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Frittenden, Cranbrook, Tunbridge Wells

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

FRITTENDEN is a village and parish, four miles and a half N.E. from Cranbrook, and three miles S.W. from. Headcorn station. The population in 1851 was 908. The church is dedicated to St. Mary, and was rebuilt in 1840. The rectory is a handsome residence, and adjoins the church; the Rev. Edward Moore, M.A., is the incumbent.

POST-OFFICE - Edward Murphy, Receiver. Letters arrive from Staplehurst,
which is also the nearest Money. Order Office.

Public Houses in Frittenden


Moore, Rev. Edward, M.A., Rectory
Woolaston, Alexander L., Esq., Camdea place


Bates, Henry, carpenter
Bates, Stephen, farmer'
Beekin, William, shoemaker
Boorman, James, farmer
Bowles, John, blacksmith
Brakefield, John, farmer
Bushbridge, Mrs. Suaan, farmer
Croucher, William, farmer
Dapoon, Mrs. Elizabeth, beer retailer
Gurr, Ishmael, carpenter
Hickmott, John, farmer
Hickmott, Silas, farmer
Hickmott, Stephen, farmer
Hickmott, Thomas, farmer
Hickmott, William, farmer
Honess, John, farmer
Husband, John, butcher
Judge, William, farmer
Mercer, Robert, farmer
Monk, Edward, farmer
Orpin, Mrs. Ann, miller
Orpin, Mrs. Robert, farmer
Osborne, John, farmer
Pearson, William, farmer
Price, George, Bell
Pullinger, William, farmer
Rolfe, George, wheelwright
Stedman, John, saddler
Taylor, John, farmer
Thorpe, Edward, farmer
Wise, Joseph, farmer
Worsley George, wheelwright

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