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Wickhambreux Public Houses

Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

WICKHAM BREAUX is a pleasant village five miles and a half east by north from Canterbury, in the hundred of Downhamford, and lathe of St. Augustine. The church of St. Andrew is a neat and handsome building. The living is a rectory, in the incumbency of the Rev. T. C. Plumptre. The population in 1851 was 481.

POST-OFFICE. - John Holman, Receiver. Letters arrive from Wingham. The nearest
Money Order Offices are at Wingham and Canterbury.

GENTRY.
Hays, Thomas, Esq. | Plumptre, Rev. Thomas Charles, M.A.

TRADERS.
Bing, Jarvis, farmer, Grove
Bing, Jarvis, farmer
Bing, John, farmer
Bushell, John, farmer
Champion, William, farmer, Under Tree
Collard, Charles, farmer
Dadd, James, farmer
Epps, William, Rising Sun
Harvey, Mrs Catherine, blacksmith
Hewson, Francis, baker
Holman, Thomas, shopkeeper
Johncock, Henry, carpenter
Kennett, James, boot and shoe maker
Larkin, Henry, farmer
Larkin, John, farmer
Oldfield, Mrs, farmer
West, John, beer retailer
West, Thomas, Rose
Watkins, Mrs., schoolmistress
Woolton, Henry, farmer


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