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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

    Eythorne, Dover, Thanet with Dover

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Eythorne

    EYTHORNE is divided into Upper and Lower Eythorne. The village consists of two adjoining places, Eythorne, and Eythorne Green - seven miles N.E. of Dover, and S.W. of Sandwich. The population in 1851 was 435. The church is dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, and is small; six miles from Dover. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Earl of Guilford and Thomas Papillion, Esq., of Acrise; the Rev. George H. T. Farbrace, M.A., is the incumbent. Here is a Baptist chapel and a free school.

    POST-OFFICE - Beaseley Makey, Receiver. Letters received through Sandwich.
    The nearest Money Order Offices are at Deal and Sandwich.

    Barnewell, Mrs. Mary
    Clark, Mrs. Jemima r
    Farbrace, Rev. G.B.. T., M..A,, Rector
    Fector, Peter L., Esq.
    Parker, Captain John, R.N.
    Pledge, Rev. Ebenezer

    Ayers, John, butcher
    Bean, William, carpenter and wheelwright
    Belsey, farmer, Minacre
    Brine, _, steward,
    Chalk, F. A., surgeon
    Eastes, William, bricklayer
    Ede, Frederick, baker
    Gray, William, maltster
    Harvey, Thomas, farmer
    Harvey, William, farmer, Eythorne Court
    Heritage, Henry, farmer, Minaere
    Hewlett, T. P. N., grammar schools
    Higgins, James, cooper
    Hogben, Richard, White Horse
    Hussey, Francis, saddler
    Ladd, John, Crown
    Makey, John, carpenter
    Makey, Beasley, grocer, baker, and postmaster
    Manser, Edward, tailor
    Merryfield, James, gardener
    Mount, John, saddler
    Parker, Mark, farmer
    Pierce, Isaac, farmer
    Pilcher, Clements, farrier
    Pilcher, Mrs. Elizabeth, blacksmith
    Rouse, Miss, ladies' boarding school
    Smith, Simon, farmer
    Wanstall, Thomas, bootmaker
    Wyborne, Robert, butcher

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