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    Chislehurst, Bromley, Bromley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    CHISLEHURST is a large parish, three miles east from Bromley, 11 miles S.E. from London, and eight miles S.W. from Dartford. The church of St. Nicholas is a fine edifice, and stands in the centre of the village. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the See of Worcester, and incumbency of the Rev. Francis Henry Murray, M.A. The population in 1851 was 2,088.
    Here are chapels for the Baptists and Wesleyans, and also a new Catholic chapel.

    POST-OFFICE - John J Gravett, Postmaster. Letters arrive from London and all
    parts through Bromley. Money Orders are granted and paid at this Office.

    Public Houses in Chislehurst

    GENTRY.

    Allen, James, Esq.
    Allen, Mrs.
    Alsager, T. H., Esq., the Lodge
    Anderson, John, Esq.
    Bascomb, George Henry, Esq., Manor
    Battersbee, Thomas, Esq., Perry street
    Berens, H. H., Esq.
    Bowden, Henry, Esq., Coopers
    Bright, Mr. William
    Campbell, Duncan, Esq.
    Charrington, Thomas, Esq.
    Charrington, Mr. Henry
    Christie, Rev. C. C.
    Cotton, Dr.
    Cousins, James, Esq.
    Dance, Mrs.
    Dent, Mrs,, Homewood
    Dumbleton, Rev. Edgar
    Edlmann, Joseph, Esq., Hawkwood
    Everest, John, Esq.
    Ferney, , Esq.
    Francis, Mrs. Jane
    Giles, Mr. Summer Hill, Mill place
    Harding, Captain, R.N.
    Jenner, Edward, Esq., Heatfield
    Kennell,_, Esq.
    Labouchere, Mrs.
    Lenney, Edward, Esq.
    Madox, Puller James, Esq.
    Martin* Mrs., Camden place
    Matthews, B. P., Esq.
    Mills, Mrs.
    Muokle, Mr. James
    Murray, Rev. H., Rectory House
    Nussey, John, Esq.
    Parish, Captain
    Shackleton, Francis, Esq.
    Slade, Adolphus, Esq., Kemnal
    Slade, Ferdinand, Esq., Clay Farm
    Stone, Miss A. M.
    Stow, T. B., Esq.
    Sydney, Lord Viscount, Frognal
    Todd, Rev. Dr.
    Townsend, the Hon. Misses
    Turner, , Esq.
    Waring, Richard, Esq., M.D., Marlings
    Webb, Mr. William, Pricking
    Willis, Arthur, Esq., Holbrook
    Winter, , Esq.
    Woolaston, G. B., Bishop's Well
    Woodfiill, Henry, Esq., sen.
    Woollett, Mr. Henry, Perry street

    TRADERS.

    Adams, James, cowkeeper
    Allan, William, baker
    Baber, John, farmer
    Balls, Stephen, Post-office
    Barham, William, baker
    Barnes, William, blacksmith
    Battersbee, Miss E., seminary
    Bennett, Benjamin, grocer
    Bew, Thomas, farmer, Perry street
    Blackney, Samuel, blacksmith
    Blackney, James, ironmonger
    Blundell, William, lime burner
    Brewer, Richard, postmaster
    Brigden, William, miller
    Butterfield, Judith, grocer
    Cheshire, William, White Horse
    Churcher, T. P., boot and shoe maker
    Clark, Richard, tailor
    Crowhurst, George, butcher
    Cudd, William, Crown
    Dean, George, fruiterer
    Dean, Daniel, wood dealer
    Dean, Richard, rat destroyer
    Denny, captain George, farmer
    Dickens, Thomas, greengrocer
    Donmall, John, carpenter
    Dooley, Mr., coach painter
    Dyer, george, painter etc
    Elliott, John, sweep
    Francis, Edward and Son, bricklayers
    Francis B., bricklayer
    Francis, Mr., boot and shoe maker
    French, Charles, butcher
    Goodall, Sophia, Queen's Head
    Gravett, John, post-office
    Griffith, Edward, schoolmaster of national school
    Harber, James, wheelwright
    Haylett, Rpbert, baker
    Hazel, Isaac, blacksmith
    Howell, Mr., coach builder
    Humphrey, James, carpenter and beer retailer
    Ingles, Mr., harness maker
    Ives, James, boot and shoe maker
    James, William, greengrocer
    James, Henry, boot and shoe maker
    King, James, broom maker
    King, William, beer retailer
    Leggatt, John D., corn and coal merchant
    Lines, Moses, grocer, &c.
    Lines, Mrs., shopkeeper.
    Mackrell, J., engraver
    Mandy, James, boot and shoe maker
    Marsh, Hsnry, baker
    Matthews, B. P., surgeon
    Mills, Thomas, butcher
    Morgan, Mrs., dressmaker
    Pascall, Joseph, brickmaker
    Paull, William W., farmer
    Richardson, Thomas, grocer
    Ringer( Joseph, wheelwright, &c.
    Sim, Robert, nurseryman
    Simmonds, John, beer retailer
    Slade, Mr., tailor
    Smith, William, haircutter
    Smith, Mrs., milliner
    Snelling, Joseph, corn dealer
    Sumner, Mr., saddler
    Sutton, Mary, dressmaker
    Sutton, Robert, Tiger's Head
    Tapsell, Richard P., cowkeeper
    Taylor, Miss, mistress of national school,
    Taylor, Edward, Red Lion
    Thornton, James, bookseller, &c.
    Twitchen, Charles, beer retailer
    Wain, Henry, bricklayer
    Wallace, Robert, Swan, Perry street
    Welsh, Elizabeth, blacksmith
    Wenborne, Thomas, carpenter
    Whight, Thomas, carpenter
    Whomes, Thomas, tailor . .
    Whomes, Richard, Bull
    Whomes, George, linendraper
    Williams, Edward, carrier
    Williams, 'William, grocer
    Willis, H., fancy repository
    Willis, Henry, tailor
    Wood, Baruch, wood dealer
    Wood, Mrs. Elizabeth, sweep
    Wood, Mrs., baker.
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