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Tusler James Albert, railway porter Viant Henry L.n.c.p.Edin, physician & medical officer- & public vaccinator, No. i district, New Forest union & certifying factory surgeon & medical officer of health Vine Frances (Mrs.), saddler Yokes Mrs. apartments Walsh John, draper & clothier Walton Thomas J. labourer, Eling lane Way William, seaman, Commercial road
NORTH ELINGr is an ecclesiastical parish, formed in 1837 from the civil parish of Eling, and comprises the village of Winsor, miles west-by-north from Eling, and Cadnam and Bartley, Ower and Newbridge, 2 miles north-west from Lyndhurst Road station on the Southampton and Dorchester railway and 9 miles north-west from Southampton, in the New Forest division of the county, Southampton county court district, Romsey petty sessional division, New Forest union, Fordingbridge rural deanery eastern division and, archdeaconry and diocese of Winchester. The church of St. Mary, built in 1834, is an edifice of brick in a debased Gothic style, and consists of nave and tower, containing i bell. The register dates from the year 1834. The living is a vicarage, gross yearly value from tithe rent-charge ^250, net j£i8g, in the gift of the trustees of the Rev. W. J. G. Phillips, and held by the Rev. Alfred Montague Walker m.a. of Trinity College, Dublin. There are Congregational and Primitive Methodist chapels at Cadnam and a Baptist chapel at Bartley. There are several manors. Paul tons, standing in a park of 230 acres, in which is a lake, covering
Etheridge Miss, Forest lodge Eyre Mrs. Bartley grange Howard J. H. Golden-Hyes Lillingston Lieut. F. G. Innes u.N Malcolm Mrs. Beechwood house Walker Rev. Alfred Montague m.a. [vicar] Broomfield Albert, grocer & baker; & at
Lyndhurst Dunnings Henry, grocer Edney Joseph, New inn Hull George, farmer Knowlton Arthur, blacksmith Marsh George, blacksmith Norbury Martin, grocer Roe James, wheelwright, & post office Stride Silas, farmer
Tett Benjamin, farm bailiff to Robt. Eyre esq
Moser F. R. Bartley close Self George, Wellington cottage Starmes Isaac, Woodbine cottage
White James, labourer, Commercial road
White John, labourer, Commercial road
White Walter, painter
Wild Charles, river pilot
Woodason William, signalman
Wren Frederick William, butler
Wyatt James, builder
Yalden James, labourer, Commercial road
Yates George, labourer, Commercial road
nearly 20 acres, and three-quarters of a mile long, is the seat of Hans Sloane-Stanlcy esq. who is principal landowner; Heeehwood House is the seat of Mrs. Malcolm. The soil is stiff clay ; subsoil, clay. The chief crops are wheat, barley and oats. The population in 1881 was 1,342.
Parish Clerk. Charles Gear.
Post Office, Hartley.—James Roe, receiver. Letters through Southampton arrive at 7.30 am.; despatched at 5.55 p.m. Cadnam is the nearest money order office; Jc telegraph office, Lyndhurst Post Office, Ower.—John Frost, receiver.
Letters through Romsey Post & Monet Oudfr Office & Savings Bank, Cadnam.—Harry Turner, receiver. Letters through Southampton Schools :—
National, Coppythorne, built in 1835, for 260 children ; average attendance, 160; Alfred William Kitcat, master National, Bartley, built ill 1850, for 50 children; average attendance, 37 ; Miss Holding, infants' mistress Cad nam Infants'School; Miss Annie Home, mistress
Watson Charles Cradoc, Ponah lodge commercial.
Andrews Charles, farmer, Barney Hays farm Baker Henry J. White Hart p.h Uessant Daniel, Coach & Horses p.h Biddlccombe William, general dealer Bishop Tom, groccr Feltham Charles, farmer Gilbert William, farmer Grace William, boot & shoe maker Grad ridge William, farmer Henbury Francis, shoe maker Hutchings Elias, blacksmith Knowlton William, shopkeeper Lawford Joseph, farmer, Corporation farm Lovell Edward, blacksmith Lovell John Edward, farmer Toogood Charles Martin, carpenter Turner Harry, grocer, & post office Vincent Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Pollards Moot farm
White Richard, baker
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