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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