RUCKINGE is a parish, seven miles south of Ashford, 21 miles from Canterbury,
and one mile from the railway station at Ham Street. The church
of St. Mary Magdalen is small, and in good repair. The living is a rectory,
in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Charles Barlow,
M.A., is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 402. Horton Green
is a hamlet one mile north; Gasserd Green and Harding Green are two
POST-OFFICE- Mrs. Charlotte Wanstall, Post-Mistress. The nearest Money Order
Office is at New Romney.
Rev. Charles Barlow, M.A., Rector.
Aveling, Thomas, brick and tile maker, and farmer
Barman, John, shoemaker
Brooks, Edward, blacksmith
Crust, John, shopkeeper
Dimon, William, farmer
Godden, George, Blue Anchor
Godden, John, former
Godden, Jeremiah, farmer and collector of taxes
Jarvis, Edward, farmer
Lord, William, grazier
Mills, John, farmer
Rolfe, Charles, farmer
Russell, John, miller
Sibery, Edward, farmer, Langden Farm
Swaffer, John, farmer
Taylor, Richard, farmer
Wanstall, Charlotte, grocer and post-mistress
Woodland, Henry Carpenter, farmer
All transcriptions and imagery is copyright, and excepting personal usage (which is fine); it is NOT available for commercial usage or copying onto other websites without explicit permission.
Many of the images, and all of the transcriptions are the work of myself and other contributors - please do not steal this work.
Here is my site for accessible transport in London, aka nogobritain.com; It is not bad, but help me to make it better.
Please support a campaign for Bangladesh, which will add a few pence to a piece of clothing
emailing these companies who wish to see people dieing without decent
rights, and also stop shopping in these places - thank you. E.g. Debenhams, Gap and ASDA (Walmart).
I will remove the companies names when they sign up to a fair deal for the workers in Bangladesh