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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    STAPLE is a small village, eight miles east from Canterbury, two S.E. of Wingham, and four west of Sandwich. The church of St. James is remarkably long and low, with a square tower. The living is a perpetual curacy, united with the rectory of Adisham, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and incumbency of the Rev. W. Dickins. There is also a Baptist chapel in the village. The population, in 1851, was 590. Grove Park is a large park and seat. Barnssell is three quarters of a mile east; Ham Hill Court, one mile and a half S.E,; Summerfield, half a mile S.E.; Cricksall, half a mile south; Tweedham, a quarter of a mile S.W.; Pedden, one mile north.

    Letters received through Wingham, which is also the nearest Money Order Office.
    Cozens, Mr. Samuel

    Public Houses in Staple

    Amos, William, market gardener
    Atkins, William, grocer
    Bassett, Thomas, market gardener
    Buddie, William, shoemaker
    Chandler, John, farmer
    Collard, George, Green Man
    Cook, John, farmer
    Cozens, James and George, market gardeners
    Davison, Thomas, farmer
    Gardener, William, miller and baker
    Hambres, Thomas, Three Tuns inn
    Hatcher, Thomas, farmer
    Hayward, Thomas, blacksmith
    Holness, Thomas, farmer
    Hopkins, Thomas, farmer
    Keeler, William, farmer
    Larkin, John, market gardener
    Mackey, Richard, market gardener
    Palmer, Thomas, farmer
    Petley, James, farmer
    Pidduck, George, farmer
    Ralph, James, grocer, and market gardener
    Ralph, John, shoemaker and beer retailer
    Spinner, William, carpenter
    Tritton, Robert, brewer and grocer
    West, John, farmer
    Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth, shopkeeper

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