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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!

    Egerton, West Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Egerton

    EGERTON is a parish to the S.W. of Charing, four miles north from Pluckley station, and eight from Ashford station. The church is dedicated to Saint James, is an ancient and handsome building; the living is a perpetual curacy; the Rev. William Ayerst, MA., is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 830. Stonebridge Green is half a mile N.E.; Rosemary Lane one and a half miles N.E.; Water Street one and a half miles north ; Puscombe one mile north; Goodale half a mile north; Coldbrook one mile west; Pembles Cross one mile west; Links half a mile west; New Land Green one mile S.W.; Monday Boys is one mile and a half south; Brown Kitchen one mile and a half south.; Warnden two miles S.W.; Markhurst two miles and a half S.W,; and Iden half a mile east.

    POST-OFFICE - Daniel Fitch, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at Charing.

    Ayerst, Rev. William, M.A.,Rector.
    Gregory, George, B., Esq.
    Harrison, Mr. Thomas.


    Amos, Edward, the George
    Austen, George, jun., farmer, Greenhill farm
    Austen, George, sen., farmer
    Bekin, Isaac, farmer, Pembles cross
    Bourne, Richard, wheelwright, &c.
    Brenchley, Henry, farmer, Hollis farm
    Basse, Jesse, farmer, Pembles cross
    Clapton, Mrs., blacksmith
    Coppins, William, Queen's Arms
    Davis, Thomas, farmer
    Davis, William, farmer
    Day, Edward, farmer
    Day, James, farmer
    Day, John, jun., farmer
    Earle, George, farmer
    Fitch, Daniel, saddler and post master
    Foster, Henry, farmer
    Foster,William, farmer, Court Lodge Farm
    Fowle, Thomas, farmer
    Gore, John, farmer
    Hooker, John, farmer
    Hopkins, James, farmer, Newland green
    Hopkins, Joseph, farmer
    Johnson, John, farmer, Burscombe Farm
    Johnstone, Henry, grocer
    Long, Michael, parish clerk
    Luck, John, grocer
    Mackelden, Edward, Beer retailer
    Mackelden, Pharoah, tailor
    Milgate, Robert, butcher
    Offen, Charles, farmer, Monday's boy's farm
    Peck, George, farmer
    Smith, James, bricklayer
    Tucker, Thomas, farmer
    Turk, John, farmer, Bedlam lane
    Turk, John, farmer, Egerton Fostal
    Turk, Richard, beer retailer
    Wanstall, George, miller, Egerton
    White, William, shoemaker
    White, John, farmer

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