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    BRASTED, or BRASTEAD, is a village and parish, four miles and a half west from Sevenoaks, and one mile and a half east from Westerham. The population in 1851 was 1,137. The church of St. Martin is an ancient stone building. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. William Buckton Holland, M.A., is the incumbent. Here is a national school, also a chapel for the Calvinists, of which Mr. George Moore is officiating minister.

    POST-OFFICE. - William Adams, Post-master. Letters arrive through Sevenoaks.
    The nearest, Money Order Office is at Westerham.

    Creasey. Mr James
    Faulkner. John Wilson, Esq.
    Hancock, Sir Samuel, Bart
    Holland, Bev. William B., M.A., Rectory
    Mayers, Mrs. Frances
    Moore, Mr. George, Calvinist minister
    Solomon, Mrs Rachel
    Taylor, Mr John
    Thompson, Edward, Esq
    Tipping, William, Esq.
    Wells, Mr. William

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    Adams, John, blacksmith
    Adams, William, grocer and postmaster
    Baldwin, Thomas, toy dealer
    Barton, William, miller
    Chapman, Thomas, farmer
    Cock, Charles, tailor
    Collins, William, plumber and glazier
    Coomher, John, farmer
    Creasey, James, surgeon
    Cronk, William, boot and shoe maker
    Dalton, James, butcher
    Duly, John, blacksmith
    Durtnell, Richard, builder
    Finch, John, Bull Inn
    Foot, John, inspector of nuisances
    Geer, Robert, boot and shoe maker
    Holmes, James, saddler
    Hubble, Mrs. Frances, farmer
    Inwood, George, blacksmith
    King, Robert, farmer
    Knight, John, grocer
    Leigh, Thomas, beer retailer
    Marchant, Richard, White Hart
    Marten, Robert, upholsterer
    Moore, Richard, parish clerk
    Neal, Henry, farmer
    Osmar, Mrs. Ann, King's Arms
    Paget, Thomas, general dealer
    Patching, James, farmer
    Quin, Charles, Goldbeater
    Roberts, Ebenezer, grocer
    Russell, Frederick, confectioner
    Russell, Henry, carrier
    Simmons, John, wheelwright
    Skinner, Mrs. Jane, farmer
    Skinner, John, farmer
    Smith, Henry, miller
    Stephens, George, carrier
    Tapsell, James, Stanhope Arms
    Teal, William, pig dealer
    Thorne, Anthony, butcher
    Warwick, John, farm bailiff
    Wells, Samuel bricklayer
    Wells, Timothy, bricklayer
    Wells, William, cooper
    West, Charles, baker
    Withers, Nicholas, grocer
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