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PETER TAVY IN THE TAVISTOCK DIRECTORY OF 1918

 

Peter Tavy in 1823
Peter Tavy in 1823

(in the distance is the church of St Michel de Rupe (Saint Michael of the Rock) perched on top of Brent Tor

Courtesy Devon County Council

 

Post Office:

Mrs. E. Dodd, sub-postmistress. Letters received from Tavistock at 7.15 am, despatched at 5. 30pm. No Sunday delivery. Mary Tavy 1 mile distant, is the nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office.

Wall letter boxes:

Wilsworthy cleared at 10.30 am. Cudliptown cleared at 3.15 pm week days only.

 

RESIDENTS

Bellamy, W. farmer, Westlake

Cole, W, farmer, Cudliptown

Dawe, G, farmer, Harragrove

Dodd, E, farmer, Village

Dodd, W, miller, Higher Mill

Dockings, Miss, School House

Harvey H, farmer, Brousentor

Harvey, Mrs. J, Hilltown

Harvey, W, Twist Farm

Harvey, W, farmer, Wapsworthy

Holmes, W, Lower Church Town

Horne, G, farmer, Cocks Tor

Kelly, R, farmer, Baggator

Ladds, Mrs. Hillbridge

Lester, Rev. A. S, The Rectory

Millman, W, carpenter

Mudge, W,Great Sowton Town

Palmer, W, farmer, Lane Head

Peek, J, farmer, Village

Perkins, A, Tor Town

Perkins, J, farmer, Village

Phillips, J, farmer, Youlditch

Rowse, W, farmer, Cudliptown

Sleeman, J, wheelwright

Vogwill, Mrs. G, Village

Weeks, Mrs. M, shopkeeper

Williams, W, Shilands

Williams, S, Petertavy Inn

 

 
 
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