Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 43 1931 page v + vi
|List of Officers, x; List of Local
Secretaries, xii; Societies in Union, xiii; Rules, xiv; Honorary
Members, and Affiliated Societies, xx; List of Members, xx; Report for Year ending 31st
December, 1930 xli; Cash Accounts for 1930 ii
|1.||Lydden Church. By Aymer Vallance||01|
|2.||Saxon Lydd. By Gordon Ward, M.D||29|
|3.||sand tunes boc. By Gordon Ward, M.D.||39|
|4.||Sittingbourne Wills - Ony to Wyn (concluded). By Arthur Hussey||49|
|5.||Romden Place and its restoration. By W. Basil Worsfold||73|
|6.||Notes on some West Kent Roads in Early Maps and Road-Books. By E. G. Box||85|
|7.||Sir Andrew Judde. By Fane Lambarde||99|
An Inventory of the contents of the Bed-Chamber of Brother Richard Stone,
Christ Church, Canterbury. By C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A.
|9.||Notes on the History of Saxon Otford. By E. G. Box||111|
|10.||The Will of a Mediaeval Kentish Parson. By A. H. Taylor||123|
|11.||Cobham Collegiate Church. By Aymer Vallance||133|
|12.||Notes on Carved Bench-ends in Badlesmere Church. By the Hon. Henry Hannen||161|
Norman Waterworks in the Keep of Dover Castle.
Based on the Report of Major E. R. Macpherson and on Notes supplied by E. G. J. Amos
|14.||A Curious Case at Cranbrook in 1437. By Aymer Vallance||173|
|15.||St Radegund's Abbey, Dover. By S. E. Winbolt||187|
Contents continued page vi
Some Notes on Petitions concerning Canterbury Monastic House in the Court
By Dorothy Gardiner .
|17.||Notes on an Iron Grave Slab and Church Fittings at Footscray. By V. J. B. Torr||215|
|18.||Lympne Church an Analytical Study. By Grevile M. Livett, B.A., F.S.A.||221|
Architectural Notes on the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Swanscombe.
By F. C. Elliston Erwood, F.S.A.
|20.||The Apse in Kentish Church Architecture. By F. C. Elliston Erwood, F.S.A.||247|
|21.||Campeggio's Progress through Kent in 1518. By V. J. B. Torr||255|
|22.||A Tour through Kent in 1735. By V. J. B. Torr||267|
|23.||The Brockman Papers. By Miss Burford Butcher||281|
|24.||The Royal Arms at Westerham. By V. J. B. Torr||285|
Defoe and Canterbury
A Cinerary Urn from Stodmarsh
The Great Hall of the Archbishop’s Palace at Canterbury
A (?) Roman Pot from Margate
"A Kentish Cartulary." By Dr. Charles Cotton.
"The Archaeology of Kent." By Ronald F. Jessup
"A Saunter through Kent." By Sir Charles Igglesden
"Sevenoaks Essays." By Dr. Gordon Ward
"Report of Royal Historical Monuments’ Commission; Vol. V: East London"
"Reculver Parish Church." By J. Lewin Payne and Walter T. Hill
|27.||Reports of Proceedings, 1930||315|
|28.||Obituary: Mr William Whiting, F.S.A.||328|
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