BREDGAR is a parish and village, three miles S.W. of Sittingbourne. The
population in 1851 was 594. Here is also a parsih church. The living is a
vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. S. R. Piggott. Bexan, or Baxan, is one
mile S.E.; Swanton, three quarters of a mile S.W.; Silver Street, a quarter of a
mile west; Dean Bottom, one mile west; Stiff Street and Fridwood, one mile N.W.;
Car Street and Sutton Barn, one mile and a half north.
POST-OFFICE. - Batchelor, Earle, sen., Receiver. Letters received through
Sitting- bourne. The nearest Money Order Office is at Sitting bourne.
Cobb, George, Esq., Bredger House | Piggott, Rev. Samuel R., M.A., Incumbent
Ashdown, John, school Bensted, Thomas, farmer, Swan Court
Bonny, John, farmer
Dean, Frederick James, butcher Dunford, Edward, farmer, Sutton Barn
Earle, Batchelor, sen., post-office, carpenter and wheelwright Goathem, George, carpenter and parish clerk Goodhew, George, Sun Goodhew, William, grocer, etc., Swan court
Hodge, Joseph, bricklayer Inchcomb, Henry, carpenter and wheelwright
Radcliff, Richard, farmer, Baxon
Reed, Henry, smith and farrier
Sage, William, grocer and beer retailer, Silver Street Scooms, Edward, boot and shoe maker
Solomon, William, farmer, Parsonage
Wood, George, baker
Wood, Richard, grocer, &c.
Wood, William, farmer Wyles, James, miller, Dean's Hill
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