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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

WORTH, or WORD, is a village, one mile and a half south of Sandwich. The population in 1851 was 471. The church of St. Peter and St. Paul is a very ancient structure. The living is in the incumbency of the Rev. Sidney Smith.

POST-OFFICE - Richard Spinner, Receiver. The nearest Money Order Office is at Sandwich.

GENTRY.
Collett, Miss Margaret
Henderson, William, Esq.
Smith, Rev. Sydney
Spain, Mrs.
Spinner, George, Esq.
Sterling, Lieutenant, coast guard
Swinford, Miss


TRADERS.
Akers, Thomas, farmer
Baker, James, farmer
Baker, John, farmer
Baldock, Joseph, Crispin
Cobb, Charles, wheelwright
Durban, Francis, farmer
Henderson, John, farmer
Hogben, Alfred, blacksmith
Holden, Richard, parish clerk
Kemp, William, shopkeeper
Neame, William, shopkeeper
Nethersole, Henry, miller
Prett, William, shoemaker
Spain, George, farmer
Spinner, Charles, farmer
Spinner, Misses Harriet and Mary, farmers
Spinner, Richard, postmaster
Wanstall, Stephen, beer retailer


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