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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

CHARTHAM lies near the Canterbury Railway, three miles S.W. of Canterbury.
The population was, in 1851, 1,138. The church of Saint Mary is a large and handsome
building in the shape of a cross. Shalmsford is a considerable hamlet, adjoining
Chartham, with about 200 inhabitants. Chartham Hatch, or Hatch Green, is another
hamlet, with about 170 inhabitants, one mile north. Horton half-a-mile N.E.; Milton
Chapel, dedicated to Saint Nicholas, one mile N.E., is returned with Canterbury.
Denstead is two miles north, in Blean Forest; as in Petty France. Howfield adjoins
Milton. Nickhill is one mile N.W., Myshole, 1 miles S.W.; Upper Town, one mile
south; Druksted, one mile south ; Perly, one mile south ; Sevington, two miles south;
Cowlinge Green, two miles South; Kenfield, two miles S.E.

POST-OFFICE—Mrs. Jane Ratcliff, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office
is at Canterbury.

GENTRY

Brown, John, Esq., Chartham Deanery
Fagge, Sir John, Bart.
Moody, Rev. Henry Riddell, M.A.
Paine, Leeds, Esq.
Parker, Lysimachus, Esq., Myshole House
D'Aeth, Rev. Cloudley Hughes, curate

Public Houses in Chartham

TRADERS.

Andrews, Benjamin, farmer
Arnold, Charles, surgeon
Beard, Frederick, farmer, Horton Chapple
Boulden, William, boot and shoe maker
Bourne, George, carrier
Burchett, George, boot and shoe maker, Shalmsford street
Catt, John, farmer, Nickhill
Coleman, John, Kings' Head
Cozens, Daniel, Artichoke
Foreman, William, carpenter and wheelwright, Shalmsford street
Gambrill, Joseph, farmer
Goldup, Stephen, George, Shalmsford street
Goodale, William, plumber and glazier
Gould, Oliver, tailor and linendraper
Govier, Mrs. Susan, Vine Cot
Harvey, James, farmer, Thruxted Farm
Harvey, William, farmer
Homersham, John, shopkeeper, Shalmsford street
Hukins, Thomas, bricklayer
Mayger, John, shopkeeper
Norton, Mrs. Mary, blacksmith
Pell, John, farmer, Howfield
Shaddleton, Joseph, farmer, Shalmsford street
Shrubsole, Edward, shopkeeper
Shrubsole, George, grocer
Shrubsole, Phineas, grocer and baker, Shalmsford street
Stevens, John, shoemaker
Terry, George, blacksmith
Weatherley, William, paper manufacturer, Chartham Mills
Woodhams, Josiah, miller

If you would like to contribute the amazing new project to map London over the last hundred years and more, please continue to read. What is needed is mainly details of when a London street was renamed, bombed, cleared, or tidied. Pictures are the best way of expressing anything, and a picture tells a thousand words. Also needed is those thousand words, or even fity words. Anything will be brilliant. Please help out before the London skyline is transformed for ever. What is needed, just an email to the Email the London team. We can do the rest; and you also get your name on the site, if this is OK.

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