People in Witham – 1793 to 1937

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PublisherYearPeople, in name order. Most have a trade, a few are just residents
Post Office1855Bacon Foiman, boot & shoe maker, Chipping hill
Post Office1855Bailey Enoch, schoolmaster, British School [Maldon Road]
Post Office1859Bailey Enoch, schoolmaster, British School [Maldon Road]
White1848Bailey, Thomas, Globe, Newland Street
Post Office1855Bailey Thomas, 'Globe'
Post Office1859Bailey Thomas, Globe
 1862Bailey Thomas, Globe
White1863Bailey, Thomas, Globe, Newland Street
 1866Bailey Thomas, Globe
 1870Bailey Thomas; Globe, & brewer
 1874Bailey Thomas, Globe, & brewer
 1878Bailey Thomas, Globe, & brewer
 1882Bailey Thomas, Globe, & brewer
 1886Bailey Thomas, Globe P.H. & brewer
 1866Baines Thomas, beer retailer, Cherry gardens
 1870Baines Thos. beer retlr. Cherry gardens
Post Office1855Baines Rev. William [Catholic priest]
Post Office1859Baines Rev. William [Catholic priest]
 1862Baines Rev. William [Catholic priest]
White1863Baines Rev. William (Catholic), Newland Street
 1866Baines Rev. William [Roman Catholic]
 1870Baines Rev. William [Roman Catholic]
 1874Baines Rev. William [Roman Catholic]
 1878Baines Rev. William [Catholic]
 1882Baines Rev. William [Catholic]
 1886Baines Rev. William Joseph [Catholic]
 1929Baird Hugh & Sons Ltd. maltsters, Station maltings. T N 78
 1933Baird Hugh & Sons Ltd. maltsters, Station maltings. T N 78
 1937Baird Hugh & Sons Ltd. maltsters, Station maltings. T N 78
 1937Baker A C, The Lawns, High Street
 1926Balch & Balch, auctioneers, land & estate agents, surveyors &, valuers. T N 81
 1937Balch & Balch F.S.I. (Estd. 1815 (incorporating Abrey & Gardner), auctioneers & chartered surveyors, valuers & estate agents (T N 81); also at Tiptree & Chelmsford
 1933Balch & Balch P.A.S.I. (Estd. 1815) (incorporating Abrey & Gardner), auctioneers & chartered surveyors, valuers & estate agents (T N 81); also at Tiptree & Chelmsford
 1929Balch & Balch P.A.S.I. (Estd. 1815) (incorporating Abrey & Gardner), auctioneers & chartered surveyors, valuers & estate agents (T N 81); also at Kelvedon, Tiptree & Tollesbury
 1933Baldwin Clifford Rd. M.P.S. chemist, 67 High st. T N 150
 1886Ball, George, Chipping hill
 1890Ball George, Chipping Hill
 1895Ball George, Chipping hill
 1899Ball George, Chipping hill
 1890Ball Samuel Greenlees, Adansam cot
 1895Ball Samuel Greenlees, Adansam cot
 1899Ball Samuel Greenlees, Adansam cottage, Mill lane
 1902Ball Samuel Greenlees Adansam cottage, Mill lane
White1863Balls, James, shopman, Guithavon Street
Post Office1859Bambrick, William, Waggon & Horses
White1848Banks and Stevens, attorneys, Newland street
Post Office1855Banks & Stevens, solicitors
Pigot1839Banks Edward Wilson, attorney, Witham
Post Office1845Banks Edward Wilson, solicitor, High st
Post Office1855Banks Edward Wilson, clerk to commissioners of land & assessed taxes, & secretary to gas company
Post Office1845Banks Edward Wilson, esq
White1848Banks, Edward Wilson (esq.), solicitor, Newland Street
Post Office1855Banks Edward Wilson, esq
Pigot1839Banks, Edward Wilson, Standard of England fire etc. office, Witham
 1899Barclay & Co. Limited, bankers (branch) (Alfred Mens, manager); draw on head Office, 54 Lombard street, London E C
 1902Barclay & Co. Limited, bankers (branch) (Alfred Mens, manager) (open 10 to 4; except sat. 10 to 1); draw on head Office, 54; Lombard street, London E C
 1906Barclay. & Co. Limited, bankers (branch) (Alfred Mens, manager) (open 10 to 4 except sat. 10 to 1); draw on, head office, 54 Lombard Street, London E C
 1908Barclay & Co. Limited, bankers (branch) (H. B. Peecock, manager) (open 10 to 4 except sat. 10 to 1); draw on head office, 54 Lombard street, London E C
 1910Barclay & Company Limited, bankers (branch) (H. B. Peecock, manager) (open 10 to 4 except sat. 10 to 1); draw on head office, 54 Lombard street, London E C
 1912Barclay & Company Limited, bankers (branch) (H. B. Peecock, manager (open 10 to 4 except sat. 10 to 1); draw on head office, 54 Lombard street, London E C
 1914Barclay & Company Limited, bankers (branch) (H. B.Peecock, manager) (open 10 to .l except sat. 9.30 to 12.30); draw on head office, 54 Lombard street. London E C
 1926Barclays Bank Ltd. (branch) (Alfred Samuel Allshorn, manager) (open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. except tues. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. & sat. 9 a.m. to 12 noon) (TN 16) ; head office, 54 Lombard street London EC3
 1929Barclays Bank Ltd. (branch) (Alfred Samuel Allshorn, manager) (open & 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. except tues. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. & sat, 9 a.m. to 12 noon) (T N 16); head office, 54 Lombard street, London E C 3
 1933Barclays Bank Ltd. (branch) (Arth. Edwin Barker, mngr.) (open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. except tues. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. & sat. 9 a.m. to 12 noon) (T N 16); Head office, 54 Lombard st. London E C 3
 1937Barclays Bank Ltd. (branch) (Arth. Edwin Barker, mngr.) (open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m & sat. 9 a.m. to 12 noon) (T N 16) ; head office, 54 Lombard st. London E C 3
 1917Barclays Bank Limited (branch) (H. B. Peecock manager) (open 10 to 3 except tues. 10 to 4 & sat. 9.30 to 12.30); draw on head office, 54 Lombard street London E C
 1922Barclays Bank Ltd. (branch) (H. B. Peecock, manager) (open 10 to 3, except tues. 10 to 4 & sat. 9 to 12); draw on head office, 54 Lombard street, London E C 3
 1926Barham Henry Matson, watch maker, High Street
 1929Barham Hy. Matson, watch mkr., 92 High st
 1933Barham Hy. Matson, watch mkr. 92 High st
 1937Barham Hy. Matson, watch mkr. 92 High st
 1933Barker Arthur Elwin, Barclays Bank house, High street
 1937Barker Arthur Elwin, Barclays Bank house, High street
 1886Barker Edward John, baker
 1890Barker, Edward John baker
 1937Barker Edwd. R. hairdrssr. Guithavon valley
Pigot1826Barker Thos. carpenter and builder
Pigot1839Barker Thomas, carpenter and builder, Witham
White1848Barker, Thomas, carpenter and builder, Newland Street
 1933Barlow Rev. Charles William M.A. (vicar), The Vicarage
Pigot1826Barnes Hannah, milliner or dressmaker
Universal1793Barnes Robert, Gent.
Universal1793Barnes Thomas, Farmer
 1926Baron John William, shopkeeper, Chipping Hill
 1929Baron John William, shopkeeper, Chipping Hill
 1933Baron Jn. Wm. shopkpr. Chipping Hill
 1870Barron Thomas
 1874Barron Thomas
 1878Barron Thomas
 1866Barron Mr. Thomas
Pigot1823Barwell Charles, butcher
Pigot1839Barwell Charles, butcher, Witham
Post Office1845Barwell Charles, butcher, High st
White1848Barwell, Charles, butcher, Newland Street
Pigot1839Barwell Edmund, butcher, Witham
Pigot1823Barwell Edmund, butcher
Post Office1845Barwell Edmund, butcher, High st
White1848Barwell, Edmund, butcher, Newland Street
Post Office1859Barwell Edmund, butcher
 1862Barwell Edmund, butcher
White1863Barwell, Edmund, butcher, Newland Street
Post Office1855Barwell Edwd. butcher, Chipping hill
Pigot1823Barwell Henry, butcher
Pigot1839Barwell Henry, butcher, Witham
Post Office1845Barwell Henry, butcher, High street
White1848Barwell, Henry, farmer, Motts Farm
White1848Barwell, Henry, butcher, Newland Street
White1863Barwell, Henry, butcher, Newland Street
 1870Barwell Henry, butcher
 1874Barwell Henry, butcher
 1878Barwell Henry, butcher
 1882Barwell Henry, butcher
 1886Barwell Henry, butcher
 1890Barwell Henry, butcher
 1895Barwell Henry, butcher
 1899Barwell Henry, butcher High street
 1902Barwell Henry, butcher, High street
 1906Barwell Henry, butcher, High street
Post Office1855Barwell Henry, jun. butcher
Post Office1859Barwell Henry, jun. butcher
 1862Barwell Henry, jun. butcher
 1866Barwell Henry, jun. butcher
 1862Barwell Mr. Henry
Post Office1859Barwell Mr. Henry
Post Office1855Barwell Henry, sen, butcher
Post Office1859Barwell Mary Ann (Mrs.), milliner
 1862Barwell Mary Ann (Mrs.), milliner
 1874Barwell Newman, pork butcher
 1878Barwell Newman, pork butcher
 1882Barwell Newman, pork butcher
 1886Barwell Newman, pork butcher
 1890Barwell Newman, pork butcher
 1895Barwell Newman, pork butcher
 1899Barwell Newman, pork btchr. High st
 1890Bateman Charles Henry, White Horse P.H. Chipping hill
 1895Bateman Charles Henry, White Horse P.H. Chipping hill
 1899Bateman Charles Henry, White Horse P.H. Chipping hill
 1902Bateman Charles Henry, White Horse P.H. Chipping Hill
Pigot1839Bather Absalom, boot and shoemaker, Witham
Post Office1859Bather Benjamin, confectioner
 1929Elmside Café (Miss F. G. Battishill & Mrs. A. Leadbetter-Stevenson, proprietresses), Hatfield rd. T N 150
 1906Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street; & at Tiptree
 1908Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street; & at Tiptree
 1910Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street; & at Tiptree
 1912Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street; & at Tiptree
 1914Bawtree & Sons, solicitors,. Newland street; & at Tiptree
 1917Bawtree & Sons solicitors, Newland street; & at Kelvedon & Tiptree
 1922Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street; & at Kelvedon & Tiptree
 1926Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street (TN 4); & at Kelvedon & Tiptree
 1929Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street (T N 4); & at Kelvedon & Tiptree
 1933Bawtree & Sons, solicitors, Newland street (T N 4) & at Kelvedon & Tiptree
 1937Bawtree &. Sons solicitors, Newland street (TN 4); & at Kelvedon & Tiptree
Post Office1855Bawtree Edward William, esq. M.D
 1874Bawtree Frank Postle
 1878Bawtree Frank Postle
 1882Bawtree Frank Postle
 1886Bawtree, Frank Postle, Batsford
 1890Bawtree Frank Postle, Batsford
 1895Bawtree Frank Postle, Batsford
 1899Bawtree Frank Postle, Batsford
 1902Bawtree Frank Postle. Batsford
 1906Bawtree Frank Postle, Batsford
 1908Bawtree Frank Postle, Batsford
 1910Bawtree Frank Postle, Batsford
 1882Bawtree Frank Postle (firm Stevens, Bawtree & Stevens), solicitor
 1906Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Bawtree & Sons), solicitor, commissioner far oaths & clerk to commissioners of land tax & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1908Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Bawtree & Sons), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1910Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Bawtree & Sons), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & sec to Witham Gas Co
 1878Bawtree Frank Postle, solicitor & commissioner in all the courts: firm, Bawtree & Stevens
 1890Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Stevens Bawtree & Stevens), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & clerk to commissioners of land tax
 1886Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Stevens, Bawtree & Stevens), solicitor & comsnr
 1895Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Stevens, Bawtree & Stevens), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & clerk to commissioners of land tax & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1899Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Stevens, Bawtree & Stevens), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & clerk to commissioners of land tax & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1902Bawtree Frank Postle (firm, Stevens, Bawtree &, Stevens), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & clerk to commissioners of land tax & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1874Bawtree Frank Postle, solicitor, see Stevens & Bawtree
 1906Bawtree Hugh Francis, Tiptree house
 1908Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & clerk to commissioners of land tax
 1908Bawtree Hugh Francis, Batsford
 1910Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & clerk to commissioners of land tax
 1910Bawtree Hugh Francis, Batsford
 1912Bawtree Hugh Francis, Batsford
 1914Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of land tax
 1914Bawtree Hugh Francis, Batsford
 1917Bawtree, Hugh Francis. Batsford
 1912Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of land tax
 1917Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of land tax & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1922Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oats (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of land tax & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1926Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of land taxes & to commissioners of property & income taxes house duty & to visiting justices & joint sec. to Witham Gas Light. & Coke Co. Ltd. T N 4
 1929Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of land taxes & to commissioners of property & income taxes & to visiting justices & joint sec. to Witham Gas Light &, Coke Co. Ltd.
 1933Bawtree Hugh Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of taxes & to Visitors under Lunacy & Mental Deficiency Acts. T N 4
 1906Bawtree John Francis, Batsford
 1908Bawtree John Francis, Batsford
 1910Bawtree John Francis, Batsford
 1912Bawtree John Francis, Batsford
 1914Bawtree John Francis, Batsford
 1917Bawtree John Francis, Batsford
 1914Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm Bawtree & Sons) & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1908Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree &. Sons)
 1910Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons)
 1912Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & sec. to Witham Gas Co
 1917Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons)
 1922Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons)
 1926Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm; Bawtree & Sons) & joint sec, to Witham Gas Light & Coke Co. Ltd. T N 4
 1929Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & joint sec. to Witham Gas Light &, Coke Co. Ltd. T N 4
 1933Bawtree John Francis, solicitor (firm, Bawtree & Sons), Newland street. T N 4
 1937Bawtree John Francis, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, Bawtree & Sons) & clerk to commissioners of taxes, Newland street. TN 4
 1886Bawtree, Miss
Pigot1823Beadel James, builder
Pigot1826Beadell James, carpenter and builder, Chipping hill
Pigot1826Beadel Jas., auctioneer (and surveyor)
Pigot1839Beadel James, auctioneer and appraiser (and architect and surveyor) Witham
Post Office1845Beadel James, esq
Pigot1823Beadell James, jun., auctioneer and surveyor
Post Office1845Beadel Jas. auctioneer & agent to Farmers' gen. fire & life ins. co. High st
Pigot1839Beadel, James, Globe fire etc. office, Witham
Post Office1845Beadel John, farmer
 1874Beadle Joseph
 1878Beadle Joseph
 1886Beadle, Thomas
 1902Beadel Joseph High street
 1906Beadel Joseph, High street
 1908Beadel Joseph, High street
 1910Beadel Joseph, High street
 1912Beadel Joseph, High street
 1914Beadel Joseph, High street
 1917Beadel, Joseph, High street
 1922Beadel, Joseph, High Street
 1926Beadel Joseph A. 117 High street
White1848Beadel, Mary Anne (Mrs.), Newland Street
 1895Beadel Mrs
 1899Beadel Mrs.
Post Office1845Beadel Thomas, farmer
White1848Beadel, Thomas, farmer, Howbridge Hall and Dengie Farm
White1848Beadel, Thomas, farmer, Howbridge Hall and Dengie Farm
Post Office1855Beadel Thomas, farmer
Post Office1859Beadel Thomas, farmer, Howbridge hall
 1862Beadel Thomas, farmer, Howbridge hall
White1863Beadel, Thomas, farmer, Howbridge Hall
 1866Beadel Thomas, farmer, Howbridge hall
 1882Beadel Thomas
 1890Beadel Thomas
 1886Beadle Alfred, oil & colourman
 1910Beard Geo. W. ironmonger, High st
 1912Beard Geo. W. ironmonger, High st
 1914Beard Geo. W. ironmonger, High st
 1917Beard Geo. W. ironmonger, High st
 1922Beard Geo. W. ironmonger, High st
 1926Beard George W. ironmonger, High st
 1929Beard Geo. W. ironmngr. 88 High st. T N 126
 1933Beard Geo. W. ironmngr 88 High st. T N 126
Post Office1845Beard John, baker, High street
White1848Beard, John, baker etc., Newland Street
Post Office1855Beard John, baker, confectioner & fancy repository
White1863Beard, Mrs, milliner, Bridge Street
 1862Beard Phoebe (Mrs.) milliner
 1866Beard Phoebe (Mrs.), milliner
 1862Beard William, coach builder
White1863Beard, William, wheelwright and coach builder, Bridge Street
White1863Beard, William, coach builder, etc., Bridge Street
 1866Beard William, coach builder
 1870Beard William, coach builder
 1874Beard William, coach builder
 1878Beard William, coach builder
 1882Beard William, coach builder
 1922Beardwell Victor, motor coach proprietor & motor engineer, see Hurrell & Beardwell
 1926Beardwell Victor, motor coach proprietor & motor engineer, see Hurrell & Beardwell
 1929Beardwell Victor, motor coach proprietor & motor engineer, see Hurrell & Beardwell
 1933Beardwell Victor, motor coach proprietor & motor engineer, see Hurrell & Beardwell
 1937Beardwell Victor, motor coach proprietor & motor engineer, see Hurrell & Beardwell
Post Office1855Beauchamp Robert James, esq. Chipping hill
 1914Beaumont & Bright, solicitors & commissioners for oaths, High street
White1863Beaumont Joseph, solicitor, and Coggeshall (Stevens & Beaumont), Newland Street
Post Office1855Beaumont Joseph, agent to Accidental Death, East of England life, & Essex Economic fire insurance offices
 1937Beaven James Dale, Brookcote, 5 Chipping Hill
 1899Beckwith & Brown, cabinet mas. High st
 1902Beckwith & Brown, cabinet mas. High st
 1906Beckwith & Brown, cabinet mas. High st
 1908Beckwith & Brown, cabinet makers, High street
Post Office1855Beckwith George, grocer & baker, Chipping hill
Post Office1859Beckwith George, shopkeeper & baker, Chipping hill
 1862Beckwith George, shopkeeper & baker, Chipping hill
White1863Beckwith, George, shopkeeper, Chipping Hill
White1863Beckwith, George, baker etc., Chipping Hill
 1866Beckwith George, shopkeeper & baker, Chipping hill
 1870Beckwith George, shopkeeper & baker, Chipping hill
 1874Beckwith Hannah & Isabella (Misses), shopkeepers, Chipping hill
 1878Beckwith Hannah & Isabella (Misses), shopkeepers, Chipping hill
 1886Beckwith Hannah Elizabeth (Miss), baker Chipping hill
 1890Beckwith Hannah Elizabeth (Miss), baker Chipping hill
 1895Beckwith Hannah Elizabeth (Miss), baker, Chipping hill
 1890Beddall John, day school
 1895Beddall John, day school
 1899Beddall Susannah (Mrs.), day school, High street
 1902Beddall Susannah (Mrs.), day school, High street
 1917Bedwell Reinagle The Den
 1929Beer Mrs. Margarieta, Howbridge hall
 1917Behn William, tailor
 1922Behn William, tailor
Post Office1845Belcher James, butcher, High street
Pigot1839Belcher James Thomas, butcher, Witham
White1848Belcher, James Thomas, butcher, Newland Street
White1863Belcher, Mrs., farmer, Latney Farm
 1866Belcher Mrs
 1870Belcher Mrs
Pigot1823Belcher Thomas, butcher
 1937Bellamy Jn. Tom, pharmaceutical chemist, 64 High st. T N 130
 1926Bellamy John Tom M.P.S. pharmaceutical chemist, High street; & at Chelmsford
 1929Bellamy Jn. Tom M.P.S. pharmaceutical chemist, 64 High st
 1933Bellamy Jn. Tom M.P.S. pharmaceutical chemist, 64 High st. TN 30
 1914Bellamy Tom (late T. P. Green). pharmaceutical, dispensing &, agricultural chemist & dealer in photographic materials, High street; & at Chelmsford
 1917Bellamy Tom (late T. P. Green), pharmaceutical, dispensing & agricultural chemist & dealer in photographic materials, High street; & at Chelmsford
 1922Bellamy Tom (late T. P. Green), pharmaceutical, dispensing & agricultural chemist & dealer in photographic materials, High street; & at Chelmsford
 1926Belsham Herbert W. cabinet maker, 25 Braintree road
 1929Belsham Herbert W. cabinet maker, 25 Braintree road
 1933Belsham Herbert W. cabinet maker, Braintree rd
 1937Belsham Herbert W. cabinet maker, Braintree rd
 1910Bence Edmund A. shopkeeper, Newland street
 1929Benjamin Thomas Griffith, Littlestones, Avenue road
 1933Benjamin Thomas Griffith, 129 High street
 1937Benjamin Thomas Griffith, 129 High street
 1929Benjamin Thos. Griffith M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P. physcn. &, surgn. Littlestones, Avenue rd. (T N 41) & 129 High st. T N 8
 1937Benjamin Thos. Griffith M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. physcn. & surgn. (firm, Gimson, Little & Benjamin), 129 High at. T N 8
 1933Benjamin Thos. Griffith M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. physcn. & surgn. (firm, Gimson, Little & Benjamin), 129 High st. T N 8
 1929Bentall Charles, Bygrove, Collingwood road
 1926Bentall Edmund Ernest J.P. The Grove
 1929Bentall Edmund Ernest J.P. The Grove
Post Office1859Benton Capt. William, Chipping hill
 1862Benton Capt. William, Chipping hill
 1866Benton Capt. William, Chipping hill
White1863Benton, Capt. William, R.A., Chipping Hill
 1886Berkin Jesse, Angel P.H.
 1902Berners William Hugh, Brookcote, Chipping Hill
 1910Berridge Rev. Jesse A.K.C.L.(curate), The Parsonage
 1878Best George, Albert, Railway station
 1882Best George, Albert, Railway station
 1929Bevan Gerald T. J. Blunts hall
 1933Bevan Gerald T. J. Blunts hall
 1933Beven James Dale, Brookcote, Chipping hill
 1917Beville Lieut.-Col. Charles Hamilton C.B. Roslyn house
 1929Bevington Miss, Ely house High st
 1922Bevington, Mrs. T. Roslyn House
 1926Bevington Mrs. T. Roslyn house
 1895Bevington Timothy, The Grove
 1899Bibolini Igino, Chipping hill
 1902Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1906Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1908Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1910Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1912Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1914Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1917Bibolini Igino, Chipping Hill
 1929Bickerton Philip Arth. insur. agt. Oberon, Collingwood rd
 1914Bircher Walter, hardware dealer, Bridge street
 1917Bircher Walter, hardware dealer, Bridge street
 1922Bircher Walter, hardware dealer, Bridge street
 1926Bircher Walt. hardware dlr. Bridge st
 1929Bircher Wltr. poultry dlr.12 Bridge st
 1933Bircher Wltr. poultry dlr. 12 Bridge st
 1937Bircher Wltr. poultry dlr. 12 Bridge st
 1914Bishop Rev. George Harry A.K.C.L. (curate), The Parsonage
Pigot1823Blackborn Wm. corn dealer
Post Office1855Blacket Russell, brick dealer, timber, coal & manure merchant, Chipping hill; & at Rivenhall
 1917Blackie Mrs. Avenue road
 1866Blackie Thomas Morell, young gentlemen's boarding school, Chipping hill
 1870Blackie Thomas Morell, young gentlemen's boarding school, Chipping hill
 1874Blackie Thomas Morell, young gentlemen's boarding school, Chipping hill
 1878Blackie Thomas Morell, young gentlemen's boarding school , Chipping hill
 1882Blackie Thomas Morell, young gentlemen's boarding school, Chipping hill
 1886Blackie Thos. Morell school, Chipping hl
 1890Blackie Thos. Morell school, Chipping hl
 1895Blackie Thos. Morell, schl. Chipping hl
Post Office1859Blackie Mr. Thomas Morell, boarding school, Chipping hill
 1862Blackie Thomas Morrell, boarding school, Chipping hill
White1863Blackie, Thomas Morrell, academy and school (boarding), Chipping Hill
 1926Blake Ada Elsie (Miss), confectioner, 37 Maldon road
 1886Blake James William, Spotted Dog hotel
 1878Blake Joseph William, Red Lion
 1882Blake Joseph William, Spotted Dog
 1937Blake Leslie Donald, dairy farmer, Spring lodge, Chipping hill. TN 120
 1882Blake Mrs Chipping hill
Pigot1839Blanks Edward, smith, Cheping hill
Pigot1823Blaxall Elizabeth, Red Lion
Post Office1845Blood & Douglas, solicitors, clerks to magistrates; to the union, and to the Property Tax commissioners, High st
White1848Blood and Douglas, attorneys, Newland street
Post Office1855Blood & Douglas, solicitors
Post Office1859Blood & Douglas, solicitors
 1862Blood & Douglas, solicitors
White1863Blood and Douglas, solicitors, Newland Street
 1866Blood & Douglas, solicitors
 1870Blood & Son, solicitors
 1874Blood & Son, solicitors
 1878Blood & Son, solicitors
 1914Blood & Son, solicitors
 1917Blood & Son, solicitors
Pigot1839Blood Joseph Howell, attorney, Witham
Post Office1855Blood Joseph Howell, clerk to magistrates, to Witham union, to commissioners of property & income tax, deputy treasurer to the county, & clerk to local board of health
Post Office1859Blood Joseph Howell, clerk to magistrates, to Witham union, to commissioners of property and income tax, deputy treasurer to the county, & clerk to local board of health
 1866Blood Joseph Howell, solicitor, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Witham union, deputy treasurer of the county & clerk to the local board of health (firm, Blood & Douglas)
 1870Blood Joseph Howell
 1874Blood Joseph Howell, solicitor, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Witham union, treasurer of East Essex, clerk to the local board of health, & superintendent registrar, see Blood & Son
 1874Blood Joseph Howell
White1863Blood Joseph Howell, solicitor, union clerk, superintendent registrar and clerk to magistrates (Blood and Douglas), Newland Street
Post Office1845Blood Joseph Howell, esq
White1848Blood, Joseph Howell (esq.), solicitor and union clerk, superintendent registrar, and clerk to Magistrates, Newland Street
Post Office1855Blood, Joseph Howell, esq
Post Office1859Blood Joseph Howell, esq
 1862Blood Joseph Howell, esq
 1866Blood Joseph Howell, esq
 1870Blood Joseph Howell, solicitor, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Witham union, deputy treasurer of the county, clerk to the local board of health & superintendent registrar (firm, Blood & Son)
 1917Blood Misses
 1922Blood, Misses, Grove terrace
 1926Blood Misses, 6 Newland street
 1866Blood Capt. William B.
 1870Blood Capt. William B
 1882Blood William Bindon, solicitor, clerk to the magistrates & perpetual commissioner
 1882Blood William Bindon
 1886Blood William Bindon solicitor clerk to the magistrates & perpetual commissioner
 1886Blood, William Bindon
 1890Blood Wm. Bindon solicitor, clerk to the magistrates commissioner for oaths & perp. commissioner & dep. coroner
 1890Blood William Bindon
 1895Blood William Bindon, solicitor, clerk to the magistrates, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner & deputy coroner
 1895Blood William Bindon
 1899Blood William Bindon, solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to urban district council & school board & deputy coroner for North Essex
 1899Blood William Bindon
 1902Blood William Bindon, solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Urban District Council & school board & deputy coroner for the eastern division of Essex
 1902Blood William Bindon
 1906Blood William Bindon, solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Urban District Council, clerk to the commissioners of property & income tax & house duty & to visitors of private lunatic asylum
 1906Blood William Bindon
 1908Blood William Bindon, solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Urban District Council, clerk to the commissioners of property & income tax & house duty & to visitors of private lunatic asylum
 1908Blood William Bindon
 1910Blood William Bindon, solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Urban District Council, clerk to the commissioners of property & income tax & house duty & to visitors of private lunatic asylum
 1910Blood William Bindon
 1912Blood William Bindon solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to the magistrates, clerk to Urban District Council, clerk to the commissioners of property & income tax & house duty & to visitors of private lunatic asylum
 1912Blood William Bindon
 1914Blood William Bindon
 1874Blood Captain William Bindon
 1878Blood Captain William Bindon
 1878Blood William Bindon (firm Blood & Son), solicitor, clerk to the magistrates, superintendent registrar & perpetual commissioner
 1914Blood William Bindon (firm, Blood & Son), solicitor, commissioner for oaths & perpetual commissioner, clerk to Urban District Council & to visitors of private lunatic asylum
 1926Blyth Bernard Oliver, Woodhams, Guithavon street
 1929Blyth Bernard Oliver, Woodhams, Guithavon street
 1933Blyth Bernard Oliver, Woodhams, Guithavon street
 1937Blyth, Bernard Oliver, Woodhams, Guithavon street
 1912Blyth E. M. & Son, millers (steam & water) & corn merchants; offices Witham Roller flour mills & High street. T N 6
 1912Blyth E. M. & Son, millers (steam & water) & corn merchants; offices Witham Roller flour mills & High street. T N 6
 1914Blyth E. M. & Son, millers (steam & water) & corn merchants; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High street (T N 6) ; & at Bulford mills, Cressing, Braintree
 1914Blyth E. M. & Son, millers (steam & water) & corn merchants; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High street (T N 6) ; & at Bulford mills, Cressing, Braintree
 1917Blyth E. M. & Son, millers (steam & water) &, corn merchants; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High street (T N 6); & at Bulford mills, Cressing, Braintree
 1922Blyth E. M. & Sons, millers (steam & water) & corn merchants; offices Witham Roller flour mills & High street(T N 6); & at Bulford mills, Cressing, Braintree
 1922Blyth E. M. & Sons, millers (steam & water) & corn merchants; offices Witham Roller flour mills & High street(T N 6); & at Bulford mills, Cressing, Braintree
 1933Blyth E. M. & Sons Ltd. flour millers; offices, Station flour mills. T A "Blyth;" T N Witham 6
 1926Blyth E. M. & Sons Ltd. flour millers & corn merchants; offices, Witham Roller flour mills (T N Witham 6; & at Bulford mills, Cressing, Braintree. T N Braintree 132
 1929Blyth E. M. & Sons Ltd. flour millers; offices, Witham Roller flour mills. T A "Blyth;". TN Witham 6
 1937Blyth E. M. & Sons Ltd. . flour millers; offices, Station flour mills. T A "Blyth;" T N Witham 6
 1895Blyth Edward M.
 1899Blyth Edward M
 1902Blyth Edward M
 1906Blyth Edward M
 1908Blyth Edward M
 1910Blyth Edward M. Mill house
 1912Blyth Edward M. Mill house
 1914Blyth Edward M. Mill house
 1917Blyth Edward M. Mill house
 1922Blyth, Edward M. Mill house
 1882Blyth Edward Mark, miller & corn merchant, Witham mills
 1886Blyth Edwd. Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant, William mill
 1890Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham flour mills & High street
 1890Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham flour mills & High street
 1895Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1895Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1899Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1899Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1902Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1902Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1906Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant, offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1906Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant, offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1908Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1908Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1910Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1910Blyth Edward Mark, miller (steam & water) & corn merchant; offices, Witham Roller flour mills & High st
 1886Blyth Edward Mark, baker (Miss Kate Groves, manageress)
 1890Blyth Henry Percy, Croft house
Post Office1845Blyth Joseph, butcher, Maldon road
White1848Blyth, Joseph, butcher, Maldon Road
 1929Blyth Mrs. 20 Avenue road
 1933Blyth Mrs. 20 Avenue road
 1937Blyth Mrs. Fern Dene Avenue road
 1862Blyth Robert, solicitor
White1863Blyth, Robert, law clerk, Newland Street
 1862Blyth Robert, esq
 1866Blyther Joseph, shopkeeper
Post Office1855Blythes Joseph, shopkeeper
Post Office1859Blythes Joseph, shopkeeper
 1862Blythes Joseph, shopkeeper
White1863Blythes, Joseph, shopkeeper, Market Street
 1929Boatman & Co. opticians (attends tues. 10 to 5), Christmas ho. High st
 1933Boatman Messrs. opticians (attends tues. 10 to 5), Christmas ho. High st
 1937Boatman Messrs. opticians (attend tues 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), Christmas; ho. High st
 1917Bonner Frank, seed grower
 1922Bonner Frank seed grower
 1926Bonner Frank, seed grower
 1933Bonner Frank, farmer, Pond farm
 1902Boon George, beer ret. Braintree road
White1863Boreham, Jane, staymaker, Church Street
 1862Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker, Chipping hill
 1866Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker, Chipping hill
 1870Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker, Chipping hill
 1874Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker
 1878Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker
 1882Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker
 1886Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker
 1890Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker
 1895Boreham Jane (Mrs.), corset maker
White1848Borroughs, Walter, George, Newland Street
Post Office1859Botham George, tailor
White1848Botham, Lucy, staymaker, Maldon Road
 1908Bott Lindley Alexander, farmer, The Half-Hide farm
 1910Bott Lindley Alexander, farmer, The Half-Hide farm
 1912Bott Lindley Alexander, farmer, The Half-Hide farm
 1914Bott Lindley Alexander, farmer, The Half-Hide farm
 1914Bott Lindley & Co. tarpaulin, rick & wagon cover manufacturers; & at Chelmsford. See advertisement
 1937Greenwood Tree Café (Miss M. Boulton, proprietress) London rd
Pigot1823Boutwood James, boot and shoe maker
Pigot1826Boutwood James, boot and shoe maker
Pigot1839Boutwood James, boot and shoemaker, Witham
Post Office1845Boutwood James, currier & boot ma. Hi. st
White1848Boutwood, James, boot and shoe maker, Newland Street
White1848Boutwood, Maria and Emma (Misses), Newland Street
Post Office1845Boutwood Mrs. High street
 1882Bowles Henry, teacher of music
 1906Bowyer Frederick, White Horse P.H
 1908Bowyer Frederick, White Horse P.H
 1910Bowyer Frederick, White Horse P.H
 1912Bowyer Frederick White Horse P.H
 1914Bowyer Frederick, White Horse P.H
Post Office1855Boyfield Miss
Post Office1859Boyfield Miss
Pigot1839Boyfield Mrs., Witham
White1848Boyfield, Penelope (Miss), Newland Street
 1890Boyton David, fishmonger
 1912Boyton David, fishmonger Maldon rd
 1914Boyton David, fishmonger, Maldon rd
 1917Boyton David, greengrocer, Maldon rd
 1933Bradbury John L. Pelican cottage, Collingwood road.
 1937Bradbury John L. Pelican cottage Collingwood road
 1910Bradbury Mrs. Maldon road
 1933Bradley Gordon Montague, Batsford, High street
 1922Bradshaw & Son, tailors. High st
 1899Bradshaw Geo. tailor & outfitter, High st
 1902Bradshaw Geo. tailor & outfitter, High st
 1906Bradshaw Geo.tailor & outfitter, High st
 1908Bradshaw Geo. tailor & outfitter, High st
 1910Bradshaw Geo.tailor & outfitter, High st
 1912Bradshaw Geo. & Son, tailors, High st
 1914Bradshaw Geo. & Son, tailors, High st
 1917Bradshaw Geo. & Son, tailors, High st
 1929Bradshaw James Sloan M.B., Ch.B. 8 The Avenue
 1929Bradshaw Jas. Sloan M.B., Ch.B. L'pool, D.P.H. physcn. & surgn. medical officer of health to the Urban District Council & tuberculosis officer for County of Essex, 8 The Avenue. T N 105
 1906Bradshaw Louis, High street
 1908Bradshaw Louis, High Street
 1910Bradshaw Louis, High street
 1912Bradshaw Louis, Collingwood road
 1914Bradshaw Louis, Collingwood road
 1917Bradshaw Louis, Collingwood road
 1874Brailey William Arthur, M.B., surgeon
 1874Brailey William Arthur, M.B.
 1910Brake Miss Chipping Hill
 1912Brake Miss, Chipping Hill
 1914Brake Miss Spa place, Chipping Hill
 1917Brake Miss, Spa place, Chipping Hill
 1886Brake, Mrs, Chipping hill
 1890Brake Mrs. Chipping hill
 1895Brake Mrs. Chipping hill
 1899Brake Mrs. Chipping hill
 1902Brake Mrs. Chipping Hill
 1906Brake Mrs. Chipping Hill
 1908Brake Mrs. Chipping Hill
Post Office1845Bramston Rev. John, vicarage [magistrate]
White1848Bramston, John, M.A. (Reverend), Vicarage, Chipping Hill
Post Office1859Bramston Rev. John, M.A. [rural dean & vicar] Vicarage
 1862Bramston Rev. John, M.A. [rural dean & vicar] Vicarage
White1863Bramston, Rev. John, M.A. vicar, Chipping Hill
Post Office1855Bramston Rev. John, M.A., J.P., Vicarage, Chipping hill
 1866Bramston Rev. John, M.A., J.P. [vicar & rural dean], Vicarage, Chipping hill
 1870Bramston Rev. John; M.A., J.P., [vicar & rural dean], Vicarage, Chipping hl
White1848Bramston, Mary Ann (Miss), Chipping Hill
White1863Bramston, Miss Mary Ann, Chipping Hill
Post Office1855Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
Post Office1859Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
 1862Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
 1866Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
 1870Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
 1874Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
 1878Bramston Miss Chipping hill
 1882Bramston Miss, Chipping hill
 1886Bramston Miss Chipping hill
 1922Brand Edward, baker, High street
 1926Brand Edward, baker, High street
 1929Brand Edwd. baker, 31 High st
 1933Brand Edwd. baker, 31 High st
 1937Brand Edwd. baker, 31 High st
Pigot1823Brand John, general dealer in groceries etc.
Pigot1826Brand John, general dealer in groceries etc.
Pigot1839Brand, John, shopkeeper, Witham
Post Office1845Brand John, grocer, High street
White1848Brand, John, shopkeeper, Newland Street
Post Office1855Brand John, shopkeeper
Post Office1859Brand John, shopkeeper
White1863Brand, John, grocer, Newland Street
Pigot1823Brand Joseph, boot and shoe maker
Pigot1826Brand Joseph, boot and shoe maker
Pigot1839Brand Joseph, boot and shoemaker, Witham
Pigot1839Brand Joseph, shopkeeper, Witham
Post Office1845Brand Joseph, grocer, Bridge street
White1848Brand, Joseph, shopkeeper, Bridge Street
White1848Brand, Joseph, boot and shoe maker, Bridge Street
Post Office1855Brand Joseph, boot & shoe maker, & grocer
Post Office1859Brand Joseph, shopkeeper
 1862Brand Joseph, shopkeeper
White1863Brand, Joseph, boot and shoemaker, Bridge Street
 1929Brandt H. B. The Gables, High st
 1933Brandt H. B. The Gables, High st
 1937Brandt H. B. The Gables, High st
 1926Brandt Hugh Bernard, 127 High st
Pigot1839Branwhite Bloss, cooper, Cheping hill
Pigot1823Branwhite J., cooper
Universal1793Branwhite John, Cooper
Pigot1826Branwhite Rowland, cooper
 1866Brenes Charles, carpenter, Poplar ter
 1870Brenes Charles, carpenter, Poplar ter
 1874Brenes Charles, carpenter, Poplar ter
 1878Brenes Charles, carpenter, Poplar ter
 1899Brenes Florence E. (Miss), dress ma. Newland street
 1902Brenes Florence E. (Miss), dress ma. Newland street
 1906Brenes Florence E. (Miss), dress ma. Newland street
 1908Brenes Florence E. (Miss), dress maker, Newland street
 1910Brenes Florence E. (Miss), dress maker, Newland street
Post Office1855Brenes Jas. plumber, painter & glazier
Post Office1859Brenes Jas. plumber, painter & glazier
 1862Brenes Jas. plumber, painter & glazier
White1863Brenes, James, plumber, painter and glazier, Newland Street
 1866Brenes James, plumber, painter & glazier
 1870Brenes Jas. plumber, painter & glazier
 1874Brenes Jas. plumber, painter & glazier
 1862Bretnall Mrs. Chipping hill
 1866Bretnall Mrs. Chipping hill
 1870Bretnall Mrs. Chipping hill
Pigot1823Bretnell Robert, miller
Pigot1826Bretnell Robt., miller
 1878Bretnall Robert, corn miller, Chipping Hill mills
Pigot1839Bretnall Robert, esq. Cheping hill
Post Office1845Bretnall Robert, esq
White1848Bretnall, Robert (esq.), Chipping hill
Post Office1855Bretnall Robert, esq. Chipping hill
Post Office1859Bretnall Robert, esq. Chipping hill
White1863Bretnall, Mrs Sarah, Chipping Hill
 1926Brett Rufus Henry, George P.H. High street
 1929Brett Rufus Henry, George P.H. High street
 1914Brewster Alfd. J & Son, saddlers, Maldon road
 1910Brewster Alfd J & Son, saddlers, Maldon road
 1912Brewster Alfd. J. & Son, saddlers, Maldon road
 1917Brewster Alfred J. & Son, saddlers, Maldon road
 1922Brewster Alfred J. & Son; saddlers, Maldon road
 1874Brewster Alfred James, shopkeeper
 1882Brewster Alfred James, shopkeeper
 1886Brewster Alfred Jas. shopkpr. & saddler
 1890Brewster Alfred James, saddler
 1895Brewster Alfred James, saddler
 1899Brewster Alfred Jas. saddlr. Maldon rd
 1902Brewster Alfred Jas. saddlr. Maldon rd
 1906Brewster Alfred Jas. saddlr. Maldon rd
 1908Brewster Alfred James, saddler & shopkeeper, Maldon road
 1926Brewster Ernest Alfred, saddler, 25 Maldon road
 1929Brewster Ernest Alfred, saddler, 25 Maldon road
 1933Brewster Ernest Alfred, saddler, 25 Maldon road
 1937Brewster Ernest Alfred, saddler, 25 Maldon road
 1926Brice Arthur E. The Hawthorns, 11 Avenue road
 1929Brice Arthur E. The Hawthorns, Easton road
 1933Brice Arthur E. The Hawthorns, Easton road
 1937Brice Arthur E. The Hawthorns, Easton Road
 1929Brice Arth. Edwin, farmer, The Hawthorns, Easton rd. T N 115
 1933Brice Arth. Edwin, farmer, The Hawthorns, Easton rd. T N 115
 1937Brice Arth. Edwin, farmer, The Hawthorns Easton rd. T N. 115
 1890Brice Robert Alfred, White Hart commercial hotel & posting house
 1895Brice Robert Alfred, White Hart commercial hotel & posting house; 'bus meets all trains
 1899Brice Robert Alfred, White Hart commercial hotel, High street
 1929Brice William Henry, Brooklands, Avenue road
 1933Brice William Henry, The Laurels, Avenue road
 1937Brice William Henry, The Laurels, Avenue Road
 1922Bridge Cycle Depot , (Wilfred J. Marshall, proprietor), cycle agency & repairer, Bridge street
 1926Bridge Cycle Depot (Wilfred J. Marshall, proprietor), cycle agent; Bridge street
 1929Bridge Cycle Depot (Wilfred J. Marshall proprietor), cycle agent, Bridge street
 1890Bridge House Refuge in connexion with the House of Mercy, Maplestead (Sisters of the Community in charge)
 1895Bridge House Refuge in connexion with the House of Mercy, Maplestead (Sisters of the Community in charge)
 1908Bridge Industrial Home (Thomas C. Gibbs, Supt)
 1910Bridge Industrial Home (Thomas C. Gibbs, supt)
 1912Bridge Industrial Home (Thomas C.Gibbs, supt)
 1933Bridge Albert Edward, Narboro Collingwood road
 1937Bridge Albert Edward, Narboro, Collingwood Road
Pigot1826Bridge Jos., miller, Blue mills
 1866Bridge William, pork butcher
 1870Bridge William, pork butcher
 1874Bridge William, pork butcher
 1878Bridge William, pork butcher
 1882Bridge William, pork butcher
 1886Bridge Wm. pork butcher & greengro
 1890Bridge Wm. pork butcher & greengrocer
 1895Bridge Wm. pork butcher & greengrcr,
 1899Bridge William, pork butcher & greengrocer, High Street
 1890Bridgeman James, Bell inn
 1895Bridgeman Kate (Mrs.), Bell inn
 1937Bridges Mrs E M Bude, Collingwood road
 1929Bridges Geo. M. Millfield boarding ho. Collingwood rd
 1933Bridges Geo. M. Millfield boarding ho. Collingwood rd
White1848Briggs, Harriet, milliner, Newland Street
 1937Briggs, W L Ponton villa, Collingwood road
 1908Briggs William, Ponton villa
 1910Briggs William, Ponton villa
 1912Briggs William, Ponton villa
 1914Briggs William. Ponton villa
 1917Briggs William Ponton villa
 1922Briggs, William, Ponton villa
 1926Briggs William Lambe, Ponton villa
 1926Bright Arthur Hy. insurance agent, 2 Guithavon road
 1929Bright Arthur Hy. insurance agent, 2 Guithavon road
 1933Bright Arthur Hy. insurance agent, 2 Guithavon road
 1926Bright Basil Herbert, solicitor (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons), Collingwood road. T N 39
 1929Bright Basil Herbt. solctr. & commissioner for oaths (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons), Collingwood rd. T N 39
 1933Bright Basil Herbt. solctr. & commissioner for oaths (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons), Newland street. T N 39
 1937Bright Basil Herbt. solctr. & commissioner for oaths (firm F.H. Bright & Sons), Newland street. TN 39
 1878Bright Emma (Miss), dress maker, Chipping hill
 1922Bright F. H. &, Son, solicitors & commissioners for oaths, Collingwood road. TN 39
 1926Bright F. H. & Sons, solicitors , & commissioners for oaths, Collingwood road. T N 39
 1929Bright F. H. & Sons, solicitors & commissioners for oaths, Collingwood road TN 39
 1933Bright F. H. & Sons, solicitors & commissioners for oaths, Newland street. T N 39
 1937Bright F, H. & Sons, solicitors & commissioners for oaths, Newland street. T N 39
 1926Bright Fredk. Gerald, 119 High st
 1929Bright Frederick Gerald, Roslyn house. Newland street
 1933Bright Frederick Gerald, Roslyn house, Newland street
 1937Bright, Frederick Gerald, Roslyn House, Newland Street
 1926Bright Frederick Henry, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm F. H. Bright & Sons), solicitor & clerk to the Witham Urban District Council & clerk to the magistrates, Collingwood road. TN 39
 1929Bright Fredk. Gerald, solctr. & commissioner for oaths (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons), Collingwood rd. T N 39
 1933Bright Frederick Gerald, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons) & solicitor & clerk to Witham Urban District Council, Newland street. T N 39
 1937Bright Frederick Gerald, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm F. H. Bright & Sons), Newland st. T N 39
 1937Bright Frederick Henry, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm F. H. Bright & Sons) & clerk to the magistrates, Newland street, TN 39
 1917Bright Frederick Henry, solicitor & commissioner for oaths & clerk to the magistrates, High street
 1922Bright Frederick Henry, solicitor & commissioner for oaths solicitor & clerk to the Witham Urban District Council & clerk to the magistrates, Collingwood road
 1914Bright Frederick Henry (firm, Beaumont & Bright),.solicitor & commissioner for oaths & clerk to the magistrates High street
 1929Bright Frederick Henry, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons), solicitor & clerk to the Witham Urban District Council & clerk to the magistrates, Collingwood road. T N 39
 1933Bright Frederick Henry, solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, F. H. Bright & Sons) & clerk to the magistrates, Newland street. T N 39
White1863Bright, Mrs J., Newland Street
White1848Bright, Jane (Miss), Newland street
Post Office1855Bright Miss Jane
Post Office1859Bright Miss Jane
 1862Bright Miss Jane
Pigot1839Bright the Misses, Witham
 1922Bright Philip, wheelwright, Bridge st
 1926Bright Philip wheelwright, Bridge st
 1929Bright Philip, coach builder, Bridge street
White1848Bright, Robert, farmer, Chipping Hill
 1866Bright Sarah (Mrs.), farmer
White1848Bright, William, corn miller, Newland Street
 1926Brightwell Agnes (Miss), nurse, 52 Maldon road
 1929Brightwell Agnes (Miss), nurse, Freebournes, Newland st
 1933Brightwell Agnes (Miss), nurse, Freebournes, Newland st
 1937Brightwell Agnes (Miss), nurse, Freebournes, Newland st
 1937British Bata Shoe Co. Ltd:, boot & shoe dlrs. 68 High st
 1937British Legion (Witham branch); Braintree rd. Mill la
 1937British Legion (Witham branch); Braintree rd. Mill la
 1929British Legion (Witham branch) (C. A. Walker, sec.), Braintree Rd. Chipping Hill
 1933British Legion (Witham branch) (Wltr. W. Maskell, sec.), Braintree rd. Chipping Hill
 1926British Oxygen Co. Ltd.. oxygen gas manufrs. T A "Oxygen;" T N 54
 1929British Oxygen Co. Ltd. oxygen gas manufacturers, complete welding & cutting plants manufactured & supplied; carbide, any quantity at lowest rate:. T A "Oxygen;" T N 90
 1933British Oxygen Co. Ltd. (The), oxygen gas manufacturers, complete welding & cutting plants manufactured & supplied; dissolved acetylene & carbide, any quantity at lowest rates. T A "Oxygen;" T N 90
 1937British Oxygen Co. Ltd. (The) manufacturers, dissolved acetylene, nitrogen, argon neon helium, ethylene, liquid oxygen, compressed air &c.; complete welding & cutting plants manufactured & supplied; carbide, any quantity at lowest rates. T A "Oxygen, Wit
Pigot1839British School (boys' and girls') Witham, William Edmund Clark, master; Susannah Aves mistress
White1863British Schools, Enoch Bailey and Emma Hare, Maldon Road
White1848Fulton, William, and Clayden, Ann, British Schools, Maldon Road
Post Office1859Brittain Wm. King's Head, Chipping hl
 1862Brittain William, Angel
 1914Brock Alfd. egg purveyor, Braintree rd
 1882Brock Charles de Lisle surgeon
 1882Brock Charles de Lisle
 1890Brock Isaac, boot maker
 1895Brock Isaac, boot maker
Post Office1855Brock Thomas, boot & shoe maker, Chipping hill
 1914Brockes Alice (Mrs), farrier, Newland street
 1902Brockes Alice (Mrs.),farrier. Newland st
 1906Brockes Alice (Mrs.), farrier, Newland st
 1908Brockes Alice (Mrs.), farrier, Newland street.
 1910Brockes Alice (Mrs.), farrier, Newland street
 1912Brockes Alice (Mrs.), farrier, Newland street
 1917Brockes Alice (Mrs.), farrier, Newland street
 1890Brockes Arthur Charles, farrier
 1895Brockes, Arthur Charles, farrier
 1899Brockes Arthur Charles, farrier, Newland street
 1929Brooke Capt. Frederick W. Totscott, Church street, Chipping Hill
 1933Brooke Capt. Frederick W. Totscott, Church street, Chipping Hill
 1937Brooke, Capt. Frederick W, Totscott, Church Street, Chipping Hill
Universal1793Brooks Captain
 1933Brown & Son Ltd. bldrs. mers. Maldon rd
 1937Brown & Son Ltd. bldrs.' mers: Maldon rd. T N 166
 1908Brown Albert P. Collingwood house
 1910Brown Albert P. Collingwood house
 1912Brown Albert P. Collingwood house
 1914Brown Albert P. Collingwood house
 1917Brown, Albert P., Collingwood house
 1922Brown, Albert P. Collingwood house
 1926Brown Albert P. Collingwood house
 1929Brown Albert P. Collingwood house
 1933Brown Albert P. Collingwood house, Collingwood road
 1902Brown Arthur Ralph, carriage builder, High street
 1906Brown Arthur Ralph, carriage builder, High street
 1908Brown Arthur Ralph, carriage builder, High street
 1870Brown Charles, White Hart commercial inn & posting house
 1874Brown Charles, White Hart commercial inn & posting house
 1878Brown Chas. corn & seed mer. & maltster
 1882Brown Chas. corn & seed mer. & maltster
 1886Brown Chas. corn & seed mer. & maltster
 1890Brown Charles, corn & seed merchant, & maltster
 1895Brown Charles, corn & seed merchant, & maltster
 1899Brown Charles, corn & seed merchant, & maltster, High street
 1902DBrown Charles, corn & seed merchant, maltster, High street
 1906Brown Charles, corn & seed merchant, & maltster, High street
 1906Brown Charles
 1908Brown Charles, The Maltings
 1908Brown Charles & Sons Limited, corn & seed mers. & maltsters, High st
 1910Brown Charles & Sons Limited, corn merchants, High street
 1912Brown Charles & Sons Limited, corn merchants, High street
 1914Brown Charles & Sons Limited, corn merchants, High street
 1917Brown Charles & Sons Limited, corn merchants, High street
 1922Brown Charles & Sons Limited, corn merchants, High street
 1874Brown David, butcher
 1878Brown David, butcher
 1882Brown David, butcher
 1886Brown David, Swan P.H.
 1886Brown David, butcher
 1890Brown David butcher
 1895Brown David, butcher
 1899Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1902Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1906Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1908Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1910Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1912Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1914Brown David, butcher, Bridge street
 1929Brown Frank, house furnisher, 114 High st
 1878Brown George, Swan
 1912Brown George Graham, Lound
 1914Brown George Graham, Lound
 1917Brown George Graham, Lound
 1922Brown George Graham, Lound
 1917Brown Harry, butcher Bridge street
 1922Brown Harry, shopkeeper, High st
 1922Brown Harry, butcher, Bridge street
 1926Brown Harry, butcher, Bridge street
 1926Brown Harry, shopkeeper, High st
 1929Brown Harry, shopkpr. 145 High st
 1929Brown Harry, butcher, 30 Bridge st. T N 56
 1933Brown Harry, butcher, 30, Bridge st. T N 56
 1937Brown Harry, butcher; 30 Bridge st TN 136
Post Office1855Brown Henry Thomas, tailor & hatter
 1890Brown John, farmer, Chipping hill
 1895Brown John, farmer Chipping hill
 1899Brown John, farmer, Chipping hill
 1902Brown John, farmer. Chipping Hill
 1906Brown John, farmer, Chipping Hill
 1908Brown John, farmer, Chipping Hill
 1910Brown John, farmer, Chipping Hill
 1912Brown John, farmer, Chipping Hill
 1914Brown John, farmer, Chipping Hill
 1917Brown John. farmer, Chipping Hill
 1929Brown Jn. (exors. of), farmers, Cocks farm., Braintree rd. Chipping Hill
 1890Brown Lydia (Mrs.), Swan P.H
 1895Brown Lydia (Mrs.), Swan P.H.
 1890Brown Mrs
 1895Brown Mrs
 1929Brown Percy, farmer, Collingwood ho. Collingwood rd. T N 37
 1926Brown Reginald, 76 Maldon road
 1862Brown Robert, butcher
White1863Brown, Robert, butcher, Bridge Street
 1866Brown Robert, butcher
 1870Brown Robert, butcher
 1922Brown Sarah (Mrs.), farmer, Chipping Hill
 1926Brown Sarah (Mrs.) farmer, Cocks farm, Chipping Hill
 1866Brown Thomas, gunsmith
 1870Brown Thomas, gunsmith
 1910Brown William E. cabinet ma, High st
 1912Brown William E. cabinet ma. High st
 1914Brown William E. cabinet ma. High st
 1917Brown Wm. E. cabinet ma. High st
 1922Brown Wm. E. cabinet ma: High st
 1926Brown William E. house furnisher, 37 & 44 Newland street. T N 92
 1926Brown William E. house furnisher, 37 & 44 Newland street. T N 92
 1862Brownlow George, inland revenue officer, Millfield terrace
White1863Brownlow, John, excise officer, Guithavon Valley
 1922Bryce Arthur E. The Hawthorns Avenue road
 1929Buchanan Alex. B. farmer, Benton Hall farm
 1933Buchanan Alex. B. farmer, Benton Hall farm
 1937Buchanan Alex. B. farmer; Benton Hall farm
Pigot1839Buchanan John, currier, Witham
Post Office1859Buckle William, tailor
 1917Bull Catherine (Mrs.), Red Lion P.H
 1906Bull William Lion P.H
 1908Bull William, Lion P.H
 1910Bull William; Lion P.H
 1912Bull William Lion P.H
 1914Bull William, Lion P.H
 1914Bull William Ernest photographer
 1917Bull William Ernest, photographer
 1922Bull William Ernest, Red Lion P.H.
 1922Bull William Ernest, photographer
 1926Bull William Ernest, photographer, 34 Newland street
 1929Bull Wm. Ernest, photographer, 34 High st
 1933Bull Wm. Ernest, photographer, 34 High st
 1937Bull Wm. Ernest, photographer, 34 High st
Post Office1845Bullock Jonathan, esq. Faulkbourn hall [magistrate]
 1895Bullock Walter H. Temple villa
 1926Bunbury Mrs. 2 Maldon road
 1908Bunce John, Albert hotel
 1910Bunce John, Albert hotel
 1908Bunting William W. butcher, High st
 1910Bunting William W. butcher, High st
 1912Bunting William W. butcher, High st
 1933Burge James Proctor, Sherborne, Collingwood road
 1937Burge James Proctor, Sherborne, Collingwood Road
 1912Burgess Edward Neville, Capital & Counties Bank house, High street
 1914Burgess Edward Neville, Capital & Counties Bank house, High street
 1917Burgess Edward Neville, Capital & Counties Bank house, High street
 1922Burgess Edward Neville, Lloyds Bank house, High street
 1912Burgess Edward Neville, manager Capital &, Counties Bank Limited
 1914Burgess Edward Neville, manager Capital & Counties Bank Limited
 1917Burgess Edward Neville, manager Capital & Counties Bank Limited
 1922Burgess Edward Neville, manager Lloyds Bank Ltd
White1863Burgess, James, carpenter, Chipping Hill
 1866Burgess James, White Horse
 1870Burgess Jane Dorcas (Mrs.), White Horse, Chipping hill
 1874Burgess Jane Dorcas (Mrs.), White Horse, Chipping hill
 1878Burgess Jane Dorcas (Mrs.), White Horse, Chipping hill
 1882Burgess Jane Dorcas (Mrs.) White Horse Chipping hill
 1886Burgess Jane Dorcas (Mrs.), White Horse P.H. Chipping hill
 1902Burrells Geo. Christmas. baker High st
 1906Burrells Geo. Christmas, baker, High st
 1908Burrells Geo. Christmas, baker, High st
 1910Burrells Geo. Christmas, baker, High st
 1912Burrells Geo. Christmas, baker, High st
 1914Burrells ,Geo. Christmas, baker, High, st
 1917Burrells Geo. Christmas, Baker, High st
Post Office1855Burroughs Walter, George commercial inn
 1929Burrows Albert Nigel, cartage contractor, coal merchant & farmer, Addiscombe house (T N 141) & farmer, Stovenshall, Rivenhall
 1929Burrows Albert Nigel, cartage contractor, coal merchant & farmer, Addiscombe house (T N 141) & farmer, Stovenshall, Rivenhall
 1910Burrows Donald, Avenue road
 1912Burrows Donald, Avenue road
 1908Burrows Mrs
 1929Burrows Walter William, coal & coke merchant & cartage contractor; sand, path gravel, shingle, clean stone & face gravel supplied from our pits at Little Braxted ; estimates free, Guithavon valley. T N 128
 1933Burrows Walter William, coal & coke merchant & cartage contractor; sand, path gravel, shingle, clean stone & face gravel supplied from our pits at Little Braxted; estimates free, Guithavon valley. T N 128
 1937Burrows Walter William, coal & coke merchant & cartage contractor; sand, path gravel, shingle, clean stone & face gravel supplied; estimates free, Guithavon valley TN 128
 1926Burton Arthur William, confectioner, Collingwood road
 1929Burton Arth. Wm. confctnr. The Cabin, Collingwood rd
 1929Burton Edith (Miss), shopkpr. 37 Maldon rd
Post Office1855Bush Charles, beer retailer
 1926Butcher George Wm. photographer, 18 Guithavon road
Pigot1839Butcher Joseph, grocer, Cheping hill
Pigot1839Butcher Mary, staymaker, Cheping hill
White1848Butcher, Mary, staymaker, Newland Street
Post Office1845Butcher Mrs. Mary, staymaker, High st
Post Office1855Butcher Mary (Mrs.), staymaker
Pigot1839Butcher Robert, linen and woollen draper, Cheping hill
 1929Butchers Studios: specialists in photographs for advertising purposes, Guithavon street. T N 140
 1933Butcher's Studios, photographers, Guithavon st. T N 140
 1937Butcher's Studios, photographers Guithavon st. T N 140
 1862Butler & Son, linen & woollen drapers, wholesale grocers & cheesemongers & tailors
 1866Butler & Son, linen & woollen drapers, tailors, wholesale & retail grocers & cheesemongers
 1870Butler & Son, linen drapers, mercers &c. millinery & dressmaking, woollen drapers & tailors, wholesale & retail grocers & provision merchants, & at Kelvedon
 1908Butler Arthur F. Roslyn house
 1910Butler Arthur F. (H.M. inspector of schools), Roslyn house
 1912Butler Arthur F. (H.M. inspector of schools), Roslyn house
 1933Butler Gerald C. farmer, Olivers farm. T N 110
 1937°Butler Gerald C. farmer, Olivers farm. T N 110
 1870Butler John, beer retailer
 1899Butler John, town crier & bill poster, Bridge street
 1902Butler John, town crier & bill poster, Bridge street
 1906Butler John, town crier & bill poster, Bridge street
 1870Butler Miss, dress maker
 1917Butler Miss, Holly bank
 1922Butler Miss Holly bank
 1926Butler Miss Holly bank
 1899Butler Misses, Holly bank
 1902Butler Misses Holly Bank
 1906Butler Misses, Holly bank
 1908Butler Misses, Holly bank
 1910Butler Misses, Holly bank
 1912Butler Misses Holly bank
 1914Butler Misses, Holly bank
Pigot1823Butler Thomas, grocer
Pigot1823Butler Thomas, linen draper
Pigot1826Butler Thos., linen draper (& hop merchant)
Pigot1826Butler Thos., grocer
Pigot1839Butler, Thomas, treasurer, Gas works
Post Office1845Butler Thomas, esq
White1848Butler, Thomas (esq.), Newland st
Pigot1839Butler Thomas and Son, grocers, Witham
Pigot1839Butler Thomas and Son, linen and woollen drapers, Witham
White1848Butler, William, tailor, Newland Street
White1848Butler, William, linen and woollen draper, Newland Street
White1848Butler, William, grocer etc., Newland Street
Post Office1855Butler William, grocer, draper & tailor
Post Office1859Butler William, grocer draper & tailor
White1863Butler, William, grocer, Newland Street
White1863Butler, William, linen draper, Newland Street
White1863Butler, William, tailor, Newland Street
 1874Butler William, Holly bank
 1878Butler William, Holly bank
 1882Butler William Holly bank
 1886Butler William, Holly bank
 1890Butler William, Holly bank
 1895Butler William, Holly bank
Post Office1845Butler Wm. & James, grocers & drapers, High street
 1870Butler William Jamieson, Chipping hill
 1866Butler Mr. William Jamieson, Chipping hill
 1912Butt Fredk. & Geo. farmers, Ishams
 1914Butt Fredk. & Geo. farmers, Ishams
 1917Butt George farmer, Ishams
 1922Butt George, farmer, Ishams