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INSTOW  RESIDENTS  IN KELLY'S  DIRECTORY OF 1939

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St. John the Baptist, Instow

St. John the Baptist, Instow - seen from Appledore

 

PRIVATE RESIDENTS

Bartley-Denniss, Lt. Col, Cyril Edmund Bartley, DSO; DL; Windycroft

Beckwith, Mrs, 2 Bath Terrace

Chichester, Sir Edward G. bart., The Bungalow

Couchman, Sir Francis Dundas, KBE; M.Inst. CE, Loventor

Crawford, Miss, Swiss Cottage

Critchley-Salmonson, Mrs., 3 Victoria Terrace

Durnford-Slater, Mrs, White House

Evatt, Col. Francis Willie, Green Hill

German, Frederick, Dudley House

Gilbert, Arthur Stanley, Elmfield

Godden, David, Crossways

Greening, F, Valeridge

Hasluck, Miss I, Strandfield

Hinchcliff, Miss, Worlington House

Hulton, Miss P. M.; Grey Sands

Johnson, Capt. Charles C,RN (ret), Glenroyd

Keene, Maj. Hugo Nicholson James, MC, 1 Cleveland Villas

Kelham, Mrs., Hatton Croft

Ker, Mrs., East-the-Water

Lane, Mrs.,7 Bath Terrace

McMahon, Maj. Donat John Bruce, Newton House

Miles, Harold, Myrtle Cottage

Miller, Robert Hamilton MRCS,; LRCP; Venn

Mulock, John S, Millards Hill

O'Brien, Mrs, Newstead

Paul, Lt. Col. James, Little Hill North

Pilkington, Arthur, Little Hill South

Peters, Lt. Col. James Robert, DSO, The Verne

Preston-Whyte Mrs. Elm Tree Terrace

Renshaw, Lady Mary, 6 Bath Terrace

Somers-Cocks, Rev. Henry Lawrence MA; Westaway

Symonds Maj. William Powell, The Cottage, Cleveland Villas

Weaver, Rev. Samuel BA (rector), The Rectory

White, Miss D, Instow House

White-Atkins, Mrs. L, Ulmrosa

Wickham, Alfred, Bar Beacon

COMMERCIAL

Anstey, Thomas, farmer, South Yeo

Bale, John W, farmer, Bickleton

Instow British Legion (Studley Parkhouse, hon. sec.)

Dark, John Thomas, builder, Quay Close

Dobbs, Alfred Reginald, Clerk to Parish Council etc.

Gill, James, smallholder, Huish Moor

Hare, M. (Miss), boarding house, 3 Marine Park

Hare, William, painter, 2 Galsworthy House

Huxtable, George Henry, farmer, Lower Huish

Instow Private Hotel (C. Clarke, prop.) 4 Bath Terrace

Instow Rifle & Social Club (W. H. Frayne, hon. sec.)

Jeffrey, William, farmer, Middle Huish

John P & M, shopkeepers

Johns, Richard, ferryman, The Quay

Jones, Phoebe (Mrs.), dairy, Limegrove

Joslin, Ernest, farmer, Raddy Farm

Marine Hotel (Mrs. A. King, prop.)

Martin, William Thomas, boot & shoe repairer, 2 Craigwell

Matthews, William, tailor, 1 Marine Terrace

May, Clara Maud (Mrs. ) farmer, The Barton

Molland, Francis Thomas & Son, motor car proprietors.

New Inn (Mrs. Minnie Jordan), Lane End

North Devon Cricket Club (hon. sec. V. Cope)

North Devon Croquet & Tennis Club (Maj. J. B. Mcmahon, hon. sec.)

Parkhouse, Studley, grocer, 4 & 5 Marine Parade

Pidler, C. (Mrs.) boarding house, Torridge Vale

Pidler, Christopher Charles, boarding house, Mimosa

Raffell, Phyllis (Miss), boarding house, Quay House

Rudd, Florence Elizabeth (Miss) confectioner, Jubilee Hall

Shepherd, Herbert Howell, shopkeeper & sub-postmaster

Slee, Reginald Skinner, butcher, Lyndale Terrace

Smallcorn, William, butcher, 2 Marine Park

Smith, Gilbert, boarding house, The Old Rectory

Snell, James Bater, farmer, Dayopeep

Steer, John, farmer, Fullincott

Taw, Torridge and N. Devon Sailing Club (E. Pearson, FRCS hon, sec.)

Welch, William Henry, farmer, Orchard Farm

West, John, dairyman, Downs

White-Atkins, Beatrice Mary (Miss), masseuse, Two Rivers

Yeo, Henry & Sons, carpenters.

 

 

 
 
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