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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ELTHAM is a small ancient but pleasant town and suburb of London, adjoining Lee, eight miles S.E. from London, in the lathe of Sutton-at-Hone, Blackheath hundred, union of Lewisham, West Kent. The population, with Mottingham, in 1851, was 2.437.
    The church of St. John is a plain edifice, but was considerably improved and enlarged in 1819.
    The living is a discharged vicarage, in the diocese of London. There are six almshouses, founded by Thomas Philpot, in 1680, and Foster's Almshouses. There are two chapels - one for Independents, and the other for Wesleyans.
    Mottingham is a hamlet, partly in the parish of Eltham, and partly in that of Chislehurst, about one mile south from Eltham church,
    and three miles N.W. from Bromley.

    POST-OFFICE. - James Lawrence, Postmaster. Money Orders are granted and paid at this Office.

    Public Houses in Eltham

    TRADERS in Eltham in 1858


    Alchin, Richard T., Esq.
    Bartlett, Mrs., Court Yard
    Bean, Alfred W., Esq., Castle House
    Bloxham, Iliehard, Esq.
    Carter, George, Esq.
    Chamberlin, George, Esq.
    Chambers, John, Esq., Lee road
    Courage, Robert, Esq., Conduit Lodge
    Crewe, the Misses, Wood Ledge
    Cross, J., Esq.
    Cupiss, Mr. Francis P., High street
    Davis, Mrs. Milne, Miss Isabella, Court Yard
    Dobell, Henry W., Esq.
    Ellis, Mrs. Jane C.
    Fensham, Mrs. Amelia
    Gardener, _, Esq.
    Garland, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Grant, Colonel Edward
    Green, Robert, Esq.
    Greenfield, _, Esq.
    Goaset, Captain Arthur, magistrate
    Guillemard, Mrs. Ann Pearce
    Hale, Thomas, Esq., Avery hill
    Hartley, Mrs. Jane
    Hobson, Mrs. Louisa, High street
    Holmes, Mr. Henry
    Homersham, Samuel C., Esq.
    Hopkirk, Thomas, Esq.
    Howard, William, Esq., Lee road
    Jackson, Thomas, Esq.
    Jackson, Rev. William, Independent
    Jarman, Mr. Alfred, High street
    Keith, Mr. John, Court Villa
    King, David, Esq., M.D.
    Knightley, William P., Esq.
    Lambert, Mrs. Lucy, Eagle House
    Lewin, Henry, Esq., Park place
    Lewin, Thomas, Esq., magistrate
    Mann, Caleb, Esq.
    Marrs, William, Esq., Western park
    Martin, Thomas, Esq.
    McLeod, Thomas, Esq., Mottingham
    Mills, Richard, Esq., Moat Cottage
    Milne, Alexander George, Esq.,
    Miskin, Mr. W.
    Myers, Mrs.
    Nourse, E. C., Esq., M.D.
    Phillips, G. F., Esq.
    Prior, Herman L., Esq., Foot's Cray road
    Pritchard, George, Esq., R.M.A.
    Pritohard, Thomas, Esq.
    Reed, Francis, Esq.
    Richardson, Lawford, Esq.
    Schroeter, F. A., Esq.
    Stanbury, Mrs. Martha
    Snow, Rev. Arthur, M.A., Curate
    Taylor, Johnson C., Esq.
    Thomas, Colonel Henry, K.A.
    Turner, Henry, Esq.
    Vicat, James, Esq., Southwood House
    Warner, Mrs. Penelope
    Wilson, Benjamin, Esq.
    Wilson, Charles, Esq.
    Wood, Mrs., Eltham Lodge
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