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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    CHELSFIELD is a small village and parish, two miles from Orpington, eight from Sevenoaks, and seven miles and a half from Bromley. The population in 1851 was 878.The church of St Margaret is a neat edifice. The living is a rectory in the gift of All Souls' College, Oxford; the Rev. Follett Baugh, M.A., is the incumbent,

    POST-OFFICE. - Miss Sarah Hills, Receiver. Letters arrive from Bromley, via Chislehurst, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    GENTRY.

    Baugh, Rev. Follett, M.A. | Waring, William, Esq., Woodlands

    TRADERS.

    Beale, Thomas, national school
    Booker, Henry, Bopeep
    Brooks, Edward, shopkeeper
    Dunnall, George, beer retailer
    Fox, William B. L., farmer
    Gallaway, Thomas, Queen's Head
    Groves, Thomas, farmer
    Harris, James, farmer
    Hickmott, Richard, farmer
    Hills, Miss Sarah, shopkeeper
    Hills, William, farmer
    Hills, Ann, schoolmistress
    Huffard, George, tailor
    Jones, William, Five Bells
    Morgan, William, farmer
    Parrell, William, farmer
    Phillips, George, farmer
    Phillips, George, jun., farmer
    Rock, Philip, veterinary surgeon
    Spain, B., farmer
    Springett, Thomas, shopkeeper
    Staples, George, shoemaker
    Stockwin, Mrs. Sarah, Bull's Head
    Stone, Thomas, farmer
    Thompson, Henry, shopkeeper
    Verrells, Thomas, harness maker

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