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Hoo St Werburgh, Hoo, Medway

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Public Houses in Hoo St Werburgh

HOO ST Werburgh, an ancient village, seven miles from Rochester. The population in 1851 was 1000, The church of St Werburgh is an ancient edifice. The living is a vicarage; the Rev. Daniel Francis Warner, B.D., is the incumbent.

POST-OFFICE. - Edward Bishop, Receiver. Letters are received through Rochester.

Graves, John, master of the national school White, Edmund, farmer

GENTRY.
Queenborough, Mr. Robert | Tudor, Rev. Summerton, B.A., Curate


TRADERS.

Ballard, Richard, miller
Bishop, Edward, postmaster
Blackman, William, Five Bells
Brooker, William, blacksmith
Brooker, William, farmer
Comport, John H., farmer
Day, David, boot and shoe maker
Everest, George, farmer
Everest, Henry, farmer
Gates, John, butcher
Goldston, Paul, shopkeeper
Graves, John, master of National school
Hedgecock, John, farmer
Leeder, George, potter
Lucy, George, wheelwright
May, William, beer retailer
Mears, George and Frederick, farmers
Miskin, William, farmer
Peters, Benjamin, registrar, etc,
Quaife, William, shopkeeper
Roberts, John, tile maker
Simmons, T., beer retailer
Smith, Edward, butcher
Webb, Robert, Chequers
White, Edmund, farmer
Wisenden, William, painter and glazier

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