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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

    Minster in Sheppey, Sheppey, Canterbury with Swale

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

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    Public Houses in Minster

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Minster lies three miles south from Sheerness. The church is very ancient, and is in the form of a minster. Here is a tomb of a Knight Templar, considered to be that of a local hero, Sir. Kobert de Shurland.

    Banks, Edward, Esq. Preston,
    Lindsay, Lieut. Collin William, R.N. .
    Rev. George, M.A., Rectory
    Wrixon, John, Esq


    Alsworth, Ralph, Odd Fellows' Arms Halfway House
    Baker, James, boot maker
    Baker, Mrs. Susanna, grocer
    Barton, William, market gardener
    Bensted, Thomas, farmer, Darnley Farm
    Burnett, George, Waterloo Inn
    Seal, John, market gardener and farmer
    Bigg, Edwin, market gardener
    Bishop, Thomas, farmer, Bell Farm
    Coveney, William, farmer, Scockles Farm
    Coultrip, William, King's Arms
    Clifford, Charles, wheelwright, and Halfway House
    Crampton, Mrs. B., mistress of the national school
    Crampton, Thomas, master of the national school
    Fairhall, Joseph, farmer, Ward's Farm
    Farmer, Henry, blacksmith, Halfway House
    Ferrell, George, farmer, Borstall Hall Farm
    Fox, Charles, boot maker
    Gardler, Isaac, wheelwright
    Grinstead, Mrs. Elizabeth, Highlander
    Hill, Mrs. Eliza, Halfway House & saddler
    Hills, Henry, carpenter and plumber
    Hook, William, baker
    Howe, Mrs., ferry mistress, King's Ferry
    Hughes, Henry, boot maker
    Hughes, William, market gardener
    Ingleton, Edward, farmer
    Jarrett, Edward, boot maker and parish clerk
    Jarrett, William, market gardener
    Larkin, Mr., blacksmith
    Leese, Frederick, farmer, Noat's Court Farm
    Masters, Mrs, farmer, Clerk's Farm
    Murton, Mrs, matron of Union
    Murton, Richard, master of Union
    Mitchel, Joseph, farmer etc
    Palmer, Robert, farmer, Parsonage Farm
    Rattery, the Misses, seminary
    Reed, Thomas, farmer, Brambledown Farm
    Rolfe, Henry, beer retailer
    Roberts, Martin, chief officer of the coastguard station
    Robinson, Alfred, farmer, Ward's Farm
    Sherlock, William, Royal Oak
    Stickings, James, farmer
    Till, Alexander, farmer, Wyburns
    Vinson, John, farmer, Holm Farm
    Whitehead, Mr. Francis, market gardener
    Whitehead, William, farmer
    Wrixon, John, surgeon
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