~ NEW RUTTINGTON LANE ~

CANTERBURY

Civil Parish - St. Gregory

Municipal Ward - Northgate

 

No. 1

Mary Holmes, Works in the Factory (

 

No. 2

Thomas Graham, Labourer (

 

No. 3

William Hutton, Packer in the Factory (

 

No. 4

Frederick Gann, Labourer (

 

No. 5

Selina Baker, Rag Sorter (

 

No. 6

George Davis, Rag Merchant (

 

No. 9

John C. Styles, Coach Smith (

 

No. 15

Kentish Gazette & Canterbury Press, July 26, 1902 - "City of Canterbury. New Ruttington Lane. Freehold Cottage Property. Messrs. Cooper and Wacher have received instructions to offer by auction, at the Mart, St. Margaret's street, Canterbury on Wednesday, the 30th day of July, 1902, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, Four Substantial Brick and Slated Cottages, being Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18, New Ruttington Lane, with good gardens at the back. In the occupation of Messrs. Pond, Wickenden, Carter and Wickenden weekly tenants. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. Cooper and Wacher, Land Surveyors, Catnerbury; or of Messrs. Lewis and Pain, Solicitors, Dover."

 

No. 16

Richard Moys, White Smith (

Kentish Gazette & Canterbury Press, July 26, 1902 - "City of Canterbury. New Ruttington Lane. Freehold Cottage Property. Messrs. Cooper and Wacher have received instructions to offer by auction, at the Mart, St. Margaret's street, Canterbury on Wednesday, the 30th day of July, 1902, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, Four Substantial Brick and Slated Cottages, being Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18, New Ruttington Lane, with good gardens at the back. In the occupation of Messrs. Pond, Wickenden, Carter and Wickenden weekly tenants. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. Cooper and Wacher, Land Surveyors, Catnerbury; or of Messrs. Lewis and Pain, Solicitors, Dover."

 

No. 17

John & Sarah Baker with sons Henry and William Uden *

James Moys, Gardener (

Kentish Gazette & Canterbury Press, July 26, 1902 - "City of Canterbury. New Ruttington Lane. Freehold Cottage Property. Messrs. Cooper and Wacher have received instructions to offer by auction, at the Mart, St. Margaret's street, Canterbury on Wednesday, the 30th day of July, 1902, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, Four Substantial Brick and Slated Cottages, being Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18, New Ruttington Lane, with good gardens at the back. In the occupation of Messrs. Pond, Wickenden, Carter and Wickenden weekly tenants. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. Cooper and Wacher, Land Surveyors, Catnerbury; or of Messrs. Lewis and Pain, Solicitors, Dover."

 

No. 18

James Moys, Gardener (

Kentish Gazette & Canterbury Press, July 26, 1902 - "City of Canterbury. New Ruttington Lane. Freehold Cottage Property. Messrs. Cooper and Wacher have received instructions to offer by auction, at the Mart, St. Margaret's street, Canterbury on Wednesday, the 30th day of July, 1902, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, Four Substantial Brick and Slated Cottages, being Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18, New Ruttington Lane, with good gardens at the back. In the occupation of Messrs. Pond, Wickenden, Carter and Wickenden weekly tenants. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. Cooper and Wacher, Land Surveyors, Canterbury; or of Messrs. Lewis and Pain, Solicitors, Dover."

 

No. 19

Fanny Sanger, Worker in the Paper Factory (

 

No. 35

Samuel D. Pollard, Watch & Clock Maker (

 

No. 37

1902 Benjamin PILLOW a Drapers Assistant (possibly for Hook & Son Drapers)

 


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