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    Lydd, Romney Marsh, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    LYDD is a small market town and parish, 36 miles S.E. from Maidstone, 17 south from Ashford, and four west from New Romney, in the liberty and union of Romney Marsh. The .church is dedicated to All Saints, and is a noble building, in good repair. The living is a vicarage and rectory, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Benjamin Cobb is the incumbent. The population in 1861 was 1605. Pigwell is half a mile S.W.; Scotney Court, two miles and a half S.W.; Belgar, two miles N.E.;
    Jack's Court, half a mile N.E.; West Brook, one mile north; Cheyne Court is the name of several farms, four miles west.

    POST-OFFICE. - Jesse Smith, Receiver. Letters arrive from New Romney. Money
    Orders are granted and paid at this Office.

    Public Houses in Lydd

    GENTRY.

    Burgess, Stephen, Esq., Magistrate, West Brook
    Cobb, Rev. Benjamin, Curate, Vicarage
    Gumming, Rev. J. P.
    Deune, David, Esq., Magistrate
    Finn, Mr. John
    Finn, Mr. Samuel, Rose Cottage
    Finn, Thomas, Esq., Magistrate
    Finn, George, Esq., Magistrate
    Green, Mrs. Catherine
    Green, Thomas, Esq,, Magistrate
    Masters, Mrs. Sarah
    Morrison, Mrs. Mary

    TRADERS.
    Adams, John, Jolly Fisherman
    Allen, Charles, agent to the Kent Fire and Life Office
    Allen, Charles, draper and grocer
    Baker, Clifford, boot and shoe maker
    Baker James, greengrocer
    Bates, John, watch and clock maker
    Bartholomew, Benjamin, tailor
    Bass, Edward Thomas, veterinary surgeon
    Bass, William, draper, grocer, etc
    Bates, George, draper and grocer
    Birch, Stephen, miller
    Blacklock, William, fisherman
    Brackenbury, Lanes, farmer
    Brett, Mrs. Rhoda, beer retailer
    Brett, William, butcher
    Buss, James, farmer
    Burkett, Edward, farmer and butcher
    Buss, James, jun., George Inn
    Butler, John, draper and grocer
    Cole, R. M., boot and shoemaker
    Cole, Thomas, blacksmith
    Dobson, Thomas, farmer
    Ditton, John, British Sailor
    Ditton, William, beer retailer
    Edwards, Edward, organist and boot maker
    Finn, Francis, farmer
    Finn, George, grazier
    Finn, Mark, boot and shoe maker
    Finn, Samuel, grazier, Rose Cottage
    Finn, Thomas, cattle salesman and farmer, West Brook
    Finn, Edward, grocer and draper, West Brook
    Gilbert, Mrs. Elizabeth, New Inn
    Gilbert, James, stationer
    Goble, Thomas, baker and miller
    Godden, John, carpenter, &c.
    Godfrey, Thomas, farmer
    Green, Alfred, farmer, and grazier
    Green, David (the executors of), brewer, &c.
    Green, Thomas, farmer
    Greenop, Thomas, school
    Haines, William, carrier and licensed to let horses for hire
    Haisell, John, bricklayer
    Harrison, Wallace, relieving officer
    Herring, John, Pilot
    Hill, John, watch and clock maker
    Hutchings, John, Dolphin
    Jackson, James, farmer
    Jell, George, registrar of births and deaths
    Jell, Benjamin, painter, &c.
    Jell, George, hairdresser
    Jell, Henry, tailor
    Jell, James, baker and carpenter
    Johnson, James, saddler and harness maker
    Jones, Charles, carrier and farmer
    Lawrence, William, beer retailer
    Leeds, Misses Catherine and Fanny, milliners and dressmakers
    Longley, Misses Betsey and Frances, bakers
    Lording, William, coal merchant
    Lording, Henry, carrier and beer retailer
    Mackett, George, boot and shoe maker
    Masters, George, draper and grocer
    Mittell, John, tailor
    Mittell, Samuel, butcher
    Nowers, Edward Alfred, chemist and druggist
    Oyler, James, Ship
    Penn, Richard, bricklayer
    Pope, William, shoemaker
    Prescott, John, farmer
    Ramsden, John George, surgeon
    Ramsden, Richard, greengrocer
    Rolfe, James, farmer and grazier
    Sampson, Thomas, farmer
    Sanders, Isaac, Hope and Anchor
    Smith, Jesse, postmaster and bootmaker
    Smithers, John, ironmonger, &c.
    Tennock, Andrew, farm bailiff
    Terry, John, fisherman
    Terry, Stephen, grazier and farmer
    Warren, Charles, national schoolmaster
    White, Alfred, brewer, draper, and grocer
    Wood, John, coal merchant and farmer
    Wood, Richard, grazier and farmer
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