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    Wrotham, Malling, Maidstone

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    WROTHAM is a village and parish, 11 miles N.W. from Maidstone; 10 S.W. from Gravesend, and eight N.E. from Sevenoaks. The population in 1851 was 3,184. The church, dedicated to St. George, is an ancient and spacious edifice. The living comprises a sinecure rectory and a vicarage, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. Charles Lane is the incumbent.

    WOODLANDS is a hamlet of Wrotham parish, and is three miles north.
    Here is a very neat church.

    PLATT is another hamlet in this parish. The population in 1851 was
    997. The church is dedicated to St. Mary, and is considered a handsome

    POST-OFFICE. - John Ashdown, Sub-Postmaster. Daily Mail arrives at 7 A.M., and
    dispatched at 5-30 P.M. Thomas Ashdown, Driver of, and Contractor for the Daily
    Mail from Sevenoaks to Wrotham. Money Orders issued and paid at this office
    from 9 in the morning till 5 in the afternoon.

    London and County Banking Company.-Mr. Charles Parker, Manager. Open on Mondays, Fridays, and Market days.

    Batt, James, Esq., Platt
    Boys, Rev. Richard, M.A., Platt
    Hodsall, Mrs. Eleanor
    Holliday, Mr. John, Sudbury House
    Johnson, Thomas, Esq.
    Lacey, Mrs. Sarah
    Lane, Rev. Charles, M.A., Rectory
    Mansell, Sir John, Bart., Heath
    Randolph, Admiral Charles, Great Comp
    Vincent, Rev. Osmond Park, Woodlands House
    Verralls, Mr. George


    Ashdown John, baker and shopkeeper
    Ashdown, Henry, blacksmith, Boro Green
    Bellingham, Thomas, plumber and glazier
    Bennett, John, Spring Tavern, Neppiker
    Biggs, Jonathan, brewer and maltster
    Bird, Thomas, fruiterer, Heath
    Brigden, Joseph, ironmonger and blacksmith
    Brigden, Joseph, jun., fruiterer
    Bristow, Mrs. Anne, grocer and draper
    Burr, George, baker
    Brimstead, John Grove, Heath
    Carter, Jonathan, hop planter, Crouch
    Cheeseman, Samuel, farmer, Woodlands
    Collings, Thomas, registrar of births and deaths for Wrotham
    Constable, Stephen, boarding and day school, Platt
    Cosey, John, shopkeeper
    Cross, Thomas, shoemaker
    Crosshurst, Edward, farmer, Woodlands
    Douse, James, hairdresser
    Dutnall, Mrs. Hannah, toy dealer
    East, Charles, painter
    Fairchon, Robert, farmer
    Frost, Charles, farmer
    Flint, Thomas, farmer, Platt Farm .
    Fry, Thomas, miller, Comp Mill
    Geering, Adam, farmer, Woodlands
    Goldsmith, John, beer retailer, Platt
    Grant, Miss Hannah, boarding school, Fairseat
    Hills, William, baker, Platt
    Hodgskin, John, beer retailer, Platt
    Hoskin, Thomas, carpenter
    Holloway, James, farmer
    Hickson, William, farmer, Fairseat
    Jenkins, George, Rose and Crown
    Jessup, Richard, carpenter and wheelwright
    Jull, John, farmer
    Jull, Mrs. Sophia, farmer
    Jull, William, farmer
    Kent, John Cozens, surgeon
    Ledger, William, farmer, Ford
    Lexford, Robert, blacksmith, Heath
    Malyan, Henry, wheelwright, Boro Green
    Martin, Mrs. Ann, baker, Boro Green
    Martin, Daniel, shoemaker
    Miller, Henry, cooper
    Morgan, Thomas, excise officer
    Parker, Charles, surgeon
    Pollish, James, butcher
    Porter, Thomas, Neppiker
    Paine, Nimrod, Posting House, Bull Tap
    Ruttey, Samuel, farmer
    Roumiew, Charles, farmer
    Saxby, William, beer retailer, Heath
    Swift, John, tailor
    Semark, Mrs. Elizabeth, and Son, grocers and drapers, Boro Green
    Shelvey, Daniel, national school, Platt
    Shirley, William, hop planter
    Smart, Edward, farmer, Neppiker
    Smith, Richard, basket maker
    Spencer, John, butcher
    Spencer, Thomas, farmer, Park Farm
    Spencer, Henry, Bull Commercial Inn
    Spencer, Cooper, farmer, lime burner, and brickmaker
    Stiles, Henry, Bricklayers' Arms, Platt
    Summers, Henry, farmer
    Sperkes, James, carrier to Maidstone,
    Taylor, Mrs. Ann, Rising Sun, Woodlands
    Twort, Mrs Elizabeth, George Inn
    Tomlyn, John, builder and harness maker.
    Upton, Thomas, farmer
    Upton, John, carrier to Maidstone, Saturdays
    Usmar, Oliver, watch and clock maker
    Usher, Edward, Royal Oak, Heath
    Waghorn, William, butcher
    Waghorn, John, butcher
    Watson, Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Platt
    Whale, Peter, shoemaker
    Wateriow, Sydney, farmer, Fairseat
    Young, _, shopkeeper, Crouch
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