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Queenborough, Sheppey, Canterbury with Swale

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Public houses in Queenborough

Queenborough is two miles south from Sheerness, on the river Swale. The population in 1851 was 772. It consists of one main street, and is chiefly supported by the oyster fishery. The church is an ancient edifice, consisting of nave, chancel, and tower. Here is a national school for boys and girls.

Bingham, Rev. Richard.


Bigg, Charles, tailor
Bills, William, Ship
Brightman, John, boot
Champion, Edward, baker
Cole, William, ship builder
Dodd, William, manager to oyster grounds
Emptage, Thomas, Hope Inn
Finch, Emanuel, wood merchant
Frost, John, Old House at Home
Hall, Augustus, boot and shoemaker
Hall, Charles, grocer and draper
Hall, Josiah, builder, &c.
Hall, Miss Isabella, postmistress
Hart, William, boot maker
Horn, William, Castle
Jenkins, George, Rose Inn
Johnson, James B., grocer
Kisby, Edward, greengrocer
Knewstub, John, baker
Marshall, Henry, butcher
Rake, Henry, greengrocer
Rice, William, grocer
Rogerson, William, grocer
Sexton, James, grocer
Shrubsole, Singular David, farmer
Smith, Mrs. Ann, dressmaker
Spencer, Henry William, national schoolmaster
Spencer, Miss Kate, national schoolmistress
Walker, James, linen draper
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