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31-10-14 Vol 49  The Court Rolls and other records of the Manor of Ightham as a contribution to Local History Second and final part.
                                By Sir Edward Harrison.
31-10-14 Vol 49  Castleguard Service of Dover Castle. By F. W. Hardman, LL.D., F.S.A.
31-10-14 Vol 49  Plans of Dover Harbour in Sixteenth Century. By Alec Macdonald
31-10-14 Vol 49  Hythe Wills. First Part, A to F. By Arthur Hussey
31-10-14 Vol 49  Additional notes on the Horne and Chute Families of Appledore. By F. W. Cock, M.D., F.S.A.
31-10-14 Vol 49  St Leonards, Deal. Notes on its architecture together with the hatchments and its Post-Reformation History.
                                 By Sir Gerald Woods Wollaston, K.G.B., K.C.V.O., Garter King of Arms, the Rev. C. Eveleigh Woodruff 
                                 and W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A.

31-10-14 Vol 49  Hollingbourne Manor and the Culpepers. By Aymer Vallance, F.S.A.
31-10-14 Vol 49  The Parliamentary Survey of the Precincts of Canterbury Cathedral in the time of the Commonwealth. 
                                  By the Rev. C. Eveleigh Woodruff
31-10-14 Vol 49  A helm in Goudhurst Church. By F. H. Cripps-Day
31-10-14 Vol 49  Saxon Records of Tenterden. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
31-10-14 Vol 49  Early Kent Maps (Sixteenth Century). By the Rev. Canon Grevile M. Livett, B.A., F.S.A.
31-10-14 Vol 49  Mediaeval discoveries at Stonar.  By B. W. Pearce, M.A., F.S.A.
31-10-14 Vol 49  A Pit Dwelling of the Early Iron Age at Rainham, Kent. By Norman Cook
31-10-14 Vol 49  Reports
31-10-14 Vol 49  Miscellaneous Notes:
31-10-14 Vol 49  Reviews:
31-10-14 Vol 49  Addendum
31-10-14 Vol 49  Correction
31-10-14 Vol 49  General Index

29-10-14 Vol 50 
The adventures of a Kentish Spy. By F. C. Elliston Erwood, F.S.A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  The stall carvings in the Church of St Mary of Charity, Faversham. By G. C. Druce, F.S.A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  The Register and Chartulary of the Hospital of St Laurence, Canterbury. By The Rev. C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  The Sea Valley of Deal. By F. W. Hardman, LL.D., F. S. A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  King Oswin—A Forgotten Ruler of Kent. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  The usurpation of King Swaebheard. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  The hatchments in the churches of Canterbury. By N. E. Toke
29-10-14 Vol 50  Hythe Wills. Second Part, G. to M By Arthur Hussey
29-10-14 Vol 50  The Manor of Boughton Aluph and Sir Thomas De Aldon. By Dorothy Gardiner
29-10-14 Vol 50  The Medieval Painted Glass of Boughton Aluph .By C. R. Councer
29-10-14 Vol 50  Supplementary Note on Early Kent Maps. By Canon G. M. Livett, F.S.A.
29-10-14 Vol 50  Reports
29-10-14 Vol 50  Miscellaneous Notes
29-10-14 Vol 50  Reviews
29-10-14 Vol 50  Obituaries
29-10-14 Vol 50  General Index

27-10-14 Vol 51  Swiss stained glass at Temple Ewell. By N. E. Toke
27-10-14 Vol 51 
The life and records of Eadberht, son of King Wihtred. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
27-10-14 Vol 51  Hythe Wills. Third and Final Part By Arthur Hussey.
27-10-14 Vol 51  St Austin's Abbey, Canterbury. Treasurers Accounts' 1468-9, and others. Part I By Charles Cotton, O.B.E., F.R.C.P.E.
27-10-14 Vol 51  Notes on an ancient house in Church Lane, Canterbury. By Dorothy Gardiner
27-10-14 Vol 51  The Diary of Isabella, wife of Sir Roger Twysden Baronet, of Royden Hall, East Peckham, 1645-1651.
                                 By The Rev. F. W. Bennitt, M.A.
27-10-14 Vol 51  Excavations on Oldbury Hill, Ightham, 1938.. By J. B. Ward Perkins
27-10-14 Vol 51  Notes on some excavations of the nature of Deneholes. By W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S.
27-10-14 Vol 51  A Custumal of New Romney. By F. William Cock, M.D., F.S.A.
27-10-14 Vol 51  The Bech Find. Prehistoric and Roman site on the foreshore at Minnis Bay. Report and Catalogue 
                               by Major P. H. G. Powell-Cotton and G. F. Pinfold
27-10-14 Vol 51  Reports
27-10-14 Vol 51  Miscellaneous Notes
27-10-14 Vol 51  Reviews
27-10-14 Vol 51  Obituary
27-10-14 Vol 51  General Index

25-10-14 Vol 53  Notes on the inner life and domestic economy of the Priory of Christ Church, Canterbury, in the Fifteenth Century. 
                                By C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A.
25-10-14 Vol 53  Some Records of Ightham Parish. By Sir Edward Harrison
25-10-14 Vol 53  The wi-wara-wics. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
25-10-14 Vol 53  The Medieval Officials-Principal of Rochester. By The Rev. A. L. Browne, M.A.
25-10-14 Vol 53  Stonar and the Wantsum Channel. Part I.—Physiograpical.
                                By F. W. Hardman, LL.D., F.S.A., and W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S.
25-10-14 Vol 53  Heraldic Notices of the Church of St Martin, Herne. By C. R. Councer
25-10-14 Vol 53  Hilles's or Helle's Court, Ash. By W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S.
25-10-14 Vol 53  A Roman Pottery Kiln at Canterbury. By Graham Webster
25-10-14 Vol 53  Note on the Kiln Structure. By R. F. .Jessup, F.S.A.
                                Canterbury Kiln site, the pottery. By J. S. Kirkman, M.A.
                                Canterbury Kiln Site. Sherd register.. By J. S. Kirkman, M.A
                                Additional notes on the Kiln Pottery. G.A.W
25-10-14 Vol 53  Miscellaneous Notes
25-10-14 Vol 53  Reviews
25-10-14 Vol 53  Obituary
25-10-14 Vol 53  General Index

23-10-14 Vol 54  James Ryman—a forgotten Kentish Poet. By A. G. Little, D.Litt., Litt.D., F.B.A.
23-10-14 Vol 54  The Church of St Helen in Canterbury. A Forgotten Sanctuary. By C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A.
23-10-14 Vol 54 
Earthworks in Joydens Wood, Bexley, Kent. By A. H. A. Hogg
23-10-14 Vol 54  Earthworks on Hayes and West Wickham Commons. By A. H. A. Hogg, B. H. St. J. O’Neil and C. E. Steven
                              Appendix. By B. H. St. J. O’Neil
23-10-14 Vol 54  St Margaret's Bay, and the Roman Roads from Richborough to Dover and Canterbury. By Cecil Knox
23-10-14 Vol 54  Stonar and the Wantsum Channel. Part II.— Historical.
                               By F. W. Hardman, LL.D., F.S.A., and W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S.
                               Appendix. Polychrome Pottery from Stonar. By G. C. Dunning, F.S.A.
23-10-14 Vol 54  The age of Saint Mildred's Church, Canterbury. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
23-10-14 Vol 54  Miscellaneous Notes
23-10-14 Vol 54  Obituary
23-10-14 Vol 54  General Index

21-10-14 Vol 56 
Thomas Cockes, the Diarist. By Dorothy Gardiner
21-10-14 Vol 56  The iconography of Darenth Font. By The Rev. A. H. Collins, M.A., F.S.A.
21-10-14 Vol 56  Thomas Heron of Chilham. By B. F. Jessup, F.S.A.
21-10-14 Vol 56  St. Mildred's Church, Canterbury, further notes on the site. By Canon R. U. Potts, F.S.A.
21-10-14 Vol 56  The Saxon History of the Wantsun. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
21-10-14 Vol 56  Cherry Garden Hill Tumulus, Folkestone. By W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S.
                               Report on the human remains. By Professor A. J. F. Cave, M.D.
21-10-14 Vol 56  Notes on bronze objects from Shooters Hill, Kent, and elsewhere and the antiquity of "Jews’harps". 
                               By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
21-10-14 Vol 56  Two Burial Groups of Belgic Age, Hothfield Common, near Ashford. By J. G. S. Brinson, Lt. R.E.
21-10-14 Vol 56  Henry Yevele, architect, and his works in Kent. By John H. Harvey
21-10-14 Vol 56  A hand list of English Enclosure Acts and Awards. Part 17.—Open Fields, Commons and Enclosures in Kent. 
                               By W. E. Tate, F.R.Hist.S.
21-10-14 Vol 56  Miscellaneous Notes
21-10-14 Vol 56  Review
21-10-14 Vol 56  Kent Records Society Notice
21-10-14 Vol 56  Obituaries
21-10-14 Vol 56  The Council for British Archaeology
21-10-14 Vol 56  General Index

19-10-14 Vol 59 
Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  Farnborough Manor in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. By M. F. Bond, M.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  Saxon Abbots of Dover and Reculver. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  Roman Roads in West Kent. By Ivan D. Margary, F.S.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  Canterbury Excavations: September-October, 1944. Report by Mrs. Audrey Williams, F.S.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  The Parish, and Reputed Manor of Oxney near Dover.  By the late F. W. Hardman, LL.D., F.S.A.,
                               W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S., and C. H. Gardner of Ringwould

19-10-14 Vol 59  Some Kentish Indents. By R. H. D’Elboux, M.C., F.S.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  The Medieval and Renaissance Painted Glass of Eastwell. By C. B. Councer, F.S.A.
19-10-14 Vol 59  Reports
19-10-14 Vol 59  Miscellaneous Notes
19-10-14 Vol 59  Review
19-10-14 Vol 59  General Index

17-10-14 Vol 60  King Wihtred’s Charter of A.D.699. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
17-10-14 Vol 60  Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
17-10-14 Vol 60  John Philipot, M.P., Somerset Herald, 1624-1645 By H. Stanford London, F.S.A.
17-10-14 Vol 60  Some Kentish Indents—II. By R. H. D’Elboux, M.C., M.A., F.S.A.
17-10-14 Vol 60  The Old Royal Faversham Powder Mills and its Storekeeper. By W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A.
17-10-14 Vol 60  Canterbury Excavations in 1945. By Audrey Williams, F.S.A.
17-10-14 Vol 60  Reports
17-10-14 Vol 60  Miscellaneous Notes
17-10-14 Vol 60  Reviews
17-10-14 Vol 60  Obituary
17-10-14 Vol 60  General Index

15-10-14 Vol 61  Canterbury Excavations, Christmas, 1945, and Easter, 1946. By Audrey Williams, F.S.A. and Sheppard Frere, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61 
Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Inventories. By Leslie Sherwood, B.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Hengest. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  A Mayor of Canterbury: William Watmer, the Children’s Friend. By Dorothy Gardiner, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  An Incised Slab at West Wickham. By F. A. Greenhill, M.A., F.S.A.(Scot.)
15-10-14 Vol 61  Some Kentish Indents, III. By R. H. D’Elboux, M.C., M.A., F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Ancient Monuments in Kent. By B. F. Jessup, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Notes on Roman Roads in East Kent. By Ivan D. Margary, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Excavations in Joyden’s Wood, Bexley. By H. M. Colvin, M.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Smythe’s Megalith. By John H. Evans, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Salt Hill: A Lost Canterbury Tumulus. By William Urry
15-10-14 Vol 61  An Early Iron Age Site at Borden. By F. H. Worsfold, F.S.A.
15-10-14 Vol 61  Dover in 1066. Extracts. Translated by Geoffrey Bosanquet
15-10-14 Vol 61  Glass and Monuments formerly in the Church of Gillingham. By C. B. Councer, F.S.A.15-10-14 Vol 61  
15-10-14 Vol 61  Darent Valley Archaeological Research—Schedule of New Discoveries in Darent Valley, 1947-48
15-10-14 Vol 61  Miscellaneous Notes
15-10-14 Vol 61  Book Notices
15-10-14 Vol 61  Obituaries
15-10-14 Vol 61  General Index

13-10-14 Vol 62  A New Romney Mayoral Dispute By Frank W. Jessup, F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62 
The New Romney Fencible Cavalry (Duke of York’s Own) 1794 to 1800. By Colonel E. A. C. Fazan, M.C., T.D., D.L.A
08-10-03 Vol 62  First Century Urn-Field at Cheriton, near Folkestone. By P. J. Tester and H. F. Bing, M.A., F.R.Hist.S
13-10-14 Vol 62  A Note on the Mead Way, The Street and Doddinghyrnan in Rochester. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  The Roman Watling Street from Canterbury to Dover. By Frank Jenkins
13-10-14 Vol 62  The Brooke Tomb, Cobham. By B. H. D’Elboux, F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  Signed Monuments in Kentish Churches. By Rupert Gunnis
13-10-14 Vol 62  Notes on the Probable Course of the Roman Road from Lympne to Dover. By Ivan D. Margary, F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  Thomas Vicarv. A Famous Maidstone Surgeon. By John W. Bridge, F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  An Inscribed Roman Altar Discovered at Napchester, near Dover. By M. P. Dare, M.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  St. Augustine of Canterbury and the Saxon Church in Kent. By Harold F. Binq, M.A., F.R.Hist.S
13-10-14 Vol 62  A Disciple of the Druids. The Beale Poste MSS. By John H. Evans, F.S.A.
13-10-14 Vol 62  Miscellaneous Notes
13-10-14 Vol 62  Reviews
13-10-14 Vol 62  Notices
13-10-14 Vol 62  Obituary—Canon Potts
13-10-14 Vol 62  General Index

11-10-14 Vol 63  The Lullingstone Roman Villa. By Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Meates, F.S.A., E. Greenfield and Edwyn Birchenough, M.A.
11-10-14 Vol 63  The Carmelite Friary of Aylesford. By Hugh Braun, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A.
11-10-14 Vol 63  The Vikings come to Thanet. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
11-10-14 Vol 63  Kentish Megalith Types. By John H. Evans, F.S.A., F.R.G.S.
11-10-14 Vol 63  Canterbury. Excavations in Burgate Street, 1946-8. By Frank Jenkins
11-10-14 Vol 63  John Hall of Maidstone. By John W. Bridge, F.S.A.
11-10-14 Vol 63  Paleolithic Flint Implements from the Bowman’s Lodge Gravel Pit, Dartford Heath. By P. J. Tester
07-10-03  Vol 63  A Note on the Rebuilding of Knole by Archbishop Bourgchier. By F. B. H. DuBoulay, M.A.
11-10-14 Vol 63  Heraldic Decoration of the Drawbridge of the Medieval Bridge of Rochester.
                               By The Rev. Canon S. W. Wheatley, F.S.A.
11-10-14 Vol 63  Researches and Discoveries in Kent, 1950
11-10-14 Vol 63  Miscellaneous Notes
11-10-14 Vol 63  Reviews
11-10-14 Vol 63  Notices
11-10-14 Vol 63  Obituaries
11-10-14 Vol 63  General Index

09-10-14 Vol 64  A Sydney Lawsuit. By M. R. Toynbee, F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Dudda’s Land in Canterbury. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  The North Downs Main Trackways. By Ivan D. Margary,. F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  The Cartulary of Leeds Priory. By Leslie Sherwood
09-10-14 Vol 64  Two Mounds at Nash Court, Boughton. By R. F. Jessup, F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  John Lewis of Margate. By The Rev. Canon John Shirley, D.D., F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Three Associated Neolithic Axes from Pembury. By P. J. Tester
09-10-14 Vol 64  Archaeological Notebook. Canterbury, 1949-51. By Frank Jenkins
09-10-14 Vol 64  An Early Poor Law Account from Shorne. By A. F. Allen
09-10-14 Vol 64  The Kent Properties of the Nunnery of St. Mary, Clerkenwell. By W. O. Hassall, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Tudor Wall Paintings in Gore Street House, Monkton, Thanet. By F. H. Worsfold, F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. Second Series. Part I. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Excavations at Keston Church, 1950. By E. D. C. Jackson and N. Piercy Fox
09-10-14 Vol 64  Ancient Human Bones from Canterbury Cathedral. By The Rev. Canon F. John Shirley, D.D., F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Some Kentish Indents. IV. By R. H. D’Elboux, M.C., M.A., F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Excavations at Dover, 1945-1947. By Leslie Murray Threipland, B.A., F.S.A., and K. A. Steer, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A.
09-10-14 Vol 64  Researches and Discoveries in Kent, 1950
09-10-14 Vol 64  Miscellaneous Notes
09-10-14 Vol 64  Reviews
03-02-04 Vol 64  Obituaries
09-10-14 Vol 64  General Index

07-10-14 Vol 65  Upnor Castle, Kent. By B. H. St. J. O’Neil, F.S.A., and S. Evans
07-10-14 Vol 65  The Saxon History of the Town and Port of Romney. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  The Lullingstone Roman Villa. By Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Meates, F.S.A., E. Greenfield and Edwyn Birchenough, M.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  Maidstone Geneva. An Old Maidstone Industry. By John W. Bridge, F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  Surface Palaeoliths from Standardhill Farm, near Elham. By P. J. Tester
07-10-14 Vol 65  A Bronze Sword from Folkestone. By J. D. Cowen, M.C., M.A., F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  Jenkin’s Well, Parker’s Corner, Upper (Old) Deal. By W. P. D. Stebbing, J.P., F.S.A., F.G.S.
07-10-14 Vol 65  The Tomb of Horsa. By John H. Evans, F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  Canterbury Excavations, June-December, 1947. By Frank Jenkins
07-10-14 Vol 65  On the Ghosts of Some Brasses Formerly in Canterbury Cathedral. By F. A. Greenhill, M.A., F.S.A.(Scot.)
07-10-14 Vol 65  Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. Second Series. Part II. By F. C. Elliston Erwood, F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  A Roman Land Settlement near Rochester. By Michael D. Nightingale, B.Sc.(Agric.), B.Litt
07-10-14 Vol 65  The Whiteheath Excavations Holloingbourne. By L. B. A. Grove, B.A., F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  The Ancient Glass from Petham Church now in Canterbury Cathedral. By C. B. Councer, F.S.A.
07-10-14 Vol 65  The Romano-British Settlement at Springhead. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
07-10-14 Vol 65  Researches and Discoveries in Kent, 1951-2
07-10-14 Vol 65  Miscellaneous Notes
07-10-14 Vol 65  Book Reviews
07-10-14 Vol 66  Obituary
07-10-14 Vol 65  General Index

05-10-14 Vol 66  The Faussett Pavilion. Part I. By B. F. Jessup, F.S.A., Part 2. By George Zarnecki, M.A., Ph.D.
05-10-14 Vol 66  The Lullingstone Roman Villa. By Lieut.-Colonel G.W. Meates, F.S.A.
05-10-14 Vol 66  The Thanet Seaports, 1650-1750. By John H. Andrews.
05-10-14 Vol 66  Plans of, and brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches Second Series, Part III. By F. C. Elliston Erwood, F.S.A.
05-10-14 Vol 66  Excavations at Reculver, Kent, 1951. By F. H. Thompson
05-10-14 Vol 66  Kent Hop-Tokens. By John W. Bridge, F.S.A.
00-12-04 Vol 66  The Kent Archives Office. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
05-10-14 Vol 66  A Discovery of Acheulian Implements in the deposits of the Dartford Heath Terrace. By P. J. Tester
05-10-14 Vol 66  Roman Burials at Welling. By P. J. Tester
05-10-14 Vol 66  The Dominical or Sunday Letter Dial, in Eastry Church, Kent. By F. H. Worsfold, F.S.A.
05-10-14 Vol 66  The Genius Cuccatus in Kent. By Frank Jenkins.
05-10-14 Vol 66  Two notes on Guernes De Pont Sainte-Maxence: Vie De Saint Thomas. By William Urry, B.A.
00-12-04 Vol 66  Kentish Tradesmen in the Early Nineteenth Century. By Elizabeth Melling, B.A.
05-10-14 Vol 66  Archaeological Horizons in the North Kent Marshes. By John H. Evans, F.S.A., F.R.G.S.
05-10-14 Vol 66  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
05-10-14 Vol 66  Miscellaneous Notes
05-10-14 Vol 66  Reviews
05-10-14 Vol 66  General Index

03-10-14 Vol 68 
Excavation of a Roman Barrow at Holborough, Snodland. By B. F. Jessup with N. C. Cook and J. M. C. Toynbee
03-10-14 Vol 68  Birchley and the Randolphs of Biddenden. By H. B. Thomas, O.B.E.
03-10-14 Vol 68  Romano-British Potteries on the Upchurch Marshes. By I. Noel Hume
03-10-14 Vol 68  King Hlothere. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
03-10-14 Vol 68  The Lathe in the Early Sixteenth Century. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D
03-10-14 Vol 68  Canterbury Excavations, Summer, 1946. By Sheppard Frere, F.S.A.
03-10-14 Vol 68  Roman and other remains from Chalk near Gravesend. By A. F. Allen
03-10-14 Vol 68  An Early Kentish Militia Roll. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
03-10-14 Vol 68  Excavations on the Site of a Romano-British Settlement in Joyden’s Wood, near Bexley.
                                 By P. J. Tester and J. E. L. Caiger
03-10-14 Vol 68  The Rochester Bridge Lands in Grain. By John H. Evans, F.S.A., F.R.G.S.
03-10-14 Vol 68  Kent Archives Office Accessions, 1953-4
0-108-04 Vol 68  Researches and Discoveries in Kent 
03-10-14 Vol 68  Miscellaneous Notes
03-10-14 Vol 68  Reviews
03-10-14 Vol 68  Obituary: B.H. St. John O’Neil, M.A., F.S.A.
03-10-14 Vol 68  General Index

12-04-03 Vol 69 
The Jutish Cemetery at Lyminge. By Alan Warhurst, B.A., A.M.A.
01-10-14 Vol 69  The Witan Meets at Canterbury. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
01-10-14 Vol 69  The 1955 Dover Treasure Trove. By B. H. M. Dolley, F.S.A.
01-10-14 Vol 69  An Unusual Roman Sherd from the Upchurch Marshes. By J. M. C. Toynbee and I. Noel Hume
01-10-14 Vol 69  The Wedding Journey of King Charles I. By Margaret Toynbee, F.S.A.
01-10-14 Vol 69  Bee Boles and Beehouses. By V. F. Desborough
01-10-14 Vol 69  Warbank, Keston: A Romano-British Site. By Nancy Piercy Fox, B.A.01-10-14 Vol 69  
01-10-14 Vol 69  The Berkeleys of Canterbury. By Dorothy Gardiner, F.S.A.
01-10-14 Vol 69  The Trade of the Port of Faversham, 1650-1750. By J. H. Andrews
01-10-14 Vol 69  Excavation of a Medieval Garderobe in Snargate Street, Dover, in 1945. By M. M. Rix and G. C. Dunning
01-10-14 Vol 69  Thomas Becon, Canon of Canterbury. By H. B. Thomas, O.B.E.
01-10-14 Vol 69  A Tour into Kent, 1759. Edited by F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
01-10-14 Vol 69  Farewell to Piltdown
14-08-04 Vol 69  Kent Archives Office. Accessions, 1954-55
01-10-14 Vol 69  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
01-10-14 Vol 69  Miscellaneous Notes
01-10-14 Vol 69  Reviews
01-10-14 Vol 69  Book Notices
01-10-14 Vol 69  Obituary
01-10-14 Vol 69  General Index

31-03-03 Vol 70 
The Origin and First Hundred Years of the Society. By Frank W. Jessup, Honorary General Secretary
29-09-14 Vol 70  A Group of Mounds on Seasalter Level, near Whitstable, and the Medieval Imbanking in this Area. By M. W. Thompson

29-09-14 Vol 70  Sir Arnald Savage of Bobbing. By Professor J. S. Roskell, M.A., D.Phil
29-09-14 Vol 70  An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Holborough, Kent. By Vera I. Evison
29-09-14 Vol 70  The Whitstable Copperas Industry. By Robert H. Goodsall, F.R.I.B.A.
29-09-14 Vol 70  Ritual Burials on the Upchurch Marshes. By I. Noel Hume
29-09-14 Vol 70  The "Temple of Mithras" at Burham. By R. F. Jessup, F.S.A.
29-09-14 Vol 70  St. Thomas a Becket’s Well, Otford. By F. B. Pateman and others
29-09-14 Vol 70  Old Stones, Ightham. By Sir Edward Harrison
29-09-14 Vol 70  An Anglo-Saxon Grave near Dartford, Kent. By David M. Wilson
29-09-14 Vol 70  Nameless or Nehallenia. By Frank Jenkins, F.S.A.
29-09-14 Vol 70  Miscellaneous Notes on some Kent Roads and Allied Matters. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
29-09-14 Vol 70  Kentish Historiography. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph. D.
29-09-14 Vol 70  Inventory of Richard Hooker, 1601. Edited by Rosemary Keen, B.A.
29-09-14 Vol 70  Further Bee Boles in Kent. By V. F. Desborough
18-08-04 Vol 70  Kent Archives Office—Accessions 1955-56
29-09-14 Vol 70  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
29-09-14 Vol 70  Reviews
29-09-14 Vol 70  Obituaries
29-09-14 Vol 70  General Index

28-09-14 Vol 71  The Follies of Kingsgate. By Ronald Jessup, F.S.A.
28-09-14 Vol 71  Excavations in Dover. By L. Murray Threipland
28-09-14 Vol 71  The Cult of the Dea Nutrix in Kent. By Frank Jenkins, F.S.A.
28-09-14 Vol 71  The Riddle of the Old Stones: A personal retrospect. By Sir Edward Harrison
28-09-14 Vol 71  The Romano-British Settlement at Springhead. Excavation of the Bakery, Site A. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
28-09-14 Vol 71  Watermills on the River Len. By Robert H. Goodsall
28-09-14 Vol 71  A Roman Bath-House at Little Chart, Kent. By John Eame
28-09-14 Vol 71  Forged Anglo-Saxon Charters. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
28-09-14 Vol 71  Hall Place, Bexley. By P. J. Tester
28-09-14 Vol 71  A New Coin of the Kentish Rebel Eadbearht Praen. By R. H. M. Dolley, F.S.A.
28-09-14 Vol 71  Recent Discoveries at Reculver. By Brian J. Philp
28-09-14 Vol 71  The Biddenden and Boundgate Turnpike Road, 1766-1883. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
28-09-14 Vol 71  The Lost Village of Merston. By A. F. Allen
28-09-14 Vol 71  English Politics and the Sheriff of Kent, 1378. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D., and Rosemary A. Keen, B.A.
28-09-14 Vol 71  A Chest of Thirteenth-Century Type from Wormshill Church. By L. R. A. Grove, F.S.A.
19-08-04 Vol 71  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1956-57
28-09-14 Vol 71  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
28-09-14 Vol 71  Miscellaneous Notes
28-09-14 Vol 71  Reviews
28-09-14 Vol 71  Obituaries
28-09-14 Vol 71  General Index

28-09-14 Vol 72  The Astleys of Maidstone. By Robert H. Goodsall, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A.(Retd.)
10-01-11 Vol 72 
Medieval Buildings in the Joyden’s Wood Square Earthwork. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. and J. E. L. Caiger
28-09-14 Vol 72  Bexley Church: Some Early Documents. By F. B. H. Du Boulay, M.A., F.R.Hist.S
28-09-14 Vol 72  Melcombe Mill: A Fourteenth Century Building Account. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
28-09-14 Vol 72  The Cult of the "Pseudo-Venus" in Kent. By Frank Jenkins, F.S.A.
28-09-14 Vol 72  The Romano-British Settlement at Springhead. Excavation of the Watling Street, Shop and Pedestal, Site B. 
                                 By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
28-09-14 Vol 72  Dover: Stembrook and St. Martin-le-Grand, 1956. By Philip A. Rahtz
28-09-14 Vol 72  The Lowy of Tonbridge. By W. V. Dumbreck
28-09-14 Vol 72  The Custumal of Kent. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D.

28-09-14 Vol 72  Discoveries at Reculver, 1955-57. By Brian J. Philp
28-09-14 Vol 72  The Employment of an Eighteenth Century Organist. By Robert H. Hiscock, LL.B.
28-09-14 Vol 72  Messrs. Best, Brewers of Chatham. By Rosemary A. Keen, B.A.
19-08-04 Vol 72  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1957-58
28-09-14 Vol 72  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
28-09-14 Vol 72  Miscellaneous Notes
28-09-14 Vol 72  Reviews
28-09-14 Vol 72  Obituaries
28-09-14 Vol 72  General Index

21-09-14 Vol 73  The Romano-British Settlement at Springhead; Excavation of Temple I, Site Cl. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
00-10-05 Vol 73  A Survey of Kent Place-Names. By P. H. Reaney, Litt.D., Ph.D., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
21-09-14 Vol 73  Chatham Dockyard; Early Leases and Conveyances for its Building during the 16th and 17th Centuries.
                                By Frederick Cull, F.R.I.C.S.
21-09-14 Vol 73  Reculver; Excavations on the Roman Fort in 1957. By Brian J. Philp, A.C.C.S.
30-07-04 Vol 73  Late-Continued Demesne Farming at Otford. By F. R. H. Du Boulay, M.A., F.R.Hist.S.
21-09-14 Vol 73  The Astleys of Maidstone. By Robert H. Goodsall
21-09-14 Vol 73  Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, 1717-1806. By Kathleen Spears
21-09-14 Vol 73  The Apparition of Mrs. Veal to Mrs. Bargrave at Canterbury, 8th of September, 1705. By Frank Higenbottam
31-07-04 Vol 73  More Notes on Kentish Roads. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
31-07-04 Vol 73  Chiddingstone Early Poor Law Accounts. By June Gibbons
31-07-04 Vol 73  The Anglo-Saxon Plane from Sarre. By G.C. Dunning, F.S.A. and W. L. Goodman
05-07-04 Vol 73  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1958-59
01-08-04 Vol 73  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
21-09-14 Vol 73  Miscellaneous Notes
25-04-04 Vol 73  Emigration to the United States of America (U.S.A.) from Sandhurst, Kent 1826-1828
                               By Noreen C. Holmes
21-09-14 Vol 73  Reviews
21-09-14 Vol 73  General Index

19-09-14 Vol 74  The Descent of the Manor of Evegate in Smeeth with Some Account of its Lords. By N. H. MacMichael
19-09-14 Vol 74  The Round Barrows of East Kent. By P. Ashbee, F.S.A., and G. C. Dunning, F.S.A.
19-09-14 Vol 74  A Neolithic Pit and Other Finds from Wingham, East Kent. By Ernest Greenfield
19-09-14 Vol 74  Town Clerk of Sandwich, 1768-1785. By Colin Matson
19-09-14 Vol 74  Some Early Chalkwells in N. W. Kent. By John E. L. Caiger
19-09-14 Vol 74  More Kentish Bee Boles. By Mrs. V. F. Desborough
19-09-14 Vol 74  The Island Road. By David S. Stafford
19-09-14 Vol 74  Eltham Palace. By Anthony Emery
19-09-14 Vol 74  Springhead: Temples III and IV. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
19-09-14 Vol 74  Mary-le-bone Hill, Sandwich. By J. D. Ogilvie
19-09-14 Vol 74  Two Pottery Kilns and a Tilery of the Roman Period at Canterbury (Durovernum Cantiacorum). By Frank Jenkins, F.S.A.
19-09-14 Vol 74  Thurnham Roman Villa. By Elizabeth Pine
20-08-04 Vol 74  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1959-60
19-09-14 Vol 74  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
19-09-14 Vol 74  Miscellaneous Notes
19-09-14 Vol 74  Reviews
19-09-14 Vol 74  Obituaries
19-09-14 Vol 74  General Index

17-09-14 Vol 75 
SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  General comments on the data
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  The structure of aspirations
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660 The structure of aspirations The poor
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660 The structure of aspirations Social rehabilitation
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660 The structure of aspirations Municipal betterments
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660, The structure of aspirations, Education
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660, The structure of aspirations, Religion
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  The structure of charities in the parishes
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  The impact of London on the county
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  The impact of the county on the nation
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  The structure of class aspirations
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  Appendix
17-09-14 Vol 75  SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENT 1480-1660  Index

15-09-14 Vol 76  The Excavation of the Chestnuts Megalithic Tomb at Addington, Kent. By John Alexander, M.A., Ph.D.
15-09-14 Vol 76  Place-Names and Early Settlement in Kent. By P. H. Reaney, Litt.D., Ph.D., F.S.A.
15-09-14 Vol 76  Denns, Droving and Danger. By Professor F. R. H. Du Boulay, MA., F.R.Hist.S.
15-09-14 Vol 76  The Roman Villa in Cobham Park, near Rochester. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
15-09-14 Vol 76  Algernon Sidney, 1623-1683. By Brigid Haydon
15-09-14 Vol 76  Broomwood Bronze Age Settlement—St. Paul’s Cray, Kent. By John Parsons
15-09-14 Vol 76  Chancery and the Cinque Ports in the Reign of Elizabeth I. By William J. Jones
15-09-14 Vol 76  A Seventeenth-Century Market Town: Tonbridge. By C. W. Chalklin, M.A., B.Litt.
15-09-14 Vol 76  The Upchurch Marshes in the Time of the First Elizabeth. By John Evans, F.S.A.
15-09-14 Vol 76  The Finances of Sir Thomas Stapleton in the Early Nineteenth Century. By H. G. Hunt, B.Sc.(Econ.), Ph.D.
15-09-14 Vol 76  William Rolfe: A Noted Sandwich Antiquarian. By Colin Matson
20-08-04 Vol 76  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1960-61
15-09-14 Vol 76  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
20-08-04  Vol 76  Miscellaneous Notes
15-09-14 Vol 76  Reviews
15-09-14 Vol 76  Obituaries
15-09-14 Vol 76  General Index

13-09-14 Vol 77  Lee Priory and the Brydges Circle. By Robert H. Goodsall, F.S.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Excavation of a Moated Site at Pivington. By S. E. Rigold
13-09-14 Vol 77  Heraldic Painted Glass in the Church of St. Lawrence, Mereworth. By C. R. Councer, F.S.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Changes in the Course of the Rother. By W. V. Rendel
13-09-14 Vol 77  The Stalls in St. Catherine’s Church at Preston. By Olga Matthiesen
13-09-14 Vol 77  The Vanishing Houses of Kent:  1. Durlock Grange, Minster-in-Thanet. By E. W. Parkin
                                2. A Destroyed Timber House at Darenth. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Chatham—the Hill House (1567-1805). By Frederick Cull, F.R.I.C.S.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Springhead: Temples II and V. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Filston in Shoreham: a Note on the Place-Name. By N. H. MacMichael, F.S.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  The Horse Deity of Roman Canterbury. By Frank Jenkins, F.S.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Two Brasses; A Newly-found Brass from Herne Church. By H. F. Gough
                                 
The Crepehege Brass at Darenth. By John F. L. Caiger
13-09-14 Vol 77  A Pair of Gilt Bronze Mounts in the Gravesend Museum. By David M. Wilson, M.A., F.S.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  People and Homes in the Medway Towns: 1687-1783. By A. J. F. Dulley, M.A.
13-09-14 Vol 77  Some Early Kentish Estate Maps and a Note on their Portrayal of Field Boundaries. By Alan B. H. Baker, B.A.
21-08-04 Vol 77  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1960-62
13-09-14 Vol 77  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
13-09-14 Vol 77  Miscellaneous Notes
13-09-14 Vol 77  Reviews
13-09-14 Vol 77  Obituaries
13-09-14 Vol 77  General Index

11-09-14 Vol 78 
Wickham Court and the Heydons. By Mother Mary Gregory, L.M., M.A.Oxon
11-09-14 Vol 78  Finds from a Seventh Century Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Milton Regis. By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes and L. R. A. Grove
11-09-14 Vol 78  Rochester Cathedral in 1634. By V. J. Torr
11-09-14 Vol 78  The Romano-British Farmstead at Eastwood, Fawkham. By Brian J. Philp
11-09-14 Vol 78  Romano-British West Kent. By Brian J. Philp
11-09-14 Vol 78  The Arthurian Campaign. By John Evans, F.S.A.
11-09-14 Vol 78  The Field System of an East Kent Parish (Deal). By Alan B. H. Baker, B.A., Ph.D.
11-09-14 Vol 78  Faversham Schoolboy Sculptures. By Canon W. Telfer, M.C., D.D.
28-07-12 Vol 78  Excavations at Eccles, 1962: First Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
11-09-14 Vol 78  The Vanishing Houses of Kent: 3. Leeds Priory Gate House. By E. W. Parkin
11-09-14 Vol 78  Regional Differences in Crop Production in Mediaeval Kent. By Ann Smith
21-08-04 Vol 78  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1962-63
11-09-14 Vol 78  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
11-09-14 Vol 78  Miscellaneous Notes
11-09-14 Vol 78  Reviews
11-09-14 Vol 78  Obituaries
11-09-14 Vol 78  General Index

24-10-12 Vol 79  The Chetney Hill Lazaret. By P. Froggatt, M.A., M.D., D.P.H.
09-09-14 Vol 79  The Purchase of Wickham Court by the Lennards. By Mother Mary Gregory
09-09-14 Vol 79  Two Kentish Hospitals Re-examined: S. Mary, Ospringe, and SS. Stephen and Thomas, New Romney.
                                By S. E. Rigold, F.S.A.
09-09-14 Vol 79  Men of Kent. I. Boys of Bonnington. By Colin Matson
09-09-14 Vol 79  Darenth Wood; Its Earthworks and Antiquities. By John E. L. Caiger.
09-09-14 Vol 79  Fruit Growing in Kent in the Nineteenth Century. By David Harvey, Ph.D.
09-09-14 Vol 79  Notes on the Medieval Chantry College at Cobham. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
26-08-12 Vol 79  Excavations at Eccles, 1963: Second Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
09-09-14 Vol 79  The Vanishing Houses of Kent: 4. Bridge Farm, Bridge. By E. W. Parkin
09-09-14 Vol 79  The Church of S. Mary and S. Eadburg, Lyminge. By Edward Gilbert
09-09-14 Vol 79  A Hall-House at Upper Bush. By E. B. Swain
09-09-14 Vol 79  Notes on Kentish Royal Arms. By V. J. B. Torr
09-09-14 Vol 79  Springhead: The Temple Ditch Site. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
22-08-04 Vol 79  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1963-64
09-09-14 Vol 79  Shorter Notes
09-09-14 Vol 79  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
09-09-14 Vol 79  Reviews
09-09-14 Vol 79  Obituaries
09-09-14 Vol 79  General Index

07-09-14 Vol 80 
Two Kentish Carmelite Houses—Aylesford and Sandwich. By S. E. Rigold, F.S.A.
07-09-14 Vol 80  Two Kentish Hospitals Re-examined. Addenda and Corrigenda
07-09-14 Vol 80  An Acheulian Site at Cuxton. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
07-09-14 Vol 80  The Distribution of Lay Wealth in Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, in the Early Fourteenth Century. By B. E. Glasscock
12-09-12 Vol 80  Excavations at Eccles, 1964. Third Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
07-09-14 Vol 80  The Origins of the Preceptory of West Peckham. By Charles L. Tipton, Ph.D.
07-09-14 Vol 80  Men of Kent. 2. Harvey of Eastry. By Colin Matson
07-09-14 Vol 80  Springhead—Map of Discoveries. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
07-09-14 Vol 80  Oyster Fisheries on the North Kent Coast. By Robert H. Goodsall
07-09-14 Vol 80  Some Fields and Farms in Medieval Kent. By Alan B. H. Baker
07-09-14 Vol 80  S. Germanus in Britain. By John Evans, F.S.A.
07-09-14 Vol 80  Higham Priory. By A. F. Allen
07-09-14 Vol 80  Gold Bracelets from Little Chart. By M. S. Gordon
07-09-14 Vol 80  The Vanishing Houses of Kent. 5. The Old Vicarage, Maidstone. By E. W. Parkin
07-09-14 Vol 80  Faversham Abbey Reconsidered. By Canon W. Telfer, M.C., D.D.
07-09-14 Vol 80  An Ice-house at Green-Street-Green, Darenth. By John E. L. Caiger
07-09-14 Vol 80  West Kent Quarter-Sessions Orders in the Reign of Charles I. By R. D. Clarke, M.A.
23-08-04 Vol 80  Kent Archives Office. Accessions, 1964-65
07-09-14 Vol 80  Kent Archaeologica1 Society Library
07-09-14 Vol 80  Shorter Notes
07-09-14 Vol 80  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
07-09-14 Vol 80  Reviews
07-09-14 Vol 80  Obituaries
07-09-14 Vol 80  General Index

04-09-14 Vol  81  Some Major Kentish Timber Barns. By S. E. Rigold, F.S.A.
04-09-14 Vol  81 
Eighteenth-century Maps and Estate Plans of Bromley, Beckenham and Penge. By Sister Mary Baptist, M.A., Ph.D.
04-09-14 Vol  81  Men of Kent. 3. Minet and Fector of Dover. By the late Colin Matson
12-09-12 Vol  81  Excavations at Eccles, 1965. Fourth Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
04-09-14 Vol  81  The Vanishing Houses of Kent. 6. The Old Cottage at Upper Hardres. By F. W. Parkin
04-09-14 Vol  81  History of the Springhead Pleasure Gardens and Water-cress Plantation (c. 1805-1936). By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
04-09-14 Vol  81  Funeral Hatchments in Kent. By Miss M. Tester
04-09-14 Vol  81  Four Kent Towns at the End of the Middle Ages. By A. J. F. Dulley
04-09-14 Vol  81  A Kentish Holiday, 1823. Edited by F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
04-09-14 Vol  81  Starkey Castle, Wouldham. By Eric R. Swain
04-09-14 Vol  81  General Garrett, 1791-1869. By D. C. Gibson
04-09-14 Vol  81  An Iron Age and Romano-British Site at Stone Castle Quarry, Greenhithe. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
04-09-14 Vol  81  Faversham’s Court of Orphans. By Canon W. Telfer, M.C., D.D.
04-09-14 Vol  81  Some Problems of the North Downs Trackway in Kent. By Rev. H. W. R. Lillie, S.J., M.A.(Oxon.)
23-08-04 Vol  81  Kent Archives Office. Accessions 1965-66
04-09-14 Vol  81  Kent Archaeological Society Library
04-09-14 Vol  81  Shorter Notes
04-09-14 Vol  81  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
04-09-14 Vol  81  Reviews
04-09-14 Vol  81  Obituary
04-09-14 Vol  81  General Index

02-09-14 Vol 82 
The Cobham Family in the Administration of England, 1200-1400. By Mrs. Teresa May
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Len Water-mills. By B. J. Spain
02-09-14 Vol 82  Springhead: Temple VT/Gateway. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
02-09-14 Vol 82  Letter Book relating to the Lieutenancy of Kent, 1604-28. By J. J. N. McGurk, B.A.(Hons.)
02-09-14 Vol 82  Excavations on the Site of Higham Priory. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
19-10-12 Vol 82  Excavations at Eccles, 1966. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Spittlehouse of Key Street. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Ritual Shaft at Warbank, Keston. By the late Nancy Piercy Fox, B.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Romano-British Buildings in Church Field, Snodland. By M. A. Ocock and M. J. E. Syddell
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Skeleton of Halling Man. By K. P. Oakley, H. Barker and G. de G. Sieveking
02-09-14 Vol 82  A Belgic Burial-Group at Sholden, near Deal; and a Belgic Tazza from Mill Hill, Upper Deal.
                                 By J. D. Ogilvie, F.S.A., and G. C. Dunning, F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Vale Mascal Bath House. By John E. L. Caiger
02-09-14 Vol 82  Samian Ware from the Medway Marshes. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 82  Fourteenth-century Halls in the East Weald. By S. E. Rigold, F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 82  The Vanishing Houses of Kent. 7. Harringe Court, Sellindge. By E. W. Parkin
02-09-14 Vol 82  Possible Evidence from Springhead for the Great Plague of A.D. 166. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.
24-08-04 Vol 82  Kent Archives Office. Accessions 1966-67
02-09-14 Vol 82  Kent Archaeological Society Library
02-09-14 Vol 82  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
02-09-14 Vol 82  Reviews
02-09-14 Vol 82  Obituary
02-09-14 Vol 82 
General Index

02-09-14 Vol 83  Two Types of Court Hall. By S. B. Rigold, F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 83  The Shrewsbury Tomb at Erith. By B. J. Ninnis
02-09-14 Vol 83  Winkhurst Farm, Bough Beech. By B. T. Mason and R. H. Wood
30-11-12 Vol 83  Excavations at Eccles, 1967. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 83  John Marsham, A Forgotten Antiquary. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
02-06-12 Vol 83  The Roman and Medieval Defences of Rochester in the Light of Recent Excavations.
                                 By A. C. Harrison, B.A. and Colin Flight, B.A.
02-09-14 Vol 83  The Old Mill, Bexley. By B. D. and A. J. Stoyel
02-09-14 Vol 83  The Dutch James Family of Ightham Court. By Edward Bowra
02-09-14 Vol 83  An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Orpington. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 83  The Vanishing Houses of Kent. 8. Lake House, Eastwell. By E. W. Parkin
02-09-14 Vol 83  Springhead: Miscellaneous Excavations. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc., A.I.R.I.
02-09-14 Vol 83  The Divine Durant: A Seventeenth-Century Independent. By Madeline V. Jones, M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D.(Lond.)
02-09-14 Vol 83  Eltham Palace: Its Chapels and Chaplains. By H. J. Pragnell
02-09-14 Vol 83  A Deposit of Samian Ware from Springhead. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A. F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 83  The Road between Dartford, Gravesend and Strood. By B. H. Hiscock, LL.B
02-09-14 Vol 83  Investigations and Excavations during the year.
02-09-14 Vol 83  Kent Archaeological Society Library
24-08-04 Vol 83  Kent Archives Office
02-09-14 Vol 83  Reviews
02-09-14 Vol 83  Obituary
02-09-14 Vol 83  General Index

02-09-14 Vol 84  Frank Charles Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A. By L. R. A. Grove
02-09-14 Vol 84  Anglo-Saxon Burials near The Lord of the Manor, Ramsgate. New Light on the Site of Ozengell?
                                 By Louise Millard, B.A., Shirley Jarman, M.Phil., and Sofia Chadwick Hawkes, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  Great Pattenden, Marden. By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  Excavations at Fordcroft, Orpington. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  The Avranches Traverse at Dover Castle. By D. F. Renn, F.S.A.
23-12-12 Vol 84  Excavations at Eccles, 1968. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  Rise and Decline: Dover and Deal in the Nineteenth Century. By John Whyman, B.Sc.(Ec.cn.)
02-09-14 Vol 84  Excavations on the Site of St. Mary’s Hospital, Strood. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  The Pumphouse on Cobham Hall Estate. By J. E. L. Caiger
02-09-14 Vol 84  The pre-Conquest Cathedral at Canterbury. By David Parsons, B.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  Caesar’s Camp, Keston. By the late Mrs. N. Piercy Fox, B.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 84  The Old Rectory of St. Alphege, Canterbury. By E. W. Parkin
02-09-14 Vol 84  Estates of the Cobham Family in the Later Thirteenth Century. By Mrs. Teresa May
02-09-14 Vol 84  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
02-09-14 Vol 84  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
02-09-14 Vol 84  Kent Archaeologica1 Society Library
02-09-14 Vol 84  Reviews
02-09-14 Vol 84  Obituary
02-09-14 Vol 84  General Index

02-09-14 Vol 85  Three Anglo-Saxon Disc Brooches. By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A. and Leslie E. Webster, B.A.
02-09-14 Vol 85  Election Issues and the Borough Electorates in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Kent.
                               By Madeline V. Jones, M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D.(Lond.)
02-09-14 Vol 85  Excavation of the Iron Age Camp at Squerryes, Westerham. By the late Nancy Piercy Fox, B.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 85  Rise and Decline: Dover and Deal in the Nineteenth Century. By John Whyman, B.Sc.(Econ.)
31-02-13 Vol 85  Excavations at Eccles, 1969. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 85  Two Lost Court Lodges — Longfield and Wootton. By A. Baker, A.R.I.B.A. and S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 85  Armada Preparations in Kent and Arrangements made after the Defeat (1587—1589). By J. N. McGurk
02-09-14 Vol 85  Excavations in Rochester. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
02-09-14 Vol 85  An Eighteenth-Century Corn Watermill. By B. J. Spain
02-09-11 Vol 85  Cogan House, St. Peter’s, Canterbury. By E. W. Parkin
02-09-14 Vol 85  Springhead — The Well, F.19. By S. B. Harker
02-09-14 Vol 85  The Seventeenth-Century Token Issuers of Gravesend and Milton-next-Gravesend. By Ernest W. Tilley
02-09-14 Vol 85  Investigations and Excavations during year
02-09-14 Vol 85  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
02-09-14 Vol 85  Kent Archaeological Society Library
02-09-14 Vol 85  Reviews
02-09-14 Vol 85  Obituary
02-09-14 Vol 85  General

23-08-14 Vol  86 
The Kentish Election of March, 1640. By Frank W. Jessup, C.B.E., M.A., LL.B., F.S.A.
23-08-14 Vol  86  Charles Dickens’s Well. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A., and J. F. L. Caiger
23-08-14 Vol  86  Cobb’s Hall, Aldington, and the Holy Maid of Kent. By F. W. Parkin
14-02-13 Vol  86  Excavations at Eccles, 1970. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
23-08-14 Vol  86  Painted Glass at Cranbrook and Lullingstone. By C. B. Councer, F.S.A.
23-08-14 Vol  86  Quarry Wood Camp, Loose: A Belgic Oppidum. By D. B. Kelly, B.A., A.M.A.
23-08-14 Vol  86  An Evaluation of the Loseley List of Ironworks within the Weald in the Year 1588. By Charles S. Cattell
23-08-14 Vol  86  Early Coast Recession around Reculver, Kent. By C. L. So, M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D.
23-08-14 Vol  86  The Church of St. Peter, Canterbury. By Terence Paul Smith, M.A.
14-01-11 Vol  86  Eynsford Castle and its Excavation. By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
23-08-14 Vol  86  Balcony Railings in Kent. By D. Stephenson, B.Sc., F.P.S.
23-08-14 Vol  86  Excavations at No. 43 High Street, Gravesend. By Ernest W. Tilley
23-08-14 Vol  86  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
23-08-14 Vol  86  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
23-08-14 Vol  86  Kent Archaeological Society Library
23-08-14 Vol  86  Kent Bibliography
23-08-14 Vol  86  Reviews
23-08-14 Vol  86  Obituaries
23-08-14 Vol  86  General Index

21-08-14 Vol  87  The Coming of the Barons, 1403. By F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D.
21-08-14 Vol  87 
A Medieval Hall-House at North Cray. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
21-08-14 Vol  87  The Wotton Monuments. By The Rev. L. E. C. Evans, B.C.L.(Oxon.)
21-08-14 Vol  87  Roman Folkestone Reconsidered. By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
21-08-14 Vol  87  The Loose Watermills. By R. J. Spain
21-08-14 Vol  87  The Privileges of Christchurch, Canterbury: Archbishop Sheldon’s Enquiries of 1671. By Robert Beddard
26-02-13 Vol  87  Excavations at Eccles, 1971. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
21-08-14 Vol  87  The Brasses and Incised Slabs at Milton Regis Parish Church. By Ian Bethune
21-08-14 Vol  87  Some Coins of Carausius from Richborough. By N. Shiel
04-07-12 Vol  87  Rochester East Gate, 1969. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
21-08-14 Vol  87  An Early Tudor Kiln at Hareplain, Biddenden. By D. B. Kelly, B.A., A.M.A.
21-08-14 Vol  87  Another Chalybeate Spring and Cold Bath at Tunbridge Wells. By Myrtle B. Streeten and Anthony D. F. Streeten
21-08-14 Vol  87  No. 17 Palace Street, Canterbury. By E. W. Parkin
21-08-14 Vol  87  The Parish Administration of Shoreham, 1782—1894. By Joy Saynor, M.A.(Oxon.)
21-08-14 Vol  87  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
21-08-14 Vol  87  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
21-08-14 Vol  87  Kent Bibliography, 1971—1972
21-08-14 Vol  87  Reviews
21-08-14 Vol  87  Obituary
21-08-14 Vol  87  General Index

19-08-14 Vol  88  Farningham Roman Villa II. By Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Meates, F.S.A.
19-08-14 Vol  88  The First Norman Cathedral at Canterbury. By Edward Gilbert
19-08-14 Vol  88  Maritime East Mailing. By C. L. Sinclair Williams
19-08-14 Vol  88  Levies from Kent to the Elizabethan Wars (1589—1603). By J. J. N. McGurk, M.Phil., F.R.Hist.S.
16-03-13 Vol  88  Excavations at Eccles, 1972. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
19-08-14 Vol  88  Recent Developments in the Study of Place-Names and the Anglo-Saxon Settlement. By K. J. Edwards, M.A.
30-11-11 Vol  88  Eynsford Castle: The Moat and Bridge. By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S., and A. J. Fleming, M.A.
19-08-14 Vol  88  The Ancient Buildings of New Romney. By E. W. Parkin
12-09-03 Vol  88  Excavations at Boxley Abbey. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
19-08-14 Vol  88  The Loose Watermills, II. By B. J. Spain
10-12-03 Vol  88  Medieval Pottery from Dartford. By D. C. Mynard
19-08-14 Vol  88  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
19-08-14 Vol  88  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
19-08-14 Vol  88  Kent Bibliography, 1972—73
19-08-14 Vol  88  Reviews
19-08-14 Vol  88  Obituaries
19-08-14 Vol  88  General Index

17-08-14 Vol  89  The Assembling of an Estate: Knole in Sevenoaks, c. 1275 to c. 1525. By F. R. H. Du Boulay, M.A., F.R.Hist.S.
17-08-14 Vol  89  Memento Mon or Dr. Cliff’s Diary: An unusual demographic Document. By F. Hull, B.A., PhD., F.R.Hist.S.
17-08-14 Vol  89  A post-medieval Tile Kiln at Bexley. By L. C. Dale
17-08-14 Vol  89  Two Kent Pigeon Houses. By John E. L. Caiger
17-08-14 Vol  89  Brookland Belfry. By K. W. E. Gravett, M.Sc. (Eng.), F.S.A.
17-08-14 Vol  89  The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Monkton, Thanet.  By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes, M.A., F.S.A., and A. C. Hogarth, M.A.
17-08-14 Vol  89  The Medway Crossings of the Pilgrims’ Way. By Patrick Thornhill, B.A.
29-11-03 Vol  89  The Tithe Commutation Surveys. By Roger J. P. Kain, B.A., Ph.D.
25-03-13 Vol  89  Excavations at Eccles, 1973. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
17-08-14 Vol  89  The Cwylla of King Edmund’s West Malling Charter. By C. L. Sinclair Williams
17-08-14 Vol  89  The Artillery Defences at Gravesend. By Victor T. C. Smith
17-08-14 Vol  89  The Deanery’, Chartham. By M. J. Sparks and E. W. Parkin
17-08-14 Vol  89  The ecclesiastical Commission at Canterbury: 1572—1603. By Peter Clark
17-08-14 Vol  89  Emergency Excavations at Otford Palace, 1974. By C. P. Ward
17-08-14 Vol  89  Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
17-08-14 Vol  89  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
17-08-14 Vol  89  Kent Bibliography, 1973—74
17-08-14 Vol  89  Reviews
17-08-14 Vol  89  Obituaries
17-08-14 Vol  89  General Index

15-08-14 Vol  91  Ancient Heraldic Glass at Knole, Sevenoaks. By Canon D. Ingram Hill, M.A., F.S.A
15-08-14 Vol  91  A fragmentary Life of St. Mildred and other Kentish Royal Saints. By M. J. Swanton., B.A., Ph.D., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S
15-08-14 Vol  91  Further Consideration of the Bowman’s Lodge Industry. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A
12-04-13 Vol  91  Excavations at Eccles, 1974. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  The Cathedral Priory of St. Andrew, Rochester. By Anne M. Oakley, M.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  Excavations in the two Iron Age Hill-Forts on Castle Hill, Capel, near Tonbridge, 1965 and 1969—71.
                               By J. H. Money, M.A., .F.S.A
15-08-14 Vol  91  The old Chantry House, Bredgar. By E. W. Parkin
15-08-14 Vol  91  Sir Robert Filmer of East Sutton. By David Weigall, M.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  A Romano-British Building at Charing. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  Ulcombe, Ireland and the St. Legers. By Richard C. Stone, B.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  Excavations at Gravel Walk, Canterbury, 1967. By J. H. Williams, M.A. et al
15-08-14 Vol  91  A double-moated Site at Beckenham. By Lilian Thornhill.
15-08-14 Vol  91  A silver-inlaid Buckle from Sarre. By Vera I. Evison, B.A., D.Lit., F.S.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  Mesolithic Discoveries at Perry Woods, Selling, near Canterbury, Kent. By A. G: Woodcock, B.Sc., M.A., A.M.A.
15-08-14 Vol  91  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
15-08-14 Vol  91  Kent Bibliography, 1974—5
15-08-14 Vol  91  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
15-08-14 Vol  91  Reviews
15-08-14 Vol  91  Obituaries
15-08-14 Vol  91  General Index

13-08-14 Vo1 92 
The Making of the agrarian Landscape of Kent. By Professor A. M. Everitt, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Orientation at Finglesham: Sunrise Dating of Death and Burial in an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery in east Kent.
                                By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes, MA., F.S.A.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Ratling Court, Aylesham. By E. W. Parkin.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  The Term ‘Logh’ in medieval Kentish Documents. By C. L. Sinclair Williams.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  More decorative Ironwork. By D. Stephenson
08-01-11 Vo1 92  Excavations at Lansdowne Road, Tonbridge, 1972 and 1976. By Anthony D. F. Streeten, B.A.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  A Lower Thames Ford and the Campaigns of 54 B.C. and A.D. 43. By Patrick Thornhill, B.A.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  New structural Evidence regarding Bell Harry Tower and the south-east Spire at Canterbury.
                                 By Cecil Hewett and Tim Tatton-Brown.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Pillared Deneholes at Stankey Wood, Bexley. By R. F. Le Gear.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  London and north-west Kent in the later Middle Ages: The Development of a Land Market. By Ann Brown.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Excavations at Eccles, 1975. By A. P. Detsicas, MA., F.S.A.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Ridge-and-Furrow in Kent. By Professor W. R. Mead and Dr. R.J.P. Kain.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  A Moated Site at Moat Farm, Leigh, Kent. By J. H. Parfitt, B.Sc. (Econ.).
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Wage Labour on a Kentish Manor: Meopham, 1307—75. By Nigel R. Goose.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Investigations and Excavations during the Year.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Reviews
13-08-14 Vo1 92  Obituaries.
13-08-14 Vo1 92  General Index

11-08-14 Vol  93 
The Proprietory Chapel of St. John, Gravesend. By R. H. Hiscock, LL.B., F.S.A.
11-08-14 Vol  93  Sandwich in the thirteenth Century. By A. F. Butcher
03-08-03 Vol  93  Excavations on the Site of Leeds Priory. Part 1 By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
31-03-13 Vol  93  The Meopham Hoard of fourteenth-century Gold Coins. By M. M. Archibald and P. A. Connolly
11-08-14 Vol  93  Excavations at Eccles, 1976. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
11-08-14 Vol  93  Wingham, A medieval Town. By E. W. Parkin
11-08-14 Vol  93  The Prophesying Movement in Kentish Towns during the 1570s. By Peter Clark
11-08-14 Vol  93  The Stourmouth-Adisham Water-main Trench. By J. D. Ogilvie, F.S.A.
11-08-14 Vol  93  Early Tudor JPs at Work. By M. L. Zell
11-08-14 Vol  93  St. Cuthbert’s Cottage, Barming. By M. A. Ocock
11-08-14 Vol  93  The Excavation of the Gravesend Blockhouse, 1975—76. By D. Thompson and Mrs. V. Smith
11-08-14 Vol  93  The Bromley Charters. By E. E. Barker
11-08-14 Vol  93  Excavations at the Site of a medieval Hall-house at North Cray. By D. T. Jones, B.A., Dip. Arch.
11-08-14 Vol  93  The Priory and Parish of Folkestone in the fifteenth Century. By C. Harper-Bill
11-08-14 Vol  93  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
11-08-14 Vol  93  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
11-08-14 Vol  93  Reviews
11-08-14 Vol  93  Obituary
11-08-14 Vol  93  General Index

09-08-14 Vol  94  A circular Roman Temple discovered in the late seventeenth Century at Canterbury. By William Urry
09-08-14 Vol  94  The Manor and Chantry of Scotgrove. By W. Frank Proudfoot, M.A.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Rochester Castle, 1976. By Colin Flight, M.A., and A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Original Compton Census Returns—The Shoreham Deanery. By Mary J. Dobson
09-08-14 Vol  94  Excavations on the Site of Leeds Priory, II. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Oasts in Kent and East Sussex, I. By Anthony Cronk, F.S.A., F.R.S.A.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Hedgerows and Tracks. By M. M. O‘Grady, B.A..
09-08-14 Vol  94  The ‘Belgic’ Cemetery at Allington. By Isobel Thompson, M.A..
09-08-14 Vol  94  The Pattenden Diaries, 1797—1819. By A. L. Macfie.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Some minor Excavations undertaken by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust in 1977—78.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Shipbuilding for the Royal Navy at Sandwich in the eighteenth Century. By Wing-Commander B. F. Hills, M.B.E., R.A.F.
09-08-14 Vol  94  Danes Trench and prehistoric Land Division in the upper Darent Valley. By J. A. Pyke.
09-08-14 Vol  94  The Romano-British Site at Radfield, Sittingbourne. By Robert Baxter and Ralph Mills
09-08-14 Vol  94  Second Thoughts on Strood’s 'Causeway'. By Patrick Thornhill, B.A..
09-08-14 Vol  94  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
09-08-14 Vol  94  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
09-08-14 Vol  94  Reviews
09-08-14 Vol  94  General Index

07-08-14 Vol 95  A romanesque Capital from Canterbury at Chartham. By George Zarnecki
07-08-14 Vol 95  The Date of the Parish-Boundary of Minster-in-Thanet (Kent). By D. W. Rollason
07-08-14 Vol 95  Excavation at Prior’s Gate House, Rochester 1976—77. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A. and D. Williams, Dip. A.D.
07-08-14 Vol 95  Social and economic Characteristics of Witchcraft Accusations in sixteenth-and seventeenth-century Kent.
                                By Adrian Pollock, B.Sc., A.M., Ph.D
07-08-14 Vol 95  Plate from a lost Oxford College. By Charles Oman
07-08-14 Vol 95  Entrepôt Policy versus Projects for Perquisites in the Administration of Dover Harbour: The Dispute over Charges
                                for passing the Boom, 1635—38. By J. S. Kepler
07-08-14 Vol 95  The Codification of the Customs of Kent. By C. L. Sinclair Williams
07-08-14 Vol 95  The Excavation of the Hospital of St. Mary of Ospringe, commonly called Maison Dieu. By G. H. Smith
07-08-14 Vol 95  Romanesque Wall-Paintings in the Cathedral Church of Christ Church, Canterbury. By K. Flynn
07-08-14 Vol 95  The Old Canonry and Canon Cottage, Wingham. By E. W. Parkin
07-08-14 Vol 95  A Plan and architectural Description of the medieval Remains of Davington Priory. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
07-08-14 Vol 95  Mascall’s Privateers. By W. R. Meyer
07-08-14 Vol 95  The votive Column from the Roman Temple Precinct at Springhead. By T. F. C. Blagg, M.A.
07-08-14 Vol 95  Clay Tobacco Pipes from Chatham. By D. E. Williams
07-08-14 Vol 95  Oasts in Kent and East Sussex, Part II. By Anthony Cronk, F.S.A., F.R.S.A.
07-08-14 Vol 95  Malaria: Its Influence on a north Kent Community. By Philip MacDougall
07-08-14 Vol 95  Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
07-08-14 Vol 95  Interim Report on Excavations in 1979 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
07-08-14 Vol 95  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
07-08-14 Vol 95  Reviews
07-08-14 Vol 95  Obituary
07-08-14 Vol 95  General Index

07-10-03 Vol  96  John de Berwyke and the Consuctudines Kancie. By F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D., D.Litt., F.R.Hist.S.
05-08-14 Vol  96  The Hospital of St. Stephen and St. Thomas, New Romney: The documentary Evidence. By A. F. Butcher.
05-08-14 Vol  96  Excavations at the ‘Old Palace’, Bekesbourne, near Canterbury. By Tim Tatton-Brown
05-08-14 Vol  96  Charles Oxenden. By Philip H. Blake.
05-08-14 Vol  96  Hydrocephalus in an Anglo-Saxon Child from Eccles. By Keith Manchester, M.B., B.S., B.Sc., F.R.A.I.
05-08-14 Vol  96  The Typology and Age of the Fordwich Handaxes. By A. M. Ashmore
05-08-14 Vol  96  The Lowy of Tonbridge and the Lands of the Clare Family in Kent,1066-1217. By Jennifer C. Ward, M. A., Ph. D.
05-08-14 Vol  96  Archaeological Work along the A2: 1966-1974. By Nigel Macpherson- Grant.
05-08-14 Vol  96  A three-week Holiday in Ramsgate during July and August 1829. By John Whyman
05-08-14 Vol  96  The animal Bones from the Excavation of the Hospital of St. Mary of Ospringe. By Sheilagh M. Wall.
05-08-14 Vol  96  Four minor Sites excavated by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 1978-1979.
                                By Paul Bennett, Nigel Macpherson- Grant and Paul Blockley
05-08-14 Vol  96  Recent Investigations at the Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Darenth Park Hospital, Dartford. By R.M. Walsh
05-08-14 Vol  96  Greenhill Bronze Age Site, Otford. By J.A. Pyke
05-08-14 Vol  96  The Milton Blockhouse, Gravesend: Research and Excavation. By Victor T. C. Smith, B.A
05-08-14 Vol  96  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
05-08-14 Vol  96  Interim Report on Excavations in 1980 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
05-08-14 Vol  96  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
05-08-14 Vol  96  Reviews
05-08-14 Vol  96  Obituary
05-08-14 Vol  96  General Index

03-08-14 Vol  97  Land Ownership in Appledore, 1500—1900. By Sir John Winnifrith
03-08-14 Vol  97  An eighth-century bronze Ornament from Canterbury and related Works. By M. Budny and J. Graham-Campbell.
03-08-14 Vol  97  Remains of Mammals from the Darent River Gravels at Sevenoaks Reserve, Kent.
                               By David L. Harrison, Juliet Clutton-Brock and Richard Burleigh
03-08-14 Vol  97  The mid-Tudor Market in Crown Land in Kent. By Michael L. Zell
03-08-14 Vol  97  The causewayed Earthwork and the Elizabethan Redoubt on West Wickham Common. By A.H.A. Hogg
03-08-14 Vol  97  The Dockyard Work-force: A Picture of Chatham Dockyard c. 1860. By M. Waters
03-08-14 Vol  97  Rochester 1974—75. By A.C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
03-08-14 Vol  97  More decorative Ironwork (II). By D. Stephenson, B.Sc., F.P.S.
03-08-14 Vol  97  The Roman Villa at Darenth. By E.W. Black
03-08-14 Vol  97  Canterbury Cathedral: The small Portrait Carvings of the Pulpitum c. 1400. By C.J. Dudley
03-08-14 Vol  97  A Late Bronze Age Hoard from Hoaden, Kent. By T.C. Champion, M. A., D. Phil., F. S.A., and J. D. Ogilvie.F.S.A.
03-08-14 Vol  97  Two Roman Silver Ingots from Kent. By K.S. Painter.
03-08-14 Vol  97  Discovery of a manuscript eye-witness Account of the Battle of Maidstone. By Robert K.G. Temple.
03-08-14 Vol  97  The Medway MegalithS and Neolithic Kent. By Robin Holgate, B.Sc.
03-08-14 Vol  97  Some Discoveries about Edward Hasted and his History of Kent. By John Boyle. LL.B., F.S.A.
03-08-14 Vol  97  Post-medieval Pottery from Chatham. By D.E. Williams
03-08-14 Vol  97  Interim Report on Excavations in 1981 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
03-08-14 Vol  97  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
03-08-14 Vol  97  Investigations & Excavations in Kent
03-08-14 Vol  97  Reviews 
03-08-14 Vol  97  Obituary
03-08-14 Vol  97  General Index

01-08-14 Vol  98  Francis Henry Murray, Rector of Chislehurst. By Nigel Yates, M.A., F.R.Hist.S.
01-08-14 Vol  98  A Sun-dial Tile from St. Augustine’s Abbey. By David Sherlock
22-12-03 Vol  98  An Investigation of the Romano-British Pottery Industry on the Upchurch Marshes. By Jason Monaghan, B.Sc.
01-08-14 Vol  98  Danson Park, Bexley. By Roger White
01-08-14 Vol  98  The Domesday of Dover Castle — An archival History. By F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D., D. Litt., F.R. Hist. S.
01-08-14 Vol  98  The Topography and Buildings of Horton Manor, near Canterbury. By Tim Tatton-Brown
01-08-14 Vol  98  The Old Court Hall, Lydd. By E.W. Parkin
01-08-14 Vol  98  Excavations at Eastry Court Farm, Eastry. By C. J. Arnold
01-08-14 Vol  98  A Hoard of ‘radiate’ Coins from Allington. By John A. Davies, B.A.
01-08-14 Vol  98  The Hammill ritual Shaft. By J.D. Ogilvie, F.S.A.
01-08-14 Vol  98  The Loss and the supposed Recovery by Edward Hasted of his ancestral Estates. By John Boyle, LL.B., F.S.A.
01-08-14 Vol  98  Report of an Excavation in the Grounds of St. Bartholomew’s Chapel, Chatham.
                                 By Dr J.P. Hayes, F. R. C. Path., D. E. Williams, Dip.A. D., and P. R. Payne
01-08-14 Vol  98  The geographical Pattern of Coaching Services in Kent in 1836. By Terence Paul Smith, B.A., M.A., M.Litt.
01-08-14 Vol  98  Interim Report on Excavations in 1982 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
01-08-14 Vol  98  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
01-08-14 Vol  98  Investigations & Excavations during the year

01-08-14 Vol  98 
Reviews
01-08-14 Vol  98  Obituary
01-08-14 Vol  98  General Index

30-07-14 ONLINE  Archaeologia Cantiana General Index to Volumes CXX1 2001 (121) to CXXX 2010 (130)

30-07-14 Vol  99  Joint Kingship in Kent c. 560 to 785. By Dr. Barbara A.E. Yorke
30-07-14 Vol  99  Three Pieces of ninth-century Anglo-Saxon ornamental Metalwork in the Royal Museum, Canterbury.
                                By James Graham-Campbell
30-07-14 Vol  99  The Account of George Nycholl for St. Augustine’s,1552—1553. By D. Sherlock
30-07-14 Vol  99  The Reclamation of Romney Marsh: Some Aspects reconsidered. By Jill Eddison, M.A.
30-07-14 Vol  99  An Anglo-Saxon cruciform Brooch from Lyminge. By B.M.Ager
30-07-14 Vol  99  Three agricultural Chalk Mines in north-west Kent. By R.F. LeGear, A.A.I.S.
30-07-14 Vol  99  Some Evidence on the Smuggling of Fuller’s Earth from the Medway Estuary during the seventeenth Century.
                                By V.E. Morant, M.A. (Lond.)
30-07-14 Vol  99  Excavation at Hill Road, Wouldham. By R.J. Cruse, B.Sc. and A.C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A
30-07-14 Vol  99  Nicholas Charles’s Notes on Cudham and Downe. By Nicholas Rogers, M.A.
30-07-14 Vol  99  Recent Fieldwork around Canterbury. By Tim Tatton Brown
30-07-14 Vol  99  A fresh Look at the Reculver Parish Clerk’s Story. By Harold Gough
30-07-14 Vol  99  The Significance of the west Front of Rochester Cathedral. By Philip McAleer
30-07-14 Vol  99  The parochial Library of All Saints, Maidstone, and other Kentish parochial Libraries. By Nigel Yates
30-07-14 Vol  99  Architectural Notes on St. Paul’s Cray Church. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A.
30-07-14 Vol  99  Sion’s Saint: John Turner of Sutton Valence. By R.J. Acheson, M.A., Ph.D.
30-07-14 Vol  99  The Woodruff Collection. By Jason Monaghan, B.Sc
30-07-14 Vol  99  The Devolution of Bookland in ninth-century Kent: A Note on BCS 538 (S 319). By Richard Abels
30-07-14 Vol  99  The Allarde Brasses. By Leslie A. Smith
30-07-14 Vol  99  Some Mirrors from Roman Canterbury. By G. Lloyd-Morgan, B.A., Ph.D., F.S.A
30-07-14 Vol  99  Interim Report on Work in 1983 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
30-07-14 Vol  99  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
30-07-14 Vol  99  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
30-07-14 Vol  99  Reviews
30-07-14 Vol  99  General Index

28-07-28 Vol 100  Foreword
to 100th Volume of Archaeologia Cantiana
28-07-28 Vol 100  Kentish historical Writing, 1956-83: An Assessment. By F. Hull, B.A.,Ph.D., D.Litt., F.R.Hist.S.
28-07-28 Vol 100  Clactonian Flints from Rickson’s Pit, Swanscombe. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A
28-07-28 Vol 100  Canterbury: The post-war Excavations. By S.S. Frere
28-07-28 Vol 100  The Topography of Roman Canterbury: A brief Re-assessment. By P. Bennett
28-07-28 Vol 100  Early Christianity in the Darent Valley. By G. W. Meates
28-07-28 Vol 100  Roman architectural Ornament in Kent. By T.F.C. Blagg, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A
28-07-28 Vol 100  An inscribed Roman Spoon from Canterbury. By David Sherlock
28-07-28 Vol 100  The Re-excavation of the Roman ‘Villa’ at Wingham. By Frank Jenkins, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A
28-07-28 Vol 100  Romano-British Watermills. By R.J. Spain
28-07-28 Vol 100  The Amherst Brooch. By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes
28-07-28 Vol 100  The lost Manor and Church of Elnothington. By Allen Grove, F.S.A
28-07-28 Vol 100  The medieval Church of St. Mary, Ebony, and its Successors. By Sir John Winnifrith
28-07-28 Vol 100  Three great Benedictine Houses in Kent: Their Buildings and Topography. By Tim Tatton-Brown
28-07-28 Vol 100  The ancient Cinque Port of Sandwich. By E. W. Parkin
28-07-28 Vol 100  The Community of Kent in the Reign of Richard II. By Bruce Webster, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
28-07-28 Vol 100  Population and Family Structure in the sixteenth-century Weald. By Michael Zell, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
28-07-28 Vol 100  The lost Buildings of Otford Palace. By Anthony D. Stoyel
28-07-28 Vol 100  Free Bench See-saw: Sevenoaks Widows in the late seventeenth Century. By H.C.F. Lansberry
28-07-28 Vol 100  Hasted in Perspective. By J. Boyle, LL.B., F.S.A.
28-07-28 Vol 100  The Restoration of a great Cathedral. By D. Ingram Hill, M.A., D.D., F.S.A
28-07-28 Vol 100  Boorman’s Mill, Northfleet. By R.H. Hiscock, LL.B., F.S.A
28-07-28 Vol 100  The Recovery and Excavation of the St. Augustine’s Abbey Site, 1844-1947. By Margaret Sparks
28-07-28 Vol 100  Kentish Turnpikes. By B. Keith-Lucas
28-07-28 Vol 100  Extracts from the Miscellany and Farm Accounts of Francis Andrus of Scadbury in the Parish of Southfleet.
                                  By F.S. Andrus, M.V.O., M.A.
28-07-28 Vol 100  Estate Development and the Beginnings of modern Tunbridge Wells, 1800-40. By C. W. Chalklin
28-07-28 Vol 100  The major Kentish Towns in the religious Census of 1851. By Nigel Yates, M.A., F.R.Hist.S.
28-07-28 Vol 100  The great Explosion at Faversham, 2 April. 1916. By Arthur Percival, M.B.E., B.A., F.S.A.
28-07-28 Vol 100  General Index

26-07-14 Vol 101  The Kentish Royal Saints: An Enquiry into the Facts behind the Legends. By K.P. Witney
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Grant of Eastchurch to the Abbey of Dunes by Richard I. By Claire van Nerom
26-07-14 Vol 101  Palaeolithic Artefacts from the Gravels of the Hoo Peninsula. By D.R. Bridgiand and P. Harding
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Ashford Cage. By W.R. Briscall
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Roman Ford at Iden Green, Benenden. By Cecily Lebon
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Thanet Gas Pipeline Phases I and II (Monkton Parish), 1982. By D. R. J. Perkins and Sonia Chadwick Hawkes
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Painting of the Legend of St. Eustace in Canterbury. By Fiona M. Allardyce, M.A.
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Boatmen of Dover and Deal: The Report of the House of Commons Select Committee on the Cinque Port Pilots.
                                   By A.L. Macfie, M.A., Ph.D.
26-07-14 Vol 101  Three medieval timber-framed Church Porches in west Kent: Fawkham, Kemsing and Shoreham.
                                   By Terence Paul Smith, B.A., M.A., M.Litt., M.1.F.A.
26-07-14 Vol 101  A Salt-panning Site at Funton Creek. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.
26-07-14 Vol 101  Preaching and the Reformation in Henrician Kent. By Brian M. Hogben
26-07-14 Vol 101  Excavation of a Saxon Grubenhaus and Roman Ditch at Kent Road, St. Mary Cray. By F. A. Hart
26-07-14 Vol 101  The Population of Chartham from 1086 to 1600. By Angela M. Langridge
26-07-14 Vol 101  Government and urban Development in Kent: The Case of the Royal Naval Dockyard Town of Sheerness.
                                 By Trevor M. Harris, B.A., Ph.D.
26-07-14 Vol 101  Interim Report on Work in 1984 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
26-07-14 Vol 101  Kent Archives Office: Major Accessions, 1981—83. By Nigel Yates
26-07-14 Vol 101  Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
26-07-14 Vol 101  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
26-07-14 Vol 101  Reviews
26-07-14 Vol 101  General Index

24-07-14 Vol 102 
Recent Researches in Chislehurst Church. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A.
24-07-14 Vol 102  Cradock, Amherst and Howell: A Like between the Selbys of Ightham and Sir Thomas Browne of Norwich.
                                  By G.C.R. Morris, M.A., D.M., M.R.C.P
24-07-14 Vol 102  A late-Roman Defixio (Curse Tablet) from the Eccles Villa. By R.S. 0. Tomlin
24-07-14 Vol 102  Some Notes on the Bells of St. George’s Church, Gravesend. By R.H. Hiscock, LL.B., F.S.A.
24-07-14 Vol 102  The Monkton Gas Pipeline: Phases III and IV, 1983—84. By D.R.J. Perkins
24-07-14 Vol 102  Some fifteenth-century Calendars for Rochester Diocese. By Dr Mary P. Richards
24-07-14 Vol 102  A Notary of Canterbury: New Light on William Watmer, A seventeenth-century Mayor. By Geoffrey Whatmore
24-07-14 Vol 102  Developments in the Lower Rother Valleys up to 1600. By Jill Eddison, M.A.
24-07-14 Vol 102  Henry Hatch and the Battle over his Will. By Mrs. P.G.M. Hyde, M.A., M.Litt.
24-07-14 Vol 102  Excavation at Pring’s Quarry, Upper Hailing. By R.J. Cruse, B.Sc.The Chilham Mausolea. By J.M.Lipscomb
24-07-14 Vol 102  The Chilham Mausolea. by J.M. Lipscomb
24-07-14 Vol 102  Some Observations on the Building Sequence of the Nave of Rochester Cathedral. By J. Philip McAleer
24-07-14 Vol 102  Turnpike Roads in the Canterbury Area. By F.H. Panton, M.B.E., B.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S.C., F.R.Ae.S.
24-07-14 Vol 102  An Openwork Hanging-bowl Escutcheon from West Wickham. By J. Brenan
24-07-14 Vol 102  Cranbrook: The Classics Controversy. By P.R. Allen
24-07-14 Vol 102  The medieval Origins of Wye College. By E. W. Parkin
24-07-14 Vol 102  Interim Report on Work carried out in 1985 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
24-07-14 Vol 102  Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
24-07-14 Vol 102  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
24-07-14 Vol 102  Reviews
24-07-14 Vol 102  Obituaries
24-07-14 Vol 102  General Index

22-07-14 Vol 103 
The southern Defences of medieval Rochester. By Colin Flight, M.A., and A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
22-07-14 Vol 103  The west Front of Rochester Cathedral: The interior Design. By J. Philip McAleer, F.S.A
22-07-14 Vol 103  Architectural Notes on St. Michael’s Church, Offham. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A.
22-07-14 Vol 103  Tonbridge Free Public Library, 1881—1900. By Gwenyth Hodge, Dip. Loc. Hist. (Kent)
22-07-14 Vol 103  Kent Apothecaries’ and Barber-Surgeons’ Tokens and their Issuers. By Dr. T. Douglas Whitte
22-07-14 Vol 103  Rescue Excavations in the Outer Court of St. Augustine’s Abbey, 1983—84. By Paul Bennett.
22-07-14 Vol 103  The Condition of Kentish Churches before Victorian Restoration. By Nigel Yates, M.A., F. R. Hist. S.
22-07-14 Vol 103  The Font at the Church of St. Clement, Sandwich and the Hallum-Berney Problem. By J.B. Rosseter.
22-07-14 Vol 103  A Roman Building Remnant at Thurnham: Excavations 1933. By Paul Ashbee
22-07-14 Vol 103  A Study of Clay Objects found at Charing. By M.R. Lovering and P.M. Winzar
22-07-14 Vol 103  Newington, near Hythe: The threatened Village. By E. W. Parkin
22-07-14 Vol 103  Interim Report on Work carried out in 1986 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
22-07-14 Vol 103  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
22-07-14 Vol 103  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
22-07-14 Vol 103  Reviews
22-07-14 Vol 103  General Index

20-07-14 Vol 104  Some early Anglo-Saxon Objects from east Kent. By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes
20-07-14 Vol 104 
A Petty Constable’s Accounts Book. By F.D. Johns, M.A., Dip.Arch. (Lond.)
20-07-14 Vol 104  Late Roman Belt-fittings from Canterbury. By B.M. Ager
20-07-14 Vol 104  Owletts Barn, Cobham. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A.
20-07-14 Vol 104  Further Investigation of the Acheulian Site at Cuxton. By R.J. Cruse
20-07-14 Vol 104  Queen Elizabeth I at Tilbury and in Kent. By Marion Colthorpe
20-07-14 Vol 104  The Period of Mercian Rule in Kent, and a Charter of A.D. 811. By K.P. Witney
20-07-14 Vol 104  Desmaistres as the Origin of the Name Demetrius in the James Family of Ightham. 
                                    By G.C.R. Morris, M.A., D.M., M.R.C.P.
20-07-14 Vol 104  Excavations at St. Martin’s Hill, Canterbury, 1984—85. By Jonathan Rady
20-07-14 Vol 104  The Jutish Cemetery at Half Mile Ride, Margate: A Re-appraisal. By D.R.J. Perkins
20-07-14 Vol 104  A Beaker (?) Burial Monument and a Late Bronze Age Assemblage from East Northdown, Margate. By G.H. Smith
20-07-14 Vol 104  Interim Report on Work carried out in 1987 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
20-07-14 Vol 104  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
20-07-14 Vol 104  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
20-07-14 Vol 104  Reviews
20-07-14 Vol 104  Obituaries
20-07-14 Vol 104  General Index

18-07-14 Vol 105  Medical Care at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, 1836—1876. By John Whyman
01-02-11 Vol 105  Eynsford Castle: A Reinterpretation of its early History in the Light of recent Excavations. By Valerie Horsman
18-07-14 Vol 105  Excavations at No. 41 St. George’s Street, Canterbury, 1985. By P. Blockley, B.Sc.
18-07-14 Vol 105  Dover Castle: Key to Richard II’s Kingdom? By James L. Gillespie, F. R. Hist. S
18-07-14 Vol 105  Barham Church: The Brasses, Memorials and Glass. By Philip H. Blake
18-07-14 Vol 105  James Simmons: A Canterbury Tycoon. By F.H. Panton
18-07-14 Vol 105  A Middle Bronze Age Hoard from a pre-historic Settlement Site at St. Mildred’s Bay, Westgate-on-Sea. By D.R.J. Perkins
18-07-14 Vol 105  Kent Archives Office: Major Accessions, 1984—87. By Nigel Yates, Maureen Shaw and Michael Carter
18-07-14 Vol 105  Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
18-07-14 Vol 105  Reviews
18-07-14 Vol 105  General Index

16-07-14 Vol 106  Archaeology and the Channel Tunnel. By Paul Bennett
16-07-14 Vol 106  Barham Court: History and Development. By Philip H. Blake
16-07-14 Vol 106  The Mayoral and Corporation Seats in Faversham Parish Church. By Nigel Yates, M.A., F.R.Hist.S.
16-07-14 Vol 106  The Parish Church of St. Laurence, Godmersham: A History. By Tim Tatton-Brown
16-07-14 Vol 106  The North Chapel of Appledore Church. By Cecily Lebon
16-07-14 Vol 106  Bee Boles in Kent. By Penelope Walker
16-07-14 Vol 106  Interim Report on Work carried out in 1988 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
16-07-14 Vol 106  Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
16-07-14 Vol 106  Investigations and Excavations during the Year
16-07-14 Vol 106  Reviews
16-07-14 Vol 106  Obituary
16-07-14 Vol 106  General Index

14-07-14 Vol 107  Anglo-Saxon monastic sign language at Christ Church, Canterbury. By David Sherlock
14-07-14 Vol 107  Development of the Kentish marshes in the aftermath of the Norman conquest. By K.P. Witney
14-07-14 Vol 107  A probable hoard of late Roman bronze coins from Gravesend. By Richard J. Brickstock, B.A., M.Phil.
14-07-14 Vol 107  The holiday diary of Thomas Lott: 12—22 July, 1815. By Yvette Grandfield, B.A.
14-07-14 Vol 107  Excavations at Eccles: A progress report. By A.P. Detsicas, B.A., M.A., D. Litt., F.S.A.
14-07-14 Vol 107  Swing: The years 1827—1830 as reflected in a west Kent newspaper. By Shirley Burgoyne Black .
14-07-14 Vol 107  A Saxon cemetery site at Shelford Farm, Canterbury. By B.M. Ager and D. W. Dawson
14-07-14 Vol 107  Excavations at Riding Gate, Canterbury, 1986—87. By Paul Blockley, B. Sc.
14-07-14 Vol 107  Chatham Dockyard and a little-known shipwright, Matthew Baker (1530—1613). By Margaret Blatcher
14-07-14 Vol 107  Granite and lime: The building of Chatham Dockyard’s first stone dry dock. By Philip MacDougall
14-07-14 Vol 107  ‘King John’s Palace’, Gravesend: Some notes on a riverside Edwardian royal manor house.
                                 By R.H. Hiscock, LL.B., F.S.A.
14-07-14 Vol 107  Medieval undercroft, 36 High Street, Rochester. By D. Bacchus.
14-07-14 Vol 107  Barham: The old aisled house. By E. W. Parkin
14-07-14 Vol 107  Excavations at Bigberry, near Canterbury, 1981. By Kevin Blockley, M.I.F.A., and Paul Blockley, B.Sc.
14-07-14 Vol 107  Church building on Romney Marsh in the later Middle Ages. By Tim Tatton-Brown
14-07-14 Vol 107  The Selling to Thanet trunk water-main, Phase II, 1987: An interim report. By D.R.J. Perkins
14-07-14 Vol 107  Interim report on work carried out in 1989 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
14-07-14 Vol 107  Researches and discoveries in Kent
14-07-14 Vol 107  Investigations and excavations during the year
14-07-14 Vol 107  Reviews
14-07-14 Vol 107  General Index

12-07-14 Vol 108 
A Kentish clerical dynasty: Curteis of Sevenoaks. By Nigel Yates, M.A., F. S.Hist.S.
12-07-14 Vol 108  A Beaker burial from Manston, near Ramsgate. By D.R.J. Perkins and A.M. Gibson
12-07-14 Vol 108  Memorial to Lady Austen in Bexley Church. By K. M. Roome
12-07-14 Vol 108  Darenth Park Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dartford. By D. Batchelor
12-07-14 Vol 108  Sources for Kentish history: Trade and industry. By C. W. Chalklin
12-07-14 Vol 108  Excavations at Rochester Cathedral. By Alan Ward, M.A., and Trevor Anderson, M.A.
12-07-14 Vol 108  William de Shoreham. By Helen Wheeler, M.A.
12-07-14 Vol 108  The Roper gateway, St. Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury. By Terence Paul Smith
12-07-14 Vol 108  Discovery of Roman remains at Maidstone Road, Chatham. By D. Bacchus
12-07-14 Vol 108  Interim report on work carried out in 1990 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
12-07-14 Vol 108  Researches and discoveries in Kent:
12-07-14 Vol 108  Investigations and excavations during the year
12-07-14 Vol 108  Reviews
12-07-14 Vol 108  Obituaries
12-07-14 Vol 108  General Index

10-07-14 Vol 109 
The remains of a building in the precincts of St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, excavated in 1964.
                                  By Frank Jenkins, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A.
10-07-14 Vol 109  The ledger slabs of Canterbury Cathedral, 1991. By Tempest Hay
10-07-14 Vol 109  Kentish land measurements of the thirteenth century. By K.P. Witney
10-07-14 Vol 109  Excavation of a Belgic and Roman site at 50—54 High Street, Rochester. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
10-07-14 Vol 109  Probate accounts as a source for Kentish early modern economic and social history. By Jacqueline Bower.
10-07-14 Vol 109  Kentish map-makers of the seventeenth century. By F. Hull
10-07-14 Vol 109  Mapping and estate management on the early nineteenth-century estate: The case of the Earl of 
                                Aylesford’s estate atlas. By David H. Fletcher
10-07-14 Vol 109  Kent churches — Some new architectural notes. By Tim Tatton-Brown
10-07-14 Vol 109  The church of St. Mary the Virgin, Stone-in-Oxney, with particular reference to recent excavation of the
                                 North Chapel and to the fire of 1464. By The Revd. S.D. Harris
10-07-14 Vol 109  The Jutish cemetery at Sarre revisited: A rescue evaluation Part I. By D.R.J. Perkins
10-07-14 Vol 109  Murder at Lees Court. By Sir Richard Faber
10-07-14 Vol 109  From Staplehurst to Wellington. By D.F. Francis King, M.A., P.G.C.E.
10-07-14 Vol 109  The finances and government of the city and county of Canterbury in the eighteenth and early nineteenth
                                  centuries. By F.H. Panton
10-07-14 Vol 109  A Late Bronze Age hoard found at Monkton Court Farm, Thanet. By D.R.J. Perkins
10-07-14 Vol 109  Interim report on work carried out in 1991 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
10-07-14 Vol 109  Researches and discoveries in Kent:
10-07-14 Vol 109  Reviews
10-07-14 Vol 109  Obituaries
10-07-14 Vol 109  General Index

08-07-14 Vol 110  
The Royalist rising and parliamentary mutinies of 1645 in west Kent. By F.D. Johns, M.A.
08-07-14 Vol 110  The Romanesque crypt capitals of Canterbury Cathedral. By Richard Gameson
08-07-14 Vol 110  The excavations on the site of St. Mary’s church, Chapel Bank, Tenterden, with indications of the deserted
                                  village of Ebony. By Cecily Lebon and Alec Miles
08-07-14 Vol 110  Anglo-Saxon settlement in the Darent valley and environs. By Susan Tyler, B.A.
08-07-14 Vol 110  The Jutish cemetery at Sarre revisited: Part II. By D.R.J. Perkins
08-07-14 Vol 110  Edward Hasted, A Kentish JP. By Shirley Burgoyne Black, Ph.D.
08-07-14 Vol 110  Excavations at the south-east bastion, Rochester city wall. By D. Bacchus
08-07-14 Vol 110  Ulcombe poor in the late eighteenth—early nineteenth century. By F.H. Panton
08-07-14 Vol 110  Discovery of a thirteenth-century hoard of silver coins in the chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, 
                                 Sandwich. By Charles A. Wanostrocht
08-07-14 Vol 110  Wricklemarsh revisited. By Michael Egan
08-07-14 Vol 110  The Mount Roman villa, Maidstone. By D.B. Kelly
08-07-14 Vol 110  Seasalter: A problem borough in Domesday Kent re-examined. By Robert Baldwin, M.A.
08-07-14 Vol 110  Archaeological evaluations at Ebbsfleet in the Isle of Thanet. By D.R.J. Perkins
08-07-14 Vol 110  A history of Bifrons mansion house. By B.M. Thomas
08-07-14 Vol 110  Late Victorian embellishments to Margate. By Angela C. Bennett, B.A.
08-07-14 Vol 110  Interim report on work carried out in 1992 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
08-07-14 Vol 110  Researches and discoveries in Kent
08-07-14 Vol 110  Investigations and excavations during the year
08-07-14 Vol 110  Reviews
08-07-14 Vol 110  Obituaries
08-07-14 Vol 110  General Index

06-07-14 Vol 135  Contents Page of  of Archaeologia Cantiana Vol 135 - 2014 added

06-07-14 Vol 111  Hasted as historian. By Joan Thirsk
06-07-14 Vol 111  The significance of the hoy to Margate’s early growth as a seaside resort. By John Whyman
06-07-14 Vol 111  Sidney of Penshurst — Robert, 2nd Earl of Leicester. By Felix Hull
06-07-14 Vol 111  The Medway megaliths in perspective. By Paul Ashbee
06-07-14 Vol 111  Dartford 1660 to c. 1720. By K.M. Roome
06-07-14 Vol 111  Edward Greensted’s journey. By Jack Cronk
06-07-14 Vol 111  Peirce House, Charing: The house and its owners. By Patricia Winzar
06-07-14 Vol 111  Museums in Kent: An historical and contemporary survey. By Nigel Yates, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S
06-07-14 Vol 111  Local history in the service of society. By Arthur Percival, M.B.E., B.A., D.Litt., F.S.A.
06-07-14 Vol 111  Otham, people and places. By Hugh Vaux
06-07-14 Vol 111  The families and house of Oxenhoath, West Peckham. By Margaret Lawrence
06-07-14 Vol 111  The Chest at Chatham, 1590—1803. By Shirley Burgoyne Black, Ph.D.
06-07-14 Vol 111  The diaries of Allen Grove. By Dr Robert Spain
06-07-14 Vol 111  General Index

04-07-14 Vol 112  The population of Victorian and Edwardian Kent. By W.A. Armstrong
04-07-14 Vol 112  William Stukeley, the Kit’s Coty Houses and his coves: A note. By Paul Ashbee
04-07-14 Vol 112  Finances and government of Canterbury early to mid-nineteenth century. By F.H. Panton
04-07-14 Vol 112  Cockham Wood Fort. By Victor T.C. Smith, B.A
04-07-14 Vol 112  Country banks and economic development in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: 
                                The case of the Margate bank. By K.J. Lampard
04-07-14 Vol 112  Kentish Rag and other Kent building stones. By Bernard C. Worssam and Tim Tatton-Brown
04-07-14 Vol 112  Rochester Cathedral: The north choir aisle and the space between it and ‘Gunduif’s’ Tower. By J. Philip McAleer
04-07-14 Vol 112  A question of identity? The column figures on the west portal of Rochester Cathedral. By S. Bliss
04-07-14 Vol 112  Thomas Rolff: An examination of the structure of society within the Kentish High Weald based upon the study 
                                 of a fifteenth-century parish clerk. By J.H. Moon
04-07-14 Vol 112  Seal, Kemsing and Ightham — 1560 to 1650. By Jean Fox, C.Eng., F.B.C.S.
04-07-14 Vol 112  An Anglo-Saxon case of hyperostosis frontalis interna. By Trevor Anderson, M.A.
04-07-14 Vol 112  Franciscan lectors at Christ Church Cathedral Priory, Canterbury, 1275—1314. By Fr. Michael Robson

04-07-14 Vol 112  History of the demesne farm at Appledore from contemporary building records. By Mary Adams, B.Sc.
04-07-14 Vol 112  The early Derings. By Philip H. Blake
04-07-14 Vol 112  St. Mary’s, Dover, monumental inscriptions By Kathleen Hollingsbee and Martyn C. Webster
04-07-14 Vol 112  The first hundred years of Quakerism in Kent. By Gillian Draper, Dip. Loc. Hist
04-07-14 Vol 112  The 1566 survey of the Kent coast. By J.M. Gibson
04-07-14 Vol 112  Interim report on work carried out in 1993 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
04-07-14 Vol 112  Researches and discoveries in Kent
04-07-14 Vol 112  Reviews
07-10-03  Vol 112  Pages 439-442   Obituaries - Peter J. Tester,   C.R. Councer,   Maurice A. Crane
04-07-14 Vol 112  General index

02-07-14 Vol 114  The Canterbury—Richborough Roman road: A review. By  E.H. Panton
02-07-14 Vol 114  The population of Victorian and Edwardian Kent. By W.A. Armstrong
02-07-14 Vol 114  Trinity Fort and the defences of the second Anglo-Dutch war at Gravesend in 1667. By V.T.C. Smith, B.A., F.S.A.
02-07-14 Vol 114  Excavations on the White Cliffs Experience site, Dover, 1988—91. By David R.P. Wilkinson
02-07-14 Vol 114  The Kent yeoman in the seventeenth century. By Jacqueline Bower
02-07-14 Vol 114  The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Eccles: A preliminary report. By Rachel Shaw, M.A.
02-07-14 Vol 114  Kent churches — Some new architectural notes (contd.) By Tim Tatton-Brown
02-07-14 Vol 114  Monkton Court Farm evaluation, 1992. By D.R.J. Perkins, N. Macpherson-Grant and E. Healey
02-07-14 Vol 114  The Carmelite Friary at Sandwich. By Elizabeth Deighton
02-07-14 Vol 114  Old Romney: An examination of the evidence for a lost Saxo-Norman port. By Mark Gardiner
02-07-14 Vol 114  Parallels for the Roman lead sealing from Smyrna found at Ickham, Kent. By Michael C. W. Still, B.A.
02-07-14 Vol 114  A Bronze Age burial from St. Margaret’s-at-Cliffe. By T Anderson, M.A.
02-07-14 Vol 114  The excavation of a later Bronze Age site at Coldharbour Road, Gravesend. By Andrew Mudd
02-07-14 Vol 114  Earthwork survey and excavation at Boys Hall Moat, Sevington, Ashford. By Paul Booth and Paul Everson
02-07-14 Vol 114  Researches and Discoveries
02-07-14 Vol 114  Reviews
02-07-14 Vol 114  Obituaries
02-07-14 Vol 114  General Index

30-06-14  Vol 115  The first hundred years of Quakerism in Kent: Part II. By Gillian Draper, Dip. Loc. Hist
30-06-14  Vol 115  Witchcraft counter-spells in Charing. By Patricia Winzar
30-06-14  Vol 115  The Oxenden Monument judgment, 1978. By J. Physick
30-06-14  Vol 115  Style, patronage and artistic creativity in Kent parish church architecture. By Lawrence R. Hoey
30-06-14  Vol 115  Excavations on a Romano-British Villa at Churchfields, Snodland, 1992—94. By Vaughan Birbeck
30-06-14  Vol 115  Four vernacular texts from the pre-conquest archive of Rochester Cathedral. By Colin Flight
30-06-14  Vol 115  Sir Richard Clement, Ightham Mote and local disorder in the Early Tudor period. By Malcolm Mercer
30-06-14  Vol 115  The Trinitarian Priory of Motynden at Headcorn. By Neil Aldridge
30-06-14  Vol 115  James Tappenden, Town Clerk of Faversham, 1742—1841. By Peter Tann, M.A.
30-06-14  Vol 115  An archaeological investigation of the Royal Military Canal, near Ham Street.  By Christopher Greatorex, B.A., A.I.FA.
30-06-14  Vol 115  The Sandwich Bay wastewater treatment scheme archaeological project, 1992—94.
                                   By Carrie M. Hearne, D.R.J. Perkins and Phil Andrews
30-06-14  Vol 115  Archaeological research priorities for human remains from south-east England. By S.A. Mays and T Anderson
30-06-14  Vol 115  The compilation of a seventeenth-century Kentish manuscript book, its authorship, ownership and purpose.
                                  By Paul Lee
30-06-14  Vol 115  Excavations at Spital Street, Dartford, 1991. By Alison J. Hicks
30-06-14  Vol 115  A seal and a search. By A. Bell
30-06-14  Vol 115  The Royal Artillery barracks at Northfleet during the Napoleonic wars. By Victor T.C. Smith, B.A., F.S.A.
30-06-14  Vol 115  Researches and discoveries in Kent
30-06-14  Vol 115  Reviews
30-06-14  Vol 115  Obituaries
30-06-14  Vol 115  General index

28-06-14  Vol 116  Julliberrie’s Grave, Chilham: Retrospection and Perception. By Paul Ashbee
28-06-14  Vol 116  The Development of Roof-Tiling and Tile-Making on some mid-Kent Manors of Christ Church Priory in the
                                    thirteenth and fourteenth Centuries. By Mary Adams, B.Sc.
28-06-14  Vol 116  Earthworks Survey, Romney Marsh. By Anne Reeves
28-06-14  Vol 116  The Custom of Romney Marsh and the Statute of Sewers of 1427. By A.E.B. Owen
28-06-14  Vol 116  Tonbridge Castle: Further Observations on an ancient Castle. By Sydney Simmons, F.I.C.E.
28-06-14  Vol 116  Finances and Government of Canterbury: Eighteenth to mid-nineteenth Century Court of Guardians. By F.H. Panton
28-06-14  Vol 116  The Wreck of the S.S. Castor (1870—1894) and the Recovery of Part of the Ship’s Cargo. By R. Cross.
28-06-14  Vol 116  An architectural Survey of Littlebourne Barn. By Rupert Austin
28-06-14  Vol 116  A Group of seventeenth-century Trade Tokens in Maidstone Museum. By Ron Josland, B.A., Cert. Arch.
28-06-14  Vol 116  Sevenoaks, Seal and Ightham — 1560 to 1650. By Jean Fox, C.Eng., F.B.C.S.
28-06-14  Vol 116  The Trust for Thanet Archaeology: Evaluation Work carried out in 1995, Hartsdown Community Woodland
                                   Scheme, Margate. By D.R.J. Perkins
28-06-14  Vol 116  The Rear Defence Walls of New Tavern Fort, Gravesend, 1795. By Victor T.C. Smith, B.A., F.S.A.
28-06-14  Vol 116  The International Entrepôt at Dover in Crisis: English Fishing Entrepreneurs, Dunkirk Privateers, Government 
                                  Policy, and The Character of King Charles I, 1637— 1640. By Jon Kepler
28-06-14  Vol 116  Interim Report on Excavations in Advance of the Dualling of the A253 Between Monkton and Mount Pleasant, Thanet.
28-06-14  Vol 116  Interim Report on Work Carried Out by The Canterbury Archaeological Trust
28-06-14  Vol 116  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
28-06-14  Vol 116  Reviews
28-06-14  Vol 116  Obituaries - Prof. Bryan Keith-Lucas, Norman Cook
28-06-14  Vol 116  General Index

26-06-14  Vol 11
The Sandwich to Dover Turnpike, 1833-1874. By Dr Frank W. G. Andrews
26-06-14  Vol 117  An Assault on the Royal Justices at Ash and the making of the Sandwich Custumal. By Justin Croft
26-06-14  Vol 117  Recovering the Past: The Aftermath of Canterbury Cathedral’s Audit House Fire of 1670. By M.M.N. Stansfield
26-06-14  Vol 117  The Roman Road at Springhead Nurseries. By V.T.C. Smith, B.A., F.S.A.
26-06-14  Vol 117  The Earldom of Kent from c. 1050 till 1189. By Colin Flight
26-06-14  Vol 117  Factors in Market Establishment in medieval England: The Evidence from Kent 1086-1350. By Bradley A McLain
26-06-14  Vol 117  Archaeological Investigations on the Motorway Service Area, Junction 8, M20 at Eyhorne Street, Hollingbourne.
                                    By Ian R. Scott

26-06-14  Vol 117  Aylesford’s Bronze Age Cists and Burials. By Paul Ashbee
26-06-14  Vol 117  A Kentish Clerical Dynasty: Curteis of Sevenoaks. By Nigel Yates, MA., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S.
26-06-14  Vol 117  The Public Markets of some north-west Kent Towns 1700-1850. By Jan Mitchell
26-06-14  Vol 117  Combs with perforated handles. By Jan Riddler
26-06-14  Vol 117  The Excavation of a Medieval Site at Walsingham School, St. Paul’s Cray, Bromley, 1995. By M John Saunders
26-06-14  Vol 117  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
26-06-14  Vol 117  Reviews
26-06-14  Vol 117  General Index

24-06-14  Vol 118  Coldrum Revisited and Reviewed. By Paul Ashbee
24-06-14  Vol 118  The Lords and Ladies of Tonbridge Castle. By Sydney Simmons, F.I.C.E.
24-06-14  Vol 118  The 1832 Poor Law Commission’s Answers to Rural Queries. Goudhurst: a Case Study of a Wealden Parish.
                                  By Peter Bagshaw
24-06-14  Vol 118  St. Gregory’s Priory, Canterbury: A Re-assessment. By M. Sparks
24-06-14  Vol 118  Excavations at Each End, Ash, 1992. By Alison J. Hicks
24-06-14  Vol 118  The Scribal Work of Eadmer of Canterbury to 1109. By Michael Gullick
24-06-14  Vol 118  Springhead Gardens and the Archaeology of Kent Watercress Beds. By David Eve
24-06-14  Vol 118  Worked Whale Vertebrae. By Ian Riddler
24-06-14  Vol 118  Kent International Business Park, Manston: Excavations and Evaluations 1994-1997, Report 1.
                                   By D.R.J. Perkins, E. Boast, T. Wilson, and N. Macpherson-Grant
24-06-14  Vol 118  Nineteenth Century Sandwich. By Dr Frank W.G. Andrews
24-06-14  Vol 118  Finances and Government of Canterbury: Eighteenth-to mid nineteenth-century Canterbury Courts of Justice.
                                  By F.H. Panton
24-06-14  Vol 118  An Early Romano-British Salt-Working Site at Scotney Court. By L. Barber
24-06-14  Vol 118  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
24-06-14  Vol 118  Obituary - A.C. Harrison, Esq.
24-06-14  Vol 118  General Index

22-06-14  Vol 119  Kent’s Elizabethan JPs at Work. By Michael L. Zell
22-06-14  Vol 119  Anglo-Saxon Eastry: Some recent Discoveries and Excavations. By Keith Parfitt
22-06-14  Vol 119  Orthodox Parish Religion and Chapels of Ease in late mediaeval England: the case of St George’s chapel in Gravesend.
                                  By Paul Lee
22-06-14  Vol 119  Excavations at the Mount Roman Villa, Maidstone, 1994. By Mark Houliston
22-06-14  Vol 119  The Saint of Newington; Who was Robert le Bouser? By Diana Webb
22-06-14  Vol 119  Archaeology of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Compiled by Helen J. Glass
22-06-14  Vol 119  Lancastrian Loyalism in Kent during the Wars of the Roses. By Malcolm Mercer
22-06-14  Vol 119  Patterns of Inheritance and Attitudes to Women Revealed in Wills: the Tonbridge area1500-1560.
                                 By Alison M. A. Williams
22-06-14  Vol 119  The Medway Megaliths in a European Context. By Paul Ashbee
22-06-14  Vol 119  Parish Churches in the Diocese of Rochester, c. 1320-c. 1520. By Colin Flight
22-06-14  Vol 119  A Romano-British Site at Summerton Way, Thamesmead, London Borough of Bexley. By Dave Lakin.
22-06-14  Vol 119  Canterbury Court of Guardians: Eighteenth Century - a Postscript. By F. H. Panton
22-06-14  Vol 119  Excavations at the Site of West Court Manor House, Chalk. By Peter Moore
22-06-14  Vol 119  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
22-06-14  Vol 119  Reviews
24-07-12 Vol 119  Obituaries
22-06-14  Vol 119  General Index

20-06-14  Vol 120  The Building Stones of Rochester Cathedral Crypt. By Bernard C. Worssam
20-06-14  Vol 120  Westgate on Sea - Fashionable Watering-Place: the First Thirty Years. By Dawn Crouch
20-06-14  Vol 120  Archaeological Investigations at Sandwich Castle. By I.J. Stewart
20-06-14  Vol 120  The Exile of two Kentish Royalists during the English Civil War. By Michael G. Brennan
20-06-14  Vol 120  A Roman Occupation Site at Dickson’s Corner, Worth. By Keith Parfitt
20-06-14  Vol 120  The Abortive Plan for Northfleet Naval Dockyard during the Napoleonic Wars. By Philip MacDougall
20-06-14  Vol 120  The Origins of the Swale: an Archaeological Interpretation. By Tim Allen
20-06-14  Vol 120  The Construction of the Sevenoaks Railway Tunnel 1863-68. By Tessa Leeds
20-06-14  Vol 120  Iron Age Coinage in Kent. By David Holman
20-06-14  Vol 120  Maidstone Grammar School 1833-82. By James Clinch
20-06-14  Vol 120  St Mary Magdalene’s Chapel, Lidsing. By Alan Ward
20-06-14  Vol 120  Responses to the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745 in Deptford and Lewisham. By Jonathan Oates
20-06-14  Vol 120  Jutish Glass Production in Kent: and the problem of the Base Cups. By D.R.J. Perkins
20-06-14  Vol 120  The Emergence of Edward Hasted as Historian of Kent. By Shirley Burgoyne Black
20-06-14  Vol 120  The Medway’s Megalithic Long Barrows. By Paul Ashbee
20-06-14  Vol 120  Finances and Government of Canterbury 1700-1850; an Overview. By F.H. Panton
20-06-14  Vol 120  Neolithic, Beaker and Anglo-Saxon Remains: Laundry Road, Minster in Thanet. By Emma Boast and Alex Gibson
20-06-14  Vol 120  Researches and Discoveries in Kent
20-06-14  Vol 120  Reviews
20-06-14  Vol 120  Obituary
20-06-14  Vol 120  Brief Notes on the Contributors
20-06-14  Vol 120  General Index

18-06-14  Vol 121 
The Roman Shrine at Westhawk Farm, Ashford: a Preliminary Account. By Paul Booth
18-06-14  Vol 121  Romanisation: a Kentish Perspective. By Colin Andrews
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Roman Archaeology of the Isle of Thanet. By D. R. J. Perkins
18-06-14  Vol 121  William Stukeley’s Kentish Studies of Roman and other Remains. By Paul Ashbee
18-06-14  Vol 121  Early Roman Burial in Dartford. By Paul Hutchings
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Evolution of ‘Watling Street’ in Kent. By Tim Tatton-Brown
18-06-14  Vol 121  Little Farningham Farm, Cranbrook, Revisited. By Neil Aldridge
18-06-14  Vol 121  Death and Social Division at Roman Springhead. By Malcolm Davies
18-06-14  Vol 121  Excavation at Syndale Park, Ospringe. By Lucy Sibun
21-07-03  Vol 121  The Published Works of Alec Detsicas
18-06-14  Vol 121  Westenhanger Castle — a Revised Interpretation. By David and Barbara Martin
18-06-14  Vol 121  Attack and Defence at Old Soar Manor, Plaxtol. By Derek Renn
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Archbishop’s Manor at Ford, Hoath. By Harold Gough

18-06-14  Vol 121  St Leonard’s Tower: Some Aspects of Anglo-Norman Building Design and Construction. By Michael North
18-06-14  Vol 121  Ford Place, Wrotham. By Jayne Semple and Kenneth Gravett
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Archbishop’s Palace at Charing in the Middle Ages. By Sarah Pearson
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Building Activities of Henry Oxinden of Barham. By Judith Roberts
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Crypt at St Nicholas Court, St Nicholas at Wade, Thanet.  By P. J. C. Lambert and K. H. McIntosh
18-06-14  Vol 121  St Mary’s Abbey, West Mailing. By Alan Ward
18-06-14  Vol 121  The Published Works of Kenneth W. E. Gravett. Compiled by P. J. C. Lambert
18-06-14  Vol 121  Brief Notes on the Contributors
18-06-14  Vol 121  General Index

13-06-14  Vol 122  Cobham Hall: the House and Gardens. By Tim Tatton-Brown
13-06-14  Vol 122  Interpersonal Violence in Kent, 1460-1560. By Karen Jones
13-06-14  Vol 122  A Roman site at Home Farm, Eynsford. By Brian Philp and Maurice Chenery
13-06-14  Vol 122  The Population of Sandwich from the Accession of Elizabeth Ito the Civil War. By Jane Andrewes and Michael Zell
13-06-14  Vol 122  One for the Road? Providing Food and Drink for the Final Journey. By Edward Biddulph
09-11-04  Vol 122  Patrixbourne Church: Medieval Patronage, Fabric and History. By Mary Berg
13-06-14  Vol 122  A Forgotten Kentish Rebellion, September-October 1470. By Malcolm Mercer
13-06-14  Vol 122  Excavations at Biggin Street, Dover. By David Wilkinson and Duncan Wood
13-06-14  Vol 122  Faversham’ s Role in the Armada and Counter-Armada. By Patricia Hyde and Duncan Harrington
13-06-14  Vol 122  Stone Supply to the Saxon Shore Forts at Reculver, Richborough, Dover and Lympne. By Andrew Pearson
13-06-14  Vol 122  The Management of Dering Wood, Smarden, since the Medieval Period: Archaeological and Documentary Evidence.
                                  By Nicola Bannister
13-06-14  Vol 122  Supporting the Canterbury Hospitals: Benefaction and the Language of Charity in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.
                                  By Sheila Sweetinburgh
13-06-14  Vol 122  Late Bronze Age, Romano-British and Early/Middle Saxon features at Hoo St Werburgh. By Chris Moore
13-06-14  Vol 122  Interpretations of the Influence of the Immigrant Population in Kent in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.
                                   By Elizabeth Edwards
13-06-14  Vol 122  Roman Greenwich. By Gary Brown
13-06-14  Vol 122  The Kentish Copperas Industry. By Tim Allen, Mike Cotterill and Geoffrey Pike
13-06-14  Vol 122  St Margaret in Kent: Two Eleventh-Century Anecdotes. By Diana Webb
13-06-14  Vol 122  Interim Reports on Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 1998-2000
13-06-14  Vol 122  The Release of Ornaments in the Archbishop’s Chapel and some other arrangements following 
                                  Simon Mepham’s Elevation. By Roy Martin Haines
13-06-14  Vol 122  A Prehistoric Site off Green Lane, Whitfield, near Dover. By Keith Parfitt
13-06-14  Vol 122  Researches and Discoveries
13-06-14  Vol 122  Reviews
13-06-14  Vol 122  Obituaries
13-06-14  Vol 122  Brief Notes on the Contributors
13-06-14  Vol 122  General Index

12-06-14  Vol 123  The Warren Farm Chamber: a Reconsideration. By Paul Ashbee
12-06-14  Vol 123  Joining the Sisters: Female Inmates of the Late Medieval Hospitals in East Kent. By Sheila Sweetinburgh
12-06-14  Vol 123  Ritual and Riverside Settlement: a Multi-Period Site at Princes Road, Dartford. By Paul Hutchings
12-06-14  Vol 123  Debt in the Cranbrook Region in the Late Seventeenth Century. By Anthony Poole
12-06-14  Vol 123  Newbury Farm, Tonge: Kent’s Earliest Known Aisled Hall House. By Rupert Austin
12-06-14  Vol 123  A Belgic-Early Roman Site at Great Mongeham, near Deal. By Keith Parfitt 
12-06-14  Vol 123  The Development of the Park and Gardens at Knole. By Kristina Taylor
12-06-14  Vol 123  Railways and the Community: the Kentish Evidence. By Frank W.G. Andrews
12-06-14  Vol 123  A New Roman Site Discovered at Rochester. By Brian Philp
12-06-14  Vol 123  The Church in Medieval Greenwich. By Michael Egan
12-06-14  Vol 123  Prehistoric Activity in the Cray Valley: a New Site at Old Bexley. By Barry John Bishop
12-06-14  Vol 123  The Herries Family and the Building of St Julians, Underriver, 1819-1837. By Margaret Bates and David Killingray .
12-06-14  Vol 123  Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
12-06-14  Vol 123  St Michael’s Chapel, Canterbury Cathedral: a Lancastrian Mausoleum. By Mark Duffy
12-06-14  Vol 123  Romanesque Fonts in Kent: the French Connections. By C.S. Drake
12-06-14  Vol 123  An Archaeological Evaluation of the Medieval Shipyard Facilities at Small Hythe. By Peter S. Bellamy and Gustav Milne
12-06-14  Vol 123  Researches and Discoveries
12-06-14  Vol 123  Reviews
12-06-14  Vol 123  Brief Notes on the Contributors
12-06-14  Vol 123  General Index

10-06-14  Vol 124  Rope Making at Chatham during the early Nineteenth Century. By Philip MacDougall
10-06-14  Vol 124  The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 1: Introduction and Report on the Bath-House.
                                    By D.R.G. Perkins and K  Parfitt 
10-06-14  Vol 124  Romanesque Churches in the Diocese of Rochester. By Malcolm Thurlby
10-06-14  Vol 124  Roman finds at Holy Trinity Churchyard, Dartford. By Greg Priestley-Bell and Luke Barber 
10-06-14  Vol 124  Iron Manufacture in Tonbridge Parish, with special reference to Barden furnace 1552-1771. By Christopher Chalklin
10-06-14  Vol 124  Swine, Salt and Seafood: a Case Study of Anglo-Saxon and Early Medieval Settlement in North-East Kent. By Tim Allen
10-06-14  Vol 124  The Religion of Sir Roger Twysden (1597-1672): a Case Study in Gentry Piety in Seventeenth-Century England.
                                     By Sue Petrie
10-06-14   Vol 124  Cabriabanus — a Romano-British Tile Craftsman in Kent. By Malcolm Davies
10-06-14  Vol 124  Wax, Stone and Iron: Dover’s Town Defences in the late Middle Ages. By Sheila Sweetinburgh
10-06-14  Vol 124  Great Tottington’s Sarsen Stones. By Paul Ashbee.
10-06-14  Vol 124  The Fourteenth-Century Merchant Ship from Sandwich: a Study in Medieval Maritime Archaeology. By Gustav Milne
10-06-14  Vol 124  Excavations at Barton Hill Drive, Minster-in-Sheppey. By Mick Diack
10-06-14  Vol 124  A London City Church Estate in Kent: St Botolph’s, Sevenoaks, 1646-2002. By David Killingray
10-06-14  Vol 124  Excavations on the Romano-British Industrial Site at Broomhey Farm, Cooling. By Alec Miles
10-06-14  Vol 124  Refortification at Rochester in the 1220s: a Public/Private Partnership? By Derek Renn
10-06-14  Vol 124  Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
10-06-14  Vol 124  Church Archaeology 410 to 597: the Problems of Continuity By Alan Ward
10-06-14  Vol 124  A Round Barrow near Haynes Farm, Eythorne. By Keith Parfitt
10-06-14  Vol 124  Reviews
10-06-14  Vol 124  Obituaries
10-06-14  Vol 124  Brief Notes on the Contributors
10-06-14  Vol 124  General Index

09-06-14 Vol 125  Selling: a Case Study in Institutional Relief under the Old Poor Law, 1750-1835.  By John Wilsher
09-06-14 Vol 125  Archaeological Investigations at Canterbury Police Station. By Mick Diack
09-06-14 Vol 125  The Dens of Benenden. By Ernest Pollard and Hazel Strouts
09-06-14 Vol 125  Later Prehistoric Settlement on the Hoo Peninsula: excavations at Kingsmead Park,  Allhallows.
                                 By Christopher Greatorex
09-06-14 Vol 125  The Chantry College of Cobham. By James M. Gibson
09-06-14 Vol 125  Medieval Tonbridge reviewed in the light of recent excavations at Lyons, East Street. 
                                 By Eliott Wragg, Chris Jarrett and Jeremy Haslam
09-06-14 Vol 125  The ‘Men of Kent’ and the Penenden Heath Meeting, 1828. By Kathryn Beresford
09-06-14 Vol 125  A Belgic Cremation Cemetery and Iron Bloomery Furnace at Jubilee Corner, Ulcombe.  By Neil Aldridge
09-06-14 Vol 125  Charing Clocks, Clockmakers and Clockkeepers. By Chris H.K. Williams
09-06-14 Vol 125  The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 2: Iron-Age, Roman and post-Roman Coinage.
                                 By David Holman and Keith Parfitt
09-06-14 Vol 125  King Alfred's naval engagement with the Danes, 885: which River Stour?  By Christine Grainge
09-06-14 Vol 125  A Roman enclosure system in the Little Stour valley at Ickham.  By Christopher Sparey-Green
09-06-14 Vol 125  Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
09-06-14 Vol 125  Old St Albans Court, Nonington. By Peter Hobbs
09-06-14 Vol 125  Twelfth- and early Thirteenth-Century Charters containing pledges naming Thomas Becket. By Mary Berg
09-06-14 Vol 125  The Mead Way, the Street and Doddinghyrnan in Rochester Revisited. By Alan Ward
09-06-14 Vol 125  Sir Edward Dering of Surrenden Dering and his 'Booke of Expences', 1617-1628. By Laetitia Yeandle
09-06-14 Vol 125  A Roman Cremation Cemetery at Walmer. By Richard Hoskins, David Holman and Keith Parfitt
09-06-14 Vol 125  A list of the Holders of Land in Kent c. 1120. By Colin Flight
09-06-14 Vol 125  Researches and Discoveries
09-06-14 Vol 125  Reviews
09-06-14 Vol 125  Obituaries
09-06-14 Vol 125  Brief Notes on the Contributors
09-06-14 Vol 125  General Index

08-06-14 Vol 131  The Social Structure of New Romney as revealed in the 1381 Poll Tax Returns. By Sheila Sweetinburgh
08-06-14 Vol 131  A Review of Canterbury's Romano-British Cemeteries. By Jake Weekes
08-06-14 Vol 131  The Medieval Decorated Tile Pavement at St Mary's Church, Brook: the Finest Survival of the Tyler Hill Floor Tile Industry.
                                  By Irene Pellett
08-06-14 Vol 131  The Kentish Origins and Connections of Sir George Brown (c.1438-1483). By J.T. Driver
08-06-14 Vol 131  Excavations and Discoveries at the Romano-British Cemetery, East Hill, Dartford. By A.N. Herbert
08-06-14 Vol 131  School Exercises from Canterbury, c.1480. By Nicholas Orme
08-06-14 Vol 131  The Medieval Hospital of St Mary The Blessed Virgin, Ospringe (Maison Dieu): Further Details of its Original Layout
                                  Revealed by Excavations at the Fairways. By Andrew Margetts
08-06-14 Vol 131  In the Name of the Fallen: Legitimising the Great War in East Kent. By Peter Donaldson
08-06-14 Vol 131  Kent's Twentieth-Century Military and Civil Defences. Part 2 - Medway. By Victor T.C. Smith
08-06-14 Vol 131  The Development of Tonbridge seen through the Gate of its Castle: Recent Excavations at the former Bank Street Stock
                                 and Cattle Market. By Stuart Holden, Gillian Draper, Chris Jarrett and Damian Goodburn
08-06-14 Vol 131  The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 8: The Pottery. By Malcolm Lyne
08-06-14 Vol 131  Profession and Death at Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1207-1534. By Joe Connor
08-06-14 Vol 131  A Mesolithic Site at Tong's Meadow, West Street, Harrietsham. By Paul Riccoboni and Dan Swift
08-06-14 Vol 131  Rose of Dover (d. 1261), Richard of Chilham and an Inheritance in Kent. By Richard Cassidy
08-06-14 Vol 131  An Archaeological Interpretative Survey of the Old Castle, Scotney, Lamberhurst: Part 1- The Medieval Period.
                                 By David Martin, Barbara Martin and Jane Clubb
08-06-14 Vol 131  The Storage of Canterbury Cathedral Archives and their Travels 1541-1967. By Margaret Sparks
08-06-14 Vol 131  Early Roman Evidence for Intensive Cultivation and Malting of Spelt Wheat at Nonington.
                                  By Richard Helm and Wendy Carruthers
08-06-14 Vol 131  Early Modern Thanet: a Closed or Open Society? Evidence from a Study of Marriage Making and Marriage Horizons
                                  C.1560-C.1620. By Gill Wyatt
08-06-14 Vol 131  An Iron Age and Romano-British Site on Wood Hill, Kingsdown, near Deal. By Keith Parfitt
08-06-14 Vol 131  Reviews
08-06-14 Vol 131  Kentish Bibliography 2010
08-06-14 Vol 131  Obituaries
08-06-14 Vol 131  Notes on the Contributors
08-06-14 Vol 131  General Index

01-06-14 Vol 130  Kent's Twentieth-Century Military and Civil Defences: Part 1 - Thameside. By Victor T.C. Smith
01-06-14 Vol 130  Influences Shaping the Human Landscape of the Sevenoaks Area since c. 1600.  By David Killingray
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Discovery of a Quadrans Novus at The House of Agnes, St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury.
                                  By Andrew Linklater and Elly Dekker
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Neolithic to Post-Medieval Archaeology of Kingsborough, Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey: from Monuments to Fields.
                                   By Jörn Schuster
01-06-14 Vol 130  ‘My Painted Chamber’ and Other Rooms: Stephen Hulkes and the History of Calico House, Newnham. 
                                   By Rupert Austin and Sheila Sweetinburgh
01-06-14 Vol 130  Later Bronze Age Cremation at West Cliff, Ramsgate. By Gerald Moody, Nigel Macpherson-Grant and Trevor Anderson
01-06-14 Vol 130  Investigations at a Prehistoric, Romano-British and Early Medieval Site at Little New House  Farm, Headcorn.
                                   By Neil Aldridge
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Medieval ‘Upmarket’ Ward of Dover: Archaeological Evidence from Laureston Place, Castle Hill. By Keith Parfitt
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Medieval Origins of Phelip's Lodge, Rochester, and its Later Development. By David Bacchus
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Mill on the Leybourne Stream and its Water Management in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.
                                    By Simon Pratt, Peter Seary and Sheila Sweetinburgh
01-06-14 Vol 130  Henry Alford, Dean of Canterbury (1857-71), and the Victorian Church of England By Brian M. Hogben
01-06-14 Vol 130  Bronze Age Features, including a Burnt Mound, at Deals Gateway (former Deptford Pumping Station), Deptford.
                                    By Stephen Hammond
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Distribution Patterns of Bronze Age Round Barrows in North-East Kent. By Dave Perkins
01-06-14 Vol 130  The Roman Villa Complex at Abbey Farm, Minster in Thanet. Part 7: Building 7, a Late Roman Kiln and 
                                     Post-Built Structures. By Gerald Moody
01-06-14 Vol 130   Archaeological Notes and Summaries
01-06-14 Vol 130   Historical Research Notes
01-06-14 Vol 130   Book Reviews
01-06-14 Vol 130   Kentish Bibliography 2009
01-06-14 Vol 130   Obituaries
01-06-14 Vol 130   Notes on the Contributors
01-06-14 Vol 130   General Index


05-03-14 Vol 114  Monkton Court Farm evaluation, 1992. By D.R.J. Perkins, N. Macpherson-Grant and E. Healey

03-03-14 Vol 129  Early Roman Features, possibly Defensive, and the Modern Development of the Parkland Landscape at
                                  Ingress Abbey, Greenhithe. By Les Capon
03-03-14 Vol 129  Grassroots Politics in West Kent since the late Eighteenth Century. By David Killingray
03-03-14 Vol 129  Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches from East Kent and the Isle of Wight: Typological and Genealogical Perspectives.
                                   By Seiichi Suzuki
03-03-14 Vol 129  Was Sir Thomas Wyatt able to draw on a Culture of Rebellion in Kent in 1554?  By Martyn Ellis
03-03-14 Vol 129  Preliminary Report on Excavations at Hull Place Roman Villa, Sholden, 2005-7.  By Keith Parfitt
03-03-14 Vol 129  Reconstructing Literary Life in the Provinces with special reference to the  Elizabethan Gentry of Kent.
                                 By Claire Bartram
03-03-14 Vol 129  An Archaeological Investigation at Kingsborough Farm and Kingsborough Manor,  Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey.
                                 By Simon Stevens
03-03-14 Vol 129  Old Soar Manor, near Plaxtol: House, Land and Occupants over Seven Centuries. By Jayne Semple
03-03-14 Vol 129  Prehistoric Settlement Patterns on the North Kent Coast between Seasalter and the Wantsum. By Tim Allen
03-03-14 Vol 129  Striving to Succeed in late Medieval Canterbury: the life of Thomas Fokys, publican, mayor and alderman c. 1460-1535.
                                 By Paul A. Fox
03-03-14 Vol 129  Two 'New' Town Gates, Roman buildings and an Anglo-Saxon sanctuary at St Mildred's Tannery, Canterbury.
                                  By Simon Pratt
03-03-14 Vol 129  The Demise of the Kent Broadcloth Industry in the Seventeenth Century: England's first De-Industrialization.
                                 By Lorraine Flisher and Michael Zell
03-03-14 Vol 129  The Evidence of Settlement at Plaxtol in the Late Iron Age and Romano-British periods. By Malcolm Davies
03-03-14 Vol 129  Kentish Place Names - were they ever Celtic?  By Michael Goormachtigh and Anthony Durham
03-03-14 Vol 129  An Initial Investigation of an Early Routeway and Boundary, possibly Prehistoric, in Bedgebury Forest. 
                                 By Nicola R. Bannister and Debbie Bartlett

03-03-14 Vol 129  Further Investigation of Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Eastry. By Keith Parfitt and Sheila Sweetinburgh
03-03-14 Vol 129  The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 6: the Villa Enclosure, Buildings 2 and 5. 
                                 By Keith Parfitt, Emma Boast and Gerald Moody
03-03-14 Vol 129  Archaeological Notes and Summaries
03-03-14 Vol 129  Historical Research Notes
03-03-14 Vol 129  Book Reviews
03-03-14 Vol 129  Kentish Bibliography 2008
03-03-14 Vol 129  Obituaries / Notes on the Contributors
03-03-14 Vol 129  General Index

26-02-14 Vol 128  The Coming of the Doctor': as Illustrated by the Career of Richard Hope of Cranbrook (d.1725). By Peter Allen
26-02-14 Vol 128  An Unknown Medieval Site, Possibly a Manorial Chapel, at Crabble, Dover. By Keith Parfitt
26-02-14 Vol 128  William Matthew Flinders Petrie - the Kentish Years. By Patricia E. Knowlden
26-02-14 Vol 128  The Coinage of William I in Kent. By Peter Bagwell Purefoy
26-02-14 Vol 128  Prehistoric Activity at Westwood, Broadstairs. By Kristopher Poole and Leo Webley
26-02-14 Vol 128  The Kilwardby Survey of 1273-4: the Demesne Manors of the Archbishop of Canterbury in the later 13th Century.
                                  By Jennifer Ward
26-02-14 Vol 128  Archaeological Investigations at Castle Road, Sittingbourne. By Jon Sygrave
26-02-14 Vol 128  Brotherhood and Confraternity at Canterbury Cathedral Priory in the 15th Century: the Evidence of 
                                  John Stone's By Meriel Connor
26-02-14 Vol 128  Two Beaker Burials Recently Discovered on the Isle of Thanet. By Paul Hart and Gerald Moody
26-02-14 Vol 128  The Medieval Deer Parks of Wrotham. By Jayne Semple
26-02-14 Vol 128  Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
26-02-14 Vol 128  The Accounts of the Wardens of the Town Lands of Tonbridge, 1574-1760. By Christopher Chalklin
26-02-14 Vol 128  The Bronze Age Gold, Amber and Shale Cups from Southern England and the European Mainland: a Review Article.
                                     By Paul Ashbee
26-02-14 Vol 128  Kent and the Sea. By Sarah Palmer
26-02-14 Vol 128  Excavation of a Medieval Settlement at Pond Field, Littlebrook, Dartford. By C.R. Baker and A. N. Herbert
26-02-14 Vol 128  An Early Boundary, probably Anglo-Saxon, associated with Roman sites in Benenden.
                                      By Ernest Pollard and Neil Aldridge
26-02-14 Vol 128  The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 5: the Main House, Building I.
                                      By Keith Parfitt, Dave Perkins, Emma Boast and Gerald Moody
26-02-14 Vol 128  Churchgoing in the Cradle of English Christianity: Kentish Evidence from the 16th to the 20th Centuries.
                                      By Clive D. Field
26-02-14 Vol 128  Researches and Discoveries
                                   Traces of Prehistoric and Romano-British Occupation at Barton Mill, Canterbury
                                   Latin Rumen 'Gullet' and the name of Romney
                                   Some Notes on the Technical Details of Mills provided by the Kilwardby Survey
                                   The Earliest Kentish Windmills
                                   Geophysical Survey and Evaluation Trenching at Queenborough Castle, Isle of Sheppey
                                   Captain George Gooch, the First Resident at Fort House, Broadstairs
26-02-14 Vol 128  Reviews
26-02-14 Vol 128  Kentish Bibliography 2007
26-02-14 Vol 128  Notes on the Contributors
26-02-14 Vol 128  General Index

24-02-14 Vol   25  Lists of Officers  x;  Rules  xiv;  List of Members  xvi,  Illustration Fund xxxiii, 
                                    Cash Accounts for 1900 and 1901  xxxiv,  Proceedings, Report, etc., 1901 xxxix
24-02-14 Vol   25  Researches and Discoveries in Kent 1900—1901.    By George Payne, F.L.S., F.S.A.
24-02-14 Vol   25  Romano-British Internments at Lower Walmer By Cumberland H. Woodruff, F.L.S., F.S.A.
24-02-14 Vol   25  Visitations of the Archdeacon of Canterbury By Arthur Hussey 
24-02-14 Vol   25  Dent-de-Lion Gatehouse, Margate, with a Pedigree of the Family of Pettit  By the Rev. C. E. Woodruff, M.A.
24-02-14 Vol   25  The Church of  St John the Baptist, Margate By Charles Cotton, F.R.C.P.,  
24-02-14 Vol   25  Dover Chamberlains' Accounts 1365-67 By the Rev. S. P. H. Statham
24-02-14 Vol   25  Thirteenth Century Wall-Painting at Upchurch  By Cumberland H. Woodruff, .F.S.A.
24-02-14 Vol   25  St Mary's Church, Minster, Isle of Thanet - List of Vicars By the Rev. T. Shipdem Frampton, M.A., F.S.A
24-02-14 Vol   25  Church Plate in Kent By the Rev. C. R. Woodruff,  M.A.
24-02-14 Vol   25  Sutton Valence Castle By Harold Sands
24-02-14 Vol   25  The Chantry of John Dents in Ickham Church By the Rev. T. Shipdem Frampton, M.A., F.S.A.
24-02-14 Vol   25  Excavations at St Austin's Abbey, Canterbury
                                  I. The Chapel of St Pancras By W. H. St. John Hope, MA.
                                 
II. The Church of St Peter and St Paul By the Rev. C. F Routledge, M.A., F.S.A
24-02-14 Vol   25  Notes and Queries 
24-02-14 Vol   25  Descriptive Catalogue of Documents belonging to the Kent Archaeological Society
24-02-14 Vol   25  Notice of Books 
24-02-14 Vol   25  General Index
24-02-14 Vol   25  List of Archaeological Papers Published in 1899 - Index on page 50 of PDF
                             List of Archaeological Papers Published in 1900 - Index on page 99 of PDF Compiled by G. Laurence Gomme, F.S.A.

20-02-14 Vol    2  Proceedings at the Second Annual Meeting
20-02-14 Vol    2 
Genealogical notices of the Northwoods
20-02-14 Vol    2 
Ancient Sepulchral Shaft at Bekesbourne by John Brent, jun., Esq, F.S.A 
20-02-14 Vol    2 
A help towards a Kentish Monasticon by W. E. Flaherty, Esq
20-02-14 Vol    2  Ancient Rochester or Durobrivae, viewed as the site of Roman Camp and Station by Beale  Poste
20-02-14 Vol    2  Rochester Records by Robert Willis Blencowe, Esq
20-02-14 Vol    2  The Dumb Borsholder Chart, in the Parish of  Wateringbury by the Rev Henry Stevens
20-02-14 Vol    2  Notes from the Parochial Register of Orlestone  by W.I. Lightfoot, Esq
20-02-14 Vol    2  Cowling (Cooling) Castle
20-02-14 Vol    2  Notes of the Brasses, Memorial Windows, and Escutcheons formerly existing in Ashford and Willesborough Churches
                                by Herbert L. Smith, Esq
20-02-14 Vol    2  Fabric Roll of Rochester Castle
20-02-14 Vol    2  Monuments in Folkestone Church
20-02-14 Vol    2  Discovery of a Romano-British Cemetery at Westborough, Maidstone by Beale Poste
20-02-14 Vol    2  Archbishop Warham's Letters
20-02-14 Vol    2  Sir Roger Twysden's Journal
20-02-14 Vol    2  Miscellanea
20-02-14 Vol    2  Pedes Finium
20-02-14 Vol    2  Index to Pedes Finium
20-02-14 Vol    2  Inquisitiones Post Mortem
20-02-14 Vol    2  Iindex to Inquisitiones Post Mortem
20-02-14 Vol    2 General Index

16-02-14 Vol 134  A History of the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Diocese of Canterbury, 1566-86, based on the Cause
                                 papers bound within the Volume MS.F.4.12. By Karen Rushton
18-01-14 Vol 134  Contents Pages of Archaeologia Cantiana Vol 134 - 2014 added

08-07-13 Vol 133  Contents Pages of Archaeologia Cantiana Vol 133 - 2013 added

09-06-13 Vol   02  On the recent discoveries of Roman remains at Plaxtol, in Kent. by Major Luard, R.A
31-05-13 Vol   93  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1976: Final Interim Report.   By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
19-05-13 Vol   92  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1975: Fourteenth Interim Report.  By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
12-04-13 Vol   91 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1974: Thirteenth Interim Report    By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
25-03-13 Vol   89  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa. 1973: Twelfth Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
16-03-13 Vol   88  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1972: Eleventh Interim Report  By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
26-02-13 Vol   87  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1971: Tenth Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
14-02-13 Vol   86  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1970: Ninth Interim Report.
By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
31-01-13 Vol   85 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1969: Eight Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
23-12-12 Vol   84  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1968: Seventh Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot

30-11-12 Vol   83 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1967: Sixth Interim Report By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
24-10-12 Vol   79  The Chetney Hill Lazaret By P. Froggatt, M.A., M.D., D.P.H.
19-10-12
Vol   82  Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1966: Fifth Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
12-09-12 Vol   81 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1965: Fourth Interim Report  By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
29-08-12 Vol   80 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1964: Third Interim Report  By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
26-08-12 Vol   79 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1963: Second Interim Report  By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
28-07-12 Vol   78 
Excavations at Eccles Roman Villa, 1962: First Interim Report   By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. Scot
24-07-12 Vol 119  Obituaries   K.W.E. Gravett     A. P. Detsicas    Sonia Chadwick-Hawkes     M.C. Lebon      E.W. Parkin      K.P. Witney
15-07-12 Vol 132  Contents pages of Archaeologia Cantiana added
06-06-12 Vol 103  The Roman Pottery Kiln at New Ash Green By Jason Monaghan and Ted Connell
04-06-12 Vol   87 
Rochester East Gate, 1969. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.
02-06-12 Vol   83  The Roman and Medieval Defences of Rochester in the Light of Recent Excavations.
                                 By A. C. Harrison, B.A. and Colin Flight, B.A.

10-05-12 Vol 127  General Index
25-04-12 Vol 127  Annual Bibliography Of Kentish Archaeology And History 2006
23-04-12 Vol 127  Notes on Contributors
23-04-12 Vol 127  Book Reviews
22-04-12 Vol 127 
Researches and Discoveries in Kent
16-04-12 Vol 127  Underground Ragstone Quarries in Kent: a brief Overview. By Rod LeGear
14-04-12 Vol 127 
The Political Allegiances of Christ Church Priory 1400-1472: the Evidence of John Stone's Chronicle. By Meriel Connor
10-04-12 Vol 127 
How Kent's recently discovered Causewayed Enclosures impact on our understanding and interpretation of the
                                Early Neolithic in the Region. By John Hammond

07-04-12 Vol 127  The Scratch Dials of Kent. By Chris H. K. Williams
03-04-12 Vol 127 
Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
29-03-12 Vol 127  The Medieval Tile-Makers of Borough Green. By Jayne Semple
22-03-12 Vol 127 
The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 4: the South West Buildings, 6A and 6B. By Keith Parfitt
17-03-12 Vol 127 
The Long Demise of the Wantsum Sea Channel: a Recapitulation based on the Data. By Dave Perkins
16-03-12 Vol 127 
Excavation of an Iron Age and Saxon Site at South Willesborough, Ashford. By Simon Deeves
15-03-12 Vol 127 
The Road Services of Kent in the Nineteenth Century. By F. W. G. Andrews
12-03-12 Vol 127 
Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Bishop's Avenue, North Foreland, Broadstairs. By Gerald Moody
11-03-12 Vol 127 
Westwell - the Establishment of a Village. By Mary Adams
10-03-12 Vol 127 
Dating the Cremation in a Biconical Urn at the Early Bronze Age Barrow, Hill Road, Wouldham. By John Cruse
09-03-12 Vol 127 
The Hundred of Wye and the Great Revolt of 1381. By David De Saxe
08-03-12 Vol 127  Feeding the Moat: Excavations near the site of Edenbridge Manor House. By Kate Brady and Edward Biddulph
08-03-12 Vol 127 
Kent and the Abolition of the Slave Trade: a County Study,1760s-1807. By David Killingray
07-03-12 Vol 127 
The Kent Hundred Rolls: Local Government and Corruption in the Thirteenth Century. By Jennifer Ward
04-03-12 Vol 127 
Excavations at Ringlemere Farm, Woodnesborough, 2002-2006. By Keith Parfitt and Stuart Needham
29-02-12 Vol 127 
150 years of Local History: Local Kentish Practice and National Trends. By Sandra Dunster and Elizabeth Edwards
29-02-12 ONLINE  Archaeologia Cantiana General Index to Volumes CX 1992 (110) to CXX 2000 (120)
27-02-12 Vol 127  T
he Kent Archaeological Society and the Development of Archaeology and Historical Studies in Kent, 1957-2007:
                                A Review. By Frank Panton

24-02-12 Vol 126  Index
24-02-12 Vol 126  Brief Notes on the Contributors
24-02-12 Vol 126  Obituary

23-02-12 Vol 126  Researches and Discoveries
22-02-12 Vol 126  A Late Iron-Age/Early Roman site at Bredgar, near Sittingbourne. By Damien C. Boden

22-02-12 Vol 126 
Canterbury's 1844 Archaeological Congress. By Paul Ashbee
21-02-12 Vol 126 
The Archangel Gabriel's Stone and other Relics: William Haute's search for Salvation in fifteenth-century Kent.
                   
             By Sheila Sweetinburgh
21-02-12 Vol 126  Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the  Canterbury Archaeological Trust
20-02-12 Vol 126 
Prehistoric maritime traffic in the Dover Strait and Wantsum: some thoughts as to the vessels and their crews.
                                By Dave Perkins

20-02-12 Vol 126  Welfare provision in seventeenth-century Kent: a look at Biddenden and neighbouring parishes. By Anthony Poole
19-02-12 Vol 126  St Radegund's Abbey - a re-assessment of the Abbey Church. By M. C. J. Davis
18-02-12 Vol 126 
A Prehistoric 'Burnt Mound' site at Crabble Paper Mill, near Dover. By Keith Parfitt
17-02-12 Vol 126 
Anglo-Saxon building techniques: Quoins of twelve Kentish Churches reviewed. By John F. Potter
15-02-12 Vol 126  The Roman road from Sutton Valence to Ashford: evidence for an alternative route to that proposed by Margary.
                                   By Neil Aldridge
15-02-12 Vol 126  A Directory of Medical Personnel qualified and practising in the Diocese of Canterbury, c. 1560-1730. By Ian Mortimer
13-02-12 Vol 126  The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 3: The Corridor House, Building 4. By Keith Parfitt
11-02-12 Vol 126 
Charing Clocks, Clockmakers and Clock-keepers (Part II). By Chris H. K. Williams
04-02-12 Vol 126   Archaeological investigations at Middle Stoke on the Hoo Peninsula. By Richard James
02-02-12 Vol 126   The poor of Otham and nearby parishes: the Coxheath Poor House. By Hugh Vaux
30-01-12 Vol 126   The Medieval site at Well Wood, Aylesford. By Brian Philp
29-01-12 Vol 126   The Tanners of Wrotham Manor 1400-1600. By Jayne Semple

26-01-12 Vol 127   Excavations at Fremlin Walk, Maidstone. By Catherine Edwards
04-01-12  Vol  17   Pedigree of Darell of Scotney 
03-01-12  Vol  17   Scotney Castle by Edward Hussey
28-12-11 Vol   78   Cogan House, St. Peter’s, Canterbury. By
E. W. Parkin
27-07-11 Vol   18   Family Tree of Kentish Family of Stubbs by By Henry Stubbs, M.A., J.P. 
11-07-11 Vol 131  Contents pages of Archaeologia Cantiana added
01-02-11 Vol 105  Pages 39-57   Eynsford Castle: A Reinterpretation of its early History in the Light of recent Excavations.
                                                      By Valerie Horsman
30-01-11  Vol  88  Pages 87-116  Eynsford Castle: The Moat and Bridge.
   By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.,& A. J. Fleming,M.A..
14-01-11  Vol  86 Pages 109-171 Eynsford Castle and its Excavation.  By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
10-01-11  Vol  72 Pages 18-40    Medieval Buildings in the Joyden’s Wood Square Earthwork. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. and J. E. L. Caiger
09-01-11  Vol  92 Pages 173-201 
A Moated Site at Moat Farm, Leigh, Kent by J.H. Parfitt, B.Sc. (Econ.)
08-01-11  Vol  92 Pages 105-118  Excavations at Lansdowne Road, Tonbridge, 1972 and 1976

20-10-10  Vol   1  Pages 289-302  General Index to Volume 1
16-10-10  Vol   1  Pages 279-288  Index to entries in Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I
13-10-10  Vol   1  Pages 215-278  Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I
03-10-03  Vol   1  Pages 184-214 Sir  Roger Twysdens Journal from the Roydon Hall MSS
02-10-10  Vol   1  Pages 176-183  Notes of Brasses formerly existing in Dover Castle, Maidstone and Ashford Churches 
                                                            from the Surrenden Collection By Herbert L. Smith Esq
01-10-10  Vol   1  Pages 154-175
Observations on the supposed site of Ancient Roman Maidstone. By Rev Beale Poste
01-10-10  Vol   1  Pages 150-153 Wall Paintings in Faversham Church, Kent. By T. Willement, Esq., F.S.A.
30-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 147-149 Queen Elizabeth Woodville
30-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 143-146 St Mildred's, Canterbury By R. C. Hussey Esq., F.S.A.
30-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 137-142 Discovery of fragments of Ancient British, Romano-British, and Roman Pottery, 
                                                            found in a Chalk Cavern in Camden Park, Chislehurst. By Robert Booth Latter Esq
29-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 124-136 "Probatio AEtatis" of William De Septvans from the Surrenden Collection
28-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 111-123 Cowden and its Neighbourhood. By Robert Willis Blencowe Esq
27-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 94-110 On Caesar's Landing-Place in Britain. By R. C. Hussey, Esq., F.S.A,
26-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 73-93
Hackington, or St Stephen's’, Canterbury. Collar of SS. By Edward Foss, F.S.A.
25-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 66-72 Auto
graph Letter of William Wykeham By Charles Wyekham Martin, Esq., M.P.
24-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 50-65 On the Surrenden Charters
23-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 42-49
Anglo-Saxon Remains discovered at Faversham, Wye and Westwell
22-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 9-41 Archbishop Warham's Letters (1518-1528)
21-09-10  Vol   1  Pages 1-8  The Inventory of Juliana De Leyborne, Countess of Huntyngdon 1367
20-09-10  Vol   1  Pages  xxxiii-lix Inaugural Meeting of the Kent Archaeological Society 1858.

16-07-10  Vol 130 Contents pages of Archaeologia Cantiana added
01-08-09  Vol 129 Contents pages of Archaeologia Cantiana added
10-10-08  Vol 124 Pages 309-342  Excavations on the Romano-British industrial Site at Broomhey Farm, Cooling By Alec Miles
10-10-08  Vols 125, 126, 127 and 128 Contents pages of Archaeologia Cantiana added
24-11-06  Vol. 34  Pages 47-62   Ash next Sandwich WILLS - Part 1  By Arthur Hussey
05-10-05  Vol.101 Pages 137-163 Three medieval timber-framed Church Porches in west Kent: Fawkham, Kemsing and Shoreham. 
                                                              By Terence Paul Smith, B.A., M.A., M.Litt., M.1.F.A.
18-08-05  Vol.28  Pages 337-362 History of Allington Castle 1906 by Sir W. Martin Conway
30-05-05  Vol.32  Pages 77-141 Reculver & Hoath Wills: Abstract. By Arthur Hussey
28-03-05  Vol.30  Pages 93-126  Herne Wills: Abstracts.— II. By Arthur Hussey
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages    1-17   The Family of Guildeford.  By the Rev. Canon R. C. Jenkins 
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages  18-34  Smarden Church. By the Rev  Francis  Haslewood
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages  35-36  Roman Lead Coffin Discovered at Canterbury. By C. Roach Smith, F.S.A.
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages  37-60  The Early History of Tenterden. By Robert Furley, F.S.A.
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages  61-84  Brief Notes on the Hales Family. By the Rev R. Cox Hales
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages  85-90  On Some Wrought Flints found at West Wickham. By George Clinch
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages  91-98  Appledore Church. By the Rev. E. M. Muriel
01-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 99-102
The Church of Stone in Oxney. By the Rev E. M. Muriel
06-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 103-107  Roman Foundations at St Pancras, Canterbury.  By the  Rev Canon Routledge
06-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 108-112  St Martins Church, Canterbury.  By the  Rev Canon Routledge
06-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 113-133  Ickham Church, Its Monuments and Its Records. By the Rev  Scott Robinson
06-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 134-139  The Roman Villa at Wingham.  By George Dowker, F.G.S.
06-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 140-152  St Radegund's Praemonstratensian Abbey. By W. H. St John Hope B.A.
07-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 153-156  Richard Tichborne's House of Crippenden, in Cowden. By the Rev. Canon Scott Robertson
07-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 157-161  Adisham Church. By  Rev H. Montagu Villiers
07-03-05  Vol.14  Pages 162-168  Forty Rectors of Adisham. By the Rev. Canon Scott Robertson
22-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  1-12  Sidelights on the Rectors and Parishioners of Reculver from the Register of 
                                                      Archbishop Winchelsey.  By Rose Graham, C.B.E., D.Litt., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S
22-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages 13-20  Henry Oxinden's Authorship.  By Dorothy Gardiner
22-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  21-25  A Farnborough, Kent  Court Roll of 1408. Transcribed and extended by M. F. Bond, M.A. 
22-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  26-33  Briefs in St Leonard's & St George's in Deal in the 17th & 18th Centuries. By W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A.
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  34-43  A Sermon of  Henery Gold, Vicar of Ospringe, 1525-27, Preached before Archbishop Warham. 
                                                        By L. E. Whatmore, M.A. 
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  44-50  Two Coats of Arms from Kent in London. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  51-55  The Origins of Whitstable. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  56-68  A Canterbury Pilgrimage in 1723. By V. J. Torr
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  69-70  REPORTS: Canterbury Excavation Committee, 1944 and Council for British Archaeology
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  71-75  MISCELLANEOUS NOTES:  Repairs at Knole ,  Dark Age Burial on Barham Downs ,
                                                            The Gold Medalet of Leudard the Bishop—the oldest English Gold Coin ,  Discoveries at Dover  
                                                            Recovery in Kent of Gloucestershire Manorial Rolls
 
23-02-05 Vol. 57  Pages  76-77  REVIEWS: Short Notes on the History of the Parish and Church of Chart next Sutton.  
                                                           By The Rev. Paul Atkins, vicar,   Henry Yevile—The Life of an English Architect. By John H. Harvey
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages   1 - 7   The SUTTONS. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages   8-11   Sir Harry Vane's Fountain. By Sir Edward Harrison
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 12-15  Notes on a Saxon Charter of Higham. By R. F. Jessup, F.S.A. 
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 16-25   The Barton and Bartoner of Christ Church, Canterbury. By R. A. Lendon Smith
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 26-36   The Clergy of St. John the Baptist, Smallhythe. By A.H. Taylor
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 37-49   Stonar and the Wantsum Channel. Part 111.— The Site of the  Town of Stonar. 
                                                        By The late F. W. Hardman, LL.D., F.S.A., and W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A.
19-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 50-52  Report on Erratics from Stonar, Kent.  By D. Baden-Powell, B.Sc.
20-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 53-56  Anchor House, Lynsted, Kent. By Aymer Vallance
20-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 57-64  A Medieval Pottery Kiln Site at Tyler Hill, near Canterbury. 
                                                         By P. J. Spillett, W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., and G. C. Dunning, F.S.A.
20-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 65-68  Two Faversham Documents. By Frank W. Jessup, B.A.,LL.B.
20-02-05 Vol. 55  Pages 69-78  MISCELLANEOUS NOTES:   Some Fifteenth Century WillsAn Earthen Mound near Rochester
                                                         Green Court, Canterbury Cathedral Precincts and the Norman Castle,
                                                         The Early 18th Century Dispute over the Pilots’ Gallery in St. Leonard’s, Deal
                                                         "The Star Inn ", CanterburyA Roman Site at Little Chart, West of Ashford, Treasure Trove at Staple 
20-02-05 Vol. 55   Page      79    Obituary:  Frederick William Hardman, LL.D., F.S.A.
16-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  73-75   REPORTS: Canterbury Excavation Committee and Dover Excavation Committee
16-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  76-85   Miscellaneous: John Bowra: Land Surveyor and Cartographer "Mad Thom’s" Pardon 
                                                        Some Structural or Ornamental Architectural Discoveries at Dover
                                                        A Prehistoric Occupation Site above  Elham ,   Lambeth Palace—the Name ,  
                                                        An Early Nineteenth Century Walmer Will Report on a Human Skull from the Freedown, Ringwould
16-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  86-89   REVIEWS:  Domesday Monachorum of Christ Church, Canterbury. By David C. Douglas, M.A
                                                      
The Register of Daniel Rough, Common Clerk of Romney, 1353-1380.  By K. M. Elisabeth Murray 
                                                      
The Custumal of New Romney. By F. W. Jessup 
16-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  90-93   Obituary: Herbert Wheatley Knocker, F.S.AGeorge S. Elgood, R.I.,  
                                                                       Andrew George Little, M.A., D.Litt., F.B.A. 1863-1945
15-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  35-39    Recent  Discoveries in the Archives of Canterbury Cathedral.  
                                                             A Note on the Craftsmen By John H. Harvey
15-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  40-42    Recent  Discoveries in the Archives of Canterbury Cathedral.     
                                                             Notes on the Monks and Priory Buildings Mentioned. By Dorothy Gardiner
15-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  43-67    Notes on the Family of Twysden and Twisden. By Ronald G. Hatton, and Rev. Christopher H. Hatton
15-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages  68-72    Holborough: A Retrospect.  By R. F. Jessup, F.S.A.
14-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages    1 - 7    The Lost Dens of Little Chart. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
14-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages    8-13    The Medieval Painted Glass of Chilham. By C. R. Councer, F.S.A.
14-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages   14-27   Coats of Arms in Queenborough Castle. By B. H. D’Elboux, M.C., M.A., F.S.A.
14-02-05 Vol. 58   Pages   28-34   Recent Discoveries in the Archives of Canterbury Cathedral. By W. P. Blore
16-01-05 Vol. 28   Pages  83-114  Herne Wills: Abstracts.— I. By Arthur Hussey
11-01-05 Vol. 44   Pages  79-102  Milton Wills (Next Sittingbourne).—I. By Arthur Hussey 
31-12-04 Vol.101  Pages 313-347  Kent Archives Office: Major Accessions, 1981—83. By Nigel Yates
23-12-04 Vol. 45   Pages 013-030 
Milton Wills (Next Sittingbourne).—II. By Arthur Hussey 
23-12-04 Vol. 66   Pages 098-102 
Kentish Tradesmen in the Early Nineteenth Century.  By Elizabeth Melling, B.A.
22-12-04 Vol. 66   Pages 064-071  Kent Archives Office, Introduction—Accessions

19-12-04 Kent Records Volume No. 9  Index of Wills Proved in the Rochester Consistory Court Wills 1440 - 1561 by Leland L Duncan
12-12-04 Vol.113   Index to Volumes 89 to 109 completed
12-11-04 Vol.  90   Index to Volumes 65 to 88 completed
09-11-04 Vol 122   Pages 113-142  Patrixbourne Church: Medieval Patronage, Fabric and History. By Mary Berg
16-10-04 Vol.  67   Index to Volumes 20 to 45 completed
03-10-04 Vol.  19   Index to Volumes 1 to 18 completed
28-09-04 Vol.  16   Pages 142-151  Barfreston Church in 1840 by R. U. Hussey, F.S.A.
28-09-04 Vol.  45   Pages     1-12    Sculptured Ornament of the South Doorway of Barfreston Church by Rev. A. H. Collins, M.A.
24-08-04 Vol.  77   Pages 212-215  Rector of Ightham : An Account Book 1750-54
24-08-04 Vol.  83   Pages 281-285  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1967-68
24-08-04 Vol.  82   Pages 272-276  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1966-67
23-08-04 Vol.  81   Pages 213-218  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1965-66
23-08-04 Vol.  80   Pages 239-242  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1964-65
22-08-04 Vol.  79   Pages 190-196  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1963-64
21-08-04 Vol.  78   Pages 161-164  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1962-63
21-08-04 Vol.  77   Pages 185-189  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1960-62
20-08-04 Vol.  76   Pages 207-210  Miscellaneous Notes: Forestall, More Kentish Bee-Boles, Rochester and the City of Guorangon
20-08-04 Vol.  76   Pages 186-190  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1960-61
20-08-04 Vol.  74   Pages 171-176  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1959-60
19-08-04 Vol.  72   Pages 182-185  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1957-58
19-08-04 Vol.  71   Pages 219-222  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1956-57
18-08-04 Vol.  70   Pages 241-245  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1955-56
14-08-04 Vol.  69   Pages 187-197  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1954-55
06-07-04 Vol.  68   Pages 197-203  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1953-54
05-07-04 Vol.  73   Pages 202-206  Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1958-59
01-08-04 Vol.  73   Pages xlii-lvi       Report for the Year ended 31st December, 1959
01-08-04 Vol.  73   Pages 207-232 
Researches and Discoveries in Kent
31-07-04 Vol.  73   Pages 167-192  More Notes on Kentish Roads. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
30-07-04 Vol.  73   Pages 116-124  Late-Continued Demesne Farming at Otford. By F. R. H. Du Boulay, M.A., F.R.Hist.S.
30-07-04 Vol.  73   Pages 193-193  Chiddingstone Early Poor Law Accounts. By June Gibbons
30-07-04 Vol.  73   Pages 195-201  The Anglo-Saxon Plane from Sarre. By G.C. Dunning, F.S.A. and W. L. Goodman
07-07-04  Vol.124  Contents pages added
27-06-04  Vol. 14   Pages 223-240   Wills & other Records Relating to the Hodsoll Family. By James Greenstreet
25-04-04  Vol. 73   Pages 235-243   Emigration to the U.S.A. from Sandhurst, Kent 1826-1828 by Noreen C. Holmes 
24-02-04  Vol.110  Pages  71 - 81   Anglo-Saxon settlement in the Darent valley and environs. By Susan Tyler, B.A.
11-02-04  Vol. 45   Pages 188-192  A Roman Cemetery at  West Wickham By Norman Cook and Michael J. McCarthy
03-02-04  Vol. 64   Pages 186-188  Obituaries Sir Thomas Colyer-Fergusson, Bart., F.S.A.The Rev. Canon S. W. Wheatley, M.A. F.S.A.
                                                             Mrs. Elizabeth Selby, M.B.E ,   The Rev. Canon Grevile M. Livett,The Rev. R. W. Harrison Acworth
11-01-04  Vol. 31   Pages 178-188   Extracts from Some Lost Kent Parish Registers (Capel, Ditton, Leigh, Luddesdown, Seal & Stoke) 
                                                               By Leland L. Duncan M.V.0., F.S.A
01-01-04  The Roman Pottery of Kent  by Dr Richard J. Pollard - Monograph now online
22-12-03   Vol. 98  Pages  27 -  50   An Investigation of the Romano-British Pottery Industry on the Upchurch Marshes.  
                                                               By Jason Monaghan, B.Sc.
10-12-03   Vol. 88  Pages 187-199   Medieval Pottery from Dartford. By D. C. Mynard ....with colour pictures of sherds and Knights Jug
29-11-03   Vol  89  Pages 101-118   The Tithe Commutation Surveys in Kent  By Roger J.P. Kain, B.A., Ph.D.

10-11-03   Vol  20  Pages  01 - 48    Kentish Administrations, A.D. 1604 - 1649  Part 2  By Leland L. Duncan
24-10-03   Vol  35  Pages  01 - 16    A Roman Cemetery Discovered at Ospringe in 1920. By W. Whiting
08 -10-03  Vol  62  Pages  21 - 36    A First Century Urn-Field (Cremation Cemetery) at Cheriton, near Folkestone. By P. J. Tester 
                                                                 and H. F. Bing, M.A., F.R.Hist.S

07-10-03  Vol 112  Pages 439-442   Obituaries - Peter J. Tester,   C.R. Councer,   Maurice A. Crane
07-10-03  Vol  53   Page 142            Misc. notes...
Riseley Saxon Cemetery
07-10-03  Vol  63   Pages 135-139   A Note on the Rebuilding of Knole by Archbishop Bourgchier. By F. B. H. DuBoulay, M.A.
07-10-03   Vol 96   Pages    1 - 15    John De Berwyke and the Consuetudines Kancie, By F. Hull. BA., Ph.D.. D.Litt., F.R.Hist.S.
21-09-03   Vol  18  Pages   25 - 40   Kentish Administrations, A.D. 1559 TO 1603. Part I  By Leland L. Duncan
12-09-03   Vol  88  Pages 129-158   Excavations at Boxley Abbey. By P. J. Tester ....colour pictures of Medieval Floor & Mosaic Tiles
10-09-03   Vol  94  Pages  75 - 98    Excavations. . . Leeds Priory. . . colour pictures of Medieval Floor Tiles and Pottery
03-08-03   Vol  93  Pages  33 - 45    Excavations on the Site of Leeds Priory. Part 1  By P. J. Tester plus colour pictures
04-08-03   Vol  94  Pages  75 - 98    Excavations on the Site of Leeds Priory. Part 2  By P. J. Tester plus colour pictures
25-07-03   Vol  26  Pages  79 - 90    Little Mote, Eynsford, with a Pedigree of the Sybill Family.  By R. H. Ernest Hill
25-07-03   Vol  28  Pages 363-372   Sybill Arms at Little Mote, Eynsford  By George C. Druce
25-07-03   Vol  28  Pages 373-375   Sybill of Eynsford and Farningham. By R. H. Ernest Hill
21-07-03   Vol.121 Pages 197-202   The Published Works of Alec Detsicas  Compiled by Terence Lawson
03-07-03   Vol. 47  Pages 198-204   Excavations on the site of the Leper Hospital, New Romney. By Miss K. M. E. Murray
12-04-03   Vol. 69  Pages    1 - 40    The  Jutish (Saxon) Cemetery at Lyminge
31-01-03   Vol. 70  Pages    1 - 43    The Origin and First Hundred Years of the Society. By Frank W. Jessup, Honorary General Sec.
02-07-02   Vol. 10  Pages 178-183   ........ Roman Interments from East Hall, Near Sittingbourne. plus drawings
01-07-02   Vol. 10  Pages 075-076   ........ Roman Pottery from Hoo plus Plate
13-06-02   Vol.  7   Pages 307-321   .........Researches in the Saxon Cemetery at Sarr (Sarre) Part 3 plus Plates
03-06-03   Vol.  6   Pages 157-185   .........Researches in the Saxon Cemetery at Sarr (Sarre) Part 2 plus Plates
26-05-02   Vol.  5   Pages 305-322   .........Researches in the Saxon Cemetery at Sarr (Sarre) Part 1 plus Plates
26-05-02   Vol.  3   Pages 035-046    Anglo-Saxon remains Discovered Recently .......in Kent plus 5 coloured Plates