Transcript of the description for Lytchett Matravers from Hunt & Co.'s Directory of Dorsetshire, Hampshire, & Wiltshire 1851

LYTCHETT MATRAVERS, a village 5 miles N.E. from Poole. The church is an antique building having a square tower, containing four bells, the living is a rectory. There is a Wesleyan chapel and a Methodist one, and a National school, with a small charity to be distributed in bread by the clergyman. The parish in 1841 contained 847 inhabitants.

Durrell David, esq. Heath cottageHeath Rev. William, Rectory
Symes Mr. John
Trenchard Henry Dillon, esq.
Beaumont John, grocery dealer
Bridge George, farmer, Park farm
Bridge James, farmer
Brown James, beer retailer
Budden George, farmer
Cooke William, blacksmith
Crane William, grocer, &c.
Crumpler Daniel, farmer
Crumpler John, farmer
Crumpler Louisa, wheelwright & blacksmith
Davis John, carpenter
Dean John, carpenter, &c.
Dowden John, farmer
Fry John, Castle farm
Fry Moses, grocery, &c. dealer
Heaton Grace 'Chequers'
Hobbings John, grocery dealer
Hunt Elizabeth P. grocery dealer
Legg Hiram, farmer
Osmond Philip, grocery dealer
Parsons James, parish clerk
Parsons John, brickmaker
Plowman William, farmer
Ricketts George, beer retailer
Rolls Charles, beer retailer
Stanfield John, farmer
Wareham Thomas, shoemaker
White William, grocery dealer