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1742 Grade II Listed
Trentham
High Street
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin


Demography
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YearNameAddressRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1934William George WatsonHigh StreetHeadMarriedM25 St Margarets Dover
1934Elizabeth M L WatsonHigh StreetWifeMarriedF   
1911Elizabeth GatehouseHigh StreetWifeMarriedF52 Bedfordshire Shefford
1911Edwin GatehouseHigh StreetHeadMarriedM49Saddler And Harness MakerKent Elham
1901Elizabeth GatehouseHigh StreetWifeMarriedF42 Shefford
1901Edwin GatehouseHigh StreetHeadMarriedM39Saddler & Harness MakerElham
1901Mary TilzeyHigh StreetSister In LawSingleF24DressmakerShefford
1891John ColthamHigh StreetHeadMarriedM76Living On His Own MeansElham
1891Alice ColthamHigh StreetWifeMarriedF62 Elham
1881William HogbenHigh StreetHeadMarriedM45Carpenter etcNewington Hythe
1881Caroline HogbenHigh StreetWifeMarriedF40 Elham
1881William G. HogbenHigh StreetSonUnmarriedM19BootmakerLittlebourne
1881Edith E. HogbenHigh StreetDaughterUnmarriedF15MillinierCanterbury
History
     
 1742 With Loriners, these two houses make an attractive pair, and were built together in 1742, as the datestone in the centre shows. Above the datestone is an old Sun Insurance plaque. Each house has a central doorway, with a flat hood, and one room in each house has a bay window. A stringcourse runs right across the frontage, and the brickwork is of red stretchers and blue headers. All the main windows have modern glazing. Elham Study
 1845 Tythe Apportionment - The Canterbury archdeaconry as part of the Maidstone archdeaconry consisted of the rural deaneries of Bridge Charing Canterbury Dartford Dover Malling Elham Shoreham Lympne Sittingbourne Ospringe Sutton Sandwich and Westbere.
 1966 Listed by English Heritage
Ownership
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
 1845High StreetRoma   William Keeler
 1999High StreetTrenthamHidden