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    Edenbridge, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    EDENBRIDGE is a parish, small market town, and railway station, 14 miles from Tunbridge Wells, 11 from Reigate, and 24 from Maidstone. The population in 1851 was 1,718. There is a corn market held every Tuesday, and a fine cattle market, which is held on the third Tuesday in each month. The church is dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, and is a handsome edifice. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev. Richard Board, M.A., vicar of Westerham. The Baptists and Independents have each a place of worship.

    POST-OFFICE. - John Norman, Postmaster. Money Orders are granted and paid at this Office.

    Public Houses in Edenbridge


    Arnold, George, Esq.
    Bowman, A., Esq.
    OhaWler, Rev. Thomas
    Cobbett, John M., Esq.
    Finlinson, Rev. Joshua, M.A.
    Geere, Richard, Esq.
    Golding, William, Esq.
    Gore, Frederick Robert, Esq.
    Gratwiok, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Hayton, Mrs.
    Head, George Frederick, Esq.
    Hoare, Charles, Esq.
    James, James, Esq.
    Kipping, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Lightfoot,_, Esq.
    Macdonald, Rev. Alexander
    Saunders, Edward, Esq.
    Searle, Mrs.


    Adams, George, carpenter
    Arnold, George, solicitor
    Aynscomb, Joseph, shopkeeper
    Bassett, John, miller
    Bassett, William, butcher
    Belton, Mrs., blacksmith
    Butcher, James, farmer
    Card, Mrs., baker
    Chandler, John, grocer, &c.
    Cheal, Jesse, farmer
    Coleman, William, farmer
    Corke, Augustus, auctioneer
    Cottell, James, farmer
    Cripps, William James, Albion Commercial Hotel
    Day and Co., coal merchants
    Dicker, John, cricket bat maker
    Drivers, Misses Ann and Elizabeth, milliners, &c.
    Ellis, John, baker
    East, John, carpenter
    Evans, C. E., chemist and druggist
    Firminger, John, carpenter
    Gascoigne, Isaac, Crown Commercial Inn
    Geere, Richard, surgeon
    Golding, the Misses, ladies' seminary
    Goodwin, William, builder
    Goodwin, Daniel, builder
    Gooding, Daniel, farmer
    Gregory, Henry, White Horse Inn
    Groves, Sarah, carrier
    Gunner, Mrs., farmer
    Hayward, William, watch and clock maker
    Hoare, Charles, academy
    Holmden, James, appraiser
    Holmden, Alfred, farmer
    Howell, William, station master
    Hubbard, William, farmer
    Jeal, Jesse, fishmonger
    Jeal, John, timber merchant
    Jeffery, John, fellmonger
    Jenner, Edward, grocer
    Jewell, Henry, farmer
    Jordan, Richard, bricklayer
    Killick, Richard, farmer
    King, John, brewer, etc
    Lane, Frank P., ironmonger
    Langridge, Thomas, leather cutter
    Leigh, the Misses, dressmakers
    Leigh, Edward, carpenter
    Leigh, Henry, farmer
    Leigh, Spencer, carpenter
    Leigh, William, builder
    Longley, Obadiah, farmer
    Marsh, John, farmer
    May, Thomas, Wheat Sheaf Inn
    Mellish, James and Sons, millers etc
    Miller, Thomas, cooper
    Mills, Mrs Frances
    Mills, Thomas, farmer
    Mitchenall, William, boot and shoe maker
    Nightingale, Mrs Elizabeth, dressmaker
    Norman, John, postmaster, stationer and stamp distributor
    Pilcher, Miss Susan, ladies' seminary
    Quickenden, Thomas, blacksmith
    Quickenden, Robert, farmer
    Richardson, Daniel, farmer
    Russell, Henry, tailor
    Sales, Richard, shopkeeper
    Sanders, George, farmer
    Saxby, William, land surveyor
    Seal, Benjamin, butcher
    Searle, William, farmer
    Searle, James, farmer
    Shearman, James, famer
    Simmons, Joseph, boot maker
    Smith, Richard, and Sons, plumbers etc
    Sitford, John, baker
    Sparrowhawk, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Stanford, Frederick, miller etc
    Theobald, Edward, hairdresser
    Waghorn, William, farmer
    Wallis, Mrs Esther, wheelwright
    Walter, George, plumber and glazier
    Wickenden, John, stationer
    Whibley, David, farmer
    Winter, William, wheelwright
    Withers, Nicholas, grocer and draper
    Whitmore, Thomas, farmer
    Wood, William, farmer
    Woodhams, Obed, farmer
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