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Kelly's Directory of Devon 1897

Kelly's Directory of Devon 1897
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Kelly's Directory of Devon 1897

Usual comprehensive Kelly's Trade & Street directory for Devon / Devonshire. 1200+ pages. Full place index, topographical & geological information, magistrates, county councils etc... A-Z of places with supplementary information, private residents & trades-people.. Court Directory & Trades & Professions for the whole County...fully searchable & bookmarked for ease of navigation.

 

PREFACE
INDEX
PRINCIPAL SEATS
COMMERCIAL  INDEX
NAMES OF ADVERTISERS.
DEVONSHIRE
DIRECTORY A-Z
COURT DIRECTORY
TRADES & PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
COLOUR MAP
 
THE Proprietors, in submitting to their Subscribers and the Public the present
Edition of KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF DEVONSHIRE, trust that it
may be found equal in accuracy to the previous issues.
Every effort has been made to render it as perfect as possible. Lists of
Hundreds and Poor Law Unions are included in the Topography of each
County ; it is stated under each Parish in what Division of the County it
is situated, pursuant to the "Redistribution of Seats Act, 1885," also the
Hundred, Union and County Court District, as well as the Diocese, Arch-
deaconry and Rural Deanery, within the Dioceses of Exeter and of Truro ; and
the College and University of every Beneficed Clergyman have been given,
as far as they can be ascertained ; the Post Office Savings Bank and Telegraph
Offices, Annuity and Insurance Offices have been noticed; the names of the
Parish Clerks are given under each Parish ; lists of Farm Bailiffs of Gentlemen
farming their own land have been added.
The County Councils, formed under the " Local Government Act, 1888,"
have been inserted; likewise changes under the provisions of the " Local
Government Act, 1894."
A New Map of each county has been expressly prepared.
A sketch of the Geological features of each County is included, prepared
by Mr. W. J. Harrison, of the School Board, Birmingham.
The Proprietors have to thank those Clergymen and other Gentlemen
who have given the work the benefit of their local knowledge, and also the
Clerks of the Peace who have supplied the lists of Magistrates.