|30 High Street, Ewell|
|Current Occupier (2013)||Currently Unoccupied|
Was Bonne Bon Deli until 2012
|Occupier in 1911||Francis Henry Coakes|
|Details of 1911 Proprietor||Born c.1867 Woodford, Essex. Married 1902 Emily Alice Winifred Hyde (1875-1956). Came to Ewell between 1891 and 1901 and was still there in 1908 but by 1926 he had moved to Staines, where he died on 25 April 1943. Two children - Barbara Winifred (1903-18) and Harry Hyde (1906-89, married Ernesta Ritson Corkill, nee Dewsnup).|
|Details of building, where known||This used to be one of a pair, with Number 28 - see architectural description for 28. Long ago (at least pre-18I9) the site included a pub called The White Horse.
Two storeys, stock brick, four modern sash windows. Plain pediment with half round window. Parapet, hipped slate roof. Timber framed rear.
30 High Street (Left), 2013
Photo by Brian Bouchard