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SEVINGTON is a small village, about two miles S.W, from Ashford, adjoining Willesborough, in the south-eastern direction. The church of St. Mary is small. The living is a rectory. The Rev. Robert Morgan, B.A., is the patron and incumbent. The population in 1851 was 104.

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TRADERS.
Clifford, Daniel, gardener
Palmer, William Henry, farmer
Sankey, John, farmer
Swafford, Mrs., farmer

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