TRING IN 1825

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PIGOT AND CO.’S
ROYAL
NATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL
DIRECTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY.

1825.
 


TRING

 

[missing text]. . . . and throwing, yielding employment for nearly 200 children of both sexes. This establishment promises to be of essential benefit to the humble and industrious class of inhabitants. The fairs are Easter Monday, and on the 11th of September, principally for pleasure. According to the population returns, in 1821, Tring contained 3,286 persons.

ALDBURY is a small village, two miles and a half from Tring, and thirty from London, about a mile from the high road loading to Aylesbury and Tring: situated in a hollow surrounded by hills. The church is an ancient structure‘, with an embattled tower. The parish contained, in 1821, 676 persons.

WIGGINTON is a village, one mile from Tring, seated on the skirts of a sterile common of the same
name. The houses are of exceedingly humble appearance, inhabited by persons who are chiefly dependant on the plaiting of straw for a subsistence. The church is a small building of a very mean exterior. There is at sort of revel held on Whit Monday for rural sports. The population is about 500.

POST OFFICE, Tring. Elizabeth Montague, Post Mistress. The London mail arrives at twelve at night, and departs at three in the morning. The Manchester and North mails, and St. Albans, arrive at eight in the morning, and are despatched at seven in the evening.

 

GENTRY AND CLERGY.

Note.—The names with the town not
mentioned are in Tring.
Faithfull Wm. esq. attorney
Gordon J. esq. Stocks, Aldbury
Griffin William, esq.
Hammond Wm. esq. Champions,
Wigginton.
Hunter Richard, esq.
Jenks Rev. —, rector of Aldbury,
Parsonage
Kay Richard, esq.
Lacey Rev. —, minister of Tring,
Frogmore end
Mead Jno. esq. Frogmore end
Sutton Robt. esq. Rossway, Wig-
ginton


BAKERS.

Austin Wilson
Foskett John
Grace Charles
Hayward Richard
Spittle James
Tompkins John
Tompkins William
White Sarah


BOOKSELLERS, &c.

Carabutt Daniel
Gates Thomas


BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.

Kindell Francis
Kindell Thomas
Lake James
Montague Thomas
Poole Moses
Short Joseph


BREWERS.

Brown John
Elliott Wm. (retail) Aldbury
Honour Jas. (retail) Wigginton
Northwood Timothy


BRICKLAYERS.

Birch William
Randall Edward
Randall Wm. jun.
Rowe Joseph


BUTCHERS.

Hanshawe James
Mead John
Woodman Richard
Wright Robert


CANVAS WEAVERS.

Cutler George
Langdon
Olney Daniel
Olney Harding


CARPENTERS.

Honour Job
Honour Wm. Wigginton
Parker Fincher
Williams Moses

           

COLLAR & HARNESS MKRS.

Bull James (& tawer)
Sutton Mary


CORN DEALERS.

Grace Thomas
Tompkins Henry
Tompkins Williiam


FELL MONGERS.

Foster John (& wool mat maker)


FIRE &c. OFFlCE AGENTS

ALLIANCE, J. R. Glenister
COUNTY, Thomas Elliman
HOPE, Henry Bruce


GROCERS & GENERAL DLRS.

Atkins Thos. Wigginton
Austin Eliz. (& china dealer)
Austin Wilson
Butcher Thos. & Son
Butterfield Joseph
Fleet Thomas
Foskett John
Funge Elizabeth
Honour Robert, Wigginton
Missenden Anthony
Norris James
Olnoy Daniel, (& china dealer)
Payne Mary, Aldbury
Rich Sarah
Rolfe Richard
Short Humphrey, Aldbury
Smith John
Tompkins Willlam
Walker William
West Samual
Wright Thos. Aldbury


INNS.

Bell, (commercial) Thos. Wilks
Rose & Crown, (commercial and
excise office) Timy. Northwood


IRONMONGERS AND
BRAZIERS.

Clement Elizabeth
Dimbry John
Rogers James
Tompkins William

LINEN DRAPERS, HABER-
DASHERS & HOSIERS.

Elliman Mary
Elliman Thomas (& undertaker)
Fowler Thomas


MALTSTERS

Brown John
Carter Ann & Grace Thomas


MILLERS.

Grover James
Grover William


PLUMBERS, PAINTERS, &c.

Knight Thomas
Philbey John


PUBLIC HOUSES.

Cow Roast, Thos. London, Wig-
ginton
George, Ann Tomkins

           

Plough, Elizabeth Brinkman
Robin Hood, Thomas Tompkins
Royal Oak, Wm. Cato
Trooper, Ann Hall, Aldbury


SILK THROWSTERS AND
WEAVERS.

Kay William & Co.


SMITHS.

Coley Geo. blacksmith, Aldbury
Fincher Thomas
Grace Sebastian
Holmes William
Pockard Rd. blacksmith, Wigginton
Roberts


SURGEONS.

Firth & Ballie
Lloyd & Dewsbury


SURVEYOR
LAND, ESTATE AND TIMBER.

Glenister J. R.


TAILORS.

Brittain Jesse, (& glover)
Bull James
Cosier William
Elliman Thomas, (& draper)
Harding James
Tompkins Benjamin


WHEELWRIGHTS.

Crawley Wm. Wigginton
Griffin James
Tompkins John
Tompkins Thomas
Virgin Robert


MISCELLANEOUS.

Bailey . straw bonnet maker
Clement Eliz. watch & clock maker
Gower Wm. vellum & parchment
maker
Ludgate Benjamin, hair dresser
Meade John, liquor merchant
Rogers James, cooper


COACHES.

To LONDON, from Tring; the Young
Pilot, from the Rose and Crown, at
seven in the morning, to the King's
Arms, Holborn Bridge.--The Grand
Intent, from the Bell, at seven in the
morning, to the Old George snow hill.
To AYLESBURY, at six in the evening
To BICESTER, through Aylesbury,
at twelve noon, from the Rose and
Crown.
To KlDDERMINSTER through Ay-
lesbury, Bicester, &c. from the Bell,
on Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday
at ten in the morning.


CARRIERS.

To LONDON, from Tring, Barthom's
waggon, from the Bell, on Tuesday
and Friday, at Twelve at noon, to
the Bell, Warwick lane.--Hearne's
waggons, through Tring, on Monday
and Thursday, to the King's Arms,
Holborn Bridge; & return to Ayles-
bury on Wednesday and Saturday.


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