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Grade II Listed
Poors' House
High Street
Demography
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YearNameAddressFlatRelationCM/FAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1841Henry HolladayHigh Street   M45 Kent
1841Alice HolladayHigh Street   F35 Kent
1841Harriett HolladayHigh Street   F25 Kent
1841Sarah HolladayHigh Street   F15 Kent
1841Stephen HolladayHigh Street   M7 Kent
1851Maria Pitcher11 High Street WifeMF36 Chislett
1851Henry Holladay11 High Street1HeadMM56Proprietor Of HousesRamsgate
1851Alice Holladay11 High Street1WifeMF49 Mersham
1851Sarah Ann Holladay11 High Street1DaughterUF28Servt At HomeElham
1851Stephen Holladay11 High Street1Son M16Pupil Teacher At He Leham National SchoolElham
1851Thomas R Pitcher11 High Street2HeadMM30Painter Plumber & Glazier MasterCanterbury
1851Thomas W Pitcher11 High Street2Son M4 Canterbury
1851Walter Pitcher11 High Street2Son M3 Canterbury
History
YearText Photos 
This building, now divided into two separate dwellings, was once the Elham Poor's House, and was erected in the 18th century. It has a central carriage entrance, with the Master's house on the left. It is of three stories with most of its windows original. Note the top windows, which open by sliding sideways. Elham Study  
1845 Tithe Apportionment: 827, C & G, 0.0.25, owned and occupied by Henry Holliday.  
1966 Listed by English Heritage  
2007 The Poors & Masters Houses Bryan Badham 10040
Ownership
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
 1845High Street    Henry Holladay
 2010High StreetPoors' House