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    CHISLET is a parish and village half a mile north from Grove Ferry station, four S.E. of Herne Bay, and eight N.E. of Canterbury. The population in 1851, was 1,189. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, is an ancient and modern structure. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Rev. James Horden, M.A., is incumbent. Here are two dissenting chapels, Wesleyan and Independent. Grove Ferry station is in the parish ; Wear Farm is half a mile north; Marsh Row, one mile north; Clayhanger, half a mile S.W.; Upstreet, or Upperstreet, is in the old Margate Road.

    POST-OFFICE. - Samuel Jezard, Receiver. Letters received through Canterbury.

    Denne, George, Esq., Grove hill
    Denny, Miss Fanny, Upstreet
    Harden, Rev. James, M.A., vicar
    Truefitt, Mr. Peter

    Andrews, William, carpenter, Upstreet
    Carter, Stephen, parish clerk
    Cook, William, baker
    Collard, Edwin, farmer
    Collard, Sidney, farmer
    Daniels, John, Royal Oak, Upstreet
    Davis, George, tailor, Upstreet
    Epps, Edward, Grove Ferry
    Harrison, John, shoemaker
    Harvey, Vincent, grocer
    Holness, William, blacksmith
    Jezard, Samuel, post-master, baker, and Six Bells
    Karey, William, farmer
    Kidman, Mrs. Esther, mistress of free school
    Kidman, Stephen, master of free school
    Matcham, Edwin H., Ship, Upstreet
    Matcham, William, farmer
    Minter, William, butcher
    Nash, James, carpenter
    Saunders, Peter, saddler and harness maker, Upstreet
    Smith, James Edward, grocer
    Surgis, Richard, farmer
    Wacher, John, farmer
    Wacher, Thomas, farmer
    Wood, Richard, farmer
    Woolley, John, basket maker, Upstreet
    Wootton, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Wootton, John, farmer
    Wybourne, John, grocer

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