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Thomas Oken's House, Warwick. Photo by David Stowell

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sueswan

I think things have changed, I wouldn't class the people that live in these very poor. I'm eligible if I wanted to live in one because I was born and bred in Medway and that's one of the criteria. The one nearest to me is lovely with big grounds and a view over Rochester and the river...Sue

Your comment below answered a question I had on your other puzzle (almshouses). Good thing with charity - sad that it's needed though..... Thanks Sue! :-))

sueswan

Yes it is eb. We have the Watts Alms houses here in Rochester that were created by Richard Watts who was born in the 14C. These are still being lived in today...Sue

ebkrueg

An interesting person. It's amazing his charity is still going today.

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