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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 81  1966 Contents  page v + vi



List of Officers, xii; List of Local Secretaries, xiv; Committees, xv; Corresponding Societies,
    xvi; List of Members, xviii;  Report for 1966 xli;  Rules lxvii
1. Some Major Kentish Timber Barns. By S. E. Rigold, F.S.A. 01
2. Eighteenth-century Maps and Estate Plans of Bromley, Beckenham and Penge. 
   By Sister Mary Baptist, M.A., Ph.D.

3. Men of Kent. 3. Minet and Fector of Dover. By the late Colin Matson 39
4. Excavations at Eccles, 1965. Fourth Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. 44
5. The Vanishing Houses of Kent. 6. The Old Cottage at Upper Hardres. By F. W. Parkin 53
6. History of the Springhead Pleasure Gardens and Water-cress Plantation (c. 1805-1936). 
   By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.

7. Funeral Hatchments in Kent. By Miss M. Tester 79
8. Four Kent Towns at the End of the Middle Ages. By A. J. F. Dulley 95
9. A Kentish Holiday, 1823. Edited by F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D. 109
10. Starkey Castle, Wouldham. By Eric R. Swain 118
11. General Garrett, 1791-1869. By D. C. Gibson 126
12. An Iron Age and Romano-British Site at Stone Castle Quarry, Greenhithe. 
   By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A.

13. Faversham’s Court of Orphans. By Canon W. Telfer, M.C., D.D 191
14. Some Problems of the North Downs Trackway in Kent. 
   By Rev. H. W. R. Lillie, S.J., M.A.(Oxon.)

15. Kent Archives Office. Accessions 1965-66 213
16. Kent Archaeological Society Library 219

Contents continued page vi

17. Shorter Notes 235
18. Researches and Discoveries in Kent 244
19. Reviews 252
20. Obituary 265
21. General Index 267

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