St. Mary Bredin


No. 2

George Campin, Missionary )


No. 3

Elizabeth Boorn &

Mrs. E. Pepper, of independent means )


No. 4

John Lackett, Gardener &


No. 7 (Vicarage?)

Charles W. Bewsher, Rector of Milton near Canterbury &

1865 Poll for two knights of the shire..."name of voter and residence" 1827 Rev. Charles W. BEWSHER, Old Dover Road, Canterbury, listed under parish of Thannington (it is the parish of qualification) Voted for B., K.

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

1881 Rev. C. BEWSHER, Vernon PLace, Old Dover Road, Canterbury (Members - from the Report of the East Kent Natural History Society)

Francis W. Pittock )


No. 8

Mary Denne &


No. 9

James H. Pool, Boot Manufacturers Foreman & (See Pool in High Street)

1903 Miss Short, 9 Vernon Place, Old Dover Road

? 9 Vernon Place, Canterbury, Austin Henry THOMPSON, son of Lieut-Colonel John Baylis Thompson, deceased. b. April 29, 1870. July 1, 1889?


No. 10

1903 10 Vernon Place, Old Dover Road, Jabez James Lintott


No. 13

1903 13 Vernon Place, Old Dover Road, Alfred Hopkinson


No. 14

1884 C. Redman, Esq. 14 Vernon Place, Canterbury - Local Secretary for Canterbury (our waifs and strays, by Church of England childrens society)

Charles Redman, Schoolmaster ) *might be working for the Elementary School in Chantry lane, which is close by

1903 Charles Redman, 14 Vernon Place, Old Dover Road


No. 17

1903 17 Vernon Place, Old Dover Road, Henry Long


No. 20

George Wood, Grocer's Assistant )

1903 George C. Wood, 20 Vernon Place, Old Dover Road


No. 37

1879 list of Subscribers to Canterbury in the Olden Time by John Brent - Mr. Thomas Brine, 37 Vernon Place, Canterbury




1882 List of Subscribers to Rambles Round Old Canterbury, by F. W. Cross and J. R. Hall - Mr. W. Pugh, Vernon Place, Canterbury

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