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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

HARTLEY is a neat village, four miles east from Farmingham, six miles from Gravesend, S.W., and six miles from Dartford, S.E. The population in 1851 was 227. The church is a small and neat building; the Rev. Edwin Allen, M.A., is the incumbent. Grub street is half a mile west, and Idley one mile S.E.

Letters received through Dartford. The nearest Money Order Office is at Meopham.

GENTRY.

Allen, Rev. Edwin, M.A. | Parsons, Mrs. Mary

TRADERS.

Bensted, William, farmer
Best, George, farmer
Dean, Thomas, wheelwright
Eloomb, William, parish clerk
Hayes, Robert, King's Arms
Treadwell, James, farmer
Treadwell, William, Black Lion, and farmer
Treadwell, William, shopkeeper
Young, William, blacksmith


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