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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HEADCORN is a large village and railway station, 11 miles from Ashford, 35 from Canterbury, and nine S.E. by east from Maidstone. The church is dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Henry D. Sewell, M.A., is the incumbent. There are Baptist and Wesleyan Methodist Chapels here. The population in 1851 was 1,344.

    POST .OFFICE - John venden, Receiver. Letters atrive from Staplehurst, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    Fullager, Mr. John
    Sewell, Rev. Henry oyle,M.A., Vicarage
    Squier, Rev. John Omer
    Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Waghorn, Mrs. Elizabeth


    Atkins, William, farmer
    Bailey, Thomas, farmer, Four Oaks
    Barham, Lewis, farmer, Tilden
    Bates, James, farmer
    Boorman, Alfred, farmer
    Boorman, Thomas, butcher
    Boorman, Alfred, farmer
    Brittenden, Edward, farmer, Moat Farm
    Bridgland, James, farmer
    Burden, Thomas, farmer etc
    Buss, George, corn factor
    Carter, Edward, tailor
    Carter, Miss Elizabeth, toy dealer
    Chambers, James, builder, Millbank
    Children, Richars, farmer, Plumtrees
    Children, Robert, farmer, New House
    Collison, Samuel, farmer
    Cook, George, farmer
    Cornes, Norton, shopkeeper etc
    Couchman, Elijah, carrier
    Crouch, Jesse, farmer
    Croucher, William, beer retailer
    Dane, Daniel, farmer
    Day, William, plumber etc
    Dean, James, farmer, Stone Stile Farm
    Dean, Stephen, George and Dragon
    Dear, George, farmer
    Evenden, John, saddler and ironmonger
    Farmer, John, farmer
    Freeman, Richard, farmer
    Fullager, Reed, shopkeeper and clothier
    Growns, John, butcher
    Goodwin, Daniel, miller
    Hickmott, Thomas, grocer
    Homewood, Isaac, farmer
    Hosmar, James, farmer
    Hunt, Charles, watchand clock maker
    Johnson, John, basket maker
    Joy, Edwin, farmer
    Love, William, sen., farmer, Wick Farm
    Love, William, farmer, Summer hill

    Mercer, George, farmer
    Mercer, John, farmer
    Miluer, Dive, veterinary surgeon
    Munn, Mrs. Mary, farmer, East End
    Munn, Thomas B., farmer
    Norris, Peter, carpenter
    Ottaway, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Ottaway, Leonard, shopkeeper
    Page, Thomas, baker
    Parke, Stephen, wheelwright
    Parish, James, boot and shoe maker
    Parsons, James) farmer
    Peason, Edward, farmer
    Philpott, William, blacksmith
    Rofe, Thomas, Headcorn Academy
    Sampson, John, carpenter
    Sawyer, Stephen J., grocer and draper
    Skinner, David, surgeon
    Sloman, Thomas, farmer
    Smith, Joseph, beer retailer
    Tassell, Mrs. Mary, farmer
    Tassell, William, farmer
    Thorpe, James, farmer, Leigh bridge
    Thorpe, John, farmer
    Thurston, John, draper and grocer
    Tippen, James, watch and clock maker
    Tooley, George, railway station master
    Upton, Thomas, farmer, Boot House
    Vane, Daniel, farmer, Hawkinbury
    Vane, John, farmer
    Viney, George, farmer, Moatenden
    Waghorn, Charles, King's Arms, and farmer
    Wakefleld, Frederick, blacksmith
    Watts, Charles, grocer and beer retailer
    Westen, William, Railway Hotel
    White, Edward, shoemaker
    Williams, Richard, farmer
    Willmott, William, farmer
    Wilson, William, tailor
    Wood, John, farmer
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