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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Sittingbourne, Milton, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Sittingbourne

    Sittingbourne TRADERS in 1858.

    SITTINGBOURNE is a pleasant town in the lathe of Scray, East Kent, Milton, in the hundred of which name it is, adjoins the town. It consists of one long street, the houses being well built of brick and stone; is nine miles S.E. from Rochester, seven west from Faversham, and sixteen west from Canterbury. Sittingbourne church was rebuilt, after being destroyed by fire, in 1762. The living is a vicarage, in. the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev, H. T. Walford, .M.A., is the incumbent.
    Milton church is an ancient edifice to the north of the town. The living is a vicarage,
    in the presentation of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury; the Rev. C. S. Caffin is the incumbent. Here are other places of worship, and good schools. Milton union workhouse contains 140 inmates. The Court House, in the centre of Milton, is used for the Manor Courts and as a town gaol. A corn market is held every Wednesday, at the Bull, Sitingbourne. Chilton is half a mile south; Fullson, one mile south; Highsted Fostal, one mile and a half south.

    POST-OFFICE, SITTINGBOURNE - Henry Pilcher, Postmaster. Money Orders are granted and paid at this office.

    POST-OFFICE, MILTON - Edward Inge, Post-master.

    GENTRY.

    Abbott, William, Esq.
    Brewer, Rev. William John
    Divers, Mr. John R.
    Dyke, John Dixon, Esq., Glover's House
    Grayling, John, Esq.
    Grosvenor, Mr. George
    Hinds, Miss
    Jacqmin, Miss
    Moss, Rev. John
    Palmer, Mrs.
    Panton, Mr. Thomas, Clifton House
    Poore, Rev. John, D.D., rector of Murston
    Ray, Edward Euttey, Esq.
    Tilley, Miss
    Tilley, Mrs.
    Vallanee, James, Esq.
    Walford, Rev. Humphrey Thomas, M.A.


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