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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.

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


TRADERS.

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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