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    Hadlow, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HADLOW is a large village and parish on the main road from Maidstone to Tunbridge station, 10 miles S.E. from Maidstone, and four N.E. from Tunbridge. The population in 1851 was 2,395. The church, dedicated to St Mary, is a neat edifice. The living is a vicarage, in the presentation and incumbency of the Rev. James Isaac Monypenny, M.A. There is a Baptist and also a Wesleyan chapel. Bourn Side is one mile and a half south; Golden Green, one mile S.E.; Dairy Farm, onw mile and a half south; Hartlake Bridge, two miles south on the Medway; Camel's Land, one mile and a half south; Fishall, one mile and a half S.W.; Stair and Pen Bridge, two miles S.W.; Green Trees, two miles S.W.; Finch Green, two miles S.W.; Pottery, one mile and a half N.W.; Stallion's Green, one mile S.W.; Barn Street, one mile S.E.; Starve Crow, two miles west; Lower Gage Green, three miles S.W.

    POST-OFFICE. - Josiah Oliver, Receiver. Letters arrive from Tunbridge. Money Orders are granted and paid at this Office.

    Public Houses in Hadlow

    GENTRY.
    Bowman, Robert Henry, Esq., Grange
    Carnell, the Misses Jane and Emma, New House
    Gordon, James Edward, Esq., Hadlow House
    Hales. _, Esq.
    Holdswovth, Rev. G. H,, Curate, Parsonage
    Kibble, Thomas, Esq., Green Trees
    Lovejoy, Mr. Charles, Tench
    May, Walter Horatio, Esq.
    Monypenny, Rev. James Isaac, M.A. Vicar, Vicarage
    Vine, George John, Esq.


    TRADERS

    Agate, Henry, grocer and draper
    Baldwin, James, farmer
    Barbara, Edward, inland revenue officer
    Barnes, Thomas, blacksmith
    Barnes, William, tailor
    Barton, George, saddle and harness maker
    Barton, John, carpenter
    Beale, William, carrier and farmers, Close Brewery
    Bedford, G., and Burfoot, G., millers
    Bennett, James, King's Head
    Bishop, Thomas, beer retailer
    Bowman, Robert, farmer, Grange
    Bradley, John, beer retailer
    Brigden, James, shopkeeper
    Burfoot, Charles, butcher
    Burfoot, Thomas, cooper
    Callow, George, baker
    Catt, Edward, bailiff farmer
    Cheesman, G., builder
    Cheesman, W., furniture dealer
    Cowley, T., boot and shoe maker
    Cox, William, farmer
    Croxford, William, boot and shoemaker
    Crump, John, bricklayer, Gold Hill Green
    Crundwell, Joseph, watch and clock maker
    Dickenson, J., hop factor
    Duke, William Richard, farmer
    Edward, Sarah, farmer
    Eldon, John, Bell, and builder, Gold Hill Green
    Everest, William, butcher
    Greenaway, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Grover, Richard, blacksmith and beer retailer
    Griffin, Michael, national schoolmaster
    Griffin, Mrs., national schoolmistress
    Hammond, John, brewer and beer retailer
    Harrison, and Taylor, maltsters, brewers,
    Hatch, Alfred, assistant overseer
    Humphrey, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
    Kipping, Charles, farmer
    Kipping, William, farmer
    Larking, John, farmer
    Lawrence, Richard, wheelwright
    Leeds, John, builder and grocer
    Letchford, Robert, beer retailer
    Mankelow, William, brick maker and
    Mankelow, William jun., carrier
    Maplesden, Charles, farmer
    Martin, John, beer retailer
    Martin, Isaac, farmer
    May, Robert, shopkeeper
    Montague, Charles, farmer
    Murrell, Reuben, blacksmith
    Norton, Edward, boot and shoe maker
    Nye, John, farmer
    Oliver, Josiah, bookseller, stationer, bookbinder, Berlin and fancy repository, and post-office
    Osborne, Joseph, academy
    Palmer, Thomas, Greyhound
    Phillips, William, farmer
    Philpot, John, hairdresser, &c.
    Richardson, Stephen, beer retailer
    Richardson, George, farmer and brickmaker
    Richmond, Mrs. Sarah, farmer, Barn Street
    Rixon, Thomas, grocer
    Saxby, Henry, linendraper.
    Seger, George R., grocer and tailor
    Sherwood, John, veterinary surgeon
    Simmons and Martin, brewers, maltsters, and farmers, Style's Place Brewery
    Skinner, Mr., farmer Watson, Henry, butcher, &c.
    Smith, Thomas, plumber, &c.
    Soper, Henry, plumber and glazier
    Steadman, George, miller
    Taylor, Edmund, beer retailer
    Taylor, George, coach maker
    Taylor, Thomas, farmer, Barn Street
    Thompson, John, farmer, Bourn Farm
    Turner, James, baker
    Vine, George John, surgeon
    Waller, Mrs., day school
    Walter, William, beer retailer
    Walters, Stephen, day and boarding school
    Warnett, James, blacksmith and beer retailer
    Warren, Robert, boot and shoe maker
    Waterhouse, James, farmer, Fishall Farm
    Waterhouse, Charles, farmer
    Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth, beer retailer
    Wells, George, bricklayer
    Whiting, Joseph, currier
    Wightwick, William, farmer
    Winser, Brothers, grocers, drapers, and ironmongers
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