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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

    Foots Cray, Bromley, Bromley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    THE CRAYS are four respectable villages and parishes, contiguous to each other, in the lathe of Sutton-at-Hone, Ruxley hundred, and Bromley union, West Kent. The most important of the four villages is St. Mary Cray, with a population, in 1851, of 1,400. Next is Foot's Cray, which was formerly called Fore's Cray. It lies on the direct road from London to Maidstone, and is five miles from Bromley; the population of which, in 1851, was 369, and of North Cray, 570, and St. Paul's Cray, 554. Each of
    these villages has its parish church; they are in the diocese of Canterbury.
    FOOT'S CRAYS.

    GENTRY.
    Chapman, the Misses
    Jeffries, Captain .
    Kinder, Richard, Esq.
    Madox, T. F., Esq.
    Pritchard, Thomas, Esq.
    Vansittart, Arthur, Esq
    Warrener, Rev. Enoch, M.A., Rector

    TRADERS.

    Allen, Robert, farmer
    Attree, Eardley, wood dealer
    Balls, Stephen, stationer and postmaster
    Beecham, John, Black Horse
    Benge, Mrs. Sophia, beer retailer
    Bennett, Benjamin, grocer
    Clark, Thomas, tailor
    Clark, Thomas, coach builder
    Francis, Edward, builder
    Francis, John, shoemaker
    Hanis, Thomas, Tiger's Head
    Haylett, Robert, baker
    Humphrey, James, beer retailer
    Jull, William, blacksmith
    Kelsey, William, grocer
    King, James, broom maker
    King, William, beer retailer
    May, John, farmer
    Mills, Thomas, butcher
    Morgan, John, Seven Stars
    Parker, Thomas, basket maker
    Pollard, George, paper maker
    Poole, John shoemaker
    Pritchard, Thomas, surgeon
    Richardson, Thomas, grocer
    Spooner, Abraham, grocer
    Sim, Robert, nurseryman
    Welsh, Mrs. George, blacksmith
    Wood, Mrs. James, baker
    Wooldridge, Alfred, corn merchant
    Wright, Thomas, carpenter
    Yates, William, carrier
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