Stoke Edith Herefordshire 1914

Stoke Edith

Badham George, stationmaster.
Chilman W., head gamekeeper.
Dent H. J., frmr., Perton ct. farm.
Foley Paul Henry, D. L., J.P., Stoke Edith park.
Griffiths Richard, postmaster.
Longville A., parish clerk.
Morgan Edward, estate mason.
Onslow Rev. M. R. S., M.A., Recty.
Roberts Fredk., head gardener, Stoke Edith gardens.
South Wales Coal Co., depot, Railway station.
Wargent William and Sons, agricultural engineers and implement makers.
(Assistant overseer: Edwards J. B.; res., Pembridge Lodge, St. Owen street, Hereford).

Source: The Hereford Journal Directory 1914. Second Issue. Hereford: The Herefordshire Press & Printing Co., Ltd., Offa House.

English: Stone cottage at Perton Perton is a h...
English: Stone cottage at Perton Perton is a hillside hamlet between Dormington and Stoke Edith. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Gatehouse to Stoke Edith Park
Gatehouse to Stoke Edith Park (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Stoke Edith Church. St Mary the Virgi...
English: Stoke Edith Church. St Mary the Virgin’s Church, Stoke Edith (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Stoke Edith House -- burnt down in 1926 and la...
Stoke Edith House — burnt down in 1926 and later demolished. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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