St. George the Martyr


To be let. Two Houses in Bridge Street. Rent £24. Frederick Keyes. Auctioneer & Appraiser, accountant, house and Estate Agent, 29, Westgate Within, Canterbury (KG April 12, 1870)


No. 1

1891 Henry O. Preston, Medical Practioner (Reg), Surg.

Henry G. Sadler, General Practioner (Reg) Surg.


No. 2

Alfred J. Warren, Clothier (


No. 3

1840 John ARIS, 3 Bridge Street, Canterbury (Registrar of Births and Deaths)

1852 John ARIS (a) 3, Bridge Street, Canterbury, Nov 1852 The Poll for the Knights of the Shire to Represent the Eastern Division of the County of Kent taken the 16th and 17th of July 1852

Jane Wallis, Lodging House Keeper (


No. 5

Thomas Sankey Cooper, J.P. and Alderman of Canterbury, Surgeon

Thomas Sankey Cooper, Surgeon % (died 1898)

Thomas Sankey Cooper, Esq. Canterbury, Subscriber to "Consuetudines Kanciae" by Charles Sandys 1851


No. 6

John GIBBONS, retired Tailor & Draper ^

1865 Poll for two knights of the shire..."name of voter and residence" 1366 GIBBONS, John, 6 Bridge Street, Canterbury, listed under parish of St. George the Martyr (it is the parish of qualification) Voted for Dering

three candidates: Sir Edward Cholmeley Dering, Bart. - Sir Brook William Bridges, Bart. - Sir Norton Joseph Knatchbull, Bart.


No. 12

1840's - 60's Thomas Goodban, Professor of Music ^


No. 23

July 15th, 1865 Thomas Sankey COOPER, 23 Bridge Street (No. 1546) Poll for the two knights of the shire, voted B & K (parish of qualification - Saint Mary Bredin)





Thomas HUDSON and son, weigh-bridge manufacturers

Thomas HUDSON, builder

Thomas JARMAN, carpenter

John COZENS, carpenter and joiner

James FINCH, cornchandler

Thomas ROALFE, collar and harness maker



Thomas Plomer LEWIS, Bridge Street - Listed under Attorneys

Charles SANDYS, Bridge Street - Listed under Attorneys

James WATSON, Bridge Street - Listed under Attorneys

Richard WILD, Bridge Street - Listed under Auctioneers


1839 John DUCKWORTH, Wine Merchant, Bridge Street & at Hythe



Ann Clarke

Charlotte Brun

John Martin

William, Edmund and William Jnr. Prett, Bakers

William Hobday, Plumber

Frances Hobday, Milliner

Charles Cornes, Butcher

Thomas Goodban, Professor of Music

Mary Wade

Stephen Plummer, Solicitor

Stephen Plummer Jr. Solicitors Clerk

Benjamin Darby, Hostler

Richard Wild, Auctioneer

James Weir, Draper

William Smith

John Gibbons, Tailor

Thomas Cooper, Surgeon

Richard Pearse, Draper



Benjamin Johnson, Miller %

Benjamin, Johnson, Canterbury, Subscriber to "Conseutudines Kanciae" by Charles Sandys 1851

Elizabeth Ann Simmonds %

William Smith , Retired Coachmaster %

Sarah Rupell, Ladies Boarding School %

Susannah Inge, Teacher

Louisa TERRY, Student

Eliza How, Student

Kate Harriet Charles, Student

James White, Esq., Bridge Street, Canterbury, subscriber to "Consuetudines Kanciae" by Charles Sandys 1851


Joseph Messenger, Esq. Bridge Street, Canterbury *Associate of the British Archaeological Association 1851 - architect of St. Mildreds School, Canterbury 1855

**1855 Journal - Erased from the list of Associates, 1852 - 11. Joseph Messenger, esq., Bridge St., Canterbury


Tench James WHITE, Professor of Music (b. Canterbury) ^

Sarah Papall, School Mistress, with students ^

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