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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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    East Peckham, Malling, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    East Peckham is a village and parish, seven miles N.E from Tunbridge, two miles and a half from Wateringbury station, and seven miles and a half from Maidstone. The population in 1851 was 2,254. The church, dedicated to St. Michael, is an ancient structure. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, and incumbency of the Rev. Middleton Onslow, M.A., vicar. The
    new church that was erected in 1842, dedicated to the Holy Trinity, is a
    very neat edifice. The Rev. John Charles Whish, M.A., is the incumbent.

    Here is also a place of worship for Wesleyans. Mount Pleasant is half a
    mile south; Roydon Hall, half a mile east; Larkins, one mile S.W.; Chidley
    Cross, Bullers, and Pound, two miles and a half south; Brandbridges, three
    miles S.E.; Snoll Hatch and Little Mill, three miles south; Poplar Green,
    two miles and a half .S.W.; Burnt House and Pierce Mill, three miles and
    a half S.W.

    West Peckham is a small parish adjoining East Peckham ....

    Public Houses in East Peckham


    Andrews, Miss, Mount Pleasant
    Biggenden, Mrs.
    Biggenden, William, Esq.
    Cook, William, Esq., Royden Hall
    Golding, William, Esq.
    Martin, Mrs. Thomas
    Monckton, the Misses
    Onslow, Rev, Middleton, M.A., Vicar
    Vine, Mrs.
    Whish, Rev. John Charles, M.A.


    Allen, William, farmer
    Austin, _, shopkeeper
    Bidwall, Edward, miller
    Biggenden, William, surgeon
    Bishop, George, Blackbird and Thrush
    Bishop, Robert, fruiterer
    Blunder, William, shopkeeper
    Boorman, T.H., Wild & Co, seed crushers, Medway cement and lime works
    Bugg, Richard, farmer
    Cheeseman, William, farmer
    Curtis, William, bootmaker
    Diprose, William, carpenter
    Finch, Thomas, farmer
    Fordham, Richard, shopkeeper and post office
    Fordham, William, butcher
    Gardiner, George, shopkeeper
    Gladish, John, boot maker
    Hatch, Charles, butcher
    Hatch, Isaac, farmer
    Hayes, _, Three Merry Boys
    Henham, William, farmer
    Hope, William, boot maker
    Iden, _, farmer
    Jones, Thomas, saddler
    Johnson, John, engineer and cooper
    Larking, James, farmer
    Laurence, Thomas, beer retailer
    Lee, Thomas, farmer
    Leeds, Richard, carpenter
    Lipscombe, Robert farmer
    Luck, John M., beer retailer
    Luxford, _, baker
    Maddocks, William, farmer and wheelwright
    Monckton, Edward and Frederick, farmers
    Norwood, William, Man of Kent
    Randall, Edward, shopkeeper
    Randall, James, saddler
    Ranger, Miss Catharine, ladies' school
    Rhodes, William, blacksmith
    Scott, Alfred, farmer
    Simes, Jesse, beer retailer
    Simes, Samuel, farmer
    Simmons, George, farmer
    Simmons, Thomas, farmer
    Smith, James, blacksmith
    Smith, John, Rose and Crown
    Starling, Robert James, surgeon
    Stevens, James, carpenter and builder
    Streeter, Thomas, Bell, and carpenter
    Thompson, Mrs. Frances, beer retailer
    Tonsett, James, farmer
    Turley, Robert, farmer
    Walter, Mrs. Frances, Fountain
    Webb, Thomas, carpenter
    Welfear, Mrs. Thomas, farmer
    Welfear, William; farmer
    Wells, George, tailor
    Wells, Joseph, blacksmith
    Wood, John, beer retailer and bricklayer
    Wood, John, boot maker

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