London historical street directory and pub history

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

Eastry, Eastry, Thanet with Dover

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


EASTRY is a large village, two miles and a half south of Sandwich station, four miles and a half north from Deal, and 13 miles from Canterbury. The population in 1851 was 1697. The church dedicated to St. Mary, is a spacious edifice. The living is a vicarage in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and incumbency of the Rev. Charles Carus Wilson. The Wesleyans have a small chapel here.
The Union House, which is very commodious, is situate at the S.W. end of the village, and in 1851 had 464 inmates. Heronden is a hamlet half a mile S.W.; Selson and Gower, half a mile N.W.; Statenborough, quarter of a mile N.E.; Felderland, or Falderland, and Buckland, one mile N.E.

POST-OFFICE - George Foord, Receiver. Letters arrive from Sandwich, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

Public Houses in Eastry

GENTRY.
Boteler, William F., Esq.
Bridger, Mrs
Castle, Robert, Esq.
Castle, Thomas, Esq.
Deveson, Mr. Richard
Evans, Thomas, Esq.
Harvey, the Misses
Harvey, Capt. John, R.N.
Kenrick, John, Esq.
Moat, Mrs.
Rae, Mrs.
Sayer, Capt. George, R.N.
Wilson, Rev. Charles C.


TRADERS.

Andrews, Thomas, farmer
Baker, Joseph, farmer
Bayley, Stephen, grocer
Beal, James, farmer
Belsey, Henry, farmer
Belts, George, butcher
Bowes, John, maltster
Bowes, Thomas, farmer
Bowman, Joseph, house agent
Butler, James, sadler
Clark, Stephen, miller
Clark, William 0., miller
Cobus, Thomas, saddler
Court, John, cow keeper
Culver, Elias, Five Bells
Deveson, George, farmer & market gardener
Drayson, William, blacksmith
Fagg, Richard, tailor
Famariss, William, farmer
Famariss, Henry, farmer
Ferrier, William, grocer and baker
Fithall, George, farmer
Foord, Abraham, bricklayer
Foord, George, stationer, plumber, painter, and glazier, and post master
Frewer, Thomas, plumber and painter
Harden, Mr., linen draper
Horton, William, corn chandler
Kittams, Mrs., beer retailer
Lawrence, George, shoemaker
Leggatt, Richard S., surgeon
Lepine, Charles, Bull
Mann, Thomas, Coach and Horses
Marsh, Thomas, leather seller and shoemaker
Medgett, Thomas, farmer
Moat, Richard, carpenter
Moat, Samuel, builder and blacksmith
Oldfield, George, farmer
Phillpott, Charles, market gardener
Pittock, William, butcher
Prior, Ephraim, wheelwright
Sharp, Ebenezer, baker and cooper
Soames, Thomas, bricklayer and limeburner
Terry, George, corn factor
Terry, William, grocer, baker, and beer retailer
Thompson, Edward, plumber
Wacher, Thomas F., farmer
Wood, George, farmer
Wyborn, Alfred, baker

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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Entire London Street Listing in 1843 - by surname.

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London 1940 Street directory 1940

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