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WAREHORNE is a village and parish, seven miles south of Ashford, and close to Ham Street Station. The population in 1851 was 507. The church is dedicated to St. Matthew. The living is a rectory in the patronage of the Crown, and incumbency of the Rev. John Dufton, M.A. Warehorne Leacon is an adjoining hamlet; Ham Green is one mile S.E., in Romney Marsh; Ham Street one mile N.E.; here is a railway station.

POST-OFFICE. - Thomas Bourne, Receiver. Letters arrive from Ashford, which is
also the nearest Money Order Office.

Dufton, Rev. John, M.A., Rectory | Warrener, Rev. Robert, M.A.

Barling, James, jun., farmer
Barling, James, miller
Butler, J. T., farmer and grazier
Bourne, Thomas, postmaster, etc.
Foster, William, shoemaker
Howland, Stephen, farmer
Kingsnorth, George, farmer, Spotend
Martin, William, shopkeeper
Maylam, Thomas, farmer
Parsons, Benjamin, Woolpack, farmer, etc.
Punyer, Henry, blacksmith
Ricken, Charles, grazier
Woodgate, John and Samuel, farmers
Woolley, John, grocer

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