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LOWER HALLING is a small parish, five miles S.W. of Rochester. The population in 1851 was 550. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Bishop of Rochester. The Rev. Joshua Nalson is the incumbent. Upper Halling is one mile west.

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Nalson, Rev. Joshua.

TRADERS.

Brett, John, shopkeeper
Castle, Thomas, farmer
Formby, Charles, lime burner
Hearnden, Robert, Black Boys
Jupp, Richard, wheelwright
Lee, Son, and Smith, lime burners, Halling Lime Works
Luchford, James, Five Bells
Norman, Edward, Plough, and farmer
Pemble, Isaac, butcher

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