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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Wye, East Ashford, Ashford with Shepway

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    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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