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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

SHOREHAM is a village and parish, five miles north from Sevenoaks. The population in 1851 was 1192. The church is dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, and is an ancient building. The living is a discharged vicarage. The rectory of Shoreham is with the curacy of Otford. Preston is half a mile north; Upper and Lower Austin, two miles N.E.; Romney Street and Week Oak, two miles east; Dunstall, one mile east; Cobhall, or
Copthall, half a mile east; Filson, half a mile south; Sepham, one mile and a half S.W.;
Timberden, one mile N.W.; Great and Little Cockerice, two miles N.W.; Easthill, two miles S.E.

POST-OFFICE. - Mrs. Harriet Hawkins, Postmistress. Letters arrive from Sevenoaks.


Coope, George, Esq., Dunstall Priory
Corranoe, Rev. Henry Francis, M.A.
Gregory, John, Esq., Shoreham Cottage
Mildmay, Humphrey F., Esq., Shoreham place
Repton, Rev. Edward, M.A., Vicarage
Wilmot, George, Esq.

Public Houses in Shoreham


Baxter, John, farmer
Benham, George, tailor
Benham, Mrs. Sarah, dressmaker
Booker, Thomas, beer retailer
Bowles, Richard, miller and farmer
Brightling, John, farmer
Crowhursc, Edward, farmer
Day, John, George, and farmer
Edington, John, boot and shoe maker
Fishenden, John, farmer
Foreman, Henry, wood broker
Foreman, Robert, shopkeeper
Glover, John, farmer
Green, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
Griffiths, John, plumber and glazier
Hills, James, carrier
Hills, Thomas, carrier
Ladd, James, grocer and draper
Love, Miss Elizabeth, farmer
Love, Samuel, farmer
Martin, William, baker
Mills, Thomas Richard and Alfred, butchers
Mitchell, William, beer retailer
Saker, David, blacksmith
Smith, Edward, farmer
Squib, Mrs. Elizabeth, Crown Inn
Stone, John, farmer, Sepham
Thomas, James, shopkeeper
Turner, Thomas, general shopkeeper
Verrells, S., saddle and harness maker
Walker, Samuel, shopkeeper
West, William, boot and shoe maker
Willis, Alfred, painter and glazier
Wilmot, George, paper manufacturer
Wootton, John, farmer
Yates, William, wheelwright

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