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Well Cottage
The Row
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin


Demography
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YearNameAddressFlatRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1939Charles BaldwinThe Row1 MarriedM63General Labourer 
1939Louisa A BaldwinThe Row1 MarriedF62Unpaid Domestic Duties 
1939Ann F BakerThe Row2 WidowF77Unpaid Domestic Duties 
1939Frank S BakerThe Row2 MarriedM39Thatchers trusser 
1939Flo BakerThe Row2 MarriedF37Unpaid Domestic Duties 
1911William KennettThe Row HeadMarriedM28BlacksmithAsh Kent
1911Lily KennettThe Row WifeMarriedF24LaundressElham Kent
1901Charles Bailey The Row HeadWidowerM67HindElham
1901John BaileyThe Row SonSingleM38Well Digger & Farm LabourerElham
1901Susanna EllenderThe Row DaughterMarriedF27 Elham
1901William EllenderThe Row Son In LawMarriedM21Agricultural LabourerEachendhill
1901Florence BaileyThe Row Granddaughter F10 Elham
1901Beatrice BaileyThe Row Granddaughter F8  
History
     
   It incorporates a medieval hall house, which has been extended on the south-west side. The original timber-framed house, which appears to date from the 14th, or 15th century, once had an open hall, and a jetty, or overhang at one end. It takes up the whole of Updown Cottage and extends into Well Cottage. A floor was inserted in the old hall, and the main chimney added in the 16th century, and the whole was encased in brick and tile in the 18th century. Of the original house, most of the main framework still survives, as can be best seen inside the bedrooms. The roof also is largely original Elham Study
   Well & Updown Cottage by Tony Blain Tony Blain RA
 2002 Well Cottage Bryan Badham
Ownership
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
c1930The Row    Roy Leonard Budd
 2003The RowWell Cottage276000  
 2009The RowWell CottageHidden