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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

    Ightham, Malling, Maidstone

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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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