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    St Peter in Thanet , Thanet, Thanet with Dover

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ST PETER'S - This parish is within the liberty and jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports, and is a member of the town of Dover, in the union of the Isle of Thanet. The population in 1851, including Broadstairs, was 2,975. The village, which is distant two miles both from Margate and Ramsgate, stands on a pleasant eminence. The church is dedicated to St. Peter, and is a handsome Gothic structure. The living is a vicarage, in
    the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and incumbency of the Rev. S. Robins. Kingsgate is a hamlet near the North Foreland, with a Coast Guard station; Sole Street is a hamlet close to St. Peter's. Adjoining St. Peter's are Dumpton and Newlands. Upton, Bramston, Fair Street, Romfields, Northwood, Westwood, Poor Hole, Sackett's Hill, Buddles, Shallows, George Hill, Reading Street, Joss Street, Beard's Hill, Callis Court, Dane Court, and Nash, are other hamlets.

    POST-OFFICE. - Thomas Fisher Cramp, Post-master. Letters arrive from Margate.

    Public Houses in St Peters, Broadstairs

    PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS.
    Coast Guard Station. - Lieutenant Edward Weels, B.N., Commandant.
    Ranelagh Gardens. - Cramp and Co., Proprietors.
    Subscription Reading Rooms. - Richard Schartan, Secretary.
    Nuckell's Almshouse, High street.


    PLACES OF WORSHIP AND SCHOOLS.
    St. Peter's Church. - Rev. S. Robins, Minister,
    Baptist Chapel. - Rev. Powell, Minister.
    Wesleyan Chapel. - Ministers various.
    Lovejoy's Parochial Schools. - Richard Schartan, Master; Miss Harlow, Mistress; Miss E. Harlow, Infants. .

    GENTRY.
    Belsey, Mr. George
    Belsey, Mr. John
    Blackman, William, Esq., Hibernia House
    Cotton, Mrs., Kingsgate
    Cramp, Mrs., Church street
    Crofts, Robert,.Esq., Dumpton House
    George, William, Esq., Kingsgate Castle
    Gray, Thomas, Esq., High Street
    Hannan, George, Esq.
    Humphrey, Mrs, Church street
    Jeffery, Henry, Esq., Kingsgate
    Newell, Rev. C. F., incumbent of Broadstairs
    Powell, Rev. M, Baptist Minister
    Redman, George, Esq.
    Robins, Rev. S., Rectory
    Stephens, Mr, Edward
    Tomlin, Robert, Esq., Dane Court
    Trew, Miss, Newark Lodge



    TRADERS.
    Arnold, William G., grocer, Church street
    Atkinson, George, farmer, Church street
    Baker, William, Wheatsheaf Inn, Church street
    Barwick, Thomas, builder, Church street
    Barwick, Richard, baker, Church street
    Barwick, William, bricklayer, Church street
    Bax, James, baker, Church street
    Brazier, Mrs., grocer, etc., High street
    Bushbridge, Isaac, boot and shoe maker, High street
    Clark, Mrs., Church street
    Cramp, Thomas Fisher, grocer, etc., Post office
    Creasey, James, grocer and pork butcher, High street
    Dennes, Charles, farmer, High street
    Fuller, William, harness maker, High street
    Hawkes, George Edward, Red Lion Inn
    Hewitt, Stephen, blacksmith, Church street
    Hills, John C., plumber, painter, etc., High street
    Holman, William, draper, High street
    Hunter, James, fly proprietor, High street
    Hurst, Robert, carpenter and joiner, Church street
    Johnson, Gilbert, farmer, Church street
    Lord, Jeremiah, tailor, etc., Crown and Thistle Inn, High street
    Mockett, Edward, farmer, Church street
    Moss, George, collector of rates, Church street
    Pay, James, fly proprietor, High street
    Pointer, Augustus, wheelwright, High street
    Smeed, James, maltster, High street
    Smith, George, farmer, Sackett's Farm
    Wanstall, James, greengrocer, High street
    Webb, John, boot and shoe maker, Church street
    Witherden, Robert, parish clerk, Church street

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