Hopley’s Green is a hamlet, 1 mile north-north-east, in Wolphy hundred. The area Is about 400 acres. Miss Elizabeth Foley is lady of the manor; Miss Elizabeth Foley and F. Downes, Esq., are chief landowners.
Logaston is a hamlet, 1 mile east, in Wolphy hundred. The area is about 200 acres. Miss E. Foley is lady of the manor; and Miss E. Foley, Mrs. Onslow, and Miss Pember are chief landowners. Newport House is the residence of Richard Foley Onslow, Esq., J.P.
Upcott Cross, Meer Common, and The Stocks are places are.
Parish Clerk, John Harper
Edwards Rev, William, M.A., J.P. The Vicarage
Onslow Richd. Foley, esq. J.P. Newprt. ho
Williams Henry Hunter, esq
Baird Henry, beer retailer
Ball Thomas, farmer, New house
Bowcott John, boot & shoe maker
Dnvies John, farmer, Ahneley Wootton
Ford James, farmer, Bridge
Foster Thomas, farmer, Old Castle
Griffiths Thomas, Buck inn, Wootton
Hankins Joseph, farmer, Woonton
Hankins Richard, farmer, Upcott
Harper John, wheelwright, Woonton
Jenkins Wm. farmer, Hopley’s green
Jones Edward, farmer & cattle dealer, The Stocks
Lilwall William, farmer, Woonton
Lloyd Thomas, cooper & shopkeeper
Mainwaring James, farmer, Upcott
Michael William, tailor
Ovens John, farmer, Meer common
Price John, blacksmith, Woonton
Pritchard Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Logaston
Prosser Thomas, shopkeeper, Wootton
Russell Joseph, Plough, Woonton
Shears James, farmer, Lower Wootton
Smith Samuel, farmer, Lower Wootton
Sneade John, farmer
Stimson James, farmer
Vale John, carpenter
Vaughan William, shopkeeper
Wall William, farmer, Hopley’s green
Williams Thomas, Bell, & blacksmith
Williams Thomas, carpenter
Post Office, Wootton. — Mrs. Isabella Treherne, postmistress. Letters arrive from Hereford at 8.30 a.m.; dispatched at 3.30 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Eardisley.
National School (mixed), John Miller, master; Mrs. Martha Miller, mistress
Source: Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire and the City of Bristol, Printed and Published by Kelly and Co., Old Boswell Court, St. Clement’s, Strand, London. 1863.