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    High Halden, Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HIGH HALDEN is a small village, three miles N.E. from Tenterden, and six south from Pluckley Station. The population in 1851 was 677. The church is dedicated to St. Mary. The living is a rectory in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Richard Shutte, M.A., is the incumbent. Harbourn is half a mile south; Wagstaff two miles N.W.; Buckhurstden one mile and a half S.W.

    POST-OFFICE. - John ofe, Postmaster. Letters received from Tenterden, the
    nearest Money Order Office is at Tenterden.

    Collins, Mr. John
    Kirbank, Mr. Thomas
    Latter, Henry, Esq.
    Shutte, Rev. Richard, M.A., Rectory

    Ackhurst, James, earthenware manufacturer
    Barnes, William, beer retailer br /> Brissenden, James, farmer
    Burch, Jeremiah, farmer
    Burch, William, farmer
    Carpenter, William, farmer
    Carter, William, butcher and shopkeeper
    Farrence, William, earthenware manufacturer
    Gauge, Francis, farmer
    Hukins, Richard, farmer
    Hukins, George, farmer
    Martin, Alfred, parish clerk
    McLeod, R., farmer, Peartree Farm
    Oliver, Thomas, farmer
    Pearson, James, farmer
    Pearson, Thomas, carpenter
    Pearson, Thomas, miller
    Rofe, John, shopkeeper and post-master
    Small, Thomas, farmer
    Tickner, John, farmer
    Wood, Edward, farmer
    Woodgate, Wm, Chequers, and carpenter

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