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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 69 - 1955  pages 187

Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1954-55

THE principal accessions received in the County Archives Office between August 1st, 1954, and July 31st, 1955, have been:
   Petty Sessions Records [Cat. Mk. PS]: Tonbridge division, minute book, 1767-84; Dartford division, court registers and registers of licences, 1872-1925.

   Tenterden Borough [Cat. Mk. Te].
   Papers connected with Common Hall meetings, election of mayors, freemen, etc., 1641-1732; chamberlains’ accounts, 1635-54, 1661, 1722-25; chamberlains’ vouchers, 1694-1740; coroners’ inquisitions, 1651-1722; records of the court of record, 1644-1702, and of the sessions of the peace, 1637-1789; deeds, 1521-1676; militia papers, 1661-81; Guestling Minutes, 1598-1639; precepts from the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports and correspondence between the ports, 1603-95; journal of the patrol of the Tenterden association for preventing depredations, 1824, 1830-31.

Records of the Commissioners of Sewers for Lombards Wall to Gravesend Bridge and for Gravesend Bridge to Sheerness and Penshurst [Cat. Mk. S/NK], deposited by the North Kent Area Committee of the Kent River Board. Commissions, 1725-1930; order books and decrees, 1626-1831; expenditors’ accounts, etc., 1693-1943; maps, 1694-1800.

   Canterbury Diocese—Marden [Cat. Mk. P244]. Churchwardens’ accounts, 1777-1822; vestry minutes, 1735-1813; overseers’ records, 1703-1899; surveyors’ records, 1750-1863; map, 1817.
   Sandhurst [Cat. Mk. P321]. Churchwardens’ accounts, 1615-94; vestry minutes, 1754-1852; overseers’ records, 1641-1786; surveyors’ records, 1751-84; records of hundred of Selbrittenden, 1761-83.

   Minute books of about 50 School Boards and School Attendance Committees, 187 1-1902 and log books of 50 schools, 1849-1952.

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