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

Capel le Ferne , Dover, Thanet with Dover

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.



Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

CAPEL, or CAPEL LE 'FEARNE, is in Dover union, Folkestone hundred,
lathe of Shepway, East Kent, two miles and a half north of Folkestone,
four miles and a half west of Dover. The church, esteemed a chapel to
Alkham, is dedicated to St. Mary. The Rev. James Eveleigh is the
incumbent; the Archbishop of Canterbury, patron. The population in 1851
was 183. On the shore are Martello Towers. Thetmore is half a mile
south; Summerport, one mile south; Coldham, one mile and a half S.W.;
Hockley and Sole, three quarters of a mile west; Tumbletie, three quarters
of a mile west.

Letters received through Folkestone. The nearest Money Order Office is at Folkestone.

TRADERS.
Barton, John, farmer, Hollingburg
Bromley, Ingram, farmer
Bromley, Ingram, jun., farmer, Haste Farm
Carlton, Henry, pork butcher
Cocks, Joseph, blacksmith and parish clerk
Corpett, Charles, farmer.
Fagg, John, farmer
Fagg, Thomas, farmer, Coldham
Gilbert, William, farmer
Hogben, Thomas, farmer
Kingsmill, John, farmer
Marsh, Robert, farmer
Palmer, Mrs. Jane, farmer
Robinson, Edward, farmer
Wotton, Anthony, farmer

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