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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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