~ ALL SAINTS LANE ~

"Break Pot Lane"

CANTERBURY

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Names of families that lived in All Saints Lane:

Hutchins

Kingham

Shilling

Hammond

Fist

Robinson

 

The black & white house that you see on the right is All Saint's Court (No. 1), the building is c. 1500's

 

No. 1

All Saint's Court

John COWPER, Bricklayer, wife Mary, children Ellen, Louisa, Charlotte %

Major F. W. Tomlinson, F.S.A., All Saints' Court, All Saints' Lane, Canterbury (1951)

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William Kelsey, Agricultural Labourer and Attendent on Steam Thrasher &

George Robinson, Watercress Seller &

Connecting to All Saints Lane we also find:

Gould's Passage

All Saints' Square

Webbs Passage

 

No. 4

Joseph ROYLE, Smith %

 

No. 5

Elizabeth WIGARELL %

 

No. 6

Thomas MARTIN, chairmaker & wife Elizabeth %

 

 

No. 7

Charlotte GOLDFINCH %

 

No. 8

James HUTCHINGS, Chimney Sweep )


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