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1936 Kelly's Trade Directory - LEIGHTON BUZZARD

LEIGHTON BUZZARD is a market town and parish extending to the Bucks border and on the road from Dunstable to Aylesbury; it is the head of a petty sessional division and in the county court district of Bletchley and Leighton Buzzard, with a station on the London, Midland and Scottish railway, 40.5 miles from London, 20 south-west from Bedford, 6 south from Woburn, 14 south-west from Ampthill, 8 north-west from Dunstable, 10 from Aylesbury and 15 from Hemel Hempstead, in the Mid division of the county, hundred of Manshead, rural deanery of Dunstable, archdeaconry of Bedford and diocese of St. Albans. The railway station is in the adjoining parish of Linslade (Bucks), but close to the town; the Grand Junction canal passes through Linslade, near the river Ousel; the canal and railway give easy communication both with the metropolis and the northern counties, and a branch railway has been formed from here to Dunstable, a distance of 7 miles. The adjunct to the name is generally thought to be a corruption of "Beaudesert," though some have derived it from "Bossard," the name of an ancient family, one of whom was knight of the shire in the reign of Edward III. It has further been conjectured that Leighton is the place called in the "Saxon Chronicle" "Lygoean Burgh," and which in 571 was captured by Cuthwulf, brother of the King of Wessex. The town stands near the north-western border of the county, and on the eastern bank of the Ousel, a tributary of the Ouse, which here separates the county from Bucks; it consists of one wide and several smaller streets, branching off at the Market place, and is well paved, lighted with gas by a company from works near the railway, and supplied with water from works in the Stanbridge road, the property of the Urban District Council, the water being obtained from a well, whence it is pumped into a tank capable of holding 80,500 gallons, placed in a tower 120 feet high, and thence conveyed to the town. The town is drained partly on the Shone system, and by gravitation.

The town was formerly governed by a Local Board, created by Local Government Board Order No. 27,128, which came into operation July 8th, 1894, but under the provisions of the Local Government Act, 1894 (56 and 57 Vict. cap. 73), an Urban District Council has been formed consisting of 12 members.

The church of All Saints, formerly collegiate, is a spacious cruciform embattled structure, principally of the Early English period, and consisting of chancel, with an ancient vestry of the north, nave, aisles, transepts, north, south, west porches, and a central tower with pinnacles and octagonal spire containing 10 bells, cast by Mears and Stainbank (A.D.1787): the windows, twelve of which are stained, are nearly all Perpendicular, and some have very good tracery: the chancel retains its stalls, and there is some good screen work and an eagle lectern of wood, with traces of colour, and a chain for a padlock attached: The western door is ornamented with wrought ironwork, the work of John de Leighton: the font, an early example, has a circular bulging basin, on a short round columnar base, surrounded by four shafts, the capitals of which are level with the rim of the basin: there are monuments to William Jackman, gent. 1592; Francis Willis, gent. 1646, and his wife Margaret (Saunders), and Catherine, wife of Richard Whitlock, gent. 1649: in 1906 a choir vestry was built and the reredos (begun in 1900) completed by Mrs. Swire of Leighton House, under the direction of Mr. G.F. Bodley R.A. The register dates from the year 1562, and includes the earlier registers of Billington, Eggington, Heath and Reach, and some part of Stanbridge. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value 390, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of St. Albans, and held since 1933 by the Rev. Sidney Ernest Swann M.A. of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

The Church of St. Andrew, erected in 1866-7 as a chapel of ease, at a cost of 3,800, and consecrated July11, 1867, is a building in the Early Decorated style, with some French details, and consists of chancel, nave, aisles, vestry, organ chamber and a tower 110 feet high, with an octagonal belfry, surmounted by eight perforated gables, terminating in trefoil heads: the church will seat 600 person.

There is a Roman Catholic church in Beaudesert, opened in 1895 and dedicated to the Sacred Heart.

There is a Baptist chapel, in Hockliffe street, with 700 sittings, and another in Lake street with 450 sittings. The Methodist chapel in North street, has 500 sittings and that in Hockliffe street has 1,100 sittings.

There is a cemetery of 8 acres in Miletree road; it is under the control of the Urban District Council.

The Town Hall, or Market Hall and Fire Brigade Station, which stands near the centre of the Market place, and was rebuilt in 1851, is a plain structure, adorned at its western entrance and on the exterior of the south wall with ancient statues removed from the Market Cross on its restoration, and is surmounted with a small tower containing a striking clock with three dials.

The Corn Exchange, in Lake street, erected in 1862 at a cost, including site, of about 7,500, is a building of stone in a modern Italian style, from designs by Messrs. Bellamy & Hardy, of Lincoln: in the centre is an open tower, projecting over the pavement, the lower storey of which is arched, and upper one has carved caryatides, supporting a deep frieze and a bold modillion cornice, over which a beautifully proportioned octangular turret rises to a height of about 85 feet: the assembly room, entered from a spacious landing, is capable of seating 300 persons, and attached are retiring rooms; the Exchange Hall will seat nearly 800 persons; the county court is held here bi-monthly, and a police court once a fortnight on Wednesdays.

A Memorial was erected in 1920 in Church square to the men of the town who fell in the Great War, 1914-18.

A market is held on Tuesday for the sale of corn, cattle, provisions and other merchandise, and there is also a general market for meat, fish and vegetables on Saturdays. The fairs for horses and cattle are generally large, and are held on the Tuesday following February 5, the second Tuesday in April, Whit Tuesday, and the Tuesdays following July 26, October 24, and December 10. The wool fair is held on the first Friday in July, and is one of the largest in the county. The statute (pleasure) fair is held on the first Tuesday after the 11th of October.

In the Market place is a cross, 38 feet high, in the Perpendicular style, with flat groined arches below, erected in 1330 and restored in 1852: near the top are five niches, containing statues of the Virgin and Child; a bearded figure, supposed to be Edward III.; a bishop; St. John the Baptist, with the Agnus Dei and a book; and the figure of Christ as risen from the tomb: the whole terminates in a crocketed spire.

A very large business is done here in silica, silver and building sand. A 2 foot guage light railway was laid down in 1919, at a cost of 18,000, to convey the sand direct from the pits in the adjacent villages to the L.M. and S. Railway siding over the company's own rails.

The Provident Dispensary, in North street, convened monthly (1st Monday), was established in 1875 by the Rev. Peter Overy M.A. a former vicar of Wing, and is managed by a committee.

There is a charity, founded in 1630 by Edward Wilkes, and further endowed in 1692 by Matthew Wilkes; the income, amounting to about 260 yearly, derived from land, is expended in placing out as apprentices two boys every other year, and maintaining almshouses for ten poor widows, each of whom receive 6s weekly, besides fuel and clothing; this charity is managed by a body of eight trustees; there are several other charities, the funds of which are distributed in bread and coal to the poor several times in the year.

At Grove, or Grovebury, in the parish of Leighton, there was anciently a priory of nuns, founded about 1169 by Henry II. and colonized from Fontevrault, in Normandy; being confiscated during the wars with France, it was eventually granted to the dean and canons of Windsor; there was also, temp. Henry II. a house of Cistercian monks, subordinate to Woburn Abbey.

Knolls is the residence of Sir Herbert Brent Grotrian bart. B.C.L., K.C., J.P.

The manor belongs to Ernest James Thornley esq. The principal landowners are the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.

The area of the ecclesiastical land and civil parish and of the Urban district is 2,487 acres of land and inland water; the population in 1931 was 7,106.

By the South Bedfordshire Order, 1933, the parish and Urban district was extended to include part of the parish of Heath and Reach.

OFFICIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, LOCAL INSTITUTIONS &c.

Post, M.O. & T.O. & T.E.D. Office, Church square
Town Sub-Post, M.O. & Tel. Call Offices.
North street & Hockliffe street

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL

Meeting day, last Thursday in each month at 8 p.m.

Members

Chairman, William Sinclair Currie
Vice-Chairman, Harry Morgan Firth.

Retire in April 1936
William John Baker
Harry Morgan Firth
Ernest Rowe
Albert Henry Smith

Retire in April 1937
William David Cook
Harry P. Dawson
Ernest E. Digby
Herbert Turney

Retire in April 1938
William Sinclair Currie
Walter Samuel Higgs
William Labrum
Richard Miles

Officers.

Clerk, Reginald Frank Austin Tutt, Council offices, North street
Treasurers, Barclays Bank Ltd.
Medical Officer of Health, Jonathan Grogono M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond. 23 North street
Water Works Engineer, Henry J. Barnes, Stanbridge rd
Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector & Market Supt. Bertram Harold Robjant, Council offices, North street
Collector, Ernest Alfred Watling, 13 Lake street

COUNTY MAGISTRATES FOR LEIGHTON BUZZARD
PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION

(for addresses of Magistrates see complete list at front of the book)

Baldry Henry Osborne
Bassett Mrs. A.L.
Chapman George
Clough Hy. Wm.
Gray Ernest
Grotrian Sir Herbert Brent bart. B.C.L., K.C.
Pease Miss Maude M.
Pillar Samuel Hudson
Square Wm. Holberton
Stedall Maj. Leigh Pemberton D.S.O.
Wallace William Edmund
Wallis Owen Clark

The Chairman of the Leighton Buzzard Urban District Council is an ex officio magistrate

Clerk to the Magistrates, Robert Hobourn, Woburn

Petty sessions are held at the Assembly Room, Corn Exchange, every alternate Wednesday at 10.30 a.m.

The division comprises the following places:- Billington, Eaton Bray, Eggington, Heath & Reach, Leighton Buzzard & Stanbridge

PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS

Bletchley & Leighton Buzzard County Court. His Honour N.N. Drucquer, judge; Frederick William Bull, registrar & high bailiff. A court is held at Bletchley Council offices, once a month on monday at 10 a.m. & at the Corn Exchange, Leighton Buzzard, each month on thursday at 10 a.m. The following places are within its jurisdiction: Aspley Guise, Aspley Heath, Battlesden, Billington, Bletchley, Bow Brickhill, Bradwell, Bradwell Abbey, Broughton, Castle Thorpe, Cheddington, Chicheley, Drayton Parslow, Eaton Bray, Edlesborough, Eggington, Fenny Stratford, Gayhurst, Great Brickhill, Great Linford, Great Woolstone, Grove, Haversham, Heath & Reach, Hockliffe, Holcut, Husborne-Crawley, Ivinghoe, Lathbury, Leighton Buzzard, Linslade, Little Brickhill, Little Linford, Little Woolstone, Loughton, Mentmore, Middleton or Milton Keynes, Milton Bryant, Moulsoe, Mursley, New Bradwell, Newport Pagnell, Newton Longville, North Crawley, Potsgrove, Salford, Shenley Brook End, Shenley Church End, Sherington, Simpson, Slapton, Soulbury, Stanbridge, Stantonbury, Stewkley, Stoke Hammond, Stony Stratford, Tattenhoe, Tyringham-with-Filgrave, Walton, Water Eaton, Wavendon, Whaddon, Willen, Wing, Woburn, Woburn Sands, Wolverton & Woughton-on-the-Green

For Bankruptcy purposes this court is included in that of Northampton; T. Bengough, The Parade, Northampton, official receive

Certified Bailiff appointed under the Law of Distress Amendment Act, Arthur W. Merry, High Street

Cemetery, Miletree road, Reginald Frank Austin Tutt, Council offices, North street, clerk to the Council acting as the Burial board; William Freeman, caretkr

Corn Exchange, Lake street, Henry Hawley, hall keeper

County Police Station, 21 Hockliffe road

Fire Station, Market hall

Market Hall, Market square, William Edwin Goddard, toll collector & hall keeper

Ministry of Labour (R. Roe, branch manager), Employment exchange, King street

Provident Dispensary, North street, Claude Marriott Lovell Cowper M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond., & C.J. Sharp, medical officers; William G.W. Willis, esq. hon. sec.; Reginald Roe, collector

LUTON AREA GUARDIANS COMMITTEE

(Comprising the former Union area of Luton and the Bedfordshire parishes in the former Union area of Leighton Buzzard)
(for particulars see under Luton)

LEIGHTON BUZZARD REGISTRATION DISTRICT

Superintendent Registrar, Maurice Curtice Clifford, Council Offices, Linslade; deputy, S. Morris, Council Offices, Linslade

Registrars of Birth & Deaths, Leighton Buzzard district, F.A. Clement, Council offices, Linslade; deputy, E.A.Watling, 13 Lake street; Leighton Buzzard & Wing sub-district, F.A. Clement, Council offices, Linslade; deputy E.A. Watling, 13, Lake street

Registrar of marriages, Albert G. Ruthven, Linslade; deputy, Henry C. Furlong, High st. Leighton Buzzard

PUBLIC OFFICERS

Certifying Factory Surgeon, William Holberton Square L.R.C.P. & S.Edin. 13, Bridge street
Clerk to the Commissioners of Taxes of the Cottesloe Division & Clerk to the Magistrates for the Linslade Division of the Three Hundreds of Cottesloe, Lancelot Newton, 30 High street
Collector of Taxes, Ernest Alfred Watling, 13 Lake st
Collector of Market Tolls, Wm. E. Goddard Market hall
Customs & Excise Officer, E.O. Hyde, 33 Hockliffe st
Rating Officer Ernest Alfred Watling, 13 Lake street

PLACES OF WORSHIP

All Saints' Church, Rev. Sidney E. Swann M.A. vicar, & surrogate
St. Andrew's Church, Church street, serve by the clergy of the parish church
Sacred Heart (Roman Catholic), Beaudesert, Rev. C.J.W. Henslow, M.A.
Friends' Meeting House, North street
Baptist, Hockliffe street, Rev. W.G. Legarsick B.A.
Methodist, Hockliffe street, Rev. R.F. Wearmouth M.A., B.Sc. hon. C.F. (supt) & Rev W.E. Lee
Baptist, Lake street, Rev. R.T. Anderson
Methodist, North street, Rev. H. Preston
Methodist Mission Hall, Vandyke road
Christian Science Society, Victoria house, 12 Hockliffe street
Salvation Army Head Quarters (various), Lammas close

EDUCATIONAL

Cedars School (Beds County Secondary), Church square, Fred Fairbrother M.Sc. head master

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Railway Station. - (L.M. & S.Railway)

CONVEYANCE

Omnibuses from Market square every half hour to all parts of Area 10

CARRIERS

with the places they go to, inns they call at & days of departure

Agent to London, Midland & Scottish Railway, Henry John King, 27 Market square
Agent to Sutton & Co. Ltd. Jas. Willson, 39 High street
Brickhill (Great) - Bates, 'Roebuck,' tues. & fri
Dagnall - Mead 'Red Lion,' tues. & fri
Dunstable - Ellingham, 'Roebuck,' wed
Eaton Bray - Mead, 'Red Lion,' tues & fri; Tearle, Market sq. tues
Edlesborough - Mead 'Red Lion,' tues & fri
Hockliffe - Ellingham, 'Roebuck,' wed
Hollandon - Randall, 'Black Horse,' tues
Luton - Ellingham, 'Roebuck,' wed
Stewkley - Chappell 'Red Lion,' tues & fri; Heley, North street, tues & fri

PRIVATE RESIDENTS

(For T N's see general list of Private Residents at end of Book.)

Abbott Mrs. The Mount, Heath rd
Arnold Albert, Sandy mount, Plantation road
Aveline Charles Henry, Fairfield, Grove road
Bailey Edward Thomas, Waverley, Plantation road
Barnett Idwal Fredk. 4 Hartwell cres.
Barnett John Glynne, Norwood, South street
Bassett Miss, Stonhill, Billington rd
Bendy Fredk. Wm. Wargrave, Grove road
Blewitt Miss, Heath Manor house, Heath road
Boddington William F. 12 Church sq
Bolton Alfd. Octavious, 4 Church sq
Brantom Sidney, The Plantations
Brantom Thomas Reginald, Shirwood, Hockliffe street
Briggs Mrs. Brenthurst, Grove road
Broadley Mrs. Huntingdon villa, South street
Brooke Misses, 9 Hartwell cres
Brown Mrs. A.G. 2 Hartwell cres
Brown Ernest William, Victoria ho. Lake street
Brown Henry George, King's farm, Stanbridge road
Brown Harry George, jun. 28 Stanbridge road
Brown Miss Ethel Mary, 20 Albany rd
Buckingham Miss, 22 Lake street
Bush William, 15 Albany road
Carlow Thomas James, 34 Hartwell Grove crescent
Carpenter Miss, 7 Beaudesert
Chamberlain Archibald, Southwold, South street
Chamberlain Arthur Charles, 32 Albany road
Chamberlain Arthur Norman, Estcourt, South street
Chapman George J.P. 28 Hockliffe st
Charles Francis, Heathwood, Heath rd
Chew Mrs. 6 North street
Clare Arthur, 17 Grove road
Clough Henry William F.A.I., J.P. Greenhurst, Grove road
Clues Joseph, Cedens, Plantation rd
Cooke Stanley Garner, 39 Grove road
Cook Mrs. 32 Hockliffe street
Cook William David, 56 Church street
Cowper Claude Marriott Lovell, 14, Lake street
Croxford Frank, 26 Hartwell cres
Croxford Leonard, Grovehurst, Grovebury road
Currie William Sinclair, 34 Hockliffe st
Davidson Mrs. Paul, Woodlands, Plantation road
Davies Albert, 16 Albany road
Dawson Samuel Henry, Stonycroft, Hockliffe road
Delafield Hugh Frank, White house, Hockliffe street
Digby Ernest Edward, Toynton, Hartwell crescent
Dollimore Robert John, Holly bank, Heath road
Dollimore William Frederick, 41 Ashworth street
Evans Edward, The Laurels, Grovebury road
Evans William, 16 Hartwell crescent
Farmbrough Mrs. 31 Albany road
Faulkner William James, 30 Albany road
Fergusson John, Shenley house, Heath road
Folks William, 9 Beaudesert
Folmer John Henry, 24 Albany road
Foster Alan Sidney, 3 Albany road
Freeman Mrs. Grace, 6 Hartwell cres
Furlong Henry Albert, 3 Church ave
Gibberd Harry Preston, 25 High st
Gibbs George William, Steppingstone, South street
Gooch, Frederick Vivian, Homeleigh, Heath Park road
Gosling Francis, Rushmere
Gosling Mrs. Five Oaks, Heath road
Green George Faulkner, 11 Albany road
Green John Henry, Eversholt house, Grove place
Green Mrs. 16 Grove road
Griffin Ronald James, Athelstan, Hartwell crescent
Grogono Jonathan, 23 North street
Grotrian Sir Herbert Brent bart. B.C.L., K.C., M.A., J.P. The Knolls
Groundsell Ernest John, 5 Albany rd
Groves Mrs. North court, Heath road
Harris Johnstone, Doiran, Plantation road
Haybittle John, The Retreat, Heath Park road
Hedges Mrs. S.W.D. 16 Lake street
Heley Herbt. The Glen, Plantation rd
Hett Regnld. Wayside, Heath Park rd
Hicks William John, 50 Dudley street
Hines Alfred John, Mount Pleasant, Heath road
Hoar Edgar Walter, Norfolk house, Grove road
Hopkins Mrs. 30 Lake street
Hopwood Miss, Holly lodge, North st
Hunt Harry Frederick, Silver Birch, Plantation road
Inns Lawrence, 26 Hockliffe street
Isaacs Ernest George, 51 Grove road
Jackson Miss, The Rockeries, Heath road
Jennings Frank, The Firs, Plantation road
Jones Frank, 7 Church avenue
Jones Herbert Walter, Bembridge, Grovebury road
King Henry John, 18 Lake street
Kitely Frank Leslie, Crosslands, Hockliffe road
Labrum Gustavus Gadsden, The Chase, Heath road
Lailey-Rowlands William A. The Heath, Plantation road
Lancaster Arthur Richard, Hillcrest, Hartwell Grove crescent
Leach George, 28 Hartwell crescent
Leadbeater Thomas, 18 Albany road
Lee Rev. William Edward (Methodist), 22 Hockliffe street
Lenton Joseph Henry, 48 Hockliffe st
Lewis Mrs. 23 Grove road
Lucking Alfred, Gensing villa, Hockliffe road
Mallett Mrs. Grove House, Grove pl
Mallett Ronald Aubrey, Silver Birch, Grove place
Marsden Hubert Harold, Rossall cottage, Heath road
Meyer Frederick Albert, 8 Church sq
Miles Richard, Rothesay, Grove road
Milner Rev. George Ernest John M.A. 30 Hockliffe street
Moore James, Leighton villa, Grove rd
Morris Miss, Holly lodge, North st
Neal Thomas Fossey, 26 Heath road
Palmer Harold, Hollybank, Stanbridge road
Parrott Frederick Scott, Hilbury, Hartwell crescent
Pawsey Thomas Edwin, 25 Grove rd
Pease Miss J.P. St. Michael's cottage, Heath road
Phillips John, 29 Lake street
Pillar Samuel H. J.P. Craddocks, Heath road
Powell Chas. Biddlestones, Heath rd
Pratt Richard, 30 Hartwell crescent
Pratt Walter, 36 Hockliffe street
Preston Rev. Henry (Methodist), The Manse, North street
Price Hugh Bunker, Morningside, Heath road
Puddephat George Alfred, Reach ho. Heath road
Ray Edward Tucker, Denecroft, Heath road
Redfern Thomas Howard, West dene, Plantation road
Rennie, Douglas Yorke, Cotefield, Heath road
Richmond Aubrey Frank, Kerri, Hartwell crescent
Ridgeway Mrs. 9 Grove road
Roberts Henry, Roseneath, South st
Robinson Arthur Wm. The Hollies, Heath road
Roe Ernest, 77 Hockliffe street
Ruggles Harry George, Gas Works house, Grovebury road
Rush David, 10 Grove road
Sanderson Elliott Albert, Heath Park lodge
Sheerman Mrs. 42 Dudley street
Smith Thomas, 16 Beaudesert
Smith-Baker James, 27 Grove road
Spencer Alfred Ernest, 22 Grove road
Spencer-Smith Philip, Rushmere manor, Heath road
Square William Holberton J.P. 13 Bridge street
Staniforth Harry, 29 Grove road
Steels Harry, Firbank, Ashwell street
Stott Ethelbert, Heath lodge, Heath rd
Stuart James, M.A. Carlton lodge, Heath road
Swann Rev. Sidney Ernest M.A. (vicar), Vicarage, Church square
Thornley Ernest James, Church Bank, Church square
Till John Thomas, Negunda villa, Hartwell crescent
Tooley Hrbt. Cyril, Heathcote, Heath rd
Turner Alfred, The Laurels, Heath rd
Tutt Reginald Frank Austin, 9 Albany road
Viccars Walter, 11 Dudley street
Vick Leslie Francis, M.C. Bank ho. Market square
Wagstaffe Miss, Grove place
Wallis Capt. Owen Clark J.P. Oxendon, Plantation road
Watling Ernest Alfred, Southlands, South street
Watson, William Scott, Oakbank, Heath road
Wearmouth Rev. Robert Featherstone M.A. B.Sc., P.Hc., hon.C.F. (Methodist supt.), 24 Hockliffe st
Webb Percy, The Paddock, Church avenue
White Edward, 14 Bridge street
White Walter George, Silverdale, Hockliffe road
Willis Wm. Gravely W. 25 North st
Woodman Mrs. 38 Albany road
Yirrell Mrs. 31 Albany road
Yirrell Mrs. 67 Lake street
Yorke Henry Frederick, The Lawns, Heath road

COMMERCIAL

Early closing day, Thursday
Marked thus * farm 150 acres or over.

Abraham William, farmer, Broom Hills farm, Heath rd
Albion Temperance Hotel (Mrs, Mary Ellen Burroughs, proprietress), 3 High st. T N66
Allen Thomas, shopkeeper, 23 Hockliffe street
Anderson Arth. Jsph. photographer, 7 High st. T N14
Anderson Percy Jas. Eagle inn, 57 Billington rd
Andrews Edmnd. Hastings, statnr. 81 Hockliffe st
Andrews Percvl. Howard, coach painter 71a Hockliffe st
Arnold Joseph & Sons, silver, silica & building sand pits proprietors & peat & loam merchants; contractors to His Majesty's Government, Billington road ( T N67); chief office, 124 Tottenham Court road, London W 1
Attwood George F. Currier's Arms P.H. 31 Market sq
Aveline & Phillips, house furnshrs. 17 & 19 Lake st. T N2
Bacon Archibald James, photographer, 25 Hockliffe st
Bailey Wm. butcher 19 Market sq. T N87
Baker Bros. butchers, 61 North st. T N173
Baker Harry & Co. drapers, 18 High st
Ball Ernest T. Bell inn, 10 Market sq. T N148
Bambrook John, coal dealer, 78 Church street
Banwell Florence (Mrs.), children's outfitter, 59 Hockliffe st
Barclays Bank Ltd. (branch) (Leslie Francis Vick M.C., mngr.), Market square (T N53); head office, 54 Lombard street, London E C 3
Bardell Bros. fishmngrs. 32 High st. T N72
Barnes Henry John, water works engnr. Stanbridge rd
Barrie Alex. Middleton, confctnr. 65a Church st
Bayliss W. M. Sons & Co. incorporated accntnts. Ravenstone chambers, High st. T N34
Bayliss Wm Mark F.S.A.A. incorporated acctnt. (firm, W. M. Bayliss Sons & Co.), Ravenstone chambers, High st
Beavon & Collett, adamant plaster mfrs. Grovebury. T N263
Beck Frederick, draper, 42 & 44 Church street
Bedfordshire County Library (Leighton Buzzard branch) (Miss C. Rootham, librarian), Council offices, North st
Beds & Bucks Permanent Benefit Building Society (J. H. Folmer sec.), Corn Exchange, Lake st
Beds & Herts Regiment (T.A.) (5th Batt.) (Capt. H.C. Miller, commanding officer), Drill hall, West st
Beds & Herts Regiment (T.A.) (5th Batt) Social Club (ex-R.S.M. Thos. Turner, hon. sec.), Drill hall, West st
Bendy Frederick William, printer, 17a Bridge street
Biggs Arth. Christphr. motor haulage contrctr. 1 Grovebury rd. T N216
Birch Wm. brush mfr. 71b, Hockliffe st
Bishop & Co. saddlers & harness makers, 13 & 15 Lake street. T N21
Bland Ezra, motor engnr. 5 Hartwell gro
Bland Horace, motor engnr. Billington rd. T N190
Bloxham Fredk. Wm. saddler, 9 High st. T N163
Bolton Alfd. Octavius M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond. physcn. & surgn. (firm, Square & Bolton), 4 Church sq. T N161
Boots The Chemists, 55 High st. T N103
Boutwood Aubrey, solctr. (firm, Thornley & Boutwood), 13 High st.
Boy Scouts, 1st Leighton Buzzard Troop (25th Beds) (Leonard Faulkner, scoutmaster), Grovebury rd
Brantom Thomas & Co. Ltd. coal mers. 3 & 5 North st. & corn mers. 36 High st. T N4
Brantom Horace, builder & contractor; repairs; estimates free, Heath road. T N244
British & Argentine Meat Co. Ltd. butchers, 23 Market sq. T N195
British Legion (Leighton Buzzard) Ltd. (Richard Miles, sec.), Market square
Brooks Horace Edwin, jeweller, Leighton ho. High st. T N317
Brown Alfd. & Son, fried fish dlrs. 25 Lake st
Brown George & Son, agricultural, mechanical & motor engineers & agents & iron & brass founders, Victoria iron works, Lake street, T A "Victoria Works;" T N63
Brown Hy. Geo. & Son, sand mers. King's farm, Stanbridge rd. T N109
Brown B. A. timber merchant, Canal wharf. T N156
Brownsworth Geo. journalist, 26 Albany rd
Bruton Jas. boot repr. 28 Heath rd
Buckmaster's Garage, motor & electrical engineers; garage; cars for hire; any make of car supplied, 16 North street. T N43
Bull Chas. Hy. Red Lion P.H. 1 North st
Burch Geo. Jas. coal mer. 21 Billington rd
Burr Fred, shopkpr. 17 Friday st
Burr Thos. Fred, hairdrssr. 76 North st
Butlin Ernest Jn. Nag's Head P.H. 1 Mill rd
Button Harry, draper, 80 North st
Capel Francis Charles, provision dealer, 70 North street
Capindale & Gladwin, cabnt.. mkrs. 35 Lake st
Carpenter Abel Ernest, fried fish dealer, 45 Church st
Cash & Co. boot & shoe mkrs. 57 High st
Cedars School (The) (Beds County Secondary) (Fred Fairbrother M.Sc. head master), Church sq
Cemetery (Reginald Frank Austin Tutt, clerk to the council; Wm. Freeman, caretaker), Miletree rd
Chamberlain Bros. tailors, 29 High st T N200
Chandler Thos. cycle repr. 10 & 70a Church st
Chandler Wm. Walt. dairyman, 23 Church st
Christian Science Society, Victoria hall, 12 Hockliffe st
Clark Percy, Peacock inn, 1 Lake st
Clarke Geo. florist, Carnation vil. Heath rd. & South st
Clarke John Jas. painter & decorator, 7 Church square
Collett Walter Ebenezer & Son, plumbers, sanitary, heating & electrical engineers, 51 & 53 Hockliffe street. T N65
Collett Chas. Ernest, adamant plaster mfr. see Beavon & Collett
Combley Geo. tailor, 13 North st
Cook Chas. Jas. & Son, grocers, 38 & 40 Church st. T N270
Cook David & Sons, bldrs. 1 High st. T N30
Cook Edith & Gertrude (Misses), drapers, 59 High st
Cook N. & L. (Misses), confectioners, 3a High st
Cook Sarah Ethel (Mrs.), shopkpr. 59 Lake st
Cooley Emily (Mrs.), medical botanist, 38 High st
Cooper & Co. ironmngrs. 14 Market sq. T N137
Corfield Wm. Hy. baker, 85 Hockliffe st
Corn Exchange (Hy. Hawley, hall keeper), Lake st
Cornish H. & Co. agricltrl. engnrs. Grovebury rd
Cornish Percy, boot repr. 50 Hockliffe st
Cornish Regnld. newsagt. 15 North st
County Court (His Honor M.N. Drucquer, judge; F.W. Bull, registrar & high bailiff), Corn Exchange, Lake st
County Police Station (Wm. Albt. Hudson supt.), 21 Hockliffe rd T N70
Cowper, Grogono & Sharp, physcns. & surgns. 14 Lake st. & 23 North st
Cowper Claude Marriott Lovell M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond. (firm, Cowper, Grogono & Sharp) physcn. & surgn. & medical officer of health for Linslade Urban District Council & medical officer & public vaccinator No. 10 area, Aylesbury area Guardians Committee, 14 Lake st. T N188
Cox Wm. Hy. cooper, Lake st
Crook Oliver Pearson, licensed horse slaughterer, dealer in live & dead horses, cows &c. Leedon, Hockliffe rd. T N210
Cross Keys Hotel (Fred C. Crockerill, propr.), 35 Market sq
Croxford Leonard, outfitter, 40, 42 & 44, North st. T N278
Croxford Violet (Mrs.), draper, 8 Hockliffe st
Cumberland & Hopkins (H.W. Clough), auctioneers & insurance agents, 40 High street. T N7
Customs & Excise Office ( E.O. Hyde, officer), Hockliffe st
Dancer Ada (Mrs.), dairy 56 Hockliffe st
Dawson Albert E. (exors. of), builders, 18 Heath road & 3 Ashwell street. T N36
Day Francis T. Black Lion P.H. 20 High street
Deeley Fredk. Jas. dairyman, 7 Albany rd
Deeley Stanley, furniture dlr. 18 Bridge st
Deeley Wm. Geo. 11 Church st
Denby Eliz. (Mrs.), confctnr. 44 High st
Dew Albt, insur. agt. 2 Albany rd
Dixon G, & Son, chimney sweepers, 8 Friday st
Dollimore George & Sons, grocers, provision merchants & corn stores, 13 Market square & millers & corn merchants, 9 Plantation road. T N106
Donald Aubrey, confctnr. 9 Market sq
Down Wm. Jas. Black Horse inn, 21 North st
Downham Duncan, butcher, 14 North st. T N240
Draper Millicent (Miss), teacher of art, 35 Hockliffe st
Driene (Miss Purrett, proprietress), gowns, 14 & 16 Bridge st
Dudley Street Nurseries, Dudley street. T N169
Durham E.M. (Mrs.), confctnr. 1 Bridge st
Durrell's Drug Stores, 3 High street. T N57
Dumpleton Margt. (Miss), milliner, 11 Hockliffe st
Dunmall Catherine (Mrs.), Golden Bell P.H. 5 Church sq
Ellard Wltr. confctnr. 18 Hockliffe st
Ellingham Spencer, Bridge hotel, 1 Bridge st
Evans Geo. Hy. milliner, 23 Regent st
Evans Winifred (Miss), ladies hairdrssr. 17a Market sq
Evered Jn. fruitr. 29 Market sq
Exchange Theatre (Shipman & King, lessees), Corn Exchange, Lake st
Facer Wm. Thos. butcher, 49 Hockliffe st
Farmbrough & Son, wine & spirit mers. Corn Exchange, Lake st. T N31
Farmer & Co. cycle agts. 12 North st
Field Agnes Mary (Mrs.), shopkpr, 1 Billington rd
Fire Brigade (Leighton Buzzard) (W.J. Pratt, capt.), Fire Station, Market hall, Market sq
Fisher Herbt. marine store dlr. 33 Lake st
Fleet Albt. R. newsgt. 90a North st
Fletcher & Dimmock, oils & colours, 34 High st. T N265
Foster Brothers Clothing Co. Ltd., clothiers, 45 High st
Franklin Chas. coal & coke mer. 31 High st
Freeman, Hardy & Willis Ltd. boot makers, 51 High st
Freeman Wm. caretaker of the cemetery, Miletree rd
Frost Jn. & Son, boot reprs. 2 Hockliffe rd
Frost William, decorator, 114 Vandyke road
Furlong Hy. Albt. plumber, see Purser & Furlong
Garside Geo. sand mers. T A "Garside, Leighton Buzzard;" T N9
Garwood Albt. Geo. confctnr, 11 North st
Geeves Horace, fruitr. 19a Bridge st
Gibbard Harry Preston, mngr. Westminster Bank Ltd. 27 High st
Gibbs E.T. Nurseryman, 18a High st. T N39
Gilbert Jas & Son, engnrs. St. Andrew's st. T N76
Gilbert Wm. Fredk. & Son, carriage trimmers, 96 Bassett rd
Gilbert Jn. Fredk. millwright, St. Andrew's st
Giltrow Arth. R.S.S. blacksmith, 10 Hockliffe st
Gladwin Helen (Mrs.), fruitr, 19a & 21 Hockliffe st
Gladwin Jn. Wm. cabnt. mkr. see Capindale & Gladwin
Gleed Fras. boot repr. 31 Lake st
Godbehear Arth. shopkpr. 12 Vandyke rd
Goddard Wm. Edwin, market hall keep & toll collector, Market hall, Market sq
Goodliffe Chas. Edward, house furnisher, 56, 60 & 62 North st. T N126
Gordon Jn. W. clothier 68 North st
Gossard Ltd. corset mfrs. Grovebury rd. T N83
Grace Fredk. Rd. butcher, 26 High st. T N41
Grange Edwd. baker, 40 Lake st T N54
Griffin Bros. wireless dlrs. 11 High st. & 63 North st. T N118
Griffin Frank, wireless dlr. 62 Hockliffe st. T N233
Grogono Jnthn. M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond. (Cowper, Grogono & Sharp), physcn. & surgn. & medical officer of health to Leighton Buzzard Urban District Council, 23 North st. T N81
Gunn Jabez, tobccnst. 54 Hockliffe st
Gutter Arth. furniture dlr. 4 Hockliffe st
Harding Frederick Thomas, tailor, 15 Hockliffe street
Harris Gregory & Son, silica, silver & building sand proprietors; sand, gravel & peat merchants, 63 North street.
T N122
Harris & Co. leathr. mers. 20 North st
Harris Frank, beer retailer, 173 Heath road
Hart Frederick, greengrocer, 82 North street
Hartridge George S. Falcon inn, 10 Stanbridge road
Haskins William John, hair dresser, 46 High street
Hawkes Chas. Fredk. taxi propr. 3 Bridge st. T N24
Haynes Ernest Jesse, grocer, 105 Church st
Heady Clifford Hy. skin & hide dlr. 42 Vandyke rd. T N246
Heady Lilian (Mrs.), confctnr. 73 Hockliffe st
Heley T. & Son, farmers, Grovebury farm
Heley Fred, hairdrssr. 26 High st
Herington Horace Edwd. chemist, 16 Market sq. T N35
Higgins Chas. butcher, 6 Church st
Higgs Walt. Saml. wine & spirit mer. 23 Bridge st. T N113
Hobbs Fredk. & Sons, carters & farmers, 55 Billington rd
Holliday Hy. Chas. cycle dlr. 17 North st
Holmes Hy. & Son, bakers, 21 High st. (T N248) & 39 Lake st
Holton Eliz. (Mrs.), shopkpr. 21 Mill rd
Home & Colonial Stores Ltd. grocers, 49 High st. T N254
Hopkins Jas. Jsph. ironmonger, 4 Lake st. T N150
Harrell Edwin, seedsman, 10 North st
Impey Edgar, fruitr. 15 Market sq
Inland Revenue Office ( J.R. Jinks, inspector), Hockliffe st
Inns Florence (Mrs.), ladies' outfitter, 11 Bridge st. T N267
Inns Lawrence, dance bands, theatre tickets, pianos, gramophone records, wireless; agent "His Master's Voice," 22 High street. T N95
International Tea Co.'s Stores Ltd. grocers, 8 Market sq. T N71
Jackman Jn. shopkpr. 41 Friday st
Jackson Hy. & Co. printers, 5 High st. T N37
James Charles, local taxation officer, 51 Dudley street
Jarrett Albt. Edwd. Dolphin P.H. 87 Hockliffe st
Jeffery Annie Margt. (Miss), florist, 5 Pulford rd
Johnson Bros. (Dyers) Ltd. dyers & cleaners, 12 High st
Jordan Wltr. fruitr. 18 Market sq. T N304
Kearley Helene & Victoria (Misses), dairy, 5 Hockliffe st
Keens, Shay, Keens & Co. accntnts. 35 High st. T N178
Kember Wltr. Sydney, confctnr. 4 & 6 High st
Kemp Jsph. shopkpr. 44 Lake st
Kershaw Maud (Mrs.), gowns, 26 Market sq
Kestell Edgar Ernest & Sydney Edwd. dairymen, Church farm, Pulford rd
King Henry John, hair dresser, & parcels agrent to the L.M. & S. Railway, 27 Market sq. T N156
King Jsph. tailor, Avondale, Regent st
Kiteley Chas. market gardener Bridge ho. Hockliffe rd
Kiteley David, market gardener, Chiltern view, Hockliffe rd.
Labrum & Sons, coal merchants, 12 Market sq. T N86
Lambert Johanna Mary (Miss) S.R.N. certified midwife, 41 Hockliffe rd
Lambert Victor, Crown inn, 72 North st
Lambert Wm. Jas. hairdrssr. 11 Market sq
Lamport & Son, confectioners, 23 Market square
Lantaff Jn. hardware dlr. 31 Hockliffe st
Leach Jn. market gardener, South st
Leadbeater Thomas (estab. 1895), printer; estimates given, 57 Hockliffe street
Lee Wm. confctnr. 3 Church st
Leighton Buzzard Bowling Club (H.S. Hubbins, sec.), Grovebury rd
Leighton Buzzard Concrete Co.(1933) Ltd.manufacturers of damp-proof walling, breeze blocks, ferro-concrete gate posts, lintels, cills, granolithic paving flags &c. Tower works, Stanbridge rd. T A "Concrete;" T N60
Leighton Buzzard & District Unionist Club ( D.A. Lord, sec.), 18 High st
Leighton Buzzard Gas Co (Harry George Ruggles, sec & manager), Grovebury road ( T N17) & 2 High street
Leighton Buzzard Golf Club (Jsph. Rd. Labrum, sec.), Plantation rd
Leighton Buzzard Industrial Co-operative Society Ltd. 1 & 3 Hockliffe st & 2 North st. T N105
Leighton Buzzard Light Railway Limited, 20 Bridge street. T N42
Leighton Buzzard & Linslade Chamber of Trade (Walton, Ray & Co. solctrs.; G. Brownsworth, sec.), 20 Bridge st
Leighton Buzzard Market Hall (Wm. Edwin Goddard, toll collector & hall keeper), Market sq
Leighton Buzzard Motors Ltd. motor engnrs. High st. T N100
Leighton Buzzard Nursing Association (Miss H. Graveson, district nurse), 8 Market sq
Leighton Buzzard Oberver (Henry Jackson & Co. publishers; published Tuesday), 5 High street
Leighton Buzzard Sand Co. Ltd. sand mers. Grovebury
Leighton Buzzard Sports Association Ltd. ( A.V. Woodman, sec.), 20 Bridge st
Leighton Buzzard Tennis Club (D. Gordon, hon. sec.), Bell close, Lake st
Leighton Buzzard Tiles Ltd. Grovebury rd. T N168
Leighton Buzzard Town Cricket Club (J.E. Arnold, sec.), Bell close, Lake st
Leighton Buzzard Urban District Council Water & Sewerage Works (Hy. Jn. Barnes, engnr.), Stanbridge rd T N5
Leighton Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd. (S.H. Pillar, managing director), South st. T N80
Linney & Son, saddlers, 21 Lake st. T N159
London Central Meat Co. Ltd. butchers, 9 North street
Lucking Jn. tobccnst. 7 Lake st & 19 Bridge st; furniture dlr. 5 Lake st. & antique dlr. 33 High st. T N112
Macarthur James O.B.E., M.R.C.V.S. veterinary surgeon, 1 Market square. T N89
McNally Stephen, boot repr. 12a Bridge st
Major Mary (Mrs.), shopkpr. 3 Mill rd
Mallett Rt. Thos. grocer, 21 Bridge st. T N185
Marley Tile Co. (Leighton Buzzard) Ltd. (The), tile manufacturers, Stanbridge road. T N's 115 & 116
Matthews Kate (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 7 Plantation road
Meadley Emily J. (Miss) girls' & boys' school, The Gables, Hartwell cres
Meeking Frank Cecil, nurseryman, Plantation road
Merry H. H. plumber, 31 Billington rd
Messenger Arth. Sun inn, 42 Lake st
Meyer Frederick Albert L.D.S.Eng. dental surgeon, 8 Church square. T N32
Midland Bank Ltd. (Jn. Bullivant, manager), 48 & 50 High st. (T N172); head office Poultry, London E C 2
Miller F.E. & L.E. (Misses) drapers, 20 Hockliffe st
Mills Eliz. (Mrs.), grocer, Stanbridge rd
Mills H. W. boot repr. March cott. Regent st
Ministry of Labour Branch Employment Office (R. Roe, mngr.), King st. T N164
Morgan E. (Miss), dressma. 25 Hockliffe rd
Morgan Jn. coal mer. 51 Hockliffe rd. T N182
Morgan Jsph. Herbt. dairyman, 4 Church st
Nash Elizabeth (Mrs.), milliner, 36 Church street
Nash Thos. market gardener, Hockliffe rd
Nash Thomas William, brush maker, 36 Church street
Needlework, 5a High st
New (The) Corn Exchange Co. Ltd. (M. G. Gurney, sec.), Lake st
Newton & Calcott, solctrs. 30 High st. T N28
Newton Lancelot (firm, Newton & Calcott), solicitor & commissioner, & clerk to the magistrates for the Linslade & Ivinghoe division & clerk to the Commissioners of taxes, 30 High st
Noakes Florence (Mrs.), fruir. 67 North st
Olney William, grocer, 1 Hockliffe road
Oriel Cinema (W. Johnson, manager), Lake st. T N160
Page Ellen Ruth (Miss), grocer, & sub-postmistress, 82 Hockliffe st
Parrott & Janes Ltd. haulage contractors, 63 North st. Tel. 122
Parrott Wm. marine store dlr. 35 Stanbridge rd. T N190
Pavey Ella (Miss), antique dlr. 63 Hockliffe st
Payne Harry G. & Percy D. grocers, 52 North st. (T N22) & 1 Church st
Payne Albt. confctnr. 24 Market sq
Peacock Maurice Herbt. statnr. & sub-postmaster, 69 North st
Peasegood Annie E (Miss), Stagg inn, 1 Heath road
Pepper G. & Sons, bldrs. 38 Bassett rd
Phillips Jn. house furnisher &c. see Aveline & Phillips
Pike Eileen, (Miss), ladies' hairdrssr. 69 Hockliffe st.
Plume of Feathers Hotel (Chas. E. Husson, propr.), 11 Lake st. T N139
Plummer's Stores, grocers, 41 Lake st
Plummer Fanny (Mrs.), draper, 8 & 10 High st
Pollard F. J. grocer, 23a High st
Pool Hy. market gardener, Hillcrest, Billington rd
Pratt John, market gardener, 61 Plantation road
Pratt Wltr. agricltrl. engnr. 15 High st. T N142
Prothero Walt. Chas. milliner, 24 High st
Provident Dispensary (W. G. W. Willis, hon. sec.; Regnld. Roe, clerk & collector) (for list of medical officers see Official Section), North st
Purchas Dorothy Boden (Mrs.), shopkpr. 57a Lake st
Purrett & Co. musical instrument warehouse, 25 & 27 Bridge street
Purser & Furlong, house decorators, 14 High st. T N33
Pyman Edwd. Jn. watch maker, 43 High st
Ray Edwd. Tucker, solctr. (firm, Walton, Ray & Co.), 20 Bridge st
Reid Fredk. Jn. picture frame mkr, 19 High st
Reynolds Wltr. jeweller, 26 Market sq
Reynolds Wltr. E. watch mkr. 65 North st
Richmond Bros. timber merchants, Ashwell st. T N19
Roberts Cecil Chas. solctr. & commissioner for oaths, 31 High st. T N29
Roberts George William, blacksmith, 4 Bedford street
Roberts Hy. shopkpr. 59 Heath rd
Roberts Mary (Mrs.) & Geo. confctnrs. 9 Lake st
Roberts Walter George, tailor, 7 North street
Robinson James (Leighton Buzzard) Ltd. basket mfrs. 43 Lake st. T N85
Robjant Bertram Harold, surveyor, sanitary inspector & market supt. to the Urban District Council, Council offices, North st
Roe A.S. & Son, outfitters, 17 Market sq
Rollings Horace A. shopkeeper, 60 Vandyke road
Rolls Harold A., L.R.I.B.A. architect, 15 Bridge st T N209
Rootham Wm. Fredk. shopkpr. 96, 98 & 100 North st
Rowe Bros. cycle reprs. 6 Bridge st
Rowe Thos. H. Ram inn, 8 St Andrew's st
Rowe Victor, confctnr. 4a Bridge st
Rowe William, boot maker, Leedon, Hockliffe road
Ruggles Harry George, secretary & manager to the Leighton Buzzard Gas Co. Grovebury road. T N17
Rush & Warwick, statnrs. 25 Market sq. T N205
Russell Barnabas, grocer, 26 Market sq. T N3
Russell Frank Arth. house decrtr. Lynwood, Church st. T N215
Ryland Oliver Bailey Ltd. drapers, 6 Lake st. T N16
St. Christopher Garage (B. J. McMullan, propr.), Motor engnrs. Bridge st. T N287
Samuel Bros. grocers, 6 Market sq. T N124
Samuel Wm. Hy. & Son, china dealers, 13 Hockliffe st
Samuel Henry, pharmaceutical chemist, 3 Market sq. T N75
Sanders Henry H. professor of music, 3 Vandyke road
Sanders Winifred (Miss), shopkpr. 38 Plantation rd
Sanford Florence M. (Miss), costumier, 19 Dudley street
Sawtell Wm. butcher, 20 Market sq
Sayell Alfd. farmer Corbitt's hill
Sear Albt. E. bldr. Hartwell cres
Simmons Emily (Mrs.), shopkpr. Leedon, Hockliffe rd
Simmons William, miller (electric & water); celebrated flour for bread, pastry &c. The Mill, Mill road. T N18
Sims Arth. E. Ewe & Lamb P.H. 17 Bridge st
Sketchley Dye Works (receiving office), 23b High street. T N202
W. H. Smith & Son Ltd. booksllrs. 23 High st. T N61
Smith Albt. who. fruit mer. Grovebury rd
Smith Eric, cycle agt. 9 Bridge st
Smith Herbt. M. florist, 92 North st
Smith J. motor engnr. 26 North st. T N224
Speechly Wm. shopkpr. 44 South st
Speight Tile Co. Ltd. Grovebury rd. T N147
Spiers Fredk. T. auctnr, 8 Market sq
Square & Bolton, physicians & surgeons, 13 Bridge st. & 4 Church sq. T N58
Square Wm. Holberton L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. & L.M.Edin., J.P. (firm, Square & Bolton), physcn. & surgn. certifying factory surgn. & medical officer to the Institution, 13 Bridge st. T N58
Stafford, Rogers & A.W. Merry Ltd. auctioneers, surveyors, valuers, insurance & estate agents, 17 High street. T N40
Stapleton Herbt. L.D.S.Leeds, dental surgn. 34 Hockliffe st. T N198
Stevens Jsph. Geo. insur. agt. 27 South st
Stratford Arth. motor engnr. 29 Hockliffe st
Styles Alfd. Clifford, shopkpr. 11 Billington rd
Summerfield Arth. & Sons, bldrs. 30 Billington rd
Summerfield Alfd. Jas. boot repr. 74 North st
Sun Petroleum Co. Ltd. petroleum mers. Lake st. T N284
Sutton & Co. Ltd. carriers (Jas. Willson, agt.), 39 High st
Swan Hotel (A.H. Relf, proprietor), family & commercial; A.A., R.A.C.; motor accomodation, High street. T N's 48 & 223
Talmage Jn. verger (All Saints'), 12 Bridge st
Temple Emily (Miss) confctnr. 22 Market sq
Thorne David, greengro. 72 Hockliffe st
Thornley & Boutwood, solctrs. 13 High st
Thornley Ernest Jas. solctr. (firm, Thornley & Boutwood), 13 High st. T N82
Thorpe Ernest George, window cleaner, 25 Plantation rd
Tooley H.C. Ltd. corn mers. 4 Market sq. (T N125); Lake st. & Grovebury rd
Travell Holmes Fred, baker 58 North street
Travis Ernest, fried fish dlr. 90 North st.
Tucker Chas Wm. gowns, 33 High st. T N290
Tunbridge Arth. Jsph. greengro. 6 Hockliffe st
Turner Ada (Miss), F.B.O.A. optician, 26 Lake st. T N120
Turner Arth. Wm. F.B.O.A. optician, 26 Lake st
Turner Christopher Rt. F.B.O.A. optician, 26 Lake st
Turner George, grocer, 13 Church street
Turner Wm. Wheatsheaf P.H. 57 North st
Turney Emily (Miss), shopkpr. 36 Hockliffe rd
Turney Herbert, baker, 2 Vandyke road
Turney Wm. hardware dlr. 81 North st
Tutt Regnld. Frank Austin, clerk to the Urban District Council, Council offices, North st. T N68
Tyler & Son, timber mers. Station saw mills, Linslade. T N145
Tyrell Christophr. Jn. butcher, 38 Lake st. T N13
Underwood Ernest, blacksmith, West st
Underwood Fredk. shopkpr. 78 North st
Underwood Fredk. Jas. motor car hirer, 104 North st. T N247
Underwood Matthew, beer retlr. 12 Ashwell st
Unicorn Hotel ( F.J. Clark propr.), 10 Lake st. T N27
Vandyke Sand-Lime Bricks Ltd. Vandyke rd. T N285
Vick Leslie Francis M.C. manager Barclays Bank Ltd. Market square
Walduck Geo. Roebuck P.H. 2 Hockliffe st
Walpole Arth Horace, shopkpr. 60 St. Andrew's st
Walton, Ray & Co. solctrs. 20 Bridge st. T N42
Walton Robert Graham (firm, Walton Ray & Co.), solicitor & commissioner for oaths & solicitor to Wilkes' Town's Land & Page's charities and to Fenny Stratford, Bletchley & District Permanent Benefit Building Society, 20 Bridge street
Ward Jsph. W. hardware dlr, 51 & 53 Church st
Watling Ernest Alfd. rating officer & collector of taxes for Leighton Buzzard & Linslade & collector of taxes only for Eggington, Stanbridge, Soulbury & Mentmore & collector to the Leighton Buzzard & Linslade Urban District Councils, 13 Lake st. T N85
Watling Florence (Miss), draper, 66 North st
Webb Frank, agt. to Sir Rd. A. Cooper bart. J.P. Estate office, The Paddock. T N101
Wells Fredk. coal dlr. 56 St. Andrew's st
West Beds & East Bucks Permanent Benefit Building Society (Jn. Hy. Folmer, sec.), 42 High st
Westmancoat Geo. Thos. carpntr. 30 Ashwell st
Westminster Bank Ltd. (H.P. Gibberd, mangr.), (branch), 27 High st. (T N183); head office, 41 Lothbury, London EC 2
Wheeler Edwin, White Lion P.H. 87 North st
White John & Co. wine & spirit merchants, 8 North street. T N50
White Edwd. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. physcn. & surgn. 14 Bridge st. T N253
Whittaker's, children's outfitters, 11a Market sq
Willard Chas. Archbld. grocer, 47 High st. T N51
Willard Hy. Stanley, outfitter, 35 High st. T N51
Willis W.G. & V. solicitors, 42 High street. T N62
Willis Wm. Geo. & Son, bldrs. Vandyke rd. T N123
Willis William Gravely W. solicitor & commissioner for oaths (firm, W.G. & V. Willis) 42 High st
Willson's, boot & shoe dlrs. 83 Hockliffe st.
Willson Jas. boot & shoe whareho. & agt. for Sutton & Co. Ltd. carriers, 39 High st
Wilson Herbt. butcher, 106 North st
Windle Jn. grocer, 20 St. Andrew's st
Woodman Wm. decrtr. 11 South st
Yirrell Chas. butcher, 7 Market sq
Yirrell Hy. smallholder, 5 Hockliffe rd.
Yirrell Thos. monumental mason, Vandyke rd. T N23
Young & Co. turf accntnts. 8 Grove rd. T N88