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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    STURRY and FORDWICH. Story (Stour eye), the Isle of the Stour, and Fordwioh. The place of the ford is situated on the river Stour, at the point where the Margate and Herne Bay roads diverge. Sturry is in Bleengate hundred. The population in 1851 was 997, and Fordwich 237 inhabitants. Sturry Church, Rev. Charles Wharton, M.A., vicar. St. Mary's Church, Fordwich, Rev. Edward Brailsford, M.A., rector. There is also a Wesleyan Chapel. Walmore Hill is half a mile N.E.; Switch and Broad Oak half a mile N.E.; Shelford one mile N.W.; Carkett one mile and a half north; Hicks Fostal ,two miles north ; Blacklands two miles N.W.

    POST-OFFICE. - Robert Fullforth, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office, Canterbury.

    Rammell, Thomas, Esq., Sturry Court
    Truefitt, W. Esq.
    Wharton, Rev. Charles, M.A., Vicarage

    Public Houses in Sturry


    Addley, Thomas, George Tavern, Breadland Farm
    Apsley, Leonard, Vale Farm
    Austen, William, beer retailer and pork butcher, Broad Oak
    Barnard, James, carpenter, Broad Oak
    Beard, Miss Susannah, linen draper
    Boorman, Alfred, butcher
    Brockwell, John, farmer, Little Hawe Farm
    Brockwell, William, farmer, Buckwell
    Bushell, John, maltster
    Butler, James, saddler
    Champion, Thomas, farmer
    Collard, William, farmer, Broad Oak
    Davey, Stephen, grocer
    Davis, George, tailor
    Dewe, Joseph, Swan
    Dombrain, William, farmer
    Dunn, Samuel, Leopard's Head
    Fulforth, Robert, linen draper, and grocer, Post office
    Fielder, Robert, Parochial schoolmaster
    Gurney, Mrs. Jane, dressmaker
    Gurney, Mrs. Mary, Butts, and farmer
    Hall, Jesse, farmer
    Hayward, Mrs. Sarah, blacksmith
    Hogben, Edward, boot and shoe maker, and sexton
    Holthum, Daniel, carpenter, and wheelwright

    Holthum, Thomas, beer retailer
    Howe, James, farmer, Broad Oak
    Hugitt, James George, farmer, Mole's hill
    Ingleton, William, Golden Lion, Broad Oak
    Jameson, William, surgeon
    Jezzard, David, wheelwright
    Jezzard, James, Red Lion
    Lawrence, Robert, corn dealer
    Lucas, Thomas, bricklayer and glazier
    May, James, market gardener
    Moys, James, carpenter and wheelwright
    Moys, Stephen, butcher
    Pysden, John, boys' school and hairdresser
    Rammell, Thomas, farmer, Sturry court
    Riches, John, station master
    Smith, John, hurdle maker
    Stockbridge, Joseph, baker,
    Stringer, John, carpenter, Broad Oak
    Sharp, John Underdown, blacksmith and parish clerk
    Thornton, Henry George, miller
    Turley, John, shopkeeper
    Walter, John, grocer and baker
    Wood, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Wood, William, farmer
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