Overall you get the feel that a visitor from 1900 would not notice too many changes (except I suspect house prices, clearly there are not too many agricultural labourers living in the cottages at present).
To see the village as it was in the 1860s a copy of White's Directory for 1863 is attached.
My ancestors were the Kenny, Simons and Ward families who lived in the village late 1600s/early 1700s. William Simons was a farmer (so his will says) and would have been born about 1680 (I don't know where). If anyone knows anything about these families please contact me on: