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Sittingbourne, Milton and District Directory - 1926

Extracts for Lynsted with Kingsdown (& Milsted)
(Thanks go to Frank Champion for access to this Directory, transcription by Nigel Heriz-Smith)

1. Telephone Lines (Teynham and Lynsted Exchange).
2. Telephone Lines (Milsted and Kingsdown)
3. Greenstreet - North and South Sides
4. Cellar Hill from Greenstreet through Cambridge Lane to Lynsted Lane
5. Lynsted Lane - The Street (Lynsted Village) - Doddington Road
6. Doddington Road through Erriot Wood (to Kingsdown Road)
7. Ludgate Lane (from Lynsted Street) to Erriotwood Road and Kingsdown Road
8. The hamlets of Nouds & Tickham also Bumpit Lane (from Bogle)
9. Kingsdown
10. Milsted

Telephone Lines for Teynham and Lynsted Exchange

27 Ashdown, A., fruit and potato buyer, 19, Conyer, Teynham
20 Birch, E.J., Commander, R.N., Radfield, Bapchild
14y4 Brooker, A., The Plough, Lewson Street
13x2 Browne, Major-General, G.F., C.B., D.S.O., Dadmans, Lynsted
37 Crafter & Cheeseman, haulage contractors, Conyer
24 Eacott, R.G., dispensing chemist, The Pharmacy, Greenstreet
7 Eastwoods Ltd., brickmakers, Conyer Brickfield
13x1 Erskine, D.W., Erriott Wood House
13y4 Farmer, W.R., farmer, Kingsdown Street
17 Ferrell & Baker, Swan Garage
6 French, Mrs. James, Newhouse
2 French, W. & Sons, grocer, etc., Barrow Green
13y3 Goodhew, Ashley, Farmer, Down Court Farm, Doddington
13x4 Goodhew, G., farmer, Great Higham Farm
26 Holley, George, grocer, etc., Post Office, Lynsted
3 Honeyball, Mrs. J.H., Newgardens
31 Howard, Mrs. J.H., Norton Rectory
29 Hunt’s Stores, Greenstreet
13y1 Jarvis, Henry A., grocer, etc., Post Office, Doddington
13x6 Kelly, Lieut.-Colonel E.H., Post Office, Doddington
13x3 Kent, Rev. R.A., Doddington Vicarage
21 Laurence, Lieut.-Colonel G.C.R., The Grange
26 Lynsted Post Office
32 MacMichael, The Hon. Mrs., Walpole Grange
14x1 Manson, Mrs, Mrs. J., World’s End, Lucerne Street, Teynham
30 McDougall, Mrs. Herbert, Provender, Norton
8 Mercer, Arthur., Norton Court
4 Mid Kent Water Co., District Office
41 Moor, Donald J., market gardener
13x5 National Children’s Home, Doddington
38 Newell, Rev. L.B.C., The Vicarage
11 Norton Orchards, Ltd., fruit growers, Tickham Farm
16 Oyler, A., Teynham Engineering Co., Claxfield
12 Oyler, Potter, Malt House, Lynsted
10 Oyler, W., farmer, Loyterton Farm, Lynsted
40 Parkhill, S.M., basket merchant, Teynham
1 Post Office, Teynham
35 Police (County), The Street
15 Ray, W. & Co., nurserymen and florists, Mount Pleasant.
1 Read & Son., grocers, etc., Post Office, Teynham
9 Rye, William, automobile engineer, Teynham
13y6 Sargent, G., (The Chequers Inn), Doddington
39 Selby, Dr. P.G., Beaugill, Lynsted
5 Selby & Henderson, Drs., The Surgery
19 Smith, Mrs., Berkley House, Lynsted
42 Smith, E.R., Deerton Street
33 Skelton, Rev. S.E.L., Lynsted Vicarage
42 Smith, E.R. farmer & dealer, Deerton Street Farm
14y1 Smith, William, farmer & fruit grower, Collier Farm, Lynsted
25 Southern Railway Co., Teynham Station
13y5 Spicer, E., builder, Lynsted Street
14x2 Strouts, J., Lewson Street
14x3 Streatfield, W. & Sons, farmers, Myrtle House
28 Thomas, John, farmer and fruitgrower, Nouds Farm
36 Thomas, Walter S., Mount House
13y2 Veitch, W., farmer, Palace Farm, Doddington
14y2 Vincer, H.H., Sharsted Estate Office, Little Sharsted
18 Wilkins, E.W., butcher, Greeenstreet

Telephone Lines for Milsted and Kingsdown

25 Ashlin, Miss M.G., Yokes Court, Manor Road
14 Barnes-Gorell, T.A.R., Manor Farm, Wormshill
20 Bean, A., farmer, Little Higham
33 Bensted, F.H., Woodstock Farm, Tunstall
19Y Browne, Rev. G.J., Frinsted Rectory
15 Carter, Colonel A.H., C.M.G., The Cottage
6 Charlton, Mrs. Mary, Grove Cottage, Frinsted
18 Cooper, R., Milsted
12x Dean, G.H., & Co. Ltd., Newbury Farm
11 Denny, M.S., Madams Court, Frinsted
1 Doughty, M.J., Post Office
14 Dunbar, J.W., Manor Court, Wormshill
5 Eadon, G.A., Torry Hill Lodge
4 Elvy, B., Hollybushes
23 Gardner, S., Rawling Street
26 Gardner, W., Yokes Court
13 Greenslade, Robert, Warren Cottage, Coal Pit Lane
28 Holmden, James, Mincing Wood
21 Hooker, W., Finches Farm
7 Julian, Mrs. M.B., Milsted Old Rectory
8 Kirby, Miss. A., Penfield House
19x Kite, F., (Bailiff), Copes Farm, Frinsted
24 Knight, T., Hill House, Cheney House, Cheney Hill
29 Leigh Pemberton, Mrs. W., Wrinsted Court
32 Nash, S.H., Street Farm House, Wormshill
17 Norton, Mrs. M.A., Wychling House, Doddington
16 Pascoe, Louis, Park Farm House, Frinsted
2 Pemberton, Douglas Leigh, Torry Hill
31 Police (County), The Street, Frinsted
12Y Standen, T., & Sons, farmers, Pitstock Farm, Rodmersham
22 Taylor-Jones, Rev. E.W., rector, Kingsdown Rectory
10 Tylden, Capt. J.R., Milsted Manor
3 Vallance, H.A. Cheney Hill
9 Wakelam, G.W., Rose Cottage, Frinsted

Greenstreet, from London Road (East)

NORTH SIDE

WHITEHALL:
Trigg, Mrs. Charlotte
Trigg, Hubert Ernest
FILMERS COTTAGE
Gladwell, George Charles
Hopkins, Mrs. Elizabeth
BRUSON COTTAGE:
Hales, George William
Dr. Selby’s surgery
Selby, Dr. Prideaux George (Bruson)
(Tele. No.: Teynham 5)
St. Andrew’s Church: Rev. L. B. C. Newell, M.A., vicar
Shilling, Mrs. Frances Rebecca
Wildash, Charles Frederick, jun.
Champ, Frederick John
Tumber, Walter Richard
Thomas, Frank Morley, farmer (Hill House)
CASTLE HILL COTTAGES:
10 Rickwood, Walter
9 Amos, John William Thomas
8 Moore, Edward Percy
7 Rickwood, Arthur
6 Lee, Ernest Vincent
5 Hawkins, Thomas
4 Cherrison, Robert
3 Francis, Edward Footner
2 Gates, William
1 Tumber, William
MOUNT PLEASANT:
Sattin, George
Sattin, Mrs. Sarah
Nye, Mrs. Mary Ann
Lucas, John
Bruce, Edgar
Ford, Frederick John
Friday, Charles Henry
Baker, George
Bridgeland, Ernest Charles
Ray, William Llewellyn
Ray, W. & Co., nurserymen and florists (MountC G Lawlrence Greenstreet
Pleasant Nurseries) (Tele. No., Teynham 15)
Ray, William George, senior
Trigg, William, house decorator, coachbuilder, etc.
Hadlow, Mrs. Alice
Stowers, Phyllis
Rye, William, motor and cycle engineer
(Tele. No.: Teynham 9)

------ Here is Station Road ------

Palmer, Edward James, fried fish merchant
Palmer, Ernest
White, Charles Alfred
Smith, Thomas William
Page, James Henry
Post, James Richard, chimney sweep and hairdresser
Philpott, Mrs. Maria
Gambell, Charles Herbert, baker and confectioner
Probert, Charles
Smith, Miss Margaret. Fancy needlework and wool
depot
Wood, Frederick William (Vine Cottage)
Wood, Percy John, boot and shoe repairer
Johnson, William George
Jarrett, Jesse
Wratten, Thomas
Probert, Charles
Hills, Charles, hairdresser
Read & Son, grocers and provision merchants and
stationers. (Tele. No.: Teynham 1)
Teynham Post Office: John Stanley Read, sub-postmaster (Tele. No.: 1)
Eacott, Robert Gilbert, pharmacist (Tele. No.: Teynham 24)
Eacott, Robert Gilbert, pharmacist (Tele. No.: Teynham 24)
Whittle, Robert Albert, draper, outfitter, and house furnisher
Greenstreet Co-operative Society: grocers, drapers, butchers, bakers, coal merchants, etcCooperative
CO-OPERATIVE COTTAGES:
Godfrey, Mrs. Lucy Maud
Barnes, Richard
Greenstreet Co-operative Stores Confectionery Department
George, Messrs. S. & G., builders, contractors, timber merchants, and undertakers
Ray, George Winterton
Watts, Arthur Hedley, boot merchant and leather seller
THE LAURELS:
Wigg, Mrs. Harriett Jane
Court, Frederick Rogers, tax collector
Hunt’s Stores (Messrs. W. And G. W. Hunt), grocers, drapers, and hardware merchants
Hunt, William
Hunt, George William
Wesleyan Church
Jarrett, Edward
Kimber, Frederick Stephen Goldfinch
Dive, Walter Ernest
Freeman, Jonathan
Thomas, Walter Stanley (Roselea)
Wildash, Percy Edmund, builder & contractor (Melrose)
WILDASH COTTAGES:
Gambell, George
Godfrey, Henry
Wildash, Archibald Leonard
Wildash, Miss Ellen Keturah
Wildash, Charles Frederick, sen.
ELIZABETH COTTAGES:
Bray, Alfred Henry
Cheeseman, Daniel George
ROYAL COTTAGES:
Wildish, William
Parks, William
Parham, Miss Elizabeth Caroline
Parks, William
Rye, William, motor garage
Coombs, Nurse H., district nurse
Clark, Henry
Harris, Sidney Frank
Hughes, Charles
Woodfine, John Charles
Hubbard, Jesse
Fox Inn: Walter Broad

----- Here is Frognal Lane -----
---Continuation is Claxfield, Bapchild

Greenstreet, from London Road, Norton

SOUTH SIDE

Lees, Mrs. Julia Ann (The Walnuts)
---- Here is Cellar Hill ----
Peene, William
Nye, Reginald Edward
Peene, William, shoeing and general smith
Ray, Miss Annie Sophia
Clark, Mrs. Florence
Thomas, Walter (Mount House)
HILL VIEW
Hales, Mrs. Emma
Clements, Charles (Alfred house)
Harvey, Thomas
Sattin, John
Laurence, Lieut.-Col. Gerald Cotton Raynes (The Grange)
Dover Castle Inn: Ralph John Seager
Seager, Miss Ethel Mary (Dover Castle Inn)
Gilbert, Abraham
Baker, Bert Leopold Alexander, shop-keeper
FILMER’s COTTAGES:
Oven, Alfred Edgar
Mills, William
Pope, Charles Henry, shopkeeper
Spicer, Frank, Inspector Mid-Kent Water Company (Tele. No.: Teynham 4)
Watts, Henry James, plumber and decorator
Macklin, Mrs Lizzy
LIME COTTAGES:
Phipps, Harry
Jordan, Alfred
Lee, Edward
Bolt, Charles Hawkins (The Cottage)
Wilkins, Ernest Walter, butcher (Tele. No.: Teynham 18)
WILKINS COTTAGES:
Fryer, Thomas George
Radley, Henry Charles
Hubbard, John
Jarrett, Louis
Kite, John
Court, Frederick Rogers, tailor and outfitterCarrier_Greenstreet
Gage, Benjamin
Carrier, Henry Julius
Pilcher, Miss Eliza, shopkeeper
Clark, Mrs. Francis
Woodfine, Thomas William, wood merchant
Woodfine, Mrs. Sarah Ann, wardrobe dealer
Carrier, Mrs. E., stationer and newsagent
NEWHOUSE FARM COTTAGES:
Carrier, Raymond Frederick
Randle, John
NEWHOUSE FARM:
French, Mrs. Jane, farmer and fruit grower. (Tele. No.:
Teynham 6)
George, Richard Wood
Carrier, Jesse, watchmaker & jeweller

----- Here is Lynsted Lane -----

George Inn: Edward James Palmer
Fire Station: Teynham and Lynsted Fire Brigade (Tele. No.: 4)
Kemsley, George Ernest, shopkeeper
Ferrell & Baker, motor and cycle engineers (Swan Garage)Ferrell and Baker
Swan Inn: James William Branchett
Filmer, Frank Blackman, butcher
Greenstreet Co-operative Society’s boot repairing depot
Maidment, Charles Samuel, watchmaker and jeweller
Hunt & Son, Messrs., hardware stores
Packham, George Henry
Thomsett, William Henry, fish merchant and shopkeeper
Kemsley, John R., boot repairer
Luckhurst, Mrs.
Wiles, George
Christmas, Mrs. (Sunnyside)
WANSTALLS:
Mount, William
Cox, James
Turner,, John
Hales, Alfred, plumber and decorator (Evergreens)
Ashbee, Charles Henry (Laurel Villa)
Whittle, R. A., house furnisher
Packman, Edward
Spencer, Walter
WANSTALLS:
Sherwood, Frederick James
Gould, George William
Gould, Mrs. Alice Emily Letitia, butcher and grocer
Cornwell, George
Butler, John
Jupp, James
Gambell, David
Gambell, Sidney William
Jemmett, Mrs. Rose Elizabeth
Gambell, Alfred
Kemp, William Ernest, saddler and harness-maker
Stanley, Arthur (Ivy Cottage)
Henderson, Dr. James Porter (The Hollies)
CHAMPION COTTAGES:
1 Smith, John
2 Holloway, John Alfred
3 Empty
4 Coveney, Daniel Walter
5 Filmer, Ernest Reginald
Bray, Albert (Matilda Cottage)
Lawrence, Charlie George, butcher
Wise, George
Stevens, Alfred John (Norfolk Cottage)
Gilham, Alfred
Smith, Frederick
Belsom, Henry John
Lacey, William Henry
HARCOURT VILLAS:
Wakelen, George Bertram
Dack, Mrs. Henrietta

.........{public path south to Lynsted Village}

Roberts, William (Lynsted House)
Lamb, John Richard
Watson, Frank Reuben
Salvation Army Hall
Everard, George
Clements, William
Greenstreet Co-operative Society’s butchery department
Hopper, Alfred
ALBION PLACE
1 Court, Mrs. Elizabeth
2 Webb, John Frederick
2 Sharpe, Harold James William
3 Nicholls, Alfred James
4 Homewood, John Charles
5 Nicholls, Alfred Edward, shopkeeper
6 Hollands, Charles Thomas
7 Belsom, Henry
8 Brown, James Edward
ROSE COTTAGES:
9 Franklin, Joseph
10 Clinch, Benjamin
10 Ellis, Edward John
ISANDULU COTTAGES
11 Randle, Mrs. Maria
12 Bird, Mrs. Harriett Ann
LILY COTTAGES
Maybourne, William George
Burton, Charles Archibald
WEST END:
Day, Thomas
Adams, George
Packman, Edward William
Beer, Mrs. Emma Francis
Dixon, Harry
Edwards, George William
Wimhurst, Thomas Edward
Smith, Frederick
Jones, John
Lyons, Mrs. Selina
Lyons, George
Dennis, Mrs. Harriett
Cleveland, Albert
Pritchard, James William
Johnson, Richard Daniel
Carlton, Mrs. Anna
DEVON VILLAS:
1 Dives, Walter
1 Back, Albert
2 Rickwood, Samuel
3 Bensted, Harry, sen.
3 Bensted, Harry, jun.
4 Hancock, Mrs. Alice
4 Ferrell, Arthur Leopold
Curry, Harry Walter (Ebenezer house)
SHEPPY COTTAGES:
Culver, Edward
Culver, Mrs. Emma
Culver, Mrs. Bertha Eliza
CLAXFIELD HOUSES:
5 Wiles, Mrs.
3 Wiles, Mrs. Annie Elizabeth

----- Here is Mill Lane -----

CLAXFIELD HOUSE:
Millen, Edward Charles, fruit-grower
Hooker, Mrs. Annie Ellen
Hooker, Frederick Thomas

---continuation is Claxfield, Bapchild.---

Mill Lane, from Greenstreet

WEST SIDE
Oyler, Potter George, farmer (Claxfield Farm)
CLAXFIELD FARM COTTAGES:
Snashall, Richard Henry
Lintott, Thomas
Rogers, William (Mill Cottage)
JEFFRIES:
Hadlow, Terry, fruit-grower
Parkhouse, James
SUNDRIES FARM:
Empty
Reed, Edward
Carter, Charles (Batteries Cottage)
----- Here is road to Wood Street and Dully, Bapchild
NORTH SIDE
Mercer,Robert Montague, farmer and fruit-grower (The Batteries)

--Here is Lynsted Lane
--- continuation is The Street --

Cellar Hill from Greenstreet through Cambridge Lane to Lynsted Lane

Cellar Hill - WEST SIDE.
Handford, Reginald
CELLAR HILL COTTAGES:
1 Tumber, Walter Thomas
2 Friday, Edward Charles
3 Sattin, George Livett
4 Cook, Alfred George
5 Coveney, Daniel
6 Weaver, James
7 Kadwill, Joseph
8 Hammond, Mrs. Sarah
CELLAR HILL HOUSE
Dalton, Philip, farmer and fruit grower
Wright, Mrs. Mary Sarah
Baldock, William
Baldock, Mrs. Alice
Cellar Hill - EAST SIDE.
Gates,John
Back, Frederick
Bradford, William
Goodwin, John Robert, dairy farmer and gruit grower (Cellar Hill Farm)
Care, William
Dalton, Frederick Wiles, fruit grower
CHERRY GARDENS:
Rand, John, fruit grower
Wood, George

......Continuation is Cambridge Lane...

Potter, Arthur (Bungalow)
Dixon, Bridges Roper (Cambridge House)
Nankivell, James Thomas (Cambridge Cottage)

......Continuation is Lynsted Lane

Lynsted Lane from Greenstreet through to The Street (Lynsted Village)

Lynsted Lane - WEST SIDE
Macey, George Edwin
Roper, Sidney
Booker, Mrs. Sarah
Scott, James Austin
Butler, Mrs. Elizabeth Anne
Lavars, William Alfred (Rose House)
Day, Richard (Pleasant View)
Wesleyan Sunday School
OXFORD HOUSES:
Carrier, Frederick
Brett, Allen
SCHOOL HOUSES:
Sharp, Mrs
Cleaver, Robert
Wood, William Amos
HOLLY BANK
Wigg, Thomas
Pilcher, Arthur William
George, George Wood (Orchard House)
Lynsted Lane - EAST SIDE
FIR TREE COTTAGES:
Parker, John
Richards, John Henry (The Bungalow)
Lynsted Lane - WEST SIDE
Pilcher, John, farmer (Vigo Farm)
Lynsted Lane - EAST SIDE

----- Here is Cambridge Lane -----

Oyler, Potter George, farmer and fruit-grower (Malthouse) (Telephone No.: Teynham 12)
POND COTTAGES, BOGLE:
Baker, Alfred
Leeds, William
----- Here is Bumpit Lane -----
Empty (Bogle Farm)
Lynsted Lane - WEST SIDE

................................{Here is path to Mill Lane}

BOGLE COTTAGES:
Kemp, Mrs. Emma
Andrews, James
Nicholls, Charles Edward
Hollands, Charles
Norman, Edward James
Lynsted Lane - SOUTH SIDE
Council Schools: Percy Sykes, headmaster
Sykes, Percy (School House)
Lynsted Lane - NORTH SIDE
Smith, Mrs. Charlotte, farmer and fruit grower (Berkeley House) (Tele. No.: Teynham 13Y1)

----- Here is Mill Lane -----
-----Continuation is The Street -----

Bumpit Lane, from Bogle, Lynsted Lane
NORTH SIDE
FLORENCE COTTAGES:
Ruck, Edward
Munns, Richard
Larkins, Albert Ernest
SOUTH SIDE

--- Here is Lane leading to Doddington Road (West) and Tickham and Loyterton (East) ---

BUMPIT COTTAGES:
Underhill, William
Worsley, Frederick
Johncock, John
TENACRE (BUMPIT) FARM
Maxted, Frank Keith, farmer and fruit grower
Dalton, Frederick, bailiff

----- Here is Nouds Lane ----
...... Continuation is Lower Tickham Lane .....

Ludgate Road, from The Street to Erriotwood Road (and Kingsdown Road)

Ludgate Road, from the Street. NORTH SIDE
Smith, Francis Albert (Heathfield house)
CHURCH COTTAGES:
Smith, John Henry
Smith, Herbert
Rainer, George
Seagers, James Caleb Charles John (Manoah Cottage)
JAPONICA HOUSE:
Judges, Mrs. Rhoda
Rainer, George, Junr.
Ludgate Road, from the Street. NORTH SIDE
Day, Robert
Whitebread, Jack
Hughes, Mrs. Kate
Gambrill, Joseph
Loudwell, Wallace
WEST SIDE
Mount, Clayton, fruit-grower (Whitehall)
LUDGATE ROAD COTTAGES:
Packham, Granville
Marsh, Thomas

---------- Here is Erriott Wood Road -----------

The Street (Lynsted Village), from Lynsted Lane to Doddington Road

The Street - EAST SIDE
Skelton, Rev. Spencer Ernest Linning, M.A. (The Vicarage) (Tele. No.: Teynham 33)
VICARAGE COTTAGES:
Gambrill, Mrs. Jane Annie
Ruck, Charles Edward
OLD SCHOOL HOUSE
Wildash, Herbert Leopold
Jordan, Henry Thomas
Spicer, Edwin George, builder, contractor, & undertaker (Hillside). (Tele. No.: Teynham 13Y5)
Harris, Mrs. Amy Eliza
Rowe, Percy
Busbridge, Charles Robert, farrier & general smith
Busbridge, Miss Frances Catherine, shopkeeper
HOPE VILLA:
Ackermann, Thomas Lumbly
Ackermann, Miss Annie Lordon Grace
Pay, Henry, dairyman (Ivy Cottage)
AYMERS LODGE:
White, William
Clapson, Frederick
Empty (Aymers)

----- Here is Road to Loyterton and Tickham -----

The Street - WEST SIDE
Lynsted Cemetery
Black Lion Inn: Samuel Edward Taylor
Taylor, Robert Charles, carpenter and ladder maker
The Parish Church: Rev. Spencer Ernest Linning Skelton, M.A., vicar

<----- Here is Ludgate Road -----

ANCHOR HOUSE:
Taylor, Robert
Petts, Frederick, carpenter and ladder maker
Post Office: George Holley, sub-post-master
Holley, George, shopkeeper (Tele. No.: Teynham 26)
Busbridge, Robert Charles
LYNSTED COURT:
1 Lee, Ernest
2 Mills, George Henry
3 Empty
4 Smith, Norman Morton, farmer
5 Wilkins, Leslie

-----Continuation is Doddington Road ----

Doddington Road, from The Street through Erriotwood to Kingsdown Road

Doddington Road - EAST SIDE
Smith,Arthur, farmer, Lynsted Park Farm
Cuff, John (The Lodge)
Hollands, Wilfred Roper Lumley (Lynsted Lodge)
Porter, Herbert (Rose Cottage)
Doddington Road - WEST SIDE
DADMANS:
Browne, Major-General George Fitzherbert
Godfrey, Edward
Bootes,George Henry (Yew Tree Cottage)
Doddington Road - EAST SIDE
Smith, William, farmer (Collyer’s Farm)
COLLYER’S FARM COTTAGES:
Johnson, Henry
Day, Arthur
CHRISTOPHER’S ROW
Russell, William Edward
Wildman, John
Macey, Charles
Bootes, Edward John Augustus
Jarrett, George Henry
Day, Henry, senior

--- Here is Road to Sharsted and Newnham ---

Doddington Road - WEST SIDE

--- Here is Erriott Wood Road ---
(Continuation is Road to Doddington)

Erriott Wood Road - SOUTH SIDE

Erskine, David Wingfield (Erriott Wood House) (Tel. No.: Teynham 13x1)
Smith, Charles (Holly Tree Cottage)
Smith, Arthur George
Erriott Wood Road - NORTH SIDE
Hosgood, John Travers (St. Christophers)’
THE GREYS:
Court, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth
Court, William, farmer
Golding, Albert (Greys Cottage)
Smith, Frederick, farmer and fruit grower
Foxhunters’ Inn: Henry Batt
Hall, James Edward (Foxhunters Cottage)
Erriott Wood Road - SOUTH SIDE
BONDS COTTAGES:
Packham, Robert Morse, threshing tackle proprietor
Champion, Mrs. Sarah Ann
Wilkins, Ebenezer Charles
Smith, Harry
Erriott Wood Road - NORTH SIDE

---- Here is Ludgate Road ---
--Continuation is Kingsdown Street --

Nouds Lane, from Norton Road, Norton

WEST SIDE
MONKS FARM:
Bray, Robert Alexander
Payne, James Henry

Nouds Lane, from Faversham Road

EAST SIDE
MOSS HOUSE:
Oxford, Edward Henry
Smith, Albert Lisby
WEST SIDE
MacMichael, Hon. Mrs. Sophia Caroline (Walpole Grange)
NOUDS FARM COTTAGES:
Clapp, John Henry William
Hicks, Richard
Empty
EAST SIDE
Thomas, John, farmer and fruit-grower (Nouds Farm)

--------here is Lower Tickham Lane -----

WEST SIDE
Parkhill, Samson M. (Oasthouse)

-------- here is Bumpit Lane -----

Lower Tickham Road, from Nouds Lane.

NORTH SIDE
Hodges, William Henry
White, Edward James
Holden, David
SOUTH SIDE
Kendall, George
Holden, William Richard
TICKHAM FARM:
Norton Orchards, Ltd., farmers and fruit growers
Philpott, George, Bailiff
Here is road to Norton Road, Norton, and Lewson Street, Teynham
... Continuation is Upper Tickham Road

Upper Tickham Road, from Lower Tickham Road

EAST SIDE
UPPER TICKHAM COTTAGES:
Handford, Thomas
Linkins, Frederick
Andrews, John Ambrose
Holden, William
Wood, Charles Edward
Hawkins, William
LOYTERTON FARM:
Oyler, William, farmer and fruit grower
Kemp, Percy, bailiff (Mill House)
WEST SIDE
..... here is road to Doddington and Sharsted Park

Kingsdown

Blue Town, from Mincing Wood
BLUE TOWN COTTAGES:
Gardiner, Mrs. Martha
Shipley, William George
----- here is Kingsdown Road (East)-----
----- here is Doddington Road (West)----
.... continuation is Torry Hill Road ....

Church Road, from Doddington Road
Parish Church: Rev. E.W.T. Taylor-Jones, rector
Taylor-Jones, Rev. Edward William Tetley. M.A. (The Rectory)
CHURCH COTTAGES
Spicer, William Edward
Paige, William Thomas
----- continuation is road to Kingsdown Street -----

Dungate, from Dungate, Rodmersham
Spicer, James, farmer (Dungate Farm)
----- continuation is road to Kingsdown Street -----

Kingsdown Road, from Rawling Street, Milsted
KINGSDOWN WOOD COTTAGES
Champ, Horace
Champ, Mrs. Mary Ann
.....Here is Blue Town .....
-----continuation is Doddington Road, Milsted -----

Kingsdown Street, from Dungate
SOUTH SIDE
Farmer, William Reginald, farmer and fruit grower (Hole Street Farm) Tele. Teynham 13Y4
.... here is road to Church Road ....
STREET FARM
Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth
Bailey, Samuel

NORTH SIDE
Russell, William
Russell, Miss Alice
.... continuation is Erriott Wood Road, Lynsted ....

Mincing Wood, from Road leading from Dungate and Rodmersham.
WEST SIDE
Homden, James (Keeper’s Cottage)
.. continuation is Blue Town (Kingsdown) and Milsted

Milsted

Blue Town, from Kingsdown Road
SOUTH SIDE
BLUE TOWN COTTAGES:
Kennard, Thomas Jesse
Foster, William
Gisby, William
Smith, Walter
Sage, Henry
Knight, Thomas
...continuation is Doddington Road...

Broad Oak Road, from Bottom Pond Road
HILLSIDE COTTAGES:
Garrison, Leonard
Millington, George
BROADOAK FARM:
Goodhew, George, farmer
Tolhurst, Henry Walton (Broadoak Orchard)

Doddington Road, from Blue Town
SOUTH SIDE
GREAT HIGHAM FARM COTTAGES:
Baker, Alfred
Sage, William Thomas
Banner, William, farmer and fruit-grower (Great Higham Farm) Tele. Teynham 13x4
....continuation is Down Court Road, Doddington...

Frinsted Road, from the Street
WEST SIDE
NEW COTTAGES:
Kennard, Ernest
Waters, Albert
Hooker, William, farmer and fruit-grower (Finches Farm)
EAST SIDE
Allardyce, Mrs. Charlotte (Clare Cottage)
.... here is School Lane ...
.... continuation is Frinsted ....

Gossey Hill, from Bottom Pond, Wormshill
GOSSEY HILL FARM:
Sedge, William, farmer

Hollybushes Lane, from Manor Lane
Elvy, Benjamin, farmer and dairyman (Holly-bushes House) Tele. Milstead 4
POND FIELD:
Howard, John
Kennard, William Read
HOLLYBUSHES COTTAGES:
Foster, George
Gibson, Edward
Kennard, Albert
White, Mrs. Helen

Horn Hill Lane, from the Street
SOUTH SIDE
OLD RECTORY COTTAGES:
Excell, Archie
Doughty, James Henry

Kingsdown Road, from Rawling Street
Smith, Mrs. Annie (Pond Lees)
.... continuation is Blue Town...

Manor Lane, from the Street
NORTH SIDE
Cooper, Richard, farmer and fruit-grower (Manor Farm)
.... continuation is Road to Holly Bushes ....

Rawling Street, from Rawling Street, Rodmersham
WEST SIDE
Red Lion Inn: Albert John Fullagar
Milner, Leonard (Lion Cottage)
RED LION FARM:
Kirby, Edwin
Apps, Edwin
.... here is Road to Broadoak ...
EAST SIDE
... here is Kingsdown Road ...
.... continuation is the Street ...
(for other part of Rawling Street see Rodmersham)

School Lane, from Frinsted Road
Milsted and Frinsted Schools: Headmistress: Miss Elizabeth Roberts
Roberts, Miss Elizabeth (Schoolhouse)
POTMAN’S WOOD:
Cooper, Miss Minnie
Sage, James

The Street, from Rawling Lane
EAST SIDE
Brown, Albert James (Rose Cottage or Punnett’s)
.... here is Manor Lane ...
Tylden, Capt. James Richard (Milsted Manor)
WEST SIDE
Parish Room
.... here is Horn Hill Lane ...

Julian, Mrs. Mary Beatrice (Old Rectory)
The Parish Church: Rev. E.W>T. Taylor Jones, M.A. (Rector)
Post Office: Mrs. Mary Jane Doughty, sub-postmistress. Tele. Milstead 1
Doughty, Mrs. Mary Jane, shop-keeper
Doughty, John Felix (Post Office)
LITTLE DANES MEADOW:
Evans, Miss Annie
Evans, Miss Ellen, carrier
WISTERIA:
Colyer, John
Colyer, Miss Gertrude Mary Ann
MILSTED COTTAGE:
Carter, Colonel, Hubert
Carter, Mrs. Edith Marion
Jones, Miss Isabelle
.... continuation is Frinsted Road ...

Torry Hill Lane, from Blue Town
.... here is Holly Bushes Lane ....
Eadon, Gerald Arthur, steward, Torry Hill Estate (Torry Hill Lodge) Tele. Milstead 5
TORRY HILL:
Pemberton, Douglas Leigh, M.C. Tele. Milstead 2
Dodd, Albert Victor (Lade Wood)
Bean, Arthur, farmer (Little Higham)
... continuation is road to Doddington, West End...