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    Public Houses in Shipbourne

    SHIPBORNE, or SHIPBOURN, is a village, four miles from Tunbridge, N.E.; seven S.W. from West Mailing, and two miles and a half S,E. from Sevenoaks. The population in 1851 was 440. The church of St. Giles is an ancient edifice. The living is a donative, in the patronage of Joseph Ridgway, Esq. Dunk's Green is one mile and a half east; Puttenden and Claygate, one mile east; Little Park, one mile south; Budd's Green, half a mile west; Upper Trench, half a mile S.W.; Marchurst and Fairhill, one mile S.W.; Horn's Lodge, one mile and a half south


    POST-OFFICE. - James Martin, jun., Receiver. Letters are received through
    Tunbridge, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.

    GENTRY.
    Fitz-Wygram, Rev. F.J., Incumbent
    Jervis, Lady, Fair Hill Lodge
    Ridgway, Joseph, Esq., Fair Lawn
    Torrington, Dowager Viscountess, the Lodge

    TRADERS.

    Bowra, Edward, farmer, Budds
    Blatcher, William, farmer
    Chalklin, James, wheelwright
    Corke, James, carpenter
    Cowley, Daniel, farmer
    Curtis, James, farmer, Church gate
    Eliott, James, farmer
    Fowler, Thomas, brewer
    Green, William, Bull
    Jury, James, farmer
    Mann, Joseph, brickmaker
    Maplesden, Thomas, farmer, Claygate
    Marchant, Francis, farmer, Budds
    Martin, James, farmer
    Martin, James, jun., grocer and post-office
    Morland, Thomas, yeoman
    Moyce, Sarah, butcher
    Potter, William and James, millers
    Pritchett, Richard, shoemaker
    Richardson, Jonathan, farmer
    Whiting, Thomas E., farmer
    Woollett, Robert, blacksmith
    Wynn, Henry, parish clerk


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