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VILLAGE DIRECTORY.
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Hound. The Chamberlayne Family are Lords of the Manor and chief landowners. Parish Clerk—Wm. McM alien.
post Office, Money Order, Telegraph, Savings Bank, and Parcels Post—Post Master, Henry Hutchinson. Letters arrive from Southampton and are delivered at 7.0 a.m. and 2.10 p.m.; Sundays, 7.10 a.m. Despatched at 9.40 a.m. and 8.40 p.m.; Sundays 8.0 p.m. only. Parcels post despatched 9.0 a.m. and 8.0 p.m.
Netley Railway Station—Station
Master, Alex. Greaves.
Board School at Butlock's Heath (for Boys and Girls)—Mrs. Deal, mistress.
Oddfellows Hall, M.U. Eoyal Victoria Lodge—foundation stone laid by Sir Chas. Pearson, K.C.M.G. C.B. August 4, 1881 Netley Reading and Coffee Rooms
—Mrs. M. West, manageress Poor-law Guardians—Capt. Robt.
Gillson, R.N. and Wm. Gale Population (1881), about 3,753, including over 1,000 in the Royal Victoria Hospital and adjoining buildings.
Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley,
Military Staff—Governor and Commandant, Maj.-Gen. Sir C. K. Pearson, K.C.M.G. C.B. h.p. late 3rd Foot; Staff Capt. and Assist.-Commandant—Col.W.R.Faimar, h.p. late 75th Foot; Paymaster Major Henry Potter Army Hospital Corps—Quartermasters—J. Mullins and C. A. Cox.
Commissariat Department—Quartermaster—G. Marsh Medical Staff—Principal Medical Officer, Dep. - Surgeon - General J. Ekin, M.B. C.B.; Lady Superintendent of Nurses, Mrs. J. C. Deeble .
Army Medical School—Senate: T. Crawford, M.D. Director General Army Medical Department, President ; Surgeon-Gen. Sir Joseph Fayrer, K.U.S.I. Pnys.cian to the Council of India ; The Professors of the Army Medical School; The Principal Medical Officer at Netley (ex officio). Professors : Military Surgery, Surg Gen. T. Longmore, C.B. h.p. Military Medicine, Inspect.-Gen T. W. Maclean, M.D. C.B.; Mili tary Hygiene—Surg.-Major F. S B. F. de Chaumont, M.D. F.R.S h.p.; Pathology, W. Aitken, Esq M.D. F.R.S. Assistant Profes sors : Military Surgery, Surg Major R.'To bin ; Military Medi cine, Surg.-Major Wm. Cherry, Military Hygiene, Surg.-Major Saudford Moore, M.B.; Pathology, Surg.-Major T. R. Lewis, M.B.
Royal Engineer Department—Division officer, Major F. W. Nixon; Clerk of Works, Mr. W. Parry; Foreman ot Machinery, Mr. C. W. Homan ; Secretary, H. T. G. Borchert, Esq. Chaplains—Church of England, Rev. E. N. Godwtn; Roman Catholic, Rev. P. Kelly; Presbyterian, Rev. G. F. Steven, M.A.
Private.
Allen Alexander, Netley court Attwood Sergt. W. Laurel cottage,
Butlock's heath Barton Rev. W. Wesleyan chaplain, Rosenheath Rassett Geo. Manor house Berriman Geo. Belmont Brown Mi s. Dean, Tignamara Cherry Surg.-Major W. Penshurst,
Netley Abbey Crichton, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. H.
G. L. Netley castle Ffrench Rev. Wm. Stephen, M.A.
Vicarage Ford Gen. Normanhurst Haniker Hy. Granada cottages
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