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Public houses in Nettlestead
Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.
NETTLESTEAD is a parish and village, seven miles S.W. from Maidstone, and about one mile from Wateringbury station. The population in 1851 was 461 The church is, dedicated to St. Mary, and is a neat structure. The living is a rectory, with Teston united; and incumbency of the Hon. and Rev. P. J. Noel. Borough's Oak is one mile and a half south, and Hale Street two miles south.
Letters received through Wateringbury. The nearest Money Order Office is at Hadlow.
Cobb, Rev. William Francis, M.A., Nettlestead Court.
Allen, Robert, farmer
Ball, Henry, basket maker
Blunder), William, shopkeeper
Bush, William, shoemaker
Gibbs, Charles, farmer
Gilbert, William, beer retailer
Pointer, James, beer retailer
Shepherd, John, blacksmith
Shepherd, Lewis, farmer
Streeter, James, beer retailer
White, Alfred, farmer, Court Lodge
Woolley, Benjamin, Kent Arms