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    WOULDHAM is a village, three miles south of Rochester. The population was in 1851, 343. The church is very ancient. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of the Bishop of Rochester; the Rev. Frederick Boyd is the incumbent.

    Letters received through Rochester, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    GENTRY.
    Boyd, Rev. Frederick, Rector | Peters, William, Esq., Wouldham Hall

    TRADERS.

    Baker, Henry, blacksmith
    Boorman, Frederick, wheelwright
    Castle, Thomas, beer retailer
    Freen and Co., cement manufacturers, etc.
    Hart, Thomas, beer retailer
    Langford, William, Waterman's Arms
    Pearce, John, farmer
    Pye, William, farmer
    Perrin, William, shopkeeper
    Sankey, William, lime merchant, Mansion House
    Stephens, Stephen, beer retailer
    Watts, Robert, farmer


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