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Cuddington 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

Cuddington pub history index

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.

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

CUDDINGTON is a parish and large village, in the hundred and union of Aylesbury, from which place it is 5 1/2 miles S.W. distant, and 5 1/2 N.E. of Thame. The church, an ancient edifice in the early English style of architecture, consists of nave, chancel, three aisles, and a square embattled tower, containing five bells and a clock. The living, until the last few years, was annexed to the vicarage of Haddenham, but is now a perpetual curacy, in the incumbency of the Rev. James Mansell Price. The Wesleyans and Baptists have each a chapel here. There is a National School, erected in 1845; the site upon which it is built was part of the glebe, and was given with the consent of the patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Rochester, by the Rev. John Willis, the late rector. There is a charity consisting of a plot of land, 6 acres in extent, producing about 20 per annum, clear of rates and tithes, bequeathed to the parochial poor by Nathaniel Almond, Esq., of Thame who died in 1643. The church contains a tablet to his memory. One half of this charity is appropriated to apprenticing poor boys, and the other half is given to the poor. The population in 1861 was 590; acreage, 1260.

Bedding Mr Edward, (Baptist Minister)
Price Rev James Mansell
Westley Mr Augustus

Bailey Thomas, calf dealer and shopkeeper
Baker John, farmer and baker
Baker William, farmer & baker
Betts John, boot and shoe maker
Betts John, bricklayer
Bishop Thomus, former, Cowley farm
Boddington William, miller and farmer
Clarke William, farmer, Ridgbourne farm
Cogging Elijah, shoemaker
Crowton John, shopkeeper
East Benjamin Henry, national school master
Fletcher Ezra, Red Lion, and boot and shoemaker
George William, tailor
Green Robert, builder
Harris John, shopkeeper
Holly map Elizabeth (Mrs), farmer, Ridgbourne farm
Howlett Thomas Hill, relieving officer and registrar of births and deaths for the Haddenham district
Ing George, Bottle and Glass
Kinghom David, cattle dealer
Kingham William, pig dealer
Lawrance George, shopkeeper
Piddington William, Crown and fruiterer
Rose Clarissa, shopkeeper
Rose Edward, tailor
Rose Joseph, Swan, and glazier
Robins William, carrier
Rose Wm., farmer, Dadbrook farm
Rose William, plumber & glazier
Scott Abraham, mealman & shopkeeper
Scott Alfred, coal merchant
Scott John, parish clerk
Scott Joseph, farmer
Stranks Henry, boot and shoemaker
Tyler Peter, maltster, brew, and corn dealer
Wall Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Walton William, coal merchant and shopkeeper
Ward Bobert, blacksmith
Watkins Richard, Seven Stars
Watson Richard, tailor
Webb David, marine store dealer
Webb Walter, shopkeeper
Wilson John, shopkeeper and thatcher
Wootton. Henry, cattle dealer

Letters through Aylesbnry arrive at 9 a.m.; dispatched at 4 p.m.
National School, Benjamin Henry East, master
Relieving Officer and Registrar of Births and Deaths for the Haddenham District, Thomas Hill Howlett
Carrier To Thame. - William Bobbins, tues., and to Aylesbury, on wed. and sat.

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