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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

    Horsmonden, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Horsemonden

    HORSMONDEN is a parish and village, five miles S.W. of Marden station, 54 from London, three N.E. from Lamberhurst, and 10 from Tunbridge Wells, in Brenchley hundred. The church of St. Margaret is a very handsome building, and has a tower and six bells. The living is a rectory; the Rev. William M. S. Marriott is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 1,226,

    POST-OFFICE. - Stephen Waters, Postmaster. Letters arrive through CranbrooK

    Bascombe, Daniel, Esq.
    Day, Captain
    Faithful, Rev. G. .
    Hodgskin, George, Esq.
    Marriott, Rev. William M. S., Rector
    Ruxton, Rev. William J


    Allard, James, boot and shoe maker
    Austin, Edward, farmer
    Baker, William T., farmer
    Bassett, Mrs., farmer
    Bird, William, King's Arms
    Blunt, John, boot and shoe maker
    Blunt, Thomas, baker
    Blunt, William, plumber and painter
    Burr, Robert, farmer
    Buss, Benjamin, farmer
    Buss, Thomas, farmer
    Chesson, David, blacksmith
    Collins, William, farmer
    Crouch, John, blacksmith
    Elphick, Samuel, farmer
    Pishenden, George, carpenter
    Foreman, David, farmer
    Green, Francis, Gun
    Hammond, William, farmer
    Hartridge, James, farmer
    Hartridge, James, farmer
    Hopperton, William, farmer
    Huntley, George, carpenter
    Lambert, Thomas, farmer
    Lambert, Mrs. Elizabeth, beer retailer
    Lambert, Malyon, carpenter
    Lambert, Samuel, carrier
    Larkin, John, farmer
    Larkin, Henry T., blacksmith
    Larkin, James, farmer
    Lawrence, William, butcher
    Lingham, John, farmer
    Luck, Henry, farmer
    Manktelow, Thomas, builder
    Manktelow, William, bricklayer
    Manser, Thomas, farmer
    Miles, John, farmer
    Neal, John, farmer
    Parton, William, miller
    Saunders, William, farmer and brick maker
    Southon, David, butcher
    Standen, James, farmer
    Stiles, Henry, bricklayer
    Stiles, John, bricklayer
    Taylor, Jesse, boot and shoe maker
    Thirkell, Alfred farmer
    Towner, Thomas, blacksmith
    Twort, Richard, T., farmer
    Usherwood, Stephen, wheelwright
    Waghorne, William P., grocer and draper
    Waters, Stephen, grocer and post-office
    Whibley, William, farmer
    Whibley, George, cattle dealer
    Wickham, Thomas, farmer
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