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Directories of 1816



The buildings in the High were not yet numbered when these trades directories were produced in 1816. Where a number is given within square brackets, it is the High Street number known to have been occupied by the business in 1846.

Holden’s 1816 Directory: Class 1 entries

Latimer Edward (wine) High street [11]
Smith Richard (wine and spirit) High street

Underhill’s Directory 1816: Class 3 entries

Archer Robert (carver and guilder) High street
Bayne Mary (cutler) High street [99]
Brown and Son (gun makers) High street
Brown S. H. (ironmonger) High street
Bush T. and Son (ironmongers and braziers) High street
Clements John (watch maker) High street
Denton Samuel (watch maker) High street
Fidler Charles Wheeler (silversmith) High street
Forrest James (gun maker) High street
Holland Joseph (goldsmith and jeweller) High street
Lock and Son (goldsmiths) High street
Loder William (jeweller) High street
Medwin Andrew (saddler) High street
Newman Ralph (wire worker) High street
Pearson Richard (watch maker) High street
Sidney Mary (jeweller) High street
Slatter John (plumber, &c.) High street
Sykes James (gun maker) High street
Wyatt James (carver and gilder) [No. 115]

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Last updated: 17 September, 2012

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