Burntwood Entries in the Harrod Staffordshire Directory 1870

Burntwood is a parish and village 1 mile distant from Hammerwich railway station, railway station in the east division of the county hundred of South Offlow, union, county court district and diocese of Lichfield, arc deanery of Stafford and rural deanery of Lichfield. The church is dedicated to Christ. The living is a vicarage, annual value £280, with residence, in the gift of the vicar of St Mary’s Lichfield. The rev George POOLE, B.A. is vicar (see also). The Primitive Methodists have a chapel. There is a school for boys and girls, George HOWKINS master, Emily HOWKINS mistress. The [parish contains 4000 acres of land, of which there are numerous owners. The population is about 1500. The lord of the manor is the Marquis of Anglesey. POSTAL REGULATIONS – Edward HALL sub postmaster. Letters arrive at 8.30a.m. , are despatched at 5.30p.m. The nearest money order and telegraph office is at Chase Town . Post town Lichfield County Lunatic Asylum R.A. Davis M.d. medical officer Mr DUMBELL clerk.

Brindley Mr Henry S land agent
Chawner R.C. Esq
Hodson Mr. Job
Hodson Mr Job jun
Morgan Arther Cary Esq.
Phillips Genera, R.N.
Sankey Mr Thomas
Shawe Mrs
Tudor Mr John

Austin Isaac, shopkeeper
Bird Benjamin, market gardener
Bott Thomas, boot and shoemaker
Bould Joseph, market gardener
Darby William bricklayer
Derry Charlotte, shopkeeper
Derry William, butcher and victualler
Lord Nelson
Frank Walthew, carpenter
Gettley Edward, boot and shoemaker
Gettley Thomas, blacksmith
Hodson Job, grocer
Hull Edward, wheelwright
Kent Thomas, painter & c
Monk William, White Swan
Moss Thomas boot and shoemaker
Richards, the Ball
Sanders John, bricklayer
Smith, John market gardener and victualler
Nags Head
Styche Henry, jun , market gardener
Webb Thomas, Star Inn
Williams Thomas, grocer

Cooke Thomas
Coxon John
Gilbert Elias
Hastilow Robert
Horton W.B.
Lane John
Rowley John
Sankey Thomas
Smith Charles
Smith Elizabeth
Smith John
Smith Mary
Styche Henry
Titterton George
Tudor John
Webb Thomas