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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

    Harrietsham, Hollingbourn, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    HARRIETSHAM is a parish, seven miles east from Maidstone, and two west from Lenham, in the lathe of Aylesford, Eyharne hundred, and Hollingbourn union. The church is an ancient edifice, with tower and eight bells. Rev. J. C. B. Riddell is the rector, and Rev. Julian Pratt, curate.

    POST-OFFICE. - W. Bottle, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at Charing.

    Public Houses in Harrietsham

    GENTRY.

    Baldwin, W. W. T., Esq., Stede hill, and Rutland square, Edinburgh
    Pepys, Edmund, Esq., Stede hill, and Upper Harley street, London
    Pratt, Rev. Julian, M.A., Curate | Riddell, Rev. John C, B., M.A., Rector


    TRADERS.

    Ambrose, Charles, farmer
    Bentley, James, farmer
    Betts, William, farmer
    Boorman, John, wheelwright
    Bottle, William, builder, land surveyor, and postmaster
    Crump, Thomas, farmer
    Churchill, Robert, shopkeeper
    Cogger, William, grocer and draper
    Couchman, Charles, Roe Buck
    Cleaver, Thomas, bricklayer and lime burner
    Coleman, William, carpenter
    Coomber, Robert, cooper
    Cutbush, John, Bell Inn, and wheelwright
    Cutbush, John, parish clerk
    Dalton, Abraham, farmer
    Drury, John, farmer and brick burner
    Else, George, butcher
    Fermor, Richard, collector of taxes
    Fuller, John Samuel, farmer
    Good, William, farmer
    Harrison, Thomas, farmer and timber merchant
    Hatcher Henry, farmer and beer retailer
    Hogben, John, farmer
    Hudson, William, farmer and miller
    Hughes, Richard, butcher
    Hughes, George, shopkeeper
    Mons, William, watchmaker
    Norrington, Edward, farmer
    Paskins, James, bricklayer
    Reeves, George, farmer
    Tappenden, Henry, miller, Polhill Mill
    Tong, James, bricklayer and beer retailer
    Turner, Thomas, blacksmith and farrier
    Vinson, J.ohn, farmer
    Waters, Thomas, shoemaker

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