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St Margaret's Village History
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Building plots for sale in Well Lane, 30 August 1901
Sale particulars of plots in Well Lane, St Margaret's at Cliffe - Friday, 30 August 1901. Vendor Mr A Crundall..
Charabanc outside Madge's shop, Well Lane
A Tilling Stevens charabanc of the East Kent Road Car Company, registration no. FN 5060, outside Madge's shop on the corner of Well Lane, waiting to depart with a private party. Early 20th century
Cherry Tree Cottage, Well Lane, 2002
Front view of Cherry Tree Cottage in 2002.
Enfelde, Well Lane
Two black and white photographs taken in a garden, possibly that of Enefelde, the Madge family home. First features a young boy and a young girl Second features the same young boy with an elderly man.
Enfelde, Well Lane and its garden
Black and white photograph of the exterior of a house and its garden, taken in snowy conditions. Comparison with other photographs in the album indicate this may have been the Madge family home, Enefelde in Well ...
Erin Cottages Well Lane, early renovation work. 2008
Erin Cottages, Well Lane - photographs of renovation work, 26 November 2008 a) Front exterior view b) Rear exterior view c) Rear exterior d) 'Erin Cottage rear view'.
Erin Cottages, Well Lane during renovation. 2008
Erin Cottages, Well Lane. Renovation work to interior, 2008. a) Door to rear b) Back window c) Interior view
Erin Cottages, Well Lane. 11 October 2007
Environs of the Erin Cottages, 11 October 2007 a) Bottom of Well Lane from High Street b) The Well Lane garages c) Well Lane garages d )Erin Cottages seen from Well Lane
Garden and St Margaret's church tower in the snow.
Small black and white photo of the tower of St Margaret of Antioch Church taken from the garden of the Madge Family home in Well Lane - Enefelde. There is snow covering the plants ...
Interiors of 'Erin Cottage' during renovation work, 2008
Interiors of 'Erin Cottage', Well Lane, during renovation work. Photographed 26 November 2008. a) The cellar c) The cellar d) Inside the cellar (scan on its side - underside of floor to the right of ...
Madge's Stores. c.1900
Two black and white photographs featuring Madge's Stores, High street, St Margaret's at Cliffe. In the first, the gentleman standing in the doorway appears to be J B Madge, the proprietor. In the second he is standing ...
Properties at the lower end of Well Lane in 2002
a) Village Shop/Off Licence, Well Lane, Summer 2002 b) Former Madge's shop, now a house, Well Lane c) Hairdresser's shop and houses further up Well Lane. All above photographs taken from bottom of Well ...
Residents of Well Lane, from official sources. 1881-1977
Well Lane residents detailed in census returns, electoral registers, burial records, marriage records and monument inscriptions at various times from 1881 to 1977.
Residents of Well Lane. 1871-1901
a - g): Letter enclosing extracts from official Census Returns from 1871 - 1901 detailing the following families: Knott, Coleman, Finnis and Marsh.
The cap on the village well, Well Lane. 2007
a: Photograph of the cap on the village well in Well Lane, 11 October 2007 b: Various notes on the village well from 1815 to 1903.
The Village Shop, Well Lane
Black and white photograph of a man bending down to stroke a dog. Well Lane, St Margaret's, outside the Village Shop when it was run by the Madge family.
Well Cottage and Cherry Tree Cottage, Well Lane
Black and white photograph of what is now Well Cottage with Cherry Tree Cottage in the background
Well Lane, directory extract. 1948-1949
a) Residents of Well Lane, from a directory of 1948 to 1949 b) Letter from Ruth Nicol to Garry W about the name/names for Well Lane - 30 March 2006
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