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Wye, East Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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Public houses in Wye

WYE is a town, parish, and railway station, 72 miles from London, five N.E.
from Ashford Union, East Kent. The town is pleasantly situated in the fertile vale of
the Stour, which stream passes through here on its way to Canterbury. The population was, in 1851, 1,095. The church of Saint Gregory and Saint Martin, in its original state, was a large and handsome structure, and was erected by Cardinal Kempe. In the neighbourhood are Wye Court, Spring Grove, Withersden, Cold Harbour, Welmington, Ollantigh, Marriage, Hermitage:, and Pickersden.

POST-OFFICE - John Ottaway, Receiver. Money Orders are granted and received at this office

Amos, Mr. John
Amos, Mrs. Sarah
Back, Robert Cook, Esq.
Bingly, Mrs.
Burch, Mr. Thomas
Davis, Captain Arthur
Ford, Stephen Daniel, Esq.
Grenows, Mrs. Carstine
Hall, John, Esq.
Jenyns, Charles, Esq., Spring Grove
Otwant, Rev. Edward.Master of Wye College
Quested, Miss
Rice, Rev. John Marland, B.E.D., and Chaplain to the Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles
Sawbridge, Mrs.
Scudamore, Mr. Henry
Tibbs, Mrs. Eleanor
Wildish, Miss Elizabeth


Adams, Miss Charlotte, dressmaker
Aldwin, Mrs. Elizabeth, school
Allen, John, bricklayer
Amos, George, solicitor
Andrews, Henry, coal merchant and preparer of chalk
Banks, John, beer retailer
Beaney, Thomas, brewer and maltster
Belts, John, King's Head Inn
Burch, Charles, farmer
Butcher, William, Old Flying Horse
Clarabot, John Giles, draper
Clifford, Oliver, wheelwright
Clifford, William, grocer
Cummins, Misses Emma and Ruth, school
Cross, George, tailor
Dixon, John East, surgeon
Epps, Mrs. Sarah, tailoress
Foreman, John, carrier
Gage and Masterman, coal merchants
Gibbs, Edmund, farmer, Marriage Farm
Greenstreet, James, beer retailer
Greenstreet, George, carrier
Hawkins, George, farmer
Hawkins, James, blacksmith
Hawkins, Stephen, farmer, Hermitage
Haycock, William, blacksmith
Hayward, John, miller
Head, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Herring, Abraham, painter, plumber, and glazier
Herring, Samuel, painter and glazier
Hills, Henry, butcher
Hopkins, John, Victoria
Howard, Daniel, chairmaker and turner
Huckster, Charles, hairdresser
Hulse, John, farmer, Image farm
Jenner, John, shopkeeper
Kemp, Edward, Higgler, Narcott
Kennett, James, Flying Horse
Kennett, Richard, farmer
Kennett, Thomas, miller and grazier
Kingsland, David, farmer, Pot street
Ladd, John, wheelwright
Lepper, Williams plumber and glazier
Lepper, Henry, grocer
Lusted, Joseph, draper and grocer
Mills, Robert, grocer
Merrison, John, tailor and draper
Mummery, Mrs. Catherine, baker
Marsh, Misses, boarding school
Nickalls, William, farmer
Ottaway, John, saddler and harness maker, and post-office
Payne, William, millwright
Pilcher, John, builder
Price, Daniel, watch and clock cleaner
Price, James, builder
Quin, William, tailor
Rains, George, baker and butcher
Rayner, Robert, fruiterer
Reynolds, William, boot and shoe maker
Roberts, Lyons, surgeon
Ryall, John, builder
Rolfe and Son, tile makers, Plumton Farm, Narcott
Sims, Mrs. Mary, milliner and dressmaker
Slaughter, Richard, boot and shoe maker
Steddy, Daniel, builder
Sutton, Frederick, farmer
Sutton, William, farmer
Swain, Abraham, grazier and baker
Swain, Basil, baker
Tassell, William, farmer, Cold-harbour Farm
Terry, Stephen, nurseryman
Terry, Thomas, gardener
Terry, William Boys, farmer
Tookey, Samuel, dyer
Vidgeon, Miss Elizabeth, school
Whitehead, Stephen, farmer, Pickersdean
Wigley, John, basket maker
Willis, George, whiting manufacturer
Wildash, John and Campbell, surgeons

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