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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

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    Gentry in 1858

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    Traders in 1858 Melvilles Directory by surname

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    Traders in 1858 Melvilles Directory by surname ( C to F)


    Cahill, John, clothier, High street
    Campion, Joseph, fruiterer and greengrocer, Powis street
    Campion, George B., artist, Wellington place, Woolwich common
    Campion, Mrs. Judith, fruiterer, Powis street
    Cann, George T., scourer, Jackson's lane, Woolwich common
    Cann, William J., builder, Brower street
    Cansdale, Arthur, baker, Green's end
    Cansdale, James, umbrella maker, Wellington street
    Careless, John, academy, Rectory place
    Carey, James, greengrocer, Waterman's fields
    Carmichael and Laing, stonemasons, Yorkshire Stone Wharf, Nelson street
    Carr, George and James, cheesemongers, Church street
    Carr, William, grocer, Artillery place
    Carrell, James, tobacconist, High street
    Carter, William H., solicitor, William street
    Casson, John, grocer and cheesemonger, Wellington street
    Cemmitt, Mrs. Sarah, herbalist, Warwick street
    Chalkley, William, general dealer, Warwick street
    Champion, George, haberdasher, Queen street
    Champion, George, linen and woollen draper, High street
    Champion, John, plumber, Hill street
    Champion William H., Salutation, Green's end
    Chandler, Henry, upholsterer, Wellington street
    Chapman, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Standard yard, High street
    Chapman, William, grocer and tea dealer, Church street
    Chasteneuf, Mrs. Eliza, bookseller, stationer, and bookbinder, Samuel street
    Chasteauneuf, Leon Louis, professor of the French language, Samuel street
    Cheeld, William, grocer and cheesemonger, Wellington street
    Cherry, Morris, printer and news agent, Beresford street
    Chetter, James, shopkeeper, Albert street
    Child, John, shopkeeper, Bull field
    Chittick, John, locksmith, &c., New road
    Chorley, William, boot and shoe maker, Henry street
    Church and Son, auctioneers and estate agents, William street
    Clark, Peter Thomas, academy, Queen street
    Clark, Thomas, shopkeeper, Henry street
    Clark, William C,, tobacconist, Albion road
    Clarke, Mrs. Elizabeth, coffee house, Market hill
    Clayton, John, cutler, High street
    Clements, Mrs. Elizabeth, confectioner, Waterman's fields
    Clothier, Charles, china dealer, Albion road
    Clothier, Joseph W., confectioner, etc, Albion road
    Cobb, Mrs. Mary, milliner, Albion road
    Cobham, George, butcher, New road
    Cocking, William, grocer, Frances street
    Cohen, Joseph, academy, Powis street
    Coker, Mrs. Mary Ann, shopkeeper, Lower Harden street
    Colebrook, James, leather seller, Richard street
    Coles, Mrs., Travellers' Home Inn, Trafalgar street
    Collier, James, hairdresser, Church street
    Collins, Mrs., plumber, etc., Beresford street
    Collins, Mrs. Ann, tobacconist, Charles street
    Collins, Richard, gardener, Chapel street
    Collins, John B., boot and shoe maker, Green's end
    Colquhoun, James, solicitor, master extraordinary in Chancery, and commissioner for taking acknowledgments of deeds by married women, Parson's hill
    Combes, William J H., builder, etc., Chapel street
    Connor, William, shopkeeper, Orchard street
    Conroy, James, shopkeeper, Lower Market street
    Conway, John, confectioner, Frances street
    Cook, Samuel, greengrocer, Church street
    Cooke, Thomas, oilman, Richard street
    Cooper, James, general dealer, Church street
    Cooper, John Thomas, butcher, Albion road
    Cope, Thomas, tobacco pipe manufacturer, Henry street
    Cope, William, tobacco pipe manufacturer, Powis street
    Corfleld, William, carpenter and undertaker, Powis street
    Cornish, Mrs. Mary, butcher, Hare street
    Coster, Edwin, grocer, etc., Albion road
    Coultas, William, cork cutter, Union buildings
    Course, George, tinman and brazier, John street
    Covell, Mrs. Ann, grocer, Hill street
    Covil, George Smith, baker, Richard street
    Covil, Edward S., milliner, and under clothing warehouse, Powis street
    Cowell, Thomas S., grocer and cheesemonger, Richard street
    Covil, William James, Albion Tavern, Albion road
    Cowen, Joseph, confectioner, Mulgrave place
    Cox, George Samuel, boot and shoe maker, Church street
    Craig and Son, boot makers, Artillery place
    Creed, William M., ironmonger, Hare street
    Crery, Arthur, beer retailer, New road
    Crimp, John, tobacconist, King street
    Crocker, William, butcher, High street
    Croly, Thomas, dealer in marine stores, Artillery place
    Crossley Jonas, currier and leather seller, William street
    Grout, Thomas, shopkeeper, Union street
    Curran, William, greengrocer, Richard street
    Cutt, Matthew, greengrocer, Frances street
    Dadswell, Mrs. Maria, straw bonnet maker, High street
    Dale, Mrs., coffee house, Beresford street
    Dalladay, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Church street
    Dane, James, baker, Green's end
    Daniels, John, dealer in marine stores, Union buildings
    Davenport, William, engineer and tool maker, Rectory grove
    Davies, Benjamin, surveyor, William street
    Davies, Robert, hairdresser, &c., Beresford street
    Davis and Co., drapers, tailors, and hatters,  and dealers in furniture, High street
    Davis, Ebenezer, and Son, linen and woollen drapers, High street
    Davis, David, cooper, Powis street
    Davis, Hyman, solicitor, Rectory place
    Davis, John, coffee rooms, Bell water gate
    Davis, Thomas, carpenter and undertaker, Powis street
    Davis, William, brickmaker, Ordnance, Woolwich common
    Davisson, James, cook and confectioner, Clarence place, Woolwich common
    Dearsley, Robert, corn and coal merchant, Union row
    Dearsley, John, greengrocer, William street
    Deemer, Edward, greengrocer, High street
    Deer, Mrs. Ann, grocer, High street
    Dempsey, John, artist, Powis street
    Dennen, George, hairdresser, etc, Powis street
    Dennen, Richard, hairdresser, Artillery place
    Dennison, John, cow keeper, High street
    Diblin, Mrs. Eliza, haberdasher, Harden street
    Dicks, Joseph W., grocer and tea dealer, Green's end
    Dixon, Thomas, fruiterer and general dealer, Powis street
    Dixon, John, shopkeeper, Waterman's fields
    Dobb, James, boot and shoe maker, Powis street
    Dobby, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Thomas street
    Dorbon, John, butcher, High street
    Douglas, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Nightingale vale
    Douglas, John, fruiterer, Green's end
    Douthett, Andrew W., grocer, Frances street
    Dove, Samuel, cow keeper, Samuel street
    Down, James, leather cutter, Queen street'
    Dowsing, Isaac C., Royal Pavilion Tavern, North Woolwich
    Dracord, William, general clothier, High street
    Drake, Mrs. Miriam, milliner, Thomas street
    Draper, Mrs. Susan, milliner, Church street
    Driver, John, tailor, Green's end
    Driver, Edward, cabinet maker and upholsterer, Wellington street
    Dunmall, Richard, timber dealer, Chapel row
    Dunmore, Mrs., and Son, rope and twine makers, Powis street
    Dunstan, William, Elephant and Castle, Green's end
    Duploek, William, tobacconist, New road
    Durrant, Walford, draper, High street
    Dwyer, Edmund, manager to Railway Loan Society, William street
    Dwyer, William, Duchess of Wellington, Green's end
    Edwards, J., bookseller, High street
    Edwards, Mrs. Agnes, tobacconist, Queen street
    Edwards, Benjamin, tailor, Thomas street
    Edwards, Edwin, Old Sheer Hulk Tavern, Church street
    Edwards, John and Henry, grocers etc, High street
    Edwards, Mrs Martha, shopkeeper, Warwick street
    Eley, George William, Bell Tavern, Bellwater gate
    Elford, John, boot and shoe maker, New road
    Elliott, Mrs. Maria, grocer, High street
    Ellis, James, George and Dragon, High street
    Ellis, James, boot and shoe maker, Powis street
    Elton, John, fishmonger, Albion road
    Emberson, Thomas, draper, Beresford street
    Emptage, James, dairyman, Bowling Green row
    Evans, John, greengrocer, Wellington street
    Eveling, William, linen and woollen draper, Richard street
    Everest, William, baker, Church street
    Fairbank, James H., chemist and surgeon, dentist, Powis street
    Fairbrother, Edward, baker, Wellington street
    Fairchild, William, chemist, High street
    Farley, Mrs. Susannah, dressmaker, Wellington street
    Farnfield, Samuel, Ordnance Arms Inn, Green's end
    Farr, Mrs. Sarah, beer retailer, Chapel street
    Fennell, George, boot and shoe maker, John street
    Field, Mrs. Sarah, tobacconist, Hog lane
    Figg, James, beer retailer, Prospect row
    Filer, James, dealer in marine stores, Short street
    Filewood, John, wheelwright, Lower road
    Fish, Mrs. Elizabeth, straw bonnet maker, Wellington street
    Fish, William, tailor, Wellington street
    Fish, Peter, tailor, William street
    Fisher, Jacob, general salesman, Artillery place
    Fitzgerald, George, general musical instrument seller, Powis street and Wellington street
    Flartey, the Misses Ann and E., haberdashers, Artillery place
    Fletcher, Elfcin, and Co., coal, coke, slate, and salt merchants, and wharfingers, Trinity wharf, Woolwich, and Commercial wharf, Greenwich
    Fletcher, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Ropeyard rails
    Fludger, William, H., bricklayer, Brook Hill road
    Flynn, Daniel, boot and shoe maker, Union buildings
    Flynn, Daniel Edward, tailor and draper, Brewer street
    Foard, William, eating house, Artillery place
    Ford, Charles, general dealer, New road
    Ford, Mrs. Mary, dealer in marine stores, Union buildings
    Ford, William, tobacconist, Church street
    Forster, Samuel H., hatter and outfitter, Powis street
    Forster, Samuel H., trunk and portmanteau manufacturer, Powis street
    Forster, Charles, hairdresser and tobacconist, Richard street
    Foster, Edmund, General Abercrombie, Artillery place
    Foster, James, agent to the British Industry Life Assurance Office, Edward street
    Fox, Joseph, boot and shoe maker, Lower Market place
    Fox, William, fishmonger, High street
    France, Charles, general dealer, Edward street
    Fry, Charles Frederick, Prince Albert, wine and spirit merchant, Hare street
    Fryer, Donald C., Railway Tavern, King street
    Fuller, James, surgeon and accoucheur, Rectory place
    Furlong, Mrs. Mary Ann, milliner, etc, Charles street
    Furlong John and James, brush turnery and coopery warehouse, Powis street
    Furlong, Mrs. Mary Ann, milliner, Powis street
    Furlong, John and James, auctioneers, upholsterers, cabinet makers, estate agents and valuers, &c., Powis street
    Furse, Mrs. Emma, staymaker, Market hill
    Fyson, Charles, Three Crowns, High street

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