Kelly’s Directory of Hampshire – 1922

Preamble largely same as 1915

Parish Clerk, William Gamblen.

Post, MO & T & Telephonic Express Delivery Office, Headley: William Gamblen, sub-postmaster.
Post Office, Lindford: Charles Henry Fryer, sub-postmaster.
Post, MO & T & Telephonic Express Delivery Office, Bordon (letters should have Hants added): FJ Knight, postmaster.
Post Office, Stone Hill: Arthur Bishop Wilson, sub-postmaster.

Wall letter boxes at: Standford, Headley Mill, Bracken, Beech Hill, Deadwater Hill, Frensham Pond, Fullers Vale, Headley Park, Headley Street, Hollywater, Oxney Farm, New Inn, Stream, Whitmore Vale, Bayfields, Carlton Road, Liphook Road.

Elementary Endowed, enlarged in 1893-4 for 259 children; Charles Henry Beck, master. The schoolroom was built in 1755 by the Rev G Holme DD for 12 poor children, who were taught free, and was endowed by him with a rent-charge of £6 on certain land, and with the rent of three acres of land; in 1919 £800 of consols were purchased which now yields about £20.
Bordon (mixed), built 1915, for 150 children; Edwin Allen, headmaster; Mrs MC Hadwin, infants mistress.
Garrison School (adults and elder children) (mixed), E Warrell, master in charge; Mrs Watts, infants mistress.

Cyrus Gates, to Liphook, Tues, Thurs & Sat
Chaplin & Co, to and from Bordon station daily

Police Constable, G Ballard, School House, Headley
Fire Brigade, Sgt Charles Foley, officer in charge
Electric Power Station, JHP Bradshaw, engineer in charge
Sanitary Superintendent, William George Rich, Oak Farm
Church of England Soldiers and Sailors Club

Note: Bordon, Lindford, Standford and Stonehill listed separately

‡ address to Whitehill, Bordon, Hants
§ address to Farnham, Surrey


Allden, James, The Birches
Bailey, Hayden, Saunders Green
Beck, Charles Henry, Hillboro
Beesley, Mrs, Stag's Deane
Beringer, Mrs Oscar, Ferrand's Rest, Arford
Berkeley, Mrs, The Boreen
Bradshaw, John Hilton Pole, Sleaford
Brown, Miss Josephine MB, Pan's Field
Chadwick, Robert Nathan, Kirklands, Arford
Christian, Mrs, Land of Nod
Cobb, Frederic Crawford, Heathfield
David, Charles, The Laurels
Dick, Mrs, Brambletye
Duffus, Maj Francis Ferguson, Headley Wood
Fraser, Cyril Edward, Barley Mow
Fraser, Mrs, The Chestnuts
Gamblen, Mrs Arthur, Ivy Cottage
Gane, Lieut. DSO, The Haven
Gray, Col. Phillip, The Oaks
Greenway, Miss, Hollywater Farm
Hayward, Thomas George, Croft Cottage
Hooper, Major Richard, Arford House
Hubbuck, Miss Sylvia E, Pinehurst
Hubbuck, Mrs, Pinehurst
§ Hurry, Edward Henry, Llanover, Churt
I'Anson, Mrs, The Chalet
Judkins, Miss, Hurst Cottage
Kay, John Bartram BSc, The Windmill
Kingdon, Mrs, Mayfair, Headley Fields
Knight, Miss, Hillside
Laverty, Rev Wallis Hay MA (rector), Rectory
Loe, Miss, Mayfair, Headley Fields
Longridge, Mrs, Bow Cottage
McAndrew, Charles W JP, Headley Park (Telephone 10 Bordon)
Moir, Macrie, Hedgeside
Neal, Rev Bentley (Cong.), The Manse
Ord-Mackensie, Montague A, Headley Mount
Parish, Mrs, Beech Hill House
Perry, Lieut-Col Frederic Francis CIE FRCS Eng (late Indian Medical Service), Headley Grange
Phillips, Walter Tawney JP, Hilland
Sargeant, Mrs, Burney Heights
Schofield, Col. Herbert, Sardis
Shears, Capt. Philip J, White House
Sleigh, Robert, Leighswood Cottage, Headley Fields
Squarey, Arthur Fulton JP, Pentlow
Tabberer, Miss, Reedens
Tuckey, Mrs, Heatherview
Verner, Miss Violet, Crab Tree
Walker, Mrs, Headley Meadows
Wilkie, Miss, Dominas Cottage
Williams, Mrs, Pine Wood Cottageview

Bellinger, Archibald, grocer, Arford
Bohanna, George, shopkeeper
§ Bridges, MC (Mrs), Frensham Pond Hotel (Telephone 19 Frensham)
Brown, Josephine (Miss) MB, private nursing home, Pan's Field
Budd, George, farm bailiff to Mrs Knowles, Hearne
Burrows, William James, wagonette proprietor, Parish House Bottom
Chadwick, Robert Nathan, sand merchant
Chiverton, Thomas, hire carter, Prospect Hill House
Chuck, Horace R, builder
Clarke, Elizabeth (Miss), district nurse, Mayfair
Cole, George, wheelwright
§ Collins, Charles, blacksmith, Hunting Ford [Huntingford] Bridge & Wishanger Common
Courtnage, F & Sons, cartage contractors, coal & coke merchants, farmers, firewood merchants, Government contractors, haulage contractors & traction engine proprietors, Parish House Bottom
Cover, George, cowkeeper, Beech Hill
Curtis Brothers, grocers & drapers
Dickens, James, poultry breeder
Eddy, William, grocer, Beech Hill
§ Faulkner, Frederick William, farmer, Manor Farm, Wishanger
Gamblen, Albert, farmer
Gamblen, James, refreshment rooms
Gamblen, William, stationer and PO
Gardner Brothers, farmers, Birds Nest
Gates, Cyrus, jobmaster
§ Glaysher, Charles, shopkeeper, Folly Cottage, Churt
Glaysher, George, private gardener to CW McAndrew esq, Picketts Hill
Hackman, William George, fishmonger
Harris, Frederick, gamekeeper to CW McAndrew esq JP, Headley Park Mill
Hayden, John, farmer, Hunting Ford [Huntingford] Farm
§ Haydon, George, farmer, Plaster Hill Farm, Churt
Headley Village Institute (Rev B Neal, hon sec)
Headley Working Men's Club (J Johnson, sec)
Hounsome, Frank Mell, farm bailiff to AI Whitaker esq JP, Hearne
Hubbuck, Roderick J, poultry breeder, Pinehurst Poultry Farm (Telephone 7 Passfield)
Jeffs, John, coal merchant, Beech Hill
Jeffs, John Henry (Mrs), laundress, Beech Hill Laundry
Kemp, Colin, carpenter
Kennett, George Frederick, watch maker
Knight, Arthur, boot maker
§ Knight, Henry, farmer, Wishanger
Lamport, Henry, farmer, Linstead Farm
Libretto, Lewis, insurance agent, Arford
Lickfold, Frederick James & John Edward, cycle agents, Arford
Lickfold, Frederick James, assistant overseer, Arford
Marshall, James, jobmaster, Beech Hill
Mells, George, New Inn, Sleaford
Moore, John, cycle agent, Hill Terrace, Arford
Moore, William, Wheatsheaf PH
National Provincial & Union Bank of England Ltd (sub branch), open Mon & Thurs, 10.30am to 1.30pm, draw on 2 Princes St, London EC2
Pavitt, William, Holly Bush PH
Rogers, William, baker & grocer
§ Shepherd, Edward Alfred, land steward to AI Whitaker esq JP, Stream
§ Shrubb, Ellen (Mrs), shopkeeper, Churt
Stacey, William, private gardener to Mrs Christian, Land of Nod
Stevenson, Harry George, private gardener to Mrs Hubbuck, Pine Cottage, Fullers Vale
Stonard, Percival, farmer, Curtis Farm
Sutton, Walter, Crown PH
Tear, Archibald, beer retailer, Hollywater [Royal Oak?]
Tidey, Robert, baker, Arford
Triggs, William Langford, apartments, Brockenhurst
Turner, James, private gardener to Miss Verner, South View
Viney, John Henry, carpenter
Wakeford, Frederick, butcher
White, Thomas, plasterer, Barley Mow Hillser

Branson, James Reddy Beadon, Headley Mill Farm

Allen & Lloyd Ltd, mineral water manufacturer, Deadwater Hill
Allen, Vernon Charles, grocer, see Fuggle & Allen
Banfill, Malcolm, draper, Deadwater
Beeton, Charlotte (Miss), draper, Deadwater
Birch, John, hawker, Deadwater
Bordon & District Gas Co - HK Hoult, manager (Telephone 2 Bordon)
Bordon Picture Palace (F Boulton proprietor)
Bordon Working Men's Club (Augustus Bradley, sec), Deadwater
Bradley, Elsie (Miss), dressmaker, The Laurels, Deadwater
Britton, Caroline (Mrs), wardrobe dealer, Deadwater Hill
Courtnage, F & Sons, cartage contractors, coal & coke merchants, farmers, Government contractors, haulage contractors & traction engine proprietors, Oliver Farm
Cumming, John Thomas, photographer, Deadwater Hill
Dormer, Harry, draper, Deadwater Hill
Frisby, Joseph Ltd, boot & shoe dealers, Deadwater Hill
Fuggle & Allen, grocers, Deadwater Hill
Garrison Theatre (Army & Navy Canteen Board, proprietors), Bordon Camp
Gillett, Henry Charles, shopkeeper, Deadwater Bridge
Hall, Charles William, cycle agent, Deadwater Hill
Howlett, Herbert Arthur, chemist, Deadwater Hill
International Tea Co Ltd, Deadwater Hill
Larbey, George, hawker, Deadwater
Lee, George, greengrocer, Deadwater
Lloyds Bank Ltd, Deadwater
London County Westminster & Parr's Bank Ltd (WG Ohlson manager)
London Joint City & Midland Bank Ltd (EA Joseph manager)
McClinton & Co, motor engineers, car, motor cycle & cycle agents; cars for hire; parties catered for by char-a-banc; cars overhauled by expert mechanics; garages (open day & night), Deadwater & High Road (Telephone 31 & 18 Bordon - Telegrams "McClinton, Bordon") - see advertisement
Macready, EC, hair dresser, Deadwater
Mann Bros, boot repairers, Deadwater Bridge
Matthews, William, hawker, Deadwater
Patterson, John, clothier, Deadwater Hill
Pharo, George, hawker, Deadwater
Seagroatt, Alfred, shopkeeper, Deadwater Hill
Smith WH & Son, stationers, Deadwater Hill
Stoneman, George Mortimer, baker
Strugnell, George Charles, photographer, Deadwater Hill
Summerville, James, clothier, Bordon Camp
Tebbutt, WJ & Son, cycle agents, Deadwater Hill
Tingey, George, butcher, Deadwater Hill
Tribe, Frank James, hair dresser, Deadwater Hill
Waller, Richard George, photographer, Deadwater Hill
Warren, John Henry, draper
Weinstein, Bernard, watch maker, Deadwater Hill
Wilkinson, Geoffrey, clothier
Wood JR & Co Ltd, coal merchants

Baker, George, Weydale
Ensell, Rev Col. Charles Standish (senior chaplain to the Forces), Bareverlands
Gamble, Colin G, The Bungalow
Gardner, Richard Samuel
Hoult, Harry K, Hope Cottage

Balfry, Mary A (Mrs), apartments, Heather View
Barnett, James, painter, The Haven
Challen, Henry, butcher
Ellis & Sons, millers [Headley Mill]
Fryer, Charles Henry, baker, grocer, provision dealer, china, glass & earthenware dealer, PO, Chase Road
Gauntlett, William, shopkeeper
Heather, William, farmer
Hellier, Frederick, hire carter
Knight, William, builder
Laws, William, chimney sweep
Page, Thomas Joel, wheelwright
Rushton, Annie (Mrs), apartments, Lindford House
Savage, Rose (Mrs), dressmaker
Souter, William Barton, dairyman
Taylor, James, farmer, Broxhead Farm
Warner, John, farmer, Hatch House Farm
Wilkins, Henry, dairyman
Williams, George, Royal Exchange PH
Windebank, Charles, insurance agent

Allen, Mrs, Standford Lodge
Brownlow, Maj-Gen William Vesey CB JP, Eveley
Crowther-Smith, Stanley Francis MB, Standford House
Curtis, George
Salaman, Mrs, Standford House
Warren, Mrs
Woodhouse, Mrs, Reynolds

Barnett F & Sons, decorators
Berry, George, cowkeeper
Branson, James RB, farmer, Headley Mill Farm
Bugg & Sons, farmers, Standford Farm
Crowther-Smith, Stanley Francis MB Lond MRCS Eng LRCP Lond, physician & surgeon & medical officer & public vaccinator 4th district Alton Union, Standford House (Telephone 13 Bordon)
Falkner, Thomas & Sons, wheelwrights, Standford Hill
Kent, William, Robin Hood PH
Rushton, Walter, farmer, Lower House
Taylor, William, miller
Warren, George Lynton Curtis, farmer

STONEHILL [today we would call this Headley Down]
Beesley, Mrs, Stagdene
Collins, Robert, Glenmuir
Eiloart, Mrs, Hazeldene
Eyles, Mrs, The Hut
Guy, Mrs, Sunnyside
Hine, Albert, Fair Lawn
Hunt, Misses, Lilac Cottage
Johnston, Alexander Richmond BA MB BCh, The Pines
Kay, Andrew Cassels, Windmill
Leigh-Smith, Mrs, Croteslie
Morley, Miss, Bishopsthorpe
Norton, Arthur, The Beehive
Packam, Mrs, Walcot
Stansfield, Mrs, Stonedene
Sulman, Mrs, Hollywood
Suttle, Mrs, Euling Cottage
Swan, Charles Robert, The Retreat
Venning, Charles, Penryn

Aylwin, Marner (Mrs), apartments, Woodside
Cotton, Henry Bickford & Son, motor car proprietors, Vyne House
Madgwick, Mary (Miss), apartments, Ivy Cottage
Mitchell, Charles, nurseryman
Pausey, Matilda (Mrs), apartments, Woolmer View
Rummers, Charles, poultry farmer, La Gariba
Webb, George, apartments, Sakubona
Wilson, Arthur Bishop, grocer, PO

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