111-112 Duke Street

111-112 Duke Street
111-112 Duke Street

Construction


The following is taken from British Listed Buildings, History in Structure. Grade 2 listed in 1983.


Once a house now a pair of cottages. C17 & C18. Timber-frame with brick infill and  front facade, roof thatched. 1½ storey, 4 bay on high plinth. C19 Door to 111 to left of centre, door to 112 in right bay. 3 C18 3-light casements.


Doors and windows have cambered heads. Brick facade to eaves. Above are 3 eyebrow dormers with 3 small C18 2-light casements. Roof hipped with ridge piece, outshot to rear and wing to back of 112.


In fact at one time 111 was 2 cottages. 112 was owned by Micheldever House in recent times and occupied by their gardener. Both cottages have been extended to the rear.


Former Occupants


1939

  • 110 (now 111), George (born 1861) & Sarah Richardson (born 1863)

  • 111, Henry (born 1874) & Sarah Steele (born 1880). 111 was probably owned at this time by Joseph Hodder Symes.

  • 112, Edward (born 1903) & Rosina Steele (born 1908) – Edward is the son of Henry &  Sarah  see 1911 Census sch 62, living at 63 or 64 Church Street)


1911 

  • 111, James North (born 1842) a widower living here alone, occupation, general labourer


1901

  • 111, James North, a general labourer, and already a widower, living here with 3 of his 7 children


1901

  • 112, Charles (born 1842) & Sarah Gunner (born 1855) with their daughter Lillian. Charles is  a wheelwright.

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2021

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