Holy Cross, Westgate Without


2 cases of measles attended to in an epidemic of this disease in Westgate Street, Canterbury during 1852 by G. Rigden, Esq. (138 cases total in the city)

15 cases were fatal of the 138 cases seen. Association Medical Journal


1847 Richard Barnett, French Polisher, Westgate Street


Hannah Foord &

Elizabeth Court, Neice

*death of a Hannah Foord in Bridge in 1872

*Creditors under 22 & 23 Vict. cap. 35. Last day of claim. Tuesday, March 25, 1873. Hannah Foord, Canterbury, Kent, Spinster. Apirl 19. Callaway and Furley, Canterbury. The Solicitors' Journal & Reporter April 5, 1873


No. 17

1922 Hadfield's Hygienic Bakeries. Veda Bread. 14th Century Building with 20th Century methods. Teas Provided.


No. 29

1903 T. & L. Ashenden, land agents, surveyors & expenditors to the hon. commissioners of sewers for East Kent


WESTGATE HOUSE (St. Dunstan's Street)

Edith C. Croasdill

1879 list of Subscribers to Canterbury in the Olden Time by John Brent - Mrs. Croasdill, Westgate House, Canterbury

*Elizabeth Kelly c.1766 (Westgate Street)

Gurney Croasdill age 45

*Mr. Robert Walker recalled.....When did Gurney CROASDILL leave Canterbury? In 1848 (PP)

Clarence Croasdill age 40

*Legal Case 1837 - Philpott against Elizabeth Kelley. Trover for port wine, bottles, casks, &c. Pleas: Not guilty, and the statute of limitations. Issues thereon. At the trial before Lord Lyndhurst C. B. at the Spring assizes for Kent, 1834, one Croasdill, son-in-law of the defendent, was called on behalf of the plaintiff, and stated that in 1825 he took charge of a pipe of port wine for the plaintiff, to whom it belonged, and placed it in the defendents cellar by her leave. Some proof was given that he at that time asked her to take part of it on her own account. It appeared further, that, in November 1826, a commission of bankrupt issued against Croasdill founded on acts of bankruptcy committed during that year, and an assignment was executed on the 6th of December 1826. Before Christmas the wine was claimed of the defendant by the assignees, but she refused to deliver it. Messrs. Brooks and Co., solicitors for the plaintiff, wrote the following letter to the defendant, dated the 26th December 1826: ............etc.



Stephen HOGBEN, Cordwainer

William HUNTER, Fellmonger


James LEFEVER, Woolcomber

Richard HEWSON, Bricklayer

William BULLINGER, Grocer

Charles OAKENFULL, Cordwainer

Stephen SOLLY & Stephen SOLLY Jun., Harness Makers

Thomas DAVEY, Tailor

George WHITING, Victualler

William FLAMMON? Grocer

John SMALL, Plumber



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