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VILLAGE DIRECTORY.
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•Gull Ernest, painter Davey James, estate agent
clerk of works, Cadland Fryer John, boot repairer Giles Wm. Vincent, grocer Goody F1. sen. chief coast guard
officer, Calshot Gritt William, chimney sweeper, Langley
Jenkins Robert Walter, surgeon,
Fawley cottage Kilford James, general smith,
Spring hill Laurie James, agent to E. A.
Drummond, Esq. Cadland Martin Richard, The Jolly Sailors, Ashlett
Martin John, grocer, Langley farm Morris Wm. farmer, Whitefield
form, Langley Nichols Nelson, farmer, Langley Norris Henry, boot maker Pinnick Henry, tea dealer, Hardley Plaskett John, bricklayer,Langley Reynard Charles, farmer, Little
Standard farm Roberts Arthur, carpenter and
wheelwright Sharp Richard, fatmer, Ower farm,
Badminston Sharp Wm. firmer, Badminston Sheppard John, shoeing smith, Ashlett
Simmonds Henry, saddler, Spring hill
Soffe Thomas, farmer, Stone farm,
Eaglehurst South Wm. carrier, Ashlett Stainsbury Robert, blacksmith Table John, farmer, Badminston grove
Tailing Richard, decorator and
plumber, Post office Toomer Wm. butcher Tuck Mrs. C. H. coal merchant and
malster Waterman Wm. Falcon Inn West Wm. boot and shoe maker •Westbrook Mrs. R. grocer Westbrook Edward, dealer, Ash-downe
Westbrook William, general smith and parish clerk
Wheeler Geo. farmer, Stone hill farm
Wheeler Mrs. M. farmer, Ashlett White Wm. tailor White Wm. beer retailer, Forest Home
Wright Wm. farmer, Langley farm Wyatt Wm. farmer, Field's farm Yeoman J. schoolmaster, Board schools
HAMBLE-LE-RICE (or HAMBLE).
A fishing village and parish 5| miles S.E. from Southampton and 2 from Netley railway station, in the southern division of thecouuty, Mainsbridgehundred, South Stoneham union, county court, district and petty sessional division, archdeaconry & diocese of Winchester. It is situated on the west side of the river Hamble, having a ferry crossing to Warsash. A brisk business is carried on in crabs and lobsters, which are brought here from the Irish, French, and Scotch coasts.
The Church, dedicated to St. Andrew, is a building of the past ages, but has been recently enlarged and improved, having several excellent stained glass windows ; date of register, 16(30. The living is a Vicarage, held by the Rev. John Henry Cancellor, M.A.
There is a National School (mixed). Henry Merwood, master; Miss A. Pannel, mistress.
Parish Clerk—H. T. Merwood.
Post Office, Money Order, Savings Bank, Telegraph and Parcels Post—Post master, Jas. Cooper. Letters arrive through Southampton and are delivered at 7.'60 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.; Snndays, 7.30 a.m. Dispatched at9.15a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Sundays, 10.0 a.m.
Carrier to Southampton—.John Saunders.
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