St. Dunstan / Northgate


1870's - John W. Kinmount, head, married age 47, Nursery Man, born Scotland, wife Euphemia, age 44, born Scotland, Elizabeth R., daughter, unmarried age 18, born Bishop Auckland, Durham, daughter Margaret, age 11 born Durham, son John age 7 born Addigton, Surrey, Euphemia, daughter age 4 born Addigton, Surrey

Son of Charles Hilder of Whitstable Road....Nelson Albert Hilder, Surgeon died in Australia, - sister Mary Rachel Till, living in Leysdown, Kent

Robert Jones, Quarter Master, East Kent Militia & (no address listed)

Ashley Henry TERRY, Smith, Whitstable Road - 1855 post office directory of Kent

*1851 census, Ashley H. Terry of Whitstable Road, Master Blacksmith born Charthams Kent, son George age 13 born Canterbury, son Ashley H. age 9 born Petham, son John W. age 7 born Harbledown, son Alexander age 4, born Canterbury, daughter Ann C. age 1 born Canterbury.

*1861 census, Ashley Henry TERRY, age 21, Black Smith, born Petham, Kent, wife Sarah Ann TERRY age 20 born Blean, Kent (married Sarah Ann Oakenbull / Oakenfull? Jan - Mar 1861 in Blean), 1871 they now have 6 children and are living in Poplar, London, he's an engine smith at a Factory.


August 2, 1913 - Godden and Son, Auctioneers, House and Estate agents, Station Road East, Canterbury. Have for dispoal the following desirable properties. To let, unfurnished...Whitstable Road. Detached double fronted house, on high ground, with 2 reception rooms, kitchen, etc. 6 bedrooms, nice garden. £45 per annum


August 2, 1913 - List of properties for sale. Canterbury. Whitstable Road, Detached Modern House, having 3 sittingrooms, domestic offices, 4 bedrooms, and bathroom, conservatory, and greenhouse, nice garden well stocked with fruit trees and bushes. Particulars on application to Messrs. Cooper and Wacher, Canterbury


No. 8

Early 1900's James Crisp, General Shop Keeper, daughter Minnie and Ernest his son is a Printer & Compositor

*July 20th, 1907 - The sons and daughters of the late James Crisp, of Whitstable Road, Canterbury, take this opportunity of thanking all kind friends for their help and sympathy during their recent sad bereavement.


No. 9 & 10

1880 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - John Edward Harnden, Coach & Carriage Builders

1885 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - John Edward Harnden, listed under Carriage Builders


No. 16

Walter R. Pierce, Nurseryman and Florist (Gardener) )


No. 17

Two furnished rooms to let, pleasantly situated; home comforts. Mrs. Hall, 17 Whitstable Road, Canterbury


No. 25


Benjamin J. Manning, Retured City Clerk (Church Official) )


No. 26


James A. Long, Grocers Clerk )

Henry Bedford, Clergyman Church of England

Gresswold De Bridgeman


No. 27


May Inge, Brick Merchants wife Amelia, son Percy, son Sidney, son Harry, daughter Bessie, Sarah A. Hobday, Aunt )

August 1913 - For sale by private treaty. The following Freehold property. No. 27, Whitstable Road, Canterbury. For particulars, apply to G.W. Finn and Sons, The Parade, Canterbury


No. 28


Frank Inge, Baker )


No. 29

Thomas Barmes Corn Factor (r)

1903 Thomas R. Barnes, Apartments


No. 30

Mrs. Ovenden


No. 32

Walter Gilbert )

Henry W. Poole )


No. 33

1903 Mrs. Ashton, 33 Whitstable Road


No. 38

1903 James Adcock


No. 40

1882 Major Charles James Hamilton, 2nd Battalion, The Buffs


No. 43 The Red Gables

July 2, 1921 - Mr. Frank Amos offered several lots of freehold property for sale at the Royal Fountain Hotel, Canterbury on Wednesday afternoon. The villa residence, the Red Gables, 43 Whitstable Road was sold to Mrs. Barker for £700



1903 Frank Amos, Whitstable Road *See No. 3 Parade





Cecil M. Gann, Professor of Music )







Alfred Edenden )





Henry Garcia, Survayor of Taxes



John Duncan, Inland Revenue )


THE LAURELS, Whitstable Road (34?)

Charles E. Phillpotts, Retired Military Officer )



Martha Battams



Percival B. Simeod, Brewers Manager )





Pierre C. Duthoit )



Albert Urry )


GLENMORE (29 Whitstable Road)


1865 Poll for two knights of the shire..."name of voter and residence" 1739 William STICKALS, Whitstable Road, Canterbury, listed under parish of St. Peter (it is the parish of qualification) Voted for B., K.

three candidates: Sir Edward Cholmeley Dering, Bart. - Sir Brook William Bridges, Bart. - Sir Norton Joseph Knatchbull, Bart.

*William STICKALS, Clothier & Employer, Whitstable Road ^




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