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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

    Littlebourne, Bridge, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    LITTLEBOURNE,, or the Little Brook, is on a branch of the river Stour
    and road from London to Sandwich, four miles east of Canterbury, eight,
    west of Sandwich, and 85 from London. The population, in 1851, was
    745. The Church of St. Vincent is a commodious building ; the Rev. John
    Woodcock, M.A., Vicar. Lee Priory adjoins the village. Garrington is one
    mile south; Hastling, three quarters of a mile S.E.; Howletts, one mile
    S.W.; Woolton, one mile and a half, S.W.; Wildcourt, one mile and a half
    west; Swanton, one mile and half N.W.; Ellbridge, one mile and a half N.W.

    POST-OFFICE - James Solly, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Offices are at Canterbury and Wingham.

    Public Houses in Littlebourne

    GENTRY.
    Barnard, Samuel, Esq.
    Denne, Denne, Esq., Elbridge House
    Davinson, Mr. Vincent
    James, Captain Charles
    Kittgsford, Henry, Esq.
    Thorn, James, Esq.
    Woodcock, Rev. John, M:A., vicarage

    TRADERS

    Ayres, Henry, market gardener
    Bartlett, Frederick, tailor
    Bull, George, boot and shoe maker
    Castle, Andrew, blacksmith
    Clements, Henry, market gardener
    Collard, Mrs. Frederick, farmer
    Cox, William, beer retailer, King William
    Duthoit, Mrs. Mary, butcher
    Field, George, beer retailer
    Fostall, William, saddler, etc, parish clerk
    Foreman, Edward Thorpe, blacksmith
    Foster, Samuel, baker
    Gibbs, Herbert, farmer
    Gardener, William, maltster and brewer
    Gillow, John, shoemaker
    Hart, John, boot and shoe maker
    Harvey, Thomas, farmer
    Hewett, Edward, maltster and brewer
    Holliday, William, miller
    Holman, Charles, registrar and relieving officer
    Holman, Henry Jones, grocer
    Jarvest, John, carpenter
    Kersey, Robert Cooper, surgeon
    Langley, Matthew, bricklayer
    Lester, Thomas, bricklayer
    Noble, Robert, tailor
    Pembroke, Robert, farmer
    Prett, Edmund, baker
    Read, Robert, carpenter and farmer
    Reakes, George, farrier
    Smith, William, plumber
    Smith, Charles, Anchor Commercial Inn, and agent to the European Life and Annuity Society
    Solly, James, hair-dresser and Post-office
    Sutton, Henry, market gardener
    Theobald, William, farmer
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