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Grade II Listed
1 The Butts
High Street
YearNameAddressRelationCM/FAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1851John F PilcherHigh StreetHeadMM37Carpenter Master 1 ApprenticeElham
1851Hannah PilcherHigh StreetWifeMF35 Elham
1851Elgar PilcherHigh StreetSon M8ScholarElham
1851Elizabeth PilcherHigh StreetDaughter F6ScholarElham
1851Frank PilcherHigh StreetSon M4 Elham
1851Hannah PilcherHigh StreetDaughter F1 Elham
1861Thomas WanstallHigh StreetHeadMM45ShoemakerNonington
1861Susannah WanstallHigh StreetWifeMF37 Womenswould
1861Harriet WanstallHigh StreetDaughter F9ScholarSibertswould
1861William WanstallHigh StreetSon M6ScholarAshley
1861Mary WanstallHigh StreetDaughter F4 Eythorne
1861Sarah A WanstallHigh StreetDaughter F1 Elham
1871Mary A BourneHigh StreetWife F49 Kent
YearText Photos 
Old Carpenters 1 & 2 The Butts Bryan Badham 10068
c 1825 No.1 . Early-to-mid C19. Red brick in Flemish bond. Similar windows to ground floor but with segmental heads and splayed rubbed brick voussoirs. Brick stack in front slope of roof. Central door with flush panels and reeded strips two top lights segmental head and flat floating corniced hood up five steps. Short red and grey brick rear wing to left with roof hipped to rear and with small sixteen-panel sash. Two storeys and cellar. Roof hipped to left. Gablecend stack to left. One twelve-pane first-floor sash to left of centre. Similar ground-floor window with segmental head. Door with four sunk moulded panels and segmental head up five steps to right. Parallel rear range of knapped flint with brick bands and dressings and plain tile roof hipped to left.  
1988 Listed by English Heritage  
2008 1 & 2 The Butts Bryan Badham 10062
Old Carpenters 1 & 2 The Butts Bryan Badham 10063
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
c1825High StreetThe Butts   Annie Bailey
 2006High StreetThe Butts199000  Annie Bailey