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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    SANDGATE is a town partly in Cheriton and partly in Folkstone parishes and Elham Union; one mile and a hall west from Folkstone. It is situated at the foot of an extensive range of hills facing the French coast, of which it commands a clear and
    extensive view. A district church has been rebuilt by subscription, on the site of a chapel which formerly stood here. It as a perpetual curacy in the incumbency of the Rev. John Brownlow M.A. Here is also a neat Wesleyan chapel, and a Dispensary for the relief of the poor.

    POST-OFFICE - Mrs. Sarah Purdy, Postmistress. Letters arrive from Folkstone. Money Orders are granted and paid at this office.

    Public Dispensary - Messrs. Tenner and Co., Dispensers.
    Assembly Booms - G. Briokman, Proprietor.
    Library and Beading Rooms - George Francis, Secretary
    National Schools - William Glanfield, Master j Lydia Glanfield, Mistress.
    Infant School - Miss Martha Dant.
    Wesleyan Chapel - Ministers various.


    Ayres, Mr. Henry, Spring House
    Bligh, Sir John Duncan, Inbrook House
    Brockman, Ralph Thomas, Esq.
    Brownlow, Bev. John,, incumbent
    Clarke, Edward, Esq.
    Cooper, Miss Charlotte
    Donnelly, William, Esq., M.D., Seabrook House
    Foster, James, Esq.
    Gidley, Gustavus, Esq;
    Graves, Mr. Richard, Clifton place
    Hagarman, Mrs., Farleigh House
    Hardinge, Colonel, Radnor Cliff
    Kirby, Mr. Samuel, Victoria terrace
    Lonsdale, John James, Esq., Recorder of Folkstone
    Love, General Sir Frederick
    Mahe, Rev. J. J., Roman Catholic Priest
    Morris, James, Esq., Encombe
    Papillon, Miss, Cliff House
    Parker, Rev. E. G., Chaplain to the Army
    Phillips, Mrs., Clifton place
    Scrivins, Mrs.
    Shooter, John Allen, Esq., Burn HouseStrangeways, Mrs.
    Tyssen, F. S. D., Esq.
    Waddell, Mr. William
    Wilson, John, Esq., Clifton place

    Public Houses in Sandgate


    The 1858 Melvilles Directory traders are on the Traders page

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