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WAMBROOK, a village 1¾ miles S.W. from Chard. The church is dedicated to St. Mary, and the living is a rectory. The parish comprises 1800 acres, and had, in 1841, 233 inhabitants.

Bevis, Mrs. D.
Breon Charles Bordes, esq. Broad oak
Crandon Mr. William
Deane Thomas. esq. Cotley
Edwards Rev. Henry, LL.B.
Abbott Isaac, parish clerk
Bentley James, farmer
Bevis Benjamin, farmer
Clapp John, farmer
Crandon Richard, farmer
Davy Robert, farmer
Denning Charles, farmer
Denslow William, blacksmith
Evans Alexander, farmer
Evans Alexander, beer retailer
Goodland Joseph, boot and shoemaker
Hoare James, farmer
Hunt Job, carpenter
Lawrence John, boot & shoemaker
Legg Mary, milliner & dress maker
Lewis Charles, thatcher
Long Thomas, farmer
Loveridge James, blacksmith
Norton Robert, farmer, Worthell
Spiller Benjamin, farmer
Tanner William, farmer
Wheadon John, farmer

Transcribed from Hunt & Co.'s Directory of Dorsetshire, Hampshire, & Wiltshire 1851