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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


IGHTHAM is a village and parish, six miles N.E. from Sevenoaks, and two miles and a half S.W. from Wrotham. The church is dedicated to St. Peter, and is an ancient edifice. The living is a rectory; patron and incumbent, the Rev. Roger Bird, M.A. The population in 1851 was 1,121.
There is also a Wesleyan chapel here. Borough Green is three quarters of a mile N.E.; Bastead, one mile S.E. ; Ivy Hatch, one mile and a half south ; Mote, two miles south; Wimlet Hill, two miles south; Crown Point, one mile and a half S.W.; Oldbury, half a mile west. Redwell and Preston, are other places.

POST-OPFICE - William Hackett, Receiver. Letters received through Wrotham, br /> which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

Public Houses in Ightam

GENTRY.

Barrow, Captain Thomas William, Oldbury Lodge
Bird, Rev. Roger, M.A., Rectory
Gregory, Mrs. Caroline, Court Lodge
Larkin, Miss Fanny, Preston House
Laurd, Captain Robert, Mote House
Pavton, Henry, Esq.
Selby, William, Esq.
Smart, James, Esq.

Public Houses in Ightam

TRADERS.

Bassett, Benjamin, farmer
Bassett, John, bootmaker
Bassett, John, carrier
Bassett, James, farmer
Bassett, Thomas, farmer
Batt and Martin, shopkeepers
Booth, Samuel, plumber and glazier
Charlton, Thomas, farmer
Children, George, fruit grower
Crawson, Thomas, beer retailer
Crispe, _, draper and grocer
Dadswell, Edward, beer retailer
Dye, William, farmer
Foreman, William, veterinary surgeon
Guasson, Thomas, ironmonger, etc.
Gasson, Thomas, George and Dragon
Gibbon, Edward, farmer
Harrison, Benjamin, draper, etc.
Harrison, Thomas, farmer
How, John, boot and shoe maker
Isted, William, beer retailer
Lakin, Thomas, Plough
Leonard, William, builder
Luck, Richard, Chequers
Morgan, William, butcher
Morris, Thomas, farmer
Moyce, Miss Sarah, butcher
Nash, Thomas, Crown
Prentice, George, farmer
Ridley, Mrs., fishmonger
Romeieu, Charles, farmer
Saxby, James, Crown Point
Selby, William, farmer
Smith, William, farmer
Sopwith, Frederick, surgeon
Spencer, Thomas Cooper, farmer
Stephens, Alexander, Red Lion
Summers, George, farmer
Summers, John, farmer
Taylor, Thomas, farmer
Tires, John, fruit grower
Usherwood, Robert, fruit grower
Usherwood, John, farmer
Usherwood, James, farmer
Usherwood, John, wheelwright
Usherwood, Mrs. S., straw bonnet maker
Usherwood, Thomas, harness maker
Walter and Chatfield, tailors
Webb, John, parish clerk
Williams, George, baker and grocer
Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth, fruit grower
Wright, George, carpenter and beer retailer

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