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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


Swingfield Public Houses

SWINGFIELD, is a village six miles north of Folkestone, and six N.W. of Dover, in Folkestone hundred. The church contains a nave, aisle, and chancel, with square tower. The living is a perpetual curacy in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev. George Crespigny Lamotte, M.A. The population in 1851 was 424. St. John's is half a mile north; North Court half a mile N.E.; Stockham three quarters of a mile North; Swanton one mile N.E.; ,Wickham Bushes.two miles N,E; Chalk Sole one and a half miles East; Beard's Hole half a mile South ; Ellinge half a mile S.E.; Everdean one mile South; Bonnington half a mile S.W.; Swingfield Minnis is a large common, one and a half mile west; near it are Foxall Pound Farm, Densell Ridge Row, Oad, Selsted, and Maypole.

Letters received through Canterbury. The nearest Money Order Office is at Dover

Buley, Mr. Thomas

TRADERS,
Bean, William, Carpenter
Buley, George, farmer, St. John's
Court, John, farmer
Dawkins, Thomas, wood dealer
Finnis, James, farmer
Gardner, Mr., miller
Hambrook, Edward, blacksmith.
Hogben, John, farmer
Hogben, Thomas, grocer
Kelsey, Richard, farmer
Maxted, Edward, Chequers, Selstead
Maxted, Richard, Three Bells, and blacksmith
Middleton, William, farmer
Nicholl, Samuel, grazier
Prebble, Michael, farmer, North Court
Prebble, William, farmer
Rigden, Henry, farmer
Roots, William, farmer
Smith, James, Pidduck, farmer
Tritton, William, Horse and Groom





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