Hunt & Co.’s Directory March 1849 - Transcription of the entry for Dursley, Gloucestershire Law and Public Officers.
Bloxsome Edward, deputy clerk of the Peace, Long street Godwin Edward, bailiff of Dursley, Parsonage street Harding Robert Compton, registrar of births and deaths for Uley district, Uley Jackson Alfred, clerk to the board of guardians, and superintendent registrar, Long
street Leonard George, registrar of marriages for Dursley Union, and for births and deaths
for Dursley district, Parsonage street Vizard John, clerk to the turnpike trust, Long street
PUBLIC BUILDINGS, INSTITUTIONS, OFFICERS, &c.
ALMS HOUSES, Woodmancote, for six poor men and their wives COUNTY COURT OFFICE, Long street; Clerk, Alfred Jackson DEPOT OF THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE, Parsonage
street; agent, Mary Ann Wall GAS WORKS, Dursley; manager, Thomas Hurlstone POLICE STATION, Slade lane; superintendent, John Nicholls STAMP OFFICE, Long street; sub-distributor, Edward Bloxsome, jun. TOWN HALT, Market place UNION WORKHOUSE, near Bolton lane; master, Wm. Law; matron, Elizabeth Jane
BRISTOL and GLOUCESTER RAILWAY.
The nearest Station is Berkeley road, three miles. Conveyances to meet every train, from the Old Bell, and Bell and Castle
GLOUCESTER, Bowyer, from Parsonage street, Wed. and Sat. STROUD, Bletchly, from the Lamb, Mon. Wed. and Fri.
Law and Public Officers.
Ellis Williams Joyner, county coronor, Wickselme Gaisford William, clerk to the magistrates. Orton Thomas, registrar of marriages, birth and deaths
PUBLIC OFFICES, &c.
EXCISE OFFICE, White Hart Inn POLICE STATION, serjeant, William Knight STAMP OFFICE, sub-distributor, Timothy Tratman
BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTER RAILWAY.
The nearest Station is Berkeley road two miles and a half. An Omnibus from the Berkeley Arms' Hotel, to meet every train.
BRISTOL, P'ick & Tilly, from the White Lion, Mon. and Thurs. GLOUCESTER, Hopkins, Saturday, and Mabbett, Wed. and Sat.
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