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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WILLESBOROUGH is a village pleasantly situated on the high road from Ashford Station to Hythe, two miles S.E. from, the former, and nine miles and a half N.W. from the latter, partly in the hundred of Chart and Longbridge, East Ashford union, lathe of Scray. The church of St. Mary is a neat building. The living is a vicarage. The Rev. William Gould, M.A., is the incumbent.
    The East Ashford Union workhouse had, in 1851, 169 inmates. The population in 1851 was 1,022. Alfred Town, near the South Eastern Railway factory, is a new town or suburb of Ashford, increasing in population.

    POST-OFFICE - Miss Amelia Cook, Receiver. Letters received through Ashford.
    The nearest Money Order Office is at Ashford.

    Public Houses in Willesborough

    Barker, Mr. John
    Collins, Frederick, Esq.
    Cook, Henry, Esq., Lecton hall
    Edwards, William, Esq.
    Gregory, George, Esq., Spotlands
    Gould, Rev. William, M.A., Vicarage
    Norwood, Curtis, Esq.
    Waterman, Captain John


    Back, George, cattle salesman
    Blatcher, George, farmer
    Brown, Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper
    Bruce, Richard, farmer
    Bull, John, watchmaker
    Burmarsh, John, Chittenden Farm
    Chittenden, John, wheelwright
    Cook, Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer
    Cook, Henry, farmer
    Cook, William, general smith
    Cook, William, M.R.C.S., veterinary surgeon
    Carnes, John, grocer and miller
    Cavey, John, market gardener
    Durtnall, John, butcher
    Durtnall, William, wheelwright
    Epps, John, carpenter
    Gayler, Abraham, shopkeeper
    Hart, John, Blacksmiths' Arms
    Judge, John Foster, farmer
    Kingsland, John, farmer
    Miller, William, carpenter
    Pellatt, Daniel, boot and shoe maker
    Perkins, Thomas, farmer, miller, and lime burner
    Scott, William, farmer
    Sealey, John, fanner and grazier
    Steddy, William, builder, and parish clerk
    Stevens, James, farmer, and land agent
    Stevens, John, farmer
    Stockwell, William, boot and shoe maker
    Swain, Abraham J., baker and grocer
    Terry, Henry, beer retailer
    Tournay, James, builder, painter, and glazier
    Tuff, Isaac, grocer
    Wanstall, John, grocer, the Albion
    Worger, James, pork butcher
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