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NURSTEAD, HARTLEY, COBHAM.

NURSTEAD, anciently NEWSTEAD, is a small village, four miles south of Gravesend. Here is a small church. The living is a rectory, of which the Rev. William Henry Edmeades, M.A., is the incumbent.
The population in 1851 was only 34. Nash street is half a mile north.

Letters received through Gravesend. The nearest Money Order Office is at Meopham.

Edmeades, Rev. William Henry, M.A., Rector, Nurstead Court.

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