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Graveney, Faversham, Canterbury with Swale

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

GRAVENEY is a village adjoining the Swale, and is in Boughton-under-Blean hundred, and Faversham union, East Kent, lathe of Scray, three miles N.E. of Faversham. The population in 1851 was 207. The church of All Saints is small and ancient. The living is a vicarage, united to that of Goodnestone, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury and John Price Lade, Esq. The Rev. Joshua Strattan, M.A., vicar. Nagden is one mile and a half west on Faversham Creek; Broan Street is half a mile west; Sand Hills one mile west; Bough Hills half a mile east.

Letters received through Faversham, which, is also the nearest Money Order Office.

TRADERS
Dunk, Thomas, fisherman - Sportsman
Gibbs, Robert, Four Horse Shoes, and carpenter
Jenkins. Ridley, shopkeeper
Knowler, John, shopkeeper
Minter, Henry, farmer
Murton, Charles, farmer, Sands Bank
Settatree, Jacob, wheelwright etc
Smith George, parish clerk


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