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    Westerham, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WESTERHAM is a small, but a pleasant town, five miles and three quarters north from Edenbridge, and six and a half west of Sevenoaks. The population in 1851 was 2,113. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, is a large and handsome building. The living is a vicarage, with Edenbridge annexed; patron and incumbent, the Rev. Richard Board, B.L., and the Eev. H. C. Bartlett, M.A., is curate.
    Crockham Hill, or Cockham, is a hamlet in the parish of Westerham, two miles from the town. The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. The living is a perpetual curacy, with a glebe house, in the gift of Charles Warde, Esq.

    POST-OFFICE - Thomas Thompson, Postmaster. Money Orders are granted and paid
    at this office. London letters arrive by mail cart from Sevenoaks.

    GENTRY.

    Alexander, _ , Esq., Pilgrim hill
    Bartlett, Rev. H. C., M.A., Curate
    Board, Rev. Richard, B.L., Vicar, Vicarage
    Board, John, Esq.
    Bosworth, Thomas H., Esq.
    Colquhoun, John, Campbell Esq.. J.P., Chartwell
    Divett, Mrs. Maria
    Gale, Mrs. Lucy
    Glover, Mrs. Abijah
    Gorham, Mrs., Darent Villa
    Heathcote, Mrs Anne
    Hunson, the Misses
    Kidder, Mrs. Robert, Hose Villa
    Kitchen, Joseph, Esq., Dimsdale Lodge
    Leader, Rev. Thomas, Curate
    Lewis, Mrs. Elizabeth, Westfield Grange
    MaoMe, Mrs. Sarah
    Norbury, Lord, Hill Park
    Potts, Rev. J., Independent Minister
    Rathill, Mr. Robert, Mostyn
    Sale, Miss Sophia
    Streetfield, Mrs. Hannah, Chartsedge
    Thompson, Charles Matthews, Esq.
    Thompson, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Toovey, Mr. Richard T.
    Warde, Charles, Esq., Squerrie's court
    Waters, Mr. John
    Welsh, Mr. Samuel
    Whittaker, Mrs. Sally S.
    Willard, Miss Eliza

    Westerham Public Houses

    TRADERS.

    Ashton, John, veterinary surgeon
    Atherfold and Co., grocers and spirit merchants
    Atherfold, John, tailor, linen and woollen draper
    Atkinson, Isaac, grocer
    Atkinson, Robert, bricklayer
    Austin, G., farmer, Little Belsom hill
    Bellchambers, Robert, builder
    Bellchambers, John, carpenter
    Benson, William, brick manufacturer
    Bosworth, Thomas H., solicitor, and clerk to the magistrates
    Boyes, Thomas, farmer, French street
    Boyes, John, boot and shoe maker
    Brand, John, miller
    Briggs, Mrs. Elizabeth, confectioner
    Burbery, Stephen, Grasshopper
    Cattell, John, jun., confectioner
    Cattell, John, nurseryman and seedsman
    Chapman, Edward, shopkeeper
    Clare, Thomas, bookseller and stationer, sub-stamp office
    Clements, Thomas, farmer
    Colegate, William, shoemaker
    Coleman, John, builder
    Costidell, Thomas, sen., shoemaker
    Costidell, Thomas, jun., shoemaker
    Cripps, George, King's Arms Hotel, and Commercial and posting house
    Crute, Thomas, inland revenue office
    Dalton, George, butcher, etc.
    Dickinson, Edward, nurseryman and seedsman
    Dye, Edmund, wheelwright
    Elliott, Samuel, plumber and glazier
    Everist, William, boot and shoemaker
    Powle, A. E., watch and clock maker
    Fuller, James, shopkeeper
    Galley, Miss Maria Anna, milliner, etc.
    Garden, Mr., beer retailer
    Gardener, Thomas, tobacconist
    Grover, Samuel C., draper
    Grover, S. C., draper
    Harris, John, tailor
    Heath, John, boot and shoe manufacturer
    Hearne, Joseph, hack master
    Hitchen, Thomas, farmer and grazier, Dunsdale
    Holden, Mr., saddle and harness maker
    Hooker, Miss Elizabeth, milliner, etc.
    Howard, John, miller and baker

    Jenner, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Langridge, William, blacksmith
    Lee, William, grocer
    Levey, William, plumber and glazier
    Liley, Thomas, dealer in marine stores
    Lock, William T., butcher
    Lockyer, Herbert, cabinet maker
    Mills, James, Warde Arms
    Newman, J., chimney sweeper
    Osborne and Son, fellmongers, etc.
    Outram, Mrs. Sarah, grocer
    Palin, George, farmer, Force green
    Palin, George, farmer
    Parker, William, chemist and druggist
    Pike, Miss, mistress of national school
    Puddefoot, George, hairdresser, etc.
    Pywell, William, day school
    Rathill, Robert M., surgeon
    Ray, William, organist of parish church
    Rutley, William, farmer and brickmaker
    Sales, Mr., General Wolfe 
    Saunders, William, farmer and grazier
    Saxby, Thomas, saddle and harness maker
    Schroder, James, grocer
    Shearing, Thomas, pork butcher
    Skerratt, Mrs. Lydia, dressmaker
    Skerratt, John, dyer
    Smith, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Strudwick, James, baker
    Strudwick, John, builder
    Thompson, Thomas, grocer, ironmonger and postmaster
    Thompson, Charles M., surgeon
    Toovey, Mrs. Sarah, boarding school
    Twort, Henry, farmer
    Waterman, George, George
    Watkins, William F, brewer and maltster
    Whickman, William, butcher
    Whitmore, Thomas, tanner and currier
    Winchester, John, carrier
    Wood, John, wheelwright
    Woollett, John, miller
    Woollett, William, carpenter
    Young, James, farmer and grazier


    CROCKHAM HILL
    GENTRY.
    Dickinson, A., Esq. r /> Dounie, Captain Thomas Charles
    Passenger, Mr. George
    Robins, Rev. Charles M., M.A., Perpetual Curate, Parsonage.



    TRADERS.
    Bowra, William, farmer
    Bowra, Robert, poulterer
    Boyes, George, butcher
    Dye, E., farmer, Froghole
    Goodwin, David, grocer
    Green, Robert, farmer, Dairy Farm
    Heath, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
    Horsman Thomas, sen., stonemason
    Penny, Mrs. Harriet, schoolmistress
    Saunders, George, farmer
    Seamark, H., schoolmaster
    Skinner, George, shoemaker
    Skinner, Mrs. Lucy, farmer
    Steers, Mrs. Ann F,, farmer
    Theobalds, Richard, Royal Oak
    Tracey, Edward, farmer, Red Hill Farmer />
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