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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

    Pembury, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells

    Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Pembury

    Pembury is a village, five miles S.W. from Tunbridge. The church is dedicated to St. Peter, and appears to be of great antiquity; it stands about one mile and a half from the village. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage and incumbency of the
    Rev. George Stephen Woodgate, M.A. Here is the Tunbridge Union workhouse; and at the end of the village is a row of neat almshouses for six old persons, the gift of Charles Amherst, Esq., of Bayhall.

    POST-OFFICE. - George Edward Neal, Receiver. Letters arrive from Tunbridge.


    Anderson, James, Esq., Manor House
    Anderson, T., Esq.
    Bayes, J. W., Esq.
    Bonner, William Price, Staptone
    Cooke, Rev. George, Priory Chapel House
    Dakins, Edward S., Esq.
    Dickenson, Misa
    Durrant, Mr., Woodgate
    Finch, Captain John W., R.N.
    Jackson, Mrs.
    Kaye, the Misses, Spring Grove
    Lempriere, Captain Henry, R.N.
    Shaw, Mrs., Stantone
    Shaw, Sir John 0. Kennards, Bart.
    Shaw, Rev. Charles J. K., Stantone
    Sperling, Henry G. W., Esq.
    Wall, William Henry, Esq.
    Woodgate, Rev. George Stephen, M.A.


    Anderson, James, merchant
    Ashby, Richard, miller and farmer
    Baker, Daniel, shopkeeper
    Baker, John, farmer
    Baldwin, James, saddler
    Batcheller, Thomas, farmer
    Chittenden, Henry, licensed victualler
    Coole, William, tailor
    Cox, John, builder
    Dadswell, D., hairdresser
    Dakins, Edward S., surgeon
    Farrance, Mrs., farmer
    Fowle, Mrs. Adelaide, milliner
    Fowle, John, tailor
    Fry, Thomas, blacksmith
    Faircloth, John, Camden Arms Inn and Posting House
    Gower, Edward, carpenter and joiner
    Hallett, Thomas, butcher
    Hards, John, bricklayer
    Homewood, Richard, carrier
    Hodgkin, Jesse, builder
    Martin, Mary, retailer of beer
    Neal, Stephen, boot and shoe maker, post-office, stationer, and agent to the Provincial
    Welsh Kre and Life Office, and the Peoples' Provident Life Assurance Society
    Noakes, Robert, farmer
    Norwood, John B., farmer
    Lucksford, Richard, farmer
    Rhodes, Edward, blacksmith
    Rumens, John, shopkeeper
    Stevenson, Thomas, wheelwright
    Tomsett, Alfred, shopkeeper; agent to the Manchester Eire and Life Office
    Veness, Benjamin, farmer
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