ST. MARY'S, or HOO ST. MARY'S, is a village, eight miles N.E. of Rochester, and
11 east of Gravesend. The population in 1851 was 320. The church is dedicated to
St. Mary. The living is a rectory, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev.
Robert G. Burt, M.A. Cervice is half a mile N.E.; Barn Street, one mile east;
Hoppers, half a mile S.E.;
Fen Street, one mile S.W.
Letters received through Rochester, which is also the nearest Money Order
Burt, Rev. Robert Gascoyne, M.A., Rector.
Allen, Robert, farmer
Baldock, George, farmer
Blackeder, Thomas W., farmer
Castle, John, Blue Bell
Elliott, John, shopkeeper
Miller, Charles, blacksmith
Nokes, Abraham, shopkeeper
Pye, Henry, farmer
Wood, George, farmer
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