deal, will accommodate 850. The church has a double front entrance through the tower, which with the spire is 130 feet high. Underneath the church is a large schoolroom, 80 feet by 51 feet, used often as a lecture hall. Minister, the Rev. Andrew Reed M.A., son of the late Andrew Reed, D.D., founder of Earlswood Asylum, &c. &c. An archery society was established in 1833, which, in 1834, obtained the patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty, who, with her Royal Highness the late Duchess of Kent, passed some months at St. Leonard’s in the same year. The success of St. Leonard’s-on-Sea led to building outside the boundary of the town, and there is now an uninterrupted line of houses reaching to Hastings Old Town. The Quarry House is the residence of Sir Woodbine Parish, K.C.H. The Royal Victoria and South Saxon are good hotels here.

BUNGER HILL is one mile north-east; HASTINGS FILSHAM, 2 miles north-west.



Sub-Postmaster.- James Dorman, Royal Victoria library, Parade

The letter box is cleared as follows:- Time of closing box. For what Mail closed. 8. 5 a.m. * London, Brighton & Lewes day mail 11.35 a.m. * London & through, & St. Leonard’s & Hastings 9.30 p.m. London & cross post night mail

  • These mails do not exist on sundays

Money orders are granted & paid at this office from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily; on Saturdays till 8 p.m.


Albert Life, Putland & Son, 7 London Road
British Equitable Life, James Page, 13 Norman Rd. West
Church of England Fire & Life, William John Rodda, 3 Western Road
City & County Fire & Life, Andrew Munro, 3 Norman Road East
Commercial Union Fire & Life, William Savery, 1 Norman Road East
County Fire, William Pain Beecham, 14 Warrior Square
Crown Life, F. W. Rust
Gresham Life, George Johnson, 47 Norman Road West
Guardian Fire & Life, Charles Henry Gausden, 48 Marina
Lancashire Fire, James Page, 13 Norman Road West
Law Property Life, Charles Henry Gausden, 48 Marina
Liverpool & London & Globe, C. N. Norris, 1 Norman Road East; T. West, Preston house, West Marina
London Assurance, J. Dorman, Parade
Midland Counties Fire, Putland & Son, 7 London Road
Mutual Life, Robert Kent, 46 Norman Road West
Norwich Union Fire & Life, John Oliver Davis, 1 Eversfield Place
Pelican Life, C. T. How & Co. 44 Marina
Phoenix Fire, C. T. How & Co. 41 Marina
Plato Glass Insurance & Mutual Life Association, Thomas Brandon Brett, 28 Norman Road West
Reliance, Aaron Sellivan
Royal Fire & Life, John Kenwood, Mercatoria
Scottish Commercial Fire, Thomas Elworthy, 15 Norman Road West; Charles John Batstone, 29 Gensing Station Rd.
Scottish Equitable Life, Charles Musgrave Norris, 1 Norman Road East
Scottish National, L. A. Turner, 4 Castle Street
Sovereign Life, W. Russell, 13 Norman Road East
Standard Life, John G. O’Neill
Star Life, Charles Hollebone & Son, 10 Grand Parade


Assembly Rooms, Henry Beddoes, agent
Coast Guard Station, Bopeep, John Nicholas Mundy, commanding officer
Eversfield Library & Reading Rooms, Butler & Beagley, 3 Eversfield Place
Fire Engine Station, Mercatoria, William Glenister, superintendent
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Club, Assembly rooms, George Scrivens, esq. treasurer
London, Brighton & South Coast & South Eastern Railway Booking Offices, at the Royal Victoria hotel, & 1 Eversfield Place
London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Station, Bopeep, Thomas Wise, station master; Alfred Comber, goods’ clerk
Mechanics’ Institute, Norman Road West, Alfred Burton, esq. president; John Davis &; Arthur Neve, hon. secs
Police Station, Mercatoria, Wm. Glenister, superintendent
Queen’s Royal St. Leonard’s Archery Grounds, Richard Beaney, keeper
Royal Baths, Marine parade, George Parker
Royal Victoria Library & Reading Rooms, James Dorman, Parade
South Eastern Railway Station, Peter Descou, station master
Subscription Gardens, Henry Beddoes, agent
Telegraph Offices, South Coast & South Eastern railway station, & at Royal Victoria library, Marine parade; James Dorman, agent
Temperance Hall Working Men’s Reading Room, Norman Road West, Richard Bengley, sec


Assistant Overseer for St. Mary Magdalen, Benjamin Tree, 16 Norman Road West
Collector of Income Tax for district of St. Leonard’s, William Edward Skinner, 6 White Rock place
Collector of Assessed & Income Taxes for the out bounds of St. Leonard’s, Richard Lamb, St. Leonard’s green
Collector for the Improvement Commissioners of St. Leonard’s, Joseph Yarroll, 21 East ascent, & John Bayley, 26 George Street, Hastings
Commissioner for taking Oaths in the Stannaries of Cornwall & Devon, William Pain Beecham, 14 Warrior sq.
Commissioner for taking Oaths in Chancery and all Common Law Courts, William Pain Beecham, 14 Warrior Square; & Charles Musgrave Norris, 1 Norman Road East
Perpetual Commissioners for taking Acknowledgements of Married Women, William Pain Beecham, 14 Warrior Square; & Charles Musgrave Norris, 1 Norman Road East
Vestry Clerk for St. Mary Magdalen, William Savery, 1 Norman Road East


St. Leonard’s Church, Rev. Samuel Hadden Parkes, M.A. incumbent
St. Mary Magdalen Church, Rev. Wm. Wheler Hume, M.A. incumbent
St. Matthew Episcopal Chapel, Tivoli, Rev. John Cumbelege, B.D.
Christ Church, London Road, Rev. Charles Lyndhurst Vaughan, M.A. incumbent
Congregational Church, London Road, Rev Andrew Reed, B.A. minister
Presbyterian Chapel, Silver hill
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Gensing Road
Wesleyan Chapel, Norman Road West
St. Thomas of Canterbury (Roman Catholic) Chapel, Magdalen Road, Rev. John Foy, priest
All Soul’s Convent, Magdalen Road, Mrs. Cornelia Connolly, superioress, Rev. Thomas Richardson, chaplain


National, Mercatoria, John Gibson, head master; William Ingledew, second master; Miss. Sarah Gibson, head mistress; Miss Phoebe Hall, second mistress; Miss Fanny Tindall, infant mistress
National (St. Mary Magdalen), Magdalen Road, William Gandy, master; Mrs. Charlotte Gandy, mistress; Miss Fanny Davis, infant mistress
Roman Catholic
Christ Church (infant), Alfred st, Miss Fanny Davis, mistrs St. Matthew’s (mixed), Bohemia, Mrs. Mary Avis, mistrs


Brett’s St. Leonard’s & Hastings Gazette, published every saturday (Thomas Brandon Brett, proprietor & publisher), 28 Norman Road West
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Advertiser, published every thursday (James Dorman, proprietor & publisher), Royal Victoria Library, Parade


Royal Victoria hotel, John Starkey, Marina
South Saxon hotel, William Vaughan, Grand Parade

For Coaches & Carriers, see HASTINGS


Aberdeen Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 16 Church Road
Absolom William, lodging house, 55 Marina
Acraman Wm. Henry, professor of music, 31 Robertson Street
Adams John, linen draper, 11 Norman Road East
Adey Charles Augustus, physician, 1 East Ascent
Alce Mary (Miss), shopkeeper, 4 Market Street
Allen Mary Ann (Miss), lodging house, 15 Marina
Allen Thomas, lodging house, 26 & 30 Eversfield Place
Ancell William, lodging house, 55 Warrior Square
Anderton Jane (Miss), lodging house, Stanley house, London Rd
Andrews Frank George, linen draper, family mourning, millinery & boot & shoe warehouse, 31 Norman Road West, & at Bexhill
Annakin John, lodging house, 7 Verulam Place
Armstrong Alfred, oil & colour man, 42 Norman Road West
Arnold Joseph, wine, spirit & beer merchant, & sole agent for Guinness’s extra stout, 18 Grand Parade, & at Pelham Arcade, Hastings
Austin & Allen, fishmongers, poulterers & dealers in game, 9 South Colonnade, Marina
Avery Edward, fly proprietor, 3 Gensing Road
Avery George (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Verulam Place
Avis & Roe, builders, Wellington Road, Tivoli
Axford Charles John, surgeon, 49 Marina
Baines William, lodging houses, 34 Eversfield Place; 36 Warrior Square, & Gladstone house, West hill
Baker Henry Moor & Co. family grocers, italian warehousemen & house agents, 1 Verulam Place
Baker Joseph, dairyman, 4 Fountain Place
Baker Stephen, lodging house, 137 Marina
Balcombe Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 18 Gensing Road
Baldwin Edwin, family draper & silk mercer, 1 London Road, & at 23 White Rock Place Hastings
Ball Edward, wheelwright, Tivoli
Banks Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 9 St. Margaret’s Place
Banister Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 St. Margaret’s Ter
Barchard Rebecca (Miss), lodging house, 9 West Hill Ter
Barnard William Vincent, professor of music, 9 Magdalen Road
Barnes George, hair dresser, 4 Norman Road West
Barnett James, Tivoli tavern, Tivoli
Barr Charlotte (Mrs.), lodging house, 79 Marina
Barrett Henry, boot & shoe maker, 2 St. Clement’s Place
Bashford William, coach builder, 15 Alfred Street & South Street
Batstone Alfred Henry, builder, Wellington Road, Tivoli
Batstone Charles John, upholsterer & undertaker, 29 Gensing Station Road
Batterbury Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 6 Verulam Place
Beaney Eliza (Mrs.), lodging house, 21 Marina
Beaney, James, agent for the Blind Association, 5 Norman Rd.
Beaney Thomas, coach builder, 3 Melbourne pl. Western Road
Beek Alfred, grocer, 41 Marina
Beck William, baker, 6 East Ascent
Beddoes Henry, house agent, South lodge
Beecham William Pain, solicitor & notary, 14 Warrior Sq.
Beeching & Co. bankers (branch office from Hastings), (C.T. How & Co. agents), 44 Marina
Begbie Hannah (Mrs.), lodging house, 38 Eversfield Place
Bell Samuel, shopkeeper, 44 North Street
Bellamy George, plasterer, 2 Gensing Station Road
Bennett Ann & Mary (Misses), preparatory school for young gentlemen, St. Margaret’s Terrace
Bennett Ellen (Mrs.), Marina inn, Caves Road
Bensted Ellen (Miss), lodging house, 50 Marina
Besant James, lodging house, 3 St. Margaret’s Place
Bickle & Stoneman, linen drapers & outfitters, 44 & 45 Norman Road West
Bishop Alfred, marine store dealer, 22 Shepherd Street
Bissenden John, lapidary, 1 Marina
Blakeley Catherine (Mrs.), lodging house, Clarence house, West Hill
Blakiston Peyton physician, 5 Warrior Square
Blundell Thomas Leigh, physician, 12 Warrior Square
Blyde Eliza (Miss), lodging house, 49 Eversfield Place
Body Mary (Miss), lodging house, 8 St. Margaret’s Place
Boning Robert, artist & photographer, 10 Verulam Place
Boorman Edwin, butcher, 35 Norman Road West
Bosten Joseph, lodging house, 34 Warrior Square
Boswood Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 9 Eversfield Place
Bovington George, lodging house, 26 Magdalen Road
Bowerman George, lodging house, 121 Marina
Bradshaw David, lodging house, 26 Marina
Bray John, grocer, 1 Sussex Road
Bray S. (Miss), lodging house, 3 Prince’s Road
Brett James, dairyman, 7 Mercatoria
Brett Thomas Brandon, printer, stationer, bookseller, news agent, & publisher of ‘St. Leonard’s & Hastings Gazette,’ 28 Norman Road West
Brett’s St. Leonard’s & Hastings Gazette, published every Saturday (Thomas Brandon Brett, proprietor & publisher), 28 Norman Road West
Bridgeland George, bricklayer, 27 Gensing Station Road
Brissenden Maria (Mrs.), lodging house, 22 Marina
Britt Henry Edward, grocer, 9 North Street
BRoadhurst Harriet (Mrs.), milliner, 12 Norman Road West
Brown Frederick, grocer, 2 North Street
Brown Mary (Miss), lodging house, 134 Marina
Burg Karl, ornamental & commercial printer & stationer, 30 Gensing Station Road
Burgess John William, bricklayer, 27 North Street
Burguieres Philippe Julien, professor of the French language & literature, 2 Maze hill
Burton Gent, lodging house, 36 Eversfield Place
Butler & Beagley, booksellers, stationers, news agents, Eversfield library & reading room, 2 & 3 Eversfield Place
Buttenshaw Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 11 Warrior Square
Button Sarah (Miss), lodging house, 64 Eversfield Place
Callaway William, lodging house, 11 Eversfield Place
Campbell Frederick, Railway inn, Gensing Station Road
Cansdell Sarah (Miss), lodging house, 5 St. Margaret’s Ter.
Capell Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Prince’s Road
Catt Adelaide (Mrs.), lodging house, 24 Marina
Chadwick Jane (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Warrior Square Ter.
Chandler Henry, plumber, glazier & painter, 3 South Colonnade, Marina, & 16 East Ascent
Chaney Ellen (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Gensing Terrace
Chapman Charles, dairyman, 23 North Street
Chapman James dairyman, 6 Gensing Road
Chapman John, lodging house, 62 Eversfield Place
Cheal Isaiah, lodging house, 43 Eversfield Place
Cheal Lavinia (Mrs.), lodging house, 12 Grand Parade
Chenning Catherine (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Stanhope Place
Chester 8amuel, jun. wholesale & family grocer, provision & egg merchant, 12 East Ascent
Chester Sydney Burke, grocer, 24 Norman Road West
Chester Thomas, shopkeeper, 14 Western Road
Church Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 12 & 14 Eversfield Place
Clark Charles, civil engineer, 67 Eversfield Place
Clark Hannah (Mrs.), laundress, Gensing station Road
Clements Frederick, lodging houses, 62 & 102 Marina
Cloake John George, baker, 8 Silver Hill Terrace
Cockburn Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 17 Grand Parade
Coleman Henry, lodging house, 48 Eversfield Place
Coleman Richard, lodging house, 6 Stanhope Place
Collins Harriet (Mrs.) lodging house, 114 Marina
Cook S. J., M. F., & M. (Misses), ladies’ boarding school, Lulworth House, London Road
Cooper John, lodging house, 87 Marina
Cooper S. M. (Miss), lady-superintendent of Hastings & St. Leonard’s Home for Invalid Ladies, Catherine house
Cope Charles, bookseller, stationer & printer, 4 Norman Rd. East
Cornelius John, Nag’s Head, Gensing Road
Couchman Frederick, pork butcher & greengrocer, 20 London Road
Cramp Ann (Mrs.) laundress, 33 Norman Road West
Cramp Elizabeth (Mrs.), laundress, 14 Norman Road East
Crisford Mary Ann (Mrs.), grocer, 22 London Road
Cronk William, lodging house, 32 London Road
Croswell Harriet (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Verulam Place
Crump Tom Holt, lodging house, 60 Eversfield Place
Cruttenden & Son, plumbers, glaziers, & house decorators, 22 & 24 Gensing Station Road
Cull Robert, Prince Albert, North Street
Custard Walter Goss, teacher of the pianoforte, 114 Marina
Cuthbert George, glass & china dealer, 36 & 37 Norman Road West
Davis John, family grocer & wine merchant, 2 South Colonnade, Marina
Davis John Oliver, chemist & druggist, 1 Eversfield Place
Davis Robert, fly proprietor, 16 Marina
Davison Charles lodging house, 25 Gensing Station Road
Davies Edward Vinall, plumber, glazier, painter & house decorator, 7 Eversfield Place & 28A, Gensing Station Road
Dawes Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 7 Eversfield Place
Dearing Louis, butcher, 38 Norman Road West
Denring Penelope, (Mrs.), laundress, 31 London Road
Delves James, lodging house, 12 Magdalen Road
Deneulain Fanny (Miss), lodging house, 133 Marina
Deudney Robert, farmer & grazier, Gensing house, Upper Maze Hill
Dickson Robert, lodging house, Cambridge house, Gensing Station Road
Dive Harriet (Miss), ladies’ boarding school, Charlton house, Oxford Terrace, Magdalen Road
Dobell Mark, cabinet maker & paper hanger, 1 Cross Street
Dorman James, Royal Victoria library & pianoforte saloon, bookseller, stationer, printer & news agent, Parade
Down Henry, lodging house, 9 Warrior Square Terrace
Draper William, miller, St. Leonard’s mill
Drury James, cabinet maker, 5 Undercliff
Duff Rev. Charles, boarding & day school for young gentlemen, Highbury house, Edward Road, Church Road
Duke David, dining rooms, 15 & 17 London Road
Dunne John, physician, 5 Grand Parade
Edgar A. F. & E. (Misses), ladies’ boarding school, 53 Marina
Edwards Eliza (Mrs,), lodging house, 45 Marina
Eldridge Charles, fly proprietor, 6 Gensing Terrace
Eldridge John, baker & confectioner, 20 Norman Road West
Ellis Phoebe (Mrs.), berlin wool & toy dealer, 5 Norman Road East
Elliott James, B.A. gentlemen’s boarding school, 3 Challingsworth Place, West Hill
Elphick Thomas, shopkeeper, 4 Cross Street, Warrior Square
Elworthy Thomas, architect & surveyor, 15 Norman Road West; residence, 5 Cornfield Terrace, Hastings
Emary James & Co. wine & spirit & bottled beer merchants, 21½ Marina; & at 8 Breed’s Place, Hastings
English David, baker & confectioner, 8 North Street
English Eliza (Mrs.), laundress, 13 North Street
Ernsting Frederick Augustus, tailor & draper, 3 London Rd
Everest Edward, lodging house, 9 Gensing Terrace
Eversfield Estate Office (Francis H. Fowler, architect; Andrew Munro, surveyor), 3 Norman Road East
Farncomb Charles & Edward, farmers, Filsham Farm
Field Samuel, grocer, 21 Norman Road West
Filmer Edwin, grocer, 10 Gensing Road
Fisher Caroline (Miss), lodging house, 53 Eversfield Place
Fisher Caroline (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Church Road
Fisher Kate (Miss), lodging house, 54 Eversfield Place
Fisher Stephen, beer retailer, 9 Lavatoria
Foord Charles, beer retailer, 34 Norman Road West
Foord William, fishmonger, 4 Shepherd Street
Foster Eliza, Charlotte & Emily {Misses), dress makers, 7 Silver Hill Terrace
Foster Frederick William, writing & drawing master, 135 Marina
Freelove Jeremiah, chimney sweeper, 5 Market Street
Freeman William, Warrior’s Gate, Norman Road West
Friederich Ulrich, lodging house, 25 Eversfield Place; & at 5 Carlisle Parade, Hastings
Friend Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 West Hill Terrace
French Henry Mark, bathing machine proprietor, & lodging houses, 22 & 23 East Ascent & 1 Undercliff
French Thomas, shopkeeper, 2 Western Road
Fuggle Charles & Caroline (Mrs.), boot & shoe makers, 1 Market Terrace
Fuller Ruth (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 East Ascent
Gamman Charlotte (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Gensing Terrace
Gardiner Thomas, tobacconist, 30 Norman Road West
Gausden Charles Henry, auctioneer, appraiser, house & estate agent & undertaker, 48 Marina
Gibbons Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Verulam Place
Gilford M. A. & C. L. (Misses), ladles’ boarding school, St. George’s villa
Gillett Ann & Ruth (Misses), lodging house, 23 Marina
Gillham Eliza (Mrs.), lodging house, 51 Eversfield Place
Gloss Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 16 Warrior Square
Goldsmith George, lodging house, 52 Eversfield Place
Gorring Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 24 Warrior Square
Gorringe John, farmer, Pebsham Farm
Gower Samuel, greengrocer, Tivoli
Gower Walter, lodging houses, 16 Undercliff & 73 Marina
Gray Martha (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 West Hill Terrace
Green Alfred, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 22A, London Road
Hale Robert Douglas, physician, 26 Grand Parade
Hall Joseph, plumber, glazier & painter, 19 East Ascent
Hambly Thos. Dodridge, lodging house, 3 St. Margaret’s Terrace
Harman Edwin, builder, 53 Warrior Square
Harman James, baker, 6 Shepherd Street
Harman Richard, lodging house, 2 Prince’s Road
Harman William, lodging house, 21 Eversfield Place
Harman William, lodging house, 20 Warrior Square
Harmer Hiram, lodging house, 34 London Road
Harmer Tilden, lodging house, 21 Magdalen Road
Harris James, pork butcher, 23 London Road
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Advertiser, published every Thursday (James Dorman, publisher & proprietor}, Royal Victoria Library
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Club (George Scrivens esq. treasurer), Assembly rooms
Hastings & St. Leonard’s Home for Invalid Ladies (Miss S. M. Cooper, lady superintendent), Catherine ho
Hatchett Edward Henry, lodging house, 45 Eversfield Place
Hatchman James William, lodging house, 68 Marina
Hayward George William, lodging house, 34 Marina
Hayward James, paper hanger, 1 Melbourne pl. Western rd
Hayward Richard, lodging house, 19 Grand Parade
Haywood William, paraffin lamp & oil dealer, 13 Gensing Road; & at 87 High Street, Hastings
Hebden William, lodging house, 66 Warrior Square
Hempsted & Co. chemists & druggists, 14 Grand Parade
Henley Amelia (Mrs.), lodging house. 4 West Ascent
Hepworth Kitty (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Stanhope Place
Hewett Edward, brewer & spirit merchant, Shepherd Street & London Road
Hibberdine Mary (Miss), lodging house, 2 Magdalen Road
Hill John, Duke of York, Union Road
Hillary Charles, lodging house, 74 Marina
Hopkins Samuel, builder, 144 Marina
Hopkins Sarah (Mrs) lodging house, 144 Marina
Hollebone Charles & Son, tailors, 10 Grand Parade
Honiss Kezia (Mrs.), lodging house, 52 Marina
How Charles Thomas & Co. coal, ale & porter merchants, 44 Marina
Hughes Charles, lodging house, 12 Stanhope Place
Hughes Henry, builder, contractor & brick & tile manufacturer, 14 East Ascent & Mercatoria
Hughes John, boot & shoe maker, 43 North Street
Hunt Eliza (Mrs.) lodging house, 54 Warrior Square
Hutchings Ann (Mrs.), Albert inn, Undercliff
Hutchings John, tailor, 8 Norman Road West
Hutchinson Harriet (Mrs.), milliner & dress maker, 7 Western Road
Hutchinson John, lodging house, 3 Victoria Road
Hutchinson Priscilla & Sydney (Misses), lodging house, 37 Eversfield Place
Hyland & Smith, milliners & dress makers, 28 London Road
Inskipp Walter (Mrs.), lodging houses, 55 Eversfield Place, & at 3 White Rock Place, Hastings
Invalid & Industrial Kitchen (Mrs. Ann Eccardt, superintendent), Albert House, Cross Street, Warrior Square
Jackson Edwin, lodging house, 136 Marina
Jackson Philip, family grocer, Italian warehouseman, & house agent, 15 Grand Parade & 2 Saxon Road
Jacob Frederic Kirby, professor of the pianoforte, 122 Marina
James (Misses), home for gentlemen’s children, 3 West Hill Terrace
Jarvis Frances (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Grand Parade
Jenks William, Fountain inn, Fountain Place
Jervis Robt. Haynes, hair dresser & fancy repository, 37 Marina
Job Joseph H. watch & clockmaker, 8 South Colonnade, Marina
Johnson George, chemist & druggist, 47 Norman Road West
Johnson Thomas Allen, lodging house, 19 Magdalen Road
Jones Sarah Maria (Miss), lodging house, 111 Marina
Jones William, lodging house, 20 East Ascent
Jordan Thomas, saddler & harness maker, 1 Market Street
Kennard John Debock, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 22 Norman Road West
Kent Robert, naturalist, 13 London Road
Kenward George, boot & shoe maker, 6 Norman Road East & 5 St. Clement’s Place
Kenwood John, builder, contractor, brick maker &c. 5 East Ascent
Kenwood John, cabinet maker, upholster, decorator & furnishing undertaker, Mercatoria
Kimpton James, paper hanger, 4 St. Clement’s Place
King George, slater, Wellington Road, Tivoli
Kirkby Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 4 Magdalen Road
Kitt Catherine (Miss), lodging house, 10 St. Margaret’s pl.
Knight Annie (Mrs.), lodging house, 130 Marina
Knight James, plasterer, 35 London Road
Knowles William, lodging house, 7 Gensing Station Road
Lacaille Arman Philip, professor of french, 1 Archer Terrace, St. Leonard's Green
Lamb James, wheelwright, 5 Silver Hill Terrace
Lamb Richard, wheelwright, carpenter & undertaker, St. Leonard's Green
Lawrence Charlotte (Mrs.), lodging house, 23 Warrior Square
Lecieux Rene, lodging house, 21 Grand Parade
Le Fevre John, lodging house, 56 Eversfield Place
Leigh Hannah (Mrs.), lodging house, 7 Gensing Road
Lester John William, job, posting & riding master, Melbourne mews, Western Road; residence, 28 Eversfield pl.
Lewis Louisa (Miss), lodging house, 18 Magdalen Road
Linton George, beer retailer, 32 North Street
Lock Charles, lodging house, 39 Warrior Square
London & County Joint Stock Bank (John Gower O’Neill, esq. manager; James Dorman, agent), Royal Victoria Library, Parade; draw on head office, London
Lulham Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 86 Marina
Lu1ham Henry (Mrs.) lodging house, 42 Eversfield Place
Lye Robert, glass & china dealer, 42 Marina
McCowen James, fancy repository, 10 Norman Road East
Mace Mary (Miss), lodging house, 7 Grand Parade
Macrone Jonathan, professor of music, 33 London Road
McVicar John, tobacconist, 27 London Road
Maggs Samuel Blount, pharmaceutical chemist, 36 Marina
Maleski John Paul, professor of languages, 2 Maze Hill Terrace
Manley William, lodging house, 29 Norman Road West
Mann Charlotte (Mrs.), furnishing & general ironmonger, 7 East Ascent
Mann James, gas fitter, 17 Gensing Road
Marchant Jesse, blacksmith, St. Leonard's Green
Marsh Elijah, shopkeeper, 11 Mercatoria
Martin James, fruiterer & greengrocer, 6 London Road
Mastermann John, lodging house, 2 St. Margaret’s Terrace
Matthews Mary Ann (Miss), lodging house, 24 Eversfield pl.
Mayhew Matilda (Miss), lodging house, 20 Magdalen Road
Mechanics’ Institute (Alfred Burton, esq. president; John Davis & Arthur Neve, hon. secs.), 40 Norman Road West
Miller Benjamin, lodging house, 22 Warrior Square
Miller Charles, coffee & dining rooms, 25 East Ascent
Miller Henry, boot & shoemaker, 8 Shepherd Street
Miller Sophia (Mrs.), lodging house, 29 Marina
Miller Stephen Peter, lodging house, 28 Gensing Station Road
Mitten John, boot & shoe maker, 1 Union Road
Moon James, family grocer & tea dealer & baker, 127 Marina
Moppett James, hosier, 4 Eversfield Place
Morley Henry, British hotel, St. Clement’s Place
Morris Edward, fruiterer & nurseryman, 4 London Road
Morris Wm. bookseller, stationer & newsagent, 9 East Ascent
Moss Hannah (Mrs.), lodging house, 59 Marina
Mulhearn John Thomas, lodging house, 28 Warrior Square
Munday Russell, plumber & glazier, 1 St. Clement’s Place
Munro Andrew, surveyor for the Eversfield estate, 3 Norman Road East
Murdoch Henry, dairyman, 7 Melbourne Place, Western rd
Murray John. jun. watch maker & jeweller, 21 Marina
Murray William, tobacconist, 2A, London Road
Nash Goodwin, lodging house, 141 Marina
Nash William, Old England tavern, London Road
Nelson Mary (Miss), lodging house, 44 Warrior Square
Neve Albert, lodging house, 10 Stanhope Place
Neve Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, 9 Undercliff
Neve Sarah Elizabeth (Mrs.), plumber, glazier & painter; 6 & 7 Norman Road West
Newnham Jesse, baker & confectioner, 24 London Road
Niven Jane (Mrs.), lodging house, 118 Marina
Noakes George, blacksmith, Bopeep
Novis William, boot & shoe maker, 11 Lavatoria
Offen James Edward, ironmonger, 3 Norman Road West
Overton Catherine (Mrs.), seminary, 2 Archer Terrace, St. Leonard's Green
Overton Thomas, artist, 2 Archer Terrace, St. Leonard's Green
Page James, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 13 Norman Rd. west
Page Thomas Henry, South of England dyeing & scouring works, 23 Gensing Station Road
Pain Charles, veterinary surgeon, 7 Gensing Terrace
Pain Richard, saddler & harness maker, London Road
Painter Emily (Miss), teacher of music, 113 Marina
Palmer Eliza (Mrs.), Norman hotel, Norman Road East
Palmer William, marine store dealer, 4 North Street
Parks Newton & Albert, butchers, 10 South Colonnade, Marina
Parks Charles (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 Undercliff
Parks Henry, butcher, 4 South Colonnade, Marina
Payne William, Terminus hotel, Bopeep
Pears Mary Ann (Mrs.), toy dealer, 19 London Road
Peirce Amelia (Miss), lodging house, 28 Grand Parade
Pelling John, terra cotta & pottery manufacturer, Tivoli pottery works
Penhall John Thomas, surgeon, 5 Eversfield Place
Pennells George, chimney sweeper, 15 Gensing Road
Pennington Henrietta (Miss), ladies’ boarding school, 32 Marina
Perrin Elizabeth (Mrs.), grocer, Wellington Road, Tivoli
Perry John, lodging house, 12 St. Margaret’s Place
Peters Alfred, baker & confectioner, 9 London Road
Peters Bernard, watch maker & jeweller, 2 Norman Rd. East
Phillips Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 17 Marina
Philpot Charles, boot & shoemaker, 1 Norman Road East
Philpot William, linen draper, 38 Marina
Pilbeam Bathsheba (Mrs.), berlin & fancy repository, 27 Norman Road West
Pilbean Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 66 Eversfield Place
Pierce Elizabeth (Mrs.), laundress, 25 London Road
Plummer John William, lodging house, 126 Marina
Pollard Frederick, bookbinder, 9 Gensing Road
Porter Annie (Mrs.), boarding house, 26 Norman Road West
Porter Frederick, linen draper, milliner & mantle warehouse, 26 Norman Road West
Potten George, Horse & Groom, Mercatoria
Price Thomas, fishmonger & poulterer, 7 South Colonnade, Marina
Price Thomas, jun. fishmonger, 2 Gensing Road
Proctor William, lodging houses, 50 & 62 Warrior Square, 11 Warrior Square Terrace & 19 Eversfield Place
Pulford Walter, shopkeeper, 26 North Street
Putland & Son, coal & timber merchants, 7 London Road
Putland Henry Rufus, furnishing & general ironmonger, gas fitter, brazier, tin plate worker & bar iron merchant, 41 Norman Road West
Puttock George, lodging house, 6 Grand Parade
Quin George, lodging house, Milton villa, West hill
Randall Thomas, lodging house, 60 Warrior Square
Ranger James, Plasterers’ Arms, & blacksmith, South st
Ranger Thomas, grocer, 37 London Road
Ranger William, lodging houses, 32 & 33 Eversfield Place
Ransom Robert, surgeon dentist, 3 Verulam Place
Raven Martha (Mrs.), lodging house, 13 Magdalen Road
Reynolds Francis, dining rooms, 18 London Road
Richardson Elizabeth (Mrs.), private boarding house, 15 St. Margaret’s Place
Rising Louisa (Mrs.), professor of music & singing, South lodge
Roberts Cecilia (Mrs.), laundress, 8 Gensing Terrace
Roberts Henry, lodging house, 9 Gensing Station Road
Roberts Thomas Reynolds, lodging house, 84 Marina
Robinson Thomas, builder & undertaker, 20 Grand Parade & North Street
Rodda William John, builder & contractor, 3 Western Road
Rolfe Ebenezer, lodging house, 18 East Ascent
Rose Moses, boot & shoe maker & shopkeeper, 39 London Rd
Royal Baths (George Parker, manager), Parade
Russell William Henry, tailor, 13 Norman Road East
Sadler & Buller, bricklayers, Western Road
Saunders George, beer retailer, Mews Road, East Ascent
Savery & Norris, solicitors, 1 Norman Road East
Savery John Charles, surgeon, 27 Marina
Seaman Elizabeth (Mrs.), private boarding house, 28 Magdalen Road
Sellman Aaron, watch maker & jeweller, 39 Norman Rd. west
Semark Mary (Mrs.), St. Leonard's Arms, London Road
Sewell Jeremiah, fly & invalid chair proprietor, 3 South st.
Shakespeare Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 9 Warrior Sq.
Sharp George, stone & marble mason, 29 London Road
Sharpe Eli, bread & biscuit baker, 28 Alfred Street
Shaw Archibald Richard, M.D. homeopathist, 33 Marina
Shaw Caroline (Mrs.), lodging house, 25 Marina
Sheather & Jenner, boot & shoe makers, 3 Mercatoria
Sheather Henry, Bull Inn|Bull inn, Bulverhithe
Sidney Richard, lodging house, 40 Warrior Square
Sinden Harriet (Mrs.), laundress, 5 Gensing Road
Sinden Samuel, dairyman, 5 Gensing Road
Skinner John & William, job & posting masters, livery stable keepers & corn merchants, Eversfield mews, Western Road & Sussex mews, Marina
Skinner John, riding, job & posting master, patronised by their R.H. the Prince & Princess of Wales, Harold Mews, East Ascent
Slatter Albert, artist in wax flowers, & lodging house, 6 Eversfield Place
Smedley & Sons, jet & marble ornament manufacturers, 10 Verulam Place
Smith Edgar, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 26 London Road
Smith Edward, butcher, 3 North Street
Smith Elizabeth (Miss), stationer, & fancy repository, 13 South Colonnade, Marina
Smith Henry, lodging house, 28 Marina
Smith Henry, lodging house, 11 Stanhope Place
Smith Henry, lodging house, 11 Western Road
Smith James, hair dresser, 2 Market Street
Smith James, railway contractor, 1 Stanhope Place
Smith Mary (Miss), lodging house, 11 East Ascent
Snelling John, beer retailer, 9 Melbourne Place, Western rd
Sparke John, fly proprietor, & lodging house, 27 Eversfield pl.
Spray James, grocer, Tivoli
Stanford & Lockett, milliners, 9 Norman Road East
Stanford George (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Grand Parade
Stanford George, tailor & hatter, 48 Marina & 10 Verulam pl.
Stapley Charles, fly proprietor, 2 Melbourne pl. Western rd
Stapley Charles, veterinary surgeon, 14 London Road
Starkey John, importer of wines & spirits, bottled beer merchant & omnibus & fly proprietor, Royal Victoria Hotel, Marina & 1 Eversfield Place
Starkey John, Royal Victoria family hotel & posting house, Marina
Starnes Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, 29 Eversfield Place
Starnes Richard, fruiterer & greengrocer, 2 Norman Road West
Steel Thomas, lodging house, 63 Eversfield Place
Stevens Henry, stone mason, 6 Gensing Station Road
Stevenson John, beer retailer, Shepherd Street
StoneStreet & Stace, milliners & dress makers, 25 Norman Road West
Sparks Philip, fruiterer & nurseryman, 10 East Ascent
Streeter Mary (Mrs.), laundress, 2 Union Road
Strickland William, butcher, 14 Gensing Road
Stubberfield Samuel, lodging house, 66 Marina
Stubberfield Solomon, shopkeeper, 9 Silver Hill Terrace
Stubberfield Winifred (Mrs.), family grocer & wine merchant, 11 London Road
Talbott Trayton, butcher, 21 London Road
Tapp Frederick, plumber, painter & glazier, l North Street
Tavenor Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 7 St. Margaret’s Terrace
Taylor Alexander, Coach & Horses, Mews Road, East Ascent
Taylor James, livery stable keeper, 19 Norman Road West & Royal Victoria mews
Taylor William, market gardener, 9 Norman Road West
Temperance Hall Working Men’s Reading Room (Richard Bengley, secretary), Norman Road West
Tendall Joseph, reporter for ‘Hastings & St. Leonard’s Chronicle, & lodging house, 35 Eversfield Place
Terry Charles, carpenter, 8 Gensing Road
Terry George, shopkeeper, 10 London Road
Tester Richard, poulterer, 5 London Road
Tew William, carpenter & joiner, 18 Shepherd Street
Thomas Alfred, blacksmith, 10 Shepherd Street
Thomas Horace, chemist & druggist, 14 South Colonnade, Marina
Thomson Frank, teacher of music, 7 St. Margaret’s Place
Thorp Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 20 Grand Parade
Thorp John, photographer, 20 Grand Parade
Thorpe Geo. Archibald, boot & shoe maker, 17 Grand Parade
Thorpe Thomas, lodging house, 40 Warrior Square
Tinley William Samuel, grocer, & lodging house, 12 Norman Road East & 32 Warrior Square
Tolliday Thomas, tailor, 43 North Street
Tomlin Alfred (Mrs.), lodging houses, 22 & 23 Eversfield pl.
Tompsett Henry (Mrs.), lodging house, 18 Grand Parade
Tottenham Rev. John White, M.A. gentlemen’s boarding school, Archery Villas
Towner Edward, lodging house, 10 Gensing Terrace
Tree Benjamin, assistant overseer of St. Mary Magdalen, 16 Norman Road West
Tree Frederick, coal merchant, 16 Norman Road West
Tresham John Chapman, lodging house, 48 Warrior Square
Trollope Thomas, surgeon, 35 Marina
Trye James (Mrs.), lodging house, 83 Marina
Tunbridge John George, fruiterer & greengrocer, 11 Norman Road West
Turner George Brown, M.D. surgeon, 3 Warrior Square
Vanlinschooten Peter, cabinet maker, 7 Stanhope Place
Vann Daniel, lodging house, 67 Marina
Vann Thomas, lodging houses, 10 Eversfield Place & 30 & 31 Marina
Vaughan William, South Saxon hotel & posting house, 13 Grand Parade
Veness Ann (Mrs.), laundress, 12 North Street
Verney Wm. pastry cook & confectioner, 16 London Road
Verrall William, boot & shoe maker, 25 North Street
Vidler Richard Thomas, cook & confectioner, 5 South Colonnade, Marina
Vidow Thomas, Anchor, East Ascent
Vine Charles, baker, 2 Mercatoria
Viner Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house, 29 Grand Parade
Viner William James, lodging house, 4 Grand Parade
Waghorne Aubrey, butcher, 7 Norman Road East
Walker Richard, beer retailer, 2 South Street
Wall John, boot & shoe maker, 32 Norman Road West
Walter Ann (Mrs.), fruiterer & greengrocer, 6 South Colonnade, Marina
Walter Thomas, tailor, 4 Market Terrace
Waters Egbert, tailor, 6 Undercliff
Wells Francis Ross, photographer, 13 East Ascent
Wells Richard, lodging house, 66 Marina
West Thomas, lodging house, 143 Marina
Whatman John, fruiterer & greengrocer, 41 London Road
White James (Mrs.), private boarding ho. 13 Eversfield pl.
White Randall, lodging house, 76 Marina
Whitfield James, lodging house, 129 Marina
Whittaker Charles, artist, 12 South Colonnade, Marina
Willard Stephen Howland, ironmonger & gas fitter, 1 Mercatoria
Williams Thomas William, leather cutter, 11 Gensing Road
Williamson William Thomas, plumber & glazier, house, sign & decorative painter, 1 Western Road
Wilmshurst George, tailor, 17 Norman Road West
Wilson Robert James, surgeon, 24 Grand Parade
Winter Ann (Miss), lodging house, 44 Eversfield Place
Winter James, lodging house, 128 Marina
Winter John, carpenter & joiner, 11 St. Margaret’s Place & London Road
Wise Frances (Miss), ladles’ seminary , 4 Gensing Station rd
Wise John, academy, & teacher of music, 3 Western Road
Wise Stanley Leopold, pianoforte tuner, 11 Gensing Station rd
Wise Thomas, station master, London, Brighton & South Coast railway station, Bopeep
Wood George, painter, glazier & paper hanger, 6 Gensing Station Road
Wood John, builder, 1 Gensing Station Road
Wood William, boot & shoe maker, 23 Norman Road West
Woodgate Anna Maria (Mrs.), lodging house, 12 Undercliff
Woodgate Elizabeth (Miss), lodging houses, 19 & 20 Marina
Woodgate Samuel, builder, undertaker, house agent & appraiser, 18 Marina & Mercatoria
Woods Frederick Rayner, lodging house, 50 Eversfield Place
Wrangham George, lodging house, 4 St. Margaret’s Place
Wrench Charles, lodging house, 10 Grand Parade
Wrenn Alfred, boot & shoe maker 12 Gensing Road
Wright & Page, coal merchants, Shepherd Street
Yarroll Joseph, collector for the improvement commissioners, 21 East Ascent


Adams Rev. Edward Charles, M.A. The Lindens, Upper Maze hill
Adey Charles Augustus, M.D. 1 East ascent
Airey Miss, 25 Magdalen Road
Akers James Ramsay, esq. Mountfield, Upper Maze hill
Anderson Mrs. 4 The Uplands
Arnold Mr. Joseph, 12 Church Road
Asquith Mrs. 10 Gensing Station Road
Austin Misses, 5 Maze hill
Axford Charles John, esq. 49 Marina
Babington Miss, 7 St. Margaret’s place
Bacchus Mrs. Allegria, Quarry hill
Bairdsmith Mrs. Greenhay, Up. Maze hill
Baker Henry Sherston, esq. 2 Park villas
Baker Mrs. l Magdalen Road
Barnes Pemberton, esq. Quarry cottage
Bartelle Mrs. 17 Church Road
Bartleet Lionel, esq. 4 Maze hill
Bartleet Mrs. 4 Maze hill
Bartlett Rev. John Spencer, 3 Princes rd
Beadel Mrs. & Misses, Brooklands, Upper Maze hill
Beagley Mr. Richard, 11 Church Road
Beaumont Mrs. 1 Warrior Square ter
Beddoes Mr. Henry, 14 Stanhope place
Beecham William Pain, esq. 8 Magdalen Road
Bezeth Martin, esq. Fairleigh, The Mount
Bickle Mr. Benjamin, Norley house, Gensing Station Road
Birch-Wolfe Mrs. 4 Warrior Square
Bishop Miss Abergeldie, Silver hill
Blackden Frederick Chalfont, esq. 7 Warrior Square terrace
Blakiston Douglas Yeoman, esq. J.P. 24 Magdalen Road
Blakiston Peyton, esq. M.D., F.R.S. 5 Warrior Square
Bleazby Miss, 10 Church Road
Bleazby Rev. William, 10 Church Road
Blencowe Rev. T. M.A. 146 Marina
Bligh Hon. & Rev. E. V. 103 Marina
Blundell Thomas Leigh, esq. M.D. 12 Warrior Square
Bonus Mrs. & Misses, 56 Warrior Square
Borton John, esq. Burlington house, West hill
Bourne Mrs. 3 East Street
Bowerbank James Scott, LL.D., F.R.S. 2 East ascent
Bradley Rev. William Windham, M.A. 101 Marina
Braham Mrs. 80 Marina
Brandram Francis Holles, esq. Rose mount
Breach Mr. -, 10 Warrior Square ter
Bridgeman Miss, Albert house, Cross Street, Warrior Square
Bright Mr. Edward Saul, 3 Magdalen Road
Brown Henry Alexander, esq. 72 Marina
Brown Misses, 4 Oxford terrace, Magdalen Road
Brown Mrs. 4 Oxford ter. Magdalen rd
Brown Mrs. & Misses, West Hill lodge
Browne Mrs. & Miss, 27 Grand Parade
Bryant George, esq. 5 Oxford terrace, Magdalen Road
Buckland Mrs. 4 Magdalen villas
Burgess Misses, 1 West Hill terrace
Burgess Mr. Thos. 25 Norman Road West
Burgess Mr. William, 12 London Road
Burguieres Phllippe Julien, esq. 2 Maze hill
Burton Alfred, esq. J.P. 64 Marina
Burton Decimus, esq. The Cottage, Maze hill
Burton Miss, 5 West hill
Butler George, esq. Wallands lodge, Silver hill
Cameron John, esq. 1 Clyde Villas. West hill
Capper Rev. John Langford, B.A. 1 Challingsworth place, West hill
Carey Miss, 3 Prince’s Road
Carey Mrs. 8 East ascent
Cattell Mrs. 3 Blomfield terrace
Caulfleld Henry Cope, esq. Clone house, Upper Maze hill
Chance Henry, esq. 2 Warrior Square ter
Chester Misses, 120 Marina
Chester Mr. Samuel, jun. 15 East ascent
Clark Mr. Charles, 67 Eversfield Place
Clay Mrs. & Miss, 42 Warrior Square
Clifton Miss, 33 Warrior Square
Close Miss, 3 Church Road
Clutterbuck Miss, 25 Grand Parade
Colt Mrs. 60 Warrior Square
Colpoys Rev. James Adair Griffith, M.A. 9 Maze hill
Comefford Mrs. 51 Marina
Connolly Mrs. All Souls’
Cooper Joseph Sidney, esq. Church villa, Church Road
Cooper Miss S. M. Catherine house
Cooper Mrs. A. 6 Warrior Square ter
Cooper Mrs. & Miss, 1 Maze Hill terrace
Copestake Sampson, esq. 8 Grand Parade
Cotton Miss, 40 Marina
Coventry Mrs. Spring Hill villa.
Coward Mrs. & Miss. 62 Warrior Square, & Ouseley lodge, Old Windsor
Cowie Mrs. 38 Warrior Square
Crake Vandaleur Benjamin. esq. J.P. The Highlands
Cripps Mrs. & Miss, 8 Verulam place
Cruckshanks Miss, 3 Gensing Station rd
Cumberlege Rev. John. B.D. Tilsworth lodge, Silver hill
Cunningham Miss, 1 Magdalen villas
Dacre Miss, 3 West ascent
Dancer William, esq. l Hillesden villas
Davis Mr. John, 24 East ascent
Davis Miss, 21 Church Road
De Grahl Mons. 3 Prince’s Road
De Quincy Miss, Greenhay, Up. Maze hill
Deudney Miss, 3 West ascent
Dewar Misses, 5 The Uplands
Dickson Vice-Admiral Sir William, 7 The Mount
Dive Miss, Charlton house, Oxford terrace, Magdalen Road
Dobson Thomas, esq. Norfolk villa, West hill
Dorman Mr. James, 5 The Lawn
Downes Misses, 6 Maze hill
Dresser Miss, 6 Warrior Square terrace
Drew Rev. George Smith, M.A. l45 Marina
Duff Rev. Charles, Highbury house, Edward Road, Church Road
Dundas Robert, esq. 105 Marina
Dunne John, esq. M.D. 5 Grand Parade
Dutton William Henry, esq. R.N. 5 Blomfield terrace
Dyneley Misses, Gensing lodge, Upper Maze hill
Dyne William, esq. 30 Magdalen Road
Eldridge Miss, 57 Eversfield Place
Elliot Hon. Mrs. Gilbert, 1 The Uplands
Elliott James, esq. B.A. 3 Challingworth place, West hill
Elliott Mrs. & Misses, 27 Warrior Square
Elphinstone Lady, 4 The Lawn
Faulconer Mrs. & Misses, 4 St. Margaret’s terrace
Fermor Miss, 41 Eversfield Place
Field Mrs. 11 Maze hill
FitzRoy Francis Charles, esq. 57 Marina
Fowler Francis H. esq. 2 St. Margaret’s pl.
Foy Rev. John [Roman Catholic], 1 Princes Road
Frankfort de Montmorency the Viscountess, 123 Marina
Fullarton Mrs. Col. Cowper vil. West hl
Fuller Neston Joseph, esq. 8 Warrior Square terrace
Garbutt Charles Overend, esq. 6 Warrior Square terrace
Gibson Mr. John, Mercatoria
Giesler Miss, 10 The Lawn
Gill Capt. Harry, R.N. 2 Victoria Road
Gipps George, esq. Tower house, Upper Maze hill
Goepel Mr. Philip, 124 Marina
Golding Mrs. 27 Warrior Square
Goodale Mrs. 10 Maze hill
Goodwin Mrs. 26 Gensing Station Road
Gray Mrs. 2 West ascent
Greenwood Miss, 20 Church Road
Greenwood Mrs. 20 Church Road
Grey Mrs. Malcolm Peth, Up. Maze hl
Hale Robert Douglas, esq. M.D. 20 Grand Parade
Hall William Henry, M.D. 7 Church rd
Hammond Major, 16 Magdalen Road
Hancock Major-Gen. Hy. 2 The Uplands
Hancock Misses, Holmwood lodge
Hannah Robert, esq. 138 Marina
Harford Charles Richd. esq. 95 Marina
Harington Mrs. 4 West hill
Harper Miss, Cowper villa, West hill
Harwood Mrs. 1 West ascent
Hasker Rev. George Henry, M.A. 61 Eversfield Place
Hatchard Rev. John Alton, M.A. 104 Marina
Hawkins Mrs. Sherborne lodge, Upper Maze hill
Heathcote Rev. Gilbert Vyvyan, Maze Hill cottage
Helyar Mrs. Mount house, The Mount
Hewett Mr. Edward, Elvetham mount
Hill Gustvs. Valentine, esq. 37 Warrior sq.
Hill Mrs. 37 Warrior Square
Hitchcock Mrs. 11 Magdalen Road
Howes Mr. John, 14 Magdalen Road
Hughes Mr. Henry, jun. 3 Maze Hill terrace
Hume Rev. William Wheler, M.A. St. Mary Magdalen parsonage
Hunt Thomas, esq. 76 Marina
Ilderton Mrs. & Misses, 4 The Mount
Isaacson Rev. Stuteville, M.A. 6 The Mount
Ivall Mr. Albert, 2 Blomfield terrace
Jackson Misses, 4 Maze Hill terrace
Janson William, esq. 97 Marina
Jarvis Rev. Henry, M.A. Clare house, Maze hill
Jarvis Miss, 7 Magdalen Road
Jeffries Mrs. 13 Undercliff
Jocelyn Viscountess, White Rock villa
Johnson Mrs. 99 Marina
Julius George Charles, esq. M.D. Maze Hill house
Kelly Capt. Edward, R.N. 19 Church Road
Kennay Mrs. W. R. 1 St. Margaret’s ter
Kenward Mr. Thomas, 1 Blomfield ter
Kenwood Mr. John, 5 East Street
Kinder Miss, 8 West Hill terrace
King Hon. Miss, 2 Princes Road
King Mrs. W. T. 12 St. Margaret’s ter
Kingsbury Rev. Thomas Luck, M.A. 10 Warrior Square
Kingsbury Miss, 10 Warrior Square
Kingsmill Mrs. Joseph, 142 Marina
La Fargue Capt. Charles Augustus, R.N. 10 Magdalen Road
Langmore Major Erskine Grant, 2 Hillesden villas
Langston Misses, 9 Church Road
Laugha Thomas, esq. 15 Magdalen Road
Lees Mrs. The Lindens, Upper Maze hl
Leslie Col. John Thomas, 98 Marina
Lister Rev. Brooks, Alexandra villa
Livermore Isaac, esq. Silver Hill villa
Lyon Mrs. 60 Marina
McCally Major-Gen. Arthur, 8 The Lawn
Macfarlan Mrs. 25 Magdalen Road
McGowan Miss, 3 Gensing Station Road
MacGregor Miss, Albert house, Cross Street, Warrior Square
MacGregor Mrs. James & Misses, Finlay house, Upper Maze hill
Mackay Misses, 6 The Uplands
Maleski John Paul, esq. 2 Maze Hill ter
Manning Miss, 9 Church Road
Macrae Alexander Charles, esq. 41 Warrior Square
Martin Miss, 7 The Lawn
Mason Mrs. Glendower house, Upper Maze hill
Mason Mrs. 7 West hill
Mather Miss, 66 Eversfield Place
Mears Hugh, esq., 93 Marina
Mears John, esq. 33 Marina
Mears Misses, 93 Marina
Merry Mrs. Highfield ho. Upper Maze hill
Minet Mrs. West Cliff house
Mirrlees William, esq. Friedenfels, Upper Maze hill
Money Mrs. George W. 11 St. Margaret’s terrace
Montgomerie Frederick Molyneux, esq. St. Leonard’s house, Warrior Square
Morgan Mrs. 9 Verulam place
Morleys Miss, 8 West Hill terrace
Morris Mrs. 3 St. Margaret’s terrace
Morris William Richard, esq. Silverlands
Mudford Mrs. 131 Marina
Napier Charles Moore, esq. Holly bank
Newton James, esq. Providence villa, Silver hill
Norris Charles Musgrave, esq. 5 Church Road
Norris Claud, esq. 4 East ascent
Northcote Augustus Beauchamp, esq. Gray’s lodge, Silver hill
Oak Rev. Charles Anthony, M.A. Park house, Quarry hill
Oldham Misses, 4 Silver hill villas
Olney Mrs. Daniel, Adelaide house, Upper Maze hill
Paget Miss, 6 Church Road
Pain Mr. Alfred, 6 Western Road
Painter Misses, 113 Marina
Palmer Miss, 2 Magdalen villas
Parish Sir Woodbine, K.C.H. Quarry ho
Parker Lady Louisa, 3 West hill
Parker Mrs. 117 Marina
Parkes Rev. Samuel Hadden, M.A. 2 The Mount
Parkes Thomas, esq. Melrose lodge, Silver hill
Parks Mr. Henry, 11 Undercliff
Paterson Mrs. 8 Church Road
Peacock Mrs. & Miss, 22 Magdalen rd
Peerless Mr. John, 1 West hill
Pemberton Miss, 33 Warrior Square
Penhall John Thos. esq. 5 Eversfield pl.
Pershouse Francis, esq. 40 Eversfield pl.
Pershouse Francis, jun. esq. Clifden house, London Road
Philpot Mr. John, 17 East ascent
Pigott Mr. Chas. S. 8 Gensing Station rd
Pigou Mrs. 5 Warrior Square terrace
Pocock Mrs. Elderslie villa, West hill
Podven Miss, 26 Magdalen Road
Poole Mrs. 2 Warrior Square
Powell Mrs. H. 47 Marina
Putland Mr. Stephen, 117 Magdalen rd
Pycroft Miss, 80 Marina
Ransom Robert, esq. 3 Verulam place
Reed Rev. Andrew, B.A. [Independent], Henley lodge, Upper Maze hill
Reed Mrs. 8 Western Road
Repton Mrs. & Miss, 3 The Mount
Ricardo Mrs. & Miss, 39 Marina
Ried Rev. John, M.A. 12 Maze hill
Richards Theophilus, esq. 47 Eversfield pl.
Richards Warwick, esq. Cambridge house, Magdalen Road
Richardson Rev. Thomas [Roman Catholic], All Souls’ Presbytery
Rigbye Miss, 80 Marina
Riley Capt. Alexander William, 45 Warrior Square
Robinson Rev. Hen. M.A. 26 Warrior sq.
Rock James, jun. esq. J.P. 9 Oxford terrace, Magdalen Road
Rodda Mr. William John, Marazion house, West hill
Roempke John Frederick, esq. Glen side
Rooper Miss, 13 St. Margaret’s place
Roston Mrs. 65 Marina
Roxby Mr. Henry, 2 Edward Road
Ruddach Alexander, esq. 6 Magdalen rd
St. Quintin Rev. George Darby, M.A. 3 Warrior Square terrace
St. Quintin Miss, 39 Marina
Savery John Charles, esq. 27 Marina
Savery William, esq. 18 Church Road
Schlippenbach Count, Villa Salingen, West hill
Searle Mrs. & Misses, 3 Maze hill
Shakespear Lieut. Col. John Dowdeswell, 58 Warrior Square
Shaw Archibald Richard, esq. M.D. 33 Marina
Shawe Mrs. 3 Blomfield terrace
Sitwell Miss Wilmott, Cray villa
Skinner Mr John, 13 Stanhope place
Sloper Mrs. 8 Church Road
Smith Rev. John Nathaniel, B.A. 1 St. Margaret’s place
Smith Basil Wood, esq. 31 Eversfield pl.
Smith Charles Broughton, esq. Belmont house, Upper Maze hill
Smith Jeikel, esq. 69 Marina
Somerset Hon. Mrs. 27 Magdalen Road
Southall Mr. Charles Heywood, 2 The Lawn
Springett Richard, esq. 5 The Mount
Stacey Mrs. 2 Archery villas
Staines Francis William, esq. J.P. 3 The Uplands
Stammers Rev. Frederick Halliley, Messina lodge, Mercatoria
Stone Charles Henry, esq. l Victoria rd
StoneStreet Mrs. & Misses, l Warrior sq.
Sutton Edward Barker, esq. 1 The Mount
Taylor Misses, 6 Warrior Square
Taylor Mrs. 65 Eversfield Place
Taylor Villiers, esq. 6 Warrior Square
Tessier Louis, esq. 125 Marina
Thornly Charles, esq. 3 Hillesden villas
Thournbrough Mrs. 109 Marina
Tottenham Rev. John White, M.A. Archery villas
Treacher Henry, esq. 59 Warrior Square
Trevor Mrs. 32 Warrior Square
Trollope Thomas, esq. 35 Marina
Trower Miss, 7 West Hill terrace
Tubbs Capt. Robert, 1 Park Villas
Turner George Brown, esq. M.D, Warrior Square
Townsend Misses, Lillington house, The Mount
Vaughan Lieut. Hen. R.N. 139 Marina
Vaughan Rev. Charles Lyndhurst, M.A. Seaview, The Mount
Vickers Mrs. Edward, 14 St. Margaret’s pl.
Vickers James, esq. 89 Marina
Wagner George Henry Malcolm, esq. J.P. 77 Marina
Wagstaff William Racster, esq. St. John’s villa
Walker Joshua, esq. Davenham, West hill
Wall Mrs. & Miss, North villa, Maze hill
Ward John Jackson, esq. Baston lodge, Upper Maze hill
Webster Lady, 29 Warrior Square
Webster Lady Sarah, 22 Church Road
Welton Mr. Geo. Edmd. 5 Gensing ter
White Rev. Samuel George Booth, M.A. St. Mary’s villa
Wickham Miss, 14 Church Road
Wiggin Miss, 65 Marina
Williams Miss, 7 Warrior Square
Willis Rev. Frederick Augustus, M.A., LL.D. Alexandra ho. Upper Maze hill
Wilson Robert Jas. esq. 24 Grand Parade
Wood Mrs. North lodge
Woolfe George, esq. Westbourne lodge, Upper Maze hill
Wright Rev. Josiah, M.A. Barham House
Wright Misses, 11 Grand Parade
Wynne Miss, 4 Church Road
Young James, esq. West Hill house
Young John Charles, esq. West Hill house