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Queenborough  1913.

(Kelly’s)

(Queenborough  Commercial Residents.)

 

Green

Albert

Parish Clerk

Turner

William Charles

Postmaster

Bills

James Singler

Mayor

Castle

J E

Alderman

 Howe   J.P.

A W

Alderman

Champion

Frederick

Alderman

Stevens

John William

Alderman

Hales

Arthur Ernest

Cllr

Jaffray

Edward  W

Cllr

Thompson

Ernest

Cllr

Brightman

Thomas

Cllr

Fenton

W S

Cllr

Giles

George

Cllr

Stevens

Francis H

Cllr

Johnson

Stanley

Cllr

Mayland

Benjamin

Cllr

Rogerson

John

Cllr

Stevens

Charles R

Cllr

Ratcliff

Charles G J

Auditor

Harris

Charles B

Town Clerk (S/Bourne)

Hornby

Horatio

Treasurer

Heggs

Thomas Barrett

Medical Officer(S/Bourne)

Small

Horatio

Surveyor/Harbour Master

Bromley

Albert Edward

Sergeant –At- Mace

Mcclare

Thoma Porteous

Custom House Surveyor

Arnold (Capt.)

George

Chief Fire Officer

Flood-Page

F

Pier Superinten.

Richards

Alfred W

Master Of School

Chisholm

Miss Mary Ann

Mistress Of School

Ost

Ellen

Infants Mistress School

Harmer

Edward

Station Master

Castle Rev.

Joseph (M.A.)

Vicar

Constant

Alfred R

Town House

Davies Rev.

Eber

Cong.

Fenton

William Stanley

Essex House

Mcarthur

John Thomas

L.R.C.P.,

Pearson

Mrs

Fig Tree House

Small

Horatio

Acrefield

Wood

Mrs

Burnham House

Allsworth

Francis John

Ordnance Arms

Bird  Miss

Emily Hilda

A.L.C.M. Music Teacher

Bishop  Miss

Harriet

Shopkeeper

Brightman

Thomas

Boatbuilder

Bugden

George

Newsagent

Burgess

Edward

Carman ,Ebeneezer House

Champion

Frederick

Baker

Clark

John J

Shopkeeper

Coveney

Bros.

Grocers

Cozens

Frank

Boot Repairer

Croucher  Mrs

Harriet

Shopkeeper

Crundall

William

Timber Merchants

Curd

Sydney  G

Builder

Denness

John Abraham

Shopkeeper

Denny Mrs

Frances Maria

Shopkeeper

Dutnall

George

Cycle Dealer

Firman Miss

Winnie

Costumier

Giles

George Henry

Hairdresser

Giles

Thomas Gabriel

Master Mariner

Goodall

Walter Frederick

Photographer

Green

Leonard

Fishmonger

Griffin

Frederick

Old House At Home

Hammond

Thomas

Butcher

Hancock

Bros.

Builders

Harrison

Frederick William

Watch Maker

Hobbs  Miss

Elsie

Milliner

Hogbin

Mile

Shopkeeper

Inge

Alfred

Butcher

 Jackson  Miss

Mabel Eliza

Shopkeeper

Jennings

Bt??  (Jnr.)

Draper

Johnson

Alfred & Son Ltd.

Sanitary Earthenware

Kemp

Edward Thomas

Undertaker

Lodder

William

Smith

Lyford

Thomas William

Insurance Agent

Mcarthur

John Thomas

L.R.C.P &S.,L.R.F.P., Surgeon

Mount

Robert

Dairyman

Moyle

Thomas

Nuseryman

Hayman

Edward William

Dist.Sec. Friendly Soc.

Nicholls

Jasper Edward

Rose Inn

Payne  Mrs

E

Carter

Payne

Henry Thomas

Castle Inn

Payne

Thomas

Carter

Possnicker

Julius

Hairdresser

Small

Horatio

Hon.Sec & Librarian

Langwell

W

Manager Bottle Works

Wild

David

Steward Q/B. Social Club

Ratcliff

Charles

Shopkeeper

Rogerson

John

Shopkeeper

Runham Mrs

Laura

Midwife

Sharpe

Albert William

Greengrocer

Shaw  Mrs

Elizabeth Jane

Shopkeeper

Sladden

Thomas

Shopkeeper

Thompson Mrs

Charlotte

Fancy Draper

Smith

Frederick

Hope Inn

Thompson

John Charles

Dairy

Tucker

William  G

Queen Phillipa

Tucker

William Charles

Sub Postmaster

Warren

Victor

Ship Hotel

Wellard

Alfred

Grocer

Wellard  Mrs

Ann

Apartments

Whiddett

Joseph &Son

Butchers & Gents Outfitter

Willder

Edward

Boat Builder

Willson

Reginald G

L.D.S. Dental  Surgeon

 

 

Queenborough Was  Bynne”  Edward Iii Renamed It Queenborough  As A Compliment To Philippa Of Hainault His Queen.

It Was Formerly A Staple For Wool And Its Copperas Manufactory Was The First Established In England.

The Parish Church Of The Holy Trinity Was Restored At A Cost Of  £600 In 1883, The Tower Has 6 Bells.

In 1911 The Tower Was Rebuilt At A Cost Of About £400.There Are 225 Sittings.

There Is A Congregational  Chapel Founded In 1769 Rebuilt In 1897 With Sittings For 330 People.

There Is A Wesleyan Chapel

There Are Numerous Small Charities Amounting To About £54 Yearly.

The Guildhall Contains One Bell, A Public Library And Reading Room.

The Area Is 615 Acres Of Land ,5 Of Inland And 263 Tidal Water And 453 Of Foreshore.

The Rateable Value Is £9,767 ,The Population In 1911 Is 2,468 With 408 Aboard Vessels.