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Entries from Robsons Directory for 1835

Stalbridge, a market town and parish in the Sturminster division and Browneshall hundred, on a branch of the river Stour, 7 miles from Sherborne, 10 from Shaftesbury, and 1 from Henstridge. Contained in 1831, 1773 inhabitants, and was assessed in 1815 to £10,615. The town consists of two streets angularly situated towards each other, and at the point of junction is an ancient sculptured cross, about 30 feet high, of excellent workmanship and just proportion, which are rarely found in similar structures. The soil is rocky, and supplies the neighbourhood with stone for building. The silk manufacture is the only one existing here at present, though the place was formerly noted for its manufacture of hosiery. The market-day is on Tuesday, and the fairs for cattle are held on 6th May and 4th September. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of Christ's College, Cambridge, value £27 4s 7d. K. B. and £1,004 in 1835. There is also, a place of worship for disenters.
Marnhull is a village and parish in the same hundred, divided from Stalbridge by the river Stour. The occupation of its inhabitants is chiefly agriculture.

Name Profession
BRYANT, Samuel Wheelwright
BUCKLAND, Charles Victualler
BURT, James Baker
COOK, John Shoemaker
COOK, Mrs Milliner and Straw Hat maker
CREW, Thomas Blacksmith
CREW, William Wheelwright

Chemist and Druggist, Stationer and Tobacco Manufacturer
DIKE, Francis Turner
DIKE, Isaac Boot and Shoemaker
DOVER, Daniel Cooper
DREW, John Saddler
DUFFETT, John Boot and Shoemaker
DYKE, Rhoda Day School
EVIS, Charles Pork Butcher
FOOKES, Robert Surgeon
GALLOP, William Tallow Chandler
GLYDE, John Linen Draper
GLYDE, William Grocer and Ironmonger
HARRIS, Robert Joiner and Cabinetmaker
HARRIS, Stephen Carpenter
HARRIS, William Grocer, Draper and Saddler
HARRIS, William Saddler
HOCKEY and Son Watch and Clockmakers
HODDENOUGHT,, John Boarding and Day School
HODDENOUGHT, Misses Boarding and Day School
ILANS, James Butcher
INKPEN, Ephraim Tailor
IVES, James Beer Retailer
JEAN, George Carpenter
JACKSON, Charles Veterinary Surgeon
JEANS, Charles Blacksmith
JEANS, Levi Beer Retailer
LEONARD, Thomas Maltster and Mason
LONGMAN, John Baker
LUFFMAN, George Tailor
MEAD, John Stonemason
MEAD, John Painter
MEAD, Andrew Plumber and Glazier
MONKTON, Charles Solicitor
MOORE, William Brewer
MURRAY, John Carpenter
MURRAY, Sarah Dressmaker
OLIVER, George Plumber and Glazier
PARSON, Grace Schoolmistress
PERRY, Maurice Victualler - Swan
PITMAN, William Plumber and Glazier
PITTEN, George Beer Retailer
RIDOUT, Mary Beer Retailer
RYALL, George Grocer
RYALL, Joseph Victualler - Red Lion
SEYMOUR, John Stonemason
SEYMOUR, Sophia Grocer and Draper
SMITH, William Hair cutter
TAPP, John Master of the National School
TAYLOR, Henry Auctioneer and Brewer
TAYLOR, Sarah Milliner and Dressmaker
TAYLOR, Thomas Joiner and Cabinetmaker
TAYLOR, William Auctioneer and Appraiser
VALENTINE, William Cooper
VYNE, John Boot and Shoemaker
WEST, John Beer Retailer
WHITE, Henry Brewer
WOODROW, John Grocer and Draper

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