Post Office Directory 1851, Angmering, West Sussex

Angmering is a parish in Poling hundred, rape of Arundel, with 4,200 acres, and a population of 1,012 in 1851. The Income Tax assessment, in 1842, was £6,273. The parish was originally, for ecclesiastical purposes divided into east & west; East Angmering is a vicarage, and West a rectory, united and valued at £258 per annum, in the patronage of Sir G. R. Peachell M.P. Angmering is on the road from Shoreham to Bognor, 6 ½ miles from Worthing by road, 4 east of Littlehampton, and 4 miles from Arundel

Letters received through Arundel

Amoore George
Gratwicke William Gratwicke Kinleside, esq. Ham House
Grant James, sen.
Harwood Mr
Loud Miss
Nash Mrs
Olliver Mrs James
Parsons Mrs
Parsons Rev. H. J. G.
Reeks Rev. H., rector & vicar
Smith Mrs
Wyatt William esq. farmer

Amoore Richard, butcher
Amoore Thomas, farmer
Baker Henry, shopkeeper
Battock William, saddler
Best William, painter &c.
Gates John, “Fox”
Grant George, farmer & registrar
Grant Henry, shopkeeper
Grant James, jun., miller
Green James, blacksmith
Hammond John, bricklayer
Heath Robert, shopkeeper
Heasman John West, farmer
Hersee Charles, farmer
Holmes James, shoemaker
Jarrett Thomas, carpenter
Johnson Allen, postmaster
Lindfield William, bricklayer
Luck, farmer
Meeteus James, “Red Lion” & butcher
Meeteus Thomas, farmer, Park Farm
Miles William, farmer
Mills, farmer at the Decoy
Nye John, wheeler & carpenter
Olliver Misses, shopkeepers
Parsons James, shoemaker
Pelling James, beer seller
Peskett Zebedee, blacksmith
Ragless Misses, dressmakers
Rose Thomas, tailor
Sayers Nathaniel, farmer & parish clerk
Simpson George, brewer, baker & miller
Standing Thomas, farmer
Wilkinson John, “Lamb Inn”
Woolven Charles, shoemaker
Woolven Henry, carpenter


Transcribed by Stacey Gardner

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