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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Cheriton, Elham, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    CHERITON and SEABROOK. Cheriton is situated in Elham Union and Folkestone Hundred, lathe of Shepway, West Kent, two miles and a half from Folkestone, W.N.W., five west from Dover. The church is dedicated to St. Martin, and is an ancient building. The Rev. Robert Frazer is the rector. The population in 1851 was 521. Seabrook is a hamlet, consisting of a few houses, on the road from Hythe to Sandgate, about midway between the two towns. Horne Street is one mile N.W. from Sandgate; Coolinge is half a mile north from Sandgate; Seabrook and Underhill are near Cheriton; Endbrook and Sceene are other places; Risborough is half a mile N.W. of Sandgate.

    POST-OFFICE - Friend Thomas, Receiver. Letters arrive from Hythe. The nearest

    Money Order Offices are at Folkstone and Hythe.

    Brockman, Edward Drake, Esq., M.P., Undernill
    Brockman, Frederick Drake, Esq., Underhill
    Frazer, Rev. Robert, M.A., Rector
    Pilcher, Jesse, Esq.
    Taylor, John, Esq.


    Bean, Thomas, farmer, Dibgate
    Chaplin, Edward, farmer
    Collins, Benjamin, White Lion
    Francis, Mrs. Jesse, beer retailer
    Franklin, Frederick, baker, Seabrook
    Friend, Thomas, grocer and post-master
    Goodman, John, beer retailer, Seabrook
    Groombridge, W., shopkeeper, Horne street
    Holdham, William, carpenter
    Macdonald, Stephen, relieving officer for Elham Union, and registrar for Folkstone District
    Marsh, Joseph, carpenter
    Marsh, Thomas, parish clerk
    Paine, George, paper maker, Home street
    Pope, Thomas, dairyman
    Stockwell, Jessie, miller
    Stockwell, Joseph, millwright, Home street
    Taylor, John, farmer, Endbrook & Sceene
    Vince, John, surveyor

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