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Chilham, East Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

CHILHAM is a railway station and extensive parish in the lathe of Shepway,
76 miles from London, five S.W. from Canterbury, and nine N.E. from Ashford. The population was, in 1851, 1,247. The church of Saint Mary is an old and handsome building; the living is a vicarage, in the patronage of J. B. Wildman, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. R. O. Tylden, M.A. Boarland and Whitehall are half a mile north; Saleshill is three-quarters of a mile west; Ensden, IŻ miles north; Multing, two miles N.W.; Snattenden, two miles west; Dane Street, two miles west; Mountain Street, half-a-mile south; West Broadham, half-a-mile south;  East Steward, one mile south; Penny Pot, two miles south, gives name to a very large wood, two miles in length and breadth.

POST-OFFICE -Henry Goldup, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at

Public Houses in Chilham


Barton, Rev. John Y., M.A., curate
Bligh, John, Esq.
Denne, John, Esq.
Fell, Miss
Tylden, Rev. Richard Osborne., M.A.
Wildman, James Beckford, Esq., Castle
Wildman, James Lushington, Esq., magistrate


Allard, Daniel, Alma, retailer of beer
Austen, John, farmer
Bates, William, farmer, Dane Court
Beken, Alfred, Woolpack
Benstead, George, blacksmith
Brenchley, George, farrier and farmer
Buesden, George, butcher
Burton, Mrs. Sarah, blacksmith
Cheney, William, farmer
Clark, James, farmer
Coleman, John, shoemaker
Coleman, Thomas, shoemaker
Day, John, farmer
Dixon, Thomas, farmer, Bowerland
Duncan, Mrs., farmer
Dunk, Mrs. Mary, farmer
Epps, Alexander, bricklayer
Faulkner, William, saddler
Fenn, James, beer retailer
Fox, John, farmer, Old Wives' Lees
Gillett, John and Thomas, millers
Goldup, Henry sen, tailor
Farvey, John Fagge, farmer
Kingsland, George Thomas, baker and grocer .
Horton, Thomas, wheelwright

Howard, William, shopkeeper
Keeler, Robert, farmer
Knowler, John, farrier
Knowler, John, Jun., farrier and shopkeeper
Lock, William, farmer
Marten, Peter, farmer, Old Wives' Lees
Mears, Kennet, farmer
Oldroyd, Charles, farmer
Pamphlet, John, Star, Old Wives' Lees
Pope, George William, plumber & glazier
Pullen, Dan, famer, Old Wives' Lees
Pullen John, baker
Pullen, Thomas, carpenter and farmer, White Horse, retailer of beer
Richardson, Richard, farmer
Richardson, James William, cattle dealer
Walker, Thomas, farmer
Ward, Edward, wheelwright
White, Thomas, carpenter
Wildash, Henry Cobb, M.D.
Wiles, William Smith, shopkeeper
Wills, Henry Ford, mat, shovel, and rustic chair manufacturer
Wills, James, turner and cooper
Wood, George, baker
Woodland, William, blacksmith
Wraight, William, farmer

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