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    West Malling, Malling, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WEST MALLING is a town, parish, and union, in Larkfield hundred, and lathe of Aylesford, West Kent, six miles N.W. from Maidstone, and four miles from Wateringbury station. The population according to the Census, 1851, was 2,021. The town was lighted with gas in 1863. A stock market is held here on the third Wednesday in every month; petty Sessions, first Monday in each month, and a meeting of Guardians every Wednesday. The church is an ancient edifice, chiefly in
    the Norman style. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the executors of the late T. A. Douce, Esq. Larkfield is a large hamlet, one mile N.E., and gives name to the hundred.

    POST-OFFICE - R. B. Stedman, Postmaster. Letters received through Maidstone.

    EAST MALLING is distant one mile east from Town Malling.
    WEST MALLING.

    GENTRY.

    Akers, Aretas, Esq., Abbey
    Bishop, Mrs.
    Clamp, Miss
    Ceilings, Mrs.
    Dudlow, John Noble
    Furley, Edward, Esq.
    Graham, James, Esq. .
    Hayman, William, Esq. .
    Hayman, Charles, Esq.
    Hayman, Dr.
    Hammond, Rev. E. R.
    Judge, the Misses
    King, Mrs.
    Lowry, Dr., Malling place
    Luck, P., Esq.
    Luck, E. T., Esq.
    Lucas, Captain Robert
    Mace, Mrs.
    Norton, S., Esq.
    Palmer, George, Esq.
    Philips, Mrs.
    Philips, C. O., Esq.
    Pope, Montague, Esq
    Rix, Mrs.
    Savage, John, Esq.
    Seaton, Thomas, Esq.
    Sutton, Peter, Esq.
    Timmins, Rev. John Henry, M.A., Vicarage
    Walker, Miss
    Wildes, Henry Dudlow, Esq.

    Public Houses in West Malling

    TRADERS

    Allchin, William, carpenter
    Apps, W. P., ironmonger
    Austen, _, grocer
    Assiter, S. F, hairdresser, etc.
    Barton, George, seedsman
    Barton, Thomas, bootmaker
    Bean, Edward, veterinary surgeon, and Bear Commercial Inn
    Bedell, William, farmer
    Beech, Edgar, linen and woollen draper
    Billinghurst, Henry, beer retailer
    Billinghurst, Samuel, carrier
    Billson, Jonathan, plumber
    Bishop, William, baker
    Bookham, John, wine merchant
    Bramley, William, carrier
    Brigden, Solomon, dairyman
    Browning, Mrs Ann, miller
    Browning, Edward, carrier
    Buskett, H, butcher
    Callaway, James, saddler
    Carpenter, Mrs, beer retailer
    Carrick, John, Swan Commercial Inn, and Inland Revenue Office
    Castle, George A., bootmaker
    Chalken, John, tanner and currier
    Comport, George, plumber
    Dickenson, Henry, brewer and maltster
    Diplock, Mrs., school
    Diplock, J, upholsterer
    Dabell, W., confectioner
    Dorrington, Albah, tailor
    Dutt and Sons, auctioneers and coopers
    English, John, grocer
    Farley and Pope, surgeons
    Gammon, Thomas, dairyman
    Gower, Thomas, carpenter
    Grover and Sons, grocers
    Harman, John, poulterer
    Hatch, Mrs. and Miss, boarding school
    Hatch, James P., farmer, Calais Court
    Higgins, George, George Inn
    Hills, Thomas, baker
    Hilton, G., superintendent of police
    Hiscook, J., fancy repository
    Hoad, Henry, watchmaker
    How, Henry, grocer
    How, William, Bull
    Judges, James, plumber
    Jupp, John F., butcher
    Jupp, William, carrier
    Kettle, Thomas, salesman
    Knight, Thomas, tailor
    Landers, Theophilus, tailor
    Letchford, Robert, blacksmith
    Larking, J. P., bootmaker
    Longhurst, Thomas, blacksmith
    Harden, Miss, ladies' school
    Martin, John, mason,
    May, George, bootmaker
    Moore, William, toy and general dealer
    Norton, B., wine merchant
    Orphin, J., Star
    Pace, Thomas, bootmaker
    Palmer, George, farmer, St. Leonard's
    Pledge, Henry, butcher
    Plum, John, tailor
    Pymm, Miss Ann, milliner
    Rabson, _, butcher
    Rabson, John, farmer
    Richardson, George, Carpenter's Arms
    Robinson, George T., grocer
    Seager, -, King's Arms
    Smallwood, Joseph, tailor
    Stedman, Richard B., chemist and stationer
    Streeter, Samuel, fruiterer
    Usmar, William, watchmaker
    Viner, Messrs. J. and W., drapers
    Wagon,.Stephen, grocer, etc.
    Whitley, F. B., corn factor
    Wickbam, William, carpenter
    Worley, J., baker
    Wright, F. H., grocer
    Woodger, Francis, miller
    Woollett, Charles, smith, &c.
    Young, E., draper
    Young, Henry, baker
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