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Colnbrook 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

Colnbrook 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.

COLNBROOK is a small town of great antiquity, formerly possessing a market, situate in the parishes of Iver, Horton, and Langley Marish, in Buckinghamshire, and the parish of Stanwell, in Middlesex. Its distance from London is 17 miles S.W., 5 from Windsor, and 22 1/2 from Reading. The nearest railway station is Slough, 3 1/2 miles from Colnbrook. The Colne, which here divides itself in four streams, and is crossed by as many bridges, forms the boundary of the counties of Middlesex and Buckingham, on the banks of which river the town is seated. A charter of incorporation was granted in the reign of Henry VIII., 1543, under the title of bailiff and burgesses, and renewed in 1632. Among the latest improvements ia a Public Room, erected in 1859, capable of accommodating 300 persons. Lectures are delivered during the winter months, on the various leading topics of the day, by gentlemen residing in the neighbourhood. Part of the building is occupied as a Reading Room, attended by about 80 persona, and the Harmonic Society, numbering about 40 members, meets here on Wednesday evenings. A Penny Saving's Bank, having about 300 depositors, has been established, and the town has been recently lighted with gas. The church was entirely rebuilt a few years ago. The living ia a perpetual curacy, in the gift of Pembroke College, Oxford, and deanery of Burnham, annual value 40, principally derived from an endowment by the Rev. Charles Dashwood Goldie, M.A., who is the present incumbent. There is a lectureship, value 108, at Pembroke College, Oxford, in the presentation of Trustees. The Baptists have a chapel, founded in 1708, and there is a National and a British School. John Milton passed several years of his early life at the adjoining village of Horton, and his mother and wife were buried in the old church at Colnbrook. A plain blue stone on the chancel floor marks the burial place of the latter; on the tablet is the inscription, "Heare lyeth the body of Sarah Milton, the wife of John Milton, who died the 3rd of April, 1637." An old house is still pointed out as the halting place of Queen Elizabeth, who was in the habit of resting here for the night when on her way to Windsor Castle. The population is about 1350.

Andrew Mr, Colne cottage
Bland Joseph, esq., Colnbrook end
Brunt Rev John, (Baptist)
Goldie Rev Charles Dashwood, MA, incumbent
Hall Rev Lemon, Colnbrook end
Hemingway Edward V., esq
Hutton Mr, Lawn cottage
Ibbetson Percy J., esq., Poplar villa
Marsh Mr Thomas, Colnbrook end
Meeking Charles, esq., Richings park
Paterson George, esq., Poyle house
Ratcliff Mr James, High street
Rayner Miss Martha, High street
Richardson Mr John, High street
Waddell Rev W., B.a., curate
Weekly Mrs Elizabeth, High street
Wiggins Mr. Joseph, High street

Ashton John, agent to Sun Fire Office, High st
Bailey Elizabeth (Mrs), tallow chandler & postmistress, High street
Bampton Joseph, grocer, High street
Barnes Thomas, whipmaker, Poyle
Barrett Edward, bricklayer and plasterer, High street
Bartlett Mrs, dressmaker, High street
Bennett John, blacksmith, High street
Bowman Henry, clothier, High street
Brasier Charles, saddler, High street
Bridges John, brewer, High street
Brooks Edward, chimney sweeper, High st
Brown James, marine-store dealer, Mill lane
Brown Nathaniel, saddler, High street
Burge James, farmer, High street
Cheater John, Star, and coal merchant
Clark Thomas, grocer
Collins Edwin, shoemaker, High street
Collins Sarah (Mrs), infant schoolmistress
Collins Thomas, saddler and clerk of church, High street
Cordrey William, blacksmith, High street
Coucher John, boot and shoemaker, High street
Cranswick William, bookseller and stationer, High street
Cushen William, butcher, High street
Dalton Samuel, farmer
Darling _, hay dealer, Harriett place
Dickman Charles, police patrol, Colnbrook end
Domoney Sarah (Mrs), farmer, Sprigs farm
Duley Robert, Kings Arms, and millwright, High street
East Mary (Mrs), Red Lion, High street
George Henry, hairdresser. High street
Goring John, butcher, High street
Green Joseph, Crown, Colnbrook end
Gurney William Okey, miller and baker, Colnbrook mills
Harris Elizabeth, draper, High street
Harris John, boot & shoemaker, Colnbrook end
Healen Robert, boot and shoemaker, High st
Hemingway Edward V., surgeon
Hickman Henry, farmer, Tanhouse farm
Holderness Alexander, ironmonger and builder, High street
Hopkins Benjamin, Ostrich, High street
Howse _, baker and confectioner, High street
Ibbetson Percy, paper manufacturer, Poyle mills
Irons Robert, George, & licensed horse dealer
Irons William, Green Man, High street
Jackson John, whip and thong maker, High street
Jackson Thomas, shoemaker, High street
Jones Henry, grocer and druggist. High street
King Moses, basketmaker. High street
Langstone Thomas, baker, High street
Large William, beer retailer and marine store, Mill street
Mabbett George Drew, certificated master of national school
Mabbett M. E. (Mrs) mistress of national school
Major Isaac, farmer, Poyle
Manders Joseph, gas contractor, High street
Miller Henry, grocer, High street
Mole Henry, bricklayer, Mill street
Pain James, baker, High street
Passington Jonathan, wheelwright, Colnbrook end
Pendrey Thomas, butcher, High street
Plumridge Rebecca (Miss), ironmonger, High street
Pratt James, draper and clothier. High street
Pugh George, While Hart, Colnbrook end
Ratcliff Richard, professor of music. High street
Ratcliff William, butcher, High street
Rayner J. (Mrs), farmer, High street
Richardson John, agent to Son fire office, High street
Ruby Elias, hay dealer, Colnbrook end
Sadler William, Golden Cross
Saunders Joseph, grocer and farmer, High street
Shepherd Thomas, beer retailer, Mill street
Sherwin William Pim, baker, High street
Singer Daniel, ironmonger and carpenter, Colnbrook end
Singer James, carpenter, Mill street
Small James and Ennis, nursery and seedsmen, High street
Smith James, Punch Bowl, Poyle
Springall James, potato merchant, High street
Stevens William, baker, High street
Stransom William, bookseller, stationer, and tailor, High street
Stroud Joseph, Chequers
Tatnell Jonathan, tailor, Colnbrook end
Tatnell William, draper, High street
Thames Richard, boot and shoemaker, High street
Thompson Alfred, fruiterer. High street
Tollet Harriet (Mrs), boarding school, High street
Walters _, watch and clock maker, High street
Weston Edwin, plumber and glazier, High street
Wyatt Brothers, blacksmiths
Young Samuel, boot and shoemaker, High street

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