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BRASTED, or BRASTEAD, is a village and parish, four miles and a half west from
Sevenoaks, and one mile and a half east from Westerham. The population in 1851
was 1,137. The church of St. Martin is an ancient stone building. The living is
a rectory, in the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. William
Buckton Holland, M.A., is the incumbent. Here is a national school, also a
chapel for the Calvinists, of which Mr. George Moore is officiating minister.
POST-OFFICE. - William Adams, Post-master. Letters arrive through Sevenoaks.
The nearest, Money Order Office is at Westerham.
Creasey. Mr James
Faulkner. John Wilson, Esq.
Hancock, Sir Samuel, Bart
Holland, Bev. William B., M.A., Rectory
Mayers, Mrs. Frances
Moore, Mr. George, Calvinist minister
Solomon, Mrs Rachel
Taylor, Mr John
Thompson, Edward, Esq
Tipping, William, Esq.
Wells, Mr. William
Public Houses in Brasted