Oaten Hill to Cossington Street

A beautiful old street light in Cossington Road


No. 1

1889 Miss K. Evans

For Sale 1907 - St. Augustine's Road, Barton Fields, Canterbury - House containing five bed and dressing rooms, bath, etc., nice conservatory and walled-in garden; £200 down and remainder on mortgate. Dean, 1, Cossington Road, Canterbury


No. 2

1885 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - John Thomas Nightingale, listed under Carriage Builders - 2 Cossington Road & Wincheap Green

1889 John Thomas Nightingale, Wheelwright


No. 3

1889 George Hatten, Rent Collector


No. 6

Mary Brent *


No. 7

T. C. Blackman *


No. 8

Thomas Cole, Tailor *


No. 12

1889 Miss Russell


No. 13

September 12, 1875, christening of Maude Marion Birch, daughter of James Albert and Sophia Birch, of 13 Cossington Road, Lay Clerk of the Cathedral, at Canterbury Cathedral


No. 14

Thomas Wetherall, Railway Porter, mother Elizabeth Wetherall of Faversham )


No. 17

1889 John Henry Norman, Town Sergeant


No. 18

1889 Frederick T. Green, Ashford carrier, Furniture Remover


No. 19

1873 *Certified teachers of phonography... Thomas F. Blake, 19 Cossington Road, Canterbury (Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education)

1889 Miss Sladden



No. 21

1889 William Uden, Gardener


No. 22

Now No. 39 Cossington Road


1889 Mrs. C. C. Knott

*death of an Edward Knott 1868, Cossington Road?


No. 27

1889 Mrs. Court


No. 29

1889 Mrs. Holmes

A great example of the old "boot scrapers" that you can still find on houses in Canterbury (for those old muddy streets, prior to paving)


No. 33

1889 Thomas TERRY, Bricklayer


No. 34

1889 W. P. Lyon, Paperhanger


© T. Machado 2007