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    Wittersham, Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

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    Public houses in Wittersham

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WITTERSHAM, or WITTRISHAM, is a village and parish, five miles north of Rye station, and south of Tenterden. The population in 1851 was 987. The church is dedicated to St. John the Baptist, and is a fine edifice. The living is a rectory, in the gift of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. E. R. Nares is the incumbent. The Wesleyans have a chapel here.

    POST-OPFICE. - Thomas Forster, Postmaster. The nearest Money Order Offices are at Rye and Tenterden.

    GENTRY.

    Adams, Mrs. Mary
    Cummins, Mr. John
    Kemp, Rev. Alfred, Curate .
    Nares, Captain E. D.
    Nares, Kev. E. R., Rector
    Pain, Mr. Alfred
    Sims, Mr. David
    Smallfield, Thomas, Esq
    Southerden, Mrs. Henrietta

    TRADERS

    Ashbee, Richard, Queen's Head
    Beck, George William, lime and coal merchant
    Body, John, farmer
    Body, Thomas, farmer
    Bishop, Samuel, farmer
    Bull, Thomas, farmer
    Burch, Stephen, miller
    Chennell, Thomas, farmer
    Collard, Thomas, miller
    Dengate, George, builder
    Dengate, Charles, baker
    Dengate, John, painter, &c. .
    Dunster, Charles, Ewe and Lamb
    Elmer, Thomas, farmer
    Forster, Thomas, postmaster
    Freeland and Hoskins, butchers
    Freeland, William, parish clerk
    Gansba, S., farmer
    Green, Charles, farmer
    Highwood, Mrs. Mary, grocer
    Hoad, George, carpenter
    Hoad, James, carpenter
    Mancer, James, wheelwright
    Martin, Edward, bootmaker
    Martin, Richard, farmer
    Neve, Thomas, grocer and draper
    Neve, William, blacksmith
    Neve, Walter, veterinary surgeon
    Neve, Henry, farmer
    Padgham, Alfred, grocer and draper
    Parkhurst, Jesse, tailor and grocer
    Poile, Jeremiah, farmer
    Samson, Stephen, farmer
    Simmons, William, farmer
    Sims, Thomas, carrier
    Sims, William, carpenter
    Sims, Samuel, shoemaker
    Sisley, Thomas, grocer
    Springett, John, saddler
    Springett, George, butcher, &c.
    Southen, Alfred, farmer
    Stanford, George, tailor
    Standen, Spencer, farmer
    Tappley, John, shoemaker
    Terry, John T., surgeon
    Tomkin, Musgrove, farmer
    Winter, Samuel, farmer
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