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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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Elham, East Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ELHAM or Eleham, is a parish in Longborough hundred, and lathe of Shepway, twelve miles south of Canterbury. This place was formerly a market town. The population in 1851 was 1,207. The church is a fine edifice in the early English style. The living is a vicarage in the gift of Merton College, Oxford. Rev. W. Wodehouse, vicar.
    Standen Hill is one mile east; Ladwood, Winterdown, Oad and Blandred, two miles east; Wick, one mile S.E.; Shuttlefield or Shettlefield, two miles south; Ottinge, one mile and a half S.W.; Rhoads, Minnis, Monkgate, and Mapheggar, two miles west;
    Axted, half a mile west; Parkgate, three quarters of a mile N.W.; Greenacre, one mile and a half north; Bevans Green, two miles and a half north; Bladbean or Bladbin, two miles north; Wingmore, two miles and a half north; White-horse and Red-hook, three miles north; Lodge Lee, two miles north; Windgate and Rake's Hole, two miles N.E.

    POST-OFFICE - Richard Keeler, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at Folkstone and Canterbury.

    Public Houses in Elham

    GENTRY.
    Beattie, James, Esq.
    Dale, Mr. William
    Keeler, John Mr.
    Wodehouse, Rev. Walker, M.A., Vicar
    Woollett, Mrs.

    TRADERS.

    Andrews, William, farmer
    Bailey, James, shopkeeper
    Beattie, James, surgeon
    Birch, Stephen, farmer
    Bourne, Thomas, farmer
    Bowes, William, grazier
    Brice, William, farmer
    Broadbridge, George, farmer
    Camburn, George, butcher
    Clayson, Thomas, grazier
    Collier, William, farmer
    Coltham, William, King's Arms
    Coppin, George, carpenter and shopkeeper
    Court, William, farmer
    Crouch, Henry, farmer
    Culling, Charles, carpenter school
    Culling, William, grazier
    Dale, John, farmer
    Dunn, Samuel E., watchmaker
    Ellen, Valentine, farmer
    File, Charles, shopkeeper and farmer
    File, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    File, Prederick, carpenter 
    File, William, farmer
    Floyd, Mrs. Charlotte, baker
    Fordred, William, farmer
    Foreman, Richard, carpenter
    Fuller, Henry, farmer
    Smith, Thomas, shoemaker
    Gale, George, tailor
    Gammon, George, farmer
    Gosby, Richard, farmer
    Gibson, William, tailor
    Gilbert, George, farmer
    Goldfinch, Henry, shopkeeper
    Hambrook, Richard, farmer
    Hambrook, Richard, jun., farmer
    Hammond, Henry, miller
    Harrison, F., the Palm-tree
    Hogben, George, brewer
    Hogben, Richard, farmer
    Huxstep, Joseph, bootmaker
    Johnson, William, shopkeeper
    Keeler, Thomas, baker
    Keeler, Richard, harness maker
    Keeler, Thomas, farmer
    Kelsey, John, farmer
    Kelsey, Stephen, farmer
    Mount, William, farmer
    Noble, William, Rose and Crown
    Norrington, Michael, farmer
    Outhwite, William, master of the British
    Palmer, William, farmer
    Piloher, Thomas, farmer
    Pitcher, John, carpenter
    Quested, Matthew, farmer
    Quested, Richard, blacksmith and farmer
    Richards, Clement, bricklayer
    Rigden, Robert, farmer
    Rigden, Thomas,. New Inn
    Rolfe, James, farmer
    Rolfe, Richard, farmer
    Rootes, John, farmer
    Smith, William, farmer
    Smith, William, farmer
    Spicer, John, farmer
    Stiff, James, farmer
    Stroud, William, grazier
    Walsh, James, drill-sergeant
    Whitnall, Edward, farmer
    Woollett, William .farmer
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