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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ASH (next Sandwich) is a village and parish three miles N.W. of Sandwich, and ten from Canterbury; in Wingham hundred, lathe of St. Augustine, and Eastry union, East Kent. Guilton, or Giltoa Town, is a hamlet on the same road to the west. The population, in 1851, was 2905. The church of St Nicholas is a handsome cross shaped gothic building. The living is a perpetual curacy, in the bishopric and gift of the Archbishop, and incumbency of the Rev. George Ridout, M.A.The Independents have a neat place of worship also in the village.

    Richborough is a hamlet on a hill, two miles and a half N.E. of Ash, and one mile and a half N.W. of Sandwich. West Marsh two miles from Ash. In 1851 the population was 465.

    Hillcourt, Goss Hall, Green Street, Brook Street, Weddington, and Poulton, are places adjoining Ash. Fleet is two miles and a half N,E.; Cooper Street, two miles N.E.; Sandhills, two miles N.E.; Goldstone, two miles north ; Coss Street, one mile and a half north; Knell, one mile north; Overland, one mile and a half N.W.; Each and Each End, one mile and a half east; Combe, three quarters of a mile S.E.

    POST-OFFICE - George Ratcliffe, Postmaster. The nearest Money Order Office is at Sandwich.

    GENTRY.

    Delmar, Charles, Esq., Guilton Rectory
    Elgar, G., Esq.
    Friend, Miss
    Friend, William, Esq.
    Godden, Captain
    Godfrey, John, Esq., J. P.
    Gardener, Mrs. Austen
    Gardner, Mr. William
    Kelsey, Mr. Thomas
    Ridout, Rev. George, M.A., Perpetual Curate.
    Sladden, Isaac, Esq.
    Tomlin, Thomas Monter, Esq.
    Wells, Mrs.
    Young, Mr. William

    Public Houses in Ash, Thanet

    TRADERS.
    Adley, James, farmer
    Andrews, Vincent, farmer
    Beake, William, farmer
    Bing, Thomas, farmer
    Beer, Alfred, tailor
    Bensley, G., farmer
    Bourne, William, butcher
    Brett, James, bricklayer
    Brett, Richardson, jun., farmer
    Brisley, Charles, bootmaker and hatter
    Brisley, Edward, carpenter
    Brisley, John, shoemaker
    Brisley, John, wheelwright
    Blaxland, Thomas, grocer
    Bubb, Thomas, tailor and hatter
    Buddie, Thomas, blacksmith
    Burfoot, Mrs. Ann, dressmaker and milliner
    Burnap, Frederick, plumber and glazier
    Burton, John, market gardener
    Bushell, Thomas, farmer
    Chandler, John, George and Dragon
    Chandler, John, market gardener
    Chandler, Thomas, farmer
    Chandler, John, jun., farmer
    Chandler, William,, shoemaker
    Coleman, John Noakes, surveyor
    Coleman, Thomas,, farmer, and valuer
    Cook, Charles, farmer
    Cook, James, farmer
    Cook, Thomas. farmer
    Cook, Vincent, farmer
    Cooper, John, Member of the Royal Veterinary College
    Court, Stephen, market gardener
    Crampton, John, miller
    Dixon, Frederick, chemist and druggist
    Elgar, Benjamin, farmer
    Fells, Charles, grocer
    Fells, George, shoemaker
    Fells, James, upholsterer and cabinet maker
    Field, James, saddler
    Friend, William, farmer
    Gardner and Godden, pale ale brewers
    Gilbert, John, grocer
    Goldup, Edward, Chequers, and coal dealer
    Gorton, Miss, ladies' boarding school
    Hadaway, Edward, plumber
    Harden, Albert, tailor and draper
    Harlow, John, shopkeeper
    Harvey, Marshall, farmer
    Hobbs, Richard, maltster and brewer
    Hooker, John, market gardener
    Hopkins, William, blacksmith
    Jacobs, Israel, grocer
    Kingsford, Josiah, beer retailer
     
    Kingsnorth, James, farmer
    Knight, John, cowkeeper
    Lilliot, Edward, market gardener
    Limeburner, Charles, Rose
    Maenally, Henry, farmer
    Marsh, Henry, grocer
    Marsh, Richard, farmer
    Martin, James, farmer
    Maylam, John, farmer
    Morris, William, hairdresser and high constable
    Mummery, Abraham, farmer
    Newing, John, blacksmith
    Petley, John, farmer
    Pettman, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Pettman, James, farmer
    Pettman, William, farmer
    Quelch, Richard, farmer
    Ralph, Thomas, farmer
    Rossiter, William, Ship
    Ratcliffe, George, postmaster
    Ratcliffe, Mary, stationer
    Rogers, Mrs. Harriet, shopkeeper and beer retailer
    Rowe, Hills, farmer
    Sandum, George, farmer
    Setterfield, Edward, pork butcher
    Shepherd, Octavius, farmer
    Sladden and Elgar, surgeons
    Slater, Alfred, farmer
    Smith, Richard Ratcliff, builder
    Solley. Mrs. Ann, farmer
    Solley, George, farmer
    Solley, Giles, farmer
    Solley, Henry, farmer
    Solley, James, farmer
    Solley, John, shoemaker
    Solley, Mrs. Mary, grocer and baker
    Spratt, William, market gardener
    Spratt, John, market gardener
    Stiff, Thomas, jun., farmer
    Stiff, William, baker
    Sutton, Thomas, market gardener
    Tapsell, William, carpenter
    Teall, Stephen, farmer
    Thorp, Thomas Smith, miller
    Tritton, Robert, Marquis of Granby
    Toomer, George Elgar, farmer
    Tolhurst, Mrs., milliner
    Wall, John, shoemaker
    Wells, John, confectioner
    Wells, Edward, saddler
    West, Arthur, Red Lion, and saddler
    Wrake, William, bricklayer
    Young, Edward, blacksmith
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