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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Lynsted, Faversham, Canterbury with Swale

    Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Lynsted public houses

    LINSTEAD or LYNSTEAD is a large village three miles S.E. of Sittingbourne, and five miles west of Faversham. In 1851 the population was 1,806. The church is dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. The living is a vicarage in the gift of the Archdeacon of Canterbury; the Rev. John Hamilton, M.A., Vicar. Green Street, one mile and a half north; Scuttington or Scuddington is half a mile west; Wood Street, half a mile north ;
    Bogle, half a mile N.E.; Dedman or Dadman is three quarters of a mile south.

    POST-OFFICE - William Henry Fairbeard, Post-Master. The nearest Money Order Office is at Sittingbourne.

    GENTRY.
    Church, Mr. James, Green Street
    Fairman, Samuel Creed, Esq., MillersHouse
    Hamilton, Rev. John, M.A.
    Leese, Mr. Edward
    Tyler, Colonel C. H., Linsted Lodge
    Rees, Rev. _ M.A., Green Street


    TRADERS.

    Back, Stephen, Parish Clerk, Street
    Baker, H., grocer, &c., Street
    Barling, G. N., and Philip, farmers, Nowdes
    Blaxlahd, Edward, farmer, Dedman
    Booman, Thomas, butcher, Green Street
    Busbridge, Mrs. Jane, smith and farrier
    Champion, William H,, miller, Steam Mill
    Church, James, surgeon, Green Street
    Eley, Thomas, farmer, Ten Acre
    Elvy, Thomas, Fox and Hounds
    Fairbeard, William H., Dover Castle, and posting house, Post-office Receiver, Green Street
    Fairbeard, William H., and Julius, florists, nurserymen, and seedsmen, Green Street
    George, Frederick, tailor, Green Street
    Homer, Mrs., Swan Inn
    Honey, Robert, coal merchant and carman
    Kemp, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Green Street
    Kemp, William, saddle and harness maker, Green Street
    Killick, John, grocer, &c., china and earthenware dealer, Green Street
    Kimmins, Mrs. Eliz., baker, Green Street
    King Thomas, carman, Green Street Street
    Lake, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Wood Street
    Mannoch, John, builder, Green Street
    Matthews, Thomas, farmer
    Maytum, Henry (George), and bricklayer, Green Street
    Moss, Edward, horse dealer, Little Noakes
    Murton, Charles, farmer, Cambridge
    Parham, John, boot and shoe maker, Bogle
    Ray, Edward, surgeon, Greenshal
    Silver, Henry, smith and farrier, Green Street
    Smith, John, grocer and wheelwright
    Strouts, Edward and Co., millers, Union Mill
    Strouts, John, farmer
    Vallance, William Charles, builder, Green
    Vallance, William, fruiterer, Bogle
    Wanstall, Thomas, farmer, Green Street
    Watts, James, tin-plate worker, Green Street
    Wilkins, William, butcher, Green Street
    Wood, George Robert, Black Lion, Street
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