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Stockland

from

Kelly's Directory for Devonshire 1923

 

Transcribed by Sheila Jones

(E-mail: sheila.jones[at]liverpool.ac[dot]uk)

PRIVATE RESIDENTS

Beck Sir Raymond J.P. Broadhayes
Dickinson Miss, Chasehayes
Gregory Miss, Chasehayes
Halswell Major Gordon, Wilmingtonhayes; & Guards & Naval & Military clubs, London
Long Rev. Thomas (vicar), Vicarage
Macnaghten Mrs. Hilda, Knoll
Marshall-Smith, Mrs. Ridge house
Palmer Miss, Chasehayes
Paterson Miss, Thorn cottage, Ridge
Scott Frederick John, Goren villa
Searle Mrs. The Cottage
Watkin-Williams Robert Thesiger J.P. The White House

COMMERCIAL

Marked thus * farm 150 acres or over *Beck Sir Raymond, farmer, Broadhayes
Bright John jun. farmer, Rull
Bright Tom, farmer, Battens
Broom Thomas Amos, farmer, Little Snodwell
Broom William Valentine, farmer
Chick John, farmer, Goren farm
Clark John, cowkeeper, Millhayes
Clarke Page Shire, fruit tree grower, North Hill farm
Cook James, farmer, Pitfield
Copp Reginald, farmer, Low. Rodway
Cousins Timothy, cowkeeper, South Mill
Crook Frank, farmer, Cawley farm
Durrant Henry S. King's Arms P.H.
Edwards William, farmer, Kilderhayes
Fewings John, farmer, Churchstye
Gooding Arthur, blacksmith & asst. overseer, Ham (postal address, Dalwood)
Gould Albion, farmer, Paradise
Gould John, farmer, Lake
Hurford Charles, farmer, Lower farm
Joyce Levi, carpenter
Kibby Wm. Chas. farmer Langbeer
Langran William L.R.C.P.& S. Edin. surgeon (surgery), The

Cottage
Loveridge Lisle, frmr. Cuckford farm
Michell William Herbert, farmer & tax collector & parish clerk, Hayne
Miller Herbt. frmr. Lower Seavington
Moore John, farmer, Greasehayes
Moore William (Mrs.), farmer, Lower East Horner
Newton Albert, shoe maker
Northcote Ernest, farmer, Rakehill
Northcott William Frank, farmer, Higher Seavington
Parris Frank, farmer, Witch farm
Parris William, farmer, Lye farm
Patch Hubert, farmer, Heathstock
Perry John (Mrs.), farmer, Lower Corry
Perry Saml. Chas. farmer, Harrisons
Pidgeon Saml, shopkeeper, Post office
Pike Charles, farmer, Yonder ridge
Reading Room (Mark Hawkins, sec.)
Salter George, farmer, Hornshayes
Solway William, farmer, Rose farm
Sparks William, farmer, Huntshayes
Spiller Frederick, farmer, Higher Rodway
Stapleforth Toby, farmer, Pope Hayne
Strawbridge Edward, cowkeeper, Northdown
Strawbridge Giles, carpenter, Heathstock
Strawbridge Herman Emmanuel, farmer, Ridge Court farm
Strawbridge Jesse, farmer, Park farm
Strawbridge William, boot & shoe ma.
Summers Frederick, farmer, Ham
Tucker Harry, blacksmith
Tucker Thomas, cowkeeper
Turner Albert, farmer, Pennyhill
Venn John H. farmer, Crandons farm
Wheaton Fredk. farmer, Higher Corry
White Frank, grocer
Woonton Wm. farmer, Ridge farm

Sexton: John Nankivell
Sub post-master: Samuel Pidgeon
Police Constable in charge: William Reed
School master: Mark H. Hawkins
School mistresses: Mrs Hawkins, Miss Foxwell & Miss Cowell

Brian Randell, 24 Aug 2002