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    Rolvenden, Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Rolvenden public houses

    ROLVENDEN is a parish and village, three miles from Tenterden and three from Newenden. The church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary; it is built in a simple but beautiful style of architecture. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester; the Rev. John William Ramsey is the incumbent.
    The population in 1851 was 1,434.

    POST-OFFICE. - Miss Caroline Edwards, Postmistress. Letters arrive from Staplehurst-
    The, nearest Money Order Office is at Tenterden.

    GENTRY.

    Ayerst, Thomas, M.D.
    Blackman, Mr. William
    Coombe, Mrs., Spark's House
    Cullen, G., Esq.
    Goble, Mr. George Gregory
    Masters, Mrs.
    Moneypeny, Captain Robert Charles, Maytham Hall
    Morrison, Frank, Esq., the Hall
    Ramsey, Rev. John William, Vicar
    Thornton, Rev. William, M.A.,. Curate of Benenden
    Tweedie, Captain Michael, R.A.
    Weller, Captain Montague, Kingsgate House
    Witherden, Mr. William

    TRADERS.

    Ayers, Thomas, surgeon
    Bishop, John, farmer
    Bishop, Thomas, farmer
    Bishop, Nicholas, farmer
    Blackman John, farmer
    Blackman, William, farmer, Windsor Farm
    Bricher, Jarvis Iden, beer retailer
    Burden, Robert, shoemaker
    Clemetson, Richard, miller
    Corke, Richard, grocer and draper
    Dawson, John, wheelwright
    Drawbridge, William, shoemaker
    Drury, John, Bull Inn
    Drury, Thomas, farmer
    Dunk, Ambrose, farmer
    Dunk, William, jun., farmer
    Durrant, Edward, baker
    Edwards, Miss Caroline, draper, grocer,
    and postmistress
    Foster, William, carrier
    Gilbert, Humphrey, farmer
    Goble, John, beer retailer
    Harden, Thomas, farmer
    Harden, Thomas Ruby, ironmonger
    Hayward, A., farmer
    Hilder, Robert, farmer
    Hines, Joseph, farmer
    Hodges, William, tailor
    Hodges, Peter, wheelwright
    Jackson, John, saddler
    Jewhurst, Edmund, blacksmith
    Jewhurst, Edward, beer retailer
    Kadwell, James, parish clerk
    Oxley, Richard, butcher
    Longley, William, butcher
    Mercer, William, farmer
    Morris, William, tailor
    Murrell, George, seedsman
    Pilcher, Charles S., farmer
    Richardson, George, beer retailer
    Smith, Mrs. Mary, farmer
    Smith, James B., farmer
    Suer, Charles, plumber, &c.
    Turley, Robert, farmer, Gate House
    Watson, Robert, seedsman
    Watson, William, shoemaker
    Wells, John, hairdresser
    Welstead, George, farmer
    White, Edward, baker
    Wicken, Henry, carpenter
    Winder, Richard, shopkeeper
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