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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Milton church is an ancient edifice to the north of the town. The living is a vicarage,
in the presentation of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury; the Rev. C. S. Caffin is the incumbent. Here are other places of worship, and good schools. Milton union workhouse contains 140 inmates. The Court House, in the centre of Milton, is used for the Manor Courts and as a town gaol. A corn market is held every Wednesday, at the Bull, Sitingbourne. Chilton is half a mile south; Fullson, one mile south; Highsted Fostal, one mile and a half south.

POST-OFFICE, MILTON - Edward Inge, Post-master.

Public Houses in Milton

GENTRY.
Caffin, Rev. Charles Smart, M.A., Vicar Hinde, Miss E.
Hills, Thomas, Esq. Parrett, Rev. William, E.
Hinde, Charles, Esq. Ray, George, Esq.
Hinde, Miss Smith, Mr. George, High street

TRADERS.

Adams, Mr., King's Arms, High street
Akhurst, William, greengrocer
Alderton, William, baker
Bates, John, grocer
Bigg, Mrs. Harriet, baker, High street
Blackland, John, stone mason, Sea.
Bowes, Ralph, bricklayer and beer retailer
Bowes, William, bricklayer and beer retailer
Brett, James, butcher, Flushing street
Brett, John, butcher, High street
Bridge, George, block maker and marine store dealer
Brightman, William, schoolmaster
Budds, George, grocer
Budds, Miss Jane, school
Budds, John S., tallow chandler
Buggs, Thomas, wheelwright
Cheeseman, George, boot and shoe maker
Chrisfield, George, bricklayer and carpenter
Clatworthy, George John, Three Hats
Cobbald, William, master of the Union
Cobbald, Mrs. Lucy, matron of Union
Cooper, William, tanner, Chalkwell
Coppen, Thomas, basket maker
Court, Sampson, timber merchant
Court, Sampson, coal and stone merchant, and wharfinger
Dodd, John, smith
Down, Mrs. James, smith
Eason, David, beer retailer
Elfick, Richard, pawnbroker and outfitter
Ellis, James, grocer
Field, John, grocer, Flushing street
Forster, William, carpenter and turner, High street
Fullftger, James, farmer
Gammon, Joseph, beer retailer, Flushing street
Gilbert, Joseph, Waterman's Arms, Flushing street
Goodhew, Jesse, grocer, High street
Goodhew, William, bootmaker
Grigsby, James, ginger maker, Flushing street
Harniman, William, shoemaker, Flushing street
Hartridge, Francis, miller, brewer, and farmer
Hartridge, George, grocer, King street
Hartridge, William, baker and draper, Bridge street
Hills, John, oyster and coal merchant, Quay lane
Hills, Thomas, solicitor, and coroner for the county
Hobbs, Miss Jane, mistress of national school
Hole and Son, tanners, Chalkwell
Hopkins, Edward, baker
Hussey and Stagg, fell mongers
Inge, Edward, tailor and postmaster
Ismay, William, farmer, Church Farm
Jackson, John, registrar of births and deaths
Jackson, Miss Sarah, straw bonnet maker
Jackson, Thomas, beer retailer
James, Richard, shoemaker
Jarrett, John, farmer and cattle dealer, Chalkwell
Jay, Mrs. James, draper
Jordan, Charles, plumber, glazier and ironmonger, King street
Jordan, Laurence, painter
Knowles, Edward, fruiterer, etc.
Lemmey, Edward, butcher
Lemmey, John, shopkeeper and beer retailer
Lemmey, Thomas, beer retailer
Lishman, George, school
Lucas, George, draper and clothier, King street
Lucy, Mrs., Ship
Mallowbray, Thomas, brazier
Martin, Samuel, butcher, King street
Milway, Horace, baker and dredging smack
Owlett, Mrs. Harriet, shopkeeper
Owlett, William, shopkeeper, King street
Packer, John, jun., chair and basket maker, High street
Packer, Stephen, sen., basket maker, High street
Paine, John N., hairdresser
Parson, William, shoemaker
Peel, John, beer retailer, High street
Phillips, Luke, shopkeeper and fruiterer
Prentis, Frank, agent to Schunck, Souchay, and Co., wool merchants
Prentis, John, corn factor and hoyman, Milton quay
Pillow, John, draper, High street
Pye, William, miller, King's mill
Ray and Son, surgeons
Redman, Thomas, King's Head, and Inland Revenue Office, grocer, coal and corn dealer, Chalkwell
Reynolds, George F., bricklayer, Bridge street
Ride, George, miller
Rossiter, Richard, hardware dealer, &c.
Rutland, George, tailor and shopkeeper
Scott, George, baker, Flushing street
Scott, John, sen., miller
Shilling, Mrs. Harriet, clock and watchmaker
Smith, John, block maker and ship chandler, Flushing street
Snelling, William, baker
Snoard, Richard Thomas, jun., miller and farmer, Chalkwell
Stone, William, Crown and Anchor
Stone, Paul, baker
Strouts, Robert, butcher
Taylor, George, hairdresser
Taylor, James, saddler
Taylor, Stephen, rope maker and smith
Thomas, Edmund, ironmonger, etc.
Thompson, William, sailmaker and coal dealer, Quay lane
Vinson, Mr., land surveyor and farmer, Road House
Watson, Henry, miller, Chalkwell
Webb, Hazard, butcher
Webb, William, tobacco pipe maker, Bridge street
Wilson, George, shipowner and coal merchant, High street
Wilson, George, White Hart, and brick layer
Willson, William H., smack owner
Wood, Charles, jun., grocer, Bridge street
Wood, Charles, sen., grocer, High street

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