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LLB0Printed catalogue listing of this section as compi
Printed catalogue listing of this section as compiled by Jill Thomas, includes further detail regarding items in this category, 2016
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LLB1/AA5 loose-leafed typescript of an unfinished book b
A5 loose-leafed typescript of an unfinished book by LLB, 2003, it is hoped to find a local person with an interest in Bifrons to complete this book and publish it on LLB's behalf
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LLB1/BUSB stick containing the latest version of the boo
USB stick containing the latest version of the book on Bifrons, contains additional material some highlighted in red print and is known to have been work in progress for LLB in September 2015
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LLB1/BA5 copy of Collection 53 as at LLB5/A, has incompl
A5 copy of Collection 53 as at LLB5/A, has incomplete index but has pages 137-155 missing from LLB5/A
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LLB2A single sheet of shelf marks from the Bodleian li
A single sheet of shelf marks from the Bodleian library, Oxford, for papers relating to the Talbot family tenants of Bifrons from 1920 to 1939 and on the back some handwritten notes by LLB
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LLB3Two title pages from an A4 document ‘Bridge and Pa
Two title pages from an A4 document ‘Bridge and Patrixbourne: Suggested partnership for the forthcoming years’, Dec 1990 [A full copy of this document is in the Bekesbourne-with-Patrixbourne archive]
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LLB4A4 loose-leaved copy of the catalogue of the Conyn
A4 loose-leaved copy of the catalogue of the Conyngham manuscripts held in the East Kent Archive Centre (now at KHLC Maidstone); circa 1850 items, pages 1-85 of 86, includes detailed maps
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LLB5/ANational Library of Ireland Collection List No. 53
National Library of Ireland Collection List No. 53 compiled by Sarah Ward- Perkins, Bekesbourne p. 140/141, missing p.137-155, 2000, 170 pp.
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LLB6A set of loose-leaved pages giving the Cumberbatch
A set of loose-leaved pages giving the Cumberbatch family history by Robert Cumberbatch, includes e-mail dated 3 Nov 2001 with extra details
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LLB7‘Elizabeth Conyngham’ a comb-bound copy of A4 pape
‘Elizabeth Conyngham’ a comb-bound copy of A4 papers compiled by Graham Evans, schoolmaster at the Chaucer School for 16-year olds studying history; includes information on picturesque architecture as practised by E.C. and her son in Patrixbourne i.e. the faux medieval cottages
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LLB8A single sheet of typewritten notes perhaps by B.
A single sheet of typewritten notes perhaps by B. M. Thomas who may have made the annotations on LLB7/B. Mostly about the Conynghams and their position in the court of George IV including their role in his funeral, some interesting pages on the Cult of Pictoresque/cottages ornées
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LLB9Single A4 page about Sumner and Earl Mountcharles,
Single A4 page about Sumner and Earl Mountcharles, formatted for A5 and therefore probably from the book archived at LLB1
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LLB10/AA set of printed papers with reference to the Cony
A set of printed papers with reference to the Conyngham family including some of political caricature especially in respect of George IV
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LLB10/BA set of printed papers with reference to the Cony
A set of printed papers with reference to the Conyngham family including some of political caricature especially in respect of George IV
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LLB10/CA set of printed papers with reference to the Cony
A set of printed papers with reference to the Conyngham family including some of political caricature especially in respect of George IV
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LLB11Typewritten article: D.M. Joslin, ‘London Private
Typewritten article: D.M. Joslin, ‘London Private Bankers, 1720-1785’, Economic History Review (New Series), 7 (1954), pp.167-186
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LLB12A CD of reference material probably with some dupl
A CD of reference material probably with some duplication of the printed reference material in the archive
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LLB13A collection of mainly Conyngham material - a lot
A collection of mainly Conyngham material - a lot of it about wills and estate matters including rents - mix of printed and handwritten material
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LLB14‘Bekesbourne and the Second World War’ by David Mi
‘Bekesbourne and the Second World War’ by David Millyard, 1996 and reprinted 2006, with pencil annotations by LLB on pages 17, 20, 21, 22
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LLB15A4 photocopy of ‘The Travel Diary of Robert Bargra
A4 photocopy of ‘The Travel Diary of Robert Bargrave Levant Merchant, 1647-1656’, edited by Michael G. Brennan
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LLB16Photocopy of article: Michael G. Brennan, ‘John Ba
Photocopy of article: Michael G. Brennan, ‘John Bargrave and the Jesuits’, Catholic Historical Review, Oct 2002
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LLB17/AReference papers for the Bargrave (Bargar) family;
Reference papers for the Bargrave (Bargar) family; mostly typewritten including extracts from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, published by the Virginia Historical Society
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LLB17/BBooklet, ‘The Gentle Traveller’
Booklet, ‘The Gentle Traveller’
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LLB17/CUnder the sign by Stephen Bann
Under the sign by Stephen Bann
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LLB18‘Westenhanger Castle: a pocket guide’
‘Westenhanger Castle: a pocket guide’
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LLB19Reference papers relating to Sir William Temple
Reference papers relating to Sir William Temple
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LLB20Reference papers relating to Sir Thomas Peyton and
Reference papers relating to Sir Thomas Peyton and the Oxinden (or Oxenden) family refers to Bargrave and to Boys at Bifrons
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LLB21Typewritten reference papers relating to the Conyn
Typewritten reference papers relating to the Conyngham family
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LLB22Typewritten reference papers relating to the Raper
Typewritten reference papers relating to the Raper connection with the Conyngham family
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LLB23Typewritten paper by Miranda Carter, ‘Anthony Blun
Typewritten paper by Miranda Carter, ‘Anthony Blunt: His Lives’, 2001 (unclear of connection to Bifrons or Patrixbourne)
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LLB24Ring binder / typewritten reference papers relatin
Ring binder / typewritten reference papers relating to the Conyngham family - marriages, divorces, court circulars etc.
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LLB25Folder of papers relating to the Virginia expediti
Folder of papers relating to the Virginia expeditions, labelled Bargrave
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LLB26Ring binder / papers relating to the Virginia Comp
Ring binder / papers relating to the Virginia Company
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LLB27Ring binder / papers relating to the Byron family
Ring binder / papers relating to the Byron family - one time tenants of Bifrons
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LLB28Ring binder / papers relating to owners of Bifrons
Ring binder / papers relating to owners of Bifrons including the Slingsby family (Sir Guilford Slingsby, Navy Comptroller following Sir Henry Palmer of Howletts; papers from the English Historical Review relating to the Navy under James 1 and Charles 1; also the Baker and Wotton families
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LLB29Ring binder / papers in respect of Patrixbourne in
Ring binder / papers in respect of Patrixbourne including sales particulars for Renville House and for Mulberry; some information on Sir John Maxwell and his role in the Easter Rising; a miscellany of handwritten notes
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LLB30Ring binder / papers relating to the Conyngham set
Ring binder / papers relating to the Conyngham settled estates and other miscellany
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LLB31Ring binder / papers relating to the tenancy of Mr
Ring binder / papers relating to the tenancy of Mr and Mrs Weinholt who appear to have been great party givers, many details of dances, balls and other social events; Sir John Miller, one-time tenant; Frank Penn, amateur cricketer; details of Kent Cricket matches 1719-1880; extensive handwritten references to reports in the KG of local events in the early part of the 20th century - between the wars - much on Eva Talbot's activities
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LLB32Miscellany of handwritten notes on various matters
Miscellany of handwritten notes on various matters: includes a reference to article in Bygone Kent Vol. 26 and the funeral of Herbert Arthur Blunt Steward of the Conyngham Estate for 30 years
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LLB33Ring binder / Various papers: George IV and the Co
Ring binder / Various papers: George IV and the Conynghams; Elvaston in Derbyshire; Stanhope family; Queen Victoria; Famine in Ireland; Canterbury Bribery Commission; Selby Abbey; Londesborough parish
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LLB34Booklet: ‘Canterbury Cathedral Chronicle’, Oct 194
Booklet: ‘Canterbury Cathedral Chronicle’, Oct 1945
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LLB35Various information leaflets on how to go about re
Various information leaflets on how to go about research; papers on Christopher Marlowe; Royal East Kent Yeomanry; Patrixbourne Tithe award; History of Bifrons Mansion House by BM Thomas; article from Arch. Cant. by Mary Berg on Patrixbourne church
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LLB36Book: R. J. Smith, The Uniforms of the British Yeo
Book: R. J. Smith, The Uniforms of the British Yeomanry Force 1794-1914: 13. The East Kent Mounted Rifles
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LLB37Ring binder / papers mostly on the Cumberbatch fam
Ring binder / papers mostly on the Cumberbatch family; article on the Planter Class in the English West Indies; descriptions of St Nicholas Abbey in Barbados; link to the Lloyds of Harley Street; articles on the Dukes of Marlborough and the Principality of Mindelheim
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LLB38Mostly handwritten notes on a variety of matters;
Mostly handwritten notes on a variety of matters; also an incomplete photocopy of the Cantley report on Bridge and Patrixbourne whose title pages are at LLB3
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LLB39A4 publication ‘Canterbury’s Archaeology 1990’ pub
A4 publication ‘Canterbury’s Archaeology 1990’ published by Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd, includes an article on Bifrons pp. 25-28
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LLB40Ring binder / papers mainly on the Taylor family;
Ring binder / papers mainly on the Taylor family; includes information on Austen connection with Goodnestone, Knights at Godmersham; Charles Montagu; Bolinbroke, Newton
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LLB41/ASome pages from ‘Travels in France and Italy durin
Some pages from ‘Travels in France and Italy during the years 1787, 1788 and 1789’ by Arthur Young, mentions Taylor
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LLB41/BArticle: ‘On the road again with Arthur Young’, Jo
Article: ‘On the road again with Arthur Young’, Journal of Economic History, 48 (1988), pp. 93-116
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LLB42Documents relating to the sale of the outer parts
Documents relating to the sale of the outer parts of the Bifrons Estate, 1921
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LLB43The Genealogist’s Guide by George Marshall, 1903
The Genealogist’s Guide by George Marshall, 1903
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LLB44Mainly handwritten notes culled from the newspaper
Mainly handwritten notes culled from the newspaper - reference Conyngham, Bifrons, Patrixbourne and Bridge
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