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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 69 - 1955  pages 193
              
Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1954-55 Continued

   Family papers. Austen of Ashford, 1706-1814; East of Wood-church, 1757-1852; Hope, barber-surgeons of Cranbrook, 1659-1802; Hope of Tenterden, c. 1760-c. 1830; Lambarde, 1664, 1811-81; Martin of Chipstead, 1802-1912; Palmer, victualler of Hadlow, 1800-39; Pett of Sevenoaks (formerly cricket-bat makers), 1829-1932; Shoesmith of Lydd, 1791-1848.
   Estate papers. Accounts for Chilston estate, 1849-93; and for Otterden estate, 1678-81; inventories, 1560-1893; Hothfield estate, c. 1650-1899; tithe commutation records for Bonnington, Broomhill,
Little Chart, Erith, Hadlow, Hawkhurst, Langley, Lydd, Orlestone, Otford, St. Lawrence and St. Peter, Thanet, Shipbourne, Shoreham and Smarden, 1753-1892.
   Legal papers. Precedents for title to wreck of the sea at Dengemarsh, seventeenth century; award for free warren of manor of Aylesford, 1624; award regarding timber cutting at Wrotham, 1758; building of windmill at Headcorn, 1821; Rusthall Manor commons award, 1863-82; boundary disputes affecting parish of Broomhill, 1823.
   Business papers. Norwood, lawyer of Charing, 1741-1901; Claridge, lawyer of Sevenoaks, 1786-1822; Mercer, lawyer of Deal, 1811-95; Bottle, surveyor of Harrietsham, 1803-1934; Martin, carpenters of Chipstead, 1764-1880; Cavell, carpenter of Deal, 1831-53; Gipps, wheelwright of Boughton Monchelsea, 1867-1905.
   Official. Some parish records for Broomhill, 1721-1835; Charing, 1633-1826; Fairfield, 1728-1859; Hadlow, 

1788-1880; Harrietsham, 1794-1911; Nettlestead, 1877; East Peckham, 1807, 1823; Pluckley, 1801, 1865; St. Nicholas, Rochester, 1768-97; Rodmersham, 1746-
1830; Rolvenden, 1723, 1829; Snave, 1678-1894; Snodland, 1820-31; Stone by Dartford, 1734-87; Tenterden, 1752-c. 1835; Thurnham, 1886-1926;  Tonbridge, 1854-72; Woodchurch, 1759-1804. Protest book for port of Deal, 1828-33. Papers of borough of Lydd, c. 1830-94; papers of borough of Tenterden, 1795-1897. Coroners’ inquisitions for Romney and Lydd districts, 1829-1923; note book of Paul D’Aranda, justice of the peace for lower division of lathe of Sutton at Hone, 1707-9; taxation records, 1592-1876; turnpike records, 1766-1826; Charing Society for Prosecution of Thieves, 1799-1826; Charing Fire Brigade, 1844-86; Ospringe Local Board of Education, 1852-64; society at Tenterden for relief of poverty, 1821-22.
   Maps of properties in Allhallows, Hoo, Ashford, Boxley, Brabourne, Bredgar, Brenchley, Little Chart, Chatham, Crundale, Detling, Dover, East Farleigh, Hadlow, High Halden, Hailing, Hartlip, Hawkhurst, Headcorn, Higham, Hothfield, Langley, Leeds, Linsted, Nonnington,
East Peckham, Pluckley, Rainham, Rochester, Seasalter, Staplehurst, Tonbridge, Wateringbury, Westwell, Woodchurch, Wrotham, Yalding, Tenterden and Romney Marsh, c. 1650-1851.

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