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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    KINGSNORTH is a parish and small village two miles and a half south. of Ashford. The church of St. Michael is small and ancient. The living is a rectory in the gift of John Alleston, Esq., the Rev. Richard Baldock is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 424. Snell Hatch is half a mile S.W.; Park House, half a mile N.; West Hawk, half a mile N.W.; Beaver, one mile and a half north; Billham, one mile east; Cheeseman's Green, Collier's Hill, Sill. Broad Oak, and Chequer Tree, two miles S.E,; Mountford, Mountfilde, or Munford, half a mile south, was a seat of the Woodchurch Clarkes in the middle ages. To the north of the parish is Marshland, and to the south Woodland.

    Post Office - William Theobald, Receiver, The nearest Money Order Office is at Ashford.

    Baldock, Rev. Richard, M.A., Rectory


    Back, George, farmer
    Barton, John, farmer
    Barton, Richard, grazier
    Bean, William, grazier
    Bingham, James, fanner
    Bingham, John blacksmith
    Bingham, William, shopkeeper
    Bishop, Stephen, farmer
    Budd, Alfred, grazier
    Dray, William, farmer
    Epps, John, farmer
    Fukes, John, miller
    Greenhill, Edward, farmer
    Haldem, Frank, farmer
    Harnden, George, bricklayer
    Haines, William, carrier
    Hart, William, farmer
    Lawrence, William, farmer
    Mapleston, George, wheelwright
    Mills, Samuel, grazier
    Moore, Daniel, grazier
    Penticost, William and Richard, farmers
    Plowman, William, farmer
    Scott, William, farmer
    Slingsby, Stephen, poulterer
    Stace, Stephen, grazier
    Swaffer, Daniel, farmer
    Swaffer, Daniel George, farmer
    Theobald, William, Queen's Head, and grazier
    Theobald, Charles, carpenter
    Theobald, Thomas grocer
    Venner, William, bootmaker
    Woshford, Jeremiah, farrier and farmer
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