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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!

    Woodchurch, Tenterden, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Woodchurch Public Houses

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent

    WOODCHURCH is a large parish, eight miles south of Smarden, four
    from Appledore station, and five and a half from Tenterden. The church
    is dedicated to All Saints, and stands upon rising ground on the borders of
    Romney Marsh. The living is a rectory, in the patronage of the Archbishop
    of Canterbury; the Rev. Arthur Cozenove, M.A, curate; and the Rev. F. B.
    Wells is the rector. The population in 1851 was 1286. Spotgreen is one
    mile and a half east; Brickwall, half a mile west; Brook Street, one mile
    S.W.; Towling Green, half a mile south ; Redbrook Street, one mile north;
    Plurrenden and Hales' Place, two miles N.W.

    POST- OFFICE.-John Bright, Postmaster. Letters received through Tenterden, which
    is also the nearest Money Order Office.
    Bird, Mrs.
    Schreiber, John Charles, Esq.
    Cozenove, Rev. Arthur, Curate, Rectory |


    Adams, Frederick, farmer
    Baker, William, farmer
    Banks, George, farmer
    Barman, Alfred, shoemaker
    Barman, Thomas, farmer
    Barman, John, baker
    Barman, William, butcher
    Barman, John, farmer
    Beeching, John, carrier
    Beeken, George, farmer
    Beem, John, butcher
    Beslee, David, farmer
    Betts, Richard, carpenter
    Bourne, John, carpenter
    Bourne, Mrs. Mahala, beer retailer
    Bourne, Richard, butcher
    Bright, John, post-office, grocer and draper
    Bright, H. H., fanner
    Brissenden, Dive, beer retailer
    Butler, John, farmer
    Button, Peter, farmer
    Chambers, Frederick, bricklayer
    Chasmar, George, briokmaker
    Collick, John, farmer, Stone Bridge
    Cobb, William, wheelwright
    Coomber, William, farmer
    Dee, Edward, shoemaker
    Dewis, John, farmer
    Fullager, David, farmer
    Fullager, Thomas, farmer

    Fullager, Henry, farmer
    Fullager, Samuel, Bonny Cravat Inn
    Funnel, Alfred, butcher
    Hart, Frederick, sjoemaker
    Heathfield, Thomas, wheelwright
    Hixson, George, blacksmith
    Hook, Henry, farmer
    Hook, William, farmer, Cherry Gardens
    Hughes, John, shopkeeper
    Jinkings, John Abraham, surgeon
    Kingsnorth, Joseph, farmer
    Mannering, George, hairdresser
    Mummery, William, farmer
    Ottaway, John Charles, farmer
    Owen, Dive, farmer
    Paine, Miss Frances, day school
    Pearson, Alfred, carpenter
    Rayner, William and John, millers
    Read, James, farmer
    Shorter, John, lathrender
    Smeeth, William, boarding and day school
    Turner, Daniel, saddler
    Turner, Samuel, carrier
    Virtue, Samuel, farmer
    Wells, Henry, farmer
    Wicks, George, farmer
    Worger, William, farmer
    Worger, Alfred, farmer
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