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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    PETHAM is a parish and village in the lower half hundred, lathe of St. Augustine, union of Bridge, East Kent, five miles from Canterbury. The church is large, consisting of two aisles and one chancel. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury and Sir Courtenay Honeywood, Bart. The Rev James Hughes Hallet, MA., is the vicar. The population in 1851 was 630. Kenfield is one mile north; Wooton half a mile N.W.; Broadway Green quarter of a mile south; Dane one mile S.E.; Capel Bottom one mile west. Bockholt is a farm.

    POST OFFICE - John Champion, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at Wye.

    Foss, Edward, Esq.
    Hallett, Rev. James Hugh, M. A., Vicarage
    Hammond, Charles, Esq.
    Mackay, Thomas Henry, Petham House
    Taylor, Thomas, Esq.
    Thompson, Richard Edward, Esq., Upper Henfield
    Wilkinson, Rev. J., B.A., curate

    Public Houses in Petham

    Castle, Thomas, farmer
    Champion, John, shoemaker & post-office
    Chilton, Edward, carrier
    Christian, William, wood-dealer
    Colton, Thomas, wood-dealer
    Daniels, William, blacksmith
    Dilnot, Richard, grocer, farmer, and weaver
    Dowsett, Charles Finch, farmer, Dane Farm
    Friend, James, Chequers
    Gamhrill, Thomas, miller and farmer
    Gibbs, William, butcher
    Goldfinch, John, baker
    Hutchinson, Robert, farmer
    Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
    Knight, Henry, farmer
    Neame, John, wood-dealer
    Pilcher, John, farmer
    Selling, George, farmer
    Slater, Frederick, farmer, Lower Kenfield
    Smeed, James, farmer
    Webb, Jane, Duke's Head
    Williams, George, carpenter and wheelwright
    Woollett, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer

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