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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.
St Nicholas Public Houses
ST. NICHOLAS, or ST. NICHOLAS-AT-WADE, is a parish close to the sea, four miles N.E. from Grove Ferry station, six miles and a half S.W. from Margate, and 10 miles N.W. from Canterbury. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and incumbency of the Rev. John Hilton. The population in 1851 was 604. Down Barton is half a mile S.W.; Bellisle, one mile west; Chambers Wall, one mile N.W.;
Bartletts, one mile north ; Suarts, one mile north; Upper and Lower Hale, one mile and a half N.E.
Letters received through Margate. The nearest Money Order Office is at Herne Bay.
Gaskell, John, Esq. | Gillow, John, Esq.
Cladish, Stephen, baker
Cozens, Richard, baker,
Dodds, John, farmer
Everden, John, farmer
Fothergill, John, farmer, St. Nichols
Friend, William, blacksmith
Gillow, John, farmer
Grant, William, carpenter
Grigg, Samuel, grocer
Hadaway, James, parish clerk
Hills, Thomas, butcher
Lamb, John, grocer
Nash, Richard, Bell
Pett, Henry, farmer
Pilcher, Thomas, blacksmith
Wacher, William, farmer
Wales, Stephen, beer retailer
White, John, farmer