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    Sutton Valence, Hollingbourn, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    Sutton Valence, or Town Sutton, is six miles S.E. from Maidstone, and five miles N.E. from Staplehurst railway station. The population in 1851 was 1,090. The church is dedicated to St. Mary. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester, together with the curacy of the adjoining parish of East Sutton. The population of East Sutton, in 1851, was 383.
    Chart next Sutton: here is an ancient parish church. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester, who are lay rectors ; the Rev. W. A. Vaughan, M.A., is the vicar. The population of Chart Sutton, in 1851,
    was 669.

    POST-OFFICE, SUTTON VALENCE.- Edward Wells, Eeoeiver.

    GENTRY.

    Grant, Thomas, Esq.
     Hamer, Mr. James
    Milligan, Kev. Henry, M.A.
    Shearley, Nicholas, Esq.
    Shirley, Miss Ann
    Shirley, Mr. John
    Smith, Mrs. Mary
    Simpson, Rev. G., M,A.

    TRADERS.

    Biggs, George, butcher
    Boucher, John, miller and baker
    Bowman, Charles, wheelwright
    Cobb, Henry, wheelwright
    Davis, James W., King's Arms
    Davis, Thomas, farmer
    Dutt, George, grocer and draper
    Eason, George, butcher
    Edmed, Thomas, plumber, etc.
    Edmunds, Isaac, nurseryman
    Farmer, John, farmer
    Featherstone, William, wheelwright
    Fnllager, Joseph, farmer
    Goodwin, Charles, beer retailer
    Goodwin, Henry, butcher
    Harman, Samuel, farmer
    Henham, Thomas, Swan Inn
    Higgins, George, builder and ironmonger
    Higgins, William, grocer and draper
    Holland, John, beer retailer
    Hollands, Charles, wheelwright
    Hollands, John, shopkeeper
    Jarrett, William, boot and shoemaker
    Joy, Thomas, grocer and draper
    Mann, Robert William, tailor
    Paine, Jeremiah, farmer
    Palmer, Miss Emily, day school
    Ridout, George, cooper
    Rouse, John, hairdresser
    Sankey, William, surgeon
    Simmons, Mrs. Sarah, saddler
    Sloman, William, farmer
    Smith, John, farmer
    Smith, John, carpenter
    Smith, James, baker
    Thornyoroft, Richard, blacksmith
    Town, Mrs. Rhoda, blacksmith
    Tye, Johnson, farmer
    Wells, Edward, shoemaker and postmaster
    Wilkins, Stephen and William, farmers and hop planters, Sutton place
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