Appledore, Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

APPLEDORE is a village with a railway station, seven miles from Rye, 23 from Canterbury, and 10 south from Ashford. The church of St. Peter and St. Paul appears to be of ancient date. The living is a vicarage, with the perpetual curacy of Ebony. The Rev. W. W. Kirby is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was, 621.

POST-OFFICE. - William Durrant, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at Tenterden.

Kirby, Rev. W. W., Vicarage
Paine, Thomas, Esq., Forstall Hall
Spelsted, the Misses M. and A.


Adams, Sion, farmer
Allen, George, seedsman, &c.
Allen, G. N., corn factor, and coal merchant
Ames, Basil, blacksmith
Ames, Benjamin, builder, &c.
Andres, Charles, farmer
Apps, Richard, grocer
Ashbee, Mrs. Celia, the Swan
Ashbee, Joseph, poulterer
Avery, Thomas, baker
Avery, Alfred, carrier
Avery, Edward, grocer
Bates, Miss M., dressmaker
Blackman, John, agent to the Norwich
Union Fire and Life Office, coal merchant, and corn factor
Blinks, Benjamin, shoemaker
Blink, Miss Ann, dressmaker, &c.
Bourn, John, farmer
Brown, B., farmer
Carrick, Miss, mistress of national school
Chennell, William, grazier
Cock, Albert, farmer, Court Lodge
Cock, Edwin, farmer
Crux, Henry, miller
Downe, Benjamin, grazier
Durrant, William, grocer, draper, ironmonger, and postmaster
Dunster, George, butcher
Elliott, G., tailor
Kingsnorth, Jacob, grazier
Kingsnorth, Jacob, jun., grazier
Laker, Thomas, wheelwright
Munn, David shoemaker
Neve, John, Veterinary surgeon
Paine, George, hairdresser
Paine, John, shoemaker and shopkeeper
Paine, Thomas, grazier
Palmer, John, painter, &c.
Parks, Esau, Red Lion Inn
Pearson, Mrs. Ann, grazier
Pearson, Thomas, cattle salesman
Pilcher, Thomas, Man of Kent Inn
Relph, Edward, gardener
Riddles, Thomas, farmer and grazier
Riddles, Henry, grazier
Shrewsbury, Richard, station master
Springett, John, harness maker
Spry, John, shoemaker
Stanley, Thomas, bootmaker
Strickland, Mrs., school
Turner, Daniel, miller and baker
Walker, Charles, master of national school
Walker, George, saddler
Walker, Thomas, farmer
Whitcomb, John, basket maker
Wickman, John, butcher

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