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    Borden, Milton, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Borden

    BORDEN, a village, one mile S.W. of Sittingbourne, and ten miles from Rochester. The population in 1851 was 990. There is a parish church. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of George Musgrave, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. E. P. Hannam. Chestnut Street is one mile west; Muns, Gore, and Iron Patch, half a mile S.W., Oad Street, one mile and a half S.W.; Crigalls and Mickets, half a mile north.

    POST-OFFICE - Edward Drake, Receiver. Letters received through Sittingbourne.
    The nearest Money Order Office is at Sittingbourne.

    GENTRY.
    Barrow, Edward, Esq.
    Hannam, Rev. E. P., Vicar
    Walton, John, Esq.
    Wise, Miss


    TRADERS.

    Baker, Henry, shopkeeper
    Carey, Robert, farmer, Wren's Farm
    Clinch, Edward, farmer, Dean's hill
    Clinch, George, fruiterer and farmer
    Clinch, John, cattle dealer and farmer, Sunny hill
    Drake, Edward, grocer and tailor, and post-office
    Dunford, _, farmer, Sutton Barn
    Dutnall, John, grocer and draper
    Dutnall, Henry, farmer
    Edwards, R., master of the national school
    Edwards, Mrs. E, mistress of the national school
    Egerton & Co., brickmakers
    Foord, Richard, farmer
    Gray, James, fruit dealer
    Greensted, Henry, farmer
    Greensted, Henry, Maypole
    Greensted, John, carpenter and parish clerk
    Greensted, Joseph, shoemaker
    Greensted, Thomas, farmer
    Homewood, John, blacksmith
    Kemsley, Richard, farmer
    Loft, John, farmer
    Marden, John, farmer
    Maxted, John, cattle dealer and grazier
    Nealyer, George, blacksmith and wheelwright
    Saywell, Richard, jun., carpenter
    Scoones, Amos, farmer
    Scoones, Mrs., farmer, Munns Gore Farm
    Snoard, Richard, farmer and maltster
    Spittle, Elias, butcher
    Spittle, William, grocer and beer retailer
    Steel, James, farmer, Borden Hall
    Steele, James, farmer, Parsonage Farm
    Tidy, William, grocer
    Vinson, John, farmer
    Whitehead, Frank, beer retailer

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