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Edenbridge Village

Contributed by Lionel Cole
Introduction
SURVEY OF PROPERTIES IN EDENBRIDGE VILLAGE   Part One
West side of the Street and north of the river Eden.
From a collation of information from several sources it is possible to identify nearly all the properties and to locate most of the people living there in the early 19th century.
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates Owner 1849 Rates Occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax Manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
West side of Street, starting from the north as far as Pound Lane.
71 474 House & garden Thomas Alexander empty not mentioned not mentioned …………. Thomas Alexander none none newly built in 1844 demolished
72 471 Four houses & gardens d) David Goodwin William Wood James Holmden George Hoare £6-0s Richard Geare ? none recently built Mount Pleasant
73 do c) David Goodwin Thomas Driver James Holmden Thomas Driver £5-0s Ann Driver Thomas Driver none recently built do
74 do b) David Goodwin William Gratwick James Holmden William Gratwick £5-0s Elizabeth Gratwick, wid. ? none recently built do
75 do a) David Goodwin George Baker James Holmden Stephen Tulley £6-0s Stephen Tulley none recently built do
76 470 Two houses & gardens b) Spencer Leigh ? Spencer Leigh Emma Holmden £5-10s James Reynolds Spencer Leigh none recently built do
77 do a) Spencer Leigh ? Spencer Leigh Joseph Sparrowhawk £4-0s Joseph Sparrowhawk ? none recently built do
78 463 Two houses & gardens Thomas Alexander James Golding Thomas Alexander Henry Russell £7-0s Henry Russell William Winter House Thomas Alexander, occ William Winter. £1-10s Stangrave 3d (north end of Painters) 1788 Painters now divided into two tenements 1593 Master Fryer
79 do Thomas Alexander empty Thomas Alexander John Humphrey £4-10s John Humphrey John Beaves do together with the blacksmith's shop there Jill Jones
80 462 House & garden Thomas Alexander himself Thomas Alexander Charles Hoare £18-0s Charles Hoare none House Thomas Alexander, occ Henry Heaysman. £1-10s Stangrave 3d (south end of Painters) do 1593 Roman Catholic Church building
80 do Thomas Alexander himself Thomas Alexander Charles Hoare Charles Hoare none House Thomas Alexander, occ Henry Heaysman. £1-10s Stangrave 2d (Barnehawe) attached to south side of Painters by which it was absorbed 1697 Roman Catholic Church building
Ebenezer Chapel built by John Tyler in 1808 Bridges Centre
83 459 Three houses & gardens James Holmden James Wood James Holmden James Wood £4-10s James Wood Edward Purser ? Two houses. Heirs of George Gilbert, occ Edward Purser. £2 Stangrave. Tenement 1s 8d. 1697 Parkers
84 do James Holmden William King James Holmden William King £4-0s William King ? do 1697 house
85 do James Holmden Ambrose Gibbons James Holmden John Jenner £3-10s John Jenner Ambrose Gibbons do do 1697 house
86 458 House & garden Thomas Humphrey Richard Jordan Humphrey (deceased) George Hoare £6-10s ? ? Cottage John & Richard Humphrey, occ Wm Jordan. £1 Starborough 4s. Two messuages & one acre. 1580 Purr Fect Pets
87 457 House & meadow James Mellish William Creasy James Mellish William Creasy £15-0s William Creasy William Creasy Part of Forge Croft £8. John & Richard Humphrey Starborough 10d. Smith's Forge & one acre once called Ascomes; extends across Street to Forge Orchard 1549 Wine Rack
88 456 House Richard Jordan Richard Jordan Richard Jordan Richard Jordan £9-0s Richard Jordan Richard Jordan House £1-10s. William Corke, occ William Coates. Stangrave 6d probably part of TA 455 originally. 1697 Something Special
89 455 White Horse Inn Robert Day James West Robert Day James West £18-0s James West James West Public House £5 Stangrave 10d The White Horse was a public house at least as early as 1681 1499 White Horse Inn 
90 454 House, buildings & Meadow Richard MacMichael himself Spencer Leigh himself £15-0s Spencer Leigh Walter MacMichael Dwelling & field. Walter MacMichael, occ James Mellish. £5 Stangrave 4d Batts, named after John Bates of Cowden (15th centurt) 1499 Alliance & Leicester
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
Pound Lane
70 451 House & garden Mary Ray Thomas Ray Mrs Ray (deceased) Thomas Ray (senior) £4-10s Thomas Ray, etc Thomas Ray, etc Pound House. Anne Ray, widow. £1-10s perhaps part of Stangrave demesne 1777 Pound House
69 450 Four houses & gardens Augustus Corke George Saxby Augustus Corke George Saxby £4-0s John Davey George Saxby Paradise. Augustus Corke, occ himself. £5 Stangrave 21/2d. Messuage called Paradice……
68 do Augustus Corke William Peacock Augustus Corke Henry Pellatt £4-0s Henry Pallatt William Peacock ……..and a garden adjoining near the Pound 1502 houses
67 do Augustus Corke William Jeffery Augustus Corke John Potter £3-0s Henry Peacock
66 do Augustus Corke William Coomber Augustus Corke William Coomber £3-0s William Coomber William Coomber
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
West side of street between Pound Lane and river Eden.
94 453 House & Garden John Chandler himself John Chandler Kipping £12-0s Thomas Kipping ?John Barnard not recorded separately Stangrave 3d Tenement 1678 part of Citizens' Advice Bureau
………?95 do do do do do Stangrave 5d Tenement 1678 do
95 do do do do himself £20-0s John Chandler John Chandler Augustus Corke, occ John Chandler. £5 Stangrave 8d Messuage & garden near Crown Inn included a shop 1657 Lloyds TSB Bank
96 452 Doggetts Homestead Sir George Farrant Richard Holmden Sir George Farrant Richard Holmden ………… not recorded Richard Holmden House & farm. Martha Holmden, occ herself.  Stangrave 1s 2d Doggetts the house is called Doggetts.Alternative name Coombe House 1697 Edenbridge Museum
97 510 Crown Inn Thomas Parsons himself Thomas Parsons himself £21-10s Isaac Gascoigne Thomas Parsons Public House. George Holmden, occ Thomas Parsons. £6 originally Stangrave 9d, including Bowling Green has been the Crown since at least 1593 1593 The Crown
98 511 House & garden William Corke (deceased) James Mellish William Corke (deceased) James Mellish £10-0s James Mellish James Mellish House . William Corke, occ himself. £7 Stangrave 1s 8d Messuage & one acre of land (part) once called Jenners 1678 replaced by modern buildings
99 512 House & garden William Corke (deceased) George Doggett William Corke (deceased) George Doggett £20-0s James Mellish ? ? House . William Corke, occ himself. £6 Stangrave 1s 8d Messuage & one acre of land (part) once called Jenners 1678 replaced by modern buildings
100 513 House & garden William Corke (deceased) William Card William Corke (deceased) William Card £3-10s William Card William Card not recorded separately Stangrave 1s 8d Messuage & one acre of land (part) cottage & small garden adjoining two messuages once Jenners 1678 now an open space (Leathermarket)
101 514 House & garden Robert Parsons Bet Cole Robert Parsons Mrs Bishop £40-0s James Dickenson Bet Cole House. Robert Parsons, occ William Friend. £3-10s Starborough 1s Messuage in Edenbridge 1634 now an open space (Leathermarket)
102 515 White Hart George Langridge himself George Langridge himself ………… George Langridge George Langridge House. George Langridge. £4 Stangrave 1s. Two tenements, one the White Hart first mention of White Hart 1721 1672 Chocolate Box, Surprises.
103 516 Tanyard & House William Saunders William Bonnick William Saunders William Bonnick £25-0s William Bonnick William Bonnick Tanyard. William Saunders, occ William Bonnick. £4 Stangrave 1s 51/2d Messuage & Tanyard 1635 Tanyard House
104 749 Houses & gardens (part) Great Stone Bridge James Wallis……… Great Stone Bridge Thomas Sales £3-0s Thomas Sales Thomas Sales ………………………………………………………………… Starborough 1s 4d Messuage, garden & 9 acres Bridge House (Starborough), purchased by Bridge in 1673 1580 Thatchers barber shop
105 749 Houses & gardens (part) Great Stone Bridge and others Great Stone Bridge William Langridge £3-10s William Langridge Edward Langridge …………………………………………………………………… Starborough 1s 4d Messuage, garden & 9 acres Bridge House (Starborough), purchased by Bridge in 1673 1580
106 749 Houses & gardens (part) Great Stone Bridge James Wallis……… Great Stone Bridge Widow Seal £3-10s ?Benjamin Seal James Wallis …………………………………………………………………… Starborough 1s 4d Messuage, garden & 9 acres Bridge House (Starborough), purchased by Bridge in 1673 1580
107 749 Houses & gardens (part) Great Stone Bridge and others Great Stone Bridge James Wallis £8-0s James Wallis James Wallis ………………………………………………………………….. Starborough 1s 4d Messuage, garden & 9 acres Bridge House (Starborough), purchased by Bridge in 1673 1580
108 748 House & garden (part) Great Stone Bridge ? Great Stone Bridge ?James Wickenden £6-10s ? ? ……………………………………………………………………. Starborough 4d. Messuage called the Bull Woodgates & Skutts.The Bull in 1613, but  the sign of the Bull…. 1571 Pet Foods
109 748 House & garden (part) Great Stone Bridge Mary Bassett Great Stone Bridge Mrs Bassett £12-0s ? Mary Bassett, widow House. Great Stone Bridge, occ Ann Humphrey. £2 Starborough 4d. Messuage called the Bull …moved to TA 505 about 1700-10. W&G retained the name also! 1571 Bradfords
110 747 House & garden (part) Great Stone Bridge William Shoebridge Great Stone Bridge Frank Lane £5-0s Frank Porter Lane William Shoubridge ………………………………………………………………… Stangrave 1s. Bridge House. Bridge House (Stangrave), purchased by Bridge in 1636 1471 Express Keys & Lock Service
109 746 House & garden (part) Great Stone Bridge Edward Theobalds Great Stone Bridge Edward Theobalds £4-0s Edward Theobalds Edward Theobalds ………………………………………………………………… Stangrave 1s. Bridge House. Bridge House (Stangrave), purchased by Bridge in 1636 1471 Quality Tandoori Restaurant
SURVEY OF PROPERTIES IN EDENBRIDGE VILLAGE. Part two
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax Manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
East side of Street, starting from the north as far as the passageway to the Market Place.
265 477 House & garden, 2 acres. (part) Mrs Hayton herself Mrs Hayton herself ………… Mary Hayton, widow Mary Hayton House & land. Mary Hayton, occ William Butterworth. £11 Stangrave. Tenement 4d.                 (Chimneys) Chimneys and Falconers were combined about ….. 1605 Ibbett Moseley
265 477 House & garden, 2 acres. (part) Mrs Hayton herself Mrs Hayton herself £42-0s Mary Hayton, widow Mary Hayton House & land. Mary Hayton, occ William Butterworth. £11 Stangrave. Tenement 8d.                 (Falconers) 1797. A fine house was built: the contents were…. 1475 Way Back When
…………. ………………………………………. …………………………… ………………………… …………………………. ……………………….. …………. ………………………….. …………………………. …………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………. ..described in Maidstone Journal Feb 14th 1815 ………….. ……………………………………………………..
264 478 House & garden Mary Ann Head (Coleman) Nicholas Wickenden Mrs Coleman Nicholas Wickenden £6-10s Nicholas Wickenden Nicholas Wickenden House. Edward Leigh, occ Nicholas Wickenden. £4 Stangrave. Tenement 1s                  (Windows) Wydons (?)                 Formerly Joan Roman's. 1475 Boots
263 479 House & garden Edward Skinner Joseph Simmons Edward Skinner Joseph Simmons £3-10s Joseph Simmons Joseph Simmons House. Heirs of James Skinner, occ Joseph Simmons. £1-10 Stangrave. Tenement & garden 31/2d Before 1814 part of a larger property (Stangrave…. 1475 Talking Heads
262 480 Two houses & gardens William Goodwin Longley William Goodwin John Simmons £3-0s John Simmons Philadelphia Longley House William Goodwin, occ George Longley      £1 Stangrave. Tenement & garden 31/2d ..1s 2d) Bluebells florist
261 480 do William Goodwin Fuller William Goodwin James Holman £3-0s James Holman George Fuller House William Goodwin, occ James Chappell      £1 do do 1475 do
260 481 Two houses & gardens George Langridge John Payne William Goodwin Elizabeth Payne £3-0s Elizabeth Payne, widow John Payne House George Langridge, occ John Payne.          £1 do do 1475 Bradfords
259 481 do George Langridge William Hollands? William Goodwin William Hollands £3-0s William Hollands Wilkliam Hollands House George Langridge, occ William Hollands.   £1 do do 1475 do
258 482 Two houses & gardens William Goodwin James Mills William Goodwin James Mills £3-0s James Mills James Mills House George Ellis, occ James Mills                   £1 do do 1475 Haywards
257 do William Goodwin William Payne William Goodwin James Weaire £3-0s James Weaire William Payne House George Ellis, occ James Payne                £1 do do 1475 do
256 483 Three houses & a garden Thomas Alexander Spencer Leigh Thomas Alexander Samuel Longley £7-0s Samuel Longley William Collins Stangrave. Tenement 8d  1475 do
255 do Thomas Alexander John Pocknell Thomas Alexander John Pocknell £3-10s John Pocknell John Pocknell House Thomas Alexander, occ John Pocknell       £1-10s do 1475 Somerfield
254 do Thomas Alexander George Buckwell Thomas Alexander Miss Barton £8-0s William Winter House Thomas Alexander, occ Williasm Winter    £1-10s do 1475 do
253 485 House, garden & field Thomas Alexander William Winter William Winter himself £11-10s William Winter, senior William Winter Part of Forge Crofts. Mary Hayton, occ Th. Alexander. £8 Part of the Bowling Green, Stangrave 9d Originally belonged to the Crown Inn. 1594 Edenbridge Furnishing & Barclays.
113 486 Forge Orchard Richard Smith himself Richard Smith himself £2-0s not inhabited not inhabited Part of Forge Crofts. John & Richard Humphrey     £8. Part of Smith's Forge & One Acre. (Starborough 10d) Problem: J & R Humphreys sold it to Rev Hayton…. 1671 a gap and then Allman, butcher.
………….. ……………………………………….. …………………………… ……………………….. ……………………………….. …………………………. …………. …………………………. ……………………….. …………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………. ..who died in 1830, leaving it to his dau Mary Hayton ……………. ………………………………………………………..
252 487 Two houses & garden Jeremiah Bassett John East Jeremiah Bassett John East £3-0s John East John East House. Jeremiah Bassett, occ himself                   £2 Stangrave 3d. Northern part of a tenement & garden Originally part of Ashcombes (Stangrave 6d) 1615 Second hand shop
251 487 Two houses & garden Jeremiah Bassett John Roffe Jeremiah Bassett Charles Hoadley £7-0s ? William Bassett do do do 1615 do
250 488 House & garden Anna Maria Leigh Joseph Nash Anna M Leigh Giles £10-0s Henry John Giles Joseph Nash House. Anna Maria Leigh, occ William Pettit          £2 Stangrave 3d. Southern part of a tenement & garden Originally part of Ashcombes (Stangrave 6d) 1615 Durrants, once the Post Office
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax Manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name  
The east side of the Street from the passageway to the Market Place to the corner with Church Street.
242 489a House & garden Robert Parsons William Sparrowhawk Trustees of Market William Sparrowhawk £6-10s Thomas Sparrowhawk Thomas Sparrowhawk Cottages & orchard. Rob Parsons, occ Richard Anscomb.£3 Stangrave. Tenement & garden in Edenbridge. 1s 6d formerly called Dowles 1620 Entrance to Market Place and Natwest Bank
248 489 Eleven cottages & gardens Robert Parsons John Jeffery Trustees of Market John Jeffery £2-0s John Jeffery ………………………. do do do 1620 do
247 do do Richard Anscomb do Richard Anscomb £2-10s Richard Anscombe ………………………. do do do 1620 do
245 do do William Smeed do William Smeed £4-0s William Smeet William Smeed do do do 1620 do
244 do do Martin Bassett do George Buckwell £3-0s Thomas Glover do do do 1620 do
243 do do William Chapman do James Chapman £3-0s William Chapman William Chapman do do do 1620 do
246 do do Henry Pellet do Card £2-10s Charlotte Card, widow ……………………….. do do do 1620 do
249 do Market Committee do William Pocknell do Market Committee £2-0s ……………………….. ……………………….. do do do 1620 do
………….. ……………………………………….. do William Wheeler do ……………………….. ………… ……………………….. ……………………….. do do do 1620 do
…………. ……………………………………….. do Henry Head do ………………………….. ………….. ……………………….. …………………………. do do do 1620 do
241 490 House & garden Thomas Langridge Ann Saxby Thomas Langridge Ann Saxby £9-0s William Saxby William Saxby House. William Saxby, occ himself                     £2-10s Stangrave. Tenement 2d 1697 Magic Wok, Alma House
240 491Three houses & gardens Mrs Glover George Chapman Heirs of Margaret Glover George Chapman £3-0s Martin Wickenden Martin Wickenden House. Heirs of Thomas Glover, occ Thomas Langridge. £4 Stangrave. Tenement 8d ?         1641 Coral
239 do Mrs Glover Thomas Langridge Heirs of Margaret Glover Thomas Langridge £7-10s Thomas Langridge Thomas Langridge do do Higgledy-Piggledy
227 do Mrs Glover James Paine Heirs of Margaret Glover George Wood £3-0s George Wood George Wood do Stangrave. The King's Head 1s 6d known as the King's Head in 1679 1678 Church Cottage
238 492 House & garden William Nicholson himself William Nicholson himself £10-10s William Nicholson William Nicholson House. William Nicholson                                     £1-10s Stangrave. Tenement 1s 10d 1678 HSBC Bank
237 493 Two houses & garden Mary Hayton Isaac Fuller Mary Hayton George Nicholson £3-10s Robert Chalker House. Mary Hayton, occ James Groves Stangrave. Messuage late the Griffin 1s 8d known as the Griffin in 1595. Originally the house… 1595 Chevertons
236 do Mary Hayton Mary Hayton William Peacock £1-0s William Peacock James Beasley do do …was built for Sir William Taillour (1406-1483)…..
235 do Mary Hayton James Groves Mary Hayton Groves £2-0s Sally Groves, widow James Groves do do ..alderman and grocer of London. Known as Taylour
..House.
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax Manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
The north side of Church Street from west to east
234 494 House Nicholas Withers himself Nicholas Withers himself £18-0s Nicholas Withers Nicholas Withers House. Nicholas Withers, occ himself                      £2 Stangrave. Tenement 10d This was for long a shop. Originally called Snowerhill 1546 part of Chevertons
234 494 (Cottage) Nicholas Withers himself £2-10s which was also the original name of the Square.
233 495 House Thomas Chapman Samuel Longley Thomas Chapman himself £5-10s Thomas Chapman Samuel Longley and…. House. John Theobalds, occ himself. £1-10s. However…… Stangrave 6d. Part of a Messuage & garden called.. Haywards or Mustards was originally a farmhouse.. 1670 Lennox Cato
……….. ………………………………….. ……………………….. ……………………………………………………….. ……………………….. …………. ……………………… William Jordan the real owner may have been John or George Kilner. …Haywards. the location of the lands uncertain.
231 496 House John Wilds himself John Wilds himself £5-0s John Wilds John Wilds House. John Wilds, occ himself                                £1 Stangrave 2d. Part of…….Haywards part of Haywards 1670 Lennox Cato
230 497 Cottage Robert Parsons Thomas Chantler John Wickenden Thomas Chantler £3-10s Thomas Chantler Thomas Chantler House. Robert Parsons, unoccupied                         £1 Stangrave 2d. Part of…….Haywards part of Haywards 1670 T J Amey & Eden Sound
229 498 Cottage William Corke als Turley Henry Peacock Nicholas Withers Henry Peacock £2-10s Henry Peacock ? John Beeching House. William Turley (als Corke), occ Nich. Withers £1-10s Stangrave 2d. Part of…….Haywards part of Haywards 1670 "The Priest House"
228 do William Corke als Turley Hannah Jenner Nicholas Withers Hannah Jenner £2-10s Hannah Jenner William Jenner ………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… ……………. …………………………………………………..
…………. 499 Late Workhouse Richard Davis unoccupied ………………………….. ……………………….. ………….. …………………………. ………………………. House. Parish Officers, occ themselves.                    £3 Stangrave 8d. Two tenements known as the Chequer Inn. Sold to the Parish Officers in 1771. 1650 Called the Chequer Inn in 1740. 1n 1650 there ..
…………. ……………………………………….. …………………………….. …………………………. …………………………….. ………………………… …………. …………………………. …………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………….. …………… were almshouses there.
………….. 500 Church & Yard ………………………….. …………………………. ………………………….. …………………………. ………… …………………………… …………………………… ………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………… ………….. ……………………………………………………..
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax Manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
The south side of Church Street from east to west
226 502 House & garden Mary Ray herself Heirs of Mary Ray Richard Chalker £3-10s Robert Chalker Mary Ray House.Michael Ray, occ himself                                £3-10s Stangrave 4d. Tenement in Edenbridge part of Coles or Coles Houses 1697 a large Victorian house
217 501 House,garden & brewhouse James Shearman John King James Shearman John King £12-0s ? James Longley Brewhouse. Richard Shearman,occ Edmund King.      £12 Stangrave. Messuage 1s do."messuage next unto the churchyard" 1525 renovated cottages
225 503 (part). Houses & gardens William Goodwin Jenner William Goodwin Jenner £3-10s Elizabeth Jenner, widow Jonathan Jenner House. John Curd, occ William Goodwin                    £1 Stangrave. Tenement in Church Lane. 3/4d part of "Three Tenements 2d" (1740) 1671 Lychgate Cottages
225 do William Goodwin Elizabeth Killick William Goodwin Elizabeth Killick £3-10s Elizabeth Killick, widow Elizabeth Killick ………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………. …………………………………………………. ………….. ……………………….
225 do William Goodwin Edward Still William Goodwin Edward Still £3-10s Edward Still Edward Still ………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………. …………………………………………………. ………….. ………………………
221 503 (part). Houses & gardens William Goodwin himself William Goodwin himself £5-0s William Goodwin William Goodwin House.William Goodwin, occ Michael Humphrey             10s Stangrave. Tenement in Church Lane. 3/4d  part of "Three Tenements 2d" (1740). Once Coopers 1671 a four storey building of the 19th century(part)
222 do William Goodwin John Theobalds William Goodwin John Theobalds £3-10s John Theobalds John Theobalds House. William Goodwin, occ John Theobalds                 10s …………….. ……………………………………………………
220 504 Two houses James Holmden Thomas Miller James Holmden Thomas Miller £3-0s Thomas Miller Thomas Miller House. James Holmden, occ James Chapman            £1 Stangrave. Tenement 1/2d and another, no value part of "Three Tenements 2d" (1740) 1671 a four storey building of the 19th century(part)
219 do James Holmden Michael Humphrey James Holmden Michael Humphrey £3-0s Michael Humphrey Michael Humphrey …………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………….. …………………………………………………. …………… …………………………………………….
Rates No 1844 Tithe Award No & description owner occupant 1849 Rates owner 1849 Rates occupant Value 1851 Census 1841 Census 1832 Land Tax Manorial entry earlier history earliest ref present or recent name
The east side of The Square and Street from Church Lane to the river Eden
213 505 Three houses & gardens James Stanford Thomas Chantler Frederick Stanford himself £13-10s ? Thomas Chantler House. James Stanford, occ Thomas Chantler            £3-10s Stangrave. Tenement in Edenbridge 7d about 1700-10 became "The Bull" instead of ….. 1697 Farringtons, Bookshop
214 do James Stanford John Richardson Frederick Stanford Miss Ballard £4-10s ? ? do do  ………Woodgates & Skutts (Tithe Award 748) do do
216 do James Stanford William Waghorn Frederick Stanford Sarah Baker £1-10s ? ? do do do do do
218 506 Two houses & gardens late William Corke Crundwell late William Corke John Crundwell £4-10s John Crundwell John Crundwell House. William Corke, occ William Gratwick              £2 Stangrave. Tenement 3d once Hasyldens (before 1713) 1510 King & Queen (part)
217 506 do late William Corke King late William Corke John King £7-0s John King John King House. William Corke, occ John King                      £1-10s Stangrave. Tenement 2d 1661 King & Queen (part)
215 507 House George Head Emma Holmden Mrs Head John King £5-0s Elizabeth Woodhams George Head and George Head, occ himself                                       £1 Stangrave. Tenement 5d belonged to Great Stone Bridge 1758-1796 1661 Riding Tackle, Fishing Tackle
………….. ………………………………………. …………………………… ……………………….. …………………………….. ………………………. ………… ………………………….. Elizabeth Ballard ……………………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………….. …………………… ……………………………………………………..
213 508 Watermill & house James Stanford Frederick Stanford Frederick Stanford himself £43-0s Frederick Stanford Frederick Stanford House & mill. James Stanford, occ himself                £24 Stangrave. Corn Water Mill 4s 1268 two mills in Edenbridge: this could be one 1393 Honours Mill
212 509 Six houses & gardens Frances Mills Robert Starbruck Frances Mills Richard Chapman £3-10s Jesse Jeal ? John Wickenden ? Houses. Reuben Mills, occ Thomas Wicken, Jacob Brown.. Stangrave. Tenement in Edenbridge 1s 2d 1393 between Honours Mill and the river
211 do Frances Mills John Fowler Frances Mills John Bachelor £4-0s John Bachelor ? … and John Wickenden.                                          £3 do
210 do Frances Mills Charles Hollands Frances Mills Charles Hollands £4-0s John Silford Charles Hollands ……………………………………………………………….. do
209 do Frances Mills William Jenner Frances Mills William Jenner £4-0s William Jenner William Jenner ……………………………………………………………….. do
208 do Frances Mills George Bellchambers Frances Mills George Bellchambers £4-0s George Bellchambers ? …………………………………………………………….. do
207 do Frances Mills Thomas Langridge Frances Mills William Bassett £6-0s William Bassett ? ……………………………………………………………….. Starborough. Messuage & garden 1s

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