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    Hythe St Leonard , Elham, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    HYTHE is a small town, parliamentary and municipal borough, and cinque port, in Elham union, lathe of Shepway, East Kent, on the S.E. coast of Kent, 77 miles from London, 16 miles from Dover, 25 miles from Canterbury, and two miles and a half S.E.
    from Westenhenger station. The town is governed by a Mayor, four Aldermen and twelve Councillors. The population in 1851 was 2.675. The Quarter Sessions are held here.Few towns on the coast are so delightfully situated as Hythe; its neighbourhood abounding in beautiful walks and rides through a varied romantic country, while its fine open beach affords an excellent accommodation for bathing.
    The town is well paved, and also lighted with gas. The church is situated to the north of the High Street, is dedicated to St. Leonard, and built in early English style of architecture. The Rev. Richard Edward Formby, M.A., is the perpetual curate. The Independents and Wesleyans have also their meeting houses here.

    POST-OFFICE, High Street - Mrs. Lydia M. Fisher, Post-mistress. Money
    Orders are paid and granted at this Office.

    Public Houses in Hythe

    Gentry in 1858

    Traders in Melvilles 1858 Trade Directory by surname

    Traders in Melvilles 1858 Trade Directory by surname

    Andrews, J. B., Esq., Catmongate House
    Amos, Thomas, baker and pastry cook, High street
    Ashdown, William, blacksmith, Chapel street
    Ashdown, John, saddler and harness maker, High street
    Ashdown, Edward, tailor, etc., High street
    Atkins, Miss, professor of languages, Marine parade
    Baker, Richard, basket maker, High street
    Baker, Richard, basket maker, Bartholomew street
    Baker, Richard, Swan Tap, Bartholomew street
    Bailey and Son, plumbers and painters, furnishing ironmongers, High street
    Beadle, William, leather seller, High street
    Berry, George, paper hanger, St.Leonard's road
    Birch, George, collector of taxes, Mount street
    Brayne, Benjamin, Swan Hotel and Commercial House, High street
    Brittenden, James, confectioner, etc., High street
    Brittenden, Charles, broker, etc., High street
    Brooke, J. H., wine merchant, Dentals street, agent to Sun Fire and Life Office
    Bull, Alfred, draper, High street
    Burgess, John, jun., collector of income and assessed taxes, High street
    Burgess, John, professor of music, High street
    Buss, Misses, seminary, Marine parade
    Capon, John, fruiterer, High street
    Chamberlain, Charles, bricklayer, High street
    Chamberlain, Mrs., straw bonnet maker, High street
    Chapman, Mary, grocer, etc., High street
    Chester,Filmer Thomas, Globe beer house, High street
    Clark, Mary, grocer, High street
    Clements, Henry, coal and corn merchant, East street, agent to Farmers and General Fire and Life Office
    Cloke, Thomas, grocer, etc., High street
    Cloke, Thomas, shopkeeper, Market street
    Cloke, Elizabeth, cowkeeper, Market street
    Cobb, Benjamin, farmer, West Hythe
    Collinson, Mr. Thomas, E., Albion villas, registrar of births and deaths for Hythe
    Couley, William, fruiterer and greengrocer, High street
    Cooper, Thomas, and Son, woolstaplers and felmongers, Hillside street
    Corke, Thomas B., draper, etc., High street
    Court, Francis, grocer, etc., High street
    Day, Charles, grocer, High street
    Dray, Henry, builder, Theatre street
    Driscoll, James, beer retailer, Romney road
    Driscoll, John, Nags head, Market street
    Durden, Mrs Mary, dress maker etc, High street
    Elgar Samuel, boot and shoe maker, High street
    Elgar, Henry, blacksmith, Chapel street
    Elkins, John, carpenter, Theatre street
    Essell, George K., solicitor, East Bridge house
    Fidge, William, boot maker, High street
    Fields, Isaac, builder, etc., Albion, villas
    File, Henry, King's Head Inn, High street
    Finn, Jessie, general shop and toy warehouse, High street
    Finch, Richard, baker, Market street
    Fisher, Mrs., post mistress, High street
    Foord, Peter William, greengrocer, etc., High street
    Foster, James, Duke's Head Inn, Market street
    Friend, John, superintendent constable and town sergeant, High street
    Friend, John, junr., bailiff to county court, High street
    Gardner, William, china dealer, High street
    Gaywood, George Thomas, draper, Bank street
    Gibbons, Thoma|, ironmonger, etc., High street
    Gilbert, Thomas, watch and clock maker, High street
    Gower, James, Rose and Crown Inn, High Street
    Hadden, William, stone mason, Portland place
    Halke, George, hardwareman, High street
    Halke, George, boot and shoe maker, High street
    Harley, Henry, academy, Prospect house
    Harley, Mrs., seminary, Prospect house
    Hodgson, Thomas, the William Tell Inn, Bartholomew street
    Hoile, William, fishmonger, greengrocer, and tobacconist, High street
    Hoile, Robert, veterinary surgeon, East street
    Hole, James, Industry beer shop, High street
    Home, James, tobacconist and toy warehouse, High street
    Horton, Henry, builder, Chapel street
    Horton, Benjamin, woolstapler, St. Leonard's road
    Horton, Charles, builder, Bell Inn, East street
    Horton, Henry, blacksmith, Chapel street
    Howett, Arthur, baker and confectioner, High street
    Hussey, William, saddler and harness maker, High street
    Jolliffe, Elizabeth, milliner and dress maker, High street
    Jones and Newer, bakers, etc., High street
    Jones and Nowers, farmers, West Hythe
    Kelly, Mr. R. S., barrack master
    Kemp, Thomas, post and job master, Theatre street
    Kennett, James, tailor, High street
    Key, George, White Hart Inn, High street, agent to Phoenix Fire and Life Office
    Keys, Mr. Robert Peake, Marine parade, agent to British Empire Mutual Fire and Life
    King, George, stationer and bookbinder, High street
    King, Thomas, Red Lion Inn, Market street
    Kittle, George, grocer, etc., High street
    Knocker, E. and N., solicitors, Bank street and High street,
    Knocker, Newman, town clerk, clerk to justices of Elham division of county, clerk to commissioners of taxes
    Lawrence, Job, gardener and nurseryman, Church place, agent to Norwich Union Fire and Life Office
    Lee, Richard, clothier and general dealer, Chapel street
    Le Gros, James, surgeon, High street
    Longly, William, beer retailer, Theatre street
    Lorden, Lewis L., plumber, painter, etc., High street
    Mackeson, Henry, brewer and maltster, High street
    Marsh, James, draper, High street, Argus Fire and Life Office
    Marsh, William, chemist and druggist, High street, Stamp office, agent to General Fire and Life office, Protestant Dissenters' Fire and Life
    Marshall, Thomas, butcher, High street
    Martin, George, tailor, High street
    Maycock, William, baker, High street
    Maycock, James, British and Foreign Legion Inn, High street
    Mepsted, Robert, grocer, Market street
    Mummery, Stephen, tailor, High street
    Murphy, Dennis, furnishing ironmonger, High street
    Nash, Thomas George, boot maker, High street
    Ovenden, John, carpenter and joiner, High street
    Page, John, grocer and tallow chandler, High street
    Page, James, furnishing ironmonger, High street
    Page, James, carpenter, etc., High street
    Paine, William Sampson, hairdresser and stationer, High street
    Parker, William, baker and confectioner, High street
    Peel, Robert, glove and gaiter maker, High street
    Peel, Edward, blacksmith, East street
    Pennell, Peter, surgeon, High street
    Pilcher, George, carrier and job master, Theatre street
    Prebble,Thomas, leather cutter, High street
    Price, Richard, clock and watch maker, jeweller, etc., High street
    Reynolds, William, baker, High street
    Reynolds, George, boot and shoe maker, High street
    Richards, James, baker, High street
    Ricketts, James, Carpenters' Arms, West Hythe
    Ronalds and Son, auctioneers, cabinet makers, etc., High street, agent to Kent Fire and Life office
    Sampson, Paul, boot and shoe maker, High street
    Scott, Henry, grocer, etc., High street
    Shipwash and Son, clothiers and outfitters, High street
    Sherwood, Francis, wheelwright, Rampart road
    Shrewsbury, Thomas, printer and bookseller, High street
    Small, James, Ordnance Arms, Military road
    Smith, Lydia, butcher, High street
    Stanger, Jesse, grocer, etc., High street
    Thomas, James, chemist, High street
    Tomalin,Edward, tailor and woollen draper, High street, agent to English and Cambrian Assurance Company
    Tourney, William, bricklayer, St. Leonard's road
    Tucker, Joseph, butcher, High street
    Walter, Daniel, bootmaker, High street
    Watches, Leonard, blacksmith, Rampart road
    Watts, James, solicitor, High street, clerk of peace, clerk to justices, clerk to commissioners of pavements, to burial board, to level of Romney Marsh, clerk to hospital trustees, registrar of county court
    Wiles, William, Sportsman beer shop, High street
    Williams, Edward, tailor, etc., High street
    Wilson, Joseph, Woolstapler, Slade street
    Worthington, William, wheelwright and coach maker, East street
    Young, James, grocer, High street
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