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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!

    Eastchurch, Sheppey, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Eastchurch

    Eastchurch is six miles east of Sheerness, and in 1851 contained 952 inhabitants. The church is an ancient erection, dedicated to All Saints, and contains some fine monuments.
    Barton, Rev. John, Rector
    Pratt, Abraham, Esq.


    Bensted, Thomas, farmer
    Bigg, R., farmer
    Brisley, Abraham, farmer
    Brisley, John, farmer
    Burford, William, farmer
    Chapple, G., Castle
    Collard, George, grocer
    Coultrip, J., farmer
    Coveney, Thomas, farmer
    Ford, Thomas, farmer, Whitehouse Farm
    Glass, James, shoemaker
    Gooding, John, grocer
    Goodwin, James, farmer
    Greenstreet, William, parish clerk and carpenter
    Hill, Jesse Henry, farmer, Rowlett's Farm
    Hooker, E., saddler
    Jackson, G., baker
    Johnson, James, grocer
    Keeler, William, Crooked Billet
    King, G., farmer
    Loft, Mrs. Ann, blacksmith
    Mantle, James, farmer, Punnell's Farm
    Marshall, W., farmer
    Matson, John, farmer
    Mitchell, Thomas, farmer, Swanley Farm
    Pratt, John and Abraham, farmers
    Pym, Stephen, farmer, Parsonage Farm
    Swift, Thomas, butcher and post-office
    Taylor, Edward, shoemaker
    Vinson, Thomas, farmer
    Waugh, William, draper
    White, Mr., farmer
    Whiting, Mrs. Ann P., mistress of national school
    Whiting, George, master of national school
    Williams, Thomas, blacksmith
    Wood, George, farmer

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