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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!

    East Malling, Malling, Maidstone

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

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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
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