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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

    Biddenden , Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    BIDDENDEN is a village and parish, four miles from Headcorn station, 29 miles from Canterbury, and five miles from Tenterden. The population in 1851 was 1,457. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury ; the Rev. James Boys, M.A., is the incumbent. The church is a fine edifice, of the later English style of architecture.

    POST-OFFICE - Miss Elizabeth Tolhurst, Receiver. Letters arrive from Cranbrook, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.


    Beale, John, Esq.
    Beale", Mrs. Mary
    Beale, Richard, jun., Esq., River Hall
    Beale, George, Esq.
    Boys, Rev. James, M.A., Rectory
    Buckenham, Rev. J. R. Curate
    Patterson, Colonel Cook T., Ibornden Park
    Patterson, Captain W. H. T.

    Public Houses in Biddenden


    Allen, George, miller
    Allen, J. B., surveyor
    Banfleld, Thomas, Chequers
    Barton, Edward, Red Lion
    Bourn, Robert and John, blacksmiths
    Body, Richard, beer retailer
    Boorman, John, farmer
    Bourne, James, shopkeeper
    Buckland, James, farmer
    Buckland, John, Newcastle House
    Buckland, Walter J, grocer and draper
    Burden, Thomas, farmer
    Chambers, Abraham, bricklayer
    Colebrook, Edward, wheelwright
    Colebrook, Charles, farmer
    Coleman, David and Edward, carpenters
    Crampton, John, saddler
    Crampton, William, Munk's Hill
    Day, Richard, farmer
    Daynes, G. T., farmer
    Dean, Edward, blacksmith
    Dean, John, butcher
    Dean, William, farmer
    Dungey, John, miller;
    Elmstone, Richard, beer retailer
    Farris, Abraham, carpenter
    Hague, Jenkin, sen., grazier
    Hague, Jenkin, farmer
    Harris, Mrs. Elizabeth, beer retailer
    Homewood, Thomas, farmer
    Homewood, William, farmer
    Hicks, John, farmer, Duesden
    Humphrey, Charles, grocer
    Jezzard, J, surgeon
    Levett, Hannah, Kings Head
    Moore, James, farmer
    Morris, John, parish clerk
    Newman, John, farmer, Lashenden
    Oliver, Henry, farmer
    Pearson, James, farmer
    Perter, William, plumber and glazier
    Rice, John Lake, farmer
    Sanders, Job, miller
    Sayer, Thomas, baker
    Sharp, William, gun maker
    Smith, Edward, glover
    Springett, Robert, farmer
    Thurston, James, wheelwright
    Wells, Alfred, tailor
    Wenham, John, beer retailer
    Weston, Shadrach, farmer
    Whibley, David, bootmaker
    Witherden, Joseph, jun., farmer
    Witherden, Lydia, farmer
    Witherden, Carey, farmer
    Witherden, George, butcher
    Witherden, George, farmer
    Witherden, Joseph, farmer
    Witherden, John, farmer

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