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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!

    Marden, Maidstone, Maidstone

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

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Marden

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    MARDEN is an extensive village, eight miles from both Cranbrook and Maidstone, and has a station on the South Eastern railway. The church of St. Michael is an ancient edifice. The living is a vicarage, in the presentation of the see of Canterbury ; the Rev. Julius Deedes, M.A., is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 2,296. Here are places of worship for the Wesleyans and Independents.

    POST-OFFICE. - William Jude, Postmaster. Letters arrive from tapluhurst, which
    is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    Austen, Mr. Stephen
    Barling, Mrs.
    Beale, Thomas, Esq., Dare House
    Deedes, Eev. Julius, M.A., Vicarage
    Hooker, Mrs.
    Leedes, Mrs.
    Osborne, Samuel, Esq.
    Perry, Robert, Esq.
    Swort, Mrs.


    Adams, Thomas, farmer
    Amos, William, farmer
    Austen, Mrs. Fanny, farmer
    Austen, William, farmer
    Bailey, Henry, farmer
    Bartholomew, James, farmer
    Boorman, Richard, farmer
    Boots, Horace, wheelwright
    Boucher, Edward, national schoolmaster
    Boucher, Mrs Mary, national schoolmistress
    Browning and Chatfield, wheelwrights
    Burnham, John, tailor
    Burton, Francis, farmer
    Carey, Henry, farmer
    Carey, William, butcher
    Carpenter, John, farmer
    Catt, Richard, farmer
    Chantler, William, farmer
    Chantler, Charles, farmer
    Cleaver, William, farrier
    Cleaver, Charles, farmer
    Corke, Benjamin, farmer
    Cornwell, Thomas, boot maker, etc
    Couchman, James, farmer
    Couchman, John, farmer
    Day, James, farmer
    Day, Thomas, Unicorn
    Day, William, tailor
    East, Mrs., painter
    Field, Charles, farmer
    Fowle, T., carpenter
    Fuller, John, baker
    Gilbert, John, farmer
    Gilbert, Thomas, farmer
    Godden, Joel, shoemaker
    Hammond and Son, millers, etc
    Hammond, Henry, farmer
    Hardes, Thomas, shopkeeper
    Hayes, Henry, farmer
    Hayes, Mrs. T., farmer
    Hayes, Mrs. Mary Hester, farmer
    Higgins, George, farmer
    Humphreys, Mrs. R., grocer
    Jude, William, grocer, and post-office
    Kenward, Edward, hop merchant
    King, William, grocer, etc
    Kite, John, beer retailer
    Landsell, Edward, farmer
    Larking, , grocer
    Lefeaver, Stephen, Stile Bridge, and farmer
    Levett, Edwin, Chequers
    Mansfield, , hairdresser
    Manwaring, Richard, farmer
    Martin, Henry, saddler
    Martin, Zebedee, farmer
    Medway Coal Company; B. Waghorn, manager
    Monk, Edward, farmer
    Moon, Thomas, farmer
    Osborne, George, beer retailer
    Osborne, John, farmer
    Parsons, William, cooper
    Pierce, Stephen, grocer
    Pierce, John, sen., farmer
    Perry, Robert, surgeon
    Petitt, Joseph, farmer
    Randall, Henry, boot maker
    Ranger, William, farmer
    Sharp, George, farmer
    Simons, Edward, farmer
    Southon, Richard, farmer
    Southon, Mrs. Sophia, beer retailer
    Spieer, Edward, farmer
    Spicer, William, sen., farmed
    Spicer, William, jun., farmer
    Stanley, Mrs. Ann, blacksmith
    Stanley, Henry, beer retailer
    Stanley, William, farmer
    Still, Frederick W., shopkeeper
    Taylor, Stephen, bricklayer
    Taylor, William, shopkeeper
    Tipples, William, farmer
    Twort, George, farmer
    Tyler, Richard, blacksmith
    Waddle , watchmaker
    Walter , shoemaker
    Walter, Charles, shopkeeper
    Walter, Nathaniel, registrar, &c,
    Walter, Stephen, bricklayer
    Walter, Stephen, farmer
    Waterman, Edward, farmer
    Waterman, John, farmer
    Watts, Thomas, farmer
    Westover, Louisa, day school
    Williams, Mrs. S., butcher
    Williams, William, farmer
    Wratten, James, carpenter
    Wratten, Thomas, carpenter
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