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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

    Southborough, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    SOUTHBOROUGH is a village and parish, three miles south from the town of Tunbridge. The population in 1851 was l,327. The church is a neat and commodious building. The living is a perpetual curacy; the Rev. Stephen Langston, M.A., is the incumbent. Here is also a neat Wesleyan chapel.

    POST-OFFICE.- George Wickenden, Postmaster. Letters arrive from Tunbridge Wells, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.


    Bencrafts, Miss Elizabeth
    Carr, Mrs.
    Castte, Mrs Mary
    Colebrook, Henry, Esq.
    Conway, Mr. William, Merton Lodge
    Crundwell, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Crundwell, Mrs. Mary Anh
    Deeds, Mrs. Harriet Margaret
    Dive's, Mr. Jame's, Southborough Lodge
    Estridge, Mrs. Mary, Southborough hill
    Garling, Miss Sophia
    Gay, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Goldney, Rev. George, M.A.
    Hardinge, Rev. Charles
    Langston, Rev. Stephen, M.A, Parsonage
    Lotherifigton, Mrs. Harriet
    Middlemore,Mrs., Pennington place
    Moore, Henry Talbot, Esq.
    Newton, Mrs., Pennington place
    Newton, Mrs. Louisa, Prospect Cottage _
    Nichols, Mrs. Amelia
    Parker, Miss Jane, Augusta Villa
    Pott, Arthur, Esq., J.P., Bentham hill
    Pugh, Mrs.
    Roberts, Charles, Esq., Pennington place
    Solomons, Alderman, M.P.
    Saxby, Mrs. Dorothy Frances
    Simpson, Miss
    Stannus, Major
    Weightman, Miss Rebecca
    Welford, the Misses Harriet and Caroline

    Public Houses in Southborough


    Blofeld, Miss, mistress of infant school
    Brown, Mrs Susan, shopkeeper
    Brown, William, baker
    Budger, William, millwright
    Chantler and Crundwell, auctioneers etc
    Chantler, John, grocer and draper
    Chudley, Miss Eliza, mistress of national school
    Clark, John, boot maker
    Cole, Charles, beer retailer
    Colebrook, Henry, surgeon
    Coombridge, William and Henry, butcher
    Corke, Edgar, painter and plumber
    Crundwell, George, steward to Sir J. L. Goldsmid, bart,
    Crundwell, William Thomas, and Henry, tanners, etc.
    Draper, William, fly proprietor
    Elphick, Mrs. Ann, milliner, etc
    Elphick, Edward, hair dresser
    Everest, John, cabinet maker
    Field, Miss Eliza, dressmaker
    Gallard, Alexander, carpenter
    Gallard, Charles, builder
    Gallard, Matthew, carpenter
    Goldney, Rev. G,, M.A., boarding school
    Harris, George and John, carriers
    Hawkins, Anthony, basket maker
    Johnson, William, farm bailiff
    Jury, Stephen, farmer
    Knowleg, Mrs. Elizabeth, straw bonnet maker
    Knowles, John, miller and farmer
    Lewis, EdwarcJ, baker
    Martin, John,, cricket ball maker.
    Milton, William, miller, etc
    Morson, Charles, beer retailer
    Neville, Nicholas, shopkeeper
    Newnhand, George, Hand and Sceptre Family Hotel
    Pack, James, shopkeeper
    Pack, Thomas, bricklayer
    Piper, Thomas, master of national school
    Piper, William, seedsman
    Randall, Richard, saddle and harness maker
    Romary, Miss Sophia, linen 'manufacturer
    Simmons, John, farmer
    Skinner, Geprge, farmer
    Spilsbnry, William, master of free school
    Stidolph and Streatfield, coachmakers
    Taylor, Charles, boot and shoe maker
    Thorn, Henry, boot and shoe maker
    Thorn, William, boot and shoe maker
    Thorpe, David, builder
    Tidy, Thomas, blacksmith, etc
    Twort, William, boot maker
    Upfield, George, tailor
    Viner Charles, collector of poor rate for Speldhurst
    Wallis, Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper
    Walthew, the Misses, ladies' school
    Wickenden, George, grocer, appraiser, etc
    Wickens, Samuel, butcher
    Wickham, William, cricket ball maker
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