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    Charlton, Kent

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.
    CHARLTON is a suburb of the metropolis; it is pleasantly situated, about one mile and a half from Blackheath, Woolwich, and Greenwich. The population in 1851, including Blackheath, was 4,818. A large pleasure fair is held here in October. The church of St. Luke is an ancient building. The living is under the jurisdiction of the See of London. The Rev. Arthur Drummond, M.A., is the incumbent. The church at New Charlton is dedicated to St. Thomas; The Rev. A. De Lemare is the minister. There is also a neat Wesleyan Chapel at New Charlton.

    POST-OFFICE. - Robert Henry Osborne, Receiver, New Charlton.
    Old Charlton._ E, Light, Receiver. The nearest Money Order office is at Woolwich.

    Traders in Charlton in 1858

    Public Houses in Charlton


    Adams, _, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Adye, Mrs. Colonel, and Nixon, Mrs. Captain, Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Arbuckle, Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin, Little Heath ' '
    Baker, _, esq., Landsdown road, Old Charlton
    Barrow, P., esq., Maryon road
    Bastard, Major-General James, Blackeath road
    Bax, Captain Henry B., Blackheath road
    Beck _, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Bernays, Edwin, esq., Old Charlton
    Berry, Charles, esq., Wellington road, Old Charlton
    Blogg, John, esq., Old Charlton
    Browning, Reuben, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Bunce, Julius, esq., Maryon road
    Butler, Mr., Champion terrace, Old Charlton
    Carr, James, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton .
    Chamber, _, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Cock, —, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Collier, George, esq., Victoria road
    Collier, Mrs., Shrub Cottage
    Collins, Mrs., Blackheath road
    Cranford, Robert, esq., Maryon road
    Crocker, —, esq., Wellington road, Old Charlton
    Cumming, William, esq., Marlboro lane
    Delpratt, Joseph, esq.
    Denny, _, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Drummond, Rev. Arthur, Reotoryf Blackheath road
    Duncan, Mrs., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Edgley, George, esq., New Charlton
    Edward, William, esq., Charlton terrace
    Ellis, i General, Fan-field House, Old Charlton
    Fisher, Lady, Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Fookes, Joseph, esq., Charlton villas
    Forman, Robert, esq., Champion terrace
    Graves, Mrs., Landsdbwn road
    Goodall, Major, Old Charlton
    Gribb, Henry S, esq., Maryon road
    Groves, Thomas, esq., Old Charlton
    Haffenden, John, esq.,Champion terrace
    Hale, Miss, Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Hale Miss, Old Charlton
    Hale Miss, Champion terrace
    Hall, John, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Hames, George, esq., New Charlton
    Hughes, Arthur J. esq., Old Charlton
    Hull, _, esq., Old Charlton
    Jones, T. R., esq., Victoria road
    Kensington, John F., esq., Old Charlton
    Little, General, Little Heath, Old Charlton
    Longlands, Henry, esq., Blackheath road
    Lucas, William Daniel, esq., New Charlton
    McCartney, Captain, Fairfield Cottage, Old Charlton
    Millens, —, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Mould, Mrs., Old Charlton
    Nichols, Charles, esq., Victoria road, Old Oharlton
    Nugent, Mrs., Old Charlton
    Palmer, Mrs. Captain, Wellington road, Old Charlton
    Paul, _, esq., Victoria road, Old Chavlton
    Peddie, _, esq., Old Charlton
    Petley, Captain John E., R.N., Old Charlton
    Pinkett, _, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Price, James, esq., Victoria road
    Pritcherd, Rev. _, Blackheath road
    Ralfe, Mrs., Grove Cottage, Old Charlton,
    Rawlings, Miss, Champion terrace, Old Charlton
    Renwick, George, esq., Maryon road
    Riddle, Mrs., Old Charlton
    Robertson, Lieut. Robert, Maryon road
    Rouse, _, esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Sharp, _, esq., Fairfield Cottage, Old Charlton
    Sharpe, Joseph, esq., Morley Lodge, Blackheath road
    Shaw, William, esq., New Charlton
    Shenton, John, esq., Landsdown road
    Skinner, the Misses, Old Charlton
    Smith, Charles, esq., Old Charlton
    Stone, George, esq., Old Charlton
    Tinmouth, Nichols, esq., Maryon road
    Townsend, _, esq., M.P., Barnfleld, Old Charlton
    Weir, Miss, Landsdown road, Old Charlton
    White, Benjamin, esq., Landsdowii place
    Whitmore, General Sir G., Blaokheath road
    Whittington, Benjamin, esq., Old Charlton
    Williamson, Mrs., Blackheath road
    Willis, Alexander, esq., New Charlton
    Willson, William W., esq., Victoria road, Old Charlton
    Wilson, Sir Thomas, Charlton House
    Wingrove, Mrs., Maryon road
    Woods, Mrs., Elm Cottage, Old Charlton
    Young, William, esq., Old Charlton

    Traders in Charlton in 1858

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