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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Harbledown, Bridge, Canterbury with Swale

    Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HARBLEDOWN is a Village pleasantly situated in the hundred of Westgate,
    one mile distant from Canterbury. The Church, dedicated to Saint Michael, stands on
    the point of a hill, and is of considerable antiquity. The Rev. Alfred Lyall, M.A.,

    POST-OFFICE- William B. Hammond, Receiver.

    Public Houses in Harbledown


    Boys, Henry Francis, Esq., Hermitage
    Cary, Mrs.
    Cooper, Thomas Sidney, Esq.
    Draycott, Captain
    Elvin, John Gurney, Esq.
    Elvin, Mrs.
    Ewins, Mr. Samuel
    Fleet, John, Esq.
    Goodwin, Miss
    Hobdon, Mr Henry James
    Halhed, Francis, Esq.
    Holme, Mr.
    Jackson, Colonel
    Kingsford, Miss
    Lyall, Rev. Edward, M.A.
    Mapleton, Miss, Summer-hill
    Pater, Miss
    Pearson, William, Esq., Hopeburne
    Rankin, Mrs.
    Sandon, Miss
    Scudamore, Edward, M.D., Summer-hill
    Smith, Mrs., Summer-hill
    Tucker, Miss, Summer-hill
    Tucker, Misses
    Twyman, Mrs. Mary
    Waters, Richard, Esq.
    Webb, Miss, Hall-place


    Bishop, Henry, the Plough
    Curtin, George, farmer
    Dunkin, John, farmer
    Elvey, Charles, boot maker
    Fox, William, wood dealer
    Gambrill, Joseph, Coach and Horses
    Hammond, William, postmaster
    James, George, wood dealer
    Keeler, Cephia, farmer
    Keeler, Thomas, farmer
    Keeler, William, farmer
    Luckhurst, John, shopkeeper
    Mount, James, blacksmith
    Shaxby, James, beer retailer
    Smith, Edward, artist
    Steed, Edgar, miller and seedsman
    Stone, Mr., bailiff
    Stringer, Edward, wheelwright

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