Coachman’s Cottage – 429 on the 1841 tithe
Coachman’s Cottage was built about 1863 as a coach house for Col. Byrde and renamed at a later stage. Lewis Edmund wrote in his diary on 4th Feb 1864 “at Col. Byrde, repairing the pantile on the new coach house.”
Further to this all I have is the information given on the 1891 and 1901 census when Albert Coleman was living there.
In the 1950’s is was two flats, my best friends sister lived there after her marriage so we visited occasionally.
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