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Sidcup, Bromley, Kent

Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

SIDCUP is a village, six miles S.E, from Blackheath railway station, and in the parish, of Chislehurst. The church is a brick erection, in the modern Byzantine style, with two towers and a peal of six bells. The living is a perpetual curacy, in the gift of the Bishop of Rochester.

Letters received from Bromley.
The nearest Money Order Office is at Chislehurst.


Berens, H. H., Esq.
Chatfield, Mr. John
Cousens, James, Esq.
Morris, Mrs.
Pettifer, Mrs.
Tims, Eev. John

Public Houses in Sidcup


Beacham, John, Black Horse
Duser, William, grocer
Curling, Miss, wood dealer
Ives, John, shoemaker
Keerler, Thomas, farmer
Kingsland, Thomas, farmer
Martin, John, farmer
Prichard, Thomas, surgeon
Spaw, Mrs., beer retailer
Welch, Elizabeth, smith
Whomes, Henry, tailor
Young, John, carpenter

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