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

MARSHWOOD, a village, 5 miles S.W. from Beaminster. The parish comprises 3402 acres, and in 1841 had a population of 554.

Austin Rev. Edward, (curate)
White Mr. Charles
Bradford John, grocer and draper
Bulford William, farmer
Burbidge John, farmer
Cake John, farmer
Chick Charles, farmer
Cox John, beer retailer
Curtis Absalom, farmer
Dalley William, farmer, Prime farm
Gale Charles, boot & shoemaker
Genge George, farmer
Gillingham Wm. farmer, Park
Hardy John, farmer, Tap house
Hedditch George, farmer, Broad Orchard
Hicks William, boot & shoemaker
Hoare George, 'New Inn' and farmer
Hoare James, farmer, Vale house
Hodder Thomas farmer, Marshallshay
King Arthur, farmer
Jefferey Silvanus, blacksmith, Marshallshay
Macey Barnard, farmer
Matthews James, grocery dealer
Matthews Matthew, tailor
Miller John, farmer, Marshallshay
Orchard, Isaac, farmer, Monkwood
Parsons Wm. farmer, Oakford
Paul Aaron, boot & shoemaker
Pavey John, dairyman
Payne Henry, dairyman
Payne William, dairyman
Pitfield Thomas, tanner, Marshallshay
Prosser Thomas, stonemason
Purchase Robert, farmer
Rendell James, farmer, assistant overseer, collector of Queen's taxes and road surveyor
Rendell William G. farmer, Frog house
Smith Anthony, thatcher
Smith Anthony, beer retailer, Marshallshay
Smith Thos. thatcher
Spencer Barnard, farmer, Dod's Eye
Stanton William, farmer
Warren Chas. farmer, Great Bluntsey
White Chas. farmer
Zealy Adonijah, farmer