LANGLEY is a village, six miles north of Staplehurst station and four miles and
a half S.E. of Maidstone. The church is dedicated to St Mary. The living is a
rectory; the Rev. M. B. Pusey, M.A., is the incumbent. The population in 1851
was 360. Porter's Corner is a quarter of a mile north; Five Wents, half a mile
south; Four Wents, one mile S.W.l Laystead, half a mile S.W.
POST-OFFICE.- Joshua Butcher, Receiver. Letters arrive from Maidstone. The
nearest Money Order Office is at Maidstone.
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