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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Crayford, Dartford, Bexley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    CRAYFORD is a small ancient town, two miles north of Erith station, sixteen miles from London by railway and thirteen miles by road, and one mile and a half west from Dartford. The rover Cray crosses the town, The population in 1851 was 2,935. There are several extensive silk and calico printing establishments. The church of St. Paulinus stands on an emionence at the upper end of the twon, and is a very commodious edifice. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of Thomas Austen, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. Henry Morland Austen, M.A. There is an elegant Catholic chapel, and a place of worship for the Baptists.

    POST-OFFICE. - Mrs. Sarah Buck, Receiver. Letters arrive through Dartford, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    Public Houses in Crayford & Crayford 1911 pub history census summary


    Austen, Rev. Henry Morlandj M.A., Rectory House
    Donoven, Rev. A. David, Catholic
    Evans, David, Esq.
    Grantham, John, Esq.
    Grantham, John, Esq., F.R.C.S.
    Harris, Thomas, Esq.
    Heath, George, Esq.
    Horner, Edward, Esq.
    Hoskins, Rev. Charles Henry, Baptist
    Jackson, John, Esq.
    Langdale, Rev. George Augustus
    Lloyd, Robert, Esq.
    Longlands, Rev. W. A., Curate
    Reeves, James, Esq.
    Swaisland, Charles, Esq.
    Tibbetts, Thomas, Esq.
    Wreford, Samuel, Esq., Manor House


    Amos, Joseph, builder
    Amsley, George, Bull's Head
    Benton, Charles, haberdasher, etc.
    Briskel, George, Swan
    Buck, Mrs. Esther, shopkeeper
    Buck, Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper and postmistress
    Bull, Hezekiah, farmer
    Clements, William, beer retailer
    Collier, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Collings, Thomas, farmer, Mill lane
    Cook, John, shopkeeper
    Cook, William, baker
    Cooper, John, saw mills
    Dennis, Mrs. Charlotte, beer retailer
    Dormer, Robert, boot and shoe maker
    Durrant, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Evans, David and Co., silk and shawl printers
    Eves, Robert, market gardener
    Finch, Mrs. Mary, linen draper
    Fordham, Robert, beer retailer
    Franklin, James, baker
    Giles, Mrs. Sarah, school
    Goulds, Michael R., greengrocer
    Groombridge, Mrs. Sarah, fruit grower
    Hill, William, Bull Inn
    Holms, Mrs. Mary Ann, herb seller
    Hood, Frederick, baker
    Idenden, Thomas, butcher
    Kemp, Joseph, tailor
    Killick, William, beer retailer
    Knott, Edward, Duke's Head
    Mabey, Edwin, tailor and hatter
    Mace, Mrs. Rebecca, farmer
    Messenger, Henry, Bear Commercial Inn
    Miles, Mrs. Ann, farmer
    Mitchell, Mrs. Elizabeth, Roebuck
    Moulder, William, Swan
    Owen, John, farmer
    Pain, Joseph, farmer
    Phillips, Thomas, Lord Hill Tavern
    Pullen, Henry, Bull
    Purssord, William, grocer, etc
    Redsell, John, boot and shoe maker
    Redsell, Thomas, cow keeper
    Reed, Richard, boot and shoe maker
    Reynolds, James, coal merchant
    Robinson, James, baker
    Robinson, William, farmer
    Roots, Martin, butcher
    Russell, John, shopkeeper
    Saxton, James, and Son, wine and spirit merchants
    Scudder, William, coal dealer
    Sedgwick, Samuel, chemist
    Sevenoaks, William, plumber, etc.
    Sewell, Joseph, cooper
    Stone, Philip, butcher
    Stoneham, Edward, farmer
    Stoneham, Frederick, farmer
    Strickland, Samuel, miller
    Swaisland, Charles, silk and calico printer
    Thomson, John, baker
    Tomey, Edward, bell hanger
    Upton, James, Jolly Farmers, and saw mills
    West, David, grocer etc
    Whiffin, William, carpenter
    Whitehead, John, baker
    Wilder, George, cow keeper
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