Slater’s (late Pigot & Co,) Royal National Commercial Directory of Gloucester, Hereford, Monmouth, Shropshire, and North and South Wales, and of the City of Chester (1868)
WELLINGTON, WITH [surrounding parishes including] WATERS-UPTON, […]
The following parishes are all in the neighbourhood of Wellington, but are too small to merit separate notice. The distances given are all from Wellington, and the populations are from the returns of 1861:— […] Waters Upton, or Upton Parva, 5 miles N.; population, 197.
[Note: Only the categories containing entries for Waters Upton, and entries within those categories for residents of Waters Upton, are shown below.]
Rural Messengers—[…] Letters from [a long list of hamlets and villages including Waters Upton] arrive at seven night, and are despatched at half-past five morning.
Gentry & Clergy.
Davies Rev. J. B. Waters Upton
Halke Rev. Thos. LL.B. Waters Upton
Halke Rev. Thos. LL.B. Withington
Meredith Miss —, Waters Upton
Morgan John, Esq. Waters Upton
Taylor Mrs. —, Waters Upton
Academies & Schools.
Parochial School, […]
Walker Mrs. —, Waters Upton
Workhouse School, Waters Upton—Edward Weaving, master; Georgiana Weaving, mistress.
Ridgway James, Waters Upton
Boot & Shoe Makers.
Bennett Thomas, Waters Upton
Tudor Samuel, Waters Upton
Titley Thomas, Waters Upton
Morgan William, Waters Upton
Morgan John, Waters Upton
Jones George, Waters Upton
Taverns & Public Houses.
Swan, Mary Martin, Waters Upton
Retailers of Beer.
Owen Mrs. —, Waters Upton
Public Buildings, Offices, &c.
Places of Worship,
St. Michael’s Church, Waters Upton .. Rev. J. B. Davies, rector
Poor Law Union.
[Workhouse, Walker street]
Relieving Officers .. […] and Thomas Mansell, Waters Upton
From pages 96–101 of the Shropshire section of the directory. Transcribed from a copy viewed online at Findmypast – Britain, directories & almanacs.