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LEWTRENCHARD & LEWDOWN IN THE TAVISTOCK DIRECTORY OF 1918

 

POST: Money Order and Telegraph Office at Lewdown. Mr. Frise, sub-postmaster. Letter delivery commences 6.0am, despatched at 7.10 pm daily; Sunday letters to callers from 9 to 10 am.

WALL LETTER BOX: Trenchard Cross, cleared at 6.10 pm, week days only.

RESIDENTS

Adams, T, Downhouse

Arundell, Rev. G H, Ramps

Allen, J, farmer, Lewtrenchard

Ball, W, job master

Baring-Gould, Rev. Rector

Baring-Gould E S, Rectory

Baring-Gould, Mrs, Ardock

Badcock, Doctor C R

Brimacombe, W - Holdstrong

Chapman, J, postman

Chapman,?,  Blue Lion Hotel

Clogg, W J, police constable

Cornish, H, gardener

Curtis, G, Cross Roads

Dawe, W H, schoolmaster

Davey, C, carpenter

Duson, C, coachman

Heathman, G, carpenter

Horn, J, farmer, Galford

Harrison, J, butler

Lang, T, coachman

Lang, J, roadman

Martin, H, farmer, Warson

Medland, W, Cross Roads

Lake, F, Beechcombe Cottage

Northey, A, coachman

Palmer, W, farmer, Foxcombe

Palmer, R, farmer, Raddon

Pengelly, R, gamekeeper

Piper, J J, grocer & dealer

Piper, T, Lobhill

Prest, J, Village

Ramsden, A J, Dower House

Roberts, T, smith

Rice Bros. , dairymen

Seldon, W, Quarry Farm

Sperling, H M, Trenchard

Westington, W, farmer

White, A, mason

Wivell, W, Cross Roads

Wood, S, Downhouse

 

 
 
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