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Atkins Jno.
Chew Albert Edward, Scarboro' cottage
Chew Wm. Scarborough cottage Coxwell The Misses, The Oaks Futcher Mrs. Sarah Lewer F. C. Ivy house Mee Joseph Mee Mrs. E. J.
Postlethwaite Thos. Manor house Stride William West Henry K. St. Helens Withers Mrs. F.
Atkins John, commercial clerk Bailey William Arthur, superintendent L. & 8. W. By. Co. Stores, The Chestnuts Barnes Wm. station master L. & S. W. railway station; agent for Railway Passengers Assurance Company Bartlett George, grocer Bennett Joseph, china and clay agent
Bowen Miss A. schoolmistress of
National Schools Bullen Henry, Anchor Hotel Bush Charles, parish clerk and
shopkeeper Chandler George, newsagent and
school attendance officer Chew Albert E. auctioneer and accountant, Scarboro' cottage, and High street, Southampton Chew William, accountant, Scarborough cottage, and at High st. Southampton Dixon & Cardus, oil cake and
marine stores, railway station Foot Harry James, grocer & baker, Post Office ; agent for the Queen Insurance Company Hailey Mrs. grocer Hall A. W. & Co. vitriol & chemical
manufacturers Harley J. general shop King Daniel James, plumber and decorator
Lewer Fk. Chas. agent for Shar-land & Co. coal merchants, Ivy house
Mee Josepe, commercial traveller Mitchell Felix, beer retailer Morris Wm. Ship Hotel Parker John, Ship Hotel Tap Piatt John, shopkeeper Pope Henry, blacksmith Eandall George, beer retailer,
Flag of Truce Beeves Mrs. blacksmith Bidges George, grocer & baker, agent to the Boyal Assurance Company Bidges Henry, wheelwright Smith Thomas, Inland Bevenue
Officer, Ivy viila Stride William, brewer & maltster, and brandy merchant, Bed-bridge Brewery
(See also Nursling).
An ecclesiastical district and consolidated chapelry, 4 miles west from Southampton, , 3£ miles east from Bomsey, and three miles N.E. from Totton Bail way Station, in the southern division of the county, Union, and jurisdiction of Bomsey. The church (St. John the Evangelist) is a well-built stone structure, in the decorated style, erected in 1856 at the expense of the late Mrs. Colt. The sittings (220) are all free. The living is a vicaragc, held by the Bev. Bobert Francis Wilson, M.A. of Oriel College, Oxford. There is a neat parsonage and a national school, which were erected by the late Mrs. Colt. Bichard Drew is the school master.
The Chamberlayne family are lord* of the manor, and with Lord Mount-Temple and the trustees of the late Thomas Fleming, Esq., constitute the chief landowners.
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