Hunt & Co.’s Directory of Dorsetshire, 1851

STURMINSTER, or STURMINSTER-NEWTON-CASTLE, is a parish and small market town, 10 miles N.W. from Blandford, 8 S.W. from Shaftesbury, 20 N. from Dorchester, and 110 W.S.W. from London, standing principally upon the north bank of the river Stour, from whence the first syllable of its name, Stur, is derived, Minster from its ancient church, and Newton-Castle from a suburb, having a castle on the opposite side of the river, to which hamlet it is united by a stone bridge of six arches.

The town is of great antiquity, as many of its low-built, ill-contrived dwellings seem to demonstrate; about the market place, however, a few of the houses are of a different class, being either modernized or of more modern build, and exhibit a pleasing contrast, when their uniformity is placed in comparison with the gable ends and pointed roofs of the older unimproved edifices. The market house is a convenient building, the upper part of it forming warehouses, and the basement is partly occupied by the butchers’ shambles. At one period woollen goods were made here, but at the present time no manufactures exist; it has however, the best market in the county for horned cattle. Petty sessions for the hundred are held here, and manorial courts annually, when constables and other officers are appointed. The parish church, (St. Mary) was some few years since entirely rebuilt, except the tower (and this was repaired and heightened), at the entire cost of the Rev. T. H. Fox, the present vicar; it is a handsome cruciform structure, in the Norman style of architecture. The original building was constructed by John Selwood, a monk of Glastonbury. Here is a place of worship for Wesleyans, and there are public schools for instructing poor children of each sex. Sturminster, with 19 parishes, forms a union under the poor law amendment act, and about a quarter of a mile from the town a suitable workhouse has been erected. Fairs are held on May 12th, and October the 24th, and an excellent market for cattle on every alternate Thursday. In 1841 the parish contained 1910 persons. On the Newton side of the river are the remains of the ancient castle; it is supposed this strong hold was originally constructed by the Romans, and afterwards used as the regal residence of the West Saxon Kings.
POST OFFICE, at Henry Burbidge’s. Letters despatched to all parts, at 6.25 p.m. and delivered at 7 a.m.

(All the names without addresses are at Sturminster Newton)
Aitchison Mrs. Mary, Newton
Baverstock Mrs. Sarah
Bleathman Mr. Andrew, Newton
Davis Mrs. Selina
Fox Rev. Thos. Henry Lane (vicar)
Newman Miss Louisa
Tulk Mrs. Susan
Adams Charles, beer retailer
Adams Chas. carpenter & wheeler
Baker George, hair cutter and stationer
Best John, tin plate worker
Bleathman Thos. dairyman, Newton
Brice Edward, veterinary surgeon
Bright Daniel, baker
Brown John, Swan Inn
Burbidge Hy. watch & clock maker
Burden John, grocery dlr. Newton
Cheesewright William, surgeon
Cluett Thos. beer retailer, grocery, &c. dealer and blacksmith
Colbourne and Potter, grocers, &c.
Conway John, watch & clock mkr
Cowley John, stonemason
Curtis James, boot and shoemaker
Dashwood Thomas, solicitor and agent to West of England F. & L. office
Dorset bank (Branch) manager, Colbourne William, jun. (draw upon Williams and Co.), distributor of stamps, and agent to the Imperial Fire and Standard Life office
Duffett Samuel butcher and farmer, Newton
Foot James, Bull Inn Newton
Fudge Jonathan, blacksmith, Newton
Good John, surgeon
Goodfellow Ann, dressmaker
Goodfellow Richard, tallow chandler
Goodridge John, surgeon
Gould Jane, milliner, &c.
Green Joseph, baker
Hames Rt. master of free school
Hammond John, super. of police
Hancock Thomas, ironmonger
Harris Martha, grocer and printer
Harvey Robert Ridout, solicitor and clerk to magistrates
Hawkins Thos. agent to the Royal Farmers’ Fire and Life office
Hayward Robert, cooper, Newton
Hutchins Alex. grazier, Newton
Hutchins Sarah, mistress of Infant school
Inkpen Thomas, carpenter, Newton
Isaac Henry, draper and hatter
Isaac Catharine, tanner
Jackson Edwd. grocery, &c. dealer and druggist
Jackson Joseph, beer retailer
Kennell Robert, grazier, Newton
Knott Ambrose, farmer
Knott William, grocery, &c. dealer
Lambert William, farmer
Long Samuel Walter, solicitor, clerk to the board of guardians, and agent to Norwich Union Fire and Life office
Longman Samuel C. chemist and grocer, agent to the Monarch Fire and Life office
Lucas Silvester, boot and shoemaker, Newton
March Stephen, blacksmith
Melmoth Thomas, saddle maker
Newlyn Nicholas S. Crown Commercial Inn and Posting House
Newman John, miller
Newman Joseph, tailor
Newman Richard, bricklayer
Parry Robert, solicitor
Paviour Richard, surveyor of roads
Paviour Thomas B. linen draper
Percy Robert, farmer, Newton
Phillips Edwin, plumber & glazier
Pile William, brushmaker, Newton
Rake Martin, miller
Read Joseph, cheese factor, Newton
Roberts Richard, manager at the National and Provincial bank (draw upon the London Joint Stock), and agent to the Globe Fire and Life office, and the Clerical life
Rose Benjamin, tailor
Rose Daniel, farmer and baker
Rose Edward, grocery dealer
Rose Harriet, milliner and dressmaker
Rose Henry, carpenter
Rose James, farmer
Rose James, farmer, Newton
Rose James, tailor
Rose Job, farmer, Newton
Rose Joseph, butcher, Newton
Rose Samuel, farmer, Newton
Rose Thomas, beer retailer
Rossiter John, auctioneer, appraiser and corn merchant, and agent to Pelican Life and Phoenix Fire offices, and Property Protection Society
Rowland Thos. boot & shoemaker
Ryall Elizabeth, milliner
Sherring Richard, cooper
Short Aaron, grocery dealer
Short Edmund, butcher
Short John, butcher, Newton
Spencer Rt. brick maker, Newton
Spicer James, blacksmith, Newton
Spinney Thomas Edward, music master, and agent to Church of England Fire and Life office
Stickland James, beer retailer and carrier
Strange James, farmer
Strange James, jun. grocer
Strange John, currier and leather cutter
Strange John, farmer
Strange Joseph, farmer
Stroud Henry, farmer, Newton
Sweet Mary, mistress of Free School
Symes George, veterinary surgeon
Tapper Eliza, ‘White Hart’
Topp Richard and Henry, farmers
Tuck Mark, grocer and baker
Tuffin James, butcher, Newton
Tuffin Sylvester, confectioner
Union Workhouse, master, Clough William Kemp; mistress, Clough Caroline
Young Edward, boot & shoemaker
Young John, boot and shoemaker
Young Robert, tailor and woollen draper

CARRIERS to BLANDFORD, Ford and Co., Tues. Thur. and Sat. at 7 p.m., also, Stickland, Sat. 8 a.m., likewise the Post cart daily, at 6 25 p.m. BRISTOL, Dodimead, Tues. Wed. and Fri. at 1 p.m. POOLE, Dodimead, Mon. Wed. and Fri. 1 p.m. SHAFTESBURY & STALBRIDGE, Ford & Co. Tues. Th. & Sat. at 2 p.m. WEYMOUTH, Stickland, Mon. 8 a.m.

Thomas Whillier’s General Directory to all the Counties and Hundreds in England 1825

Buckland and Sturminster Newton Castle Hundred included these parishes:
Buckland Newton
Hinton St Mary
Margaret Marsh
Okeford Fitzpaine
Pulham (East and West)
Stock Gayland
Sturminster Newton Castle
Wootton Glanville and Newland

Dorset summary
Parishes 273
Townships, chapelries, tythings etc: 14
Square miles: 1,005
Square acres: 643,200
Family occupations
Agricutural: 14,821
Trades: 10,811
Other: 4,680
Divisional meetings or petty sessions: 9
Acting county magistrates: 63
Male: 68,934
Female: 75,565

Kelly’s 1880

STURMINSTER NEWTON (CASTLE) is a market and union town, station on the Somerset and Dorset railway, parish and polling place for the county, in the petty sessional division, and hundred of the same name, Blandford county court district, diocese of Salisbury, archdeaconry of Dorset and rural deanery of Shaftesbury fourth portion, 108 miles from London, 10 north-west from Blandford, 12 west from Sherborne, 5 south-east from Stalbridge and 8 south-west from Shaftesbury, situated on the banks of the river Stour, which, flowing through the vale of Blackmoor, empties itself into the sea at Christchurch, in Hampshire. The church of St. Mary was in 1827 nearly rebuilt, and very considerably enlarged, at the sole expense of the Rev. T.H.L. Fox, the late vicar: it is in the Perpendicular style and consists of chancel and chancel aisles, nave, aisles and transept: the tower is part of the original building; its height was, however increased at the time of the repair of the church. The register dates from the year 1681. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of Lord Rivers; the tithes have been commuted for £775, with residence and 79 acres of glebe: the Rev. Richard Lowndes M.A. of Christ Church, Oxford, is vicar. The Primitive Methodists and the Wesleyans have each a chapel and Sunday schools: attached to the former a minister’s residence has been erected at a cost of £440. There are several charities: Williams’, derived from land in Haselbury Bryan, and paid in annuities to the poor of that parish, with those of Blandford and Shaftesbury; another, called Marsh’s, of £16 5s. yearly, partly applied to the apprenticing of a boy and girl and partly to poor attending parish church; Moore’s, of £9 12s. distributed in money; and another of £4, distributed in bread at Christmas; Hutchin’s, interest of £105 9s. 3d. stock, with 14 acres of land, producing about £14, laid out in coals yearly. On the Newton side of the river are the ruins of an old castle, supposed to have been erected by the Saxons: they consist of a keep, within a vallum and ditch, seated on a hill: the ground-plan was in the form of the letter D. A literary and scientific institution was established about 1845. There is a market every alternate Thursday, chiefly for cattle. The fairs are held on the 12th of May and 24th of October. Lord Rivers is lord of the manor and chief landowner. The soil is chiefly clay: subsoil is clay and gravel. The land is chiefly in pasture, with some barley and roots. The area of Sturminster Newton Castle is 4,240 acres; rateable value, £10,031; and the population in 1871 was 1,965.
NEWTON tithing is divided from Sturminster by the river Stour. BAGBER is a tithing 2 miles west, on the road to Sherborne.
Parish Clerk, Philip Adams.
POST, MONEY ORDER & TELEGRAPH OFFICE & Government Insurance Office & Savings Bank. – Jesse Meader, sub-postmaster. Letters through Blandford.
Despatch Arrivals
West of England 6.10 a.m
London & all parts 9.30 a.m 7.0 a.m
Ditto 6.15 p.m 3.40 p.m
Bath & West of England 7.15 p.m
West of England 6.30 p.m
Wall Letter Box at Bagber cleared at 5.55 p.m
For Sturminster Newton Petty Sessional division.
Yeatman M.S. esq Glossop Lieut.-Col
Hanham Capt. R.N Guest Merthyr esq
Boucher Rev. H Yeatman Major H.F
Wolverton The Rt. Hon. Lord Ker Seymer E.C. esq
Williams M. esq Harvey R.B. esq
Bower H.S. esq Serrell D.H. esq
Clerk, R.S. Freame.
Petty Sessions are held at the Police Court every Monday & Thursday. The following places are included in the Petty Sessional Division : – Belchawell, Caundle Stourton, Child Okeford, Fifehead Magdalen, Fifehead Neville, Hammoon, Hanford, Hazelbury Bryan, Hinton St. Mary, Ibberton, Lydlinch, Manston, Marnhull, Okeford Fitzpaine, Shilling Okeford, Stalbridge, Stock Gaylard, Stoke Wake, Sturminster & Woolland.
Commercial Union, G.T. W. Robinson, Newton
Crown Life, G.S. Rake, The Bank
Imperial Fire, W.H. Marshallsay
Law Union, H.C. Dashwood
Liverpool & London & Globe, W. Creech
Norwich Union, C.S. Rose
Royal Exchange, H. Thorne
Scottish Widows’ Fund, H.S. Senior
Sceptre Life, T. Tucker, Station
Standard Life, W.H. Marshallsay, Dorchester bank
Sun Fire, G.S. Rake, Bank
West of England, H.C. Dashwood
Westminster Fire, W.C. Norman
Excise Office, Swan Inn
Police Station, William Grant, superintendent
Stamp Office, Jesse Meader, distributor & commissioner for receiving affidavits for exchanging spoiled stamps
Dorset (10th) Volunteers, Captain Dashwood
The union comprises the following parishes :- Belchawell, Caundle Stourton, Child Okeford, Fifehead Magdalen, Fifehead Neville, Hammoon, Haselbury Bryan, Hinton St. Mary, Ibberton, Lydlinch, Manston, Marnhull, Okeford Fitzpaine, Shillingstone, or Shilling Okeford, Stalbridge, Stock Gaylard, Stoke Wake, Sturminster Newton Castle & Woolland. The workhouse is situate here. The area of the union is 36,143 acre; rateable value, £73,619.
Board day, alternate Wednesdays.
Clerk, B. Cheesman, Sturminster Newton
Assistant Overseer, T. Potter, Sturminster Newton
Collectors, Registrars of Births, Deaths & Marriages, Relieving Officers, Vaccination Officers & School Attendance Officers, Stalbridge district, John Hunt, Stalbridge; Sturminster district, R.E. Holdway, Childe Okeford
Medical Officers, J. Tarzewell, Hinton St. Mary; J.C. Leach, Sturminster; R.G. Long, Stalbridge; D. Curme, Childe Okeford
Supt. Registrar, B. Cheesman, Sturminster Newton
Workhouse, George Keates, master; Rev. M.S. Laing, chaplain; J. Tarzewell, surgeon; Mrs. H. Keates, matron
Clerk, B. Cheesman, Sturminster
Medical Officer, J. Comyns Leech
Inspector of Nuisances, T. Taylor
Highway District Board, H.S. Bowyer, chairman; A.G. Creech, vice-chairman; H. Williams, treasurer; B. Cheesman, clerk; T. Taylor, surveyor
Clerk to Commissioners of Taxes, Clerk to Vale of Blackmoor Turnpike Trust & Secretary to Agricultural Society, H.C. Dashwood
National, Wm. J. Pinton, master; Miss Hine, mistress
National, Bagber (mixed), Mrs. Spinney, mistress
Wesleyan (mixed), Walter H. Wilkins, master
Bell Mrs
Cheesman Benjamin, Newton
Coate Tom, Newton house
Collins Mrs
Creech Arthur Gerrard, Newton
Creech Henry George
Creech William, Beech house
Dashwood Henry Charles
Dashwood Miss
Goodridge Miss
Groves L. Luckman
Guy Alexander, Newton
Hallett Robert
Knott Ambrose sen, Hamgate house
Leach John Comyns, The Lindens
Lowndes Rev. Richard M.A. (vicar)
Marshallsay William Hy. The Dorsetshire bank
Newman Richard
Norman Walter Charles
Read Mrs
Robinson George T.W. Newton
Tarzewell James
Watts Rev. Nathaniel (Primitive Methodist), Newton
Adams Charles Walter, carpenter
Andrews Eli, farmer, Bagber
Applin Thomas Edward, Common
Baker George, hair dresser
Ballantyne Thomas, draper
Barfoot Ann (Mrs.), linen draper
Barnett Edward William, tailor & draper
Barnett Thomas William, general & furnishing ironmonger & oil & colour warehouse
Beale William, shoeing smith, Newton
Bennett Mary (Mrs.), farmer, Puxey
Best John, tin plate worker
Brice Edward, veterinary surgeon
Bright Mary Ann (Mrs.), baker
Brook James, station master
Cake Charles, grocer, boot & shoe warehouse & earthenware dealer
Chapman Richard, White Hart inn & posting house & brewer
Cheesman Benjamin, accountant & superintendent registrar, clerk to Union & Rural Sanitary Authority
Cluett Carrie (Mrs.), dress maker
Cluett James, farmer, Bagber
Cluett John Major, farmer
Cluett William, dairyman & farmer, Bagber
Coate Tom, yeoman, Newton house
Coombes George, blacksmith, Bagber
Cowly Susanna (Miss), shopkeeper
Creech Henry George, auctioneer & estate agent, see Senior & Creech
Creech William, steward & agent to Lord Rivers, Beech house
Dashwood Henry Charles, solicitor & commisioner
Dawe Mary Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Bagber
Dorchester Old Bank (branch of) R. & H. Williams & Co. (W. H. Marshallsay, manager); draw on Williams, Deacon & Co. London E.C.
Dowding George, Bull Inn, Newton
Dowding Joseph, horse breaker, Newton
Drake John, farmer
Drake Brothers, boot & shoe makers
Drake Samuel, stationer
Duffett Edward, farmer
Duffett John, farmer, Common
Duffett Samuel, farmer
Duffett William, butcher, Newton
Fish George, brick maker, Bagber
Fish Joshua & Josiah, farmers, Bagber
Fish Josiah & Co. corn & cake merchants
Flavell George, M.R.C.V.S.L. veterinary surgeon
Foe Francis, sawyer, Newton
Fry John, saddler
Gould Willam, farmer, Haydon
Grant William, superintendent of police
Harris John, Swan commercial inn & posting house
Hawkins Thomas, linen draper & stationer
Higgins William, plumber & glazier
Hopkins Charles, mason, Bagber
Hutchings Charles, watch & clock maker
Inkpen Thomas, shopkeeper
Jackson Edward, grocer & druggist
James William, grocer
Jeffery George, farmer, Bagber
Knott Ambrose, farmer
Knott George, harness maker, Newton
Knott John, pig dealer, Common
Knott William, farmer
Lane William, chimney sweeper
Leach John Comyns, surgeon & medical officer to the Union & to the Rural Sanitary Authority, The Lindens
Lemon Henry, tailor
Lewis Henry, tailor & woollen draper
Light Louisa (Mrs.), wardrobe dealer
Lydford James, shoe maker
Meader Jesse, watch & clock maker, jeweller & silversmith
Melmoth Thomas, saddler
Moors William, commission agent
Morris William, confectioner
National Provincial Bank (branch of) (F. B. Cooke, manager); draw on Head Office, Bishopsgate st. London
Newman Daniel, farmer, Bagber
Newman Joseph, tailor
Newman Richard P. mason
Paviour Thomas Barter & Co. linen & woollen drapers & tailors
Phillips Edwin, farmer
Phillips Thomas Benjamin, plumber & glazier
Pitt Albert, smith, machinist & agricultural implement agent
Pitt Jane (Mrs.), refreshment rooms
Pollock Joseph Alexander, general draper & outfitter, & boot & shoe warehouse; & at Wincanton
Pope John, cooper
Porter James, marine store dealer
Potter Thomas, grocer & assistant overseer
Rabbetts Henry & George, farmers, Bagber
Rake Martin, grocer
Ralph Charles, farmer, Bagber
Ridout John, cheese merchant
Rose Charles, carpenter
Rose Charles, shopkeeper
Rose Charles Seymour, printer & stationer
Rose Daniel, baker
Rose Harry, farmer, Bagber
Rose James, farmer, Bagber
Rose James, tailor
Rose Job, farmer, Newton
Rose John, farmer
Rose Joseph, farmer, Newton
Rose Maria (Mrs.), Red Lion, Newton
Rose Matilda (Mrs.), miller, Newton
Rose Rosanna (Miss), baker
Rose Thomas, beer retailer
Rowland Elizabeth (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker
Rowland John, butcher
Rowland Matthew, pig dealer
Rowland Thomas, boot & shoe maker
Russell Hodder, baker, Common
Senior & Creech, auctioneers & estate agents. See advertisement
Sherring Richard, Rivers’ Arms
Short Charles, butcher
Short Elizabeth (Mrs.), butcher
Strange James & Son, grocer
Strange Frank, boot & shoe maker
Strange Joseph, farmer
Sturminster Gas & Coke Co. Limited (William H. Marshallsay, sec)
Sturminster Literary Institute (W. H. Marshallsay, sec)
Tarzewell James, surgeon & medical officer to the Union
Taylor Thomas, road surveyor & inspector of nuisances
Thorne Henry, auctioneer, appraiser, surveyor & commision agent, agent to the Allan Royal Mail Steam Packet Co
Topp John, grazier
Trowbridge Job, farmer, Common
Tucker Thomas, coal, cake & manure merchant
Tuffin Tom, Rose & Crown, Bagber
Westcott John, currier & farmer
White Henry William, beer retailer
Young Barbara & Mary (Misses), young ladies’ day & boarding school, Riverside villa. See advertisement
Young Ann (Mrs.), draper
Young Robert, tailor
Young William, shoe maker

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J G Harrod & Co’s Postal & Commercial Directory of Dorset & Wiltshire 1865

STURMINSTER NEWTON CASTLE, a market town, parish, and railway station, on the Dorset Central Railway, in the hundred and union of the same name, distant 108 miles from London, 10 N.W. from Blandford, 12 W. from Sherborne, 5 S.E. from Stalbridge, and 8 S.W. from Shaftesbury. The town is situated on the banks of the river Stour,. Which, flowing through the vale of Blackmoor, empties itself into the sea at Christchurch, in Hampshire. The church, St. Mary’s, within about the last twenty years has been nearly rebuilt, and very considerably enlarged, at the sole expense of the late Rev. T. H. Lane Fox; it is in the Norman style, in the form of a cross. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of Lord Rivers, lord of the manor, and the tithes have been commuted for £712, with residence; glebe, 200 acres; the Rev. Richard Lowndes is the vicar. The Primitive Methodists have a chapel. The Wesleyans have a chapel and Sunday school. There are schools for children of both sexes and for infants, supported by voluntary subscriptions. On the Newton side of the river are the remains of an old castle, supposed to have been erected by the Romans; they consist of a keep, within a vallum and ditch, seated on a hill. The ground-plan was in the form of the letter D. There is a large camp, called Banbury. A Literary and Scientific Institution was established in 1850. There is a market every alternate Thursday, chiefly for cattle. The fairs are held on the 12th of May and 24th of October, at which is appointed the high constable of the hundred of Sturminster. The petty sessions of the division are held monthly here, The population in 1861 was 1,880, and the acreage 4,229. In the union of Sturminster there are twenty parishes. The workhouse is at Sturminster. Board meeting every Wednesday.

NEWTON tithing is divided from Sturminster by the river. Bagbere is a tithing 2 miles W., on the road to Sherborne.

FIDDLEFORD is a hamlet of Sturminster Newton, 2 miles S.E. from that town, and 8 N.W. from Blandford; Kingsdown, 1 S.E.; Hole, half a mile S.; Knacker’s Hole, Garland, and Common Gate, 2 miles S.; Darknell, 2 miles S.W.

POSTAL REGULATIONS.– William Trite, postmaster. Letters delivered at 7.30 a.m. Box closes at 6.15 p.m.; letters received until 6.25 by affixing an extra stamp; dispatched for Blandford at 6.25. Money-orders are issued and paid at this office, and Savings Bank business transacted.

Dorset Bank – (Robert and Herbert Williams) (William Colbourne, Esq., manager); draw on Williams, Deacon and Co.
National Provincial Bank – (J. W. Coffin, manager); draw on London Joint Stock Bank.

Excise Office – ‘Swan’.
Stamp Office – William Trite, distributor.
Union Workhouse – M. Williams, Esq., chairman; R. Stiby, Esq., vice chairman; Samuel Walter Long, Esq., clerk; William Kemp Clough, master; Mrs. Grace Goodenough Clough, matron; Miss A. Roe, Schoolmistress; J. Tarzewell, Esq., surgeon.

Clerk to the Commissioner of Taxes – H. C. Dashwood, Esq.
Clerk to Magistrates of Petty Sessions – Robert Rideout Harvey, Esq.
Clerk to Board of Guardians – Samuel Walter Long, Esq.
Superintendent Registrar – Samuel Walter Long, Esq.

St. Mary’s Church – Rev. R. Lowndes, vicar; Philip Adams, parish clerk.
Primitive Methodist Chapel – ministers various.
Wesleyan Chapel – ministers various.

Parochial – J. Holmes, master; Miss Anne Bennett, mistress.
Infant – Mrs. Betsey Bennett, mistress.

T. Bright, Blandford to Yeovil, Tuesday and Thursday; return, Wednesday and Friday.

Brown T., Esq
Dashwood Mrs.
Dashwood Misses
Davis Mrs.
Goodridge Mrs. John
Guy Mrs Ann, Newton
Guy A., Esq.
Lowndes Rev. Richard, M.A., Vicarage
Newman Misses
Reveley Rev. R, curate
Spencer Mrs., Newton
Adams Charles, carpenter & wheelwright
Adams Philip, parish clerk
Andrews William, farmer, Bagbere
Baker George, hairdresser & perfumer
Barnett, Edward William, tailor
Belben William, farmer, Bagbere
Bennett Miss Anne, schoolmistress
Bennett Mrs., farmer, Bagbere
Best John, tinman and brazier
Bleathman Thomas, farmer, Common
Brice Edward, veterinary surgeon
Burbidge Henry, watch and clock maker
Busey John, farmer, Bagbere
Cheesewright William, surgeon
Clough Mrs. G. G, matron of workhouse
Clough Wm. Kemp, master of workhouse
Coater John, wheelwright, Newton
Coffin Mrs., watchmaker and jeweller
Coffin J. W., manager of National Provincial Bank
Colbourne Wm., manager of Dorset bank
Collins Mrs., Swan
Coombes George, blacksmith, Bagbere
Cowley, John, mason
Curtis James, bootmaker
Dashwood Henry Chas., solicitor, commissioner in chancery, clerk to commissioners of taxes, and secretary to Sturminster agricultural society
Dorset Bank (branch of), (Robert and Herbert Williams), draw on Williams, Deacon and Co.
Dowding James, farmer, Bagbere
Dowding William, farmer, Bagbere
Dowling George, horse breaker
Drake Samuel, boot and shoemaker
Duffett Samuel, jun, farmer
Duffett Samuel, farmer, Common
Duffett Wm., butcher & farmer, Newton
Fish George, farmer, Bagbere
Fish Joshua, farmer, Bagbere
Goodfellow John, tallow chandler
Gould William, farmer
Hammond John, chief superintendent of county police
Hancock Thomas, ironmonger
Harvey Robert Rideout, solicitor, clerk to magistrates, & perpetual commissioner, and agent to Lord Rivers
Harvey Thomas, beer retailer
Hawkins Thomas, draper
Hayward Robert, cooper, Newton
Holmes J., master of National school
Hopkins Charles, mason and shopkeeper, Bagbere
Hopkins Henry, farmer, Bagbere
Hutchings Alexander, grazier, Newton
Hutchings Nathaniel, farmer
Hutchings Mrs. Martha, shopkeeper
Isaac Henry, draper and clothier
Jackson Edward, grocer and druggist
Jackson Mrs., beer retailer
Knott Ambrose, jun., farmer, Ham lane
Knott Ambrose, sen., farmer, Ham gate
Knott George, harness maker, Newton
Knott John, dealer
Knott William, farmer
Lawrance Wm., millwright and machinist, Newton
Lemon Henry, Jolly Brewers inn
Light Mrs. Louisa, wardrobe dealer
Long Samual Walter, solicitor
Melmoth Thomas, saddler & harness maker
Michell Simon Langhorn, pattern and robe maker
Moon William, blacksmith
Mullet James, farmer, Puxey
Mullett James, farmer, Bagbere
Mullett William, bailiff
Mullet Theoph., farmer, Newton
National Provincial Bank (branch of), (J. W. Coffin, manager); draw on London Joint Stock Bank
Newman John, farmer
Newman Joseph, tailor
Newman Richd. Philip, mason & bricklayer
Osmond Henry, grocer
Paviour Thos., linen and woollen draper
Phillips Edwin, plumber, painter & glazier
Pope John, cooper
Potter Thomas, grocer and tea dealer
Rake Martin, miller and farmer, Newton Mill
Ralph Charles, farmer, Bagbere
Ridout John, cheese dealer
Roberts George, farmer, Bagbere
Roberts William, boot and shoe maker
Rose Benjamin, tailor
Rose Charles, carpenter
Rose Charles, shopkeeper, Goffs corner
Rose Mrs. Christian, shopkeeper, Newton
Rose Daniel, baker and farmer
Rose James, farmer
Rose James, farmer, Bagbere
Rose James, tailor
Rose Job, farmer
Rose John, dairyman, Newton
Rose John, farmer
Rose Joseph, grazier & farmer, Newton
Rose Miss Rosanna, baker
Rose Thomas, beer retailer
Rossiter Henry, Crown commercial hotel and posting house
Rossiter John, auctioneer, appraiser, valuer, estate and general commission agent, and land and timber surveyor, Newton house
Rowland Mrs. Elizabeth, straw bonnet maker
Rowland Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Savory Eli, boot and shoemaker
Selway Enoch, clerk of works
Sherring Richard, Bull, and cooper, mail cart contractor
Short Aaron, shopkeeper
Short Mrs., butcher
Short Charles, butcher
Standley George, shoemaker
Strange Edward, currier and leather cutter
Strange James, grocer
Strange Joseph, farmer
Stroud Henry, farmer
Sweetman Robert, Red Lion, Newton
Tarzewell James, surgeon, & registrar of births and deaths
Tapper Edward, White Hart inn
Taylor Thomas, surveyor
Topp John, brush maker
Trite Wm., printer, bookseller, stationer, post office, stamp office, &c.;
Tuffin James, Rose and Crown, & butcher, Bagbere
Westcott John, currier and leather seller
White Henry William, beer retailer and carpenter
Young Edward, shoemaker
Young John, bootmaker
Young Robert, tailor and draper
Young William, shoemaker
Adams Charles, Travellers’ Rest
Adams Philip, brewer
Cressey Silas, hoeder
Rose Job, miller
Stainer William, blacksmith
Stone William, farmer
Swaine John, gamekeeper
Wilds William, wool dealer