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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

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Keston

    KESTON, a village, three miles from Bromley, two miles N.W. from Down, and 13 miles from London. The population in 1851 was 644. The church is a small building.
    The living is a discharged rectory, in the deanery of Shoreham, and in the presentation of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Rev. Joseph William Martin LL.D. is the incumbent.

    POST-OFFICE. - William Bowyer, Receiver. Letters are received through Bromley,
    which is also the nearest Money Order Office.


    Bowen, Mr. Henry
    Bower, Mr. James
    Bruce, Louis Knight, Esq., Heatfield
    Carter, Bonham, Esq.
    Carter, Mrs. Bonham
    Chapman, Mrs. Sarah
    Churcher, Mr. George
    Cranworth, Lord, Holwood Hill .
    Dobson Charles, Esq.
    Duden, Henry, Esq.
    Fox, Mr. Stephen
    Jordan, Mr.
    Legge, Lady Caroline
    Martin, Rev. Joseph William, LL.D., Rectory
    Miller, Mrs.
    Toone, Francis Hastings, Esq
    Williams, Mr. William


    Aris, John, schoolmaster
    Bowyer, Soloman, beer retailer
    Bowyer, William, grocer and post-office
    Bryant, John, market gardener
    Buckle, John, farm bailiff
    Chapman, Mrs. Matilda, day school
    Cole, George, carpenter
    Cole, William, carpenter
    Cook, William, Red Cross
    Croft, James, harness maker
    Duck, George Francis, Fox
    Dunnall, William, beer retailer
    Ellis, John George, butcher
    Ellis, Thomas, miller
    Greengrass, Henry, butcher
    Harris, James, plumber, &c.
    Haslett, Thomas C., grocer
    Hills, John, carpenter
    Hoadley, Benjamin, miller
    Hollands, John, shopkeeper
    Kadwell, William, bootmaker
    Kempton, Mrs. Sarah, day school
    Lee, George, Crown
    Burdy, William, wheelwright
    Russell, Frederick, shopkeeper
    Russell, James, shopkeeper
    Russell, William, bootmaker
    Smith, Abraham, farmer
    Wood, Mrs. Sarah, blacksmith
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