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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Smarden , West Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    SMARDEN is a small town and parish, 9 miles north from Tenterden, and three miles S.E. from Headcorn station. The population in 1851 was 1,102.
    The church is a handsome and commodious edifice. The living is a rectory, in the
    gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury. There is also a meeting house for dissenters.

    POST-OFFICE. - William Gurr, Postmaster. Letters arrive from Cranbrook, which is also the nearest money Order Office.

    GENTRY.

    Allen, Gabriel, Esq.
    Haslewood, Rev. Frederick
    Sanders, Mr. Job

    Public Houses in Smarden

    TRADERS.

    Acres, George, shoemaker
    Anderson, Edward, plumber
    Austin, Benjamin, farmer
    Batt, Charles, farmer
    Birt, Henry, farmer
    Bone, William E., brazier
    Buss, Charles, grocer, etc
    Buss, Daniel, farmer
    Chalcraft, Thomas, tailor
    Chambers, John, bricklayer
    Cooper, John, farmer
    Copping, Robert, shoemaker
    Comes, James, farmer
    Cornes, Thomas, farmer
    Comes, William, farmer
    Day, John, draper and glover
    Dean, Thomas, farmer
    Evenden, James, butcher
    Pitch, Edwin, farmer
    Giles, Richard, beer retailer
    Griffith, James, surgeon
    Gurr, Edward, carpenter
    Gurr, William, draper
    Hayler, Charles, shoemaker
    Heathfield, George, John, and David, farmers
    Heathfleld, Job, White Horse
    Hickmott, James, farmer
    Hinds, William, farmer
    Homewood, Edward, farmer
    Homewood, James, farmer,
    Jell, Horace and James, farmers
    Law, Samuel, assistant overseer
    Marshall, Thomas, rake maker
    Mills, Lewis, grocer, etc
    Morris, James, carpenter
    Morris, James, farmer
    Munn, George, butcher
    Munn, George, carpenter
    Nichols, John, shoemaker
    Offen, Thomas, brickmaker
    Offen, Benjamin, farmer
    Offen, William, farmer
    Ottaway, John, shoemaker
    Pearson, James, farmer
    Pearson, William, wheelwright
    Russell, Thomas, farmer
    Tassell, Jesse, beer retailer
    Turk, Jerry, blacksmith
    West, William, Chequers
    Wood, Henry, farmer
    Wood, Richard, farmer
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