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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Higham, North Aylesford , Medway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    HIGHAM is a parish and village, with a railway station, three miles and  a half N. W. from Rochester, and five miles east from Gravesend. The population in 1851 was 843. The church is very ancient. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Master Fellows, and Scholars of. St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge, to whom the manor belongs; the Rev. Joseph Hindle, B.A., is the incumbent. Lillechurch, Oakley, and Mockbeggar, are to the east.
    POST-OFFICE - James rmatage, Receiver. Letters arrive from Rochester,
    which is also the nearest Money Order Office,

    Public Houses in Higham

    GENTRY.
    Hundle, Rev. Joseph, B.A., Vicar
    Layton, Mr. James
     Tadman, Mrs. Mary

    TRADERS.
    Armatage, James, boot maker and post office
    Barnes, William, farmer
    Brooker, John, farmer
    Brooks, George, market gardener
    Butcher, George, market gardener
    Chittenden, Stephen, miller
    Cobb, Richard L., auctioneer, etc
    Colver, John, shopkeeper
    Dartnall, George, Rising Sun
    Eastdown, Mrs. J., market gardener
    East-down, William, farmer .
    Fuller, William, market gardener
    Hompstead, Joseph, market gardener
    Hompstead, Thomas, market gardener
    Lake, George, farmer
    Latter, Mrs. Sophia, market gardener
    Lindridge, Joseph, beer retailer
    Marshall, George, market gardener
    Porter, Robert, baker
    Rayfield, George, blacksmith
    Reynolds, William, Stone Horse
    Steel, Charles, Chequers
    Stunt, Frederick, fanner
    Trood, William Stooker, Sir John Falstaff
    Wallis, Stephen; market gardener
    Weller, George, market gardener
    White, Edward, market gardener
    Whitebread, Thomas, market gardener
    Wright, Benjamin, shopkeeper
    Youens, Thomas, farmer

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