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East Rudham


     
William Jary Bower & William John Thomas Bower Edward Measures Chatterton John Drage
Green's Noted Stores Edward Stanley Hill Pinchen & Williams
Rudham Blend scotch Whiskey    
     

William Jary Bower & William John Thomas Bower

All White Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "WJ Bower VS Rudham" All White Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "W Bower M R C V S Rudham"
All White Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "W Bower M R C V S Rudham" All White Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "W Bower M R C V S Rudham"
All White Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "W. Bower MRCVS Rudham" Paper Labelled Liniment Bottle
All White Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "W. Bower MRCVS Rudham" Slipglazed Vets Bottle Impressed "W Bower MRCVS Rudham"
William Bower Death Notice William Bower Billhead
 
William Jary Bower is listed from 1845 until 1875 As a Veterinary Surgeon at Rudham. In 1875 William John Thomas Bower is also listed. By 1892 William John Thomas Bower had been granted appointment to H.R.H. Prince of Wales. In 1900 he was listed also at Docking but was succeeded there by Malcolm Bray shortly afterwards By 1908 he had also been made Veterinary inspector under the contagious diseases (Animals) for Number 23 District East Rudham. His Last Listing was in 1912 and was taken over by Edward Measures Chatterton.
 

Edward Measures Chatterton

Paper Labelled Wound Tincture Bottle Death Notice For Edward Measures Chatterton
 
Edward Measures Chatterton took over from William John Thomas Bower as Veterinary Surgeon to HRH Prince of Wales at Sandringham and Veterinary inspector under the contagious diseases (Animals) for Number 23 District East Rudham. His only Listing is in 1916. He died in 1918 with Avian Flu and was taken over by Edward Stanley Hill.
 

John Drage

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "John Drage Rudham" Slipglazed Flagon Impressed J. Drage Rudham"
 
John Drage Junior is first listed in 1836 as a Grocer, Draper, Seed and Spirit Dealer. By 1846 he was just trading as a Wine and Spirit Merchant. In 1875 Exors of John Drage were listed and in 1877 Mrs. Mary Drage and Son were listed. By 1879 the company had become Drage and Son and they had also opened premises at Fakenham. The last entry for Drage and Son was in 1916.
 

Green's Noted Stores

Cranberry Glass Beaker Overlayed With "Compliments Of The Season Greens Noted Stores Eats Rudham" Greens Noted Stores On Rudham Green
 
William Samuel Green is first listed in 1888 as a Grocer, Draper and Wine and Spirit Merchant and Furniture Dealer. In 1890 he was also listed at North Creake. The last entry for William Samuel Green was 1904 when he was just listed as a Grocer.
 

Edward Stanley Hill

Labelled Drench Packet Labelled Bottle
 
Took over from Edward Measures Chatterton in 1918.
 

Thomas George Pinchen & George Ralleigh Williams

Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Pinchen & Williams East Rudham" With Bourne Denby Pottery Mark. George Williams Leaves The Company
Niagara Patent Codd Bottle Embossed "Pinchen & Williams E. Rudham" Standard Codd Bottle Embossed "Pinchen & Williams E. Rudham" With P&W Monogram
Fined by driving without lights Sale Advert for Thomas Pinchens Mineral Water Works including 24,000 glass bottles and 1000 Stone Bottles! 1904
 
Thomas James Pinchen was listed as a mineral water manufacturer in the 1904 Kelly's directory but no mention of Williams and no other listings for this company.
 

Rudham Blend Scotch Whiskey

Paper Labelled Whiskey Bottle    
 
Going by the bottle and date this bottle could be attributed to either Drage & Son 1879 - 1916 wine and spirit Merchants or William Samuel Green 1888 - 1904 Grocer, Draper and Wine and Spirit Merchant.
 

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