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'• ANTIQCITATES SEU IIISTORIARUM RELIQUI^ SUNT TANQUAM TABULA
NAUFRAGII ; CUM, DEPICIEXTE ET FERE SUBMERSA RERUM MEMORIA,
NIHILOMINUS HOMINES INOUSTRII ET SAGACES, PERTINACI QUADAM ET
SCRUPULOSA DILIGENTIA. EX GENEALOGIIS, FASTIS, TITULIS, MONUMENTIS,
NUMISMATIBUS, NOMINIBUS PROPRIIS ET STYLIS, VERBORUM ETYMOLOGIIS,
PROVERBIIS, TRIDITIONIBUS, ARCHIVfS, ET INSTRUMEXTIS, TAM PUBLICIS
QUAM PRIVATIS, HISTORIARUM FBAGMENTIS, LTBRORUM NEUTIQUAM HISTOKI-
CORUM LOCIS DISPERSTS,— EX HIS, INQUAM, OMNIBUS VEL ALIQUIBUS,
NONNULLA A TEMPORIS DILUVIO ERIPIUNT ET CONSERVANT. RES SAXE
OPEROSA, SED MORTALIBUS GRATA ET CUM REVERENTIA QUADAM COX-
JUNCTA."

" ANTIQUITIES, OR REMNANTS OF HISTORY, ARE, AS WAS SAID, TANQUAM
TABUL.E NAUFRAGII ; WHEN INDUSTRIOUS PERSONS, BY AN EXACT AND
SCRUPULOUS DILIGENCE AND OBSERVATION, OUT OF MONUMENTS, NAMES,
WORDS, PROVERBS. TRADITIONS, PRIVATE RECORDS AND EVIDENCES, FRAG-
MENTS OP STORIES, PASSAGES OF BOOKS THAT CONCERN NOT STORY, AND
THE LIKE, DO SAVE AND RECOVER SOMEWHAT FROM THE DELUGE OF
TIME." — Adi-anccmenf of Lrarnhig, ii.



giri:Itj^0bj5ia (l^antoa:



TUAA'SACTIONS



KI'INT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.




VOLUME XXAa



ILonticin :
PRINTED ¥ O R T HE S O C I E T V



MITCHKI.T. IIUGHKS & CLARKE. 140 WAKUOUU ST., OXFORD ST.

1904.



The Council of the Kent Arch(Jdolo(jical Society is not answerable
for any opinions put forimrd in this Work. Each Contributor is alone
responsible for his oion remarlcs.



TUr /^r'TT'.' ISirct-B r>r



CONTENTS.



FAGB

Lists of Officers, x — xiii ; Rules, xiv — xvi ; List of Members,

xvi — xxxii

Illustration Fund xxxii

Proceedings, Reports, etc., 1901 — 1903 . . xxxiii — xlvi

Obituary Notices xlvi

1. Excavations at St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury —

II. The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, and

SOME OP the adjacent MONASTIC BuiLDINGS.

By Sebastian Evans, jun 1

2. Further Discoveries op Late- Celtic and Romano-

British Interments at Walmer. By Cumberland

11. Woodruff, F.S. A 9

3. Visitations op the Archdeacon op Canterbury. By

Arthur Sussey 17

4. Craypord Church. By tlie Bev. O. M. Livett, F.S.A. 51

5. Little Mote, EifNSFORD, with a Pedigree of the

Sybill Family. By B. H. Ernest Rill, A.B.LB.A. 79

6. Notes on the Ancient Stained Glass, Memorial

Brasses, and an Altar-Slab in the Church op
St. Mary, Gtreat Chart. By the Bev. Harry W.
Bussell 91

7. The Architectural History op G-reat Chart Church,

WITH A Note on Ashpord Church and some Local
Mouldings, ^y the Bev. G. 31. Livett, F.S.A., Vicar
of Wateringbury 101

8. Ford Manor House and Lands in 1647. By Arthur

Hussey 119



VI CONTENTS.

FAGB

9. Church Platk in Kent— No. 11. By the Rev. C. E.

Woodruff, M.A 133

DovKU Deaneuy. liy the Rev. T. S. Frampton,

F.S.A 136

SiTTiNGBOURNE Deanert. By the Bev. C. E. Wood-
ruff, M.A 185

Sutton Dkaneuy. By the Rev. W. Gardner-
Waterman, M. A., Vicar of Loose 21.5

10. Anecdotes of the Hasted Family 267

11. The Architectural History or High Halden Church,

Kent. By the Rev. G. Al. Livett, F.S.A., Vicar of
Wateringbury 295

12. Notes on Nineteenth-Century xVlterations to High

Halden Church ; with Extracts Fuoii the Parish
Books and Eegisters. By the Rev. W. H. Rammell,
M. A., Rector of High Hahfen 316

13. The Palatines. By Richard Cooke 321

14. NoTiiS AND Queries 326

15. Notices of Books 339

General Index 345



ILLUSTRATIONS.

■♦— — -

FAQB

Excavations at St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury : —

Plan of Excavations 1

South side of the Crypt 6

North side of the Chapter House 6

Norman Bench End, Dormitory Undercroft 7

Small carved heads 7

Leaden Mitre of John Dygon ^

Sepulchral Vessels and Eemains from Walmer 9

Samian Bowl from Walmer 1<J

Details of Ornament of Samian Bowl 11

Bronze Spoon-shaped Objects from Walmer 12

Late Celtic Bronze Eibula from Walmer 12

Crayford Church : —

Ground Plans 51

Bird's-eye View of Hoofs 51

Details of Architectural Features, elevations of Capitals,

etc 54

Longitudinal Section, and Plan of Ringing Chamber 55

Quoin Stones of north-west angle of A^estry 56

Responds, South Chapel and Central Arcade 60

Label and Stop to Window in North Wall 62

North Elevation 66

Impost and Springing of Rear Arches of Window in

North Pier of Chancel Arch 69

East Elevation 73

West Elevation 75

Rood-Loft Doorway in North Wall 76

Little Mote, Eynsford :—

Chimney-piece on Upper Floor 79

Details of Chimney-piece 80

Great Chart Church : —

Altar-slab 100

Ground Plan and Sections 101

Details of Window, Tomb, and Arcades 107

Interior looking East 108

South-east View of Exterior 113



Vlll ILLUSTRATIONS.

FASB

Ashford C'luiirl), looking south-west from north-east Bay of

Chancel 116

Cymagrams of Local Mouldings 118

Church Plate in Kent, No. II. :—

Capel-le-Ferne. — No. 1, a Chalice 140

Coldred.— No. 1, a Chalice 148

Dover: St. Mary-in-the-Castle. — Nos. 1 and 2, a Chalice

and Paten-Cover 160

„ St. Mary the Virgin.— No. 11, a Bowl 164

„ „ No. 12, a Magon 165

„ „ No. 13, a Flagon 166

Bredgar. — No. 4, a Dish or Salver 190

Eastchurch. — Nos. 1 and 2, a Chalice and Paten-Covcr... 191

Murston. — No. 1, a Chalice 201

Eainhain. — No. 1, a Chalice 204

Chart Sutton.— No. 1, a Chalice 215

Allington.— No. 1, a Chalice 215

Bicknor. — No. 7, a Dish or Salver 218

Boxley.— No. 2, a Chalice 220

Thornham.— No. 1, a Chalice 224

Detling.— No. 1, a Chalice 224

Lenhaiii. — No. 1, a Chalice 235

Linton.— No. 2, a Chalice 237

Loose. — No. 1 , a Chalice 238

Otham.— No. 1, a Chalice 238

Portrait of Edward Hasted 267

Corsham Hospital, Wilts : —

The Entrance 270

Gen eral View 271

High Halden Church : —

Ground Plan 295

Plan and Elevation of West Wall of Nave, Section of

Nave Eoof , etc 297

Interior, from the Chancel 301

The Timber Tower, Sections and Elevations 308, 311

Exterior, from the south-west 315

The Tower Lobby 315

Old House at Deal 328



3^cnr arcfjaeologttal ^octet^.



OFFICERS, RULES, AND MEMBERS.
FEBRUARY, 1904



( X )

l\tnt !clrdjaeolocjical ^ocittj>.



THE EARL STANHOPE, F.S.A., I.okd Lieutenant of Kent.

HIS GRACE THE AKCHBISJIOl* OF CANTERBURY.

THE MARQUESS CAMDEN.

THE MARQUESS CONYNGHAM.

THE EARL AMHKUST.

THK KARL OF CRAN BROOK.

THK EARL OF DARNLEY.

THE EARL OF RADNOR.

THE EARL OF ROMNEY.

THE VISCOUNT HARDINGE.

THE LORD ASHCOMR.E.

THE LOUD AVEBURY.

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

THE LORD HAWKESBURY.

THE LORD HOTHFIELD.

THE LORD SACKVILLE. G.C.M.G.

THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF WAKEFIELD.

THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF CANTERBURY.

SIR DAVID LIONEL SALOMONS. BART.

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE.

SIR HORATIO D. DAVIES. K.C.M.G., M.P.

A. G. BOSCAWEN, ESQ., M.P.

THE RIGHT HON. A. AKERS-DOUGLAS. M.P.

F. S. W. CORNWALLIS. ESQ.

SIR EDWIN HUGHES.

THE RIGHT HON. JOHN GILBERT TALBOT, M.P

THE ARCHDEACON OF ROCHESTER.

ALDERMAN SIR REGINALD HANSON, BART.

E. F. ASTLEY, ESQ., J. P.

I^onorarj? (Suitors.

REV. C. E. WOODRUFF, M.A., Ottvrdcn Rectory, Fatcrsham.
CUMBERLAND H. WOODRUFF, ESQ., M.A., B.C.L., F.S.A.,

St. JDacid'-^ Shiirnrlijf'c Jlnad, Folkestone.

ii?onovan) ^ccmavi).



Ij^onovari? S'rtasurtr.

C. W. POWELL, ESQ., D.L., J.P., Speldhnrd, Tuniridge Wells.
(ALL THESE GENTLEMEN ARE EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL.)



LIST OF OFFICERS. XI



C?Irctcli iWcmbersi of tijc (Council.

Augustus A. Arnold. Esq., p.s.a liovhestfr.

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

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

H. Mapleton Chapman, Esq Canterbury.

RtC'HAUD Cooke, Esq Detling.

Lieut.-Colonel a. .J. Copeland, f.s.a Ramsgate.

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

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

T. COLYER Fergusson, Esq , M.A Grnrracncl.

Arthur Finn, Esq Lydd.for Xcw

Romncij.

llEV. T. S. FeAMPTON, M.A., F.S.A Dovcv.

F. F. GiRAUD, Esq. . . . ' Faversham..

Rev. G-. M. Livett, b.a Wfiteringharij.

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

A.shford.

Rev. a. J. Pearman, m.a EocJwstcr.

C. W. Powell, Esq., d.l., j.p S^jeldlmr.'it.

Major J, Roberts Atkin Roberts, j.p Glusu-nlury.

W. H. Burch Roshek, Esq.. j.p Walmcr.

Rev. Canon C. F. Routledge, m.a., f.s.a Caiiterhnry.

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

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

The Earl Amherst.

The Earl (Stanhope.

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

H. Mapleton Chapman, Esq.

HuUitovs.

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

(S:\yiti Curator.
?l)on. |3i)otograj)i)cr.

E. C. Youens, Esq.

Banftcrs.

Union of London and Smiths' Bank, Maidstotic.
Capital and Counties Bank, Canterbury.



( xii )
HONORARY LOCAL SECRETARIES.



J. BuoAD, Esq Ashford.

iilarkftcatf) ani tLrtDisdam JUistritt.
W. EssiNGTON Hughes, Esq 140 Wardour Street, w.

iSromle^ IStstrict.
Bromley.

Caiitntunj Htstiict.

H. Mapleton Chapman, Esq Canterhunj.

dranbiook IStstnft.

Sackville Oresswell, Esq Hole Park, Rolvendoi.

Pattfori district.

i;. Holt-White, Esq BcAcij, Kmt.

Dral aiitJ 5l29almfr aststrtrt.

VV. H. I'.URCH RosnEK, Esq U'ulmcr, A'mt.

Pobei- Hiistrtct.

Martyn Mowll. Esq Borer.

jfaberefjam PiBtiict.

K. F. GiRAUU. Esq Favcrxhum.

.ifolferstonr Histrttf.
W. Wightwick, Esq Follwatone.

i>St'abrsenli Bietrict.
G. M. Arnold, Esq Milton Hall, Gravesend.

iljatfif Pistrict.

A. Randall Davis, Esq., m.d irythc.

Hoiition.
VV. Essington Hughes, Esq 140 Wardour Street, w.

jMatHstoiif iSifitnrt.
Hubert Bensted, Esq Ma'uUtone.

ilrlalltmj ©istrttt.
Miss Dudlow We>it Mallhuj.

iWargatf JBi'strtct.
W. J. Merger. Esq 12 Marine Terrace, Mart/ate.

Kamsgate SBtstrtrt.
C. Cotton, Esq., f.r.c.p llnmsgate.

Koclje&tcr UPtstiict.

George Payne, Esq The Precinct, Eoclu-xtrr.

Komnei) Ptstrtct.
Arthur Finn, Esq New Bomney.

^anHtDicI) JBtstnct.

Rev. Walker Flower Worth.

sebeiioalte UStstrtrt.

George F. Carnell, Esq Sevenoah,i.



SOCIETIES IN UNION. XUl

Sftrvpnj ©istrirt.
JoTiN Copland, Esq ."^lu-t-mcus.

^tttiiigboiiinr I3(strirl.
Dr. F. Grayling Sittinghmme.

Crntnlrfn ©tstrtrt.

J. Ellis Mace. Esq -. . . Tcntcrdni.

Coiibiiligr Distnrt.

BeAICMA.MP WadmORE, P]SQ TonhfUlgr.

iluiibntigc ffiMdls Uistrtrt.
Charles Watson Powell, Esq ■' jr^^^. •

fSlretrrfiam JBtetnrt.
J. Board. Esq Wrsterham.



SOCIETIES IN UNION.

For Interchange of Publications, etc.



TLe Society of Antiquaries, Bvrlin/jifdn House, Piccadilly, W.

The Royal Archseological Institute of Great Britain, 20 Hanover Sqvare, V/.

The Hritish Archseological Association. 32 SackviUe Street. Piccadilly, W.

The Society of Anti(iuaries of Scotland, Edhihiivffh.

The Architectural Museum. 18 Tufton Street, IVe.s-t id luster, S.W.

The Numismatic Society, 22 Alhciiinrle Street, IF.

The Lonilonand Middlesex Archaeological Society, London Inst itnt ion, Finshvry

Civ ens. E.C.
The Historic Society of Cheshire and Lancashire (R. D. Badclife, M.A., Sec,

Boyal Institution. Colquitt Street, Liverpool).
The Royal Sdciety of Antiquaries of Ireland QPobert Cocl-rane, F.8.A., Hon.

Sec, 17 Higli field Road, Duhlin).
The Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Society (^ev. A. li. Maddison, Vicars' Court,

Lincoln').
The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, Norwich.
The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology. The Athencenm, Bnry St. Edmvnds

(F. B. Bedstone, Bsq., Hon. Sec). '
The Surrey Arcbteological Society, Castle Arch, Gnildford.
The Sussex Archseological Society. Liwes Castle.

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Mnsenm, Derizcs.
The Somersetshire Archfeological and Natural History Society, Taunton Castle.
The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archfeological Society (Bcv. W. Bazeley,

Matson Rectory, Gloucester).
The Cambridge Antiquarian Society (71 B. Atkinson, Esq., St. Mary's Pa-fsage,

Cambridge).
The Derbyshire Archaeological Society {P. H. Cnrrey, 3 Marhet Place, Derby).
The Powysland Club (jT. Simjison .lanes, Esq., Gnngrog Hall, ]f'el.^hj)0(il).
The Cumberland and Westmoreland Arcbseological Society {]V. G. Colling-

wood, Esq., Lttnelwad, Coniston, Lancashire^.
The Leicestershire Arcbasological Society, 5 Galloictree Gate, Leicester.
The Society of Anti(iuaries, Newcastle-uixm-Tyne {R. Blair, Esq., South Shields).
The Shropshire Archaeological Society (F. Goyne, Esq., Secretary. DogpoU,

Shreicsbnry).
Societe Archeologique de Dunkerque.

R. Societa Romana di Storia Patria, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Roma.
National Historical Jluseum, Stochholm {Dr. Anton Blomberg).
East Herts Archaeological Society (IF. B. Geri.sh, Esq., Ivy Lodge, Buhop's

Stortford.)



%\\hs of tbc %\n\\ %nhuUmi\\ cSocietj).

1. 'riic Society shall consist of Onliiinry Members and Honorary
Members.

2. The all'airs of the Society shall be conducted by a Council consist-
ing of the President of the Society, the Vice-Presidents, the Honorary
Treasurer, the Honorary Secretary, the Honorary Kditors, and twenty-four
Members elected out of the general body of the Subscribers: one-fourth
of the latter shall go out annually in rotation, but shall nevertheless be
re-eligible ; and such retiring and the new election shall take place at
the Annual General Meeting: but any intermediate vacancy, by death or
retirement, among the elected Council, sludl be filled up either at the
General Meeting or at the next Council Meeting, whichever shall first
liappcn. Five INIendjcrs of the Council to constitute a quorum.

3. The Council shall meet to transact the business of the Society on
the second Thursday in the month of March in Maidstone, in the month
of June in London, in the month of September in Kochester, and in the
month of December in Canterbury, and at any other time that the
Secretary may deem it expedient to call them together. But the Council
shall have power, if it shall deem it advisal)le, at the instance of the
President, 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.

4. The Council shall appoint one of their Members to be the Hon.
Treasurer. His duty shall be to keep an account of all Subscriptions
and other Eeceipts and Payments for the Society, and on the 31st December
in every year to prepare the 15alance Sheet for the past year, and, after it
lias been approved by the Auditors, to lay it before the next Quarterly
Meeting of the Council, accompanlt^d by a Statement of all Subscriptions,
etc., in arrear and due to the Society, and of all moneys due from them.
And ti'.e Council are further empowered, at any time when they think it
desirable, to employ and ])ay a Chartered Accountant to assist the Hon.
Treasurer in making out such Balance Sheets and Account.

5. At every Meeting of the Society or Council, the President, or, in
his absence, the Chairman, shall have a casting vote, independently of his
vote as a Member.

6. A General Meeting of the Society shall be held annually, in July,
August, or September, at some place rendered interesting by its anticpiities
or historical associations, in the eastern and western divisions of tlie
county alternately, unless the Council, for some cause to be by them
assigned, agree to vary this arrangement; the day and place of meeting
to be appointed by the Council, who shall have the power, at the instance of
the President, to elect some Member of the Society connected with the
district in which the meeting shall be held, to act as Chairman of such
Meeting. At the said General Meeting, antiquities shall be exhibited,
and papers read on subjects of archaeological interest. The accourits of
the Society, having been previously allowed by the Auditors, shall be
presented; the Council, through the Secretary, shall make a Report on
the state of the Society ; and the Auditors and the six new Members of
the Council for the ensuing year shall be elected.



RULES AND RKGULATIONS. XV

7. The Annual General Meeting sliall have power to make suoli
alterations in the lUiles as the majority of Members present may ajiprove :
provided that notiee of any contem])lated alterations i)e given, in writing,
to the Honorary Seeretary, 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,
whici) must specify the subject intended to be brought forward at such
JNIeeting ; and such subject alone can then be considered.

9. Candidates fur admission must be pro]iosed by one Member of the
Society, and seconded l)y another, and be balloted for, if required, at any
Meeting of the Couueii, or at a (ieneral 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 com])Osition for
life. Any Ordinary Member shall pay, on election, an entrance fee of Ten
Shillings, in addition to his Subscription, whether Annual 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 nuiy elect to that office.

16. The Council shall have power to elect, without ballot, ou the
nomination of two Members, any lady who may be desirous of becoming
a Mend^er 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 Honorai-y
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
Mend)ers.



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18. The Council sliall have power to appoint any Member Honorary
Local Secretary lor the town or district wherein he may reside, in order
to facilitate the collection of accurate information as to objects and dis-
coveries of local interest, and for the receipt of subscriptions, and may at
any time cancel such appointment.

19. Meetings for the purpose ot reading papers, the exhil)ition of
antiquities, or the discussion of subjects connected therewith, shall be
held at such times and places as the Council may appoint.

20. The Society shall avoid all subjects of religious or political con-
troversy.

21. The Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of the
Society, to be communicated to the Members at the General Meetings.



HONORARY MEMBERS.



Rev. W. W. Skeat, m.a., litt.d. (Professor of Aaglo-Saxon in the University
of (!^iimbridge), 2 Salisbury Villas, Cavihridgc

The British Museum, Great Rvssell Street, W.C.

W. H. St. John Hope, Esq., m.a., Assistant Secretary of the Society of Anti-
quaries of liondon, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W.



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MEMBERS.

COERECTED TO EEBRUAET 1904.



THE * DENOTES LIFE COMPOUNDERS.



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

*Acworth, Rev. R. AVilliara Harrison, EUora, Rochester.

Adam, James, Esq., West Mailing Place, Maidstone.

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

Akers-Donglas, Right Hon. Aretas, m.p., Chilston Park, Maidstone.

Alcock, Rev. John Price, m.a., Crayford Rector}', Kent.

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

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

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

Allen, Eric, Esq., Headcorn, Kent.

*Amherst, The Earl, Montreal, Sevenoaks.

*Amherst of Hackney, The Right Hon. Lord, Didlington Hall, Brandon,

Norfolk.
Anderson, J. A., Esq., j.p., Faversham.
Andrews, W., Esq., 15 Ashburnham Road, Tonbridge.
Apperley, Rev. J. Marling, M.A., Tong Vicarage, Sittingbourne.
ArkcoU, Jno., Esq., Foley House, Maidstone.
Arnold, Augustus A., Esq., d.l., f.s.a., Cobhambury, Graveseud.
Arnold, G. M., Esq., f.s.a., Milton Hall, Gravesend.
*Ashcombe, The Right Hon. Lord, DenlDies, Dorking.
Ashton-Gwatkin, Rev. W. H. T., m.a., Wrotham Rectory, 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., Richmond Herald, College of Arms, London, e.g.,

and Eltham, Kent.
Atkin-Roberts, Major J. R., j.p., Glassenbury Park, Cranbrook.
*Avebury, The Lord, f.s.a.. High Elms, Farnborough.

Bacon, W. B., Esq., Durgater Lodge, Wadhurst, Kent.

*Badcock, W., Esq., East Court, Detling.

Bailey, Rev. Canon Henry, D.D., Canterbury.

Baker, Herbert, Esq., Rondebosch, near Cape Town.

Baker, T. H., Esq., j.p., Owletts, Cobham, Gravesend.

Baldock, Rev. William, b.a., Brookland, Folkestone.

*Ball, William, Esq., Strood, Rochester.

Ballard, E., Esq., 26 North Street, Ashford.

Balston, R. J., Esq., Springfield, Maidstone.

Bancks, Rev. G. W., Hartley Vicarage, Fawkham.

Banning, Rev. C. H., m.a., Spring Grove Vicarage, Isleworth, w.

♦Barrett, F. A., Esq., The Hollies, Mason's Hill, Bromley.

Barrett, J. P., Esq., 3 St. John's Villas, Margate.

TOL. XXTI. h



XVlll KENT AllCIliEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

♦Barron, Edward Jackson, Esq., f.s.a., 10 Endslcigh Street. Tavistock Square, w.r.

IJamion, .Tamos, Escj., Now Koniiiey.

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