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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

    Mersham, East Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    MERSHAM is a village pleasantly situated, four miles S.W. from Ashford. The church is a neat edifice, dedicated to St. John. The living is a rectory in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. G. Norwood, incumbent. Kingsland Street is one mile N.W.; Quarrington, one mile and a half N.E.; Bokham, two miles north; Brabourn Brimp, one mile south.

    POST-OFFICE - Edward Simmons, Receiver. Letters received through Ashford.

    Allen, James, Esq.
    Durtnal, W., Esq.
    Hodgson, Mrs. Charlotte
    Hughes, Misses, New House
    Knatchbull, Sir Norton, Bart., Mersham Hatch
    Norwood, Rev. George, Vicarage
    Lewis, Rev. L. W.
    Wyman, Shearwin, Esq.


    Barton, Edward, farmer, Bower Farm
    Bishop, S., farmer
    Brenchley, Thomas, farmer
    Brett, Stephen, blacksmith, farmer, constable, and assessor of taxes
    Browning, William, schoolmaster
    Burch, Job, miller, and assessor of taxes
    Chamberlain, Richard, Farriers' Arms
    Farris, John, grazier
    Finn, Mrs. Elizabeth, parochial schoolmistress
    Finn, Richard and Son, carpenters and builders
    Finn, William Johnson, parochial schoolmaster and parish clerk
    Firininger, Mrs. Ann, farmer
    Forester, Jessie, Royal Oak
    Head, George, shoemaker
    Howland, William, bricklayer
    Morley, Thomas, farmer
    Noble, H., farmer
    Norwood, John and Edward, farmers
    Prebble, Thomas, farmer
    Prebble, John, agricultural machine maker and wheelwright
    Simmons, Edward, draper and grocer
    Stone, James, market gardener
    Stone, William, grazier
    Swaffer, Alfred, farmer, Stone Green farm
    Swaffer, Daniel, farmer, Conscience Farm
    Terry, Marsh, farmer
    Tucker, David and Henry, glovers and fellmongers
    Tournay, Thomas, beer retailer and painter
    Tournay, Thomas, builder
    Wyman, Shearwin, farmer
    Wyman, Thomas, farmer, Court Lodge
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