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Kelly's Directory 1902

St Minver, Cornwall


Rateable value 2,093
Population 1901 Highlands 472, Lowlands 351

Sexton: John Carhart

Post MO & TO, TMO, Express Delivery, Parcel Post, SB & Annuity & Insurance Office, Church town, Richard Williams, sub-postmaster. Letters through Wadebridge RSO arrive 840 am & 3 pm despatched 10 am & 4.25

Wall letter box: Tredizzick 4pm week days only
Wall letter box: Splatt 3.50 pm weekdays only
Wall letter box: Polzeath 3.30 pm week days only

Post Office Rock Richard Phillip sub-postmaster letters received through Wadebridge RSO arrive at 9.30 am, dispatched 3.55 pm, bank holidays 1 pm. Post orders are issued here but not paid. The nearest money order & telegraph office is at St Minver, 2 miles distant.

National School (mixed) built in 1850 for 150 children average attendance 100
Charles Frost, master, Miss Annie Buckingham, infant's mistress

St Minver
Chase Rev, Chas, Henry MA, Vicarage
Durrant John Jas Tredissick bridge
Sanford Edward Charles Perceval, St Minver house

Beer Enos, farmer, Pentire glaze
Bennett George & Charles, farmers, Porteath
Blake Charles, farmer, Penmaine
Blake David, farmer, Carlyon
Blake John, farmer, Little Porthilly
Blakee Thomas, farmer, Tredissick
Brickwood John, mason & farmer, Tredissick
Bunt Bessie (Miss), dress maker, Tredissick Bridge
Burnard John, farmer, Gonvena
Cann James, farmer, Sparnall Stich
Cock William, farmer, Trewornan
Cleave Robert, farmer Tregenna
Coleman John, farmer Carlumb
Collings Richard farmer, Port Quin
Goodman John, farmer, Rosewin
Goodman John, draper & carpenter
Gummow Gladstone, blacksmith, Pittimee
Haines Robert Jn, farmer Treweens
Harris Henry, farmer, Trelawder
Hawken Joseph, farmer, Trefreesa
Hawkey Jn Geach & Thos, farmers, Treglines
Hawken Henry, farmer, Trevanger
Hawkey John Geach & Son, auctioneers land & estate agts & valuers, Treglines
James George, carpenter
Kent George, boot maker, Splatt
Lander John, farmer, Porthillock
Lander John, farmer, Cant
Lee John F, farmer, Park cottage
Mably Caroline (Mrs), farmr Pittimee
Mably William & Fras, frmrs, Pearles
Mably Coleman, farmer, Blake's Kerow
Mably John, farmer, Trebetherick
Mably Richard, boot ma, Tredissick
Mably William, farmer, Trewiston
Mably William Henry, farmer, Treglyn down & Treglyn
Male John, master mariner, Pittimee
Male John, mason, Trevanger
Male Thomas, shoemaker, Tredissick
Male William Mably, farmer shopkeeper & butcher, Tredissick
Martyn John, carpenter,
Mills Phillip, farmer, Trefreesa
Old Joseph, farmer, Trenant
Perceval Institute, (Rev C H Chase, president)
Philp John Pearce, farmer, Porthilly
Profitt John, farmer, Higher Penmaine & Trewint
Randall David John, farmer, Rock cot
Reed Henry, farmer, Trevine
Rowse James, farmer, Rosemain Cot
Thomas Henry, farmer, Mesmear
Tummon John, farmer, Tregwormond
Tummon William, farmer Trevigo
Williams Richard Broad, blacksmith Post Office
Wills Frank, farmer, Penmain
Wills, John, farmer, Trebetherick
Wills William Anthony and John Fras, assistant overseers & farmers, Trevelver.

Campbell Leveson
Coleman Frank, Rock-hill
Drew Mrs
Hereford Mrs, Albion house
Ivey Mrs
Lander Frederick Charles
Mear Walter
Trevethan Miss
Black Ernest, omnibus proprietor
Bray Frank, ale & porter, corn flower & seed & general mer. See advert
Buller Tom, registrar of births & deaths for Egloshayle subdistrict, Bodmin union
Ivey Jane (Miss) apartments
Mably Mary Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper
Mear Walter, marine surveyor
Philp Richard, grocer & Drpr, Post off.
St Enodoc Golf Club (R W Dana, Hon Sec)
Wernard Stephen, Rock hotel.

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