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    Alkham , Dover, Thanet with Dover

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ALKHAM is in Dover union, Folkestone hundred, lathe of Shepway, East
    Kent, five miles north of Folkestone, and west of Dover, and 87 miles from
    London. The population in 1851 was 494. The church of St. Anthony
    the Martyr is a handsome building. The living is a vicarage, with the
    chapel of Capel le'Fearne annexed, is in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
    The Rev. James Eveleigh is the incumbent.

    Banks, John, Esq.
    Eveleigh, Rev. James, M.A., Vicar
    Latham, Rev. Samuel, Curate
    Lidbetter, Mr. Joseph
    Smith, Thomas, Esq.

    Austen, George, farmer
    Austen, Richard, schoolmaster
    Bourne, Thomas, beer retailer
    Claringbould, Israel, farmer
    Collard, Ambrose, grazier
    Collard, Richard, Marquis of Granby
    Collard, William, farmer
    Collier. George, farmer, Drillingore
    Dale, Stephen, farmer
    Davison, William, farmer
    Finch, William, farmer
    Finch, William, Jun., farmer
    Gambrill, Valentine, farmer
    Gates, George, farmer
    Hedgecock, Stephen, blacksmith
    Hogben, William, boot maker
    Horton, John, grocer
    Kitham, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Knocker, George W, paper maker
    Marsh, John jun, maltster
    Matcham, Thomas, farmer
    Palmer, William, beer retailer
    Sharp, John, farmer
    Smith, John, farmer
    Smith, Richard, farmer
    Smith, Simon, farmer
    Tunbridge, Thomas, beer retailer
    Tunbridge, Thomas, grocer and carpenter
    White, John, blacksmith

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