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    Southfleet, Dartford, Gravesend

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Southfleet

    SOUTHFLEET is a pleasant village and parish, three miles from Gravesend. Here are the celebrated Spring Head Gardens, which are much frequented by the inhabitants and visitors of Gravesend, and from which are obtained a large supply of watercresses for the London market. The church is an ancient edifice, and contains several monuments and brasses.
    The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Bishop of Rochester; Rev. G.F. Goddard, rector.

    POST-OFFICE. - Elizabeth French, Receiver. Letters received through Gravesend.

    GENTRY.

    Andrus, Francis, Esq., Scadbury House
    Armstrong, William, Esq., North End
    Colyer, Edward, Esq., Joyce Hall
    Garland, John, Esq., Court Lodge
    Goddard, Rev. George Frederick, M.A., Rectory
    Piggott, Zechariah, Esq., Hook Green

    TRADERS.

    Allen, Mrs. Ann, and Son, farmers
    Andrus, Francis, farmer, Scadbury House
    Baker, James, parish clerk
    Chronk, John, farmer
    Colyer, Thomas, farmer
    Dawes, Philip, farmer
    Eyres, William, carpenter
    French, William, Ship
    French, Mrs. Elizabeth, postmistress
    Garland, John, farmer, Court Lodge
    Lane, William, market gardener
    Martin, Thomas, sen., blacksmith
    Mitchell, William, wheelwright, Westwood
    Mullender, John, carpenter
    Mullender, Mrs. Mary, tailor
    Perritt, William, beer retailer
    Piggott, Zechariah, farmer, Hook Green
    Sharp, Thomas, bricklayer
    Silvester, Mrs., Spring Head Gardens
    Treadwell, Dixson, Harrow
    Treadwell, Dixson, jun., market gardener
    Venner, Benjamin, farmer, &c.
    Webb, Francis, baker
    West, Ann, grocer
    Wickham, Henry, butcher
    Whale, John, grocer
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