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Halstead, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Pubs in Halstead

HALSTEAD is a village, six miles from Sevenoaks, containing 289 inhabitants. The church is dedicated to St. Margaret. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Thomas Kerwood Bowyer, M.A. is the incumbent.
Broke Farm, Cadlock's Hill, and Bopeep, are one mile north ; Richmore Hill is half a mile S.W.; Washneys, one mile S.W.; Currie one mile south.

POST-OFFICE - George Slaughter, Receiver. Letters arrive from Sevenoaks.
The nearest Money Order Office is at Sevenoaks.

GENTRY.

Atkins, John P., Esq., Ealstead place
Bowyer, Rev. Thomas JL, M.A., Rector
Mann, Mrs. C. L.
Young, Mrs. Charlotte

TRADERS.

Atkins, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Brooker, Robert, fruiterer
Bowen, John, timber dealer and farmer
Drifflelds, John and Robert, farmers, Stone House Farm
Graham, William, fruiterer
Hicks, William Gunman, farmer
Parrell, Charles, Cock
Parrell, Peter, farmer
Rose, Mrs. Laura, schoolmistress
Rose, Richard, schoolmaster
Slaughter, George, grocer and post-office
Vallins, Henry, parish clerk
Walton, John, fruiterer
Whitehead, Joseph, grocer
Whitehead, Robert, farmer, Currie Farm


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