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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

    Frindsbury, Strood, Medway

    Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Frindsbury

    GENTRY.
    Boghurst, Misses Jane and Maria
    Day, Mr. Thomas
    Formley, Rev. James, M.A., Vicar
    Hulkes, Mr. James
    Savage, Captain Henry
    Smooker, Mr. Thomas
    Shepperd, Rev. _, Curate
    Young, Mrs. Ann


    TRADERS.

    Aldersley, William H., butcher, Upnor
    Baber, Walter, schoolmaster
    Ballard, William Market gardener
    Ballard, John, market gardener
    Baldwick, George, farmer
    Batchelor, John, bricklayer
    Beadle, William, nurseryman, Bill street
    Berry, Richard, baker, Bill street
    Blake, Arthur, Jolly Sailor, Upnor
    Burge and Johnson, Portland cement manufacturers
    Byron, Sarah, baker
    Castle, William, farmer
    Charlton, Joseph, Royal Oak, Bill street
    Chambers, Catharine, beer retailer
    Cheetham, George, shipwright
    Clark, Mrs. Ann, baker
    Curel, James and John, barge builders
    Evenden, James, market gardener
    Everest, Henry, farmer
    Everest, Henry, miller, Prospect mills
    Ford and Sons, brickmakers, Upnor
    Formby, Frederick, brickmaker,
    Fulkes, John, maltster
    Gates, John, carpenter
    Gates, Richard, registrar
    Grinsted, William, butcher
    Hammond, Thomas, butcher
    Hammond, William, market gardener
    Harris, Christopher, Crown and Anchor
    Hart, Henry, brick manufacturer
    Hone, Henry, King's Arms, Upnor
    Hunt, Henry, shopkeeper
    Jarrett, George, shopkeeper, Upnor
    King, James, boot and shoe maker
    Kimmin, William, miller
    Little, William B., barge owner
    Martin, Joseph Job, Railway Tavern
    McPherson, George, King's Head
    Newton, John, grocer
    Odds, George, Bear and Ragged Staff
    Page, William, smith
    PMpps, Elizabeth, shopkeeper
    Roberts, George, grocer
    Roffway, George, Canal Tavern
    Ruck, Robert, barge owner and timber merchant
    Smeed, Thomas, boot maker
    Spong, Ambrose, farmer
    Stickings, Samuel, shoemaker and postmaster
    Stollery, Robert, beer retailer
    Stone, William, baker, Upnor
    Summers, James, jun., lime burner
    Subweeks, William, beer retailer
    Summers, Thomas, beer retailer
    Sutton, Thomas, Marlborough Head
    Tollast, William, Bell
    Tomlin, Richard, blacksmith
    Walkin, Miss T., day school
    Whitbread, Thomas, market gardener
    Wickenden, Thomas, farmer
    Willard, George, shopkeeper
    Williams, _, grocer
    Woodham, William, farmer
    Wyles, Thomas, farmer
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