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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

    Mereworth, Malling Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    MEREWORTH is a village, seven miles west from Maidstone, three miles S.W. from Town Malling, and two miles and a half from Wateringbury railway station. The church is a handsome stone building, which is dedicated to St. Lawrence. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Le Despencer family, who have a seat here. The population in 1851 was 912.

    POST-OFFICE. - Richard Newman, Postmaster, Letters arrive from Maidstone.

    Crossley, Mr. Henry
    Falmouth, Right Honourable Viscount, Mereworth Castle ,
    Falmouth, Viscountess, Mereworth Castle
    Harryman, Mr. Williami Yoke's Court
    SStapleton, the Hon. and Rev, Sir Francis, Rectory

    Public Houses in Mereworth


    Cheeseman, John, farmer
    Cook, Thomas, tailor
    Edmeads, William, farmer
    Fremlin, John, farmer and hop planter
    Goodwin, Charles, farmer and hop planter
    Goodwin, Thomas, farmer and hop planter
    Goodwin, William, farmer and hop planter
    Grinstead, Edward, land steward
    Grover, Samuel, bootmaker
    Harper, William, bootmaker
    Harryman, George, farmer and butcher
    Harryman, Thomas, farmer and hop planter
    Harryman, Thomas, wheelwright and High constable
    Langridge, Thomas, farmer and hop planter
    Latter, Thomas, farmer
    Lee, John, brickmaker
    Leeds, John, registrar for East Peckham district and relieving officer
    Leonard, James, beer retailer
    Lockyer, William, farmer
    Midmore, George, road surveyor
    Morphew, Edward, blacksmith
    Newman, Iden Thomas, beer retailer, etc,
    Newman, Richard, grocer and postmaster
    Perch, William, beer retailer
    Perry, William, boys' school
    Phillips, Henry Thomas, shoemaker
    Sanders, George, grocer, draper, and baker, etc.
    Sharman, Thomas, Torrington Arms
    Sharman, Richard, farmer
    Standford, James, grocer and beer retailer
    Sykes, John, farmer and beer retailer
    Taylor, John, farmer and hop planter
    Taylor, William, tailor
    Tyler, William, blacksmith
    Wells, William, bricklayer

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