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Old Pack Horse, 434 High road, Chiswick

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Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie

Barming, Malling, Maidstone

Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Public Houses in Barming

BARMING, a parish three quarters of a mile from East Farleigh station, and two miles and a half S.W. of Maidstone. The population in 1851 was 583. The church, dedicated to St. Margaret, is a fine building. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Crown. The Rev. William Home, M.A. is the incumbent. Barnjet is half a mile west.

POST-OFFICE. - Thomas Hards, Receiver. Letters received through Maidstone, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

GENTRY.
Carless, Mrs. Hannah Maria
Home, Rev. William, M.A.
Randall, Mr. William
Stanton, Colonel, Barming House
Thompson, Mrs. Lucy, Medway Cottage
Whittaker, Charles G., Barming Place


TRADERS.
Buckland, James, farmer
Burgess, Elias, blacksmith
Coggen, John, farmer
Cooper, Thomas, shopkeeper
Golding, Mrs. Mary, farmer, Court Lodge
Goodsell, William, farmer
Hards, Thomas, Bull and postmaster
Larking, John, farmer
Mosely, William, Kentish Yeoman
Ruck, Stephen, boot and shoe maker
Samson, Friend, jun., beer retailer
Samson, Friend, sen., boot and shoemaker
Startup, William, beer retailer
Talbot, Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper
Taylor, Thomas, parish clerk and schoolmaster
Waterhouse, James, carpenter

If you would like to contribute the amazing new project to map London over the last hundred years and more, please continue to read. What is needed is mainly details of when a London street was renamed, bombed, cleared, or tidied. Pictures are the best way of expressing anything, and a picture tells a thousand words. Also needed is those thousand words, or even fity words. Anything will be brilliant. Please help out before the London skyline is transformed for ever. What is needed, just an email to the Email the London team. We can do the rest; and you also get your name on the site, if this is OK.

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