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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Public Houses in Stansted

STANSTEAD is a parish, nine miles S.W. from Gravesend, and three miles north from Wrotham. The population in 1851 was 440. Here is a parish church, of which the Rev. Thomas Nunn is rector.

FAIRSEAT is a hamlet, one mile S.E., and contains 103 inhabitants.

Letters received through Sevenoaks. The nearest Money Order Office is at Wrotham.

Rev. Thomas Nunn, M.A., Rectory.

TRADERS.
Bodiam, James, Horse and Groom
Crowder, John, fruiterer
Crowhurst, Edward, farmer
Godley, Friend, shopkeeper and farmer
Goodwin, Mrs Harriet, beer retailer
Hawkins, William, farmer, keeper
Hills, Henry Wood, broker
Jarvis, William, shoemaker
Jeal, Jeremiah, Vigo
Potsick, William, farmer
Skudder, Thomas, Black Horse, and shopkeeper
Sparks, John, farmer
Wadlow, Edmund, blacksmith
Walter, Henry, carpenter
Walter, William, farmer

FAIRSEAT.

GENTRY.

Goldicutt, Mrs.
Grant, Horace, Esq.,
Hickson, William Edward, Esq., Manor House
Partridge, Mr. Edward

TRADERS.

Crowhurst, Edward, farmer
Grant, Miss Hannah,]adies' boarding school
Ward, Miss Sarah, day school

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