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    Throwley, Faversham, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.


    THROWLEY is a parish, 11 miles from Canterbury, 10 miles from Ashford station, and five south from Faversham. The church is dedicated to St. Michael. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Pebendary of Rugmere. The Rev. Okey Nash, M.A., is vicar. The population in 1851 was 614. Belmont is a handsome mansion, the residence of Thomas Townsend, Esq. Hookey Hole is a quarter of a mile south; Clares Fostal, one mile south; Wilgate Green and Wilderton, one mile N.E.; Tong Green, one and a half mile south; New York, half a mile west.

    POST-OFFICE. - James Petts, Receiver, Belmont. The nearest Money Order Office is at Charing.

    Munn, William, A., Esq., Throwley House
    Nash, Rev. Okey, M.A., vicar
    Townend, Thomas, Esq., Belmont.
    Videan, aTr. John, Throwley villa


    Beaney, Mr., bootmaker, Clares Fostal
    Coast, James, carpenter, Clares Fostal
    Coast, William, miller, Clares Fostal
    Cobb, .Henry and Robert L., farmers, Town's place
    Collard, Mrs. Ann E., farmer, Bells Fostal
    Creed, James, farmer
    Dodd, John P., farmer, smith, and farrier, Parsonage
    Dungate, Edward, boot and shoe maker,
    Fowler, John, plumber and glazier
    Keeler, R., bailiff to W. A. Munn, Esq.
    Matcham, Stephen T,, grocer, &c., Clares Fostal
    Miller, James, farmer, Welgate Green
    Page, Peter, beer retailer, grocer, &c., Clares Fostal
    Pepper, James, farmer
    Rye, James and Thomas, smiths and farriers, Clares Fostal
    Southee, Daniel, miller
    Theobalds, Mrs. E., farmer, Clares Fostal
    Tickner, John, farmer, Clares Fostal
    Videan, Edgar, farmer, Tong Green
    Whiting, William, builder

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