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Grade II Listed
Braeside
Cullings Hill
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin


Demography
12
YearNameAddressRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1911George CookCornling HillHeadMarriedM50Farm LabourerLondon Stepney
1911Clara CookCornling HillWifeMarriedF40 Elham
1911George CookCornling HillSonMarriedM11 Elham
1911Harry CookCornling HillSon M9 Elham
1911Bertie CookCornling HillSon M7 Elham
1911Eveline CookCornling HillDaughter F4 Elham
1911Ronald CookCornling HillSon M1 Elham
1871Henry WilesBack StreetHead M28 Kent
1871Fanny WilesBack StreetWife F26 Kent
1871Fanny WilesBack StreetDaughter F7 Kent
1871William WilesBack StreetSon M5 Kent
1871Emily WilesBack StreetDaughter F3 Kent
1871George WilesBack StreetSon M  Kent
History
     
   Late C18, with mid -to-late C19 alterations. Painted brick. Left gable tile-hung. Rear elevation chequered red and grey brick. Plain tile roof. Double depth. 2 storeys, attics and cellar. Brick plinth. Finely-dentilled wooden eaves cornice. Gabled roof. Brick gable-end stack to right, in front slope of roof. Irregular fenestration of 3 four-pane sashes in open boxes. Segmental heads to ground-floor windows. Door of four fielded panels and two top lights in panelled recess, with outer architrave with rusticated pilasters with moulded bases, plain tops and flat bracketed hood, up four steps to left end. Short rear return wing to left, with hipped plain tile roof. Interior: panelled partitions between ranges on both floors, and to rear to right. C19 grate. Panelled doors. English Heritage
   Elham Valley Stores Braeside Abbot's Fireside G. Hall
 2010 Braeside Bryan Badham
Ownership

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