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Post Office Directories
Rev. John H. Carey
Rev. Edward H. Marriott [curate]
John Bridger, relieving officer & registrar of births & deaths
John Burt, Red Lion public house
Edmund Etherington, Spread Eagle public house
Thomas Hill, King's Arms public house
Jasper Bates, farmer
Bridger Thomas, farmer
William Curtis, farmer
John Lucas, farmer
Richard Luff, farmer
Thomas Luff, farmer
William Luff, farmer
George Madgwick, farmer
John Puttick, farmer
John B. Smart farmer
John & Richard Luff, farmers & millers
John Lucas, junior, miller
Samuel Greenway, grocer
Thomas Puttick, grocer
James Madgwick, brick maker
George Slade, bricklayer
John Slade, carpenter
William Smith, wheelwright

Rev. Edmund Harwick Marriott
Anthony Anthony Salvin, esq. Hawkesfold
Herbert Geo. Yetman esq. Varndell Hill
Edmund Etherington, Post Office & Parish Clerk
John Bridger, relieving officer
Grace Burt, Mrs., Red Lion public house
George Wells, Spread Eagle public house
John Eldridge, King's Arms public house
James Alwyn, farmer
John Bridger, farmer
Thomas Bridger, farmer, Collyer's farm
Alfred Curtis, farmer
Henry Huntingford, farmer
John Luff, farmer
Edward Luff, farmer, Cooksbridge
George Madgwick, farmer
James Mayhew, farmer
James Pickman, farmer
George Puttick, farmer, Doll's farm
Elizabeth West, Mrs., farmer
David Berrey, sawyer
Edmund Etherington, blacksmith
William Hill, shopkeeper
Jane Legg, Mrs., shopkeeper
Daniel Wyeth, shopkeeper
Thomas Puttick, grocer
James Madgwick, brick maker
John & Benjamin Slade, carpenters
George Smith, wheelwright
North Ambersham.
Eliza Berry, Mrs., maltster
John Dale, farmer, Lower house
Richard W. Dixie Surney
Edward Luff, farmer, Bridgeland


Kellys Post Office Directory, Fernhurst - 1891 - courtesy Leicester University


Kellys Post Office Directory, Fernhurst - 1915 - courtesy Leicester University


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Rother Valley Communities
Chithurst - - Cocking - - Didling - - Duncton - - Easebourne - - East Lavington - - Fernhurst - - Fittleworth - - Graffham
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