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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Wingham Public Houses

    WINGHAM is a considerable village, six miles east from Canterbury, and 62 from London, situated on a small brook, and on the road from Canterbury to Sandwich, in the lathe of St. Augustine, hundred of its own name, and Union of Eastry. It was once a market-town, but has long since fallen into disuse. The church of St. Mary is an old, commodious, and well-built edifice, with a lofty steeple. The living is a perpetual curacy, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The population, in 1851, was 1083. Danbridge is half a mile east; Matherless, half a mile S.E.; Dane
    Park, one mile south; Bramling, one mile S.W.; Chitterling, one mile N.E.

    POST-OFFICE - George Drury, Postmaster. Money Orders are granted and paid at
    this Office.

    GENTRY.
    Doughty, Mrs.
    Harris, Mr. Clement
    Manger, Mr. Thomas
    Mount, R. M., Esq.
    Rigden, Mr., John Matson
    Sim, Rev. Henry
    Sutton, Mrs
    Seward, Charles, Esq
    Waller, Rev. Thomas, Independent


    TRADERS.

    Allsworth, William Joseph, grocer and tailor
    Andrews, George, Anchor
    Andrews, Henry, butcher
    Branford, William, plumber and glazier
    Bushel, Thomas Tomlin, corn and hopfactor
    Chapman, John, miller
    Cart, Henry, hairdresser
    Chandler, Thomas, registrar of births and deaths for Wingham division
    Coleman, Jesse, linen draper
    Cornwell, Thomas, shoemaker
    Crothall, John. builder and brickmaker
    Davis, Thomas, carpenter
    Dadds, James, farmer
    Deverson, Richard T., musician
    Deverson, Daniel, farmer
    Denne, George and John, tailors
    Denne, James, plumber and glazier
    Drury, George, ironmonger
    Elgar, Mrs. Ann, farmer
    Elgar, John, farmer, Wingham Court
    Elgar, James, farmer and valuer
    Elgar, John, farmer and market gardener
    Elgar, Richard, farmer
    Fostall and Son, saddlers
    Fyles, John, carrier
    Harris, George, cooper
    Harris, Mrs. Mary, baker
    Hills, John, baker
    Holness, Robert, farmer
    Howard, Frederick, grocer and baker
    Hovell, Charles, surgeon
    Hudson, Henry and Son, plumbers and glaziers
    Hudson, Frederick, grocer
    Jefferey, James, watch and clock maker
    Kendall, Frederick, boot and shoe maker
    Kendall, Stephen, market gardener
    Larkin, William, linen weaver and twine spinner
    Laslett, Anthony, farmer
    Laslett, Leonard, farmer
    Linscol, John, shoemaker 
    Lawson, Robert, grocer and wheelwright
    Lawrence, Edward, farmer
    Martin, Robert Best, shoemaker
    Matson, Robert, farmer and seedsman
    Mepsted, Edward, farmer 
    Minter, Robert, farmer
    Minter, William, farmer
    Newington, Collins, shoemaker
    Pearce, Thomas, watchmaker
    Pettitt, Thomas, carpenter and shoemaker
    Phillips, Henry, beer retailer, Ship
    Pyner, Edward, farmer
    Pyner, William, miller
    Sankey, Frederick Harvey, surgeon
    Seath, John, carpenter
    Sells, Robert, chemist and stationer
    Skey, William Richard, grocer
    Sutton, Richard, Dog
    Sweetlove, John, millwright, blackmsith and wheelwright
    Teall, Stephen, farmer
    Toogood, Nicholas, builder
    Tucker, Edmund, beer retailer
    Twiddy, Miss Mary Ann, infant school
    West, James, blacksmith
    White, Harriet, Red Lion inn and commercial house
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