Transcription of the entry for Bognor Sussex from The watering places of Great Britain, and fashionable directory published in 1831. See Bognor, Sussex Family History Guide for more information about the parish.

NOBILITY AND GENTRY.

Arran, Earl of, Arran-lodge.

Baker, Captain, R N. Spencer-terrace.

Barnes, Lieutenant, R. N. Bedford-place.

Barrow, Christopher, Esq. Hothamton-place.

Birch, Captain, Bursted.

Brown, Richard, Esq. Crescent.

Church, Richard, Esq. Bedford-place.

Clarke, Sir Simon, Barn Rocks.

Eedle, Rev. E. Vicar of South Burstead, Vicarage house.

Evans, Rev. D. Bedford-place, (Independent.)

Gauntlett, Rev. F. St. John’s, (Chapel of ease.)

Hankey, Thompson, Esq. East-row.

Hardwicke, Richard, Esq. Dorset-gardens.

Hasler, John, Esq.

Hasler, Richard, Esq. Spencer-terrace.

Laird, Dr. (M. D.) Steyne.

Lewis, — , Esq. Bursted Cottage.

Mayo, Earl, Bursted Lodge.

Martin, Captain, R. N. Dorset Lodge.

Merrick, Richard, Esq. Sudley-terrace.

Middleton, Rev. S. Lawn Cottage.

Ord, J. Esq. Aldwick.

Peachey, Miss, Spencer-terrace.

Pelham, Hon. Mrs. Spencer-terrace.

Pole, Sir William, Waterloo-road.

Pole, Lady, Waterloo-road.

Raikes, Rev. Henry, Pavilion.

Rich, Captain, Barn Rocks.

Smith, Mrs. Bursted Lodge.

Stracey, William, Esq. Steyne.

Teesdale, Colonel, Spencer-terrace.

Tullick, Esq. Steyne.

Tyndale, Mrs. Sudley-terrace.

Uniacke, Crofton, Esq. Steyne.

Wilson, Mrs. Dome House.

Wonham, Mr. D., Rock-buildings.

MAGISTRATES.

Hasler, Richard, jun. Esq. Spencer-terrace.

Teesdale, Christopher, Esq. Rock-huildings.

Diggers, John, Esq. Hothamton-place.

SURGEONS.

Peskett, George, Dorset Gardens.

Kroger, James, Russel-place.

Wordman, Dr. Hothamton-place.

CHEMISTS.

Thompson, William, Hothamton-place.

Wood, William, York-place.

HOTELS.

Clarence Hotel, Colbrook-terrace, Richard Clarke

Claremont Hotel, Mary Hewlins.

New Inn, Bedford-place, Mary Hewlins.

LIVERY STABLES.

Sudley Mews, T. Kent and Co.

WINE MERCHANT.

Newport, H. Dorset Gardens.

CONFECTIONERS.

Andrews, F. Steyne.

Harrison, — , Chapel-street.

Watkins, J.

BOARDING HOUSE.

Medhurst, Mrs. East-row.

BATHS.

Smith, James, Steyne.

Clarke, Clarence Hotel.

Newport, Henry, Steyne, Wine-merchant.

LIBRARIES.

Binstead, A. Manor-house.

Knapton, R. (New Library) High-street.

ACADEMIES.

Medhurst, Miss (Ladies).

Andrews, Miss, Steyne.

ATTORNEYS.

Daly, Richard, East-row.

Newport, W. C. Dorset-gardens.

HOUSE AGENTS.

Bensted, Wm., Smith, and Sparks, Waterloo-rd.

Wootten, York-place.

SADDLER.

Hayward, E. Comet Cottage.

MILLINERS.

Richardson, Misses, Bedford-place.

Fillett, Mrs. Steyne-view.

Filler, Emma, Steyne-view.

Wheatley, Miss. Steyne-view.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Fielder, Lapiday and Pelele, Publishers, Steyne.

Marner, R. Coach Proprietor.

Teachers of the various sciences visit this place from Chichester.

Source: The watering places of Great Britain, and fashionable directory 1831

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