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    Plaxtol, Malling, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    PLAXTOL is a small village and parish., four miles south of Wrotham, six S.W. of Malling, and six north of Tunbridge station. Here is a district church, Stanley Grange is a seat; Spout and Allons are half a mile east; Broadfield and Old Scar, one mile east; Dunk's Green half a mile south; Fair Lawn, half a mile west; Button's Bourn, half a mile north.

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    POST-OFFICE - George Knight, Receiver. Letters are received through Sevenoaks.
    The nearest Money Order Offices are at Sevenoaks and Hadlow.


    Dalison, M.,Esq.
    Moys, Rev. Richard, M.A., Parsonage
    Ryley, Rev. Edward, M.A


    Akehurst, Thomas, baker
    Beadle, David, farmer
    Bennett, Thomas, beer retailer, &c.
    Benzie, John Baker, grocer, &c.
    Buss, Samuel, shopkeeper
    Clement, George, boot and shoemaker
    Down, John G., watchmaker
    Ewins, Miss, national schoolmistress
    Glover, James, Tiger
    Golding, George, farmer
    Johnson, John, wheelwright
    Knight, George, land surveyor and post-master
    Ledger, George, farmer
    Martin, William, farmer
    Martin, Thomas, farmer
    Nash, John, boot and shoe maker
    Palmer, William T., Red Lion
    Parris, Mrs. Ann, dressmaker
    Patch, Mrs. Mary, beer retailer
    Sturdy, William, farm bailiff
    Tapping, David, tailor
    Thompson, Richard S., farmer
    Turley, George, shopkeeper
    Twopenny, William and John, blacksmith
    Twopenny, Mary Ann, grocer and draper
    Williams, John, master of national school
    Wood, Ann, butcher
    Wright, Henry, farmer
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