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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WOODNESBOROUGH is a large village, one mile and a half west of Sandwich. The church of St. Mary is a neat structure. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester. The population in 1851 was 813. Grant's Grove, Polders. Each, Comb, Poulton, Turney, and Ringlestone, are other hamlets.

    POST-OFFICE - Henry Dilnot, Receiver. Letters received through Sandwich. The
    nearest Money Order Office is at Sandwich.

    Collett, Thomas, Esq.
    Elgar, Stephen, Esq.
    Gillow, Thomas, Esq.
    Farrow, Mrs. Elizabeth
    Laslett, Mr. Stephen
    Southee, John, Esq.
    Spicer, Rev.


    Armstrong, John H., farmer
    Basset, John, farmer
    Bax, Robert, Charity ,
    Bradley, William, farmer
    Brown, William, miller
    Buddie, John, Royal Oak, and carpenter
    Bushell, William, farmer
    Denne, Robert, farmer
    Denne, William and Henry, farmers
    Dilnol, Henry, carpenter
    Dilnot, Henry, farmer
    Dilnot, James, farmer
    Drayson, Charles, farmer
    Drayson, Daniel, farmer
    Fameriss, Mrs. Ann, farmer
    Fameriss, Stephen, farmer
    Gillon, William, farmer and brickmaker
    Harvey, William, farmer
    Hatcher, Stephen, farmer
    Kable, Thomas, farmer
    Laslett, Thomas, grocer and baker
    Laslett, William, farmer
    Laslett, William G., linen and hop bag manufacturer
    Lawrence, John, farmer
    Lawrence, Pierce, farmer
    Marsh, John, baker
    Millgate, William, farmer
    Munday, Mrs. Amy, Red Lion
    Ovenden, Albert, farmer and pork butcher
    Pettman, Thomas, boot and shoemaker
    Smith, Richard, farmer
    Spratt, George, farmer
    Sutton, Thomas, farmer
    Taylor, James, blacksmith
    Taylor, William, carpenter
    Teall, John, farmer
    Wacher, Thomas, farmer
    West, Stephen, miller
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