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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
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