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    Chalfont St Peter 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

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    Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Buckinghamshire. The Buckinghamshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

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    Chalfont St. Petees is a parish and village in the hundred of Burnham, union of Amersham, situate on the London and Wendover highway, 4 1/2 miles E.N.E. of Beaconsfield, 5 S.S.W. from Amersham, 5 1/2 N.N.E. from Uxbridge, 2 from Gerrard's Cross, and 21 from London. The church is a neat structure, with tower, erected in the reign of George I. Since the building was erected the east end has been enlarged, in the pointed Gothic style. The living is a vicarage, value 600 per annum, in the deanery of Amersham and incumbency of the Rev. George Gleed, B.D.; the President and Fellows of St. John's College, Oxford, are patrons. There is a National School and a Baptist Chapel. The parish is intersected by the Misbourne stream, and contained a population in 1861 of 1334, with an area of 4717 acres of arable and pasture land, chiefly a gravelly loam. Among a number of important residences in the vicinity are Bullstrode Park, the scat of his Grace the Duke of Somerset; Chalfont Park, the mansion of J. N. Hibbert, Esq.; and Orch Hill, the residence of William Blount, Esq. There is a District Church at Gerrard's Cross. The living is a perpetual curacy, held by the Rev. W. J. BramleyMoore. The charities belonging to the parish realise about 30 per annum.

    Chalfont St. Peters.
    Allen Thomas Newland, esq
    Austin Robert, esq., Gold hill
    Curtis Rev J., Gold hill lane
    Ferrier Rev Henry Wm. Gold hill cottage
    Gleed Rev George, Vicarage
    Hibbert John Nembhard, esq., Chalfont pork
    Hibbert Mrs Charlotte, Lodge
    Hibbert Frederick Drummond, esq., Lodge
    Hibbert Lester, esq
    Mollett John, esq., Gold hill
    Priestley Mrs Hannah, Grove park
    Trumper Henry, esq., Hill house
    Warden John, esq., Maltman's green
    Wright Thomas, esq., the Grange
    Wills Godfrey, esq., the Elms
    Wise Mr Jonas, Gold hill cottage

    Andrews William, farmer, Roberts farm
    Ballard John, Greyhound
    Beeson Stephen, vet surgeon, smith, and farrier
    Birch Mrs, farmer, Gold hill
    Blake William, Pheasant
    Boddy Henry, smith
    Boddy Joseph, White Hart
    Bonsey Charles, butcher
    Brown William, Rose and Crown & corn dealer
    Cane Richard, farmer, Kiln farm
    Cane R., farmer, Warren farm
    Cannon William, baker, Gold hill
    Coleman Luke, builder, Gold hill lane
    Coleman Luke, George
    Corderoy William, carpenter, Gold hill lane
    Davis William, farmer
    Edmonds Mr, farmer, Waterhall
    Edwards James, farmer & parish clerk, Swan fin
    Edwards Simeon, farmer
    Elbourn Daniel, baker and grocer
    George Alfred, boot and shoemaker
    Green Job, former, Aston wood
    Hancock Edward, farmer, Goreland
    Harrison Rachael (Mrs), schoolmistress
    Hart Thomas, farmer, Brawlings
    Healey George, farmer, Mumford's farm
    Hearne Robert, tailor and postmaster
    Hearne John, wheelwright
    Hobbs Mat., farmer, Skippings & Rawling's farms
    Hunt John, plumber and glazier
    Jones John, corn factor
    Kemp John, farmer
    Lawson Wm., farmer, Tubb's farm
    Maly George, farmer, Stampwell farm
    Marfleet Joseph, schoolmaster, National school
    Montague George, grocer and baker
    Morrison Eliza (Miss), linen draper
    Northcroft Thomas, builder, ironmonger, and deputy registrar of births and deaths
    Oliver William, surgeon, chemist, and registrar of births and deaths
    Payne Joseph, beer retailer
    Purnell W. Bandle, farmer, Mill house
    Purnell Wm., poulterer & farmer, Ninning's farm
    Robinson Robert, farmer
    Robinson Stephen, butcher
    Rowles James, farmer, Outfield
    Salter Thomas, farmer, Hill farm
    Slaughter Edward, Kings Arms
    Swallow Robert, potter, Pottery
    Taylor James, saddler
    Underwood John, grocer
    Weedon T. B., farmer, Newhouse farm
    Welch Wm., boot & shoemaker, & beer retailer
    Wingrove Edwin, butcher
    Woodhouse Thomas, shopkeeper

    Gerrard's Cross is listed separately.

    Post Office - Gerrard's Cross, Mr Robert Matthews, postmaster. Letters arrive at 6-15 a.m., and are dispatched at 7-30 p.m. Box closes at 7 a.m., bnt letters may be posted till 7-15 p.m. by payment of an additional penny
    Places or Worship : -
    Parish Church, Rev George Gleed, B.A.,vicar
    District Church, Gerrard's Cross, Rev W. J. Bramley-Moore, perpetual curate
    Particular Baptist Chapel
    A Coach To London passes through Chalfont St Peter's from Wendover, every morning a 9, returning every evening at 6
    Carriers To London. - Edward Slaughter, to the Saracen's Head, Snow hill, erery thurs., at 6 p.m., via Gerrards, Uxbridge, &c.; returns every sat. morning. Thomas Shackel, every thurs.; returns every sat.

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