Stow House, The Street
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  Extract from the Will of Peter Good of Charmouth, Protestant Dissenting Minister. I give my now erected Messuage with back court and garden deed of conveyance dates 1804 being of the north side of the street and bounded on the west by a Messuage or dwelling in possession of Morgan and known by the name of the George Inn and on the east by a Messuage or dwelling house and lands in tenure or possession of Mr. William Burnard, Canvas Manufacturer and which I purchased of said William Burnard unto my beloved wife Rebecca Good and her heirs 21 January 1807
Extract from the Will of his wife, Rebecca Good dated 1814 I give unto Ebenezer Johnston Senior of the City of London and John Golding of East Street in Bridport , Dorset Esq, all that Messuage or dwelling house wherein I now live with the Back Court, Garden and Appurtenances thereto belonging situated on the north side of the Street in Charmouth aforesaid and which was given and devised to me by the last Aill and Testament of Peter Good my late deceased husband to hold unto and use of the said trustees during the natural life of my daughter, Rebecca Burnard, the wife of William Burnard, Canvas Manufacturer, all profits for her own use. Proved in 1818
In 1819 William Burnard is shown as the owner and rents it Mr. Creed. By 1826, Dr. Sweeting, The Village Dotor is renting it.
Burnard, William - Self - House and Garden - 19. £ 1-11-6 
Burnard, William - Self - House and Garden - 11d. £ 0-16-10 Poor Rates in the year 1832 

"Stowe House" It has a certain amount of charm and the old paving of beach In 1914 it was occupied by Simmonds, who helped to form and start the first troop of Scouts in the village in that year; he was also sacristan of the Church. In more recent years it was a small boarding house kept by Mr. & Mrs. Harper until Mr. Harper died in 1953.

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