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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 68 - 1954  pages 198
                    Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1953-54 Continued      

miscellaneous papers, 1706-1832; deeds and leases of property in Chatham, Rochester and Higham, c. 1620-1869.

   (a) Canterbury Diocese—Headcorn [Cat. Mk. P181], churchwardens’ accounts, 1638-1837 ; vestry minutes, 1805-40 ; overseers’ records, 1689-1886; surveyors’ records, 1663-1841 ; tithe award and map, 1843. East Sutton Cat. Mk. P360B], overseers’ accounts, 1628-76.
   (b) Rochester Diocese—Rochester, St. Margaret [Cat. Mk. P305], churchwardens’ accounts, 1729-1869; vestry minutes, 1800-1905; overseers’ records, 1724-1866 ; surveyors’ records, 1733-1867 ; watch rates, 1843-87.

   Brook Bridges MSS. [Cat.Mk. 373], deposited by the Rt. Hon. Lord Fitzwalter.
   Manorial. Goodnestone, 1745-1782.
   Deeds. Over 1,200: mainly for Goodnestone, 1491-1862 ; Nonington, 1593-1843; Chillenden, 1650-1833; Wingham, 1647-1845; Womenswould, 1733-1849 (including land on Barham Down used for a semaphore station, 1822-49) ; Woodnesborough, 1673-1810 ; East-church, 1580-1717 ; and small numbers for other 

parishes in the Goodnestone area.
   Family papers. Personal and estate correspondence and accounts, 1774-1869.
   Official. Land tax papers of receiver general, 1784-90.
   Miscellaneous. Printed case with pedigrees, etc., in claim to the Fitzwalter Barony, 1842. Accounts of Goodnestone Clothing Club, 1847-71.
   Maps. Wingham, 1650; Ash, Preston and Wickham, 1832.
   Darell of Calehill MSS. [Cat. Mk. 1J386].
   Manorial documents. Little Chart and Calehill in Little Chart and Burley and Newland in Charing, 1379-1709; Boughton Aluph, c. 1425; Tramhatch in Charing, 1582-1687; Barksore in Lower Halstow, 1583-1674; Sturry, 1561-65 ; Langport, 1447-8 ; and the archiepiscopal manors of Maidstone, Boughton, Teynham and Gihingham, 1496-7.
   Deeds. Over 500: mainly for Little Chart and Charing, c. 1150-1838.
   Family papers. Illuminated pedigree of the Darell family from the 13th century, 1637, grants of arms, testamentary, genealogical and other papers of the Darell family, 1438-1882. Inventory of furniture at Calehill, 1772. Estate papers and farm accounts, 1586-1893.

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