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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

HERNE HILL is near Boughton-Under-Blean, in the hundred of the
same name, Faversham union, three miles east of Faversham, and eight N.W.
of Canterbury. The population in 1851 was 657. The church is dedicated
to St. Michael. The living is a vicarage in the patronage of the Archbishop
of Canterbury. The Rev. Charles Richard Handley, M.A., vicar. Dargate
is one mile N.E.; Waterham, one north; Down Fostal, half a .mile north;
Crockham, half a mile S.E.; Staple street, half a mile south; Bough Hills,
two miles and a half north.

POST OFFICE - John Hadlow, Receiver. Lettrs arrive through Faversham.

Carter, Thomas,Esq.
Gough,,Benjamin, Esq., Mountfield
Handley, Rev. Charles, .Richard, M.A, Vicar, Mount
Warton, Charles, Esq., Kemsdale


Alexander, James Charles, farmer
Brownley, Edward, farmer and Machinest, Coleman's Land
Butcher, Edward, farmer, Church Farm
Butcher, John, farmer
Carlton, Thomas, farmer
Carter, Thomas, farmer, Dargate
Chapman, John, farmer
Curling, John, farmer
Curling, Mrs. Sophia, farmer, Crockham
Curling, William, blacksmith
Curling, Alfred, farmer,
Foad, Alexander, farmer
Foreman, John, wheelwright
Goodwin, William, farmer and beer retailer
Hadlow, Henry, farmer
Hadlow, James, farmer
Hadlow, John, shopkeeper and postmaster
Hilton, John, farmer
Jackson, Thomas, Three Horse shoes
Jefferey, Mrs. farmer
Miles, Edward, farmer
Miles, Noah, Red Lion
Pales, Charles, parish clerk
Skelton, John, farmer
Standen, William, Bootmaker
Wood, William, farmer
Wraight, William, farmer, Waterham
Wraight, James, farmer, Way street
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