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BUCKLAND MONACHORUM IN THE TAVISTOCK DIRECTORY OF 1918

 

POST OFFICE: William J Pike, sub-postmaster.

Letters, through Yelverton, arrive at 7.10am and 5.10pm. Box cleared at 9.10 am and 5.10 pm. The nearest Telegraph Office is at Yelverton, 2 miles distant, and the nearest Money Order office is at Crapstone, 1 mile distant.

RESIDENTS

Adams, G, Milton

Angear, C H, Pound Cottage

Babbage, H, farmer, Buckland

Baker, W J, School House

Beer, W, farmer, Milton

Blowey, J, farmer, Pound Farm

Blowey, P, farmer, Tor

Blowey, F, farmer, Stoke Hill

Bundock, Major, Uppaton

Butland, A, farmer, Cuxton

Cann, H S, farmer, Hatch Mills

Chowen, Miss H, Fairtown

Clark, H A, Crapstone Cottage

Conybeare, J. J , The Stores

Crossman, W, dairyman

Dawe, S, farmer, Milton Combe

Dawe, J, dairyman

Lord Seaton Elliott Drake, Buckland Abbey

Edwards, W J, farmer

Fox J, joiner & undertaker

Hamlyn, J, farmer, Sowton

Hayne, Rev. R J, Sowton

Lang, J, Ludbrook

Moore, J, farmer, Crapstone

Northmore, W, farmer

Ogden, R, Manor Hotel

Pike, W J, Buckland Villa

Lord Percy, Bickham House

Roe, Capt. R G, Tavy Cottage

Rogers, A, farmer, Didham

Spencer, Mrs, Crapstone House

Spry, T H, farmer, Alstone

Troop, R J, Venton Farm

Ward, S H, Netherton

Ward,E, farmer

Weymouth, T, Cuddeford

Williams, A, The Bungalow

Wherry, A W, assistant overseer, Crapstone

 

 
 
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