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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.
DUNKIRK. The ville of Dunkirk is an extra-parochial liberty, 4 miles west of
Canterbury, 4 miles S.E. from Faversham, and 50 miles from London by road. Christ
Church stands on a lofty eminence: was built in 1840 by public subscription. The
living is a perpetual curacy in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The population
was, in 1801, 685. Bosenden is one mile N.E., Winterbourn half-a-mile south.

Letters through Faversham. The nearest Money Order Offices are at Canterbury
and Faversham.

Public Houses in Dunkirk

GENTRY.
Springett, Rev. William John, M.A.
Woollright, Henry, Esq., Berkeley Lodge

TRADERS.
Culver, Edward, charcoal burner
Fox, William, fruiterer
Gorham, Stephen, grazier
Kirby, Joseph, pork butcher
Pay, Elias, Woodman's Hall
Payne, William, Gate, Dunkirk-hill
Saddleton and Broadhridge, timber merchants
Saddleton, John, farmer, Foresters' Lodge
Saddleton, Thomas, farmer, Bosenden
Theobalds, Thomas, Lion
Waters, William, blacksmith

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