Hever, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Public Houses in Hever

HEVER is a parish, three miles S.E. from Edenbridge station, and nine S.E. from Sevenoaks. The population in 1851 was 603. The church of St. Peter is a small, neat building. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of Edmund Wakefield Mead Waldo, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. William Wilberforce Battye, M.A.

POST-OFFICE._ William Best, Receiver. Letters arrive through denbridge, which
is also the nearest Money Order Office.


Battye, Rev. William Wilberforoe, M.A,
Lefroy, G. B., Esq.
Morris, Normand, Esq.
Streatfield, Captain Richard, R.N.


Aynscombe, John, farmer
Banister, Richard, farmer
Bassett, William, farmer
Beckham, James, farmer
Bourne, William, farmer
Bull, Edward, farmer
Burfield, Mrs. Ann, farmer
Chapman, William, blacksmith
Collett, John, farmer
Clifton, David, butcher
Coomber, Edwin, farmer
Crowhurst, John, farmer
Double, John, farmer
Double, Thomas, farmer
Durrant, Walter, farmer
Gibb, William, beer retailer
Hall, Thomas, Henry the Eighth
Hayler, John, farmer
Holmden, Robert, farmer
Keeys, John B., farmer
King, William, farmer
Larking, Sidney, draper
Marchant, Charles, farmer
Marehant, Robert, farmer
Moren,John, farmer
Page, John, boot and shoe maker
Seal, William, blacksmith
Smith, John, farmer
Twiner, David, farmer
Whitebread, Reuben, Four Elms
Whitebread, Thomas, farmer
Winter, William, wheelwright
Young, Thomas, miller
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