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EYNSFORD is a village and parish, one mile from Farningham, and eight north of Sevenoaks, and six from Dartford. The population in 1851 was 1,323. The church is dedicated to St. Martin, and is a fine building, of Norman architecture. The living is a vicarage, in the peculiar jurisdiction of the see of Canterbury. The Rev. Richard Nevill Cornwell is vicar.

POST-OFFICE. - Alfred trudwick, Postmaster. letters arrive from Dartford.

GENTRY.
Cornwall, Rev. Richard N., Vicarage
Fellows, John W.,Esq.
Fellows, Mrs.
Maucly, Mr. D.

TRADERS.

Bark, John, Harrow
Benham, Henry, tailor
Benham, Maria, grocer
Benham, Henry, jun., butcher
Brice, Stephen, Five Bells
Fellows, Mr. J., paper manufacturer
Gibson, William, blacksmith
Goodwin, Thomas, grocer
Goose, John, farmer
Heam, William, wheelwright
Hodsoll, Mr., land agent and valuer
Humphrey, John, farmer
Ives, D., boot and shoe maker
Mandy, George, farmer
Marsland, Mr., builder
Mason, Thomas, tailor
Mason, William, plumber and glazier
Rag, Thomas, farmer
Richards, Thomas, fishmonger
Sargent, James, surveyor
Strudwick, Alfred, postmaster
Wellard, John, builder
Wickham, William, grocer
Yates, Samuel, baker

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