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Grade II Listed
The Cottage
Cock Lane
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin


Demography
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YearNameAddressFlatRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
Peter J MarshallCock Lane Head M  London
Ruth BironCock Lane Head F  Elham
Jane Elizabeth BironCock Lane Head F  Greenwich
1901Ann Francis BakerCock Lane1WifeMarriedF38 Hastenleigh
1901Alfred Jno BakerCock Lane1HeadMarriedM33General LabourerBrook Ashford
1901Edward SimondsCock Lane1Adopted Son M12 Eachendhill
1901Alfred Thos BakerCock Lane1Son M3 Elham
1901Frank S BakerCock Lane1Son M1 Elham
1901George H BakerCock Lane1Son M  Elham
1901Mary BrowningCock Lane2HeadWidowF72 Hastenleigh
1901John C BrowningCock Lane2GrandsonSingleM19Groom (East Kent Hunt Stables)Hastenleigh
1891Mildred J Athow 1WifeMarriedF36 Barham
1891Thomas W Athow 1HeadMarriedM34Grocers PorterElham
History
     
   This house appears to contain some of the main framework of a 15th century house, but it was largely rebuilt around 1620, and has been much restored, and the porch added in recent years. Tile house must have presented an appearance something like the Abbot's fireside, with elaborately carved brackets beneath the eaves and the overhang of the first floor. One of these still remains on the right hand lower corner, and another towards the rear of the north end, while mortises on each side of all the main windows show where the other had been. The room on the left of the main doorway has oak panelling, and a very fine carved overmantel of the 1620 period. Old cellars remain beneath this room. Elham Study
 1953 Used for historical exhibition during the 1953 Coronation celebrations
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