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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Beckenham, Bromley, Bromley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    BECKENHAM is a large village and parish, 10 miles from London, and two N.W. from Bromley. The population in 1851 was 1,688. In the village and neighbourhood there are many handsome villas. The church is dedicated to St. George, and is a plain building. The living is a rectory, in the gift of John Cator, Esq., diocese of Canterbury, and archdeaconry of Maidstone; the Rev. Frederick Chalmers, B.D., is the rector. The Croydon Railway crosses Penze Common,. a short distance from Beckenham. Clay
    Hill is half a mile east; Elm End, one mile S.W.; Shortlands, one mile and a half east; Langley, two miles south ; Eden, half a mile south; Fox Grove, half a mile N.E. Elmer's End is a hamlet.

    POST-OFFICE. - Richard East, Receiver. Letters arrive from Bromley.


    Adams, Edward R., Esq., Elmer Lodge
    Adams, —, Esq., Clock House
    Bradley, William, Esq.
    Brown, N., Esq.
    Caird, J., Esq., M.P., Langley Park
    Cator, Peter, Esq., Beckenham Hall
    Chalmers, Rev. Frederick, B.D., Rectory
    Desborough, Henry, Esq.
    Duke, Richard, Esq.
    Fortiscue, Henry, Esq., Manor House
    Fowden, Reginald, Esq., Burrell Cottage
    Glass, Francis, Esq.
    Goodhart, Charles, Esq., Langley Lodge
    Hankey, George, Esq.
    Hoare, Mrs., Kelsey Park
    Hoare, Peter, Esq., Kelsey Cottage
    Holland, Launcelot, Esq., Langley
    Holland, Henry, Esq., Beckenham Park
    Hovill, _, Esq., Elm Cottage
    Marshall, John, Esq., Eden Lodge
    Nicholl, Mr. Henry, Langley Cottage
    Ogle, James William, Esq., Oakwood
    Schillis, Mr. Lewis
    Shore, Rev. Robert T., Elmer's end
    Taylor, Richard, Esq., Leicester place
    Tolman, James John, Esq.
    Wathen, Hulbert, Esq., the Lodge
    Whitmore, William, Esq.
    Wilkinson, William Arthur, Esq.
    Wilson, Cornelius Lee, Esq., Village place

    Public Houses in Beckenham


    Bath, William, tailor
    Barnett, Philip, shopkeeper and beer retailer
    Blazey, William, beer retailer, Elmer's end
    Carless, Henry, surgeon
    Chalkin, Richard, farmer, Kent House
    Church, Ebenezer, carpenter and builder
    Churcher, William, shoemaker
    Cumberland, J., tailor
    De Bouin, _, linen draper
    East, Richard, grocer and postmaster
    Fuller and Son, carpenters
    Gibbons, William, farmer, Fox Grove
    Glover, _, shopkeeper
    Hancock, Charles, wheelwright
    Harris, William, bricklayer
    Hillier, Joseph, surveyor of roads
    Holifield, Richard, beer retailer
    James, Thomas, carpenter, etc.
    Leach, Thomas, painter and shopkeeper
    Levens, William, baker and parish clerk
    Luck, William, blacksmith
    Mann, William, saddle and harness maker
    Matthew, Michael, farmer
    Mills, William, wheelwright
    Milward, John, beer retailer
    Offen, George, shopkeeper
    Ovendon, William, Three Tuns
    Overy, George, plumber and glazier
    Peacock, Henry, chemist
    Pettitt, Daniel, beer retailer
    Shaw, William, butcher
    Shaw, William, butcher
    Shoebridge, Samuel, beer, retailer
    Smith, Thomas, baker and grocer
    Snelling, William, maltster and brewer
    Taylor, Michael, boarding school
    Terry, Thomas, baker
    Ward, John, farmer, New Farm
    Watkins, D., farmer
    Wheller, James G, George
    White, James, blacksmith
    Williams, Edward, butcher
    Wood, Mrs Ann, beer retailer
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