A flavour of life in Hungerford in the Victorian period can be gleaned from the Obituary of Mr Enos Price, who ran a coaching
business to Hungerford in the mid 19th century. There is also an article entitled "Reminiscent of the Old Coaching Days", relating to Enos' older brother Zebedee Price.
Jim Wildhaber kindly added by email (Mar 2011):
"You might like to have the attached photograph of Enos Price which was taken towards the end of his life.
His obituary is misleading in that it gives the impression that he retired immediately after giving up farming. There
was a gap of 20 to 25 years in between.
In 1877 he was living in Hungerford and was "Goods Agent for Great Western and Hants &