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Cinque Ports
Days of Syn - Dymchurch
Gaols, Workhouses and Hospitals
Kent Brasses
Kent Pubs

Kent Register Offices and Parish Details
Kentish Man or Man of Kent
Looking for churches in Kent
A Message to P.C.C.'s and Churchwardens in Kent

Latest additions to the above index:

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IMPORTANT NOTE (updated August, 2000): Eventually, I would like to add details of all parish churches in Kent to this site, something I originally wanted to do when I started the site in 1994 when I was still living in Canada. Now that I am living back in Kent it should be a lot easier to achieve this. I have seen and heard of other sites that are trying to do the same thing although I believe that most of these are being constructed with pictures that have been "begged, borrowed or stolen". Nearly all the pictures on this site have been taken by myself (other than a few which were donated when I was still in Canada and unable to visit the particular locations, and old post cards) which means that any notes added to the pages are my own observations and details obtained at the individual locations which I think is important. I do try to accomodate anyone who has anything they would particularly like added to these pages but it is not always possible to do immediately due to the time constraints of trying to make a living and actually driving to the locations to obtain the pictures required.

Another brief comment I would like to make here is that I have seen increasing evidence of damage to gravestones in the Churchyards around East Kent and it is obvious that this is caused by over zealous genealogists. Please do not hack, slash and dig at these gravestones and remember the fundamental reason for these places, they are not just play grounds for genealogists. Thank you, lecture over.


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