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Wateringbury, Malling, Maidstone

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Public Houses in Wateringbury

Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

WATERINGBURY is a large village, five miles and a half west of Maidatone, in the lathe of Aylesford, Twyford hundred, and Malling union; and has a station on the Maidstone branch of railway. The church is a handsome gothic building. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester, and incumbency of the Rev. Henry Stevens, M.A. The population in 1851 was 1,310. Bow Bridge is on the Medway. Wateringbury Cross adjoins the village. Lillyhoo had, in 1851, 43 inhabitants.

POST-OFFICE. - Robert Jude, Postmaster. Letters are received through, Maidstone,

GGENTRY.

Allchin, Mrs. Elizabeth
Brown, William, Esq., Wateringbury
House Lancaster, Miss Sarah ,
Earl, Rev. Robert, M.A.
Evans, Robert M., Esq.
Hyland, Mrs.
King John, Esq.
Lancaster, Mrs. Mary
Leney, Charles, Esq., Wateringbury Lodge
Lucas, Samuel Lancaster, Esq., the Lodge
Stevens, Rev. Henry, M.A.



TRADERS.
Allwork, Henry, grocer and draper
Anderson, John, shoemaker
Beadle, John, timber merchant
Beadle, William, beer retailer, Poison Well
Boorman, David, Duke's Head Inn
Bootman, William, butcher
Bray, James, veterinary surgeon
Bridge, Henry, bricklayer
Cooke, Thomas, grocer
Cripps, George, boot and shoe maker
Dray, James, fancy repository
Eversfield, Richard and John, grocers and drapers
Featherstone, William, shoemaker and constable
Fremlin, James, millet and farmer
Gibbon, Miles, grocer
Goodwin, Edward, farmer
Gould, Henry, surgeon
Goss, Thomas, plumber and glazier
Hall, George, stone mason
Hammond, John, farmer
Harris, Richard, butcher
Harris, John, saddle and harness maker
Harrison, Richard, wheelwright
Hill, John, beer retailer, Poison well
Hodge, John, farmer and carpenter
Holder, John, beer retailer
Hopkins, Mrs. ladies' school
Jackson, Thomas, North Pole Inn
Jessup, Mrs. Mary, baker
Jude, J. B., farmer
Jude, John Beale, maltster and brewer
Jude, Robert, postmaster
Jukes, William, brazier
King, John, agent to the Royal Exchange Fire and Life Office
Lewrenee, Thomas, beer retailer
Lee, John, brickmaker and farmer
Leney, Charles and Frederick, brewers and maltsters
Luxford, Thomas, blacksmith
Luther, Elijah, King's Head
Marshall, William, farmer
Ongley, William, farmer
Ongley, Charles, tailor
Perrings, John, carpenter
Shepherd, Henry, blacksmith
Small, George G., station master
Smith, Thomas, grocer
Spencer, Abraham, farmer
Weston, Philip, baker
Willcock, Thomas, farmer

What I am now attempting to achieve is the coverage of an earlier London street directory in 1832. This is unique, plus images of the 1842 Robsons directory which confirm earlier entries and also carry much more trade detail about a premises or person. Here is the index of streets in 1832, many with 1842 imagery added.
And next is the complete 1940 London street directory - this will take some months to complete, so bear with me!

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