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TRING is a market town and parish on the road to Aylesbury and on the Buckinghamshire border of the county, with a. station 1¾ miles distant (and locally in Aldbury parish), on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, and 31¾ miles from London; the town is 7 miles south-east from Aylesbury and 4½ north-west from Berkhamsted, in the Hemel Hempstead division of the county, Dacorum hundred and petty sessional division, Berkhamsted union, Aylesbury county court district, and in the rural deanery of Berkhamsted and archdeaconry and diocese of St. Albans; the Grand Union canal passes near the station, and has a branch to Aylesbury: the town is lighted with gas by the Tring Gas Light and Coke Co. Limited, from works in Brook street, and supplied with water by the Chiltern Hills Spring Water Co. The town is sewered on the broad irrigation system.

Under the provisions of the “Local Government Act, 1894.” (56 and 57 Vict. c. 73), the Urban portion of the parish is now governed by an Urban District Council of 12 members, formed in 1894, which took the place of the Local Board established in February, 1859. In pursuance of the same Act, Tring has been divided into two civil parishes, viz. Urban and Rural. the latter having a Parish Council of 7 members, and comprising Long Marston and Wilstone, which see.

The church of SS. Peter and Paul is an ancient building of stone and flint in the Perpendicular style, with features of an earlier date, and consists of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and a massive embattled western tower containing 8 bells. dating from 1624 to 1882: the interior was thoroughly restored in 1862 and the church partially rebuilt during the years 1880 and 1881, a new clock, chiming the quarters, being at the same time placed in the tower; the restoration, completed in March, 1882, cost about £3,500, furnished by voluntary contributions: in 1900 a rood screen and loft of carved oak were erected, the east end of the south aisle formed into a chapel. and the chancel panelled in oak and decorated, the whole cost being defrayed by a lady resident in the parish: there are 300 sittings. The register dates from 1566. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £546, and residence, in the gift of Major Vivian Williams, and held since 1919 by the Rev. Thomas Vernon Garnier O.B.E., M.A., of Trinity College, Oxford. St. Martha’s, in Park road, is a chapel of ease to the parish church. St. George’s Mission church is at New Mill. The Baptist chapel in Western road, founded in 1750, affords 450 sittings: there is also a Strict Baptist chapel in Akeman street, seating 850, and one at New Mill, founded in 1655, and having 600 sittings; Ebenezer Baptist chapel, in Chapel street, will seat 300 persons, and there is a Primitive Methodist chapel, with 100 sittings. The Church House, in Western road, erected in 1897, is a structure of red brick, from designs by Mr. William Huckvale, architect, of Tring, and is used for concerts &c. The Cemetery at the west end of the town, provided in 1894, under the “Public Health (Interments) Act, 1879,” is under the management of the Urban District Council: there is one chapel: the area is 4a 3r 27p; part of the ground has been consecrated.

The Tring and District Conservative Club, in the Western road, is a structure of red brick with stone dressings, erected in 1892, at the expense of the late Joseph Grout Williams Esq.. J.P. and comprises a reading room, lounge. two billiard rooms, a committee room and the usual ofiices. The ancient Market House was taken down, and another erected in 1898 on a site presented by the first Lord Rothschild, d. 1915; the building is timber-framed in oak, filled with rough cast, and contains a hall, 41 by 26 feet, used by the Council, with a fire brigade station, surveyor’s office, committee and store rooms underneath. A market is held on Friday. The fair on Easter Monday and Old Michaelmas Day is still held. A sale of fat stock is held in the Cattle Market, Brook street, every Monday at 1.30 p.m.; W. Brown and Co. auctioneers.

The Rothschild Museum, erected in 1889, by the first Lord Rothschild F.R.S. contains special collections for scientific research. The building is a large house of two storeys, access to the upper galleries being obtained by a stone staircase: a wing containing ornithological and entomological departments, was added in 1912: the museum contains Lord Rothschild’s private Natural History collections, and the galleries are open to public inspection on the first three days of the week and on Fridays, and are largely visited; the ground floor is devoted to birds and mammals, and the upper floors to sponges, corals, molluscs, fishes, mammals and reptiles, besides insects and crustaceans. The collections are now very extensive and are being constantly increased; the arrangement of the specimens is proceeding under the supervision of the director and his assistants; there is also a taxidermist’s workshop; Dr. Ernst Hartert is director, and Dr. Karl Jordan curator of the entomological department. Attached to the Museum is a special zoological library.

The Tring Nursing Home occupies premises in Station road, presented by Lady Rothschild, and includes an accident ward; it is vested in two trustees and supported by voluntary contributions. An Isolation Hospital was erected in 1901 by the Urban District Council, and has ten beds. The Tring Poor's Land, formerly consisting of 107a. 3r. 7p. of land and 3 houses, has been sold and the proceeds invested in Consuls producing an annual income of £127, which is distributed in coal at Christmas. The other charities, now consolidated, and yielding an income of about £140, are administered under a scheme framed by the Charity Commissioners in 1884, which allows the application of the funds specified in it for the benefit, in various ways, of the poor, but is mainly devoted to the encouragement of thrift and independence.

Tring Park, the property of the trustees of the Hon. N. Charles Rothschild, and residence of Lady Rothschild, is pleasantly seated amid lovely woodland scenery, with undulating slopes richly timbered on all sides. The trustees of the Hon. N. Charles Rothschild are lords of the manor of Tring, and the principal landowners. The soil, which rests on the lower chalk formation, varies considerably.

The area of Tring Urban parish and District is 4,364 acres of land and 43 of water; rateable value, £27,354: the population in 1921 was 4,345.

Little Tring and Tring Grove are hamlets. At Little Tring, 1 mile from Tring, are the Grand Junction Canal Water pumping station and reservoir; the latter is 405 feet above the sea, being a trifle higher than the summit of St. Paul's, London; there are 55 locks on the canal between Northchurch and the Thames.



Sub-Post, M.O., T. & T. E. D. Office, Western road. — Frederick John Hurdle, sub-postmaster
Town Sub-Post & M.O. Office, King street — Cyril Howlett, sub-postmaster
Post & M.O. Office, New Mill. — Mrs. Mary Mannington, sub-postmistress.
Letters through Tring, the nearest telegraph office, 1 mile distant


Offices, Western road. Meeting day, the first tuesday
in every month at 6.30 p.m.

All retire in April, 1928.
Chairman, John Bly.
Vice-Chairman, John Stenhouse.

Robert William Allison

T. H. Hedges

John Bagnall

E. Houchen

H. J. Baldock

William N. Mead

John Bly Frederick

W. Rodwell

G. Goddard

John Stenhouse

Charles Griffin

A. J. Tompkins

Clerk, Arthur William Vaisey, solicitor, Western road
Deputy Clerk, A. Brooke Turner, solicitor, Western road
Treasurers, National Provincial Bank Ltd. 20 High st
Medical Officer of Health, William Gruggen L.R.C.P.I.,
L.R.F.P.&S.Glas., D.P.H.Camb. 67 Durban rd.Watford
Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector, Herbert N. Hedges,
Market house, Akernan street
Collector, E. Gilbert, Western road


Cemetery, Arthur William Vaisey, clerk; A. Brooke
Turner, deputy clerk
Fire Brigade, Market house, George Putnam, supt
Nursing Home, Station road, Miss A. Green, nurse in charge
Police Station, Western road, William John Shin Lee, police sergeant
Rothschild Museum; open to the public, mon. tues
wed. & fri. Akeman street & Park road, Dr. Ernst
Hartert, director; Dr. Karl Jordan, curator of
entomological department
Urban District Isolation Hospital, Little Tring road,
Edward Middleton Brown B.A,, M.D. & Charles Edwd.
O’Keeffe L.R.C.P.&S.I. hon. medical oflicers; Miss M. Riddle, matron


Certifying Factory Surgeon, Admiralty Surgeon. Medical
Officer & Public Vaccinator
, Aldbury District,
Berkhamsted Union, Charles Edward O’Keeffe
L.R.C.P. & S.I. 23 High street
Clerk to the Guardians & Assessment Committee of
Berkhamsted Union & to Berkhamsted Rural District
Council, Arthur William Vaisey, Western road;
deputy clerk, A. Brooke Turner
Surveyor & Inspector of Nuisances to Tring Urban District
Council, Herbert N. Hedges, Market house,
Akeman street
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages for Tring Sub-
District, Berkhamsted District, Walter Edwd. Wright,
29 Western road; deputy, Alfred Smith, Rose villa,
Bulbourne road
Medical Officer, Tring District. Berkhamsted Union,
Edward Middleton Brown B.A., M.D. Westbury,
Western road
Relieving & Vaccination Officer & Collector to the
Guardians for Berkhamsted Union, Charles Joint, 211
High street, Great Berkhamsted


SS. Peter & Paul (Parish) Church, Rev. Thomas Vernon
Garnier O.B.E., M.A. vicar; Rev. Sydney Meade M.A. curate
Baptist (Strict), Akeman street
Baptist (Ebenezer), Chapel street, by supply
Baptist (Street), New Mill, Rev. Forster Greening Kemp hon. C.F.
Baptist Chapel, Western road, Rev Arthur Charles Sidey
Primitive Methodist, Langdon street (Berkhamsted Circuit),
Rev. J. Edgar Hull (supt)


Tring Urban Local Education Sub-Committee.
The Committee consists of 12 members.
Meetings are held at the Vestry hall as required.
Chairman, Rev. Thomas Vernon Garnier O.B.E., M.A.
The Hermitage, Western road
Clerk, Arthur William Vaisey, Western road
Attendance Officer, J. Wyvill, Osborne cottage, Wigginton

Tring C. E. (boys & girls), built in 1840 & enlarged in
1866 & again in 1913, for 279 boys & 218 girls;
Douglas Harrison, master; Miss Elizabeth Stoner, mistress
Gravelly (infants), built in 1874, for 136 children; Miss
Clara Janet Edmeads, mistress
New Mill C. E. (girls & infants), built in 1874, for 116 children;
Miss Fishwick, mistress

The above schools are controlled by six managers,
Albert Corps Smith, New Town house, Tring, correspondent


Railway Station, A. E. Soden, station master & goods agent‘
Conveyance.—Motor omnibus starts from the Cemetery
gates, Western road, calling at the ‘Rose & Crown,’
High st. to Tring railway station, several times daily
Motor omnibuses pass through, between Berkhamsted
& Aylesbury, at frequent intervals


London & all parts, L. M. & S. Railway, daily; parcel receiving office, Western road



Baker Mrs. Arcady, Beaconsfield rd
Batchelor Mrs. 6 Park road
Bishop Henry, Longfield road
Bourn William John, 2 Park road
Boyson Herbert, Danebury, Station rd
Brandom Mrs. 24 Park road
Bright Fredk. Wm. Jerome, Park rd
Brooks Wm. 1 Down’s villas, Park rd
Brown Edward Middleton B.A., M.D
    Westbury, Western road
Brown Frank John, Okeford
Bushell Charles, Reservoir view,
    Bulbourne, road
Bushell Joseph, jun. The Gables,
    Bulbourne road
Butcher Arthur, Frogmore, Frogmore,
    Frogmore street
Cannon Fred, Elmwood, Western rd
Chapman Joseph Herman, Western rd
Chapman Thomas, Western road
Clark Harry, 5 Park road
Clarkee Capt. Fredk. 39 Park road
Clarke Joseph J.P. Park hill
Cockburn Hy. Southways, Station rd
Coles Charles Philip, Ardmore,
    Western road
Collins Lady, Elm ho. Western road
Cook Jn. Springwell vil. Western rd
Cosier Charles, 53 Western road
Cullis Leonard, Warwick cottage,
    Beaconsfield road

Cummings Mrs. Goldfield house,
    Miswell lane
Currie Robert, Netherby, Grove
Damiano Nicholas, Beech grove
    Station road
Davis Clement Frederick, Osmington,
    Western road
Dawe William James, 38 Park road
Denchfield John, 2 Down’s vils. Park rd.
Dingley George S. Bayley, Western rd
Dix Wm. Robert, Beaconsfield road
Dowsing Douglas Lionel, Parham,
    Western road
Drinkwater Lieut.-Commdr. John
    Bronte, Longfield road
Ellis Samuel, Goldfield, Western rd
Evans James, Miswell lane
Farthing Frank B. Dilston, Western rd
Flower Major Stanley, Spencer’s cot
Fountaine Thomas William, Hazelbury,
    Western road
Fox Miss, Forge cottage, High street
Gander Jn. Alfd. Wm. 9 Akeman st
Garnier Rev. Thomas Vernon O.B.E.,
    M.A. (vicar), The Hermitage,
    Aylesbury road
Glover Henry Richard, Grange villa,
    Western road
Grace Mrs. Beechwood, Western road
Grange Herbert, The Grove
Grime William Wallace, The Haven
    east, Aylesbury road
Harding Job, 58 Western road
Hartert Ernst, Belle Vue vil. Park rd
Hedges Miss, 54 Western road
Hedges Mrs. 55 Western road

Hill Bertram, Farnleigh, Park road
Houchen Ellis, Hackford, Miswell lane
Huckvale Wm. Westfield, Aylesbury rd
Hurdle Frederick John, 3 East croft,
    Langdon road
Jellis Hy. Warwick cottage, Grove rd
Jennings Mrs. Miswell lane
Jones R. Cornwall, Grassholme,
    Beaconsfield road
Jones William Hugh, Framsden,
    Western road.
Jordan Karl D.Ph. Hildene, Aylesbury
Kemp Rev. Forster Greening hon.
    C.F. (Baptist), Hillden, New Mill
Kemp M.C. Vicarage
Kew Charles Edwin, Englemere,
    Station road
Kingham Wm. Ferndale vil. Western rd
Lacey Louis, Yeward, Station road
Lawson Joseph Essam, White house,
    Western road
MacDonald Arthur, Hazely, Station rd
Mackinnon Donald, The Grove
Maull William Charles, Westholme,
    Western road
Mead Misses, The Cedars, Station rd
Mead Mrs. 94 Brook street
Mead Wm.Newman, Gamnel, New Mill
Mills Ernest, Braybrooke, Aylesbury rd
Moores Miss, The Laurels, Station rd.
Moxon Mrs. 19 Western road.
Netkins William Herbert, Dundale
Newman Leonard, Hampden villa,
    Western road


O’Keeffe Charles Edward, Merstone,
    Western road
Pearce Mrs. Fernlea, Western road
Phillips Bernard, Eversley, Westen rd
Pike Mrs. Icknield house, Miswell lane
Pope Mrs. The Furlong
Putnam George, 4 Park road
Rodwell. Hotson, 60 Akeman st
Rodwell Frederick Walter, Hastoe
    villa, Western road
Rodwell William Jesse, Westcroft,
    Western road
Rothschild Lady, Tring Park & 148
    Piccadilly, London W 1
Shaw Hy. Ferndale vils. Western rd
Side Alfred Brame, Bottesford,
    Western road
Smith Albert Corps, New Town ho
Smith George, 95 Brook street
Smith John, Rose villa, Bulbourne rd
Smith Wm. The Hollies. Brook street
Smithson Matthew J. Beaconsfield rd
Stevenson Brig. Gen. Charles John
    C.B., C.M.G. Brookfield, Brook st.
Stenhouse John, Harvieston,
    Aylesbury road
Stevens Mrs. The Haven, Aylesbury rd
Stroud George, 54 King street
Thomas Walter Fred, Western road
Thomas Walt. Morris, Mill ho. Brook st
Thompson Herbert H. 57 Western rd
Thurston Capt. George, Miswell ho.
    Miswell lane
Turrell Wm. Airdale, Beaconsfield rd
Vaisey Arthur William, Holly field
Vaisey Mrs. Roland, The Bungalow,
    Miswell lane
Williams Mrs. Joseph Grout, Pendley
Williams Miss, Hawkwell, Station rd
Winterton Mrs. St. Kilda, Western rd
Wright Albert Ebenezer, 1 Park road
Wright Walter Edwd. 29 Western rd
Young George Thomas, High street

Early closing day, Wednesday.
Marked thus ° farm 150 acres or over.

Agricultural Society (F. J. & G. M.
    Brown. joint secs.), 41 High street
Allison Rt. Wm. corn mer. Western rd
Ancient Order of Foresters (Court
Albion. 4,423) (John Bagnall, Hope
    cottages, King street, sec.), Church
    house, Western road
Austin & Hedges, painters, Longfield
Ayres George & Son, dairymen,
    Bulbourne road, New Mill
Bagnall Arth. Jas tailor, 1 Albert st
Bagnall Edgar William, watch maker.
    61 Akeman street
Bagnall Ernest (Mrs), draper,
    Longfield road
Barclay Bank Limited (Oswald Hart,
    manager), Western road (T N 61);
    London office, 54 Lombard st EC 3
Barker Ellen (Mrs.), beer retailer, 31
    King street
Batchelor Brothers, drapers 29, &
    grocers 30 & 32. Akeman street
Bell James, farmer, Shire Lane farm
Bell Robert, marine store dealer,
    Frogmore street
Bell Thomas J. manager of the
    Midland Bank Ltd. High st. T N 105
Bly Arthur, butcher, 40 Akeman st
Bly John, antique dealer, 50 High st
Bly William, furniture dlr. 2 Brook st
Bond Horace James & Sons, bakers,
    25 Akeman street
Bovington Chas smallholder, Miswell
Brendon Frederick & Son, glaziers,
    Henry street
Brandon George Thomas, house
    furnisher, Western road
Brooks Jesse Thomas, painter, The
    Ferns. New Mill
Brooks Mary (Mrs.). shopkpr. New Mill
Brown W. & Co. F.S.I. land agents,
    auctioneer, architects & surveyors,
    41 High street. Tel. No. 11

Brown Edward Middleton B.A., M.D.,
    L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. physician &
    surgeon, & medical officer for Tring
    district, Berkhamsted union,
    Westbury, Western road. T N 43
Brown Samuel G. beer retailer,
    Frogmore street
Bumstead Frederick, gamekeeper to
    Mrs. Williams, Pendley Beeches
    Burbridge George, hardware dealer,
    26 Western road
Burch James, tailor, 62 Wingrave rd.
    New Mill
Burrough Wm. tinsmith, Queen st
Bushell Brothers, boat builders, New
    Mill. T N 10
Butler Charles, chimney sweep,
    Miswell lane
Carr Richardson, agent to the exors.
    of Hon. N. Charles Rothschild,
    Estate office, High street
Cash & Co. boot makers, Western rd
Castle George, confr. Western road
Cato Thos. boot maker, 23 Akeman st
Chapman Joseph Herman, butcher,
    Western road. T N 103
Chequers Café (Miss F. A. Syme),
    Western road
Clark Jas. & Son, tailors, 44 Frogmore st
Clarke Joseph, farmer, Park Hill &
    Gamnel farms
Clement John T. & Son, watch &
    clock makers, 33 High street
Cooper Henry, Carrier, Akeman street
Cosier & Con, tailors, Western road
Couzens Jesse, dairyman, Western rd
Cox Frederick Wm. John, naturalist,
    Fairfield, Western road
Crisp Fred, Grand Junction Arms
    P.H. Bulbourne
Cross Geo. Wm. & Son, tailrs. Western rd
Digweed Arthur, saddler, Henry st
Dingley George S., L.D.S.R.C.S.Eng.
    dentist, Bayley, Western rd. T N 109
Drayton William, boot repairer,
    Wingrave road, New Mill
Dutch Walter, shopkpr. 11 Akeman st
Dutch Walter James, tobacconist,
    confectioner & fancy goods dealer,
    Aylesbury road
Dye Arthur, gardener to the exors. of
    Hon. N. Charles Rothschild, The
    Gardens, Tring park
Eggelton William, smallholder
Elvy Geo. Edwd. baker, Longfield rd
Empire-Picture Palace (Tring Cinema
    Co. Limited), Akeman street
Fincher Hy. John, builder, 28 Western
    road (T N 25) & Buckland common
Fincher May (Miss), confr. 28 High st
Foskett George, boot & shoe dealer.
    38 High street
Fowler Thomas, shire horse breeder,
    The Stud Farm. T N 99
Gates E. (Mrs.), tobacconist, 27 High st
Gibbs Wm. insur. agt. 1a Langdon st
Gilbert E. collector to Tring Urban
    District Council, Longfield road
Gillingham Emanuel, beer retailer,
    Frogmore street
Glover Thomas & Sons, grocers, 19
    High street. T N 8
Goddard George, news agt. 20 High st
Gower John & Son, coal merchants.
    1 Queen street
Gower Arthur, garage proprietor,
    Goldfield ho. Western rd. T N 27
Gower John, china & glass dealer, 56
    & 57 High street
Gower Nathaniel, confectioner, 56
    High street
Grace Gilllert & Son, ironmongers.
    Western road. T N 3
Grace Frank. corn merchant. 15 Akeman
    street (T N 102) & farmer,
    Little Tring Farm
Grace Harold Frank, baker, Western rd
Grand Junction Canal Co. (engineering
    department) (depot) (Fredk. Rodley,
    engineer in charge), Bulbourne
    T N 62

Grand Junction Canal Pumping
    Station & Reservoir (Frederick Mew,
    engineer), Little Tring
Grange Herbt. & Co. corn merchants,
    The Grove. T N 16
Grange Herbert, farmer, Grove farm,
    T N 16
Greening Wm. draper, 31 & 32 High st
Griffin Charles & Son, grocers, 38
    Frogmore street
Gurney Amos, watch repr. Miswell la
Hance Robert, boot repr. 21 Park rd
Hance Robt. tailor, 11 Langdon st
Hawes B. & S. grocers, Frogmore st
Hawes William Thomas, baker, 31
    Frogmore street
Hearn Ephraim, Castle P.H. Park rd
Hedges John & Sons, decorators &
    glaziers, Parsonage place
Hedges Alfred, painter, see Austin &
Hedges Herbert N. surveyor &
    inspector of nuisances to Tring
    Urban District Council, Market
    house, Akeman street. T N 47
Higson Alfred John L.D.S.R.C.S.Eng.
    surgeon-dentist. (attends monday, 2
    to 4), Western road
Hobbs James, stone mason,
    Addiefield, Western road
Hockney Edward A. nurseryman,
    Longfield road. T A “Hockney,

Hononr J. & Son Limited, builders,
    Akeman street. T N 14
Hopkins Fanny Elizabeth (Miss),
    grocer, Miswell lane
Howard Harry, Britannia inn,
    Western road
Howlett Cyril, shopkeeper, & post
    office, King street
Howlett Florence (Miss), shopkeeper,
    87 Akeman street
Howlett Fdk. Chas. baker, Western rd
Howlett Harold, hardware dealer, 21
    & 22 Charles street
International Tea Co.’s Stores Ltd.
    Western road. T N 7
Ives Alfred, beer retailer, New Mill
Ives Arthur Chas. draper, 25 Charles
    st. & milliner, 36 High st. T N 73
Ives Hy. beer retailer, 54 Akeman st
Jacklin Frederick Thomas & Son, hair
    dressers, Western road
Jenkins Louis, George hotel, Western
Johnson Henry & Son, fishmongers,
    Frogmore street. T N 45
Jones Alfred, saddler, 30 High street
Keen Philip, baker, 18 Henry street
Kempster Robert, insurance agent &
    branch manager to Ministry of
    Labour Employment Exchange, 21
    King street. T N 65
Kettle Robert Baily, boot repairer,
    15a, Albert street
Kingham Benj. cycle agt. Western rd
Kirby Wm. shopkeeper, 36 Albert st,
Knight Sarah Maria (Mrs.), plumber,
    85 Akeman street
Lawson Christine Mary (Miss), grocer
    & wine & spirit dealer, 25 High
    street. T N 7
Liddington Wm. beer ret. Frogmore st
Lockhart William, coal & coke
    merchant, Western road. T N 9
London Central Meat Co. Limited.
    butchers, 35 High street
Luck Sidney, draper, Western road
Macham Frederick Wm. undertaker;
    see Osborn & Macham
Mannington Mary (Mrs.), Shopkeeper,
    Post office, New Mill
Martin Thomas, Queen’s Arms PH
    Wingrave road, New Mill
Mead Frederick, hay & straw
    merchant, Pendley wharf
Mead Walter, farmer, Parsonage
    Bottom farm
Mead William Newman, miller, New
    Mill. T N 20


Midland Bank Ltd. (branch) (Thos.
    J. Bell, manager), 21 & 22 High
    street (T N 105); London office, 5
    Threadneedle street E C 2
Miles Albert Horatio, Bell inn, 37
    High street
Morrison John Wm. Thos. (M.P.S.)
    & Co. chemists & druggists &
    photographic sundriesmen. T N 5;
    T A ”Morrison, Tring”
National Farmers’ Union (Tring
    branch) (Leonard Newman, sec.),
    41 High street
National Provincial Bank Ltd.
    (Herbert Howland Thompson,
    manager). 20 High street (T N 48);
    London office, 15 Bishopsgate E C 2
Newell George, insurance agent, 7
    Bunstrux villas
Nightingale Samuel John, beer
    retailer, 25 Western road
Norman Joseph, farm bailiff to
    Reuben Bedford esq. Grange farm
Oddfellows (Loyal Sincerity Lodge)
    (Manchester Unity) (Joseph Gurney
    sec, 4 Longfield road),
    Vestry hall
O’Keeffe Charles Edward L.R.C.P. &
    S.I. physician & surgeon, &
    medical officer & public vaccinator
    for the Aldbury district of the
    Berkhamsted union & certifying
    factory & Admiralty surgeon,
    23 High st. T N 51
Osborn & Macham, undertakers,
    Oakleigh, Western road
Pearman Thomas James, Robin Hood
    P.H. Brook street
Philbey Frederick, threshing machine
    & traction engine propr. New Mill
Pockett George William, King’s Arms
    P.H. King-street
Pratt Harold, farmer, Wick farm
Pratt Jabez, insurance agent,
    Western road
Pratt John, farmer, Folly farm
Prentice Ebenezer & Son, motor
    engineers, Western road. T N 17
Prickett Annie (Mrs.), refreshment
    rooms. 91 Akeman street
Producers’ Supply Co. butchers, 21
    Wingrave road, New Mill
Putnam John, grocer & wine & spirit
    dealer. 53 High street
Ramand William George, fruiterer,
    Miswell lane
Rawlins H. & Sons, painters,
    4 Langdon street
Rawlins Sydney, boot repairer,
    6 Western road
Reeve Joseph, gardener to Arthur
    Butcher esq. Frogmore street
Robins & Marriott, engineers & motor
    & R.A.C. agents, 51 & 52 High
    street. T N 67
Rodwell W. J. & Sons, brewers &
    mineral water manufacturers,
    Akeman street. T N 21

Rolfe Frederick & Son, coal merchants
    14 Western road. T N 57
Rolfe Frederick (Mrs), boot maker,
    3 Frogmore street
    Houses Ltd. proprietors). T N 26
Room Ellenor (Miss), milliner, 31
    Charles street
Rothschild Museum (Dr. Ernst
    Hartert, director; Dr. Karl Jordan,
    curator of entomological depart-
    ment; open to the public, mon.
    tues. wed. & fri. Akeman street
    (T N 55) & Park road
Sallery Geo & Son, butchers, 24 High st
Sanders & Sons, fruiterers, 34 High
    street T N 52
Sayer Geo. hair dresser, 12 Akeman st
Simmons Thos. shopkpr. 17 Chapel st
Singlehurst Samuel, butcher, 55
    High Street. T N 49
Smith Edwin & Sons, builders. Brook st
Smith Alex M.P.S. chemist, 26 High st
Smith Alfred, deputy registrar of
    births & deaths for Tring sub-
    district, Berkhamsted union,
    Rose villa, Bulbourne road
Stevens Edward J. motor cycle
    agent, 42 Frogmore street
Stratford Geo. blacksmith, 54 High st
Talmar & Eldridge, boot repairers,
    2 Albert street
Taylor George Edwin, hair dresser,
    Western road
Thorp & Son, grocers, Western road.
    T N 58
°TimberIake Joseph, farmer, Hastoe
    farm. T N 42
Tompkins Alfred James, fruiterer,
    46 Frogmore street
Tring Cemetery (A. W. Vaisey, clerk;
    A. Brooke Turner, deputy clerk),
    Western road
Tring & District Conservative Club
    (Henry Bernard Phillips, sec.),
    Western road
Tring Co-operative Industrial &.
    Provident Society Ltd. (Edward
    Wright, sec.), 58, 59 & 60 High
    street: Charles street & 3 Western
    road. T N 35
Tring Fat Stock Sale (W. Brown &
    co. auctioneers)
Tring Gas Light & Coke Co. Limited.
    (Edward Wright, sec.), Western
    road; works, Brook street
Tring Nursing Home (Lady Rothschild,
    president; Richardson Carr Esq..
    hon. sec.; Miss M. A. Green, nurse
    in charge), Station road. T N 91
Trust Houses Ltd. (Sharman Freeman,
    manager), Rose & Crown
    hotel, High street. T N 26
Turner A. Brooke. solicitor (firm,
    Vaisey & Turner), deputy clerk to
    Tring Urban District Council &
    deputy clerk to Berkhamsted

Guardians & Rural District Council,
    Western road
Turney Albert Arthur, cycle agent,
    81 Akeman street
Turney Arthur Edward, boot
    repairer, 14 Akeman street
Underwood Fredk Sons, builders,
    31 Wingrave road, New Mill
Urban District Isolation Hospital (E.
    Middleton Brown M.D. & Charles
    Edward O
Keeffe L.R.C.P. & S.I.
    hon. medical officers; Miss M.
    Riddle, matron), Little Tring road.
    T N 38
Vaisey & Turner, solicitors, Western
    road. T N 39
Vaisey Arthur William, solicitor &
    commissioner for taking oaths
    (firm, Vaisey & Turner), clerk to
    the Tring Urban District Council,
    clerk to the Berkhamsted.
    Guardians & Rural District Council
    & to the Tring Urban Local
    Education Sub-Committee,
    Western road & at 213 High street,
    Great Berkhamsted
Waldock Fdk. Geo. baker, Western rd
Warrior William T, temperance
    hotel, 36 Akeman street
Warrior Rt. baker, 89 & 90 Akeman st
Westcott Tomas, head gardener to
    Mrs. Williams, Pendley Beeches
Westron Frank Lionel, nurseryman,
    High street & Mortimer hill
Wheeler Brothers, drapers, 48 & 49
    High street. T N 95
Wilkins Bob, smallholder, Miswell
Wilkins Hannah (Mrs.), shopkeeper,
    New Mill
Wilkins James Parker, foreman to
    Mr. J. Clarke, Gamnel Farm
Wilkins Walter, carman, Bulbourne
    road. New Mill
Wilson Capt. Arthur C., M.R.C.V.S.
    veterinary surgeon (attends mon.),
    Western road
Woodbridge Gilbert J. stationer,
    High street. T N 13
Woodward Geo. grocer, 18 Akeman st
Wright & Sons, butchers, 39 High st.
    T N 18
Wright & Wright, carriage builders,
    50 & 51 Western road. T N 12
Wright Edward, builders’ merchant,
    Western road. T N 24
Wright Frank, farmer, Dunsley farm
Wright George. baker, Longfield road
Wright Harry, taxi proprietor, 17
    Western road. T N 36
Wright Walter Edward, boys’ school
    & registrar of births, marriages &
    deaths for Tring sub-district, Berk-
    hamsted district, 29 Western road
Young Men's Christian Association
    (Walter Batchelor. hon. treas.)
    Akeman street
Young Hy, Jas. shopkpr. Western rd