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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

    Bethersden, West Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    BETHERSDEN is a village six miles from Tenterden; six miles from Ashford, and twenty miles from Canterbury. The church is dedicated to St. Beatrice ; the living is a vicarage in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury ; the Rev. A. J. Pearman is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 1,125. Rowsend is one mile and a half east; Surrenden and Worse Bridge two miles east; Wisenden Green one mile and a half N.W.; Romden two miles N.W. ; Paris Corner half a mile N.E.; Runsell Green one mile N.E.; Freed Green one mile north; Snode Hill Green one mile and a half north; Etchden Heath two miles N.W.; Daniels Water, two miles N.W.; Bristenden one mile and a half S.E.; Marlin Green one mile S.E.; Cablehook two miles S.E.

    POST OFFICE - Hyland, Young, Postmaster. The nearest Money Order Offices
    are at Ashford and Tenterden.

    Baker, Mr. Henry, Loveall place
    Lawwood, Mr. Edward, H., Manor house
    Pearman, Rev. A. J., Vicar


    Adams, James, farmer
    Adams, Mr., miller
    Bourne, Henry, farmer
    Bright, Samuel, farmer
    Brissenden, William, blacksmith
    Button, W., agent to the Anchor Fire and Life Office
    Davis, B. H., boot and shoe maker
    Davis, John, farmer, Brissenden
    Edgar, Mrs. Elizabeth, draper and grocer
    Elgar, Edward, boot and shoe maker
    Haffenden, James, druggist
    Hills, Thomas, farmer, Snode green
    Hodges, George, boot and shoe maker
    Jarvis, John, farmer, Runsell green
    Kingsworth, John, farmer
    Le Fevre, John, farmer, Surrenden
    Lee, John, draper, grocer, and bricklayer
    Lee, Edward, saddler, &c.
    Maplesen, James, wheelwright
    Miller, George, farmer
    Miller, Jesse, farmer
    Offen, Thomas, farmer
    Padgham, Richard, carpenter
    Padgham, John, ironmonger, hardware dealer, and watch and clock maker
    Palmer, James, carrier
    Palmer, Mrs. Mary, butcher .
    Reeve, John, farmer, Snode green
    Roberts, Joseph, farmer, Etchen heath
    Robinson, Enoch, boot and shoe maker
    Small, William, butcher
    Smith, Thomas, farmer
    Stevens, Charles, the George
    Tan ton, George, farmer
    Tanton, T. P., draper and grocer
    Turk, Samuel, farmer
    Vane, Stephen, the Bull
    Young, Hyland, postmaster & parish clerk
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