1867 Post Office Directory

Sutton at Hone is a village, parish and railways station on the North Kent line, 3 miles from Dartford and 7 miles south west from Gravesend, and 18 from London.
The church of St. John the Baptist has been thoroughly repaired. The register dates from 1600. The living (Rev John Hotham was the incumbent) had an annual value of £519. The size of the parish is 3,587 acres.
Thomas Fleet is lord of the manor of St John Jerusalem and Mrs Fleet is lady of the Sutton manor.
The population of the whole parish in the 1861 census was 1,563.
Post Office – Mrs Susannah Morgan Sydell, receiver. Letters arrive through Dartford at 7am and 2.15pm, and are dispatched at 11.15am and 7pm. The nearest Money Order Office is at Farningham.
National Schools – Elias Ball Johnson, master; Mrs Charlotte Johnson, mistress

Private residents
Mr Isaac Bennett
Mrs Elgar
Mr Augustus Henry Fisher
Thomas Fleet, esq, Sutton Place
Rev. John Hotham, M.A. (vicar)
Frederick Kingsford, esq, The Rookery, Hawley
Mr Robert Marchant, Hawley
Mr William Marchant
Mrs Harriet Nevill, Hill Cottage
Rev. John Neville (Baptist)
Mr John Russell, St John’s
Richard Saunders, Esq, Hawley House
Mrs Scott, The Parsonage

Mrs Mary Acton, wheelwright
Mark Atkins, Baker
Chas Beadle, St John’s farm
Thos Bellingham, plumber, painter etc
John Chillmaid, beer retailer
James Clark, Miller
Mark Clark, blacksmith
Robert Collins, grocer
Alfred Colyer, farmer
John Cooper, Farmer
William Cooper, farmer, Gilden Hill
Creasey & Rogers, shopkeeper
James Harber, blacksmith
William Kennard, butcher
Edward Lane, baker
Richard Lane, baker
Millhouse & Muggeridge, millers
Thomas Mills, wheelwright
Henry Packman, bricklayer
James Packman, beer retailer
Richard Packman, “Ship Inn”
James Phillips, beer retailer, Hawley
Thomas Phillips, butcher
George Philpot, Bull Inn, Hawley
James Reynolds, farmer
John Russell, farmer, St John’s
Thomas Harry Saunders, paper maker, Hawley Mills & at Sundridge, Darenth & Dartford
Charles Searls, farmer
William Sheldon, farmer
John Smith, fruit grower
Miss Hannah Susannah Squire, milliner
Mrs Susannah Morgan Sydell, shopkeeper & post office
George Tulett, farmer
Frederick Turner, farmer
William Viner, boot & shoe maker
Thomas Wells, grocer & etc
George Wilkins, farmer