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Grade II Listed
Monk's Cottage
Cullings Hill
YearNameAddressRelationCM/FAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1841Frederic HobdayThe Row  M20 Kent
1841John MaygerThe Row  M14 Kent
1851Bridget Huxstep4 Well StreetWifeMF49Dress MakerAshford
1851Joseph Huxstep4 Well StreetHeadMM49Cordwainer Master Emp 1 Journ & 1 AppBridge
1851Sarah Stroud4 Well StreetServant F14House ServantElham
1851Sharrack R Bragg4 Well StreetNephew M4 Elham
1861Bridget HuxstepWell StreetWifeMF59 Ashford
1861Joseph HuxstepWell StreetHeadMM59CordwainerBridge
1861Ann O SouthenWell StreetServant F16General ServantElham
1861Sharrock R BraggWell StreetNephew M14PhotographerElham
1871Joseph HuxstepBack StreetHeadMM70CordwainerBridge
1871Bridget HuxstepBack StreetWifeMF69 Ashford
1881William T. Chandler Elham StreetHeadMM30IronmongerOxford
YearText Photos 
It is an old timbered house, but has been completely re-fronted, with a bay window, and imitation timbering on the first floor (since removed). Before this it was a house and shop, which before the end of the last century was a pork butcher's, the proprietor being a Mr. Swain, known to his friends as 'Poke'. At the turn of the century it was a cycle and newsagent's business, and this was taken over by a Mr. Goatman about 1909, and Mr. Tom. Goatman, was born there. Elham Study  
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 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
   Genevieve   Annie Bailey