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    Downe, Bromley, Bromley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public House in Downe

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    DOWN is a small village and parish, six miles south from Bromley, and two south from Farnborough. The population in 1851 was 437. The church, a neat building, is in the centre of the village. The Rev. John Junes, M.A., curate.

    POST-OFFICE. - Henry Oshorne, Receiver. Letters arrive from Bromley.
    The nearest Money Order Offices are at Bromley and Sevenoaks.


    Ainslie, Rev. Robert, Tromer Lodge
    Darwin, Charles, Esq.
    Junes, Eev. John, M.A., Curate
    Lubbook, Sir John William, Bart., High Elms
    Turnbull, George Henry, Esq.


    Carter, James, plumber and painter
    Duck, George, George and Dragon
    Flavel, Thomas, buss proprietor
    Lansley, Mrs. Sarah C., shopkeeper
    Laslett, Mrs. Hannah, schoolmistress
    Laslett, Isaac, bricklayer
    Lettington, Mrs. Amy, draper
    Lewis, John, carpenter
    Lloyd, 0. W., solicitor
    Osborne, Henry, baker and post-office
    Osborne, John, wheelwright
    Osborne, Walter, butcher
    Phillips, William, farmer
    Reeves, William, blacksmith
    Sales, William, Queen's Head
    Sawyer, Charles, miller
    Sawyer, George, fruiterer
    Sawyer, William, fruiterer
    Smith, Henry, boot and shoe maker
    Smith, John and Josiah, farmers
    Snow, George, coal dealer
    Town, Daniel, carpenter
    Wood, George, farmer

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