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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

    Lamberhurst, Ticehurst, Tunbridge Wells

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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.

    GENTRY.

    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.

    TTRADERS.

    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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