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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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Whitstable, Blean, Canterbury with Swale

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WHITSTABLE, is a seaport, market town, and railway station, and is the harbour of Canterbury. to which it is united by railway, communicating with Ashford and London; six miles north of Canterbury, 87 from London, five west of Herne Bay, and seven N.E. of Faversham, in Blean union, lathe of St Augustine, Whitstable hundred, East Kent, lying on Whitstable bay and being a steam, packet station. The population in 1851, was 2,746.
    The population of the town, which is partly in Whitstable, and partly in Seasalter was 3,086. The church of All Saints is very ancient. The Rev. John Morriss, M.A., perpetual curate, and also vicar of Seasalter. The Wesleyans and Independents have their respective chapels here.

    SEASALTER, called in Domesday Book a small borough. The population in 1851 was 1240.

    SWALECLIFFE is a small village near the Cliffs, seven miles north of Canterbury, two miles east of Whitstable, and three miles west of Herne Bay. Its population in 1851 was 176. The church of St. John the Baptist is small. In the neighbourhood are Balls Street, Chestfield, Rucking, Bodkin, Coleward, Studhill, Thornden, Highgate, and Radfall.

    Post Office - Robert Tritton Whorlow, Postmaster, Money Orders are granted and paid at this Office.

    Clark, Rev. John, High street
    Down, Joshua, High street
    Ellis, Wynn, Esq., Tower House
    Head, Captain, Tankerton House
    Holden, Mr. George, High street
    Hyder, W., Esq., Court Lees
    Killick, John, Rev., Wesleyan Minister, High street
    Morris, Rev. Robert John, Vicarage, Borstol Hill

    Public Houses in Whitstable

    Traders in Whitstable in 1858 Melvilles Directory by surname

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