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Boughton Monchelsea, Maidstone, Maidstone

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

BOUGHTON MONCHELSEA is a scattered village, three miles S.E. from Maidstone, and three miles and a half north of Marden Station. The population in 1851 was 1,086. The church is a neat building. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester; the Rev. John D. Hazlewood, M.A., is the incumbent. Boughton Green and Boughton Quarry are one mile north ; Wierton Street is half a mile east; Cock Street, half a mile N.E.

POST-OFFICE.- Frederick Beeching, Receiver. Letters arrive through Staplehurst.
The nearest Money Order Office is at Maidstone.

Awcock, Mr. William
Baldwin, Wriothesley, Esq.
Braddick, John W., Esq., Mount
Hazlewood, Rev. John D., M.A., Vicarage
Moore, William, Esq.
Parton, John, Esq.
Rider, Thomas, Esq., Boughton place
Selby, Mr. John
Surgeon, Mrs, Charlotte
Taylor, Robert C., Esq., Boughton place
Walter, Rev. Frank, Curate

Public Houses in Boughton Monchelsea


Avard, Richard, farmer
Backhurst, Henry, grocer
Barton, William, boot and shoe maker
Beadle, Samuel, farmer
Beard, Edward, farmer
Beeching, Frederick, postmaster
Bird, John J., farmer
Bristow, Robert, carpenter
Boulden, Thomas, farmer
Burston, Thomas, grocer
Cole, Samuel, farmer
Cole, Mrs. Mary, farmer
Colwin, Thomas, butcher
Craddock, John, blacksmith
Crittenden, William, farmer
Day, David, miller
Gandy, Edmund, plumber
Gibson, Joseph, farmer
Hayes, Thomas and Frederick, farmers
Highwood, John, farmer
Hubbard, Thomas, farmer
Larkin, Mrs. Frances, farmer
Loveless, Henry, shopkeeper
Peen, Thomas, farmer
Pike, William, boot and shoe maker
Seager, John, stonemason
Seager, William, stonemason
Seager, Richard, beer retailer
Shadgett, William, builder, etc.
Stonham, John, blacksmith, and Cock
Tankin, George, wheelwright
Thomas, John, tailor
Tomkin, Stephen, former
Tomkin, William, farmer
Town, Henry, bricklayer
Weller, Charles, baker and grocer

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