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    Penshurst, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Penshurst

    PENSHURST is a neat village and parish, near a station of the South-Eastern railway, six miles and a half N.W. of Tunbridge Wells, and five miles and a half S.W. from Tunbridge. The population in 1851 was 1,628. The church of St. John the Baptist is a well built structure. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of Lord de L'Isle and Dudley, and incumbency of the Rev. William Green, M.A.; the Rev. G. M. Smith, M.A., curate. A small neat chapel of ease was built in 1847, in the early English style of architecture, at Fordcoombe Green, a small hamlet, about two miles from the village; the Rev. William Trevenen, M.A., is the curate.

    POST-OFFICE. _ Francis Arnold, Receiver. Letters arrive from Tunbridge, which is
    also the nearest Money Order Office.

    GENTRY.

    Allnutt, Mrs., the Grove
    Bailer, Richard, Esq.
    Boissier, Rev. George R., M.A.
    Cattley, John George, Esq.
    De L'Isle and Dudley, Right Hon. Lord, Penshurst Castle
    Green, Rey. William, M.A., Rector
    Hardinge, Right Hon. Viscount, South Park
    Nasmyth, James, Esq., Culver hill
    Streatfleld, Mrs. Charlotte
    Taylor, Mr. William
    Trevenen, Rev. William
    Smith, Rev. G. M., M.A., Curate
    Wells, William, Esq.
    Wickham, Mrs. Harriet, New House
    Woodgate, William, Esq.
    Yates, Miss
    Yates, William, Esq.



    TRADERS.

    Arnold, Francis, grocer, and post-office
    Austin, Nathaniel, farmer
    Bailer, Richard, surgeon
    Bates, William Nimrod, farmer
    Beale, John, farmer
    Blackstone, William, boot and shoe maker
    Collins, David, carpenter
    Crittenden, _, farmer
    Constable, Mrs. Elizabeth, plumber, etc.
    Constable, Henry, builder
    Cook, James, boot and shoe maker
    Dodson, Francis, shopkeeper
    Duke and Son, manufacturers of cricket bats, &c.
    Duke, William, Leicester Arms Inn
    Eagleton, William, tailor
    Fenner, James, farmer
    Foster, Henry, farmer
    Fuller, Richard, grocer
    Gibbs, William, farm bailiff
    Goodwin, James, wheelwright
    Goodwin, Alfred, Chafford Arms
    Gyle, Henry, beer retailer
    Hammond, George, farmer
    Hammond, Thomas, sen., farmer
    Hammond, Thomas, jun., farmer
    Hardwick, Frederick, furniture broker
    Hollamby, John, farmer and miller
    Hopkins, Robert, farmer
    Hopkins, Thomas, farmer
    Jeffery, O., saddle and harness maker
    Jenner, Edward, carpenter
    Kneller, Abraham, butcher
    Moore, Richard, ironmonger, etc
    Nightingale, William, farmer
    Ovenden, Henry, grocer and draper
    Ovenden, John, master of national school
    Ovenden, Mrs. Sarah, mistress of national school
    Page, Edward, farmer
    Page, Thomas, farmer
    Pocock, John, farmer
    Read, Peter, farmer
    Reeder, Zachariah, beer retailer
    Sales, Henry, master of national school
    Saxby, John, farmer
    Scrace, Thomas, blacksmith
    Skerras, Miss, schoolmistress
    Snashall, Thomas, farmer
    Still, James, butcher
    Taylor, Henry, farmer
    Turner, Richard, paper manufacturer
    Wills, William, farmer
    Wickens, James, boot and shoe maker
    Witney, Samuel, farmer
    Woodhans, Richard, butcher
    Young, John, farmer
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