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Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

FAVERSHAM, anciently Fifersham, with Ospringe, Davington  and Preston ...

TRADERS in Faversham in 1858 Melvilles Directory by surname

A to I ; J to W

Jenkins, Ridley, grocer, West street
Johnson, Jethro, Shakespere Inn, West street
Johnson, Samuel George, solicitor, agent to Accidental Death Insurance Society, and to Anchor Fire and Life Office, West street
Jones, George, grocer, etc, Preston street
Jones, William, Ship Inn, Ospringe
Kemp, George, saddler and harness maker, Preston street
Kennett, Margaret, Swan Inn, Market street
Kickhouse, Thomas Walter, general ironmonger, Market street
Kite, William and Henry, farmers, Westwood court, Preston
Kingsnorth, Thomas, brickmaker,0springe road
Kirby, George and Henry, stonemasons, West street and at Preston street
Kirby, James, boot and shoe maker, Partridge lane
Knock, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Preston street
Knowles; Thomas, plumber, painter, etc. East street
Ladd, Frances arid Affra, fancy repository, West street
Laraman, William, tailor, East street
Laraman, Mrs, milliner and dressmaker, East street
Lightfoot, James, shrimp merchant, Abbey street
Lightfoot, John, shrimp merchant, Abbey street
Lightfoot, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, Abbey street
Long, David, boot & shoe maker, Ospringe
Longley, George, slate merchant, Preston street
Maile, William, Ospringe road, agent to the British Mutual Life Office, London, Indisputable Life Office, Professional Life Office,clerk to Union, and Secretary to Building Society
Martin, James, watchmaker, etc., Market place
Martin, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, Preston street
Martin, James, watchmaker, and agent to Australian Life Office, Market street
Marsh, Richard, brewer, French-horn beer shop, Preston street
Marsh, John, farmer, Ham, Preston
Matcham, John, farmer, Scooks Farm, Ospringe
Mayton, Mrs., plumber, painter, etc., West street
Mead, T. & F. & Co., wool staplers, Abbey street
Mercer, Thomas, blacksmith, Whitehill, Ospringe
Miller, Charles, parish clerk, Davington
Miskin, John, general dealer, Court street
Moore, John, baker, etc., Preston street
Munro, Edward, East Kent Railway Office, Ospringe
Mnrton, Henry, farmer, Ospringe
Murton, Mrs., farmer, Langdown Court Farm, Preston
Murton, William, grocer & tallow chandler
Kent Fire and Life Office, Preston street
Murton, George, farmer, Painter's Forstal, Ospringe
Neame, Charles, jun., farmer, Copton Manor House, Preston
Neame, Frederick, farmer, Macknade, Preston
Neame, Richard, farmer, Ewell
Neame, William, baker, Preston
Obrien, William, baker, Market street
Orpin, Francis Edward, builder, etc., Abbey street
Ottaway, Austen, tailor, etc., Ospringe
Packer, William, basket maker, Market place
Packer, James, grocer, etc., Ospringe
Packer, Edward, Lion Inn, licensed to let post horses, Ospringe
Packer, Austen, draper, etc., Court street
Packer, William, basket maker, Market place
Page, Henry Ambrose, cooper, and beer retailer, Preston street
Page, Richard, blacksmith, West street
Page and Shrubsole, builders and contractors, East street, and Preston street
Parker, Walter, boot and shoe maker, Court street
Parker, William, boot and shoe maker, agent for the National Freehold Land Society, County Fire Office, and Provident Life Office, Market St., & Court street
Parks, William, boot and shoe maker, Preston street
Patching, John, fellmonger, glove maker, etc., West street
Patching, William, fellmonger, etc., West street
Pawling, Joseph, Ship Hotel and Commercial Inn, West street
Payn, John, farmer, Ham Farm, Preston
Payn, Richard, coal merchant, Quay
Payne, George Thomas, builder, the Quays
Peel, Robert, boot and shoe maker, West street
Pollard, Isaac, boot and shoe maker, West street
Redman, Mark, builder, etc, Standard Quay
Rickwood, Hannah, Windmill Inn, Preston
Rickard, Thomas, Two Brewers' Inn, Quay
Rigden, William, brewer, Abbey street
Roberts, Thomas, general dealer, Quays
Rogers, Thomas, coach builder, Preston street
Rogers, John James, Crown and Anchor Inn, Preston street
Rogers, Thomas, Castle Inn, West street
Rogers, William, tailor, Market street
Rook, Henry J., bookseller and stationer, West street
Rook, George, bricklayer, Court street
Saxby, William, beer retailer and photographic artist, Tanner street
Semark, William, general ironmonger and gunsmith, Market street
Scones, Frances, straw bonnet maker, South lane
Sharp, John B., jun., general ironmonger, and agent to the Sun Fire and Life Office, Market place
Sharp, J. B., sen., postmaster and stamp distributor, Post-office
Sharp, John B., West street, secretary to the Gas Works, Flood lane
Sheepwash, John, pipe maker, Preston street
Sherwood,  John, silversmith and bookseller, Court street
Sherwood, Abraham, Anchor Inn and Posting House, Ospringe
Sherwood, Thomas, Phoenix Farm
Sherwood, William, veterinary surgeon, Preston street
Shrubsole, Samuel Mark, auctioneer, appraiser, & house agent; auctioneer by appointment to the Board of Admiralty, Surveyor, etc, West street
Shrubsole, Stephen, commission agent, and agent to the Albert Times Life, Fire, and Guarantee Society, and Plate Glass Company
Shrubsole, Lewis, plumber and painter, Court street
Shrubsole, Elizabeth, pawnbroker and clothier, East street
Sibon, Thomas, tobacconist, West street
Sibon, Thomas, greengrocer, West street
Skinner, Mrs., chimney sweeper, Tanner street
Smith, Charles, grocer, etc., Market street
Smith, John, registrar of births and deaths, Preston street
Smith, J. Cox, surgeon dentist, Market street
Smith, Charles, grocer and cheesemonger, Market street
Somerford, Caroline, fancy repository, Preston street
Spendiff, Charles, Crown Inn, Ospringe
Spillett, William, St. Ann's Cross Inn, Ospringe road
Spong, William, surgeon, Albion terrace
Stidolph, Henry, cabinet maker, etc., agent to the European Life Office, and Royal Naval and Military Life Office, Market street
Stone and Shepherd, timber merchants, Quay
Stone, Thomas, slate merchant, Quays
Stringer, Thomas, pork butcher, West street
Tassell, James, solicitor, registrar of County Courts, commissioner for taking
acknowledgments of deeds by married women, clerk to justices, commissioners of land, assessed, property and income-tax for the borough and upper division of lathe of Scray, to commissioners of pavements, commissioners of sewers, coroner, -treasurer of borough, treasurer
of public charities; agent to the Church of England Fire and Life Office, and Property Protection Society Taylor, Mr. George, Tanyard House, Tanner street
Taylor, John, farmer, Abbey street
Terry, William, ginger beer manufacturer, Faversham Arms,
Theobald, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, West street
Theobalds, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, West street
Tindal, Frederick, machinist and wireworker, Preston street
Topley, William, grocer, Ospringe road
Tucker, Mr. Charles, assistant overseer, Albion terrace
Usher, Francis, Fleur-de-lis Inn, Preston street
Waller, Mrs., Alfred House, Preston
Walter, John, farmer, Davington hill
Wanstall, Jacob, hairdresser and perfumer, Market street
Ware, Thomas, builder, West street
Ware, John, plumber, glazier, and painter, Market street
Warman, William, miller, Ospringe
Watson, Edwin, woolstapler, West street
Whiting, William, builder, etc, agent to the Imperial Fire and Life Office, Ospringe
Wickens, James, butcher, West street
Wildish, Isaac, farmer, Davington-hall Farm
Wildish, John, boot and shoe maker, Preston street
Wilks, Frederick, farmer, Brents, Preston
Wilks, Mr. John, Brents, Preston
Willson, George, tailor and outfitter, Market street
Wood, James, greengrocer, West street
Woolley, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Ospringe
Wraight, John, greengrocer, etc., West street
Wraight, George, baker, West street
Wraight, John, greengrocer, West street
Wright, Thomas, Three Tuns Inn, Tanner street
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