Town Hall & Council Chamber (Edward Lark, caretaker), Public buildings

Trahair James, cooper, 18 Rosevean road

Trebilcock Harriet (Mrs.), teacher of music, 20 Tolver pl

Tregartha William, smith, 19 Daniel place

Tregarthen Brothers, coach builders, Victoria square

Tregarthen Richard, upholsterer & cabinet ma. 19 Mount st

Tregear Jane (Miss), dress maker, 8 Coulson’s place

Tregelles George Fox, manager of Devon & Cornwall Bank Limited, 3 Market place

Tregenna Rebecca (Mrs.), laundry, 3 Daniel place

Tregurtha Philip, fishmonger, 103 Market Jew street

Trembath Elizabeth Ann & Rebecca (Misses), dress makers, 24 North parade

Trembath Richard, plumber, Buriton row

Tresise Thomas John, electro plater, 86 Market Jew street

Trevail Sampson, umbrella repairer & cutler, Bread street

Trevena William Henry, Fountain tavern, St. Clare street

Trevithick & Mabbott, coal, corn, manure & seed merchants, Mounts Bay stores

Trewavas Benj. Jas. collector of dues, Custom house, Quay

Treweeke Samuel, tailor, 7 High street

Trewenneck Annie (Miss), shopkeeper, Cherry garden

Trewern Jane (Mrs.), temperance hotel, 6 Albert street

Trewhella Elizabeth Jane (Mrs.), lodg. ho. 39 Bay View ter

Trewith Catherine (Miss), servants’ agency, Parade cottage, Parade street

Triggs James, refreshment rooms, 108 Market Jew street

Triggs Matilda (Mrs.), lodging house, 20 Marine terace

Trinity Store House (Harry Thomas Reading, supt.), Quay

Tripp John, shopkeeper, Post office, Chyandour

Trounson Francis, clerk to commissioners of taxes, borough treasurer & accounant & sec. to Penwith Annuitant Society, Lanoweth road

Trounson John, builder, 51 Chapel street

Trounson John William F.R.I.B.A., F.S.I. architect, 27 Clarence street

Trounson Peter, bill poster & town crier, 50 St. James’ street

Trounson William Hy. builder, New Street works, New st

Trounson Wm. Hy. cabinet maker & joiner, New street

Trounson William Henry, watch maker, Green market

Truscott Charles Frederick, Albert Vaults P.H. 1 East terrace, Market Jew street

Trythall & Bodilly, solicitors & notaries public, County Court offices, Market Jew street

Trythall Elizabeth Amelia (Mrs.), girls’ school, 7 Belle vue

Tucker James, builder, St. James’ street

Tyacke James, Dolphin inn, Quay street

Upfold James Wm. dairyman, 4 Windsor ter. St. Clare st

Upfold Sarah lilian (Mrs.), music teacher, 4 Windsor terrace, St. Clare street

Uren Grace (Mrs.), butcher, 26 Market

Uren John, boot maker, 43 Queen street

Uren John, greengrocer, 6 Carnes buildings, Queen street

Uren John Clarke, artist, The Willows, Cornwall terrace

Uren Richard, basket maker, 30 Mount street

Uren Richard, shoe maker, 11 Jennings street

Uren William, shopkeeper, 41 Causeway head

Uren William Henry, beer retailer, Victoria square

Vaughan John, picture frame maker & gilder, 72 Market Jew st

Verran James, pianoforte maker & tuner; old violins repaired, 58 Adelaide street

Victor R. R. & H. linen drapers & outfitters, 10 & 11 Market pl

1st Volunteer Battalion (1st Duke of COrnwall’s Light Infantry) (A Co.) (Capt. Thomas Henry Cornish); headquarters, Corn exchange, Market House buildings

Wakefield John, basket maker, 41 Queen street

Wakeham Wm. Martin, watch maker, 64 Causeway head

Wallace Thomas, boot maker, 41 Queen street

Wallis Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Alma place

Wallis Nicholas, ship carpenter, 25 Belgravia street

Wallis Robert, carpenter, 4 Victoria place

Wallis William, basket maker, 4 New street

Wallis William, Henry Paul, boot maker, 54 Adelaide street

Walters Richard, builder, 56 Belgravia street

Walters Richard, carpenter, 27 Clarence street

Warren Edwin, insurance agent, 21 Daniel place

Warren Elizabeth (Miss), dress maker, 24 Daniel place

Warren Grace (Mrs.), cab proprietor, Quay street

Warren John, saddler, The Arcade

Warren Joseph, Seven Stars hotel; home accommodation for visitors, Parade street

Warren Lena (Miss), dress maker, 11 Quay street

Warren Thomas, cab & livery stable proprietor, 41 Chapel street, See advertisement

Warren William Henry, dairyman, 83 High street

Warren William Thomas, lodging ho. 14 St. Mary’s ter

Wedlake Stephen, steam launch owner, 33 Mount st

Welsh Joseph, market gardener, Minnie cottage, Minnie la

Wesleyan Mission Room (Wm. Sincock, caretaker), 20 New st

West Cornwall Collage (for girls) (Miss Marian Waller, lady principal), 38 Chapel street

West Cornwall Dispensary & Infirmary (James Barclay Montgomery M.D. consulting physician; Hugh M. Montgomerie M.D. assistant physician; John Symons, surgeon; John Batten COrnish, hon. sec.; Thomas Hacker Bodilly, hon. treasurer; William harvey Julyan, assistant sec. & dispenser; Rev. Prebendary Hedgeland M.A. chaplain; Miss Anne Eliza Whitaker, matron), St. Clare street

West Cornwall Steamship Co. (John Banfield, manager), 6 North parade

West of England Hand Knitting Co. (George H. Ash, manager), Bread street

West Penwith Provident & Loan Society (Barnes Richards, sec.), 54 & 55 Causeway head

West Damaras (Miss), milliner, 94 Market Jew street

West Elizabeth (Mrs.), dress maker, 11 Cornwall terrace

Western (The) Union Telegraph Co. (George Robert Mockridge, superintendent), Trewithen road

Whear Grace (Mrs.), boarding & lodging house; south-west aspect with land & sea views, Holbein house, Alexandra road

Whear Nathaniel Coulson, inspector of nuisances for urban & port sanitary authorities, Public buildings

Whear Nathaniel Coulson, jun. architect, Holbein house, Alexandra road

White Lion P.H. (Pool & Son, proprietors), Green market

White Charlotte (Miss), teacher of music, 4 Bay View ter

White Harry Vingoe, teacher of music, 3 Clarence street

White Henry F.R.I.B.A. architect, 1 Parade passage

White Jane (Miss), grocer, 64 Chapel street

White John, pianoforte tuner, 4 Bay View terrace

White John Henry, grocer, 1 Rosevean road

White Nicholas, blacksmith, Chyandour

White Richard, musical instrument dealer, 30 Clarence st

White Richd. jun. professor of music, Dingley’s, Beachfield ter

White Stephen, builder, 12 & 13 Park corner

White Thomas Davy, potato merchant, Albert wharf

Wilcock Mary Elizabeth (Miss), lodging ho. 37 Chapel st

Wildgoose Charles, serpentine manufr. Western esplanade

Wildman Albert Charles, editor of “Cornishman,” 34 Rosevean road

Wilkins Katherine (Miss), dress maker, 21 Cornwall terrace

Wilkins Lydia (Mrs.), lodging house, 21 Cornwall terrace

Willey Joseph, shoeing & general smith, Queen street

Willey Joseph, silk mercer, Green market

Williams Arthur Carolli, hair dresser, 82 Market Jew street

Williams Edward, butcher, 59 Causeway head

Williams Henry, beer & wine retailer, 32 Cornwall terrace

Williams Henry John, artist, 38 Morrab road

Williams James, grocer, 29 Alverton street

Williams John Napoleon, basket maker, 81 Market Jew street

Williams John, commercial traveller, 51 Belgravia street

Williams John, tailor, 53 Market Jew street

Williams Joseph, beer retailer, 1 Quay street

Williams Lydia (Miss), dress maker, 33 St. James’ street

Williams Martha (Mrs.), dress maker, 3 Stamford place

Williams Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 9 Caldwell’s row

Williams Mary (Miss), lodging house, 36 Morrab road

Williams Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 35 St. James’ street

Williams Philip, lodging house, 13 south terrace

Williams Thomas Henry, market gardener, Alverton

Williams Thomas Trembath, market gardener, Alverton

Williams William Richard, butcher, 12 & 13 Market

Williamson David Scott, travelling draper, 39 Alma place

Wills Nicholas, boot & shoe maker, Buriton row

Wills William Henry, carpenter, 6 St. Mary’s street

Wingate Edgar, Ship inn, Quay street

Winter Misses (The), lodging house, 1 Penrose terrace

Wood James, shopkeeper, 5 Quay street

Woolas thomas, beer retailer & tobacconist, 5 arade street

Woolcock William, refreshment rooms, 72 & 73 Causeway head

Worth Mary Ann (Mrs.), apartments, south aspect, home comforts for invalids, well recommended, 19 North parade

Wright John, light keeper & harbour policeman, South pl

York & Baird, drapers, silk mercers &c. 23 Market place

Young Men’s Christian Association (G. Collins, sec.), 16 Morrab place

Young Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 10 Regent square

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