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    Great Warley 1874 Post Office Directory

    History of Great Warley

    Great Warley (or West Warley, or Warley Abbess) is a parish, in the Southern  division of the county, Chafford hundred, Romford union, Brentwood county court district, rural deanery of Chafford, archdeaconry of Essex and diocese of Rochester, 6 miles east from Romford, 18 from London and 3 ½  south from Brentwood station.. The church of St Mary th Virgin was restored in 1860, it is a brick building, consisting of chancel and nave the axis of which are noticeably divergent. The register, which dates from the year 1539, is  in excellent preservation, and is continued without break to the present time: there is also a curious list of “Briefs”, dating from 1709 to 1768. The living is a rectory, gross yearly value £520, with residence, in the gift of St Johns College, Cambridge, and held by the Rev Hammond Roberson Bailey MA, late fellow of that college. Christ Church, with a vicarage house and school, were erected for a district formed in 1855 out of those portions of Great Warley, Shenfield and South Weald parishes, lying in its immediate neighbourhood, but upwards of 2 miles from their respective parish churches:.it is a brick building with stone facings, in the Early English style, and has a square castellated tower. The living is a vicarage, yearly value £200,  with residence, in the gift of  trustees, and held since 1855 by the Rev Thomas Henry Bunbury BA of Trinity College, Dublin. A National school and schoolhouse was built by the late rector. The County Lunatic Asylum, capable of holding 8000 patients, in the adjoining parish of South Weald, is about half a mile from Christ Church. Lord Headley, who is lord of the manor, and Samuel Francis esq,  are the principal landowners. The soil is clayey; subsoil loam, with patches of gravel. The chief crops are wheat, beans, barley and peas. The acreage is – arable, 1,339; pasture, 1,017; common (now inclosed), 159; and wood, 209; gross estimated rental, £6,930; rateable value, £5,821; the population of the parish in 1871 was 1,409, viz Great Warley, 412; Christ Church, 835; and soldiers, 162..

    Warley Street is a portion of Great Warley

    Parish Clerks: St Mary the Virginr, Thomas Clark; Christ Church, William Cudby.

    Post, Money Order Office & Telegraph Office & Savings Bank, Warley Common – James Hayes, sub-postmaster. Letters from Brentwood arrive at 6.30 am & 12.30 pm; dispatched at 2.30 & 7.15 pm

    Post Office, Warley Street – John Crossingham, receiver. Letters arrive by foot post from Brentwood at 7.15 am & 2 pm; dispatched at 2 & 6.25 pm. The nearest money order officeis at  Warley common.

     

    Schools

    Christ Church National, George Morris, master; Miss Emily Eve, mistress

    School (boys & girls), Lower Warley, Miss Mary Jane Tench, mistress

     

    Private Residents

    Bailey Rev Hammond Roberson MA, Rectory

    Baker Alfred, Warley Road

    Bunbury Rev Thomas Henry BA

    Daldy Edward Mee, The Lea

    Davies Henry, North End house

    Duberley Major Henry

    Ebsworth Henry Julian, Highbury villa

    English Rev J F H, LLD, JP [vicar of Brentwood], Warley House

    Gibson William, South ville

    Graves William Thomas, Goldings

    Hook William

    Ind Edward, Coombe Lodge

    Legge Hon Colonel, Brookland house

    Macmullen Mrs, laurel mount

    Martin James, The Crosses

    Moody John, Hulmers

    Ogg William Anderson, Hampton house

    Pidgeon John

    Polley James

    Robinson Anthony Geo, Warley place

    Sowter Rev Joseph AKC [chaplain to County Lunatic Asylum]

    Squirrell James

    Way __, Prospect house

    Wood Richard, Warley Road

     

    Commercial

    Allen George, Horse & Groom

    Baker Jesse, shopkeeper

    Bunion Albert James, beer retailer

    Barnard Thomas, Horse Artillery, & butcher

    Burrows Wm, shoe maker, Warley Street

    Clark Isaac, farmer, Harts house

    Cole Harry, grocer

    Coppen Charles, farmer

    Crossingham John, grocer & corn dealer, Warley Street

    Cudby Sarah (Mrs), linen draper

    Day Robert, Headley Arms

    Dennis George, farmer

    French Edward & Samuel, fishmongers, Warley Road

    Hammond John, builder & contractor

    Hawes Daniel, farmer

    Hayes James, chemist & post office

    Haynes Joseph, farm bailiff to J C Goode esq, Hall Farm

    Hitchcock Jane (Mrs), blacksmith & wheelwright, Warley Street

    Ives William Dunning, beer retailer

    Kempster William, Soldiers Hotel, Warley Road

    Knightbridge Thomas, farmer

    Lewis Charles, Princess Alexandra, Warley Common

    Norfolk James Robert, builder & carpenter

    Parker James, farmer, Normans

    Perkins Charles, boot & shoe maker

    Pinchon John, farmer, Monks

    Pizzi Joseph, farmer

    Scott Frederick, baker, Warley Road

    Scrivener John, builder

    Seabrook William, baker

    South Essex Water Works (Thomas Bealey, manager)

    Springham Nathaniel, farmer

    Strickland Thomas, beer retailer

    Weal Thomas, farmer, Dickinsons

    Whitby William, Thatchers Arms

    Willmot Chas, Prince Albert, Warley Road

     (For other names in Warley Road, see Brentwood)

     

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