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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!

    Orpington, Bromley, Bromley

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ORPINGTON is a parish and village in the lathe of Sutton-at-Hone, six miles S.E. from Bromley, and eight from Dartford. The population in 1851 was 1,203. The church, dedicated to All Saints, is of rather a mean appearance, with a low embattled tower. The living comprises a sinecure rectory and a discharged vicarage, with the perpetual curacy of St. Mary Cray annexed, in the patronage of the see of Canterbury.

    POST-OFFICE. - Elizabeth Joyner, Receiver, Letters arrive from Bromley. The nearest Money Order Office is at hiselhurst.

    GENTRY.

    Barry, Charles, Esq., Priory
    Birkett, , Esq.
    Cosser, A., Esq., Crofton Lodge
    Falcon, Rev. 'William, M.A, Vicar
    Fry, George, Esq.
    Harris, George, Esq.
    Jackson, Joseph, Esq., Mayfleld
    Jackson, Addis, Esq.
    Moryer, Mrs.
    Perceval, Miss, Crofton Hall
    Spry, Mrs.

    Public Houses of Orpington

    TRADERS.

    Atkins, George, boarding and day-school
    Best, Caleb, butcher
    Bond, John, plumber
    Brooker, Samuel, farmer
    Broomfield, Mrs, Susan, grocer, etc
    Colegate, John, farmer and miller
    Cooper, Philip, beer retailer
    Dunn, Henry, grocer
    Gallier, Richard, Artichoke
    Glassup, Herbert, blacksmith
    Greenslade, Thomas, tailor
    Griffin, Joseph, fruit grower
    Groombridge, Allen, broom maker
    Grover, Thomas, fruit grower
    Hayes, Edward, bricklayer
    Joyner, Elizabeth, postmistress
    Lane, George and James, nurserymen
    Laslett, John, bricklayer
    Living, Charles, draper
    Mitchell, John, farmer
    Mott, Jonathan, shoemaker
    Packman, _, beer retailer
    Petley, James, fruit grower
    Phillips, William, farmer
    Poole, Richard, White Hart
    Sales, William, carpenter
    Taylor, Francis, fruit grower
    Taylor, Michael, farmer
    Tillott, William, baker
    Townsend, John, butcher
    Wackham, Charles, beer retailer
    Wale, George, wheelwright 
    Walton, John, farmer
    Wells, Edward, shopkeeper
    Westbrook, Mrs. Sophia, farmer
    Westbrook, Mrs. Harriet, and John, farmers
    Wicker, George, beer retailer
    Wood, John, boot and shoe maker
    Yates, John, baker
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