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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

    Northfleet, North Aylesford / Strood, Gravesend

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    NORTHFLEET is a village, two miles west, from Gravesend; in the union of Strood, and lathe of Aylesford. The church is one of the largest in the county, and is a very fine edifice, partly covered with ivy; in the interior are some very beautiful ornaments. Perry street is a populous district, about a mile south of the church.

    Post-Office, Perry Street. - Stephen Sunnocks, baker, Postmaster. Branch Post Offices. - John Lippard, Ingress place; William Howes, On the hill, Northfleet.
    Dockyard, at Northfleet. - Closed at present, (August, 1857).
    Huggins' College, Northfleet - A church and 40 residences, 28 of them occupied.
    Mechanics' Institution, Lawn House, Northfleet.

    Northfleet Church. - Rev. Richard Keats, M.A., Vicar ; Rev. J. Carthew, M.A., Curate.
    Independent Chapel, Perry street. - Mr. T. H. Butcher, Minister.
    Independent Chapel, Old Dover Road, Northfleet. - Mr. T, B. Butcher, Minister.
    National School. - Thomas B. Self, Master; Miss Self, Mistress.

    Gentry in Northfleet in 1858

    Public Houses in Northfleet & Northfleet 1911 pub history census summary

    Traders in Northfleet in 1858



    Ashdown, William, Esq., Victoria place
    Baltrop, Mrs., Victoria place
    Byass, Mrs.
    Cooper, Mr. J., Victoria place
    Cresswell, Mrs., Victoria place
    Dawes, Richard, Esq.
    Dawes, Samuel, Esq.
    Day, John, Esq.
    Franklin, Samuel, Esq.
    Gill, Henry, Esq.
    Harrison, Mr. L. H., Victoria place
    Hills, Jonathan, Esq.
    Jolley, Mr. J., Victoria place
    Jones, Miss, Providence place
    Keddell, Mrs., Victoria place
    Miall, Miss, Victoria place
    Morgan, Mr. George, Victoria place
    Stockley, Mr. Henry, Victoria place
    Thatcher, Mr. Edward, Victoria place
    Wheeler, William, Esq., M.R.C.S., Victoria place
    Williams, Mr. James, Victoria place

    Atkins, Robert, baker
    Bannister, John, greengrocer
    Birch, Richard, grocer
    Blanchard, Milsham, farrier and smith
    Coley, Miss, seminary
    Collins, James William, butcher
    Crawcour, Mrs, seminary
    Day, William, greengrocer, etc
    Dyson, William, butcher
    Elliott, Henry, carpenter
    Farey, James, beer retailer
    Field, Thomas, grocer
    Gosling, Robert, dealer in marine stores
    Gould, James, beer retailer
    Green, Henry, Earl Grey
    Gregory and Wood, brickmakers
    Hills, Edward, baker
    Holland, Henry, Crown Inn
    Mace, Thomas, farmer
    Milne, Mr J.D., master of Royal Navy, ruler of pilots, the Shrubbery
    Munns, James, Huntsman Inn
    Newman, George, grocer
    Sharp, William, bricklayer
    Smith, Nathaniel, wheelwright
    Sunnocks, Stephen, baker
    Thomas, William, dairyman
    Tilden, Mr. Francis, surveyor, Brookland House
    Topham, Joseph, Rose Inn
    Upton, George, Six Bells Inn
    Waterman, John, miller
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