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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    STONE, near Dartford, is a village and parish, 17 miles from London, one mile S.E. from Greenhithe station, and two miles N.E. from Dartford. The church of St. Mary is a fine and well built edifice. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of the Bishop of Rochester. The Venerable Archdeacon King, rector; the Rev. Walter King, curate. The population in 1851 was 829.

    POST-OFFICE. - William Hughes, Receiver. Letters arrive from Dartford.
    The nearest Money Order Offices are at Dartford and Northfleet.


    Chatwin, George, Esq.
    Cooper, Thomas, Esq.
    Felton, Frederick, Esq.
    Kiddell, John Dawson, Esq.
    King, Ven. Archdeacon H., Incumbent
    King, Rev. Walter, Curate
    Metcalf, John, Esq.
    Sedger, John Small, Esq.
    Tonge, Mrs.
    Walter, John, Esq.
    White, Charles, Esq.

    Public Houses in Stone by Dartford

    Allen, William, farmer
    Bagneill, William, farmer
    Baker, Isaac, farmer
    Bartholomew, John, fruiterer
    Bates, Henry, market gardener
    Bennett, John, Welsh Tavern
    Cooper, _, beer retailer
    Gibson, William, beer retailer
    Harris, Joseph, Bull Inn
    Hughes, William, draper and post-office
    Jarvis, John, beer retailer
    Moss, William, grocer and draper
    Muggeridge, Thomas, farmer
    Nettleingham, Thomas, parish clerk
    Parkhurst, Thomas, farmer
    Roderick, Mr., farmer
    Skinner, Messrs., and Co., farmers, etc.
    Solomon, Jeremiah, farmer, etc.
    Tonge, John, farmer
    Treadwell, John, farmer etc
    Walter, Baldwin, farmer
    Webb, George, blacksmith
    Williams, Charles, farmer

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