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    Boughton under Blean, Faversham, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    BOUGHTON, or BOUGHTON-UNDER-BLEAN, is a parish three
    miles S.E. of Faversham, and seven west of Canterbury. In 1851 the population was
    1,469. The living is a vicarage in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury, to whom
    the manor belongs. The Rev. Samuel George Booth White, vicar. The churches of
    Saint Peter and Saint Paul stand about a mile from the village. A Wesleyan chapel
    was erected in 1844. The Rev. George Graham, Wesleyan minister. Staple street is
    half-a-mile north; South street and Sugar-loaf hill are one mile south; Brendley is
    one mile west.

    POST-OFFICE - Richard W. Smith, Receiver. Money orders are granted and paid
    at this office.

    GENTRY.
    Barker, Mrs., Grove court
    Carter, W., Esq
    Forman, Mrs.
    Graham, Rev. George (Wesleyan)
    Horne, Miss
    Jarman, Edward, Esq., Brenley House
    Knatchbull, Lady Mary, Nash Court
    Lade, John Price, Esq., Wellbrook House
    Marsh, Mrs.
    Olgilvie, Mr. John
    Plommer, William, Esq
    Plommer, James Thomas, Esq.
    Plommer, John, Esq.
    White, Rev. Samuel George Booth, vicar

    Public |Houses in Boughton under Blean

    TRADERS

    Ashbee, Henry, farmer, Clock House
    Bailey, William, tailor
    Baker, Alfred, watchmaker
    Baker, George, boot and shoe maker
    Barnes, Thomas, saddler
    Berry, Thomas, farmer
    Birch, William, farmer
    Blackley, Joseph, grocer and sack manufacturer
    Bonny, Thomas, shoemaker and shopkeeper
    Boulden, George, wheelwright and parish clerk
    Broadbridge, William, builder
    Chambers, John, blacksmith
    Cole, James, White Horse
    Comfort, Robert, shoemaker
    Constable, Robert, shoemaker
    Coulson, George Harrison, miller & grocer
    Cowe, John, farmer and grocer
    Culver, Edward, Ship
    Finch, Jane, George Inn
    Francis, R. Swinford, surgeon and registrar of births and deaths
    Harris, James, shoemaker
    Harris, William, Queen's Head
    Hadlow, John, dealer
    Hills, Thomas, King's Arms, and wheelwright
    Jennings, John, butcher
    Judges, Edward, plumber and glazier
    Judges, William, bricklayer and builder
    Jull, Thomas, farmer
    Larkin, John, butcher
    Laker, Abbott, and Sons, classical, mathematical, and commercial school
    Lemond, Edward, tailor
    Mears, John, plumber and glazier
    Mills, Joseph, carpenter
    Miles, Joseph, Dolphin
    Minter, Mrs Mary, blacksmith
    Newing, John, farmer
    Owen, Richard, farmer
    Pay, Thomas, beer retailer, South street
    Penn, John, baker
    Ralph, Thomas, shoemaker
    Richardson, Isaac King, miller
    Rogers, Frederick, tailor
    Rook, Joseph, bricklayer
    Royle, Joseph, blacksmith
    Shaxby, Charles, baker
    Sladden, James, linen draper
    Smith, George, grocer
    Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Smith, Richard William, postmaster
    Southee, Samuel Sankey, grocer
    Stocker, Henry, Academy, Boughton House
    Tappenden, Charles, brick and tile maker
    Welborne, George, chemist and druggist, and Agent to the European Life Office
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