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KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF MONMOUTHSHIRE 1901

Kelly's Directory of Monmouthshire,1901
The proprietors trust that the present Edition of Kelly's Directory of Monmouthshire may be found at least equal in accuracy to the previous ones. Every place in Monmouthshire, and every parish will again be found to be included in the book. The Letters M.O.O. and S.B. are abbreviations adopted by H.M. Post Office to represent Money Order Office and Savings Bank.
EBBW VALE
including
BRIERY HILL, NEWTOWN, PONTYGOF, VICTORIA, CWM and WAUNLWYD

EBBW VALE is a parish constituted by Order of the Monmouth County Council, confirmed by an Order of, the Local Government Board, dated November 19, 1894, and previously formed into an ecclesiastical parish in the year 1870 from the civil parishes of Aberystruth and Bedwellty, comprising the following places: Ebbw Vale, Briery Hill, Newtown, Pontygof and Victoria.

These closely adjoin each other, and are all in the vale of the Ebbw Fawr river, in the Northern part of the county, bordering on the county of Brecon, 179 miles from London, 2 east from Tredegar, 20 north-west from Newport, 10 south-west from Abergavenny, in the Western division of the county, hundred of Wentloog, petty sessional division and union of Bedwellty, Tredegar county court district, and in the rural deanery of Blaenau Gwent, archdeaconry of Monmouth and diocese of Llandaff.

The houses are for the most part small, being occupied by the workmen ,employed in the iron and coal works, which is the sole industry. The Ebbw Vale and Victoria stations in this parish are on the Great Western railway, and a third station at Ebbw Vale belongs to the London and North Western Railway Co., who have a branch from here joining the Abergavenny line near Beaufort station.

Ebbw Vale adopted the "Local Government Act, 1858" (21 and 22 Vict. c.98), and was governed by a Local Board from June 19, 1874, until the "Local Government Act, 1894" established the present Urban District Council.

The boundaries of the district were extended by 40 and 41 Vict.cap. cxxvii, 41 and 42 Vict. cap. clxiv and 43 and 44 Vict. cap. lviii. In 1803 the Urban District was further .enlarged by the addition to the South Ward of certain areas formerly included in the Urban Districts of Abertillery and Bedwellty, and it now comprises the parish of Ebbw Vale, in Monmouthshire, and parishes of Rassau and Beaufort in Breconshire. The Urban District Council Consists of 12 members.

Ebbw Vale is lighted with gas by the Beaufort Gas Light Co. and the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Co. Limited, and is supplied with water from works in Llangunider parish.

Christ church is a building of red sandstone, with Pennant stone dressings, in the Early English style, and consists of chancel, nave, aisles, western porch and tower at the south-west angle containing one bell: beneath the church is a spacious crypt, in which Welsh services are held: there are 750 sittings, 300 being free. The register dates from the year 1870. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value, 244, with residence, in the gift of the, Bishop of Llandaff, and held since 1894 by the, Rev. William Coleman Williams, M.A. (Cantuar.) and surrogate. The Catholic church, dedicated to All Saints, was built in 1865, and there are also Calvinistic Methodist, Congregational and Wesleyan chapels. The Literary and Scientific Institute is a very commodious building ,vith a good lecture room, library, containing about 6,000 volumes, reading room and science and art class rooms.

The London and Provincial Bank Limited and the Metropolitan Bank (of England and Wales) Limited have branches here.

The works of the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Co. Limited occupy a large portion of the valleys of the Ebbw and Sirhowy rivers; here railway iron, Bessemer and other steel rails :and every description of manufactured iron and steel is produced in immense quantities; the company are brick makers and also the owners of very large collieries, and ship coal to all parts of the world. They have now six 6o feet blast furnaces, intended to produce together 3,900 tons of pig iron weekly.

The area of the Urban District and civil parish is 6,817 acres; rateable value, 64,420. The population in 1891 was 17,025 civil, and ecclesiastical, 11,137.

Parish Clerk, Ebbw Vale: William Smith.


BRIERY HILL joins Ebbw Vale on the south-west side of the town. Here are English and Welsh Baptist and Congregational chapels.
NEWTOWN is on the east side of the town, and has Baptist and Welsh Wesleyan chapels
PONTYGOF adjoins the south end of the town, and has a station, called "Ebbw Vale," on the Western Valleys section of the Great Western railway. Here is St, Mary's Church of England mission room, and Baptist, Congregational and Calvinistic chapels, all with Welsh services.
VICTORIA joins Ebbw Vale on the south side of the town, and has a station on the Western Valleys section of the Great Western railway. Here are Baptist, Congregational and Calvinistic Methodist chapels, with Welsh services, and a Wesleyan chapel.
CWM is a hamlet in the parish of Aberystruth, in the valley of the Ebbw between two lofty hills, with a station on the Western Valleys section of the Great Western railway, 17 miles north from Newport, 3 south from Ebbw Vale and 5 south-east from Tredegar. Cwm is in the Urban District of Ebbw Vale. In January, 1900, Cwrn and Victoria were transferred from the ecclesiastical parish of Ebbw Vale and formed into one separate parish. The parish church of St. Paul is a small building of stone, erected in 1882, and consists of nave and a belfry containing one bell : there are 260 sittings. The register dates from the year 1900. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the bishop of Llandaff, and held since 1900 by the Rev. John Llewelyn Croft, of St. David's College, Lampeter.
The church of St. Mary, Victoria, is a chapel of ease to St. Paul's: there are 300 sittings. There are chapels here of all denominations.
POST OFFICES

Ebbw Vale. Post, M.O. & T.O., T. M.O., Express Delivery, Parcel Post, S. B. & Annuity & Insurance & Telephone Exchange & Call Office. (Railway Sub-Office. Letters should have "R.S.O.Monmouthshire" added).
Miss Agnes Orchard, postmistress.
Letters Arrive through Chapel Town at 7.20 a.m., North mail, 9.20 a.m.; depart 10.55 a.m. & 7 p.m., North mail, 5 p.m.

Newtown. Post Office.
John Morgan, sub-postmaster.
Letters received through Chapel Town B.S.O. arrive at, 8 & 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; dispatched, 6.25 p.m. Postal orders are issued here, but not paid. Chapel Town is the nearest money order office & Ebbw Vale is the telegraph office, 1 mile distant.
Wall Letter Boxes.Cleared daily, except sundays, Victoria road, 6.30 p.m. ; Victoria, 6 p.m.

Chapel Town. Post & M.O. & T.O., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office. (Railway Sub-Office. Letters should have "R.S.O. Monmouthshire" added).
L. P. Leavis, sub-postmaster.
Letters arrive at 7.10 & 9.30 a.m. & 5 p.m. & dispatched at 11 a.m. & 4, 5 & 7.10 p.m

Waunlwyd. Post, M.O. & T.O., T.M.O., Express Delivery, Parcel Post, S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office. (Railway Sub-Office. Letters should have "R.S.O. Monmouthshire" added).
John Thomas, postmaster.
Letters arrive at 5.55 & 9.10 a.m. & 4.30 p.m.; dispatched at 11.15 a.m. & 7.30 p.m

Cwm. Post & M.O.O., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office.
David Stephens, sub-postmaster.
Letters through Waunlwyd arrive at 7.30 a.m.; dispatched, 10.10 a.m. & 7.30 p.m.
Waunlwyd is the telegraph office, 1 mile.


BEDWELLTY PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION.
Held here every alternate thursday at 11 a.m. See Bedwellty.

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.
Offices, Market buildings.
Meets every 3rd thurs. 2.30 p.m.
All retire in April, 1901.

Chairman: Richard Hugh Williams. Vice-Chairman: Thomas Richards.

North Ward
Richard Morgan        Thomas Richards        William Morris

North Central Ward.
Henry Cool        William Steadman        Mark J. S. Lyons

South Central Ward
Alfred Jones        Mark Warnes        William Henry Powell

South Ward
Thomas Morgan        Nestor Louis Vilputte        Richard Hugh Williams

Officers

Clerk: Thomas Hughes, Market buildings
Treasurer:William Partridge, London & Provincial Bank, Church street
Medical Officer of Health: John William Davies L.R.C.P.Lond., Hillside house, Ebbw Vale
Surveyor: Thomas J. Thomas, Market buildings, Ebbw Vale
Sanitary Inspector: William Williams, Eureka place
Collector: John Thomas, Market buildings
County Police Station, Bethcar street: Inspector John Price, 2 sergeants & 13 constables


VOLUNTEERS

3rd Volunteer Battalion South Wales Borderers (D & K Companies) (formed 1860); head quarters, Old Forge school.
"D" Company, Lieut. William John Evans.
"K" Company (Cyclists), Lieut. C. H. C. Mulligan
John Bowling, sergeant-instructor


PLACES OF WORSHIP
with times of services.

Christ,Church, Ebbw Vale, Rev. William Coleman Wilhams M.A., incumbent; Rev. John Jones B.A. curate; 8 & 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; thurs. 7.30 p.m.; holy days, 8 a.m.; Welsh services in Crypt 10 a.m. & 5.30 p.m.

St. Paul's Church, Cwm, Rev. John Llewelyn Croft L.D., vicar; 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; wed. 7.30 p.m.

St. Mary's Chapel of Ease, Victoria, Rev. Luther Evans, L.D., curate; 8 & 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; wed. 7.30 p.m

Parish Church Mission Room, 2.30 & 6.30 p.m.

Steel Works (Board School) Mission Room, 2.30 & 6.30 p.m.

All Saints Catholic, Rev. Augustine A. Fritz, priest; 9.30 & 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; daily mass, 8.30 a.m. summer, 9 a.m. winter; Holy days, mass 10.30 a.m. & benediction 7.30 p.m.; confession, sat. 7 to 10 p.m

Baptist, Briery hill (Zion), Rev. William Powell; 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & wed. 7.30 p.m.

Baptist (Welsh & English), Briery hill (Brynhyfryd), Rev. L. M. Roberts M.A.; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m., wed. 7 p.m.

Baptist, Cwm, Rev. Josiah J. Young; 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.

Baptist, Newtown (Providence), Rev. Elisaph Edwards; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & wed. 7.30 p.m.

Baptist (Welsh), Pontygof (Nebo), Rev. J. A. Evans; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & wed. 7.30 p.m.

Baptist (English & Welsh), Victoria (Caersalem); 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & thurs. 730 p.m.

Calvinistic Methodist, Ebbw Vale, Rev. Evan Price; 10.30 a.m.& 6 p.m.; mon. 7.30 p.m.

Calvinistic Methodist (Welsh), Ebbw Vale; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. 7 p.m.

Calvinistic Methodist (Welsh), Pontygof, Rev. Gray Jones; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. 7 p.m.

Calvinistic Methodist (Welsh), Victoria; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.

Congregational (Welsh), Ebbw Vale, Pontygof, Rev. Thos. Richards; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & thurs. 7 p.m.

Congregational (English) Tabernacle, Briery hill; Rev. J. Francis Joseph; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; wed. 7.15 p.m.

Congregational (Welsh), Briery hill (Saron), Rev. T. Thomas Tudor; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & thurs. 7 p.m.

Congregational (Welsh & English), Victoria; 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & thurs. 7 p.m.

Congregational, Waunlwyd, Rev. Arthur Joseph Underwood; 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.; mon. & thurs. 7.30 p.m.

Congregational, Cwm, Rev. Rhys Price; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; thurs 6.30 p.m.

Primitive Methodist, Newtown, Rev. John S. Buckley; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; tues. 7 p.m.

Wesleyan, Ebbw Vale, Rev.Arthur Edward Jones; 11 a.m & 6 p.m.; tues. & thurs. 7.30 p.m.

Wesleyan, Cwm; 11 a.m & 6 p.m.; thurs. 7.30 p.m.

Wesleyan, Victoria; 11 a.m & 6 p.m.; tues. 7.30 p.m.

Wesleyan, Waunlwyd; 11 a.m & 6 p.m.; thurs. 7.30 p.m.

Wesleyan, (Welsh), Ebbw Vale, Rev. George Bedford Roberts; 10 a.m & 6 p.m.; tues. & thurs. 7.30 p.m.


SCHOOLS

Ebbw Vale County School, established under the Welsh Intermediate Education Act, 1889, & under the control of the Central Welsh Board, built in 1899, for 60 boys & 40 girls. Average attendance, 70.
James Morgann, B.A., master; Miss E. M. Short B.A., mistress.
Board meets on 3rd wednesday at 2.30 p.m.; clerk: Thomas Hughes, Solicitor, Ebbw Vale.

Ebbw Vale (Board) (under Bedwellty school board), built in 1878, for 290 boys, 290 girls & 390 infants; average attendance, 240 boys, 220 girls & 240 infants.
John Lewis, master; Miss Annie Foster, mistress; Miss Emma Forbes, infants' mistress.

Pontygof (Board) (boys school under the Aberystruth school board, & girls & infants under the Bedwellty school board), built in 1880, for 334 boys, 300 girls & 350 infants; average attendance, 260 boys, 260 girls & 268 infants.
John H. Williams, master; Miss S. A. Jones, mistress; Miss Maria Lewis, infants' mistress.

Victoria (Board) (under Bedwellty school board), built in 1876, for 180 boys 175 girls & 180 infants; average attendance, 190 boys, 165 girls & 112 infants.
Thomas Harris, master; Miss Hanna Rees, mistress; Miss Emma Williams, infants' mistress.

Catholic, built in 1865, for 200 children; average attendance 105; Miss C. Fritz, mistress.


RAILWAY STATIONS

London & North Western (Ebbw Vale), William Forrester; station master.
Great Western (Ebbw Vale), Joseph Williams, station master.
Great Western (Victoria), Henry Furzer, station master.
Great Western (Cwm), Arthur Henry Kent, station master


EBBW VALE

PRIVATE RESIDENTS
Bedford Mrs, Tredegar road
Bray Mrs. Tredegar road
Buckley Rev. John S.(Primitive Methodist), 4 Brynhelog street
Carlisle Edwin, The Rookery
Davies John Hillside house
Dayson William, York house
Edwards Rev. Elisaph, (Baptist), Brick avenue
Evans Rev. John A. (Welsh Baptist), Mount Pleasant
Fritz Rev. Augustine A., (Catholic), Tredegar road
Hale Thomas, 22 Tredegar road
Hughes Thomas, Lyndhurst
Hutchinson John, Pentwyn house
Jones Rev. Arthur Edward (Wesleyan), Tredegar road
Jones Rev. John B.A., (curate),Vicarage
Lewis John, Tredegar road
Newcombe John, Libanus road
Partridge William, Church street
Phillips Edward J.P., Bryn Glas
Price Rev. Evan (Calvinistic Methodist)
Prosser J. William, Danybryn
Richard Rev. Asa, Tredegar road
Richards Rev. Thomas (Congregational), James street
Roberts Rev. George B. (Wesleyan), Mount Pleasant
Spencer Edwin, Tredegar road
Tallis John Fox, The Firs
Thomas Thomas J., Brynonen
Williams Thomas, 16 Tredegar road
Williams Rev. William Coleman M.A., (vicar), Hillside house

COMMERCIAL
Adams Wm. blacksmith, Victoria road
Addis & Jones, drapers, Ida place
Ball William, draper, Church street,
Batten James, fruiterer, Church st
Bedford Robert Basil, commercial traveller, Tredegar road
Bishop John, butcher, 58 Victoria road
Booth John Llewellin, painter, Church street
Briggs & Co. boot makers, Market st
Brooks William, confectioner, Jarnes st
Burgess John, shopkeeper, 45 Victoria rd
Carter Mary Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Libanus road
Clark William & Son, cabinet makers, 6 Armoury terrace
Co-operative Society Stores Limited (T. T. Jones, manager), James st
Daniel David, Confectioner, Church street
Davies Ann (Mrs.), boot & shoe maker, Bethcar terrace
Davies David, grocer, James street
Davies, David, family grocer, flour & corn dealer, bread & biscuit baker & confectioner, tea dealer & provision merchant & patent medicine vendor, 52 Victoria road
Davies David, greengrocer, 56 Victoria road
Davies David Nathaniel, hair dresser, Armoury terrace
Davies John William, L.R.C.P.Lond., M.R.C.S.Eng., surgeon, & medical officer of health to the Urban District Council & medical officer & public vaccinator, Ebbw Vale district, Bedwellty union, & certifying factory surgeon, Hillside house.
Davies Jonathan Arthur, jeweller & furniture dealer, Ida place
Davies Rachel (Mrs.), music warehouse, Market street
Davies Stephen, builder, Eureka place,
Davies Thomas M. Victoria family & commercial hotel & posting house, Victoria road.
Davies William, grocer & agent for W. & A. Gilbey Limited, wine & spirit merchants, Church street
Dayson William, chief accountant to the Ebbw Vale Co. Limited
Dowling John,. drill instructor, Armoury terrace
Durran William, draper, Bethcar terrace
Dykes James, saddler, Bethcar street
Eastmans Limited, butchers, Ida place & Church street
Eastment & Son, photographers, Armoury terrace
Ebbw Vale Market Co. Lim. (J. Light, secretary), Victoria road
Ebbw Vale Perfect Thrift Building Society, 67 Victoria road
Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron & Coal Company Limited, (Frederick Mills, general manager; John Hutchinson, secretary); registered offices, Ebbw Vale; London offices, 122 Cannon street EC; shipping offices, Newport.
Edwards Thos. & Co. furniture dealers, Church street
Emery Thos., greengrocer, Armoury terrace
Evans Alfred Edwards, M.P.C., chemist & druggist, 3 Ida place
Evans Alfred Thomas, hair dresser, 69 Victoria road
Evans Benjamin, builder, Bethcar street
Evans David, confectioner, Armoury terrace
Evans David, grocer, 61 Victoria road
Evans John, grocer, Rees street & Market street
Fear Farnham, baker, Bethcar street
Fudge Hester (Mrs.), news agent & tobacconist, 3 Market street & 10 Ida place
Gibbs Albert Lewis, boot maker, Bethcar street
Goldblatt Lewis,draper,41 Victoria road
Green Abraham, draper,68 Victoria road
Grieshaber Anthony, watch maker, 50 Victoria road
Griffiths David, wheelwright
Griffiths Mary Ann (Miss), confectioner, Bethcar terrace
Harding Charles, grocer, Market street
Harris Benjamin & Son, watch makers, Bethcar street
Harrison James, grocer, Market street
Headington John, butcher, Church street
Hepworth & Son Limited, clothiers, Market street
Hibberd James, shopkeeper, Tredegar road
Hill Alfred, hair dresser, Church street
Hill Henry, draper, James street
Holman John, watch maker & stationer, Church street
Holmes John William, County hotel
Howell Rachel(Mrs.), butcher, Church street
Hughes David, grocer & boot warehouse, Victoria road
Hughes Thomas, solicitor & clerk to Urban District Council & to the managers of Ebbw Vale County School (firm: Powell & Hughes), Central hall
Hutchinson John, secretary to Ebbw Vale Steel Co. Limited
Ingram Sidney, butcher, Victoria road
James John D. grocer, provision merchant, tea corn & flour dealer & draper, Chapeltown
Johns Elizabeth (Miss), confectioner, Ida place
Jones David & Co. grocers, Victoria road
Jones Alfred, grocer, 23 Armoury terrace
Jones Edwd., carpenter, Willowtown
Jones Griffith Humphrey, draper, Market street
Jones James Orton, hosier,Church street
Jones John, Beaufort Arms P.H
Jones John, coffee rooms, Emlyn coffee palace
Jones Thomas, grocer, Libanus road
Jones William, shopkeeper, James street
Jones William, clothier, 47 Victoria road
Knight & Son, butchers, Church street
Lewis Llewellyn Parry, printer,& post office, Market street
Lewis Isaac, fruiterer, 70 Victoria road
Lewis John, grocer, The Square
Lewis Stephen, linen draper, Victoria road
Lewis Thomas, greengrocer, Bethcar street
Literary & Scientific Institution & Museum (Henry Cooke, librarian)
Lloyd David shopkeeper, 4 James street
London & Provincial Bank Limited (branch) (William Partridge, manager), Church street; draw on head office, 7 Bank buildings & Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., London E C
Lyons & Co. clothiers, Market street
Lyons Mark, pawnbroker, Market street
Martin Emma (Mrs.), greengrocer, 60 Victoria road
Metropolitan Bank (of England & Wales) Limited (sub-branch), Armoury terrace; draw on head office, 60 Gracechurch street, London E
Michael Maria (Mrs.), greengrocer, 38 Church street
Mills Frederick, manager to Ebbw.Vale Steel, Iron & Coal Co. Limited
Morgan Lewis, general dealer, 8 Armoury terrace
Morgan Richard, provision dealer, Armoury terrace
Morgan Thos., shopkeeper, James street
Morris & Co. drapers, Market street
Oliver George, boot maker, Church street
Pallatt Abraham, draper, Bethcar street
Parker Florence (Miss), ladies tailor, Church street
Parsons Edwin Joseph, hardware dealer, Bethcar street
Parsons William John, hair dresser, Bethcar street
Partridge William, manager of the London & Provincial Bank & treasurer to the Urban District Council, Church street.
Pearce Albert, draper, Armoury terrace
Pegler W. & Son, grocers, Market street
Powell & Hughes, solicitors, commissioners for oaths & solicitors to the Ebbw Vale Perfect Thrift Building Society, & New Tredegar Perfect Thrift Building Society,Central hall.
Price James, coffee tavern, Libanus road
Price Llewellyn, tobacconist, Granville place
Price Robert, sculptor, monumental mason, quarry proprietor & stone merchant, Bethcar street; & at Abergavenny & Crickhowell
Prichard Thomas Henry, chemist, Chureh street
Pritchard John Henry, butcher, Market street
Pritchard Thomas, grocer, Market street
Prole Harry Llewelyn, news agent & printer, 51 Victoria road
Prosser James, ironmonger, Ida place & Victoria road
Rees John, boot maker, Church street
Rees William, draper, Market street
Reynolds Wm. greengrocer, Armoury terrace
Richards John, grocer, 54 Victoria road
Sage Thomas, baker, 5 James street
Sandbrook Wm., ironmonger, Church street
Sheen & Son, tailors, Church street
Sheen Stephen, pawnbroker, Market street
Spencer Elizabeth (Mrs.), tailor & draper, Bethcar street
Tallis John Fox, mineral agent & mining engineer to The Ebbw Vale Co. Lim
Tamplin James, stationer, 10 Church street & Alexandra vaults, James street
Taylor Alexander, butcher, Market street
Thomas Daniel, builder, Victoria road
Thomas Daniel, tailor, Victoria road
Thomas David, shopkeeper, James street
Thomas John, collector for the Urban District Council, Market buildings
Thomas Thomas J., surveyor to the Urban District Council, Market buildings
Volunteer Battalion (3rd) South Wales Borderers ("D" Company, Lieut.William John Evans, commanding; "K" Company (Cyclists), Lieut. C. H. C. Mulligan; Sergt. John Dowling, drill instructor); headquarters, Old Forge school
Watkins David, grocer, Bethcar street
Watkins Phillip, news agent, Bethcar street & butcher, Ida place
Watkins Thomas Albert, butcher, Victoria road
Wilcox Louisa (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Armoury terrace
Wilcox Jesse, shopkeeper, James street
Williams Alfred, draper, 45 & 46 Victoria street
Williams Alfred, fishmonger, Church street
Williams Thomas, furnishing & general ironmonger, Market street
Williams William, sanitary inspector for Urban District Council, Eureka place
Witchell Henry, boot maker, 57 Victoria road & 2 Market street
Wynter Zillah (Miss), dress maker, Armoury terrace


BRIERY HILL

PRIVATE RESIDENTS
Joseph Rev. J. Francis (Congregational)
Powell Rev. William (Baptist)
Roberts Rev. Leyshon Mathaiarn M.A. (Baptist)
Tudor Rev. T. Thomas (Welsh Congregational), High street

COMMERCIAL
Blight John, shopkeeper
Briscoe John, Lamb inn & brewer, Commercial street
Davies & Evans, grocers, 18 Spencer street
Davies Abel, shopkeeper, Spencer street
Davies Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Spencer street
Davies Joseph E., plumber, decorator &c., Spencer street
Davies Thomas, Duke of Wellington P.H., High street
Downs Arthur, beer retailer, Commercial street
Edwards Ann (Mrs.), beer retailer, Commercial street
Evans Isaac, news agent, Spencer street
Evans John, grocer, see Davies & Evans
Evans Robert, butcher, Commercial street
Fisher John, beer retailer, Commercial street
Foxwell Albert, beer retailer
Goldblatt Charles, outfitter, Commercial street
Goulding Hannah (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Spencer street
Graham John, butcher, High street
Green Arthur, clothier, Commercial street
Greenland James, beer retailer, Commercial street
Griffiths Ann (Mrs.), greengrocer, Spencer street
Griffiths Bert, grocer, Commercial street
Harper William Francis, tin & iron plate worker, Warmington works
Harper William Francis, Bellevue inn & Golden Lion P.H., Commercial street. Posting in all its branches.
Harrison Mary Ann (Mrs.), furniture dealer
James David, provision dealer, 27 Commercial street
Jenkins Edward, Angel P.H.
Jones & Owen, tobacconists, Commrel.street
Jones David, beer retailer
Jones John, beer retailer
Jones John Francis, butcher, Commercial street
Jones Joseph, baker, Commercial street
Jones Margaret (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Jones Owen (Mrs.), grocer, Commercial street
Jones William, Royal Exchange P.H., High street
Jordan James (Mrs.), boot maker, Commercial street
Knight Daniel, greengrocer, Commercial street
Lewis John, beer retailer, High street
Lewis Lewis L., grocer & draper, Cambrian house
McCarthy Patsey, Rising Sun P.H., High street
Lyons Mark, pawnbroker
Mahoney John, Forge Hammer P.H.
Mason John Owen, grocer, High street
Morgan Harry, hairdresser, Spencer street
Morris Edwin, beer retailer, Commercial street
Oliver Allen, shopkeeper, High street
Parfitt Elizabeth Ann (Miss), confectioner, High street
Phillips Edward, wholesale & retail grocer & draper, Commercial street
Plumley Albert, beer retailer, Commercial street
Richards Price, Globe inn,Commrel.street
Summers Charles William, butcher, Spencer street
Templeman George, beer retailer
Thomas David, shopkeeper
Williams Alfred, fish & fruit salesman, Spencer street
Williams Llewelyn, beer retailer
Yendoll James (Mrs.), Hoel-y-Mwyn hotel, Spencer street


NEWTOWN

Evans John & Co. grocers
James Morgan, butcher
Jones David John, Britannia P.H.
Morgan John, shopkeeper and Post Office,
Morris Edward, Kings Arms P.H.
Morton John, boot maker
Saw Sophia (Mrs.), greengrocer
Williams Edward, plasterer, Hendre cottage
Williams Rees, White Hart P.H.


WAUNLWYD

PRIVATE RESIDENT
Underwood Rev. Arthur Joseph (Congregational)

COMMERCIAL
Bull Charles, butcher
Jones William N., grocer & draper
Price John, boot & shoe maker
Price Sarah (Mrs.), greengrocer
Thomas John, grocer and Post office
Yendoll James (Mrs.), The Park family and commercial hotel


CWM

PRIVATE RESIDENTS
Croft, Rev. John Llewelyn (vicar)
Price, Rev. Rhys (Congregational)
Young, Rev. Josiah J. (Baptist)

COMMERCIAL
Bird Emma (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Bishop John, butcher
Davies & Co., grocers
Fellows Francis Edward, ironmonger
Godfrey Richard, provision dealer
Griffiths Frederick, ironmonger
Harris Edward, draper
James Jane (Mrs.), Castle P.H.
Jenkins Thomas, farmer
Jones David & Co., grocers
Jones William David, boot maker
Lewis Stephen, draper
North Silas, draper
Orchard Harriet (Miss), news agent
Phillips Edmund, grocer
Pritchard Edith (Mrs.), butcher
Pritchard James, Victoria Arms hotel
Pritchard Thomas, butcher
Seale Arthur James, hardware dealer
Smith & Sons, greengrocers & grocers
Stephen Richard, shopkeeper
Swarbrick Tom, boot warehouse
Tossell William Henry, Royal Oak P.H
White Sarah (Mrs.), draper
Williams & Rogers, builders
Williams Richard H., beer retailer
Wright John, shopkeeper


PONTYGOF

PRIVATE RESIDENT
Jones Rev. Gray (Calvanistic Methodist)

COMMERCIAL
Jones Thomas, grocer, Libanus road
Marchant Joseph, Bridge End inn
Tamplin Alfred, beer retailer
Wilcox Job, shopkeeper


VICTORIA

PRIVATE RESIDENTS
Evans John Durance, Glan Ebbw
Mills Frederick, The,Park

COMMERCIAL
Evans John Durance L.R.C.P. & L.M. Edin., M.R.C.S.Eng., surgeon, Glan Ebbw
Jones & Rees, grocers