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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

LAMBERHURST is a parish and small town, eight miles from Tunbridge Wells, S.W. The population in 1851 was 1,734, The church, dedicated to St. Mary, is an ancient building. The living is a vicarage, in the presentation of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester.
The Rev. Robert Hawkins is the incumbent. Here is a place of worship for the Wesleyans and Baptists; the latter is a neat building and can accommodate 300 persons.

POST-OFFICE. - John Hale, Postmaster. Letters arrive from Hurst Green. Money
Orders are granted and paid at this Office.


Gerrard, J. L., Esq.
Harrison, William, Esq.
Hawkins, Rev. Robert, Vicar
Hussey, Edward, Esq., Scotney Castle
Irving, George Bell, Esq.
Morland, William Courtney, Esq., Court Lodge
Parker, Thomas, Esq.
Weare, William, Esq.


Arnold, Nicholas, miller
Arnold, Nicholas, farmer
Aylward, Edward, tailor
Baldwin, Samuel, Elephant's Head
Ballard, Isaac, farmer
Ballard, Joseph, watchmaker
Barnes, Samuel, carpenter
Boakes, Thomas, shopkeeper
Boorman, Samuel, painter and glazier
Boorman, Samuel, farmer
Butcher, William, farmer
Couchman, Miss Sarah, boarding school
Downing, William, farmer
Eastland, Mrs. Mary, Chequers
Eastland, Edward, farmer
Fenner, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
Fisher, Edward, farmer
Gerrard, Mrs. Amelia, boarding school
Giles, John, beer retailer
Glazier, Adam, Horse and Groom
Graham, Thomas, surgeon
Greagsbey, John, stonemason
Greagsbey, James, shopkeeper
Hale and Co., drapers and grocers
Hale, John, postmaster
Hammond, George, farmer
Hammond, William, cooper, etc
Hawkins, William, farmer
Irving, George Bell, surgeon
Lansdell, Thomas, farmer
Lowe, James, boot and shoe maker
Mann, Joseph, farmer
Mannington, William, shopkeeper
Masters, Stephen, boot and shoe maker
Milstead, George, blacksmith
Milstead, John, tailor
Noakes, Edward, and Son, blacksmiths and farmers
Noakes, John, butcher, etc
Osborne, Alfred, baker
Osborne, Mrs. Susan, Swan Inn
Badgham, Edward, carpenter
Pierce, James, and Son, grocers, &c.
Piper, Jesse, boot and shoe maker
Playfoot, George, saddler
Playfoot,Jeffrey, shopkeeper
Playfoot, james, farmer
Putland, George, carrier
Rodgers, James, farmer
Rodgers, Henry, beer retailer
Rose, John, farmer
Russell, Alfred, plumber and painter
Shoebridge, John, farmer
Smith, Frederick and Thomas, brewers
Smith, Henry, farmer
Smith, James, boot and shoe maker
Smith, John, miller
Smith, Samuel, farmer
Tolhurst, Charles, farrier
Trill, Thomas, farmer
Watkins, Thomas, George and Dragon
White, William, farmer
Whiteman, George, farmer
Whiteman, Nicholas, glover
Wickenden, William, fanner
Wiles, John, grocer

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