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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


HACKINGTON, commonly called ST. STEPHEN'S, is a parish, about half a mile from Canterbury. The church is an ancient edifice, in the form of a cross. Near the churchyard is a fine mansion, erected in 1768, by Sir Edward Hales.

GENTRY.

Baker, Mrs. Mary
Brodstreet, Miss S. L. .
Gammon, Mrs. S., Bridge House Plumptre, Miss
Hales, Mrs. F.
Howley, Major
Pemell, Peter, Esq
White, Rev. John, M.A., Vicar

TRADERS.

Austen, Edward, Beverly Arms
Bedwell, Thomas, farmer
Clements, W., coach proprietor
Smith John, carpenter
Wood, James, farmer


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