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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

    Hildenborough, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Hildenborugh public houses

    HILDENBOROUGH is a pleasant village, two miles N.W. of Tunbridge town. The church, dedicated to St. John, is a neat edifice. The living is a perpetual curacy, in the gift of the Vicar of Tunbridge, and incumbency of the Rev. Edward Vinall, M.A. Here is a place of worship for Wesleyans.

    POST-OFFICE. - Mrs. Mary Ann Luck, Receiver. Letters are received through
    Tunbridge, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.


    Brown, Gentle, Esq., Hilden
    Cartwright, Samuel, Esq., Nizell's House
    Evelyn, Charles F., Esq., Horn's Lodge
    Heath, James H. G., Esq., Oakhill Lodge
    Herring, John Frederick, Esq.
    Lawson, William, Esq.
    Newman, Captain George
    Pemberton, Robert, Esq.
    Poynder, Edward, Esq.
    Santer, James, Esq.
    Strettell, Mrs. Mary
    Vinall, Rev. Edward, M.A., Incumbent
    Whitaker, Francis A., Esq.
    White, Mrs., Hilden

    Bennett, Richard, Half Moon
    Betts, Mrs., shopkeeper
    Betts, William, shopkeeper
    Biggs, Mr., farmer
    Boaks, Richard, bricklayer
    Children, George, farmer
    Couchman, James, farmer
    Dark, Robert, cricket ball maker
    Eason, Matthew, beer retailer
    Francis, Thomas, grocer
    Gasson, George, farmer
    Hilder, William, farmer
    Hollands, John, miller
    Johnson, William, farmer
    Luck, Mrs. Mary Ann, boot maker, and post-office
    Marsh, Richard, grocer
    Mercer, Miss Sarah, shopkeeper
    Morgan, Thomas, bricklayer
    Norrinton, Henry, grocer
    Older, William, farmer
    Peckham, Edward, wheelwright
    Redman, Thomas, farmer
    Sales, Jesse, jun., blacksmith
    Shobridge, Thomas, carpenter
    Tamkin, William, Old Cock
    Wells, Thomas, New Cock
    Whitaker, Francis A., brick maker
    Wirking, Edward, shopkeeper

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