Post Office Directory 1851, Tillington, West Sussex

Tillington, a neat village and parish in the hundred of Rotherbridge, 1 mile from Petworth, on the main road to Midhurst. The church is a neat structure; the interior is tastefully fitted up, and contains several handsome monuments. The living is a rectory in the presentation of Col. George Wyndham; the incumbent is the Rev. Robert Ridsdale. Here is a National School.

Letters received through Petworth.

Ayling Rev. William
Mitford William Townly, esq. Pitshill Mansion
Ridsdale Rev. Robert
Tooth Edward, esq.
Veale Richard, esq.

Aylwin Mrs Elizabeth, farmer
Baker Mrs Mary, farmer
Bell John, farmer
Bridger Charles, shopkeeper
Bridger James, farmer
Chalwin Mrs Sarah, “Horse Guards”
Colebrook George, farmer
Colebrook Thomas, farmer
Comper William, shopkeeper
Edwards Richard, farmer
Farhall John N. farmer
Foard Michael, blacksmith
Haslett George, shopkeeper
Orsborn George, master of National School
Puttick James, farmer
Puttick William, “Queen’s Head”
Sanders John, farmer
Sherwin Thomas, farmer
Wakeford James, carpenter
Wiggins Richard, farmer


Transcribed by Stacey Gardner

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