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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    MINSTER is a large village and railway station, four miles west from Ramsgate, 12 N.E. from Canterbury, eight S.E. from Margate, and 26 from Ashford. The church of St. Mary is an ancient building in good repair. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Rev. Robert Thomas Wheeler, M.A. is the incumbent. There is also a Wesleyan Chapel here. The population in 1851 was 1,532. Dorlock is one mile S.E.; Wey, one mile N.E.; Hailing Court, two miles N.E.

    POST-OFFICE. - Edward May, Receiver.

    Gillow, Mrs. Ann, Wayborough
    Hasler, Mr. William
    Swinford, John, Esq.,the Abbey
    Wheeler, Rev. Robert Thomas, M.A., Incumbent

    Public Houses in Minster


    Allen, Sladden, carpenter
    Andrews, John, plumber, glazier, and painter
    Birch, John, draper, grocer and tailor, agent for Sun Fire Office, and Stamp Office
    Brice, John, gardener
    Browning, Thomas, baker
    Bubb, Robert, tailor, draper, and hatter, agent to the Freehold Land Society, and
    British Empire Mutual Fire and Life Assurance Company
    Buddel, Edward, New Inn
    Buddel, William, gardener and grocer
    Burton, George, gardener
    Chandler, Louisa, infant school mistress
    Collard, Stephen, farmer
    Oollard, Arthur, maltster
    Crothall, George, builder
    Curling, John, saddler and harness maker
    Elvey, William, market gardener
    France, Mark, assistant overseer
    Freeman, Thomas Anthony, surgeon
    Freeman, William, superintendent registrar of births deaths, and marriages, and clerk to the Isle of Thanet Union
    Friend, Edward, jun., Bell Inn
    Fuller, Lewis, fanner, Hoo Farm
    Gibbens, Edward, grazier, Halfway House
    Gibbens, Edward jun., farmer, Ebbsfleet Farm
    Gibbs, Frederick, grocer
    Goulder, Edward, White Horse
    Goulder, John, shoemaker
    Harlow, Richard, gardener
    Harnett, George, farmer, Pouces Farm
    Harriett, Thomas, farmer, Gravey
    Hosier, John, butcher
    Josling, John, farmer
    Kitcliingman, William, baker
    Knott, Edward, blacksmith
    Knott, Elizabeth, national schoolmistress
    Lamb, John, shoemaker
    May, Edward, parish clerk, post-office, deputy registrar of births and deaths, and national schoolmaster, and agent to Anchor Fire and Life Office
    Mayhew, Thomas, farmer
    Mirriams, Edward, Mount Pleasant
    Nash, Thomas, carpenter and wheelwright
    Palmer, John, farmer, Durlock Farm
    Petley, John, farmer
    Rammell, Thomas, farmer, Thome Farm
    Rigden, George, executor of Miller
    Sankey, Frederick William, farmer, Way Farm
    Setterfield, Henry, carrier, grocer, and shoemaker
    Silk, James, coal merchant
    Sheppard, William, tailor
    Smith, James Thomas William, member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Union hill
    Swinford, David, farmer, Alland Grange
    Taylor, Charles, bricklayer
    Watson, Edward, farmer
    Wellard, Lewis, grazier
    Woodward, George, farmer, Sheriff's Court
    Young, Mary, blacksmith
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