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    Romford 1839 Pigots Directory

    History of Romford

    Romford, with the villages of Hare Street, Dagenham, Havering Atte Bower, Rainham, Wennington and Neighbourhoods.

    Gentry and Clergy

    Anderson Major Jas, havering Grange
    Andrews Wm esq, Gothic Lodge
    Arnold Mr Jon, Whalebone Cottage
    Barnes Jno Esq, Round House, Havering
    Blsck Mrs Alice, Gidea Hall
    Burbrow Mr Alexander, North Street
    Button Mr Philip, Wennington
    Cock Mrs Lydia, Romford
    Collier Mr Pratt, Romford
    Crosse major John C G, berwick House, Rainham
    Crosse Rev John Godfrey, Vicarage, Rainham
    Delamare Mr John, Collier Row Lane
    Delamare Mrs John, Hornchurch Lane
    Delamare Mrs Peter, Romford
    Fanshawe Henry Esq, Pargloes
    Fanshawe Rev John, Pargloes
    Fanshawe Rev Thos Lewis, Pargloes
    Faulkner Rev Richard Rowland, Parsonage, Havering
    Field Robert Esq, Pergo Park, Havering
    Grant Rev Anthony, Vicarage House
    Graves Col benj, Shrubbery Cottage
    Higgs Mrs mary, Market Place
    Ind Edward Esq, Isbury Lodge
    Ind Edward Vipand, Esq, Romford
    Last Mr Joseph, North Street
    Mackintosh Hugh Esq, Marshalls
    Martin Mr William, Hare Street
    Mashiter Octavius, Esq, Priests
    Neave Sir Thomas, Dagenham Park
    Orbell Mrs Eliz, Hare Street
    Peacock Jno Pickering, Esq, Whalebone House
    Reynolds Richard, Esq, Hare Street
    Richardson Captain, London Road
    Robinson Edward, Esq, Havering Bower
    Rogers John, Esq, Bedford
    Taylor Mrs, North Street
    Tolbutt Mrs, Romford
    Tolbutt Edward, Esq, Romford
    Tolbutt Wm, Esq, Hornchurch Lane
    Turner Mr John, Romford
    Tweed Mrs Mary, Hornchurch Lane
    Tyler Mrs Susannah, Dagenham
    Warren Wm Esq, Hampden House
    White Captain Thos, Dagenham

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