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Grade II Listed
High Street
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin

YearNameAddressFlatRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1911Mary Elizabeth KingsmillHigh Street1HeadWidowF57ShopkeeperKent Lyminge
1911Sydney Heneage KingsmillHigh Street1SonSingleM26ButcherKent Lyminge
1911Winifred Mary KingsmillHigh Street1DaughterSingleF23Teacher AssistantKent Lyminge
1911Cecil PackerHigh Street1VisitorSingleM23ButcherKent Minster
1911Gordon Thomas KingsmillHigh Street1SonSingleM19Bank ClerkKent Lyminge
1911Elizabeth Emily SetterfieldHigh Street1ServantSingleF16General Servant DomesticKent Folkestone
1911Elizabeth Foat HogbenHigh Street2HeadWidowF86Independent MeansCanterbury
1901May E KingsmillHigh Street1HeadWidowF47Manageress In Connection With Butchers Shop AttachLyming
1901John B FairmanHigh Street1ServantSingleM34ButcherMargate
1901Beatrice M HambrookHigh Street1HelperSingleF25General HelpAcrise
1901Sidney H KingsmillHigh Street1SonSingleM16Builder's ApprenticeLyminge
1901Nelson MundayHigh Street1ServantSingleM15Butcher BoyThree Chimney's Biddenham
1901William HogbenHigh Street2HeadMarriedM77FarmerLyming
   This house, of red brick, with the ground floor re-fronted in white stucco, dates from the 18th century. The four main windows still have their original glazing bars. Elham Study
   Probably C17 or earlier, with late C18 or early C19 facade and right end addition. Channelled render to ground floor, first floor red and grey brick in Flemish bond. Plain tile roof. 2 storeys. Rendered plat band. Dentilled brick eaves cornice to right end. Roof has lower eaves than Oriel Cottage to left, same height ridge, and right hip returning to rear. Multiple red brick stack in rear slope of roof to left end, slender pebbledashed stack in front slope of roof towards centre, and rear stack to right addition. Irregular fenestration of 3 windows; two recessed twenty- pane sashes to main range, and one three-light casement to right addition. Similar sashes to ground floor. Recessed door of six flush panels, up three steps towards centre of main range. Ground floor of right addition projects as shallow rendered bay, with ogee corrugated iron roof, twelve-pane shop window, and half-glazed door to left end. Rear wing to right of centre of main range, roof with higher ridge, hipped down to main range to front, gabled to rear. Short rear return wing to right. English Heritage
 1845 Tithe Apportionment: 829, C & G, 0.1.37, owned by William Johnson, occupied by Thomas Dunk.
c1902 Caisters Brogdale Oriel Cottage Derek Boughton
 1909 Kelly's Directory: Fairman, Benjamin, butcher
 1924 Kelly's Directory: West, Charles, butcher
 1934 Kelly's Directory: Slade, Alfd. Saml., butcher T.N. 6 (1934)
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
 1845The Upper Row    William Johnson
 2009High StreetBrogdale480000