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Oxford Directory 1861

South side (west to east)
1. William Baker, Appraiser, Cabinet maker; James T. Hester, Medical pracitioner & surgeon
2: North Star pub: John Marsh, Inkeeper & licensed victualler, and chairman
3: Joseph Wiblin
4: Rev. H.H. Cornish
5: Thomas Ward; Richard J. Hansard
6: John C. Dudley, Solicitor
7: County Court office (hours 10 to 4)
8: Charles T. Hawkins, Accountant
9: G.F. Druce, Solicitor
10: Mrs Rose, Berlin wool warehouse & Register office for servants; Messrs Gabriel, Dentists
11: Thomas Harris, Bookseller & Stationer
12: John Briscoe
13: George Castell, Men’s mercer & tailor
14: John Harwood, Boot & shoe maker
15: D. Chapman, Jeweller
16: Miss Wiggins, Berlin wool warehouse; Thomas Harris, Library
17: W. Weston, Hairdresser
18: M. Cripps, Confectioner
19: John Horn
20: W. B. Cunningham, Fancy toy warehouse, Stationer
21: John Saunders, Boot & shoe maker
22: Edmund Hitchings, Painter, Plumber, & Paper hanger
23 & 24: Thomas & George Shrimpton, Printsellers & Publishers
25: Charles Lacey, Confectioner
Here is Turl Street
26: Benjamin Badcock
27 [not 29]: John H. Parker

East side (south to north)
28: Miss Cooke
29: F. Dickenson, Billiard rooms
30: William Bacon, Cigar manufacturer & tobacconist and Cricket bat maker
31: E. H. Payne, Grocer & Tea dealer; Mrs Rockall
32: George T. Prior, Chemist
33: Thomas Green
34: William Donkin

North side (east to west)
35: Dog & Partridge: John Horne, Innkeeper & licensed victualler
36: Benjamin Wells, Cabinet maker and appraiser
37: Simms & Son, Bootmakers; G. Simms, Chiropodist
38: R.F. Freeborn
39: —
40: Dr H.W. Acland, MD
41: George Prior
42: J. Waldy, Linen draper
43: G.D. Dudley
44: Thorp & Company
45: J.W. Dickenson, Billiard rooms; J.H. Turner, Accountant
46: E. Bevers
47: Thomas Tame
48: Mrs S. Seckham, Glass, china, & earthenware dealer
49: H. Sanders
Bliss Court: E. Bliss, W.H. Bliss, Miss Merritt
50: —
51: —
52: A. King
53: Rev. George Rawlinson
54: Mrs Wingfield
55: John Pater
56: James Clifton, College servant
57: Mrs Worville
58: George Osborne, College servant
59: George Reid, College servant


Note: This list has been compiled from a combination of the street listing and the trade listing in the 1861 directory. The directory makes a muddle of the area of Broad Street near the Turl, so some adjustment has been made to make it match all other directories.

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