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St. Katherines Cottage
Pound Lane
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin

YearNameAddressRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1939Kenneth P.W. WilliamsKatherines Cottage MarriedM27Builder's Labourer 
1891Emma Marsh OttingeHeadWidowF56Living On Her Own MeansElham
1881John Want Church RowHeadMarriedM59Ag LabSt Faiths Norfolk
1881Emma Want Church RowWifeMarriedF43 Petham
1881Margaret Want Church RowDaughter F21General Servant Domestic (Unemployed)Petham
1881Mary Want Church RowDaughter F9ScholarMersham
1881Robert Want Church RowSon M6ScholarElham
1881Magness Want Church RowDaughter F5ScholarElham
1881Henry Want Church RowSon M4ScholarElham
1881Bessie Want Church RowDaughter F  Elham
1881Ethel Want Church RowGranddaughter F  Elham
1871George HadawayPound LaneHead M38 Kent
1871Sarah HadawayPound LaneWife F35 Kent
   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
c1929 St. Katherines Pound Cottages Derek Boughton
c1929 School St. Katherines Pound Cottages Derek Boughton
 2002 St Katherines Cottage Bryan Badham

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