Chesham 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Traders directory J - W

Chesham pub history index , 1863 gentry & 1863 Traders A- H , J - W

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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Jones George, tea dealer, grocer, cheesemonger, and dealer in foreign and british wines & spirits, High street
Joiner Charles, grocer, Germain street
Jordan Daniel, clock and watchmaker, High street
Jordan Samuel, beer retailer, High street
Judge John, jun., farmer, Weedon hill
Keen Joseph, boot and shoemaker, Water side
Kempster Giles, beer retailer, High street
King Henry Moore, draper, outfitter, & hatter, High street
Knight Sarah (Mrs), draper, High street
Lacey James, wood turner, Chesham bottom
Lacey William, saddler. High street
Leaper George, toy repository, High street
Leadlbeater Thomas, tailor, High street
Lewin Robert, grocer and tallow chandler, Market square
Lewis George, greengrocer, Church street
Leverno Thos., wooden ware maker, Water side
Lines John, farmer, Cow croft
Lum Aubrey, chemist, High street
Marshall James, baker. Water side
Martin Joseph, master of National school
Matthews James, boot & shoemaker, Broadway
Mayo George, wood turner & hosier, Water side
Mayo James, butcher, Blucher street
Mayo Jesse, wooden ware manufacturer, Water side
Mayo Nehemiab, butcher, Church street
Mayo William, beer retailer, Church street
Mead George, beer retailer & baker, Water side
Miles Jonas, Chequers and omnibus driver, Market square
Morgan James, printer, stationer, bookbinder, and music and bookseller, High street
Moss Henry, boot and shoemaker, Germain street
Morgan William, shopkeeper and umbrella maker, High street
Nash George, wooden ware manufacturer, Water side
Nash Thomas and James, brewers and maltsters
Neal George, ironmonger, broker, and photographer, Market square
Newton Henry, boot and shoemaker, Church street
Oldfield Robert, Red Lion, and licensed to let horses, Red Lion street
Pain James, baker, Church street
Painter Ephraim, shopkeeper, High street
Payne Caroline (Miss), butcher, Church street
Payne Emma (Miss), mistress of British school
Payne Frederick, baker and mealman, High street
Pearce Edwin, grocer, Church street
Pearce William, boot and shoemaker, Blucher street
Pettitt John, mealman, Red Lion street
Pitkin John, farmer
Plato Charles, auctioneer, Red Lion street
Plato John, estate agent, Church street
Plato Philip, currier, leather seller, and shoe manufacturer, Market square
Pope Mary (Miss), ladies' boarding school, High street
Pope William, confectioner, Red Lion street
Potter William, painter and glazier and farmer, Blucher street
Potter Wm., cattle dealer and farmer, Church street
Poulton Joseph, Cock, High street
Pratt Thomas, shopkeeper, Water side
Price Charles, beer retailer, Townfield yard
Price James, shopkeeper, Church street
Puddiphatt Abednego, farmer, Grove lane
Puddiphatt Abednego, farmer, Great Brockhurst
Puddiphatt Shadrach, farmer, Water side
Putnam Charles, boot and shoemaker, High street
Reading and Son, printers, booksellers, and stationers, High street
Reading Charles, plait dealer, Church street
Regan Peter, Golden Ball, Church street

Reynolds John, shoemaker, Church street
Reynolds Nathaniel, shovel, bowl, hoop, and wooden ware manufacturer, 1 Prospect terrace
Reynolds Samuel, fancy wood turner, Water side
Reynolds Thomas, wooden wore manufacturer, Water lane
Reynolds William, grocer and baker, Church street
Ringsell James, marine store, Water side
Ringsoll William, shoeing smith, Water side
Rogers Elizabeth (Mrs), blacksmith, Bridge street
Rogers George, shoeing smith, Water side
Rose George, miller, Lord's mill
Rose George and Sarah (Miss), grocers and butchers, Water side
Rose Henry, furnishing & general ironmonger, baker, and confectioner, High street
Rowe Joseph, ironfounder and smith, Water side
Rowles Frederick, butcher and beer retailer, Church street
Rowles James, butcher, Market square
Ruggins William, beer retailer, Church street
Sanders Thomas, blacksmith, High street
Sargeant Lemuel, M.D., of the Homoeopathic College, America, Church street
Scarr Henry, relieving officer, High street
Sear Benjamin, glass and china warehouse, Market square
Sear William, coach builder, High street
Shute Thomas, silk throwster, Chesham Silk Mill; manager, Mr John Hunt
Sills Mary (Miss), grocer, High street
Simco George, veterinary surgeon, High street
Smith David, beer retailer and shopkeeper, Blucher street
Smith James, fishmonger & fruiterer, Bridge street
Smith John, baker, High street
Smith Richard, basket maker, High street
Smith Samuel, wooden ware manufacturer, Chesham bottom
Spratley William, butcher, Church street
Sprigens William and Son, printers and bookbinders, High street
Stacey John, beer retailer, Water side
Staple John, stone mason and bricklayer, Broadway
Staple William, grocer, Broadway
Stone Alfred, baker, Water side
Stone John George, tailor, woollen draper, habit and livery maker, hatter, &c., Market place
Stone Stephen, boot & shoemaker, Blucher street
Stratford Edmund, wooden wore manufacturer, Red Lion street
Stratford George, tailor and draper, Bridge street
Talbot Henry, manager, Gas works
Temperance Hall, Church street
Thorn William Sale, farmer, Ley green
Turner William, beer retailer, Chesham bottom
Wain Wm., umbrella maker, Red Lion street
Wallington Ann (Mrs), beer retailer, Water side
Word James, boot and shoemaker, Bridge street
Warner James, farmer, Nash Leigh
Watts Edwin, grocer, Red Lion street
Webb Robert, wholesale brush manufacturer & dealer in Birmingham & Sheffield goods, High street
Webb Thomas, carpenter, Charteridge lane
Webb Treacher, wooden wore maker, Chesham bottom
Wells E. W. (Miss), seminary, High house
Whitehart William, Two Brewers, and butcher, Church street
Winch William, shoemaker, High street
Wingrove Daniel, marine store, Water side
Wingrove Henry, beer retailer, Water side
Woodley James, general dealer, Blncher street
Wright Chas., wooden ware maker, Red Lion street
Wright Jesse, butcher, Water side
Wright John, boot and shoemaker, Germain street
Wright Wm., board & veneer cutter, Water lane


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