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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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Appledore, Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

    Kent Districts & Kent Lathes| Kent Villages and Towns A - Z

    Public Houses in Appledore

    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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