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    Loose, Maidstone, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    LOOSE is a pleasant village and parish, two miles and a half south, of Maidstone. The population in 1851 was 1,542. The church, dedicated to All Saints, is a very small building. The living is a perpetual curacy, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Richard Boys, M.A., is the incumbent. Well Street is a part of the village. Boughton Mount is half a mile north; Cripple Street, half a mile N.E.; Salt's Place, half a mile S.E.; Hail, or Hayle, one mile and a half north; Sharnal Pond, one mile N.E.; Penn's Court, half a mile N.W,

    POST-OFFICE - William Wells, Receiver. Letters arrive through taplehurst. The nearest Money Order Office is at Linton.

    Public Houses in Loose


    Boys, Rev. Richard, Vicar
    Childs, Charles, Esq.
    Dearden, Rev. H. W., Curate
    Gooch, Arthur, Esq.
    Hudson, James, Esq.
    Hatfield, William, Esq.
    Hubble, John Charlton, Esq.
    Hodsoll, James Huggett, Esq.
    Jeudwine, Charles John, Esq.
    Jones, the Misses, Hayle Place
    Marsham, Admiral, Hayle Cottage
    Miller, Mrs., Stone House
    Moore, Captain, Rose Mount
    Muller, George, Esq., Woodlawn
    Peale, William, Esq., Loose Hill
    Penfold, Miss Charlotte
    Rout, James Clerk, Esq.
    Read, Mrs., Pickering Street
    Stevenson, James Gunning, Esq.
    Shadgett, Thomas, Esq.
    Worrall, John Charles, Esq.


    Alchin, Charles, farmer, Cosheath
    Allen, James, national schoolmaster
    Amies, Joseph, farmer
    Amies, Joseph, jun., grocer
    Amies, John Tooth, butcher
    Allnutt and Sons, paper makers, Ivy Mill
    Barker, Joseph and Mark, brewers
    Barton, William, bootmaker, and victualler, Chequers
    Bourne, Thomas, shopkeeper
    Bourner, William, bootmaker
    Buck, William, farmer, Pimp's Court
    Buckland, John, builder
    Chittenden, James, blacksmith
    Clark, John, beer seller
    Collins, James, shopkeeper
    Dear, George, butcher
    Doel, David, dyer
    Eve, Thomas, wheelwright
    Evenden, William, beer seller, Walnut Tree
    Farmer, Thomas, shopkeeper
    Froud, Edward, butcher
    Fryer, Henry, victualler, Old Star
    Green, Mrs Margaret, victualler, Swan
    Gurney and Son, millboard manufacturers
    Harris, William, beer seller and shopkeeper
    Harris, Elizabeth, beer seller
    Horton, Thomas, farmer
    Hyde, Robert, grocer
    Joy, John Jesse, saddler
    Kemp, John, beer seller, New Star
    Kemp, Thomas, farmer and maltster, Loose Court
    Kemp, William, coal merchant, Shernold Pond
    Larking, John, boot maker
    May, William, schoolmaster
    Moore, John, baker
    Rigney, Patrick, shopkeeper
    Russell, John, victualler, Kings Arms
    Skinner, William, farmer and fruiterer
    Smith, William, beer seller
    Spiers, William, excise officer
    Springett, John, beer seller
    Spurgeon, Henry, blacksmith
    Startup, Richard, farmer, Salts
    Tree, Charles, wheelwright
    Underdown, Charles, boot maker
    Walter, Charles, hawker
    Wells, William, postmaster
    White, Mary, shopkeeper, Cosheath
    Wilkins, Edward, victualler, Paper Maker's Arms
    Wilson, William, miller
    Wood, James, carpenter
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