London historical street directory and pub history

This is now an updated and complete, historical London street directory for 1832 and 1842 and more

East Malling, Malling, Maidstone

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

EAST MALLING is distant one mile east from Town Malling. Its population in 1851 was 1,741. Here are extensive paper mills. The church is an ancient building, and contains some monuments.

POST-OFFICE - Daniel Hubble, Receiver. Letters are received through Maidstone.

Public Houses in East Malling

GENTRY.
Andrews, Thomas, Esq.
Dimock, Rev. N., B.A., Curate, Larkfield
Evenden, Mrs., Clare Cottage
Gilbert, W., Esq., Rocks
Hiscock, Alfred, Esq.
Hoppe, Mrs., Larkfield
Tassell, Robert, Esq.
Twisden, Misses, Bradbourn House
Wigan, John Alfred, Esq., Clare House
Wigan, Rev. William Lewis, M. A., Rector
Wimble, Frederick, Esq.


TRADERS.

Barden, William, beer retailer
Brisley, Charles, boot and shoe maker
Busbridge, George F., paper maker
Carman, George, shopkeeper, Larkfield
Church and Casse, carpenters
Collard, George, farmer, Great Limsford Hall
Cook, John, tea dealer
Cook, Henry, beer retailer
Day, Thomas, hay salesman, Larkfield
Dumbrell, William, shopkeeper, Larkfield
Edmett, George, grocer
Fry, Richard, beer retailer
Godfrey, Thomas, butcher
Gregory, George, grocer, Larkfield
Green, John George, farmer, Larkfield
Halentz, Miss Louisa, ladies' school
Harvey, William, hairdresser
Harris, John, farmer
Hayrnan and Son, coal merchants, New Hithe
Hayward, J., Bull, Larkfield
Hoppe, Charles, butcher
Hubble, Daniel, watchmaker & postmaster
Hugett, James, bootmaker
Jessop, Edward, beer retailer and ferryman, New Hithe
Jordan, William, beer retailer
King, Mrs, Susan, farmer, Larkfield
Lane, Thomas, bricklayer, Larkfield
Larking, George, carpenter
Lee, John, brickmaker
Letchford, Henry, blacksmith
Martin, Mrs. Mary, preparatory school
Midhurst, James, Ship
Ongley, John, tailor
Ongley, Nicholas, tailor
Painton, George, farmer
Pankhurst, John, bricklayer
Patteson, Francis, baker, Larkfield
Pemble, Henry, farmer
Peppercorn, Henry, farmer
Pett, Thomas, baker
Phillips, James, miller
Rayfield, Charles, wheelwright
Soames, James, farmer, New Hithe
Soper, Thomas, wheelwright
Skinner, Cornelius, butcher
Stiles, William, baker
Thornhill, James, plumber
Thornhill, William, parish clerk
Tomlin, Edward, Bull, New Hithe
Tomlin, James, farmer, New Hithe
Tomlin, James, beer retailer
Wagon, J., saddler and grocer
Webb, Thomas, beer retailer
Wells, William, brickmaker
Williams, Henry, farmer
Wimble, Frederick, surgeon
Woolver, _, grocer, etc.
Yeoman, John and Richard, carpenters
Yeoman, John, King and Queen
Yeoman, Richard, sen,, beer retailer

What I am now attempting to achieve is the coverage of an earlier London street directory in 1832. This is unique, plus images of the 1842 Robsons directory which confirm earlier entries and also carry much more trade detail about a premises or person. Here is the index of streets in 1832, many with 1842 imagery added.
And next is the complete 1940 London street directory - this will take some months to complete, so bear with me!

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