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Sibford Ferris 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing
SIBFORD FERRIS is a hamlet in the parish of Swalclifffe, situate on the
borders of Warwickshire, in the hundred of Bloxham and union of Banbury,
from which latter town it is 7 1/2 miles S.W. by W. Here is a school for
boys and girls, belonging to the Society of Friends. The village, in 1861,
contained 314 inhabitants.
Adkins Lytball, carrier
Austin Richard, farmer
Fardon Susanna (Mrs) shopkeeper
Harris John, farmer
Harris Joseph, farmer
Harris William, farmer
Hathaway John, blacksmith
Holtom Joseph, baiter
Lamb Richard, farmer
Manning Thomas, carpenter
Pettipher Joseph, farmer
Prophett Henry, maltster
Prophett John, farmer
Routh Richard, master of Friends' school
Scruby Richard, shoemaker
Walton John, shoemaker
Wilks Richard, former
Letters through Banbury
Carrier To and Fhom Banbury. - Adkins, to Horse and Jockey, mon., thurs., and sat.
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