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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Riverhead, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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    Riverhead pub history

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    RIVERHEAD is a parish and village, one mile and a half north from Sevenoaks, where the two roads from London and Westerham meet. The population in 1851 was 1,728. The church is a chapel of ease to Sevenoaks, and is a perpetual curacy, in the gift of the vicar of Sevenoaks,

    POST-OFFICE. - Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess, Receiver. Letters arrive by Mail cart from Tunbridge.


    Amherst, Earl, Montreal Park
    Cliapple, Charles, Esq., Manor House
    CJitton, Mrs. Mary
    Ciimmings; Mrs. Thomas
    Fariss, Miss, Holmerdale Villa
    Grover, Mr. William
    Hughes, Henry, Esq.
    Norton, Miss Mary
    Petley, Charles R. C., Esq.
    Randolph, Rev. Cyril, M.A.
    Sharpe, Mr. Thomas


    Allingham, John, baker
    Bishop, John, butcher
    Bligh, Benjamin, shopkeeper
    Botley, James, coal dealer
    Bowles, Mrs. Harriet, beer retailer
    Busbridge, William, bootmaker
    Fulljames and Burgess, grocers and post-office
    Goodman, William, chemist
    Green, Philip, farmer
    Green, William, butcher
    Henderson, James and Robert, stonemasons
    Holmes, Henry, surveyor
    Jones, Mrs. Ann, Lion
    Knight, Henry, blacksmith
    Marchant, John, builder
    Martin, George, upholsterer
    Odd, William, shoemaker
    Paine, Zechariah, tailor and draper
    Sands, Mrs. Sarah, plumber, &c.
    Sendall, William, Amherst Arms
    Skinner, Thomas, shoemaker
    Smith, Joseph, seedsman
    Smith, Robert, White Hart Inn
    Sutton, George, coach builder
    Thorpe, George D., maltster, etc.
    Townsend, Samuel, saddle and harness maker
    Varge, William blacksmith
    Wells, Frederick, boot and shoe maker
    West, Charles, baker
    Whiteman, Edward, fellmonger
    Worship, John L., surgeon

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