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St. Katherines Cottage
Pound Lane
Demography
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YearNameAddressRelationCM/FAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1841John CorneliusThe Square  M55 Kent
1841Susannah CorneliusThe Square  F50 Kent
1841Mary CorneliusThe Square  F20 Kent
1841Julius CorneliusThe Square  M8 Kent
1851John LisleSchool RowHeadMM41Bible Christian Minister Of Elham ChapelNorthlew
1851Louisa LisleSchool RowWifeMF35 Romsey
1851Susan TookeySchool RowVisitorUF25House ServantSmeeth
1851Sophia LisleSchool RowDaughter F4 Atherington
1851John LisleSchool RowSon M1 Feversham
1851Josiah LisleSchool RowSon M  Elham
1861Sarah AthowVicarage CornerHeadWF71GrazierBarham
1861Jane C AthowVicarage CornerDaughterUF29ServantElham
1861David AthowVicarage CornerSonUM27Agricultural LabourerElham
History
YearText Photos 
This is an 18th century house with a symmetrical front of painted brick, and with a modillion eaves cornice. The windows and door have been modernised. This house is interesting, as it may have been the vicarage in the 18th century. This belief is strengthened by Hasted's description of Elham, (Vol. VIII, p. 96, 1799) in which he says' .... The church, with the vicarage on the side of the churchyard, is situated on the eastern side of the village.' The site of the village pound, where stray animals were kept, may still be seen on the opposite corner to this house. Elham Study  
c 1929 St. Katherines Pound Cottages Derek Boughton 10161
School St. Katherines Pound Cottages Derek Boughton 10162
2002 St Katherines Cottage Bryan Badham 10003
Ownership
No ownership records found for this building

No ownership records found for this building