Hill Cottage, which stood alongside the Coastguard Station, was home to generations of the ‘fishing Millers’. ‘Old Henry Miller’, his bachelor son Tom, and many of their ancestors had been deeply involved in smuggling whilst living next door to the officers charged with stamping out the trade.
On 29 September 1939, the following were living at Hill Cottage:
|MILLER||Thomas W||M||81||1858||Single||Hill Cottage|
|WATKINSON||Kezia E||F||71||1868||Widow||Hill Cottage|
|WATKINSON||Victor P||M||12||1927||Single||Hill Cottage|
Only the outline of Hill Cottage remains today.