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    Selling, Faversham, Canterbury with Swale

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    SELLING is a village four miles S.W. of Faversham, and eight S.E of Canterbury, in the lathe of Scray, Boughton-under-Blean hundred, and Faversham union. The population in 1851 was 597. The church of St. Mary is very ancient. The Rev. George Beardsworth, M.A., is the vicar. Shattenden Hill is a fine view, and on it is a triangular camp. The hamlet of Gushmore is in the neighbourhood. Ovens Court is one mile and a half N.W.; Road, or Rhoads, Mullinge, and Cockshill, one mile S.E.; Three Beeches, one mile S.E. ; Sole Street, one mile and a half west.

    Letters are received by foot post from Faversham.

    GENTRY.
    Hilton, Captain Stephen, Gushmore
    Hilton, Henry, Esq., Little Ovens Court
    Neame, Miss Catherine
    Neame, Charles, Esq., Harefleld
    Neame, Mrs. Mary Ann, Selling Court

    TRADERS.
    Appsley, Leonard, farmer, Ovens Court
    Brown, John, shopkeeper
    Brown, Redman, farmer, Gushmore
    Butcher, John and Thqmas, farmers, Gushmore
    Clackett, John, smith, Gushmore
    Claekett, William, farmer, Gushmore
    George, James, White Lion, carpenter
    Hogben, Alexander, carpenter
    Hilton, Giles, grocer
    Hulse, John, butcher
    Langsdale, Stephen, farmer, Rhode's Court
    Neame, Charles; farmer, Harefield
    Neame, Edward, farmer, Norham
    Neame, John, farmer
    Pilcher, Richard, smith and farrier
    Warters, Richard, farmer, Popering

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