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Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie

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Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

BOBBING is a parish, one mile N.W: of Sittingbourne, and 10 from Rochester. The population in 1851 was 411. The church is very ancient. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Rev. G. Simpson, and incumbency of the Rev. G. S. Simpson. Key Street is on Watling Street, three quarters of a mile S.W.; Rose Hill is half a mile S.W.; Merchant Street, half a mile west; Norwood, one mile and a quarter west.

POST-OFFICE. - William Lucas, Receiver. Letters received through Sittingbourne,
which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

GENTRY.

Hinde, John Rigby, Esq.
Knight, Thomas, Esq.
Simpson, Rev. George, Rose Hill
Simpson, Rev. George Stringer, Rose Hill


TRADERS.

Anderson, Mrs. Sarah, Half-Way House
Ashenden, Edward, brickmaker
Attwood, Jesse, hay merchant
Banks, Thomas, grocer, Key Street
Brenchley, James Charles, wheelwright
Golding, Hezekiah, farmer
Goord, John and Edward, millers
Gouge, William, farmer
Kitchingham, William, Key Inn, Key Street
Lucas, William, boot and shoe maker
Payne, Stapleton, Royal Oak
Petitt and Trowell, fruiterers
Vipond, David Wesley, academy
Wickens, George, shopkeeper

If you would like to contribute the amazing new project to map London over the last hundred years and more, please continue to read. What is needed is mainly details of when a London street was renamed, bombed, cleared, or tidied. Pictures are the best way of expressing anything, and a picture tells a thousand words. Also needed is those thousand words, or even fity words. Anything will be brilliant. Please help out before the London skyline is transformed for ever. What is needed, just an email to the Email the London team. We can do the rest; and you also get your name on the site, if this is OK.

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