Uley Gell and Bradshaw 1820

Adey George and Co., clothiers
Austin Abraham, shopkeeper
Bailey Leonard, hallier
Baker Rev. W. L.
Blackden Richard, gent.
Broughton Wm., cloth worker
Charnock Nehemiah, clothier
Cornwall Rev. E.
Daniel, Lloyd and Co., clothiers
Dauncey Wm., shoemaker
Ferebee John, victualler, Old Crown
Ferebee Wm., shopkeeper
Ford John, clothier
Freeman Thomas, grocer and tea dealerGardner J., draper
Greening Wm., baker
Gregory Mrs.
Gregory Captain
Gurner Robert, victualler, Crown and Sceptre
Hawker Charles, commercial agent
Hill Wm., butcher
Hill Wm. jun., butcher
Hill Charles, butcher
Hill Samuel, shoemaker
Hill John, shopkeeper
Hinton Wm., gent
Hunt John, shoemaker
Ivey Mrs.
Jackson Edward, clothier
Jackson Charles, stone-mason
Jackson Edward, jun., clothier
Jeens Joseph, clothier
Jones Henry, blacksmith
Knight Wm., builder
Knight Susannah, dressmaker
Knight Hannah, victualler, Shears
Leich and Hill, school for young ladies
Millard Aaron, hallier
Neal Daniel, brewer
Nichols Thomas, shopkeeper
Nicholls James, grocer
Pearce Mrs., blacksmith
Pearce Thomas, blacksmith
Penley John, dyer
Penley John, blue dyer
Price Samuel, grocer and brewer
Sheppard Edward, Esq., clothier, residence Ridge
Smith, King and Hanbury, clothiers, Jackson’s mill
Souls Wm., tailor and salesman
Souls Wm., maltster and baker
Stiff Thomas, gent.
Taylor Rev. A. R., Independent Minister
Taylor Wm., watch and clock maker
Trull Joseph, butcher
Warner Miss H., school for young ladies
Went Samuel, gent.
Went Mrs. Ann, hallier, Green
Went Thomas, maltster
Williams Henry, shopkeeper

Source: The Gloucestershire Directory; R. Gell & T. Bradshaw; Printed by J. Roberts, Gloucester 1820