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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.
FRINSTED is a parish and village, three miles and a half N.E. from Hollingbourn, 10 from Maidstone station, and five south of Sittingbourne. The church is dedicated to. St. Dunstan, and is an old building. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Hon. Thomas Pemberton Leigh; the Rev. Robert Wright, M.A., is the incumbent. Kippen is half a mile S.E.; Tony Hill, one mile and a half west; Tinfold Hill, one mile S.E.; Yoke's
Court, one mile S.E.; Miriam's Court, one mile south; Lenniker one mile and a half south; Wrensted Court, one mile and a half south
POST-OFFICE - Phoebe Eason, Postmistress. Letters received through Sittingbourne.
Pemberton, Edward Leigh, Esq. | Wright, Rev. Robert, M.A.;
Champion, Edward, Blacksmiths' Arms
Champion, John, farmer^ Kippen
Davis, Charles, smith and farrier
Eason, George, parish clerk
Eason, Mrs. Phoebe, postmistress
Filmer, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
Filmer, Thomas, farmer, Lord's hill
Gibson, William, shopkeeper
Goodhew, William and Daniel, fruiterers
Hudson, Thomasy farmer, Yoke's Court
Maxted, Joseph, farmer
Palmer, Henry, fanner, Minets Hill