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LUDDESDOWN is a parish, six miles and a half south from Gravesend, and six miles S.W. from Rochester. The population in 1851 was 288. The church is very ancient. Buckland is one mile south; Frenches, one mile S.E.; Comb Hill one mile and a half S.W.; Punish, two miles south; Boghurst, two miles S.W.; Poundgate, two miles and a half S.W.

Letters received through Gravesend. The nearest Money Order Office is at Meopham.

Shepherd, Rev. Edward, jun., Rector.

TRADERS.
Bennett, Benjamin, farmer, Boghurst Farm
Cheeseman, Richard, farmer, Brooker's Farm
Cheeseman, Walter, farmer, Court
Huggett, Richard, White Horse
Oakenden, Henry, Byng Farm
Waterman, Richard, Cock
Wickings, William, shopkeeper
Williams, William, butcher

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