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Five Bells
Duck Street
C = Church of St. Mary the Virgin


Demography
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YearNameAddressRelationConditionGenderAgeOccupationPlace of birth 
1939Elizabeth M LoweOrchard Villa SingleF81Sister of Mercy Mother Superior 
1939Edward M ButcherOrchard Villa MarriedM56Motor Haulage Contractor & Coal Merchant 
1939Evelyn M ButcherOrchard Villa MarriedF54Unpaid domestic duties 
1939Leila F HalsteadOrchard Villa MarriedF48Unpaid domestic duties 
1939George E ButcherOrchard Villa SingleM28Painter & Decorator 
1939Janet HalsteadOrchard Villa SingleF9At School 
1911Sarah Marsh SteeleOrchard VillaHeadSingleF50 Weston Sub Edge Gloucester
1911Margaret Elizabeth BartlettOrchard VillaCousinSingleF43 Elmstead Nr Canterbury
1901Sophia RigdenOrchard Villa Duck StreetHeadWidowF83Living On Own MeansElmsted
1901Ann Elizabeth MarshOrchard Villa Duck StreetNieceSingleF62 Selling
1901Sarah Marsh SteeleOrchard Villa Duck StreetNieceSingleF39 Weston Sub Edge
1891Sophia RigdenOrchard Villa Duke StreetWifeMarriedF77 Elmsted
1891Thomas RigdenOrchard Villa Duke StreetHeadMarriedM75Living On His Own MeansNewington
History
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 1740 Gilbert Tanner alienated Five Bells in Duck Street to George Glasier of Elham victualler .. late in occupation of Henry Wells. CKS: U47/3, Elham Manorial Court Rolls]
 1745 Death of George Glazier .. owned The Cherry Tree in Duck Street now or late in the occupation of William Stroud or his assigns .. admission of Jane Glazier, widow CKS: U47/3, Elham Manorial Court Rolls]
 1770 17 April. Death of William Rigden, Five Bells formerly the Cherry Tree in occupation of William Stroud comes to sons William and John. CKS: U47/3, Elham Manorial Court Rolls]
 1793 William Rigden lately deceased leaves his half of Five Bells (formerly Cherry Tree) and Three Tuns to John Rigden the elder who held the other half, in occupation of John Culling. CKS: U47/3, Elham Manorial Court Rolls
 1834 Rental. Owner, Thomas Rigden of Newington, formerly John Rigden. Occupier, John Clayson. One messuage or tenement (formerly commonly called or known by the name or sign of The Two Bells [sic] and before the Cherry Tree. CKS: U47/3, Elham Manorial Court Rolls
c1929 Five Bells St Mary's Church Derek Boughton
c1940 Five Bells St. Mary's Church Bryan Badham
Ownership
 YearAddressHouse Name£ PricePurposeNotesOwner 
  Duck StreetCherry Tree   
  Duck StreetFive Bells   
  Duck StreetOrchard Villa   
  Duck StreetOrchard Cottage   
 1764Duck Street    William Rigden
 1834Duck StreetFive Bells   Thomas Rigden