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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses & Hotels in Herne

    HERNE is a village situated to the north of Sturry. Herne Street, or Town, is situated about the centre of the parish, and is in the lathe of St. Augustine, hundred of Bleangate, and Blean union, East Kent; seven miles from Canterbury, and three north of Sturry. The church of St. Martin is a handsome edifice. The Rev. James May, M.A., vicar; Rev. George William Temple, curate. The population in 1851 was 1,459.
    The workhouse of Blean union is on Herne Common, Beltinge, or Bellinge Haw or How, half a mile east; Hampton, three miles N.W. on the coast; Thornton, or Strood, are boroughs or hamlets; Northwood, one mile N.W.; Huntersfostel, Eddington, Sharpershall Hill, Broamefield, Colewood, Westbrook, Blocksole, and Underdown, are places in the parish.

    POST-OFFICE. - James Harnett, Post-master. Letters arrive from Canterbury. The
    nearest Money Order Office is at Herne Bay.

    Union Workhouse, Herne Common. Thomas Rammell, Chairman of Guardians;
    James Birch, clerk.

    Baskerville, Miss, Pear Tree House
    Carey, Mr. David, Herne street
    May, Rev. James, vicarage, Herne street
    Palmer, John, Esq., Herne common
    Temple, Rev. George William, Curate

    Collard,. Edward, farmer, Eddington
    Dilnot, George & John, grocers and bakers, Herne street, agents to Empire Assurance and General Accidental and Compensation Society, and Perpetual Building, Land, and Investment Society
    Downs, George, Prince of Wales Inn, Herne street
    Downs, Thomas, wheelwright and carpenter, Herne street
    Downs, Josiah, builder and. surveyor, Herne street
    Evans, William, surgeon, Herne street Eddington
    Harnett, James, Upper Red Lion Inn, Herne street
    Herne street Wager, John James, farmer, Underdowns
    Harris, George, farmer and sexton, Herne street
    Harrison, George, boot maker, Lower Red Lion beer shop, Herne street
    Holman, George, brewer, Herne street
    Johncock, William, blacksmith, Eddington
    Johnson, William, farmer, Herne street
    Lawrence, Job, John, and Edward, millers
    Loud, Henry, farmer, Sea street
    Mann, Mary Jane, grocer, &c., Herne street
    Port, Henry John, blacksmith and grocer, Herne street
    Saunders, Thomas, saddler and harness maker, Herne street
    Sayer, William, wheelwright and carpenter, Herne street
    Taylor, Thomas, Blacksmiths' Arms Inn, Eddington
    Thorp, Edward, baker, Herne street
    Wager, John James, farmer, Underdowns Farm
    Wilson, Alfred, farmer, Herne street
    Wilson, Sarah, grocer and cheesemonger, Herne street
    Wood, Francis James, baker, Herne street

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