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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    HOUGHAM and POULTON.- Hougham is a parish adjoining Dover. The population in 1851 was 2,131. Christ Church, in this Parish, is situated in Dover. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury. West Hougham. is a hamlet half a mile east of Capel Church ; Hougham Court is half a mile from Hougham.

    Poulton is a small parish situated among the hills near Dover. The population in 1851 was 28. The church has long since fallen into decay, of which there are no remains left. It was dedicated to St. Mary.

    Letters are received through Dover, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    GENTRY.

    Briggs, Rev., Thomas B. W., Unitarian Baptist, Folkstone road
    Broad, Charles, Esq., Folketone road
    Coleman, John, Esq., Priory
    Finnis, Steriker, Esq., Elms
    Garside, Joseph, Esq., Folkstone road
    Geere, Captain John, Folkstone road
    Gray, Mr. George, Folkstone road
    Igglesden, Mrs. E., Folkstone road
    James, Mr. John, Folkstone road
    Lacoste, Mrs., Folkstone road
    Marston, Rev. C. D., Christ Church parsonage
    Malony, Rev. C. A., vicar, Folkstone road
    Kitherdon, Major, Folkstone road
    Rodgers Edmund, Esq.,Churchill Villa, Folkstone road
    Ronget, Henry, Esq., Folkstone road
    Spinks, Rev. Samuel, Independent, Folkstone road
    Stanborough, James William, Esq., Folkstone road
    Stalkhartt, Mrs. E., Folkstone road
    Sykes, Mr. James, Folkstone road
    Watson, Charles Esq., Folkstone road
    Wilkinson, Rev, Joseph, B,A., Folkstone road

    TRADERS.
    Brazier, William Maxton, beer shop, the Hare and Hounds
    Bowman, George, carpenter, Church Hougham
    Bromley, William, victualler, Folkstone road
    Bromley, William, farmer, Church Hougham
    Cohen, Rev. Raphael J., Jews' boys' school, Folkstone road
    Constable, Richard, beer retailer, Folkstone road
    Corbett, Charles, farmer, West Hougham
    Elve, Henry, farmer, Farthingloe
    Elvin, Charles, farmer, West Hougham
    Friend, James, farmer, Hougham Court
    Friend, Mrs., farmer, West Hougham
    Gibbon, Miss H., parochial schoolmistress
    Halke, J., victualler, Three Horse Shoes, Church Hougham
    Kite, John, St. Radigund's Abbey, farmer, Poulton
     
    Marsh, Richard, shoemaker, West Hougham
    Maxted, Henry, blacksmith, West Hougham
    Nicholson, William, farmer, Hougham lodge
    Page, William, beer retailer, West Hougham
    Reed, Rev. Martin, Independent boys' school, Folkstone road
    Rees, Rowland, architect, Folkstone road
    Smith, Thomas, farmer, Poulton
    Tapby, Daniel, farmer" and surveyor of roads, Little Hougham Court
    Tanton, James, miller, West Hougham
    Tonbridge, Thomas, grocer, West Hougham
    White, John, victualler, the Chequers, West Hougham
    Wotton, Edward, farmer, West Hougham
    Woodcock, Daniel, blacksmith, Church Hougham
    Worthington, Henry, brewer, Maxton
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