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    Sellindge, Elham, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Dukes Head

    SELLINDGE is a parish two miles east of Smeeth station, five miles and a half N.W. from Hythe, and six miles and a half from Ashford, in Street hundred, Elham union, and lathe of Shepway, East Kent. The church is dedicated to St. Mary. The living is a vicarage in the patronage of the Lord Chancellor; the Rev. James W. Bellamy, B.D., is the incumbent. The population in 1851 was 550. Herringe is one mile south; Grove Bridge, one mile S.E.; Summerfield, half a mile S.E.; Stone Hill, three quarters of a mile N.W.; Hoddiford, quarter of a mile north ; Horton Priory, one mile N.E.; Thumb Hill, one mile and a half N.E.; Gibbons Brook, one mile and a half west.

    POSTOFFICE - Robert Hilton, Reeeiver. The nearest Money Order Offices are at Hythe and Ashford.

    GENTRY.
    Bellamy, Rev. James W., B.D., Vicarage
    Braim, Mr. James, Rook Cottage
    Burch, Mr., Stone hill
    Court, George, Esq., Acorn Hall
    Smith, Mr. Edward

    TRADERS.

    Amos, bricklayer, Swan lane
    Amos, Thomas, bricklayer, Sellindge Lee
    Amos, Francis, bricklayer, Swan lane
    Andrews, Frederick, farmer
    Bates, Thomas, publican and butcher
    Brenchley, John, blacksmith
    Bourne, Robert, farmer
    Buss, James, farmer
    Cheesman, William, farmer
    Clark, George, farmer, Court Lodge
    Down, William, grazier, Grove House
    Fuller, William, farmer
    Farrent, William, grazier, S. hill
    Gillett, Thomas, farmer
    Hammond, Miss Mary, farmer
    Hammond, Richard, farmer
    Hammond, Thomas, farmer
    Hains, William, shoemaker, S. h
    Hilton, Robert, grocer, draper, and post office
    Hobbs, William auctioneer
    Howland, Henry farmer, Swan lane
    Hunt, Henry, grocer and baker
    Janes, John, farmer
    Landsfield, William, shoemaker
    Lasett, Thomas, Windmill, S. hill
    Lee, Edward, saddler
    Mapee, Aaron, butcher
    Martin, John, wheelwright, S. hill
    Moore, William, miller and farmer
    Ottaway, Mr., farmer, S. hill
    Palmer, James, blacksmith
    Palmer, Charles, shoemaker
    Pittock, Francis, surgeon
    Pope, Sylas, tailor
    Tritton, George, farmer
    Tutt, Stephen, carpenter
    Wall, William, ironmonger
    White, James, carpenter
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