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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Aldington, East Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ALDINGTON is a village, one mile south from Smeeth station, twenty miles from Canterbury, seven miles west from Hythe, and six miles S.E. from Ashford station. The population in 1851 was 741. The church is dedicated to St. Martin. The living is a rectory, with the Chapel of Smeeth, and a peculiar of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Goldwell is three quarters of a mile N.W.; Simnel, one mile N.W.; Stone Stead Green, one mile N.W.; Grigley, two miles N.W.; Bank House, two miles west; Chequer Tree, two miles and a half west; Aldington Freight, two miles west; Clap Hill, one mile N. W.; Park House, Court Street, Elley Gale, and Brent, one mile and a half S.E.

    POST-OFFICE.-Robert Scott, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Offices are at Hythe and Ashfprd.

    Plater, Rev. C. E., M.A., Curate.

    TRADERS.

    Amos, Thomas, bricklayer
    Burch, John, farmer
    Chambers, William, farmer
    Cheeseman, Thomas, miller
    Divers, William, Walnut Tree Inn
    Dryland, William, grazier
    Easton, James, veterinary surgeon
    Foord, William, farmer
    Foord, Richard, grazier
    Fuller, John, farmer
    Gardner, Stephen, farmer
    Goldup, Jolm Edward, farmer
    Gotts, Phillips, fanner
    Hart, Stephen, farmer
    Hobbs, Bedo, grazier
    Hooker, Stephen, grazier
    Hooker, William, farmer
    Lacey, John, surgeon
    Londen, John, farmer
    Mills, John, farmer
    Mills, Samuel, farmer and wheelwright
    Mittell, William, Good Intent Inn and wheelwright
    Philpott, Richard, florist
    Rayner, Edward and Ann, farmers
    Riddles, Frederick, butcher and salesman
    Rogers, Richard, grazier
    Scott, Robert, grocer and draper, and coal merchant
    Seelley, Ferminger, blacksmith
    Sutton, Henry, farmer
    Squires, Thomas, grocer
    Wilson, Thomas, carpenter and builder
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