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    Waltham, Bridge, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WALTHAM, styled in ancient records TEMPLE WALTHAM, is a bye village and parish in the lathe of St. Augustine, hundreds of Bridge and Petham, Wye and Stawling, and Bridge union, East Kent, and is eight miles from Canterbury; ten N.E. of Ashford station; five east of Wye station; and 77 from London. The Church of St. Bartholomew is very ancient; the living is a vicarage united to that of Petham. Wadden Hall, North Lye, and Thorn, are places in the neighbourhood. The population, in 1851, was 576. Richdore and Walnuttree are a quarter of a mile west; Anvil Gree, or Handwell, half a mile north; Bawcombe, one mile north; Wadden Hall, one mile and a half east; Whittaker Street, three quarters of a mile south.

    Letters received through Canterbury. The nearest Money Order Office is at Wye.

    Branes, William, saddler
    Brice, Samuel, farmer
    Cox, Marshall, farmer
    Daniels, Mrs. Sarah, blacksmith
    Dilnot, William, miller and farmer
    Gage, Thomas, carrier
    Gambrill, Stephen, farmer
    Gibbs, Henry, carrier
    Haras, Henry, farmer
    Harvey,William, carpenter and wheelwright
    Hobday, Thomas, saddler
    Mills, Mrs. Sarah, farmer
    Pypus, H., carpenter and wheelwright
    Scott, Mrs. Jane, farmer
    Stickles, George, carpenter and wheelwright
    Sutton, John, farmer
    Tucker, William, Lord Nelson, and farmer
    Vickers, Mrs. Anne, farmer
    Vickers, Thomas, farmer
    Warden, William, farmer

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