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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Sandhurst, Cranbrook, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    SANDHURST is a village and parish, seven miles S.W. from Tenterden, and seven miles S.E. from Cranbrook. The population in 1851 iras 1,236.
    The church of St. Nicholas is an ancient building. The living is a rectory;
    the Rev. _ Ridout is the incumbent.

    POST-OFFICE. - John Barnes, Receiver. Letters arrive through Staplehurst. The
    nearest Money Order Office is at Tenterden.

    GENTRY.

    Collins, John, Esq.
    Kenrick, Mrs,
    Ridout, Rev. - Rector
    Muriel, Rev. Edward, Curate
    Oakes, Arthur, Esq., Down Gate


    TRADERS.

    Allen, James, farrier
    Ballard, George, farmer
    Ballard, Levi, farmer
    Barnes, John, shopkeeper, and post office
    Barnes, William, shopkeeper
    Beach, Mrs Ann, grocer etc
    Bennett, Mrs, farmer
    Boorman, Joseph, grocer and draper
    Burgis, William, F, surveyor
    Cheesfield, Alfred, butcher
    Cheesman, Albert, farmer
    Clark, George, seedsman
    Cockett, Jesse, seedsman
    Collins, Edward, farmer
    Collins, Edward, farmer
    Dunk, Robert, farmer
    Farnsworth; George, shopkeeper
    Harris, Thomas, wheelwright
    Hilder, John, farmer
    Hince. Thomas, farmer
    Lade, William, farmer
    Lockyer, Charles, marine store dealer
    Mackeith, Donald, surgeon
    Mills, Stephen, Swan
    Munn, Jarvis, saddler
    Munn, Robert, grocer
    Newman, Thomas, butcher
    Pagham, William, blacksmith
    Pain, William, farmer
    Phipps, William, draper
    Pinyon, Aaron, farmer
    Slaughter, Thomas, farmer
    Stace, George, farmer
    Stace, William, farmer
    Tribe, Thomas, farmer
    Vigor, Mrs., beer retailer
    Whatman, William, farmer
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