LYMINGE or LIMINGE is a small village 12 miles from Dover, in Elham union,
Loningborough hundred and lathe of Shepway. The church of St Mary and St Edburgh
is an old building. The living is a rectory, the Rev. Robert Charles Jenkins,
M.A., Rector. The Wesleyans have a meeting house. The population in 1851 was
EACHEND HILL or ETCHING HILL is one mile S.E.; Broad street half a mile south;
Yew Tree Cross half a mile north; Ottinge one mile N.E.; Sibtin half a mile N.
W.; Longage one mile N.W.; Woodlands half a mile west; Rhoads or Road Minnis one
mile and'a half N.W.; Shettlefield one mile and a half east; Hempstead two miles
POST OFFICE - Thomas Jacob, Receiver. The nearest Money Order-Office is at
Elham Union House, Eachend hill
Rev, Benjamin Cobb, chaplain
James Beattle and William Taylor Tyson, Esqrs., surgeons
William Birch, master
Mrs. Jane Birch, mistress
Edwin William Major, schoolmaster
Miss Elizabeth Cheeseman, schoolmistress
Broadbridge, Mr. William
Jenkins, Rev. Robert Charles, MA., rector
Laver, Mr. George
Nugent, George, Esq., Sibtin
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