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The Kent Lay Subsidy Roll of 1334/5.  By  H.A. Hanley, B.A. and C.W. Chalklin, M.A., B.Litt    Page 172

Key to the Numbering of the Hundreds

Lathe of Sutton at Hone
1. Blackheath
2. Beckenham
3. Bromley
4. Little
5. Ruxley
6. Axton
7. Codsheath
8. Brasted
9. Westerham
10. Somerden

Lathe of Aylesford
11. Toltingtrough
12. Shamwell
13. Hoo
14. Wrotham
15. Larkfield
16. Chatham and Gillingham
17. Maidstone
18. Eyhorne
19. Littlefield
20. Tonbridge
21. Twyford
22. Washlingstone

Lathe of Scray
25. Milton
26. Teynham
27. Faversham
28. Boughton
29. Calehill
30. Felborough
31. Wye
32. Longbridge
33. Chart
34. Blackburn
35. Barkley
36. Cranbrook
37. Marden
38. East Barnfield
39. Rolvenden
40. Tenterden
41. Bircholt Franchise
42. Selbrittenden

Lathe of St. Augustine
43. Whitstable
44. Bleangate
45. Ringslow
46. Westgate
47. Preston
48. Wingham
49. Downhamford
50. Bridge
51. Petham
52. Kinghamford
53. Eastry
54. Cornilo.
55. Bewsborough

Lathe of Shepway
56. Stowting
57. Loningborough
58. Folkestone
59. Street
60. Barony of Bircholt
61. Ham
62. Newchurch
63. Worth
64. Hayne
65. Oxney
66. Aloesbridge
67. St. Martin Poulteney
68. Langport

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