Bradford Peverell

Extract from  J G Harrod & Co Commercial and Postal Directory 1865

Kindly donated to the OPC Project by Lorraine Key and

Names from Kelly's 1880 Directory 

by Lynda Small


BRADFORD PEVERELL  is a parish and village in the hundred of

St.George, and Dorchester union, distant 3 miles N.W. from Dorchester, with 2,700 acres.

There are a few neat and modern-built houses. The church is dedicated to St.Mary, is a

Handsome edifice with a spire. The living is a rectory, value 270 pounds with residence

In the patronage of the college of Winchester; the incumbent is the Rev. Henry

Blackstone WILLIAMS. There is a school, on the National system. The population

In 1861 was 361

MUCKLEFORD  is a hamlet 1 mile N.W.

Postal Regulations.- Letters are received through Dorchester, which is the

Nearest money order office and post town.


FLOWERS  Mrs  Quatrebras cottage

WILLIAMS  Rev. Henry Blacksmith


BARRETT  Peter, builder,blacksmith and parish clerk

BARRETT  Thomas, blacksmith

CLEALL  James, dairyman

CLEMENTS  Henry, land steward

FOOKS  Francis, miller

HAWKER  Mrs. Mary, grocer, muckleford

LUSH  Miss Edith S, schoolmistress

SMITH  John Asariah, farmer

SYMES  Issac, farmer

SYMES  William, farmer, muckleford

WOODLAND  Mrs. Sarah, grocer and beer retailer

Names extracted from Kelly's 1880 Directory.

CLAPCOTT Major Charles Quatre Bas
FITZ ROY Captain  
MIDDLETON HASTINGS Nathaniel J.P. D.L. Bradford Peverell House
BARRETT Thomas Blacksmith & Parish Clerk
CLEALL James dairyman
HAWKERS Mrs Mary Grocer Muckleford
HOUNSELL Mrs Elizabeth Farmer Muckleford
MILES Mrs Edith S Mistress National School
SAUNDERS John Oakley farmer 
SWAFFIELD George butcher
SYMES Joseph farmer
WOODLAND Mrs Sarah grocer & beer retailer

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