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Kelly's Directory 1893

St Minver, Cornwall


Rateable Value: 2,200
Population: 	Highlands 515, Lowlands 352

Sexton: Samuel Sleeman

Post, M O & TO, SB and Annuity and Insurance Office, Church Town - Richard Williams, sub-postmaster.
Letters through Wadebridge RSO arrive 9.45 am and 2.40 pm,
Dispatched 10.10 am and 3.30 pm

Wall Letter Box Treddizzick: 3.45 pm week days only
Post Office Rock - Charles Richards, sub-postmaster. 

Letters received though Wadebridge RSO arrive 10.35 am, dispatched 3.25 pm. 
The nearest money and telegraph office is at St Minver. Postal orders are issued here but not paid.

School (mixed), built in 1850 for 150 children; average attendance 87. 
Charles Frost, master, Mrs Lucy Jackson, infants' mistress.

St Minver
Chase Rev. Charles Henry MA Vicarage
Coleman Mrs, Park Cottage
Durrant John James, Tredizzick bridge
Ivey William, Tredizzick bridge
Sanford Rev. Edward Ayshford MA (Prebendary of Bath and Wells, St Minver House
Stephens Robert Darell Smythe FLS, FGS, FZS, Trewornan

Beer Enos, farmer, Pentire glaze
Beswetherick Thomas, farmer & miller (water), Trevelver
Blake Charles, farmer, Tregenna
Blake David, jun. farmer, Dinham
Blake Henry, farmer & assistant overseer for the Highlands, Shalders
Blake John, farmer, Little Porthilly
Bosancoe William, mason
Brickwood Jn, mason & frmer. Tredizzick
Burnard John, farmer, Gonvena
Burton John (Mrs), farmer, Porthilly
Cann James, farmer, Sparnall Stich
Chenoweth Richard, farmer, Trelawder
Coleman John, farmer, Carlumb
Collings John, farmer, Portquin
Collings Richard, farmer, Plain Street
Goodman John, farmer, Rosewin
Goodman William, draper & carpenter
Greenwood, Harry, farmer, Porteath
Gummow Wm, Blacksmith, Pittimee
Hains John, farmer Treueens
Ham Robert, master mariner, Pittimee
Hawken Ellen (Mrs), farmer, Rosesorow
Hawken Joseph Burt, farmer, Carruan
Hawken Richard, farmer, Trevanger
Hawkey John Geach & Thos, farmers, Treglines
Hawkey Geach, auctioneer & valuer, Trelines
Hawkins George, farmer, Cant
James George, carpenter
Keat Saml, Miller (water) Shilla millls
Kent George, bootmaker, Splatt
Mably Caroline (Mrs), farmer, Pittimee
Mably, John, farmer, Pearles
Mably John, farmer Trevetherick
Mably John, jun farmer, Penmain
Mably Richard, boot ma. Tredizzick
Mably Thomas, farmer, Keiro (Means)
Mably William farmer, Trewiston
Mably William Henry, farmer, Treglyn down and Treglyn
Male John, master mariner, Splatt
Male John Guy, farmer, Tredizzick
Male Thomas shoemaker, Tredizzick
Male William Mably, farmer, shopkeeper & butcher, Tredizzick
Martyn John, carpenter
Mills Phillip, farmer, Great Keiro
Profitt John, farmer, Higher Penmaine
Randall Harriott (Mrs ), farmer Trewin
Randall, John Lynham, farmer and assistant overseer for Lowlands, Stopatide
Reed Henry farmer
Rolleston Frank, master mariner, Splatt
Rosevear Henry, farmer, Trewornan
Rowse James, farmer, Rosemain Cot
Sleeman John, shoemaker
Thomas Henry, farmer Mesmear
Tremain Thomas, farmer, Treverra and Trefreesa
Tummon John, farmer Trewomaund
Tummon William, farmer, Trevigo
Williams Richard, blacksmith & agricultural implement maker & Temperence hotel, Post office
Wills John, farmer Trebetherick
Wills William Anthony, farmer, Carlyon

Bannerman Edward
Coleman Frank Rock hill
Drew Mrs
George John Albion house
Ivey Mrs
Lander Frederick Charles
Lines Rev Harry (curate)
Martyn John
Mear Walter
Trevethan Miss
Bray Frank, corn, flour & seed & general merchant, See advertisement.
Buller Tom, registrar of births and deaths for Egloshayle parish
Emery Sarah Ann & Alice (Misses), Rock hotel
Ivey Jane(Miss), apartments
Mably Mary Ann (Mrs ), shopkeeper
Mear Walter, marine surveyor
Richards Charles, grocer and draper. Post office.

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