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Sutton at Hone, Dartford, Gravesend

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Public Houses at Sutton at Hone - also see Swanley

Swanley is a parish formed from Sutton at Hone in 1862

Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

SUTTON-AT-HONE is a village, three miles from Dartford, and seven miles S.W. from Gravesend. The population in 1851 was 1290. The church is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. The living is a vicarage; the Rev. John Hotham is the incumbent. Clement Street is half a mile west; Goss Hill, one mile west; Malthouse, one mile and a half west; Gilton Hill, one mile west; Swanley, two miles S.W.; Holmfield, half a mile S.W.; St. John's, a quarter of a mile east; Burnt House, half a mile N.W.; Rookery, one mile north.

POST-OFFICE. - Mrs. Susannah Squire, Postmistress. Letters arrive through Dartford,
which is also the nearest Money Order Office.


Clayton, the Misses
Elgar, William T., Esq.
Fleet, T., Esq.
Hall, Henry, Esq., Button House
Hayward, John, Esq., Sutton Rectory
Hotham, Rev. John, M.A., Vicar
Jones, Francis, Esq., Hawley
Reeves, _, Esq., Swanley
Saunders, Richard, Esq., Hawley House
Shephard, Captain, R.N., Cold Harbour
Staples, Mr. Henry
Whitaker, _, Esq., Rookery
Vogan, Randle, Esq.

Acton, William, wheelwright
Barham, William, plumber
Bicknell, James, beer retailer
Bills, William, beer retailer
Cooper, John, farmer
Creasey, George, shopkeeper
Elgar, William Thomas, farmer
Emmerton, Young, Bull
Evans, Thomas, baker
Glover, William G., Red Lion, Swanley
Harber, James, blacksmith
Kennard, William, butcher
Lane, William, baker
Mills, John, beer retailer, Swanley
Nevill, Thomas, farmer
Packman, George, bricklayer
Packman, Thomas, Ship
Read, John, carrier
Slaughter, John, miller
Squire, Misses Hannah and Martha, milliners, and post-office
Staples, Henry, farmer, Swanley
Staples, Thomas, farmer, Swanley
Staples, William, farmer, Swanley
Tebey, William, wheelwright
Turner, Aaron, carpenter, Swanley
Turner, Frederick, Woodman
Viner, William, boot maker
Whitehead, William, fruit grower
Wiggin, William, paper maker, Hawley Mills
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