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Sibford Gower, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

Sibford Gower 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

SIBFORD GOWER is an extensive township to Swalcliffe, on the Warwickshire border of the county, situate 7 1/2 miles S.W. from Banbury, and 24 N.W. from Oxford, in the hundred of Bloxham and union of Banbury. The church, dedicated to the Holy Trinity is a building of modern erection (1840), and in the early English style of architecture, with accommodation for 500 persons. The living is a perpetual curacy, annual value 120; the Rev. E. Eliott is the present incumbent. The Rev. E. Payne, M.A., is patron of the living. There is an endowed school for boys and girls. The Wesleyans have a small chapel here. In 1861 the number of residents was 482; acreage, 1650.

Eliott Rev E. (incumbent)
Enock Mr John
Lamb Mr B.
Mander Mr
Simms Mr
Soden Mr John
Spraggets Mr James
Whale Mr William

Austin George, shoemaker
Baldwin Jesse, plumber
Baylis George, blacksmith
Bishop Wm., Wykeham Arms
Brown John, baker
Davis Henry, wheelwright
Fox John, postmaster
Fox William, shopkeeper and plumber
Gardner Samuel, farmer
Haynes James, farmer
Herbert Henry, butcher
Herbert Henry, farmer
Hitchcock John, farmer
Holton Joseph, baker, Burdrop
Lamb Thomas, farmer
Legge John, fellmonger
Lydiatt Leonard, tailor
Lydiatt Leonard. shopkeeper and carrier
Lyneol Walton, shoemaker
Mawle Joseph, farmer
Padbury Thomas, carrier
Pettipher Alfred, farmer
Polton William, carpenter
Rimell James, farmer
Rimell Thomas, farmer
Sabin Henry, shoemaker
Sabin William, miller
Sellars Mrs, schoolmistress
Stock Thomas, farmer
Shelswell Henry, surgeon
Tennant Ann (Miss), dressmaker
Tennant James, farmer
Tennant Joseph, Bishop Blaze, and farmer
Webb William, beer retailer and maltster
Webb William, shopkeeper

Post Office. - John Fox, receiver. Letters arrive from Banbury by foot-post at 10 a.m.; dispatched at 3-30 p.m.
Free School, Mrs Sellars, mistress.
Carriers To And From Banbury. Thomas Padbury, to Wheat Sheaf, mon., thurs., and sat.; Sabin Lydiatt, to Waggon and Horns, thurs. and sat.

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