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    Hayes, Bromley, Bromley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HAYES is a village two miles S.S.W. from Bromley, 14 from London, and four miles and a half from Croyden railway station. The population in 1851 was 552.
    The church is dedicated to St Mary, and is in the centre of the village. The living is a rectory in the dioceses of Canterbury, and gift of the rector of Orpington. The Rev George V Read is rector.
    Barnet is half a mile south, and Burston one mile west.

    POST-OFFICE. - John Mumford, Postmaster. Letters arrive from Bromley.

    GENTRY.
    Alp, Mr. William
    Back, Mr. John
    Gator, Colonel John Farnaby
    Drummond, Rev. William
    Dudin, James, Esq.
    Findlay, Mr. Alexander, Hayes' common
    Fry, James Thomas, Esq., Hayes' co'mmon
    Hare, William, Esq.
    Maysey, Frederick, Esq.
    Reed, Rev. George V., Rector
    Strong, Mrs. Catherine
    Thompson, Captain T. S., R.N.
    Trail, Miss W. B., Hayes' place


    TRADERS.

    Angus, Jonathan W., mealman
    Bath, Thomas, tailor
    Butcher, John, bricklayer
    Harrod, James, shopkeeper
    Holmes, Humphrey, bootmaker
    Jackson, George, brewer
    Langridge, Joseph, blacksmith
    Ledger, William, builder
    Mumford, John, draper and postmaster
    Pearce, John, market gardener
    Russell, James, shoemaker and parish clerk
    Staple, Thomas, grocer and brewer
    Taylor, William, farmer
    Twort, Henry, farmer
    Vidler, Richard, George and Dragon
    Whitby, James, baker, etc.

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