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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

    Aylesford, Malling, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    AYLESFORD is a small town and parish in Larkfield hundred, three miles N.W. of Maidstone, and six S.W. of Rochester. The population in 1861 was 1,487. The church is dedicated to St. Peter, and is a handsome, edifice. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester ; the Rev. Edward G. Marsh is the incumbent. Fostal is half a mile east; Preston half a mile S.W.; Bowe Place one mile north; Kewland two miles north; Soddington one mile N.E.; Cow Leaze half a mile N.E.; Pratling Street one mile and a half N.E.; Cussington one mile and a half N.E.

    POST-OFFICE. - Richard Cossom, Receiver. Letters arrive through Maidstone,
    which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    Betts, Edward Ladd, Esq., Preston Hall
    Cheere, Captain John
    Eldred, Mr. Edward
    Marsh, Rev. Edward G., M.A., Vicar, Vicarage
    Summerfield, Mrs. Charlotte E.

    Public Houses in Aylesford


    Aylesford Stoneware Pottery Company, William Finlay, manager
    Baker, Samuel J., Chequers
    Baker, Samuel, plumber
    Barnes, John W., surgeon
    Bateman, Joseph, grocer
    Bath, Stephen, George, Mill Hall
    Beaumont, James, hardwareman
    Brisley, William, farmer
    Brown, James, farmer
    Brown, Thomas, farmer
    Brown, Charles, farmer
    Broad, James, grocer
    Britter, Samuel, tailor
    Caryer, Benjamin, butcher
    Cole, James, farmer
    Cook, John, baker
    Corbett, Seymour, warden of Trinity Hospital
    Cossom, Richard, postmaster
    Cossom, Richard, boot and shoe maker
    Endfield, Thomas, Lower Bell
    Fisher, William, railway station master
    French, Henry, George
    Gibbs, Robert Upton, grocer
    Goldsmith, George, bricklayer
    Goddard, William, hairdresser
    Gorham, Ambrose, butcher
    Green, John, grocer
    Grid, Edward, shoemaker
    Groombridge, Thomas and Richard, bakers
    Hall, James, farmer
    Hawkes, William, grocer
    Joy, John, saddler
    Kemsley, James, wheelwright
    Lepine, James, grocer
    Loveland, William, shoemaker
    Lupton, J., cooper
    Marchants, Alfred P., Anchor
    Monaon, John Shaw, farrier
    Moore, William, shoemaker
    Page, William, sen., carpenter
    Perrin, Jesse, farmer
    Pike, Mark, shoemaker
    Samson, Richard, farmer
    Seager, Mrs. Susannah, shopkeeper
    Smith, John, bricklayer
    Streeton, William, butcher
    Webb, Thomas E., barge builder
    Webb, Thomas, barge builder
    Wood, Edward, farmer, Great Tollington
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