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DICKS WM. .builder, grocer, ironmonger, greengrocer, market gardener, The Stores, Low-ford (T N Bursledon i@S7) •& Hillcroft, Long la.. 'T EN 263
Dixey Ethel Mary (Mrs.), Vine Inn, Old
Bursledon ^ .
DowlingRt. J. statnr. & post office, Lowford Edwards Harry, beer retlr. Lands End rd Evans Jas. O. strawberry grower, Lorna
Boone, West End rd Fisher Wm. Alfd. strawberry grower.,
Hungerford - ~
Forge Iron Works (The) (I. G. Paisley) Fox Albt. Victor, dairy farmer, Dodwell Game Fredk. farmer, Brixedone farm Garrett Leslie, dairy farmer, Dona Dene, Bridge rd
Jackson Ernest, Plough Inn, Portsmouth
•rd. Old Netley James Wm. Hy. boats for hire, Myrtle cott.
Lands End rd Joans (Mrs. J. M. Warhock), ladies' hairdresser, . Lowford Kent Louisa (Mrs.), beer retlr. Hungerford Le Grand Donald A. dentist, Apollonia, Portsmouth rd. (attends thursday 12.15 to 7.30 p.m)
Lewry Cecil Hy. butcher, Lowford Lloyds Bank Ltd. (sub-branch to Woolston)
(wed. 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.), Lowford Lowford Bakery (Albt. E. Needle), Lowford Lowford Garage (C. H. Lewry, propr.), Lowford
Maidment Arth. Jas. boot mkr. Preston
cott. Lowford ' ■ '
Marsh Regnld. The Fountain P.H. School la Martin Thos. market gardener, Glenfield, Hamble rd
Mattison Eldon, decrtr. & clerk to the parish council, 5 Oak hill
Mitchell Hy. Thos. market gardener, Hill-
crest, Windmill hill Morrison Jn. grocer, Lowfoird Noble Alan Hugh, market gardener, Naomi, Pylands la
Nother Chas. Thos. newsagt. The Bungalow,
Hungerford „
Oak Hill Guest House, Oak hill Oak Hill School of Riding, Oak hill Oldham Douglas, newsagt. Lowford Ponchard Leonard, police constable, Kenton Bridge rd
Pragnell Arth. Chas. decrtr. Roseheath, Hamble la
Pratt Geo. Wm. poultry farmer, Rodona, School la
Pressley J. IE. cars for hire, 2 Oak Tree
cott. Lowford Pressley R. E. shopkpr. 1 Oak Tree , cott. Lowford
Primmer & Snook, yacht bldrs. Bursledon bridge
Primmer Jas. Wm. fruit grower, The - Beeches, Pylands la
Rayment Lancelot A., L.G.S.M. pianoforte . tuner, High st. Old Bursledpn ■_
ROBERTS O. F. builder, Uplands, West End rd
Robertson Thos. Cyril Arth. fried fish shop,
Kametwae, Hamble la / .
Scrase Wm. Jn. bldr. Belle Vue, School la Skifi Roderick M. Swan Hotel, Bridge rd Tilbury Brothers, poultry farmers, Pylands
farm, Pylands la Turner Chas. bldr. Dodwell la "
Turner Geo. JEdwd. M., M.R-.'C.S., L.R.C.P.
physcn. & surgn. (surgery), School, la r Willsh'er Hy. Leslie, market gardener, ;
Victoria cott. Portsmouth rd .
Windess Wm. Geo. strawberry grower, La Maison, School la
See Totton.
CHANDLER'S FORD, formerly a
civil parish formed by an order of the Local Government Board, dated the 1st October, 1897, was by the County of Southampton .Review Order, 1932, transferred to the then urban district and parish of Eastleigh. It is 2 miles north-west from North Stoneham, 5J miles north of Southampton, 6 miles south from Winchester "and 6| miles • east from Romsey, and has a railway station. It . is in the Winchester parliamentary division of the county of Hants, hundred of Mainsbridge, Eastleigh petty sessional division and partly in the Winchester and partly in the Southampton county court district, and in the rural deanery of Southampton, archdeaconry and. diocese of Winchester. Gas and electricity are available; water is supplied by the Southampton Corporation. The ecclesiastical parish was formed in ,1910. The ?to/ch- of St. Boniface, partially erected in ia04, is of red brick with stone facings, and is intended to be a cruciform building when . completed. The chancel and organ were
added in 1929. There are 274 sittings. The living is a vicarage, with residence, in the gift; of the Bishop of Winchester, and has been held since 1932 by the Rev. Harold . Fryer. The Roman 'Catholic Church of St. Edward the Confessor in Winchester road is an edifice of brick, faced with full-pointed flint rubble and with St. Aldhelm stone dressings; it will seat 250 persons. There . is a Congregational church in King's road ' with 250 sittings, adjoining which is the Church Hall and the Manse. A small burial ground in Hursley road is controlled by Eastleigh. Borough Council. At Fryern Hill is a Methodist chapel, erected in 1900. A public hall was erected as a memorial to Dr. Ritchie, by several of his relatives; it will seat about 250. (Miss Chamberlayne is the principal landowner. ' The area is 1,771 acres of land and water; the population in .1931 was '3,148. '
Post, M. O. & T. Office, 9 Bournemouth rd. —Edward George Stuuley, sub-postmaster. Letters through Eastleigh Chandler's Ford Primary School (mixed), King's road; H. R. Mann, mistress
Wlftili HyLil I J 17 CUMBERLAND PLACE. SOUTHAMPTON (Estd. 130 years)
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