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

YearNameAddressRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1911Edward Robert MillsHigh StreetHeadMarriedM62Inn KeeperKent Folkestone
1911Mary Garnett MillsHigh StreetWifeMarriedF56Inn Keeper AssistantWales Bangor
1911Charlotte MillsHigh StreetDaughterSingleF21Assistant In BusinessKent Hawkings
1911Cyril MillsHigh StreetSonSingleM15At SchoolKent Acrise
1901Alfred ForemanHigh StreetHeadMarriedM55Licensed Victualler & (Submarine Diver)Whitstable
1901Mary Ann ForemanHigh StreetWifeMarriedF53 Whitstable
1901Sussannah ForemanHigh StreetDaughterSingleF23 Whitstable
1901Frederick K ForemanHigh StreetGrandsonSingleM18BarmanWhitstable
1891Albert Bridges HeadMarriedM31Licensed VictuallerFaversham
1891Carrie Boorn ServantSingleF28General ServantFolkestone
1891Flossie Bridges Daughter F4 Folkestone
1891Edith Bridges Daughter F3 Elham
1881Stephen CourtHigh StreetLodgerWidowerM48SawyerAcrise
   Ex Public House. Probably early-to-mid C19 with late C19 and early C20 alterations. Painted brick in Flemish bond. Plain tile roof. 2 storeys. Moulded wooden eaves cornice. Hipped roof. Brick ridge stack towards left end. Projecting gable end stack to right. Irregular fenestration of 4 sashes; one six-pane left of stack, one two-pane under stack, and two six-pane to right. Ground-floor windows have subdivided stained- glass top lights and segmental heads. Door under stack, with stained- glass fanlight, one side-light, and broad architrave with plain pilasters, frieze, and masonry cornice. Small half-glazed door with segmental head between first and second first-floor windows from right. Rear wing to left, with tile-hung stack to left side English Heritage
 1699 Probate inventory of Mary Atwells, widow, 13 April 1699, inventory total £140-8-?. Six bedrooms, all with feather beds (that in the great chamber valued at £7), parlour, hall, brewhouse, bar-room, cellars, kitchen, lower parlour, kitchen parlour, stable. Half hogshead of wine, 6 bunns of strong beer, bottles, mugs, glasses, 2 gross of tobacco pipes. CKS: PRC 11/35/5
 1729 Sp. at the three tuns when the ould Churchwardens gave up there accounts 00-05-00 Sp. at the three tunes at the queens Birth Day 00-02-06 Elham Churchwardens’ Accounts
 1730 2nd April. John Proud alienates to John Hambrook, occupied by Mary Atwells, wid. nuper John Atwells et olim Thomas Partridge (adjoining messuage also, but olim Thomas Norton). [nuper = formerly, olim = earlier (Latin)] CKS: U47/3] Elham Manorial Court Rolls.
 1740 December ye 26 Spent att the Rose & Crown when when [sic] the new Surveyors was Chose 2 6 CCA: U3/22, Overseers’ Accounts
 1741 January the 5 Spent at the Rose & Crown on a Justice Day CCA: U3/22, Overseers’ Accounts
 1755 26th April. John Hambrook alienated Three Tuns, occupied Robert Page, to Jane Glazier. Elham Manorial Court Rolls.
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
 1699 Three Tuns   
 1824Middle Row    
 1830High StreetNew Inn   
 1849     Sophia Marsh
 1849     Sophia Rigden
 1950High StreetNew Inn   Frank James Twiddy