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    Pluckley, West Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    PLUCKLEY and PEVINGTON. - Pluckley is a village and railway station, 19 miles from Canterbury, and -six miles east from Ashford. The population in 1851 was 798.
    The church is dedicated to St. Nicholas, and is handsome building. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Ashton Oxenden, B.A., is the incumbent, and the Rev. Alfred Joseph Woodhouse the curate.
    Pevington is a parish one mile north, but united with Pluckley. The church is in ruins.
    Nettlestead is half a mile N.W.; Giles' House, one mila and a half west; Parsonage Green, half a mile south; Oven's Green, one ile S.W.; Maelmain's Hill and Helgerden, two miles S.W.; Surrenden, one mile east; Dawell Street, one mile and a half S.E.; Millpot Hill, one mile S.E.; Chamber's Green, one mile and a half south.

    POST-OFFICE. - John Nave, Postmaster. Letters are received through Maidstone.
    The nearest Money Order Offices are at Charing and Ashford. br />

    Bering, Sir Edward, Bart, M.P., Surrenden Dering
    Oxenden, Rev. Ashton, B.A.
    Woodhouse, Rev. Alfred Joseph br />

    Bacon, James, land steward
    Baker, Thomas, tailor
    Bourn, Ephraim, shopkeeper
    Brooker, Thomas, butcher
    Butler, Thomas, cooper
    Chambers, George, farmer
    Coveny, Baniel, farmer
    Fitch, Napeker, farmer
    Hughes, William, Dering Arms and Posting House, Railway station
    Maylam, Edward, farmer
    Maylam, William, farmer, Pevington
    Moon, George, farmer, Luckhurst Farm
    Munk, John, farmer, Dowell Street
    Nave, John, draper and grocer, and postmaster
    Ottaway, Thomas, carpenter, etc.
    Palmer, John, hoot and shoe maker
    Prickler, Sobert, station master
    Spicer, Jesse, farmer, Bowell Street
    Smith, Nathaniel blacksmith
    Stevens, George, farmer, New House
    Swaffer, John, blacksmith and beer retailer
    Turk, Thomas, farmer
    Weeks, Edward, baker
    Wilcock, Thomas, blacksmith
    Wrigh, John, farmer, Elvey Farm

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