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    Sundridge,  Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Public Houses in Sundridge

    SUNDRIDGE is a village and parish, Four miles west-by-north, from Sevenoaks, and two miles and a half east from Westerham. The population in 1851 was 1,642. Sundridge is in the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the diocess of Rochester, a peculiar of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and within the Deanery of Shoreham. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Henry Lindsay, M.A., is the incumbent, and the Rev. Augustus Cornwall is curate.

    POST-OFFICE. - Joseph Watts, Postmaster. Letters are received through Sevenoaks.

    IDE HILL is a hamlet of this parish, two miles south. :

    POST-OFFICE. Letters arrive from Edenbridge at 7 a.m., by messenger; depart .at 45
    minutes past 8 a.m. Second post arrives at 3 p.m. ; departs at 6.30 a.m. Letters
    arrive at Ide Hill from Sundridge, by messenger, at 8 p.m.; depart at 5 a.m. The
    nearest Money Order Offices are at Sevenoaks and Westerham.

    GENTRY.

    Brown, Mrs. Esther
    Brown, Mrs. Jane Isabella
    Clayton, the Rev. Augustus Philip
    Cornwall, the Rev. Augustus Kingseote, Curate
    Coleman, Mrs. Mary
    Collier, Miss Sarah
    Gow, George, Esq., Oak Lodge
    Hill, Samuel Charles, Esq., Wood Side House
    Lindsay, the Rev., M. A., Rector, the Rectory
    Polhill, Charles, Esq., Combe Bank Villa
    Swift, Mr. Ephraim, Prospect House
    Whitmore, Robert, Esq., Bishop's Cottage
    Wimberley, Rev. Charles, Ovenden House, chaplain to the union
    Wheeler, Mrs. Clara


    TRADERS.

    Bookham, William, farmer, Oak Lodge
    Burfoot, John, farmer, Browning's Farm
    Brown, James, governor of union
    Crowhurst, William, farmer, Brook Place
    Cole, Joshua, farmer and grocer
    Curd, William, corn and coal dealer
    Dark, Henry, farmer, Ovenden Green and Dry Hill
    Dye, Edmund, farmer, Warren's Farm
    Dodd, Mrs. Mary Ann, milliner
    Foster, George, porter to union
    Harvey, Thomas, beer retailer
    Hawkins, Jane and Mary Aim, ladies' school
    Hodges, Aaron, animal preserver
    Hunt, Isaac, grocer
    Ingram, William, builder
    Jarrett, John, boot and shoe maker
    Jessup, Peter, lime burner, Ovenden Green
    Jessup, James, farmer, Sundridge hill
    Knight, George, farmer, Winkhurst Green
    Lomas, William, grocer
    Marchant, William, farmer, Norman street
    Martin, William, boot and shoe maker
    Morley, Thomas, White Horse Inn
    Newman, Cornelius, Lamb Inn and Folley Farm
    Nightingale, Thomas, boot and shoe maker builder
    Piper, John, farmer, Chain's Farm
    Palmer, Thomas, parish clerk
    Richardson, John, plumber and glazier
    Riley, William, schoolmaster to union
    Roots, Henry, blacksmith
    Robinson, Mrs. Phillis, matron of union
    Robinson, Miss Agnes, schoolmistress of union
    Stanley, James Shaw, farmer, York's hill
    Slatter, John, Sundridge place
    Shorey, William, butcher
    Stevens, Benjamin, farmer, Goathurst Common
    Stevens, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Norman street
    Stevens, Mrs Mary, farmer, Dry hill
    Sutton, William, carpenter and wheelwright
    Sweetser, Mrs. Hannah, carpenter and
    Tapsell, Edward, farmer, Penn Farm
    Tapsell, Charles, baker
    Thompson, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Winkhurst Green
    Waring, Thomas, relieving officer, and registrar of births and deaths
    Watts, Joseph, tailor, postmaster, agent to the Sussex Agricultural Express and Weald of Kent Mail, and to the Liverpool Life and Fire Insurance Company
    Wells, Joseph, farmer, Scollops' Farm
    Woods, William, farmer, Faulkner's hill
    Woollett, Robert, beer retailer

    IDE HILL.

    GENTRY.
    Lindsay, the Rev. Henry, jun., M.A., perpetual Curate
    Bliss, the Rev., Curate



    TRADERS.
    Boaks, Thomas, timber dealer
    Burnett, Richard, wheelwright
    Burnett, Mrs. Ann, straw bonnet maker
    Damper, Richard, shoemaker
    Deadman, David, builder
    Hall, Thomas, butcher
    Ingram, John, baker
    Leigh, Robert and Joseph, beer retailers and grocers
    Kirby, William, carpenter
    Mace, John, postmaster
    Pain, George, schoolmaster
    Pain, Mary Ann, schoolmistress
    Sharman, Samuel Edward, Cock Inn
    Shoesmith, Edward Sears, grocer
    Smith, John, blacksmith
    Whitebread, Henry, blacksmith

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