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Titchfield, Fareham, Hampshire 1855 Post Office Directory

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TITCHFIELD, a small but well-built town and parish in the Hundred of the same name, Fareham Union and division, South Hants, and diocese of Winchester, 87 1/2 miles south-west of London, 9 south-east of Southampton, 2 1/2 west of Fareham station, and 6 north-west of Gosport, contained, in 1851,3,956 inhabitants, whereof 531 were in the town. It was originally a market town. The town is situated in a beautiful valley, through which the river Aire wends its way towards the Solent, opposite Osborne House. The living is a vicarage, with the curacies of Crofton and Sarisbury annexed, of the annual value of 260, and in the gift of Henry Peter Delme, Esq., who is also lord of the manor; the Rev. W. M. Cosser is the incumbent, and the Rev. Richard Arnold Alderson the curate. The church, dedicated to St. Peter, is a spacious and ancient structure, the workmanship of different ages; its date is 1243; the north side was built by William of Wykeham; the south chancel contains a splendid monument, underneath which are deposited the remains of Sir Thomas Wriothesley, chancellor to Henry VIII., buried in 1562; portions of his armour are yet preserved. The principal entrance to the church is by an ancient Norman doorway. The church contains many interesting monuments, and is well worth a visit from the curious. Near to the town are the ruins of a noble mansion, Titchfield House; on this site stood an abbey, in ancient records called "Tychfelle Abbey," built in 1232; at the dissolution of the monasteries, in the reign of Henry VIII, the Chancellor Wriothesley obtained from his royal master the abbey and the land pertaining thereto; with the materials he built for himself a "righte goodlye house, embattled." In this mansion Charles I. found a short safety when pursued by Cromwell and his party; it has long since been in ruins, not having been inhabited for nearly a century. There are two chapels of ease in this parish, the one at Crofton, 1 mile south-cast, of very early date, dedicated to St. Thomas, and the other at Sarisbury. There are in the town a neat Independent chapel and a National school; also Independent chapels at Swanwick, 3 miles north-west, and Warsash, 3 miles west; and an Infant school at Stubbington, 2 miles south-east. Fairs are held on the 14th May and 26th September. The parish is the largest in the county; its area is 15,900 acres. HOOK is 3 miles west; Abshot, 2 miles west; Posbrook, 1 mile south; Meon, 1 mile south-west.
The district chapelry of SARISBURY contained, In 1861, a population of 1,124. The church is dedicated to St. Paul. Here are a Baptist chapel and a National school.
HOLLY HILL is the seat of Lord Henry Cholmondeley; Chilling of William Hornley, Esq.; and Brooklands of Spencer Smith, Esq.
CURBRIDGE, Mellville, Brook, Bunwich, Newland, Great Park, Fontley, Barn Hill, and Burt House, are farms.

GENTRY.
Alderson Rev. Richard Arnold
Anderson Capt. James, Hollom house
Andrews Edward, esq. Mill street
Bartholomew Mr. Daniel, Stubbington
Bell George, esq. Stubbington
Berkeley Hon. Craven Fitzharding, Absbot
Bratt Mr. James, Church street
Britt Charles, esq. West hill
Cholmondeley Lord Henry, Holly hill
Cosser Rev.Walter Maude, M.A. Vicarage
Danford Miss, High street
Douglas W. R. esq. South street
Egger Miss, High street
Fielder Charles, esq. South street
Foster Rev. William, Stubbington house
Gates William B. esq. Swanwick
Gough Mrs. Elizabeth, High street
Gray Mr. James, Warsash
Greenish John, esq. Stubbington
Hills Edwin, esq. Warsash
Hornby William, esq. Chilling
Lee Mrs. High street
Mondey Thomas, esq. High street
Morris Miss, South street
Morris Rev. William, Sarisbury
Ricketts Mrs. High street
Short Mrs. Mill street
Smith Spencer, esq. Brooklands
Stares Mrs. East street
Stocker Captain Ive, West street
Stocker Miss, East street
Stockes Rev. John, East street
Swinton Mrs. Warsash
Turner Robert, esq. Crofton house
Wilson Major Thomas, South street
Wooldridge Richard, esq. Titchfield cot


TRADERS.
Amey William, beer retailer, West street
Amoore Alfred, spirit merchant, miller, maltster & corn merchant, Titchfield mill
Andrews Edward, surgeon, Hill street
Bailey James, fruiterer & beer retailer, South street
Baker Thomas, plumber, painter & glazier, East street
Bartholomew Daniel, grocer, Stubbington
Bartholomew Thomas, blacksmith, South street
Bell George, farmer, Stubbington
Bevis George, carpenter. Hook
Bevis William, farmer, Warsash
Binsted Richard, farmer, Stubbington
Binsted William, maltster, Stubbington
Boys William, builder, high street
Budden Elizabeth (Mrs.), market gardener, East street
Bongey Charles, draper & tailor, Church street
Calaway Thomas, Coach & Horses, South street
Cawte William, farmer, Little Brook
Chase George, builder, East street
Chase James, builder & bricklayer, West street
Chase John, stonemason, Bridge street
Cleverley Peter, carpenter, Stubbington
Collins Henry, farmer, Stroud green
Collins Hy, news agent. accountant & collector of taxed, East street
Colling Joseph Richard, wheelwright & carpenter, Bridge st eet
Collins Robert, bricklayer, West street
Collins Thomas, bricklayer, West street
Compton Thomas, grocer & baker, South street
Compton Wm. ironmonger, ironfounder & blacksmith, South steet
Conaway Charles, hairdresser, East street
Cross William, baker & mealman, High street
Crosskey John, farmer, Swanwick
Curtis Joseph, farmer, Curbridge
Day Daniel, beer retailer, Stubbington
Dowse William, butcher, South street
Drewett Henry, farmer, Mellville
Eckless John, timber merchant & brickmaker, Little Park
Edwards Henry, market gardener, Stubbington
Ellis Alfred, farmer, Great Brook
Emery James, farmer, Swanwick
Faithfull Richard, bricklayer, High street
Fielder John Robert, woolstapler & fellmonger
Foot John, jun. glass & china warehouse, grocer & provision merchant & chemist, High street
Ford William, baker & grocer, & postmaster, Stubbington
Foster Rev. William, academy, 8tubbington house

Franklin William Gilbert, butcher, High street
Gilbert Robert, baker & grocer, West Street
Good George, beer retailer, Stubbington
Goodwin Charles, beer retailer, South street
Gough Edward, auctioneer & appraiser, West street
Gough George Frederick, news agent, toy dealer, bookseller & stationer, High street
Gray George, jun. farmer, Warsash
Gray James, estate agent & farmer, Warsash farm
Green William, saddler & harness maker, High street
Hawking Alexander, collector of poor rates, Chilling
Hewett Richard, blacksmith, Swanwick
Hewett Robert, farmer, Bunwich
Hewett Thomas, farmer, Posbrook
Hills Edwin, general chemical works, Warsash
Hoare William, farmer, Swanwick
Hobbs George, saddler & harness maker, licensed to let horses & flys, East street
Hobbs John, tailor, South street
Hobbs William, shoemaker. East street
Hone Benjamin, Queens Head, High street
Houghton Purchase, farmer, Curbridge
Hunter Rawden, farmer, Great Abshot
Jassey George, bricklayer, Bridge street
Jones John, farmer, Hook
King John, baker & grocer, High street
King John, blacksmith, South street
Lanham James, farmer, Newland
Leaton John, draper & grocer, High street
Lefford William, brewer & beer retailer, South street
Leggett Samuel, farmer, Crofton
Lock William, tea dealer, High street
Maber George, farmer, Great Park
Mondey Thomas, tanner &c, High street
Moore William, boot & shoe maker, High street
Morris Lucy (Mrs.), National school, Crofton
Mussell George, plumber &c South street
Oakshatt Willis, licensed to let horses, South street
Paine Daniel, blacksmith, Stubbington
Parsons John, beer retailer. East street
Pearman Peter, brewer & beer retailer, Mill street
Penney Ann (Mrs.), Bugle commercial hotel & posting house. High street
Penney James, grocer, East street
Pennlfold John, shopkeeper, East street
Penton Henry Attweek, miller, Fontley
Pink William, farmer, Curbridge
Pinnick Peter, baker & grocer, West street
Price Alfred, boot & shoe maker, West street
Privett Thomas, grocer, Swanwick
Purkis John, 'Red Lion,' Stubbington
Ricks Maria (Mrs.), grocer, East street
Roberts Henry, plumber & decorative painter, South street
Rogers Henry, baker, South street
Roser Henry,' Wheatsheaf, & licensed to let horses & flys, East street
Sandy John, hurdle maker, Stubbington
Sargent William, shoemaker, Stubbington
Satchell Robert, maltster, brewer & spirit merchant, East street
Silby James, builder, South street
Silvester Henry, farmer
Silvester Thomas, blacksmith, Hook
Smith James, shoemaker, Hook
Smith Richard, farmer, Barn farm
Stares Ellen (Mrs.), farmer, Barn hill
Strangnell Edward, grocer & baker, East street
Stubbs Charles, farmer, Curbridge
Swallow Stephen, Kings Head, South street
Taylor James, Shipwrights Arms, Warsash
Tribbick William, painter &c. Stubbington
Turner Henry, cooper, East street
Turner James, draper & tailor, East street
Turner Jas Edwd. boot & shoe maker & postmaster, High street
Walters Henry, farmer, Little Abshot
Wassell James Whettam, relieving officer, East street
Waters Tbomas & Frederick, provision merchants, grocers & teadealers, South street
Watts John, whitesmith &c. Church street
Westbrook James, farmer, Fontley farm
Whetham James, brickmaker & farmer, Court barn
Whetham William, farmer, Burt house
Whitcher Joseph, grocer, South street
Wise John, farmer, Swanwick
Wooldridge Richd & Co. land agents & valuers, Titchfield cot
Weapson George Henry, grocer. High street
Yetman John, wheelwright, Stubbington

   

POST OFFICE. Mr. James Turner.jun. postmaster. Letters arrive through Farebam at 1/4 before 8 a.m.; delivered at 8 a.m. & dispatched at 6 p.m. & 1/2 past 9 p.m. & Sundays 12 noon; second delivery at 4 p.m. Stubbinglon - William Ford, receiver. Letters arrive from Titchfield 1/4 past 9 a.m.; dispatched at 5 p.m. & 11 a.m. on Sundays. The nearest money order office is at Fareham
INSURANCE AGENTS: &
Atlas Fire & Life, Hope, Legal & Commercial, Henry Collins
Hants, Sussex, & Dorset Fire, Thomas Mondey

PUBLIC OFFICERS:
Collector of Queen's Taxes!; Parochial Rates, Hy.Collins
Registrar of Births & Deaths for the Titchfield District, Edward Andrews
Relieving Officer for the Titchfield District, James Whettam Wassell
POSTING HOUSE - Bugle,' Mrs. Ann Penney



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