Harrod’s Directory of Huntingdonshire 1877

Extracted from Harrod’s Royal County Directory of Huntingdonshire

FENSTANTON is a parish and village 2 miles from St. Ives, in the hundred of Toseland, union of St. Ives, county court district of Huntingdon, diocese of Ely, archdeaconry of Huntingdon, and rural deanery of St. Ives. The church is dedicated to St. Peter. The living is a vicarage, annual value £240, with residence, in the gift of the Master and Fellows of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. The Baptists and Congregationalists have each a chapel. There is a day school; Robert Wilson, master. The acreage is 2,404, of which the chief owners are Messrs. T. Coote, W. Ingle, G. Emery, and Mrs. Langley. The lord of the manor is John L. Ffytche, Esq. The population is about 1,074. The nearest money order, telegraph office, and post town is St. Ives.

Cowling Miss
Emery George, Esq.
Hewlins Richard, Esq.
Hitch Mr. Edward
Long Mr. John
Mence W. H. D. Esq. surgeon
Walton Mrs.
Watson Haylock, Esq.

Allin Robert, bricklayer
Allpress C. H. butcher
Baker George, beer retailer
Bunting Arthur, builder
Buttress William, general dealer
Cattell William, blacksmith
Chamberlain Mrs. beer retailer
Chambers Robert, saddle and harness maker
Chandler Mrs. “Woolpack”
Coote Thomas, coal merchant
Cordell James, miller
Daniels Buckle, beer retailer
Day John, saddle and harness maker
Franklin Henry G. bootmaker and shopkeeper
Gifford Thomas, baker
Harding Merrington, tailor
Hodge John, bricklayer
Hunt Alfred, baker
Hunt Mrs. beer retailer
Lander George, blacksmith
Leggett Robert, the “Crown”
Lincoln, bootmaker
Makeham John, grocer, miller, &c.
Munns Mrs. market gardener
Odams and Son, brewers
Peters William, general dealer
Powney John, painter and plumber
Quenby Henry, market gardener
Randall James, tailor
Saint William, wheelwright, coal merchant, and vict. the “George”
Sansom James, horse slaughterer and vict. the “Rose and Crown”
Sbadbolt William, baker Smith James, carpenter and wheelwright
Smith Uriah, beer retailer
Sparrow Thomas, baker
Thackray B. beer retailer
Thornton William, “White Horse”
Wallman William, bootmaker
Whitehead George W. grocer
Witherow Joseph, bricklayer
Witherow Stephen, shopkeeper

Allpress George, and landowner
Chandler Thomas
Coote Thomas, and landowner
Crisswell Thomas
Earl Robert
Gunnel David
Hardy James
Hodson William
Inskip Thomas
Odams and Son
Wilson William
Carrier to St. Ives, daily, J. Jacobs

Harrod’s Royal County Directory of Huntingdonshire