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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

Teynham Public Houses

TEYNHAM, or TENHAM, is a town three miles east of Sittingbourne, and west of Faversham. The population in 1851 was 842. Here is a parish church which is a handsome structure. The living is a vicarage. On the Creek is Conyers Quay; Great and Little Frognal and Barrow Green are one mile S.W.

Letters received through Sittingbourne, vhich is also the nearest Money Order Office.

TRADERS
Beacon, William, Ship's Endeavour
Blaxland, John, farmer, Court Lodge Farm
Bourne, John, farmer, Osier Farm
Cheesman, Richard, tailor
Cullen, Edward, plumber and painter
Dence, Lewis, grocer
Duncan, james, bootmaker
Fairbeard, William and Julius, nurserymen
Flood, James Thomas, registrar of births, deaths etc
George, Stephen, carpenter and builder
Gillaspy, John, baker
Cillaspy, John, bootmaker and ironmonger
Hunt, Stephen, carpenter and builder
Knowler, Henry, farrier
Lake, James, farmer
Laker, Edward John, Parish Clerk
Nicholls, Edward, blacksmith
Nowers, William, chemist, and agent to the Hope Mutual Life Office
Payn, James, grocer and draper
Read, John, grocer and draper
Sidders, John Henry and Alfred, millers
Smeed, James, corn dealer
Terry, William, coach builder and wheelwright


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