Bradwell pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Buckinghamshire. The Buckinghamshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
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Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.
BRADWELL (Old and New) is a parish, covering an area of 892 acres, situate 4
miles W. from Stony Stratford, in the hundred and union of Newport Pagnell.
The living is a vicarage, now held by the Rev. Walter Drake, M.A.; annual
value, £220; the Lord Chancellor is patron. The remains of Bradwell Abbey,
founded in the reign of Stephen, are now converted into a farm house,
occupied by Mr. Robert Adams. A small charity, left by the Rev J. Hume,
provides for the education of six children. The London and North-Western
Kailway runs through the parish. In 1861 the population was 1658.
New Bradwell is a populous portion of the parish of Old Bradwell, on the N.E. side of Wolverton Railway Station. It chiefly consists of the houses occupied by a number of the servants of the London and North-Western Railway Company; which company in their fitting and repair works, at Wolverton, generally employ from two to three thousand hands. The place has been created within the last few years. A handsome new church has been built for the accommodation of the district, the living of which is held with the vicarage of Stantonbury. The Rev. Charles P. Cotter, M.A., incumbent.
Duncan William George, esq
Randolph Rev John
Adams Robert, farmer, The Abbey
Adams Robert, farmer, Manor farm
Arnold Isaac, parish clerk and shoemaker
Bird Alfred, carpenter
Craddock John, innkeeper
Delafield Wm, blacksmith
Hobbs Joseph, butcher
James Wm., miller
James Sarah (Mrs), shopkeeper
Millward William, New Inn, and coal merchant, Wharf
Pangbourn Richard, innkeeper
Sear Edmund, farmer, Common farm
Sear Edmnnd, baker
Shouler Wm., Old Bell, and bricklayer
Letters through Stoney Stratford.
Atkins George, grocer, general dealer, and postmaster
Bailey John Frederick, clothier
Brant George, shopkeeper
Bromwich and Son, drapers
Cauvin George, butcher
Connerley James, baker
Copson Thos., Forresters Arms
Faux Burrell, carpenter & joiner
Greening Thomas, grocer
Harris John, Railway Tavern
Kemp Henry, plumber & glazier
Smith James, beer retailer
Stantonbnry Mill Co., miliers & bakers; Alexander M'Crindle, manager
Strange William, butcher
Wells Thos., boot & shoemaker
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