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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Westwell, West Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Westwell Public Houses

    WESTWELL is a village adjoining Eastwell, three miles and a half from Ashford, north of that town, in Lathe of Scray, Colehill, Hundred and West Ashford Union, East Kent; the living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury ; the incumbent is the Rev. John Alexander Ross, M.A.; the church is to the right of the road; there is also a national school here, and the West Ashford union workhouse, with 100 inmates. The population in 1851 was 1,030; the Wesleyans and Baptists have each a
    chapel. Dignash is half a mile south; Dann Street half a mile N.B.; Frog Wood and Digg. Farm one mile and a half west; Westwell Leaton two miles west; Nest half a mile south; Castle one mile south; Bevenden one mile and a half south; Shottington half a mile S.E.; Lenaker Street and Goatly Lees one mile and a half S.E.; Sandhurst one mile and a half S.E.

    POST-OFFICE, Westwell Common— - Thomas Russell, Receiver. The nearest Money
    Order Offices are at Ashford and Charing,

    Chapman, Misses Elizabeth and Catherine
    Ross, Rev. John Alexander, M.A., Vicar.


    Back, Thomas, farmer
    Brenchley, William, Wagon and Horses
    Burden, James, shoemaker
    Burden, Thomas, blacksmith
    Chapman, Thomas B., farmer
    Cheeseman, Robert, farmer
    Cook, John, farmer
    Flint, Thomas, brickmaker
    Foord, John, farmer
    Gale, Mrs. Jane, Woolpack
    Hart, Stephen, farmer
    Head, William, miller
    Histed, Thomas, farmer
    Hobday, Valentine, wheelwright
    Homeward, William, farmer
    Home, John Austin, farmer
    Jell, Misses Jane and Mary, farmers, Haven Farm
    Jenkins, Stephen, farmer and dealer
    Judge, Richard, farmer
    Kennett, Thomas, farmer
    Langley, Luke, registrar of births & deaths
    Millen, John, farmer
    Moore, William, farmer, Lenacre Hall
    Page, Thomas, farmer
    Parnham, Thomas, shopkeeper
    Settatree, Eliz., Mrs., shopkeeper
    Sharp, Barling, farmer
    Skinner, Joseph, butcher and shopkeeper
    Skinner, Stephen, farmer
    Small, Mary, Mrs., grocer
    Stace, James, carpenter and wheelwright
    Standford, Gregory, blacksmith
    Stone, James, blacksmith
    Sappenden, Henry, farmer and miller
    Vaunt, Henry, wheelwright
    Whittle, Nancy, Mrs., farmer
    Whittle, William, farmer
    Wood, Daniel, carpenter

    Union Workhouse:
    Thomas Butler Jones, master
    Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, matron
    John Thomas Jones, schoolmaster
    Miss Eliza Langley, schoolmistress
    Rev. John Alexander Ross, M.A., chaplain
    Charles Wilks, surgeon
    Luke Langley and Thomas Hall, relieving officers
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