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    Ordnance Survey - Name Books for Kent Parishes
    This list is for place names on OS Map Kent No. 56 North West 25 Inch Scale,
    (including parts of Chartham, Crundale, Godmersham, Petham and Waltham)
    In 1940 updates are noted in blue, after a revision of selected maps undertaken during WW2.


    INDEX for this Volume

    NAME

    PAGE

    .

    NAME

    PAGE

    .

    .

    .

    All Saints' Church (Vicarage)  

    3

    Kettlebender  

    1

    New and Altered Names of 1940 Revision  

    PAGE

    Anvil Green  

    12

    Liller Wood  

    12

    Dane Chantry  

    1a

    Barton Wood  

    11

    Longneck  

    2

    Stone Street Farm  

    1a

    Broadwaygreen Farm  

    5

    Lower Dane Farm  

    6

    .  

    .

    Brockhanger Wood  

    4

    Methodist Chapel (Primitive)  

    3

    Waltham Court  

    1b

    Buckholt Farm  

    9

    Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan)  

    12

    Compasses (P.H.)  

    1b

    Buckholt Wood  

    7

    Mounts Wood  

    12

    Methodist Church  

    1b

    Capel Farm  

    1

    Old Workhouse  

    12

    Hautts Farm  

    1b

    Compasses (P.H.) [public house]  

    9

    Park Wood  

    8

    .  

    .

    Coombe Wood  

    11

    Penny Pot Inn  

    2

    Penny Pot House  

    1c

    Courtlodge Farm  

    3

    Petham  

    5

    Charing Cottage  

    1c

    Dane Farm  

    6

    Petham House  

    5

    Garwick Cottage  

    1c

    Debden Court  

    3

    Sarness Farm  

    12

    Thruxted Mill (Tallow, Fats etc)  

    1c

    Denge Wood  

    2

    Sarness Wood  

    13

    .  

    Duckpit  

    4

    School  

    3

    Pennypot Road  

    1d

    Duke's Head Inn  

    5

    Sole Street  

    11

    Kenfield Road  

    1d

    Dunlies Wood  

    13

    Stone Street (Roman Road)  

    6

    Garlinge Green Road  

    1d

    Dunstan's Wood  

    9

    Stubb's Wood  

    13

     

    Earley Wood  

    13

    Slump Shave  

    2

     

    Eggringe Wood  

    11

    Sutton Hook Wood  

    12

     

    Filchborough`  

    11

    Upper Thruxted Farm  

    2

     

    Hault Farm  

    13

    Vicarage  

    7

     

    Hobbs' Farm  

    11

    Waddenhall Wood  

    6

     

    Hobbs' Hill Wood  

    11

    Waltham  

    9

     

    Hobday's Wood  

    13

    Wootton Farm  

    7

     

    Kenfield Park  

    7

    Yawlings Wood [see note  on long barrows]  

    14

     





    NOTE: 1 chain =
         20.12 metres in length
    or 66 feet in length
    or 22 yards in length

    10 chains is a furlong, 80 chains is a mile,
    One acre is 10 chains x 10 chains.

    This Map "Kent No.56 N.W." was published in 1908 by the Ordnance Survey and a copy of it can be seen on the following external website link for the National Library of Scotland:

    [CLICK HERE]




    Names, collected & entered by W.R. Thomas Mrch 1906
    names as altered & initialled in red by A.J. Smith, Corporal Royal Engineers April 1906
    Names revised May 1940

    PAGE

    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    1939-40 Updates

    1

    Kettlebender

    Kettlebender

    Mr J. Castle (owner & occupier)

    56/1/4

    A small farmstead, situated 25 chains South East of Penny Pot Inn House

    .

    1

    Capel Farm

    Capel Farm

    Mr W. Cheeseman (occupier)

    56/1/6

    Applies to a farmstead, situated about 1 mile East of Penny Pot Inn House the property of Messrs R.E. & S.J. Thompson, Canterbury

    Mr Duncan, Rushbrook Farm, Pluckley, Kent

    .

    2

    Longneck

    Longneck

    Mr W. Larrett (occupier)

    56/1/1,5

    Applies to one Cottage situated about 36 chains North West of Penny Pot Inn House, the property of the Dean & Chapter, Canterbury Cathedral

    .

    2

    Stump Shave
    [In Roman Print font]

    Stump Shave
    typed twice to apply

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/1/1,4,8,9

    An enclosure of wood situated 12 chains South of Longneck, & runs in a South East line direction to Thruxted Farm. The property of E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham
    Note: New Name

    Mr Cheel, Upper Thruxted Farm

    2

    Penny Pot Inn

    Penny Pot Inn
    See Page [17]

    Sign Board
    Messers Rigden [Brewers] letter in Ordnance Survey Book

    56/1/1

    Applies to a full licensed public house 2 chains North of Upper Thruxted Farm the property of Messers WE & J Rigden, Brewers Faversham & occupied by Mr J.T. Stickles. No accommodation for travellers or Troops.

    .

    2

    Denge Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Denge Wood

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/1/2

    Applies to a large wood situated in the Parishes of Petham, Waltham & Chartham. It is the property of several owners the principal being E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq & G.B. Samuelson Esq. Kenfield Park, Petham.

    Forestry Commission and Ecclesiastical commission
    No change in extent.

    2

    .

    Eggringe Wood

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/1/4

    An enclosure of wood situated 8 chains West of Kettlebender. Owner E.C. Lister Kay [this entire entry is crossed out]

    .

    2

    Upper Thruxted Farm

    Upper Thruxted Farm

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/1/4,3

    A small farmstead occupied by Mr G.F. Horn & situated about 20 chains South West of Kettlebender. Owner E.C.L. Lister Kay

    Mr Cheel
    no change [in extent]



    Names collected & entered by J.S. Weekes 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers in March 1906
    Names as altered & initialled in red by A.J. Smith Corporal, Royal Engineers in April 1906
    Names revised Nov 1939

    PAGE

    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    1939-40 Updates

    3

    Methodist Chapel
    (Primitive)

    Methodist Chapel
    (Primitive)
    Obsolete

    Mrs E. Bull, Chapel Keeper

    LVI/2/3

    A small Place of worship of the primitive methodists Situated 20 chains Wouth West from Debden Court.

    This building is no longer used as a chapel but can be rented by anyone for the purposes of holding meetings.

    .

    3

    Debden Court

    Debden Court

    Mr William Harvey, occupier

    LVI/2/3

    A farmstead situated ½ mile North East of All Saints' Church, Owner G.B. Gibbs Esq, 33a South Audley Street, London.

    Mr L. Castle, Debden Court.

    3

    Courtlodge Farm

    Courtlodge Farm

    Rev. F.W. G. Sidebotham, Vicar

    LVI/2/6

    A farmstead situated 8 chains north of All Saints' Church. Owner R. Samuelson Esq, Kenfield Park, Petham

    Mr Van den Burgh, occupier

    3

    School

    School

    Rev. F.W. G. Sidebotham, Vicar

    LVI/2/6,5

    A mixed school situated 2 chains North of All Saints' Church

    .

    3

    All Saints' Church
    (Vicarage)
    [In Roman Print font]

    All Saints' Church
    (Vicarage)

    Rev. F.W. G. Sidebotham, Vicar

    LVI/2/6,5

    The mother parish church of the parish of Petham. Situated at the South East end of Petham

    .

    .

    4

    Brockhanger Wood

    Brockhanger Wood

    Mr A. Stead steward

    LVI/6/2

    A wood Situated ½ mile south of Petham, owner R. Samuelson Esq. Kenfield Park, Petham

    no change in extent

    4

    Duckpit

    Duckpit

    Mr J.F. Wood, agent
    Mr J.Smith, Petham

    LVI/6/2

    Two small farmsteads situated 8 chains West from Brockhanger Wood.
    Owner Henry Ramsay Mackay Esq. Petham House, Petham

    no change in extent



    Names collected & entered by CA Favier Sapper Royal Engineers in March 1906
    Names as altered & initialled in red by A.J. Smith Corporal Royal Engineers in April 1906
    Names revised January 1940

    PAGE

    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    1939-40 Updates

    5

    Petham
    [In Roman Print font]

    Petham

    J.F. Wood Esq. Agent Petham

    LVI/2/5,3

    Applies to a small Parish village, comprising Parish chuch, school, Inn, Post Office, Vicarage, a small pivate park, with dwelling house, several farms & a number of cottages. The property of various owners. Henry Ramsay McKay Esq Petham House being the principal. Situated about 5 miles South of Canterbury & 2½ miles North East of Waltham.

    no change in extent

    5

    Petham House

    Petham House

    J.F. Wood Esq. Agent Petham

    LVI/2/5,7

    Applies to modern dwelling house, Situate about 10 chains North East of Broadwaygreen Farm. Owner Henry Ramsay McKay Esq, Petham House

    Mr E.A. Procter (occupier)

    5

    Broadwaygreen Farm

    Broadwaygreen Farm

    J.F. Wood Esq. Agent Petham

    LVI/2/5,10

    Applies to Farm dwelling. Situate about ½ mile South of Wooton Farm. Owner Henry Ramsay McKay Petham House.

    .

    5

    Duke's Head Inn

    Duke's Head Inn

    Sign
    Thomas S. Pilcher Landlord

    LVI/2/5

    Applies to [an] Inn, Situate in centre of Petham Village where accommodation can be had both for man or beast. The Property of Messers Rigden & Co., Brewers.

    .

    .

    .

    6

    Dane Farm

    Dane Farm
    See page [15]

    Thomas Vickers Esq.agent
    J.F. Wood Esq Agent

    LVI/6/3

    Applies to Farm dwelling Situate about 30 chain South of Lower Dane Farm. The property of Mrs S. Martin, 32 St Georges Place, Canterbury

    .

    6

    Lower Dane Farm

    Lower Dane Farm

    Mr Walter Swan occupier

    LVI/6/3

    Applies to farm dwelling Situate about 20 chains North East of Waddenhall Wood. The property of F. Kennett of Cheriton Nr Folkestone

    .

    6

    Waddenhall Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Waddenhall Wood

    Thomas Vickers Esq. agent

    LVI/6/6

    Applies to a large wood. Situate about 1½ miles East of Waltham Village. The property of Sir John Honywood, Evington House nr Canterbury [actually in Elmsted]

    no change in extent

    6

    Stone Street
    (Roman Road)
    [In Egyptian Capitals font]

    J.F. Wood Esq. Chequers, Stone Street
    Thomas Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm
    Rev. F.W.G. Sidebottham, Vicar

    LVI/6/6

    Applies to a Public metalled road, leading South from Canterbury and joining the main road from Ashford to Hythe about one mile South from Westenhanger Railway Station.

    .



    Names collectd & entered by W.R. Thomas March 1906
    Names as altered & submitted in red by A.J. Smith Corporal Royal Engineers in April 1906
    Names revision January 1940

    PAGE

    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    1939-40 Updates

    7

    Kenfield Park
    [In Italic Capitals font]

    Kenfield Park

    Mr A. Stead (steward), Kenfield Hall

    56/2/1,4

    Applies to a private park enclosing Kenfield Hall, the property of G.B. Samuelson Esq. who recently purchased the estate from Surgeon Major Thompson

    Commander O'Brien occupies Kenfield Hall

    7

    Wootton Farm

    Wootton Farm

    Thomas Pilcher Esq owner & occupier

    56/2/2,9

    Applies to a large farmstead situated 20 chains North West of Petham vicarage the property of J. Pilcher Esq.

    .

    7

    Vicarage

    Vicarage

    Rev. F.W. G. Sidebotham Vicar of Petham

    56/2/2,16

    A dwelling house with out buildings etc the official residence of the Vicar of Petham, & situated in the village.

    .

    7

    Buckholt Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Buckholt Wood

    Mr Henry Phillip Quested (agent) Buckholt Farm

    56/2/4,15,16

    An enclosure of wood situated 140 chains South West of the Vicarage, the property of W.A. Hammond Esq, Canterbury

    no change in extent



    Names collected & entered by A.J. Smith, Corporal Royal Engineers in August 1906

    PAGE

    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    1939-40 Updates

    8

    Park Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Park Wood

    James Goodchild Esq. Swarling Farm, Petham, Kent

    56/2/2,3

    A wood situated on the east side of Kenfield Park, property of J. Goodchild Esq, Swarling Farm, Petham

    no change in extent
    Owner Mr. Collins?



    Names collected & entered by J.E. Luster, Sapper Royal Engineers in March1906
    Names as altered & initialled in red by J.S. Weekes, 2nd Corporal Royal Engineers in March 1906
    Names revised in May 1940

    PAGE

    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    1939-40 Updates

    9

    Dunstan's Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Dunstan's Wood

    Mr J.F. Wood, Chequers Inn, Petham

    56/5/3

    Applies to a wood situated a short distance South East of Mounts Wood. The property of Henry Ramsay Mackay Esq, Petham

    no change in extent

    9

    Buckholt Farm

    Buckholt Farm

    Mr Henry Phillip Quested (agent & occupier)

    56/3/2

    Applies to a farm situated ½ mile North East of Solestreet. The property of W.H. Hammond Esq. Whitstable Rd, Canterbury

    Mr Mount, Hool Farm, Patrixbourne, Canterbury

    9

    Compasses
    (P.H.) [public house]

    Compasses
    (B.H.) [beer house]
    new name
    Compasses
    (P.H.)
    Obsolete see page [16]

    Mr C. Harvey (occupier)
    Signboard

    56/3/4

    Applies to a licensed beer house sitauted in Solestreet the property of E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham Park, Chilham. This was formerly a public house.

    .

    9

    Waltham
    [In Roman Print font]

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/3/6

    Applies to a parish village consisting of a church, public house, a few farms & cottages situated 2 miles South West of Petham. Principal owner Sir John Honywood Bart. Evington nr Ashford, Kent

    no change in extent
    Various owners

    .

    page 10 not used.

    11

    Eggringe Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Eggringe Wood

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/1

    Applies to a large wood situated on the east edge of Godmersham parish the property of E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham Park

    Forestry Commission

    11

    Coombe Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Coombe Wood

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/4

    Applies to a small wood sitauted a short distance South of Eggringe Wood owner E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham Park

    No change to extent

    11

    Solestreet

    Solestreet

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/5

    Applies to a small hamlet situated ½ mile West of Anvil Green. Principal Owner E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham Park.

    Various Owners
    no change in extent.

    11

    Hobb's Hill

    Hobb's Hill

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/4

    Applies to a hill feature situated near Hobb's Hill Wood. Owner E.C.L. Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham Park

    Owner F.J, James? Esq. Compasses P.H.

    11

    Hobb's Hill Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Hobb's Hill Wood

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/4

    Applies to a wood situated a ¼ mile south west of Solestreet owner E.C.L. Lister Kay

    no change in extent

    11

    Barton Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Barton Wood

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/1

    Applies to a wood adjoining Eggringe Wood on the east side. Owner E.C.L Lister Kay Esq. Godmersham Park.

    Forestry Commission
    no change in extent

    11

    Filchborough

    Filchborough
    Obsolete

    Edward Cunliffe Lister Lister-Kay Esq, Godmersham, Canterbury

    56/5/1

    Applies to a small farm situated a ¼ mile north West of Solestreet owner E.C.L. Lister Kay, Godmersham Park .[double cottage and barn unoccupied in 1906]

    demolished: only one outbuilding remains

    .

    Page 12 hard to decypher

    12

    Mounts Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Mounts Wood

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/5

    Applies to a portion of wood situated ¼ Mile east of Buckholt Farm. The property of Sir John Honywood Bart., Evington, Kent

    ..?.... Canterbury
    No change in extent

    12

    Anvil Green

    Anvil Green

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/6

    Applies to a small district situated ¼ North of Waltham. Principal owner Sir John Honywood, Bart.

    no change in extent
    Various owners

    12

    Sutton Hook Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Sutton Hook Wood

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/6

    Applies to a small wood adjoining Hobday's Wood on the south. Owner Sir John Honywood Bart.

    No change in extent
    Miss A.Vickers Sarness Farm, Waltham

    12

    Sarness Farm

    Sarness Farm

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/6

    Applies to a farm situated in the north end of Waltham Village, owner Sir John Honywood Bart., Evington, Elmsted

    .

    12

    Litter Wood
    [In Roman print font]

    Litter Wood

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/5

    Applies to a small wood situated a ¼ South West of Anvil Green. Owner Sir John Honywood.

    .

    12

    Old Workhouse

    Old Workhouse
    See page [16]

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/3

    Applies to a large house formerly used as a workhouse, situated 5 chains North of the Methodist Chapel. The property of Mr Dilnot, Waltham

    .

    12

    Methodist Chapel
    (Wesleyan)

    Methodist Chapel
    (Wesleyan)
    See page [16]

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/5/6

    Applies to a place of worship situated about .?. of a mile North East of Anvil Green. The property of Wesleyans

    .

    .

    Amended March 1940

    13

    Sarness Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Sarness Wood

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/6/4

    Applies to a wood situated 12 chains east of Sarness Farm. The property of Sir John Honywood Bart. Evington nr Ashford, Kent.

    Miss A. Vickers, Sarness Farm Kent

    13

    Stubb's Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Stubb's Wood

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/6/5

    Applies to a wood situated a short distance east of Dunties Wood. Owner Sir John Honywood Bart.

    Mr Mount, Waddenhall Farm, Waltham
    No change in extent

    13

    Dunties Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Dunties Wood

    T. Vickers Esq, Sarness Farm, Waltham

    56/6/5

    Applies to a wood situated ½ mile South Westor Waddenhall Wood. Owner Sir John Honywood

    No change in extent

    13

    Hault Farm - to be investigated at next revision- Hautt 7 july 37

    Hault Farm
    See Page [16]

    Mr J.F. Wood (agent) Chequers Inn, Petham

    56/6/1

    Applies to a farm situated 1 mile South West of Petham. The property of Henry Ramsay Mackay Esq. Petham House, Petham

    .

    13

    Earley Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Earley Wood

    Mr J.F. Wood (agent) Chequers Inn, Petham

    56/6/1

    Applies to a large wood situated ¾ mile South of Petham. Owner Henry Ramsay Mackay Esq. Petham House, Petham

    Captain Mackay, Petham and Mrs F.A. Ford, Haults Farm, Waltham.
    no change in extent

    13

    Hobday's Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Hobday's Wood

    Mr J.F. Wood (agent) Chequers Inn, Petham

    56/6/4

    Applies to a wood adjoining Sutton Hook Wood on the north side . Owner Henry Ramsay Mackay

    Captain Mackay, Petham and Mr F.A. Ford, Hautt Fam, Waltham.
    no change in extent

    .

    14

    Yawlings Wood
    [In Roman Print font]

    Yawlings Wood

    Mr J.F. Wood (agent), Chequers Inn, Petham

    56/6/4,3

    Applies to a wood situated about 30 chains South East of Hault Farm. The property of Henry Ramsay Mackay Esq, Petham House Petham

    Mr F.A. Ford, Hautt Farm, Waltham
    no change in extent



    Volume signed off by W.H. Johnston Lieutenant Royal Engineers D.O.H. [dated] 18 Oct 1906


    Note in the Name Book reads:
    Kent
    SHEET LVI N.W.
    Two very much ploughed over barrows are visible
    in a field north west of Buckholt Farm, 500 yards from the Farm.
    Magnetic bearings from the junction of the road to the
    Farm and the Penny Pot- Sole Street Road: 1st barrow,
    152 degrees, 2nd barrow, 162 degrees. The two barrows are
    about 50 yards apart, and 150 yards from Sole Street
    road. Their shape is now rather indeterminate, but they
    are too big for Saxon barrows and more likely to be Bronze
    Age. There are vague traces of a third barrow.
    The site should be marked on the 6-Inch map.
    Mentioned by Payne, Coll. Cant. 201



    Additional un-numbered pages in the book. For reference I have numbered them in brackets []. Compiled by L. Skinner T.C.A. [civilian assistant] in May 1940

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    List of Names as written on the Plan

    Various modes of Spelling the same Names

    Authority for those modes of Spelling

    Situation
    Sheet/Plan/Trace

    Descriptive Remarks

    [15]

    .

    Dane Chantry
    Change of Name
    Dane Farm
    Obsolete

    Mrs E.C. Meakin occupier

    56/6/3.16

    Applies to a private residence aituated about 20 chains South of Lower Dane Farm

    [15]

    .

    Stone Street Farm

    Percy underwood Esq. (owner & occupier)

    56/6/6,8

    Situated 15 chains South East of Dane Chantry.

    .

    [16]

    .

    Waltham Court
    Change of Name
    Old Workhouse
    Obsolete

    L.H. Rayner Esq
    p.p. Captain G.G.P. Hewett Royal Navy (owner & occupier)

    56/5/3,16

    Applies to a private residence situated about 7 chains North of Methodist Church

    [16]

    .

    Compasses (P.H.) [publich house]
    Change of Name
    Compasses (B.H.) [beer house]
    Obsolete

    E.J. Sadler Esq. Occupier

    56/5/4,12

    Applies to a fully licensed (p.H.) situated in Solestreet. Property of [Fromlins?] Ltd. Brewers, 20 White Hart Lane, London N.17

    [16]

    .

    Methodist Church
    Change of Name
    Methodist Chapel
    Obsolete

    Rev. Robert Bewick, Supt. Minister, 71 Whitstable Road, Canterbury

    56/5/4,6

    Situated about 12 chains South West of Hautts Farm. Property of the Methodist Society

    [16]

    .

    Hautts Farm
    Change of Name
    Hault Farm
    Obsolete

    F.A. Ford Esq. Owner and occupier

    56/6/1,13

    Applies to a farmstead & outbuildings situated about 1 mile South West of Petham

    .

    [17]

    .

    Penny Pot House
    change of Name
    Penny Pot Inn
    Obsolete

    W.J. Blackman Esq. Occupier

    56/1/1,15

    Applies to a licensed (B.H.) situated about 4 chains North of Upper Thruxted Farm. Property of George Beer & Rigden, brewers Faversham

    [17]

    .

    Charing Cottage

    W.G. Little Esq. owner and occupier

    56/1/3,8

    A private residence situates about 26 chains North of Capel Farm

    [17]

    .

    Garwick Cottage

    A. Graham Esq. Owner & occupier
    Name on gate

    56/1/4,5

    A provate residence situated about 23 chains South West of penny Pot House (B.H)

    [17]

    .

    Thruxted Mill
    (Tallow, Fats etc)

    W.Groves Esq. Director

    56/1/4,7

    A mill employed in producing animal by-products such as tallow, fats & fertilizers. Property of Eastern by-Products. Situated about 17 chains South of Upper Thruxted Farm.

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    [18]

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    Pennypot Road

    B.G. Chittenden Esq., Suveyor, Bridge Blean Rural District council, Canterbury

    56/1/4,11

    extends from a point about 2 chains North of Thruxted in a South direction to the cross roads at Solestreet about 18 chains East of the Compasses (P.H.)

    [18]

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    Kenfield Road

    B.G. Chittenden Esq., Suveyor, Bridge Blean Rural District council, Canterbury

    56/2/1,3

    Extends from Chartham Downs Road to Garlinge Green Road

    [18]

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    Garlinge Green Road

    B.G. Chittenden Esq., Suveyor, Bridge Blean Rural District council, Canterbury

    56/2/1,4

    Extends from Perry Hill via Garlinge Green to the Vicarage Petham



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