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    Ulcombe, Hollingbourn, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    ULCOMBE is a parish and village, eight miles S.E. from Maidstone, four miles north from Headcorn station. The population in 1851 was 638. The church, dedicated to AH Saints, is a very ancient edifice. The living is a rectory; the Rev. Samuel Mence, B.D., is the incumbent. Pie Corner and East Wood are one mile S.E.; Pheasant, two miles S.W.; Humphery two miles S.E.; Great and Little Boycourt, three miles and a half south; Chigworth, Knoll Jill and Kingsnoad are other places.

    POST-OFFICE. - Charles appenden, Eeceiver. Letters are received through Maidstone.
    The nearest Money Order Office is at Linton.

    Ellis, Charles, Esq., Ulcomb place | Mence, Rev. Samuel, B.D., Rector


    Adams, William, boot and shoe maker
    Askey, Francis, blacksmith
    Benstead, George, .farmer
    Benstead, James, farmer, Knoll Hill
    Bigg, George, farmer
    Boorman, Mrs., farmer
    Butler, Mrs., farmer
    Bates, James, Pheasant Farm
    Collison, William, farmer
    Cook, John, grocer
    Cook, George, farmer
    Cooper, John, blacksmith and beer house
    Chambers, William, blacksmith, Pie Corner
    Craddock, Mrs., miller
    Crump, Edward, farmer, Green Hill
    Crump, John and Thomas, farmers, Mansion Farm
    Davis, John, bricklayer
    Day, Robert, farmer
    Dean, James, farmer
    Duddy, Thomas, sen., farmer, Church Farm
    Duddy, George and Henry, jun., farmers
    Edmeds, Isaac, farmer
    Gilbert, James, miller
    Gladdish, William, Horse and Harrow Inn
    Hatch, James, farmer, Chigworth Farm
    Hodges, Daniel, farmer, Kingsnoad Farm
    Knight, Thomas, farmer, Boy Court Farm
    Knight, George, farmer, Ovenden Farm
    Ledger, William, carpenter
    Ledger, William, jun., carpenter
    Ledger, Harriet, farmer
    Love, William, farmer
    Marchant, Cornelius, farmer, and beerhouse
    Mosely, Thomas, farmer
    Meanzie, Caroline, farmer
    Orpen, John, farmer
    Tappenden, Charles, draper and grocer
    Tassell, Edward, farmer, Knoll Hill
    Taylor, William, miller, Chigworth Mill
    Upton, John, farmer
    Vinson, Robert, farmer, Chigworth Court
    West, William, wheelwright
    Wildish, Fanny, butcher
    Williams, William J., farmer
    Williams, Richard, sen., Boy Court Farm
    Woolley, William, farmer, Knowl hill
    Wildish, Edward, butcher, Pie Corner
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