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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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Meopham, North Aylsford / Strood, Gravesend

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    MEOPHAM, or MEPHAM, is a pleasant village, five miles south from Gravesend, and five miles and a half from Wrotham. The population in 1851 was 1,045. Here is a fine church, which is beautifully situated. The living is a vicarage.

    POST-OFFICE. - John Nevills, Receiver. Letters are received through Gravesend.
    Money Orders are granted and paid at this office.

    Andus, Mrs. Mary Ann
    Barnett, Robert, Esq., Court Lodge
    Evenden, John Samuel, Esq.
    Hooper, Rev. John
    Lane, Mr. William
    Longley, Rev. Isaac
    Oliver, Mr. William
    Poltick, Mrs. Ann
    Smith, William M., Esq., Camer
    Willsonne, Richard W. S., Esq.

    Public Houses in Meopham


    Bishop, John, blacksmith
    Bishop, Richard, blacksmith
    Bliss, William George, farmer
    Brigden, Thomas, builder
    Buggs, George, farmer
    Buggs, Miss Elizabeth, shopkeeper
    Buggs, James, Eleven Cricketers
    Buggs, Philip, farmer
    Chapman, Arthur, master of new school
    Coombs, Edward, farmer
    Crowhurst, Thomas, farmer, Harvel Pond
    Crowhurst, Thomas, farmer, Harvel Lodge
    Crowhurst, Thomas, farmer, Priesthood
    Crowhurst, William, grocer
    Dalton, John and Henry, farmers
    Day, David, farmer
    Dorrington, Alban, saddler and harness maker
    Durling, George, brewer, &c.
    French, John, wheelwright
    French, Thomas, farmer
    Goodwin, Richard, shopkeeper
    Goodwin, Thomas, Prince of Wales
    Goodwin, Valentine, farmer
    Hills, Thomas, shoemaker
    Killick, James, miller
    Langford, Henry, farmer
    Langford, Mrs. Mary Ann, George Inn
    Loft, James, beer retailer
    Martin, James, bricklayer
    Mungean, Henry, farmer
    Munyard, Mrs., farmer
    Nevills, John, butcher
    Nordish, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Nordish, Henry, King's Arms
    Nordish, Henry, shopkeeper
    Oliver, George, blacksmith
    Parker, Frederick, beer retailer
    Richardson, John, tailor
    Root, John, shopkeeper
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