I have access to an index of the census returns for St Nicholas-at-Wade in 1841-1911, with the names of everyone in the village on the night of the census, which can be used to help assist in locating your ancestors; there are also some interesting statistics on trends in population/employment.
Unfortunately, in some years very few actual addresses are recorded in St Nicholas, e.g. one sees merely "The Street" or even "The Village" - and often we find conflicting information such as different dates or place of birth. But more detailed information is sometimes available for a fee.
I have access to a list of the 'monumental inscriptions' in St Nicholas-at-Wade Cemetery and many of those in the church, and can arrange for photos to be taken.
For more general info, you may find Thanet genealogy of interest.