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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

    Hollingbourne, Hollingbourn, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HOLLINGBOURN, a village four miles east of Maidstone station. The church of All Saints is a neat edifice. The living is a vicarage; the Rev. C. Hall, M.A., is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 1,302. The union workhouse contains 300 inmates. Eyhorn Street is half a mile S.W.; Park Gate, one mile south; New England, one mile and a half S.W.; Woodcut Hill, two miles S.W.; Greenway, one mile S.E.

    POST-OFFICE.- William Lampard, Receiver. Letters arrive from Maidstone.

    Public Houses in Hollingbourne


    Bigsby, Rev,
    Blackett, _, Esq.
    Duppen, B. P., Esq.
    Hall, Rev. 0., M.A.
    Sedwick, Charles, Esq.
    Thomas, Richard, Esq.
    Watt, James, Esq.


    Alexander, Thomas, farmer
    Betts, William, boarding and day school
    Brooker, William, jun., farmer
    Brooker, William, sen., farmer, Ripple Farm
    Brown, John, farmer
    Champion, John, farmer
    Clifford, Daniel, maltster
    Coulter, John, shopkeeper
    Coates, Frederick, farmer
    Collins, William, grocer and draper
    Curtis, Charles, shopkeeper
    Coveney, Thomas and William, farmer
    Day, Solomon, farmer
    Farmer, John, Sugar Loaf
    Farmer, Richard, watch and clock maker
    Filman, George, boot and shoe maker
    Giles, John, wheelwright, and Ringolstone
    Holland, John, farmer
    Honey, Edward, beer retailer, &c.
    Hudson, Henry, farmer
    Hughes, William, beer retailer
    Jackson, Thomas, farmer
    Jenner, Thomas, blacksmith
    Long, William, farmer
    Lampard, William, boot maker, and post office
    Marshall, Henry, farmer
    Minter, John, farmer, Snagbrook Farm
    Moorcraft, Robert, butcher
    Oliver, Joseph, tanner and farmer
    Oxley, James, grocer and draper
    Piper, George, builder
    Pooley, Henry, plumber, &c.
    Ransley, John, boot and shoe maker
    Roper, Batchelor, sen,, farmer
    Roper, Batchelor, jun., farmer, Pen Court Farm
    Roper, John, sen., farmer
    Roper, John, jun., farmer, Allington Farm
    Sage, William, King's Head
    Sedgwick, Charles, surgeon
    Tayler, William, miller
    Tolhurst, James, boot and shoe maker
    Warman, William, bricklayer
    West, James, brick and tile manufacturer
    Weston, Isaac, butcher
    Wilson, William, miller
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