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Grade II Listed
Crown House
1 The Square

YearNameAddressFlatRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1987Margaret Helen Myles MidgleyThe Square WifeMarriedF68  
1987John Birkby MidgleyThe Square HeadMarriedM66 Yorkshire
1939Edward V HemsleyCrown Cottage  MarriedM67Civil Engineer 
1937Edward Vezey Hemsley1 The Square HeadMarriedM65 Fulham, London
1937Silence Mabel Hemsley1 The Square WifeMarriedF62 Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1911Thomas BlackmanThe Square1HeadSingleM34FarmerOare
1901Samuel StobbartThe Square1HeadMarriedM252nd Whip To FoxhoundsFillingham
1901Elizabeth StobbartThe Square1WifeMarriedF22 Moldash
1901Samuel StobbartThe Square1Son M  Elham
1901William BlackmanThe Square2HeadMarriedM70Farmer (Small)Crundale
1901Mary Ann BlackmanThe Square2WifeMarriedF57 Whitstable
1901Clara BlackmanThe Square2DaughterSingleF31Cook (Domestic)Whitstable
1901Thomas BlackmanThe Square2SonSingleM24Ordinary Agricultural LabourerOare
   The Crown Inn until (?) the end of the eighteenth century, known earlier as the Red Lion.
   This attractive group of 18th century houses has been renovated in recent years, and much enhanced by the narrow garden border in front of them. It was known as Crown House, and was formerly the Crown Inn. While modernised inside, these houses still retain a number of old features such as wide fireplaces, and occasional oak beams. Narrow brickwork at the rear of two of these premises appear to remain from earlier 17th century buildings. Elham Study
 1844 Plot no. 784, owner and occupier, William Nickoll, 8 perch Elham Tithe Apportionment
 1869 Stephen May to William Alexander Mackinnon Firstly , butcher's Secondly, All that messuage or dwelling called by the name or sign of “The Red Lion” and afterwards of “The Crown” but then and for a long time past converted into a private dwelling house with the stable yard buildings heriditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging situate lying or being at or near the square in the Town of Elham abutting to the said square towards tnhe west and to the lane or highway there called Ducks Hill towards the south formerly in the tenure or occupation of Elizabeth Nicholl spinster her assigns or undertenants and then in the occupation of the said Stephen May and Susannah Hogben or one of them or one of their undertenants
 1869 2nd January: Stephen May to William Alexander Mackinnon Abstract of Title to the Unsettled Portions of the Acrise Estate
c1920 The Square Derek Boughton
 1966 Listed by English Heritage
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
  The SquareCrown Inn   
  The SquareCrown House   
  The SquareCoutties Wynde   
 2014The SquareCoutties WyndeHidden  
 2015The SquareCrown House