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A London street directory at London 1919 which largely encompasses london street history and also pub history of the last 100 years and more. You can contribute to this amazing new project, along with the many contributors to the current pub history site, nearly anything goes. See the footer of the page for more detail.

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Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie

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

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

MILLSTEAD, or MILSTED, is a village, three miles and a half from Sittingbourne. The population in 1851 was 211. The church is dedicated to St. Mary, and is a handsome building. The living is a rectory; the Rev. Henry Hilton, M.A., is the incumbent. Rawling Street is one mile N.E,; Hollybury, Higham, Hogshore, and Torry Hill, one mile and a half S.E.; Braddock, or Broadoak Fostal, one mile north.

POST-OFFICE. - William Caryer, Receiver. Millstead Street letters received through
Sittingbourne, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

GENTRY.
Hilton, Rev. Henry, M.A., Rectory | Tylden, Sir John M., Bart., Manor House

TRADERS.
Caryer, Henry, carpenter
Caryer, William, grocer and post-office, Millstead Street
Cooper, Richard, farmer, Great Higham
Craydon, Thomas, parish clerk
Martin, William, Red Lion, Rawling Street
Lake, Charles, jun., farmer, Little Higham and Hogshore
Peek, John, boot and shoemaker
Reason, Thomas, farmer, Broadoalc Fostal
Smead, George, farmer
Storr, John, butcher

If you would like to contribute the amazing new project to map London over the last hundred years and more, please continue to read. What is needed is mainly details of when a London street was renamed, bombed, cleared, or tidied. Pictures are the best way of expressing anything, and a picture tells a thousand words. Also needed is those thousand words, or even fity words. Anything will be brilliant. Please help out before the London skyline is transformed for ever. What is needed, just an email to the Email the London team. We can do the rest; and you also get your name on the site, if this is OK.

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