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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

    Seal,  Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

    Kent Villages, Towns & Public Houses - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    SEAL is a village, two miles and a half N.E. from Sevenoaks. The population, in 1861 was 1,586. The living is annexed to the vicarage of Kemsing; the Rev. Thomas Blackall, B.A., is the incumbent. Fork, or Faulk Common, is two miles south; Blackhall, one mile S.W.; Tanyard, one mile S.E.; Hall Farm, one mile S.E.; Stone Pit, one mile and a half east; Stone Street, two miles S.E.; Chart Farm, two miles east; Under
    River, three miles south; Oak Cross, three miles and a half south. Fuller Street is a hamlet.

    POST-OFFICE. - James Barham, Postmaster. Letters are received through Sevenoaks,
    which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    GENTRY.

    Albert, Mrs., Godden Green
    Blaekwall, Rev. Thomas, B.A., Vicarage
    Boscawen, Hon. Mrs., Oak Bank
    Brandram, —, Esq., Under River House
    Camden, Right Hon. Marquis. Wilderness Park
    Finch, J., Esq.
    Monson, the Right Hon. William, Lord, Chart Lodge
    Randolph, Captain Francis, Godden Green
    Martin, Rev.
    Richards, George, Esq.
    Watts, Rev. James

    Public Houses in Seal

    TRADERS.

    Barham, James, draper, and post-office
    Bennett, Benjamin, grocer
    Seven, William, farm bailiff
    Brown, John, boot and shoe maker
    Carnell, George, farmer
    Chappel, Thomas, farmer
    Cope, Edward James, schoolmaster
    Covke, Benjamin, carpenter
    Cronk; William, farmer, Fuller street
    Crowhurst, William, farmer
    Crundell, George, lime dealer
    Curtis, Thomas, wheelwright
    Fitness, William, shopkeeper
    Glover, William, baker
    Green, Thomas, farmer, Stone street
    Harding, James S., national school
    Hider, George, blacksmith
    Hoath, Stephen, wheelwright
    Ingram, George, coal dealer
    Kennard, James, butcher
    Kipps, William, free school, Godden Green
    Morley, Henry, baker, etc.
    Moyce, Henry Michael, butcher
    Ongley, Thomas, Rose and Crown
    Page, William, wheelwright
    Parkhurst, Stephen, grocer and butcher
    Reynolds, Richard, brickmaker
    Ring, William, tailor
    Rose, Richard, baker and grocer
    Sands, Thomas, plumber and glazier
    Saxby, Michael, farmer, Chart Farm
    Sharp, Catharine, Crown Inn
    Slaughter, William, farmer
    Sommers, William, wood broker
    Swift, William, blacksmith
    Thorpe, Richard, blacksmith
    Turley, Jesse, farmer, Under River
    Upton, James, Kentish Yeoman
    Webb, James, beer retailer
    Wiggins, Alfred, beer retailer
    Willshire, Stephen, White Horse
    Wise, Mrs. Jane, schoolmistress
    Yates, John, bricklayer
    Young, Edward, saddle and harness maker

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