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Lower Hardres, Bridge, Canterbury with Swale

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

LOWER HARDRES. This village, near the Roman road from Canterbury called Stone Street, is in Bridge union, four miles east from Chilham station, 80 from London, and three and a half south of Canterbury. Its population was, in 1851, 265. The church is a small, ancient, neat building, dedicated to St. Mary. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor; the Rev. George Rashleigh is the incumbent, and the Rev. William Bradstreet, M.A., Curate. Herman Sole and greenway on Slane Street are to the S.W.; Cook;s Farm, one mile S.E.; Young's, one mile south.
Bradstreet, Rev. William, M.A.

Public Houses in Lower Hardres

TRADERS.
Atwood, Thomas, shopkeeper
Austen, John, farmer
Austen, Mrs. Mary-Anne, farmer
Bartlett, George, Three HorseShoes
Bartlett, Thomas, farmer
Barwood, Hammond, stationer
Bing, Henry, farmer
Chandler, Jacob, farmer
Cook, Richard, blacksmith
Dadds, James, farmer
Greenstreet, T., Farmer, Young Farm
Holmes, George, farmer
Marsh, James, farmer
Marsh, Thomas, farmer
Matcham, Charles, carpenter and wheelwright
Wilson, Thomas, carrier


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