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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 71 - 1957  page 220
                          Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1956-57   Continued

   Eynsford [CAT. Mk. P139]. Registers, 1538-1862, including terrier of charity lands, 1635.
   High Halstow [CAT. Mk. P167]. Registers, 1653-1812, marriages to 1866.
   Higham [CAT. Mk. P185]. Register, 1653-1743, with notes of charitable briefs.
   Hoo All Hallows [CAT. Mk. P188]. Register, 1629-1795, with notes of charitable briefs ; churchwardens’ notes and accounts, 1555-1650 overseers’ rates and accounts, 1601-1760.
   Hoo Saint Mary [CAT. Mk. P189]. Registers, 1695-1812, with note of earlier missing records.
   Horton Kirby [CAT. Mk. P193]. Registers, 1671-1823 ; vestry minutes, 1752-1815 ; perambulation, 1734.
   Trottiscliffe [CAT. Mk. P373]. Register, 1540-1812.
   Wouldham [CAT. Mk. P405]. Registers, 1538-1920, marriages to 1938, burials to 1951 ; churchwardens’ accounts, 1783-1924; vestry book, 1857-1925.

Minute books of about 28 schools, 1863-1939 [CAT. Mk. C/EL].

   Minute books of Folkestone Adult Schools [CAT. Mk. 

N/AS 1] deposited by Folkestone Preparative Meeting of Society of Friends men’s school, 1897-1900 ; women’s school, 1928-39.

Akers-Douglas MSS. [CAT. Mk. U564] deposited by the Rt. Hon. the Viscount Chilston.
   Over 2,000 political letters, 1878-1915, received by Aretas Akers-Douglas (M.P. 1880-1911, Home Secretary 1902-5) ; personal and political letter books, 1875-1911 ; diaries, 1873-1925 ; press cuttings,
1885-1911. [These papers are not yet generally available for research.] 
   Darnley M8S.
[CAT. Mk. U565, T5601] deposited by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Darnley and purchased through the sale room. Manorial documents. Cobhambury in Cobham, 1595-1661; Gravesend including watercourt, 1591, 1595; Shorne, 1813-22.
   Title deeds. About 1,500 for Cobham, Chalk, Cuxton, Shorne and district, 1250-1885.
   Family papers. Settlements, wills, etc. of Hornsby and Bligh families, 1737-1800 ; letters and papers of 1st Earl of Clarendon, 1630-96; grant of dukedom of Richmond to Duke of Lenox, 1641 inventories of goods at Cobham, 1672, London, 1728

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