ST GILES’, OXFORD

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1830 Directory


All the businesses below are listed as being in “St Giles” in Pigot’s Directory for 1830. This will usually, but not necessarily, mean St Giles Street itself. The south part of St Giles Street was in St Mary Magdalen parish, indicated by “(M)”.

A number in square brackets indicates the number of the house in St Giles Street that they lived at sixteen years later, according to Hunt’s 1846 Oxford Directory.


Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy

  • Miss Mary Leigh Cooke
  • Mrs Margaret Earle
  • Rev. Godfrey Faussett
  • Joseph Johnson, gent. [18]
  • Daniel Turner, gent. [37]
  • Miss Turner [37]
  • Mrs Mary Wall
  • Mrs Ann Wood

Academies, seminaries, and public schools

  • The Misses Dodd
  • James Tubb

Attorney

  • Baker Morrell [1]
  • George Rackstrow (M) [68]

Bakers

  • Richard Belcher
  • William Carr
  • Job Middleton

Boot & Shoemaker

  • Benjamin Beale [51]
  • James Morton [30]

Bricklayers & Plasterers (* = Plasterer only)

  • Thomas Hewlett (& builder)
  • William Hewlett*

Brick maker

  • Daniel Evans

Builders

  • Daniel Evans [34]
  • James Wood
  • Margaret Wyatt [M] [74]

Butchers

  • John Parker (pork)
  • Thomas Tustin [8]

Cabinet maker & upholsterer

  • William Smith Taylor [M] [69]

Carpenter & Joiner

  • Joseph Banting (& timber dealer)

Confectioner & Pastry Cook

  • Robert Drewitt

Corn & seed merchant and dealer

  • William Burrows

Grocers & Tea Dealer

  • George Bridges [56]

Land Agent

  • John Davenport [62]

Lath Render

  • Thomas Soanes

Livery stable keepers

  • William Forty
  • George Randall

Maltster

  • William Eaton Burrows

Physician

  • James Adey Ogle [63 & 64]

Printer – Letter-Press

  • Samuel Collingwood [died in St Giles 1 Jan 1841]

Shopkeeper& dealer in groceries & sundries

  • William Aplin

Stone & marble mason

  • Charles Bossom
  • Margaret Wyatt [M] [74]

Tailor

  • John Crapper

Taverns & Public Houses

  • Chequers: William Jannaway [?Magdalen Street]
  • Coach & Horses: Martha Milton [= Woodstock Road]
  • Hare & Hounds: Isaac Archer [66]
  • Lamb & Flag: Ann Randall [Richard Gurden]
  • Pheasant: William Forty [30]
  • Windmill: John Jordan [24]

Timber Merchant & dealer

  • Joseph Payne

Wheelwright

  • Richard Carr

Wine & spirit merchant

  • John Bamford

Wine merchant

  • George Bridges

Miscellaneous

  • John Parker, bacon factor
  • James Tubb, parish clerk of St Giles’
  • Percival Walsh, city solicitor

 

St Giles’ home

Stephanie Jenkins

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