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Turvey is a village, parish and a station on the Bedford and Northampton branch of the Midland railway, 7 miles north-
Parish Clerk, Richard Wooding.
POST & MONEY ORDER & TELEGRAPH OFFICE
Savings Bank & Government Annuity & Insurance Office -
Letters received from Bedford at 8 am & 12 pm; dispatched at 4.45 pm; Sundays at 3.25 pm
INSURANCE AGENT -
Reading Room, George Taylor, Librarian
National, George Taylor, master; James Gardner, pupil teacher
Infant, Miss A. Hulatt, mistress; Mary Elizabeth Foskett, pupil teacher
Reformatory, John Jones, superintendent
Midland railway, to all parts; (vacant), station master
Thomas Bailey, to & from Bedford, Monday, Wednesday & Saturday; to & from Olney, Thursday
Field passes through from Olney to Bedford, Thursday
This is a transcription of the listing of the 1877 Post Office Directory entry for Turvey. Many thanks to Mr Brian Comley for kindly sending me this information.
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