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Llanwarne, Herefordshire - Trade Directory, 1862

Extract from Trade Directory of Herefordshire, 1862

Transcription by Richard Lane © 2002


LLANWARNE is a parish and village 6 miles N. W. from Ross, and 8 S. from Hereford. The church is a very old structure. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Governors of Guy's Hospital, valued at £277 yearly, with residence, and 15 acres of glebe land. There is a chapel for Wesleyan's, and national school for boys and girls. The population, in 1851, was 371, and the acreage is 2,469.

Fisher William, The Court Lingwood Robert, Esq., Lyson House
Trades and Professions
Addis F., wheelwright, Windmill Hill Kemeys Charles, cooper, Windmill Hill
Butcher John, blacksmith Meredith John, shopkeeper, Turkey Tump
Court John, carpenter, Herbert Cottage Morgan John, shoemaker
Court William, carpenter & parish clerk Partridge John, blacksmith
Davis Richard, blacksmith Pegler Frederick, butcher
Digwood James, The Lawn Farm Roberts John, Little Field
Fisher William, farmer and Miller Watkins Benjamin, Gamber Head
Hughes Daniel, Lower House Wiles William, Hendrie
Morgan James, Lower Monkton Williams Joseph, Leniston Mill
Proctor John, Upper Monkton Farm  

   Letters through Ross, which is the nearest Money-Order Office.

[Transcribed by Richard Lane in December 2002
from an original edition of this 1862 Trade Directory in Hereford Central Library]