Victorian Village: The diaries of the Reverend John Coker Egerton of Burwash 1857-1888

Victorian Village: The diaries of the Reverend John Coker Egerton of Burwash 1857-1888 Book Cover
Victorian Village: The diaries of the Reverend John Coker Egerton of Burwash 1857-1888 Alan Sutton Publishing

The Reverend John Coker Egerton was the curate and rector of St Bartholomew Church in Burwash between 1857 and 1888. His diaries give a great insight into the village of Burwash at the time as well as some very important dates and information on baptisms, marriages and deaths of the local inhabitants.

Victorian Village – 1858

These people appear on Reverend Coker Egertons Diaries of Burwash in 1858. If you would like a look up please ask below.

Victorian Village – 1858
Miss Blunden, postmasters daughter
Mr Harding
Old Hawkins
Mr Brook, music tutor
Isted child, funeral
Sally Weston
Mrs Sands
Edmund King
Samuel Waterhouse, age 65, funeral
Mrs Hetherington, widow
Mr Wetherell, funeral Ticehurst
Mrs Hyland
Wheel wall, master of Trinity College
Miss Hashall
Mrs Radcliffe
William Eastwood, road haulier, funeral age 74
Edward Dann
Mr Hyland
Mrs Luck nee Budd
Mr Mackintosh
Pankhurst, Greenwood
John Harmer
Richard Pilbeam
Alfred Cornwall
Joe Blackford, Sallers Brook
Rebecca Croft
Mr Newington
Sergeant Peerless
Mrs Caller
Mrs Watson
Mrs Pope
Mrs Balcombe
Mrs Booth
Old Wood
Mrs Edwards
Mrs Pilbeam, school mistress
Mrs Hook
Mr Barton, stockbroker
James Copper
Mr Smith, farm owner near Rye Green
Mrs Gogmunden of Rye Green
Mr Sargeat
Mr Courthope
Mr Pennels
Mr Morland
J Hilder, Ham Lane
Mr Piper, Hawkhurst
Mr Pope, Brooks Marl
Stephen Elliott
Vergill, female
Mr Cramp, Bough Farm
Mr Taylor
Mr Coppard, overseer of the poor
Jenner Child, funeral
Mrs Tom Vidlef
Testers, Park Farm
Mr Hawkins
Richard Hawkins
Mrs Baker, tenant Honeysetts Mill
Mr Law
John Noakes
Mrs Barrow
Levi Luck
Mr Tilley
Mr & Mrs Dunk
James Caller
John Dann, farmer
Frank Russell, farmer
Mr Combs, post Morton
Mrs Cruttenden
Mrs Hawkins
Henry Waterhouse, funeral, 63
Relf child, funeral
Mr Franks
Mr Cox
Joseph Pittfold
Mary Taylor
Mr Gould
George Fagg Gilbert
Miss Hagley
Miss Easton
James Smith
Richard Balcombe, Glyddish Farm
Mr Bagshawe, farmer
Mr Gibbs
Pankhurst, Pump Court
Henry Pennalls
Mrs Head
Mr Jackson, Brightling
Mrs Waterhouse
Sergeant Major Bond
Ellis Eaton
Mrs Mepham
William Eyles
Mrs Radcliffe
Miss Tilley
Tom Relf, Rocks
Richard Chandler
Mr Joel Newington, the Green
James Payne
Mrs Bull nee Bowles, Brooks Marl
Richard Relf
William Newington

Victorian Village – 1857

The following are people who appear in 1857 in Rev Coker-Egerton diaries of Burwash. If you want a look up please post below.

Victorian Village
Mr Taylor, vet
Mr Newington, 83
Mr Cox, National Schoolmaster
Mr & Mrs Tilley
Mrs Isted
Mrs Dann
Mrs Wood, shop owner
Mrs Wood, parish clerks wife
Mrs Mepham, a cripple
Mr Combs
Mr Towers, previous curate
James Russell, funeral
John Pennells, lived near Crowhurst Bridge
Mr Gibbs
Mrs Philcox
Mr J Philcox
Mr Foote
Mr Izard, incumbent at Flimwell
James Waterhouse, an old cripple
Mrs Balinger Farley, mother of 11
Mrs Hetherington, a cripple
Mr Chard, owns boughs & swing gate farms
Miss Chard x 2, sisters
Mr & Mrs Prothero
Mrs Hyland, Park Hill
A Clark, glaziers forge
Ellen Hartfield
Master Pilbeam
Mrs Funnell, shopkeeper
Relfe, wheelwright
Meopham, female
Eyeless, female
James Noakes, funeral
Ann Relf, funeral
Mrs Pilbeam, day school
Miss Shavell
Master Shavell, fiddler
Miss Hayward
Mr & Mrs Barton
John Blunden, postman
William Buss, age 43
Mr Dixon
Mr Luck
Mrs Syns(Simes), Poundsford
Mr Pankhurst, widow Green Woods
Caroline Pankhurst
Farmer Gillhum
David Hyland
James Caller, 23 farm labourer
Mr John Coppard
Mr Fuller
Mrs Pope
Mr Leaney, pensioner of the marines
Mrs Boots
Young Parks, butcher
Mrs Barrow
Mrs Hepworth
Mrs Edwards, Coppards Hill
Gaffe den
Mrs Trower