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Benenden, Cranbrook, Tunbridge Wells

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Pubs in Benenden

BENENDEN, or BENNENDEN, is a village and parish of the same name, seven miles south from Headcorn station, and four S.E. from Cranbrook. The population in 1851 was 1,608. The church, dedicated to St. George, is an ancient edifice. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of Thomas Law Hodges, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. Daniel Boys, M.A. Here is also a dissenting meeting-house.

POST-OFFICE. - Henry Hinkley, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office
is at Cranbrook.


Boys, Rev. Daniel, M.A., Vicarage
Cleveland, Miss
Hodges, Miss, Hemsted place
Neve, Thomas, Esq.
Thornton, Rev. W. W., Curate
Wells, R., Esq., M.D.


Ashmole, John, farmer
Austin, James, beer retailer
Barden, William and George, wheelwrights
Buckland, John, farmer
Chittenden, Thomas, grocer, etc.
Colebrook, Cornelius, farmer
Cook, Henry, beer retailer
Crawfield, Samuel, veterinary surgeon
Dunk, Jonathan, blacksmith
Farley, Richard, tailor
Golding, James, miller
Hague, Isaac, shopkeeper
Handcock, W. D., farmer
Harden, William G., farmer
Hudson, George, farmer
Hyland, Robert, shoemaker
Judge, James, executors
Lansdell, William, farmer
Mount, Thomas, farmer
Munn, George, blacksmith
Munn, Jarvis, shoemaker
Neve, Richard, Esq., farmer
Parrett, Richard, brickmaker
Roots, John, blacksmith
Simmons, Frederick, grocer etc
Sharpe, Samuel and Frederick, carpenters
Shoobridge, John, plumber and painter
Shoobridge, Edwin, bricklayer
Southon, Owen, grocer, &c.
Wenman, William, carpenter
Wenman, E. G., farmer
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