I am hoping someone may be able to assist me with the following: An illegal 'hovel' was built on Midgham Green c.1770 by Stephen Tegg. In c.1841 a gt.grandson William Tegg was living in a cottage on Midgham Green. Shortly afterwards he moved away. William was one of only two 'ordinary' householders to pay tax around this time the other being Mr. Goswell. A cottage on Midgham Green survives from around this time and I have a current map showing its position. I would like to confirm, if possible, if the illegal hovel is the thatched cob cottage presently known as ''Toad Hall'' on the Green or not. I do not know what happened to William Tegg's home after he moved or even if his home was in fact the same one built by Stephen. If anyone can throw any light on this for me, (however dim!), I would be very grateful.