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Demolished
Cosy Teas - Cottage(1) site of
High Street
Demography
123
YearNameAddressRelationCM/FAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1841Henry CrouchHigh Street  M65 Kent
1841Sarah CrouchHigh Street  F60 Kent
1851Sophia TerryHigh StreetMotherWF75Pauper (Ag Lab's Wife)Aincham Oxfordshire
1851James TerryHigh StreetHeadMM32Carpenter JourneymanElham
1851Mary TerryHigh StreetWifeMF31DressmakerHastenleigh
1851William TerryHigh StreetSon M  Elham
1861Richard BeerHigh StreetHeadMM39CarterLyminge
1861Jane M BeerHigh StreetWifeMF29 Elham
1861Hannah BeerHigh StreetDaughter F9ScholarElham
1861William BeerHigh StreetSon M7ScholarElham
1861George BeerHigh StreetSon M5ScholarElham
1861Richard BeerHigh StreetSon M1 Elham
1871Richard BeerHigh StreetHead M45 Kent
History
YearText Photos 
1845 Tithe Apportionment: 823, Cottage & Garden, 0.0.6, owned by Richard Foreman, occupied by Henry Crouch  
Tithe Apportionment: 824, Cottage & Garden, 0.0.6, owned by Richard Foreman, occupied by Thomas Jarden  
1881 One cottage uncoccupied  
1891 No entries in the census  
c 1900 Percy S. Price and his wife both born Hythe, but five children, oldest eight, all born Elham, suggesting conversion to shop before that, so maybe happening at time of 1891 census. Shop then taken over by Leo J. File, who later moved to West End Stores.  
Ownership
No ownership records found for this building

No ownership records found for this building