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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Newington by Sittingbourne, Milton, Canterbury with Swale

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    NEWINGTON is a village, three miles west from Milton and Sittingbourne, and eight miles west from Rochester, The population in 1851 was 731. The church stands one mile from the village, to the west. The living is a vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. C. L. Wright. Keycall is half a mile east; Chesley and Throgmill, one mile and a half S.W.; Wormdale, one mile south; Danaway one mile and a half south ; Wentwood, Rickham, Boxted, and Libbet Well, are one mile north.

    POST-OFFICE - Ast,_, jun., Receiver. Letters received through Sittingbourne, which
    is also the nearest Money Order Office,

    Catt, Mr. George
    Edmead, Mr. Adam
    Ruck, Mrs. Harriet
    Wright, Rev. Cecilius Luking

    Public Houses in Newington


    Atwood, J., Bull
    Austen, George, miller
    Baker, Thomas, shoemaker
    Beaumont, John, boot and shoe maker
    Brett, Mrs. Mary Ann, White Hart
    Brett, Thomas, carpenter, etc.
    Burley, Joseph, tailor
    Buss, James, baker
    Callaway, John, carpenter
    Craydon, Mrs. Mary Ann, butcher
    Ellis, George, carpenter
    Figgess, J., butcher
    Golding, Mrs. Ann, farmer
    Harnett, Thomas, farmer
    Harris, John, gardener and seedsman
    Hart, Frederick, George
    Henty, George, surgeon
    Hinge, Mrs. Mary, farmer
    Ivory, William, farmer
    Ivory, Samuel, farmer
    Knight, Richard, farmer
    Luckhurst, George, beer retailer
    Ludgate, William, farmer etc
    Prior, William, grocer and baker
    Roper, William, wheelwright
    Tapp, Charles, farmer
    Tapp, William, farmer
    Thomas, Daniel, market gardener
    Thomas, John R., grocer and draper
    Thurlow, Lancelot, tailor
    Toogood, Edward, wheelwright
    Topley, Thomas, ironmonger etc
    Tuff, Thomas, stone merchant
    Waters, John, farmer
    Wood, Misses Phoebe and Mary, dress and bonnet makers

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