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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 69 - 1955  pages 189
              
Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1954-55 Continued

Company, 1613-67. Official, including appointments as Custos Rotulorum and Lord Lieutenant of Kent, 1840; sequestration papers, 1642-59; Commissioners of Sewers papers, 1632-1737; Hothfield churchwardens’ and charity accounts, 1837-89. Maps. Hothfield estate, 1872, Westwell, c. 1700, Pluckley, 1844, Wittersham Level, 1689.
   Manorial documents of Loddingford alias Bermondsey in Yalding, 1680-1806 [Cat. Mk. U462], presented by the Chief Librarian, Bermondsey.
   Tyrwhitt-Drake MSS. [Cat. Mk. U488], deposited per British Records Association.
   Manorial documents. Goodnestone and members in Sittingbourne and Bapchild, 1332-1717; Westwood in Preston next Faversham, c. 1330-1716.
   Deeds. 27: mainly for Otham and Selling, 1615-1776. Also 111 for properties in cos. Beds., Bucks., Cheshire, Essex, Glamorgan, Rants., Herts., Leics., Lincs., London and Middlesex, Monmouth, Norfolk, Oxon., Somerset and Suffolk, c. 1150-1776.
   Family papers. Wills, etc., 1618-1768; estate papers, including field book of Cowley (co Oxon.), c. 1600, 1589-1791; accounts for Garsington (co. Oxon.), 1630-98, and for Sharloes (co Bucks.), 1728-78.
   Official. Commissions, etc., including appointment of 

sheriff of Carmarthen and Cardigan, 1439, 1439-1759. Ecclesiastical. Inspeximus regarding tithes of Cadoxton (co. Glam.), 1343.
   Map. Wittersham Level, c. 1700.
   43 Deeds of Tubbendens in Farnborough, 1527-1929 [Cat. Mk. tT492J, deposited by Messrs. Vizard, Oldham, Crowder and Cash.
   Roper of Linsted MSS. [Cat. Mk. T1498].
   Manorial documents. Hundred and manor of Teynham, 1386-1693, including the Archiepiscopal manors of Gillingham, Teynham and Calehill hundreds and Boughton in the Blean, 1492-1546.
   Deeds. 47: Teynham and district, 1634-1813.
   Family papers. Wills, settlements, correspondence and legal papers mainly relating to Teynham versus Tyler in Chancery and Common Pleas, 1694-1855. Grant of Arms, 1835. Accounts, 1674-1727. Official. Summons to attend parliament, 1820. Commissions, etc., 1829-74.
   Miscellaneous. Pedigrees and notes compiled by the late Mrs. Roper-Lumley-Holland.
   Map. Doddington, 1620.
   The following important accessions have also been received but have not yet been catalogued:
   Conyngham MSS., deposited by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Mount

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