Ballingham Herefordshire in 1914

Brisland Miss J., The School house.
Brooks George, smallholder, Saycell’s farm.
Carter Hy. Herbert and Powell Stephen, farmers, The Court.
Dulake Thomas, Miners’ Arms, Carey.
Fisher Rev. W. W., The Rectory.
Harris John, fruit grower, Haynes farm.
Hildyard W. H., The Rock farm.
Perring John, gamekpr., Crossway.
Phillips R. W., gardener.
Powell T. F., New house, Crossways.
Price Albert, parish clerk.
Seymour Edwin, Crossways farm.
Seymour J., bl’ksmith, Ballingham hill.
Vaughan P. R., farmer, Crossway.
Watkins John, Ballingham hall, farmer.
(Preece Mrs., assistant overseer, The Moors, Boulstone). 

Source: The Hereford Journal Directory 1914. Second Issue. Hereford: The Herefordshire Press & Printing Co., Ltd., Offa House.

Ballingham (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Hollow way from Ballingham Court Farm to the church Covered with mud today as the farmer trundles back and forth to the barn with cattle feed. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Ballingham Station, near to Carey, Herefordshire, Great Britain. View towards Hereford, on line from Gloucester via Ross-on-Wye (closed 2/11/64). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Ballingham Hall Farm An arable enterprise with evidence here of grain and potato growing. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Road to Ballingham passing through Carey Passing Rock Farm. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Crossways Lane Crossways Lane and Crossways Farm from The Crossways. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)