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" ANTIQCTTATB8 BED HI8T0BIABUM RELIQUIJE BUNT TANQUAM TABULA

KAITFRAOn; CUM, DEFICIENTE ET FEBE SUBMEBSA RERUM MEMOEIA.

NIHILOMTNUS HOMINES [NDU8TBI1 ET SAGACES, PEBTINAC1 QIADA.M ET

PI LOSA DILIGENTIA, EX GENEALOGIIS, FASTIS, TITULIS. MONUMENTIS,

[8MATIBDS. NOMINIBU8 PROPBIIS ET STYLIS, VEBBOBUM ETTMOLOGIIS,

PBOVBRB1IS, TBADITIONIBUS, ABCHIVIS, ET [NSTBUMENTIS, TAM PI BLICIS

QUAM PBIVATI8, HI8T0BTABUM PBAGMENTI8, LIBBOBUM NEUTIQUAM HISTOBI-

- DI6PEBSTS, — EX HIS, INQUAM, OMNIBUS VKL AIilQUIBUS,

NONNULLA A TEMPOBlfi DILUV10 EBIPIUNT ET CONSEBVANT. RES SANK

OPEBOSA, BED IffOBTALIBUB GRATA ET CUM BEVEBENTIA QUADAM CON-

1 \."

"ANTIQUITIES, OB REMNANTS OF HISTORY, ABE, AS WAS SAID, TANQUAM

i'A);ri..K NAUPBAGn; WHEN INDUSTBIOUE PEBSONS, i:V AN EXACT AND

ULIGENCE AND OBSERVATION, OUT OF MONUMENTS, NAMES,

WOBDS, PBOVEBB8, TBADITION8, PRIVATE RECOBDS AND EVIDENCES, FBAG-

iBIES, PASSAGES OF BOOKS THAT CONCERN Not STOBY, AND

THE LIKE, DO 8AVB AND RECOVEB BOMB WHAT FBOM THE DELUGE OF

—Advancement of Learning, ii.



^wtofojgia Caniimw:



TRANSACTIONS



KENT AliCHiEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.




VOLUME XXVII.



ILontion :

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY

BY

MITCHELL HUGHES & CLAKKE, 140 WARDOUR ST., OXFORD ST.

1905.



The Council of th A \ Archaeological Society is not answerable
myopinii 'ward in this Work. JEach Contributor is alone

irks.



THE GETTY RESEARCH

riTUTE LIBRARY



CONTENTS.



PAGE

Lists of Officers. Societies in Union, x — xiii; Rules, xiv — xvi;

List of Members xvii — xxxii

Cash Accounts for 1903 and 1904 xxxiii— xl

Proceedings, Eeport, etc., 1903—1905 xli— lxi

Bilsington Priory. By Q. H. Woodruff, F.S.A xlviii— li

Obituary Notices of Earl Stanhope, F.S.A. ; Cumber-
land Henry Woodruff, Esq., P. S. A. ; Canon Charles

PRANCIS KoUTLEDGE, F.S.A. ; W. H. BURCH ROSHER,

Esq., J.P lxi— lxiv

Researches and Discoveries in Kent. By George Payne,

F.S.A kv

Discovery of a Roman Kiln at Galley Hill, Swanscombe.

By F. G. Touens lxxiii

N ote on an ancient Bell from Boxley lxxiv

Discoveries of Prehistoric Pottery in the Maidstone

District. By J. H. Alt 'chin lxxvi

Bowl and Polished Celt from Rose "Wood, near Ightham . . . lxxvii

Discovery of Romano-British Interments at Stone, near
Dartford. By E. G. Youens lxxix

1. Ightham Mote. By Henry Taylor, F.S.A 1

2. Pedigree of Selby of Ightham Mote, and Registers.

By T. G. Golyer-Ferqusson 30

3. Notes on an Earlt Cinque Ports Charter. By

F.F. Giraud 37

4. The Barons of New Romney in Parliament. By

John Stokes 41

5. Cobham College. By A. A. Arnold, F.S.A 64

6. Cobham and its Manors, Etc. By A. A. Arnold,

F.S.A 110



vi CONTENTS.

PAGB

7. Letters op Howard Hasted to Thomas Astle 136

B. Calendar of Am ieent Deeds presented by Charles

Marc ha nt. Esq 107

:• Tin: Reparation of Eochester Castle. By George

. F.S.A 177

LO. Lncient Timber-Framed House at Shorne next

Q-RAYE8END. By George M. Arnold, F.S.A 193

11. N^OTBS OH !'>i:ruER8DEN. By the Rev. A. J. Fearman,

M.A 201

L2. X"IL ON THE so-CALLED TOMB OF THE COUNTESS OF

\ rii. ii. in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury.

B) W. /£. Si. John Rope, M.A 209

L3. Visitations of phe Archdeacon of Canterbury. By

Art!, ■ II %sey 2L3

11. Fayersham Eousehold [nyentory, 1609. By Arthur

<ry 230

l"i. A List m hie Rectors of Ripple. Compiled by tlie

a . //. L. Beardmore, M.A 237

L6. Tin. Leases Font lt Brookland. By the Rev. G. M.

ft, F.S.A 255

17. Church Plate in Kent — Xo. [II. By the Rev. O. E.

.'/•////; M.A 262

L8. Notices op Books 301

Lhdki 307



ILLUSTRATIONS.



PAGE



Bilsington Priory, Views of, W., E., and N xlviii and li

Portrait of Earl Stanhope, with Autograph lxi

„ C. H. Woodruff, Esq., F.S.A., with Autograph lxii

City of Rochester, Plan of N\W. corner of Roman City Wall...lxvi

Embossed Design of Samian Bowl lxviii

Mediaeval and Roman Pottery from Upchurch lxx

Kiln found at Galley Hill, Swauscombe Ixxiii

The Boxley Bell lxxv

Prehistoric Vessel found at Maidstone lxxvi

Celt and Bowl from Rose Wood lxxviii

Roman Pottery from Stone lxxix

Ightham Mote, Kent: —

Bird's Eye View 1

Block Plan 3

The Old Stables 4

G-rouud Eloor Plan 8

First Floor Plan 12

The Quadrangle, looking north-east 24

„ looking north-west 25

East Elevation and Sections through Great Hall 26

South View 28

Cobham College : —

Remains of the Old College Buildings, from the north ... 64
Reconveyance by Reginald de Cobham to Sir John de

Cobham, 1581 66

Autograph of George Brook, Lord Cobham 72

Licence from Prior and Convent of St. Saviour's, Ber-
mondsey, to Master and Brethren of Cobham College,

1370 73

Entrance to Old College Buildings, from the south 81

Exterior of the New College, from south-east 82

Seals of the College 83

Porch at the south-eastern entrance to New College ... 84
The New College, taken from the south-east 86



viil ILLUSTRATIONS.

PASB

I bury, from the south-east H»

Hie Reparation of Rochester Castle: —

M iral B Opening in south-east angle of Keep

at B I astle 179

Window discovered in Rochester Castle 181

\ irmaa Becess in Eastern Wall of the Castle

183

: ion through Well at Rochester Castle 187

S rne Dear Gravesend 193

a Elevation and Ground Floor 196

b of Isabel, Countess of Athol, in Cathedral Church of

Canterbury 209

i. Duchess of York, 1431, in Westminster

Abbey Church 2L0

Lady Tryvet, L433, in the Cathedral Church of

Canterbury 211

; . and Effigy of Lady Tryvet 212

Brookland Pont 255

Church Plate in Cent : —

1 dice and Flagon in Canterbury Cathedral 267

.\n Alma-dish and Candlestick in Canterbury Cathedral 270

\ \ ms-dish al v :. Andrew's, Canterbury 275

labethao Chalice and Cover al Pordwicb 291



i^mr $rdj<rologttal ^octetp



OFFICERS, RULES, AND MEMBERS.
OCTOBER, 1905



l\rnt ardjctfliogtcal ^owtp.



IJirsiornt.

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE, F.s.A.

Ficrs^vrstllrnts.

HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

INK MARQUESS CAMDEN.

IIIK EARL STANHOPE.

THE EARL AMHERST.

THE EARL OF CRANBROOK.

IIIK FAFF OF DARNLEY.

1'HE EARL OF RADNOR.

IIIK VISCOUNT HARDINGE.

THE LORD ASHCOMBE.

THE I. MUD AVEBURY.

THE LORD HARRIS, G.C.M.G.

TilK LORD HAWKESBURY.

THE LORD HOTHFIELD.

THE LORD CURZON OF KEDLESTON.

THE I. OKI) SACKVILLE, G.C.M.G.

THE DEAN OF CANTERBURY.

THE DEAN OF ROCHESTER.

-IK DAVID LIONEL SALOMONS, BART.

A. «.. imSi'AW FN. ESQ., -M.P.

Mir. RIGHT HON'. A. AKFKS-DOFGI.AS. M.P.

F. S. W. CORNWALLIS, ESQ.

IIIK RIGHT HON. JOHN GILBERT TALBOT, M.P

1 111. AR< HDEACON OF ROCHESTER.

1. F. AS! FlA ESQ., .1.1'.



Konorarg Ooitor.

. •. «. I. WOODRUFF, M.A.. Otterden Rectory, Favershavi.

Donovan,) ^rrirtatn.

BVAN8 ESQ., Vbboft Barton, Canterbury.

£onorar$ rrra&uvrr.

D.L., .1.1'.. Speldkurtt, Vunbridge Wells
mu \iu. Kx-ornoiu kkmbbbs oi chk council.)



LIST OF OFFICERS. XI

Clcctm ittcmfcerg of tf)c Council.

Augustus A. Arnold, Esq., f.s.a Cnbhambury.

G. M. Arnold, Esq., j.p., d.l., f.s.a Gravesend.

Hubert Bensted, Esq BearsteA.

Rev. J. A. Boodle, m.a Houghton Blean.

H. Mapleton Chapman, Esq Canterbury.

G. E. Cokayne, Esq.. m.a., f.s.a Boehampton.

Richard Cooke, Esq Detling.

LlEUT.-COLONEL A. J. COPELAND, F.S.A llamsgate.

Charles Cotton, Esq., f.r.c.p Bamsgate.

A. Randall Davis. Esq., m.r.c.s Bythe.

Leland L. Duncan, Esq., f.s.a., m.v.o Lewisham.

T. Colyer-Fergusson, Esq., m.a., f.s.a Gravesend.

Arthur Finn, Esq Lydd.

REV. T. S. FRAMPTON, M.A., F.S.A Borer.

F. F. Giraud, Esq Faversham.

Rev. G. M. Livett, b.a., f.s.a Wateringbury.

The Hon. Robert Marsham-Townshend, f.s.a. . . . Foots Cray.

Herbert Monckton, Esq Maidstone.

Rev. A. J. PEARMAN, M.A Rochester.

C. W. Powell, Esq., d.l., j.p Speldhurst.

Major J. Roberts Atkin Roberts, j.p Glassenbwy.

J. Oldrid Scott, Esq., f.s.a Oxted.

Rev. Waterman Gardner- Waterman, m.a Loose.

Rev. C H. Wilkie, m.a Canterbury.

trustees.

The Earl Amherst.

The Lord Northbourne.

The Right Hon. J. G. Talbot, m.p.

H. Mapleton Chapman, Esq.

$on. Hutntors.

Herbert Hordern, Esq.. j.p.
Captain Chas. F. Hooper, j.p.

EuBttors.

Messrs. W. J. King and Son. Gravesend.

Curator.

H. Elgar, Esq.

!#ott. IHjotograufjcr.

E. C. Youens, Esq.

Banuers.

Union of London and Smiths Bank, Maidstone.
Capital and Counties Bank, Canterbury.



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HONORARY LOCAL SECRETARIES.



asfjfotU District.
i. Broad, Esq Axhfori.

filarkljratf) ant) ?lrtoisf)am District.
W. E8SIKGT0B HUQHBS, Ksq 14u \\ ardour Street, w.

Bromlnj District.
I.. M. Bidbn, Esq Bromley.

Canterbury District.

II M\rn:i"N Chapuan, Esq Canterbury.

<ffraiibrooft Distnrt.

Dailfort) District.
i;. Holt-Whitb, Ksy Bexley. Kent.

Deal anil 93lalmer Distnrt.
lni. l;i.v. II. I.. Beabdmore, m.a Ripple.

Dobrr District.

Makiyn MLOWLIi, ESQ Dover.

//fabrrsftam District.
I-'. 1'. GiBAUD, Esq Faversham.

.^Folkestone District.
a. EL Gardner, Esq Folkestone.

•firabcsriiD District.
<;. M. \i:\.ii.i,. Esq ' Hilton Hall, Oravetend.

ii>),)tf)r District.
A. EtAVDALL Davis. Esq Hythe.

London.
W. BssnfOTOM Hi. .111.-. Esq ho Wardour Street, W.

j-Haitistoiir District.
HUBERT Benstbd, Esq Maidstone.

/Hailing District
MlBfl Dr/DLOW Wi-it Mailing.

/ttargalr Di.tnrt.
1 12 Marine Terrace, Margate.

ktarasgotc District.
9.R.0.V Ramsgate.

Lvoctirstrr Dislnct.
■ ! ' OBB, Esq Rochester.

Liomiirn District.

/,, /r /,/

canotoien District

crUruoatts Distnrt
Cabmbll, Esq Sevenoake.



SOCIETIES IN UNION. Xlll

S-firpprp District.
John Copland, Esq Shcerness.

sittingtounif District.
Dr. F. Grayling Sittingbourne.

ffrntrrHru District.
J. Ellis Mace. Esq Tenterden.

JTonbritigc District.
R. Wingate, Esq Hildenborough.

Ctiubrrtigr 3l5,IcIIs District.
_ _ I Speldhwst, Tumbridge

Charles Watson Powell, Esq • Wells



SOCIETIES IN UNION.

For Interchange of Publications, etc.



The Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, w.

The Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain, 20 Hanover Square, W.

The liritisli Archaeological Association, 32 Sacltville Street, Piccadilly, W.

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh.

The Architectural Museum, 18 Tufton Street, Westminster, S.W.

The Numismatic Society, 22 Albemarle Street, W.

The London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, London Institution, Finsbnry

Ci revs. E.C.
The Historic Society of Cheshire and Lancashire (7?. D. Radcliffe, M.A., Sec.,

Royal Institution. Colquitt Street, Liverpool).
The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (Robert Cochrane. F.S.A., Hon.

Sec., 17 High field Road, Dublin).
The Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Society (Rev. A. R. Maddison, Vicars' Court,

Lincoln).
The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, Norwich.
The Suffolk Institute of Archaeoloey. The Athenaeum, Bury St. Edmunds

(J. E. Warren, B.D., F.S.A., Hon. Sec.).
The Surrey Archaeological Society, Castle Arch, Guildford.
The Sussex Archaeological Society. Lewes Castle.

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Museum, Devizes.
The Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Taunton Castle
The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (Rev. W. Baaeley,

Matson Rectory, Gloucester).
The Cambridge Antiquarian Society (7. D. Atkinson, Esq., St. Mary's Passage,

Cambridge).
The. Derbyshire Archaeological Society (P. II. Cvrrey, 3 Market Place, Derby).
The Powysland Club (T. Simpson Jones, Esq., Gungrog Hall, Welshpool).
The Cumberland and Westmoreland Archaeological Society (W. G. Colling-

wood, Esq.. Lanehcad, Coniston, Lancashire).
The Leicestershire Archaeological Society. 5 Gallon-tree Gate, Leicester.
The Society of Antiquaries, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (R. Blair, Esq., South Shields).
The Shropshire Archaeological Society (F. Goyne, Esq., Secretary, Day pole.

Shrewsbury').
Societe Archeologique de Dunkerque.

R. Societa Romana di Storia Patria, Biblioteca Vallieelliana. Roma.
National Historical Museum, Stockholm (Dr. Anton Blomberg).
East Herts Archaeological Society (W. B. Gerish, Esq., Ivy Lodge, Bishop's

Start ford).
The Thoresby Society, 10 Park Street, Leeds.
The Essex Archaeological Society (The Rev. J. H. Curling, B.A., Beadnell

Rectory, Braintree).



Vmlcs of the Ind ^vckolcaical <§orictp.

1 _ , - ,i\ shall consist of Ordinary Members and Honorary

Mi 11 -

I, The affairs of the Society shall he conducted by a Council consist-
ing f ti,, p sidenl of the Society, the Vice-Presidents, the Honorary
1 surer, the Honorary Secretary, the Honorary Editors, and twenty-four
era elected out of Ihe general body of the Subscribers: one-fourth
(t the hitter Bhall go out annually in rotation, but shall nevertheless be
re-eligible; and Buch retiring and the new election shall take place at
the Annual General Meeting: but any intermediate vacancy, by death or
Miei.t. among the elected Council, shall be filled up either at the
ral Meeting or at the next Council Meeting, whichever shall first
i M. Five Members of the Council to constitute a quorum.
3. The Council shall meet to transact the business of the Society on
Becond Thursday in the month of March in Maidstone, in the month
of June in London, in the month of September in Rochester, and in the
month of December in Canterbury, and at any other time that the
tary may deem it expedient to call them together. But the Council
shall have power, if it shall deem it advisable, at the instance of the
lent, to hold its Meetings at other places within the county; and to
alter the days of Meeting, or to omit a Quarterly Meeting if it shall be
found convenient.

A. The Council shall appoint one of their Members to be the lion.

Hi- duty shall be to keep an account of all Subscriptions

and other Receipts and Payments lor the Society . and on the 31st December

in every year to prepare the Balance Sheet for the past year. and. alter it

has been approved by the Auditors, to lay it before the next Quarterly

Meeting of the Council, accompanied by a Statement of all Subscriptions,

in arrear and i\\w to the Society, and of all moneys due from them.

And the Council are further empowered, at any time when they think it

i roploy and pay a Chartered Accountant to assist the lion.

I reasurer in making out such Balance Sheets and Account.

At ever) Meeting of the Society or Council, the President, or. in
.-enee, the Chairman, shall have a casting vote, independently of his
Member

al Meeting of the Society shall be held annually, in July,

r September, at some place rendered interesting by its antiquities

or historical associations, in the eastern and western divisions of the

'\ alternately, unh uueil. for some cause to lie by them

to vary this arrangement ; the day and place of meeting

t<. he appointed by the ( Council, who shall have the power, at the instance of

lent, to elect some Member of the Society connected with the

rict in which the meeting -hall lie held, to act a- Chairman of such

Meeting. Ai the -aid Greueral Meeting, antiquities shall he exhibited.

- end on subjects of archaeological interest. The account- of

Ely, having '"-en previously allowed by the Auditors, shall he

t lined, through tin- Secretary, shall make a Report on

J . and the Auditors and the six new Member- of
d for the i USUing year shall be elected.



RULES AND REGULATIONS. XV

7. The Annual General Meeting shall have power to make such
alterations in the Pules as the majority of Members present may approve :
provided that notice of any contemplated alterations be given, in writing,
to the Honorary Secretary, before June the 1st in the then current year,
to be laid by him before the Council at their next Meeting; provided,
also, that the said contemplated alterations be specifically set out in the
notices summoning the Meeting, at least one month before the day
appointed for it.

8. A Special General Meeting may be summoned, on the written
requisition of seven Members, or of the President, or two Vice-Presidents,
which must specify the subject intended to be brought forward at such
Meeting; and such subject alone can then be considered.

9. Candidates fur admission must be proposed by one Member of the
Society, and seconded by another, and be balloted for, if required, at any
Meeting of the Council, or at a General Meeting, one black ball in five to
exclude.

10. Each Ordinary Member shall pay an Annual Subscription of Ten
Shillings, due in advance on the 1st of January in each year; or £6 may
at any lime be paid in lieu of future subscriptions, as a composition for
life. xVny Ordinary Member shall pay, on election, an entrance fee of Ten
Shillings, in addition to his Subscription, whether Animal or Life. Every
Member shall be entitled to a copy of the Society's Transactions; but
none will be issued to any Member whose Subscription is in arrear. The
Council may remove from the List of Subscribers the name of any Mem-
ber whose Subscription is two years in arrear, if it be certified to them
that a written application for payment has been made by one of the
Secretaries, and not attended to within a month from the time of applica-
tion.

11. All Subscriptions and Donations are to be paid to the Bankers of
the Society, to the Hon. Treasurer, or to one of the Secretaries.

12. All Life Compositions shall be vested in Government Securities,
in the names of four Trustees, to be elected by the Council. The interest
only of such funds to be used for the ordinary purposes of the Society.

13. No cheque shall be drawn except by order of the Council, and
every cheque shall be signed by two Members of the Council and the
Honorary Secretary.

14. The President, Secretary, Editors, and Treasurer, on any vacancy,
shall be elected by a General Meeting of the Subscribers.

15. Members of either House of Parliament, who are landed pro-
prietors of the county or residents therein, shall, on becoming Members
of the Society, be placed on the list of Vice-Presidents, and with them
such other persons as the Society may elect to that office.

16. The Council shall have power to elect, without ballot, on the
nomination of two Members, any lady who may be desirous of becoming
a Member of the Society.

17. The Council shall have power to appoint as Honorary Member
any person likely to promote the interests of the Society. Such Honorary
Member not to pay any subscription, and not to have the right of voting at
any Meetings of the Society ; but to have all the other privileges of
Members.



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18. The Council shall have power to appoint any Member Honorary
- retarj for the town or district wherein he may reside, in order

cilitate the collection of accurate information as to objects and dis-
local interest, and for the receipt of subscriptions, and may at
any time cancel such appointment.

19. Meetings for the purpose of reading papers, the exhibition of
lilies, or tin- discussion of subjects connected therewith, shall be

held ai Mich times and places as the Council may appoint.

:n. The Society shall avoid all subjects of religious or political eon-
rsj .

81. The Secretarj -hall keep a record of the proceedings of the
Society, to be communicated to the Members at the General Meetings.



HONORARY MEMBERS.



W. W. SKEAT, m.a.. LITT.D. (Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the Qniverrity
of Cambridge), 2 Salisbury Villas, Cambridge.

,-ii HuBKVM, Great RvjiscU Street, II. C.

w. II. Bt. Johm Sope, Esq., m.A., Assistant Secretary of the Society of Anti-
quaries of London, Burlington lions,. Piccadilly, II'.

.1. MEADOWS COWPJ 8.A., Harbledoum, Canterbury.



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MEMBERS.

CORRECTED TO OCTOBER 1905.



THE * DENOTES LIFE COMPOUNDERS.



Abell, H. Francis, Esq., Kennington Hall, Ashford.

♦Acworth, Eev. E. William Harrison, Ellora, Eochester.

Adam, James, Esq., M.D., West Mailing Place, Kent.

Adcock, W. J., Esq., Merton, Kearsney, Dover.

Akers-Douglas, Eight Hon. Aretas, M.P., Chilston Park, Maidstone.

Alcock, Eev. John Price, m.a., Crayford Eectory, Kent.

Alexander, Mrs. E. B., Cheveney, Hunton, Maidstone.

Alexander, J. J., Esq., West Mailing, Maidstone.

*Allchin, Dr. W. H., 5 Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, w.

Allen, Eric, Esq., Headcorn, Kent.

Alston, Miss, Hathewolden Grange, High Halden.

♦Amherst, The Earl, Montreal, Sevenoaks.

♦Amherst of Hackney, The Eight Hon. Lord, Didlington Hall, Brandon

Norfolk.
Anderson, J. A., Esq., j.p., Faversham.
Anderson, J. C, Esq., 20 Westcliff Terrace, Eamsgate.
Andrews, W., Esq., 15 Ashburnham Eoad, Tonbridge.
Apperley, Eev. J. Marling, m.a., Tong Vicarage, Sittingbourne.
Arkcoll, John, Esq., Foley House, Maidstone.
Arnold, Augustus A., Esq., d.l., f.s.a., Cobhambury, Gravesend.
Arnold, G. M., Esq., f.s.a., Milton Hall, Gravesend.
♦Ashcombe, The Eight Hon. Lord, Denbies, Dorking.
Ashley-Dodd, Mrs., Godinton Park, Great Chart, Ashford.
Ashton-Gwatkin, Eev. W. H. T., m.a., Wrotham Eectory, Kent.
Astley, Edward Ferrand, Esq., m.d., 29 Marine Parade, Dover.
Athenaeum Club, The, 107 Pall Mall, s.w.
Athill, Charles H., Esq., f.s.a., Eichmond Herald, College of Arms, Queen

Victoria Street, E.C.
Atkin-Eoberts, Major J. E., j.p., Glassenbury Park, Cranbrook.
*Avebury, The Lord, f.s.a., High Elms, Farnborough.



Bacon, W. B., Esq., Durgates Lodge, Wadhurst, Kent.
♦Badcock, W., Esq., East Court, Detling.
Bailey, Eev. Canon Henry, D.D., Canterbury.
Baker, Herbert, Esq., Eondebosch, near Cape Town.
Baker, Percy T., Esq., Owletts, Cobham, Gravesend.
*Ball, William, Esq., Hillside, Strood, Eochester.
Ballard, E., Esq., 26 North Street, Ashford.

vol. xivn.



xviii KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

I: .1 Esq., Springfield, Maidstone.
Bannon, James, B8q., New ELomney.

• l A Esq., The Hollies, Mason's Hill, Bromley.

■ .1 I' Esq., 3 St. John's Villa-, Margate.

•Barron, Edward Jackson, Esq., f.s.a., 10 Endsleigh Street, Tavistock Square,
\\ .i .

■ ! I 8 I B idroog, Shooters' Hill. s.e.

B Arthur, Esq., Sunnj Croft, Holland Road, Maidstone.

*Bartrani, Bev. Canon 11.. m.v.. St. Mary's Vicarage, Dover.

r, Wynne E., Esq., j.f., d.i . 170 Church Street, Stoke Newington, n.
• I; . \l. ( . v. v.. Bingwould Etectory, Dover.
I: .1 . Esq., Grove House, Gravesend.
\. W, T . 1 - - 1 . . 17 i [uare, w.

Etev. II. L.j M \., Bipple Elector}', near Dover.
1 I .1 — I vii, m \.. Rectory, Rotherliithe, S.E.

. 11. T . Esq., ^i Clephane Boad, Canonhury, n.
Belchi r, \\ . I>.. Esq., " Efcosemullion," Gubuyon Avenue, Heme Hill, s.e.
II nrv Thomas, Esq., Court Lodge, Teynham, Sittingbourne.
i. Hubert, Esq., Bearsted, Maidstone.

r M. Q . j.p., Park House, Boxley, Maidstone.
•Bevan, Arthur T., Esq., Dormers, Bessels Green, Sevenoaks.
. P. L. Esq., Chipstead Place, Sevenoaks.
gton, Col. S. 1!.. Merle Wood, Sevenoaks.
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