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Wooton , Dover, Thanet with Dover

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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

WOOTON or WOOTTON is a parish eight miles north of Folkestone, and eight N.W. of Dover, St. Augustine lathe. East Kent. The church is a small
building. The living is a rectory. The Rev Arthur B. Mesham, M.A. is the incumbent.
The population in 1851 was 153. Yeding is one mile east.

Letters received through Canterbury. The nearest Money Order Offices are at
Dover and Folkestone.

Public Houses in Wootton

Brydges, John, Esq.
Mesham, Rev. Arthur B., B.D., Rector

Ashby, Richard, miller
Baker, Castle, farmer
Baker, John, sen., tailor
Bean, Thomas, farmer
Brioe, Thomas, farmer
Daniells, Samuel, blacksmith
Deal, William, farmer
Dunn, David, hurdle maker
Dunn, David John, grazier
Dunn, William, farmer
Gibbens, Edward, farmer
Seath, William, grazier

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