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N/1765Entry in Kentish Post re Mozart concert in Canterb
Entry in Kentish Post re Mozart concert in Canterbury (x 4 copies) [Williamson 319, 418]; one A3 size copy [Williamson 422]
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N/1768Copies re cricket match; horses for racing; fire a
Copies re cricket match; horses for racing; fire at workshop in Bridge; auction of goods of Mrs Beer of Bridge; letting of Mrs Beer’s house in Bridge; women’s running race on Barham Downs (x 2); Canterbury races; local Post-Chaises and White Horse holding of a furniture sale catalogue
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N/1769William Nash/John Nash clock-makers disagreement (
William Nash/John Nash clock-makers disagreement (x 4); cock-fighting at Bridge Hill; horse racing (x 4); auricula feast at Sarah Gilbert’s at the White Horse; John Thompson, plough-maker of Bridge; turnpike petition; Women’s running race (x2); General interest article
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N/1770/1Chilham Club v. East Kent men’s running race (x 2)
Chilham Club v. East Kent men’s running race (x 2); monetary reward offered by Lord Conyngham after an attack on his person (x2); cock-fighting at the White Horse; auricula feast at the White Horse; horse racing
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N/1770/2Cock-fighting at the White Horse; monetary reward
Cock-fighting at the White Horse; monetary reward offered by Lord Conyngham after an attack on his person (x2)
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N/1771Cock-fighting at Bridge Hill; auricula feast at th
Cock-fighting at Bridge Hill; auricula feast at the White Horse (x 4); Horse racing and auricular feast; horse racing; cricket matches at Bourn Paddock (x 4); cricket matches of the Bourn Club (x 3)
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N/1772MS note re races and Archdeacon’s visit; advert fo
MS note re races and Archdeacon’s visit; advert for workhouse mistress; burglary of workshop of John Thompson (x 2); walk Canterbury to London and return in a day; beef for the poor; cock-fighting at the White Horse (x 2); George Gipps elected alderman; Canterbury races (x 2); moving of Birchington windmill; Bourn Paddock cricket (x 3); bet on horse to run 20 miles in an hour (Barham Downs); Dover and Canterbury carriages
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N/1773MS note re cock fighting, George Gipps as mayor an
MS note re cock fighting, George Gipps as mayor and George Frend; Auction at Bridge Hill House; Horse racing / new round course (x 7); cock fighting at Bridge Hill; William Nash clock; cricket at Bourn Paddock (x 6); horse racing and cricket (2 copies); accident between two post-chaises on the Bridge/Canterbury road; marriage notice Mr Horse/ Miss Abbot of Bekesbourne and Mr Rigden / Miss (?) Of Bridge
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N/1774/1Canterbury races at Barham Downs (x 2)
Canterbury races at Barham Downs (x 2)
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N/1774/2MS note re horse racing, Sir Horace Mann, Robert B
MS note re horse racing, Sir Horace Mann, Robert Bargrave; Auricula feast at the White Horse; horse racing, including report of accidents (x 4); horses arriving at Bridge Hill for racing; Bourn Club cricket matches (x 2); marriage notice Thomas Bowes of Adisham and Kitty Andrews at the mile stone near Bridge;
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N/1776Canterbury races (x 4); Stonar Bridge (x 3)
Canterbury races (x 4); Stonar Bridge (x 3)
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N/1780Canterbury races / horses (x 6); Letting notice fo
Canterbury races / horses (x 6); Letting notice for Patrixbourne Vicarage; Bourn Paddock cricket (x 7)
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N/1786/1MS note re mail coach
MS note re mail coach
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N/1786/2Cutting: Canterbury Races at Barham Down
Cutting: Canterbury Races at Barham Down
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N/1790Letting notice for Bridge Place (x 2); Game Associ
Letting notice for Bridge Place (x 2); Game Association meeting at Bridge Hill House (x 3); break-in at the Red Lion (x 2); stage waggon accident Bridge; local gentlemen / re Kent & Canterbury hospital (x 4); dinner of East Kent freeholders at Bridge Hill (x 2); William Nash/ Samuel Hardeman watchmakers (2 copies); cricket at Bourn Paddock (x 2); new turnpike road (x 2); rate notice for Bridge and other villages; new grandstand at Barham Downs racecourse; Barham Downs races; ‘grand entertainment’ by Sir Horace Mann at Bourn Paddock; General interest articles (x2)
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N/1791/1 New turnpike road/improvements to Bridge Hill; di
New turnpike road/improvements to Bridge Hill; discovery of cemetery at St Augustine’s; cricket image; Richard Barham/ J. Beckingham at meeting for Folkestone turnpike road; Canterbury races (x 2); advert for apprentice miller/baker in Bridge; letting notice re Bridge Place; local travel routes and fares; conviction notice for waggon on highway in Bridge
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N/1791/2Canterbury races (x 2); turnpike road (x 4); letti
Canterbury races (x 2); turnpike road (x 4); letting notice for Bridge Place (x3); letter to Sir Horace Mann re paving at Deal; articles re fox hunting (x2)
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N/1791/3Letting notice Bridge Place; Canterbury races (x 3
Letting notice Bridge Place; Canterbury races (x 3); turnpike road meeting at Horse and Groom on Bridge Hill (x 2); advert for journeymen weavers apply Henry Crosoer, Bridge; approval of new road Canterbury to Dover; horse race at Barham Downs with a meal at Bridge Hill House (x 2); hop vermin in East Kent; new Dover road (x 2); articles re Botany Bay (x2)
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N/1793Letting notice for Bridge Place; Canterbury races;
Letting notice for Bridge Place; Canterbury races; Hoath Farm runaways; report with image of execution of Louis XVI
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N/1799MS notes: John Fagg of Bridge burglary; traps at H
MS notes: John Fagg of Bridge burglary; traps at Hales Place; troop movements; Dr Wardell (as later); Canterbury races; publication of 4th vol. of Hasted Cuttings: Dr Wardell of Bridge wanting house for regimental hospital; soldiers at Barham Downs (x 3); Canterbury races (x 2); report re Pidcock’s collection of foreign birds and beasts exhibiting at Lady Wootton’s Green and then to tour; notice of licences for hats; auction notice for Howletts (x 2); auction notice including Cobham Court, Bekesbourne; holding of Court Baron for Barton manor
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N/1800MS note: re John Fagg/George Gipps
MS note: re John Fagg/George Gipps Cuttings: new turnpike road; auction of Howletts Farm; troops on Barham Downs (x 3); running race on Barham Downs; Canterbury races (x 7); County rate values for villages; article re hair powder tax
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N/1810Canterbury races (x 2); notice re public breakfast
Canterbury races (x 2); notice re public breakfast at Dandelion Gardens; promenade and fireworks for race week; County rates for the villages
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N/1820Canterbury races – horses to be entered at the Red
Canterbury races – horses to be entered at the Red Lion; Canterbury races, notes stables at Bridge; Canterbury races
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N/1823Examination of robber by Rev. C. Hughes of Bridge
Examination of robber by Rev. C. Hughes of Bridge Place; sale of household goods at Bridge; listing of hop acreage by village (x 2); royal grant to descendants of Charles Hughes to use the name Hallett; letting notice for Bridge Place; sale of contents of Bridge Place; £100 legacy of James Hallet to K&C hospital; tolls of Canterbury/Barham turnpike road; letting notice for Bridge Place (x 2); Canterbury races (x 3); John Hartley of Bridge, subscriber to the K&C hospital; accident of Mr Tritton of Bridge at the turnpike; notice of Court Baron for Bishopsbourne called by Mrs Louisa Beckingham; break-in at carpenter’s shop in Bridge, Bridge Hill House, and parsonage of Bekesborne; break-in at barn in Bifrons Park
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N/1824MS notes: burglary Mr Finch of Bishopsborne; John
MS notes: burglary Mr Finch of Bishopsborne; John Hartley subscription to K&C hospital; break-ins in Bridge, Higham, Cold Harbour farm, Bourne Place stables; rental of dwelling house and land in Bridge; Canterbury roads bill... Cuttings: sale of carpentry and wheelwright business at Bridge, including cottages; letting of dwelling house at Bridge; marriage notice of Mr Jarvis butcher of Bridge and Miss Mary Hughes of Higham; auction of estate at Bridge, with trout stream (x 2); notice of formation of Association of Canterbury and its neighbourhood to combat recent ‘depredations’ (x 2); troop field day at Barham Downs and park of Rev. Hallett; Canterbury races (x 4); runaway post chaise from Canterbury to Dover
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N/1827MS note: re turnpike meeting
MS note: re turnpike meeting Cuttings: Canterbury races (x 3); notice re found child at Bridge; report on theft of grapes at Patrixbourne; articles on Canterbury & Whitstable railway tunnel; Highwaymen; general interest
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N/1828Notice re letting of Bridge Hill House (home of de
Notice re letting of Bridge Hill House (home of de Montesquieu); turnpike road (x 2); discoveries during lowering of Bridge Hill (x 2); accident during work on Bridge Hill; advert for school at the Vicarage, Patrixbourne; letting notice for dwelling in Bridge; Canterbury races (x 4); Railway tunnel accident; Turnpike; Sweep story
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N/1829MS note: re Mrs Goodban of Bridge
MS note: re Mrs Goodban of Bridge Cuttings: sale of household furniture of Captain Newman of Bridge; Archbishop to take up his abode at Bifrons; half-way house sale of goods; accident at Hyde (Manchester); auction of stock, furniture etc. at Bourn Place and Lenhall Farm; report on upset of a pony cart in Bridge; Canterbury races (x 2); stripping of apple trees at Mr Tyson’s garden in Bridge; notice of stopping up of certain roads Bridge/Patrixbourne; auction of substantial residence in Bridge (x 3); turnpike road and stopping of roads; letter from George Gipps re Sunday opening; notice of Court Leet for Bishopsbourne manor; sale of Bifrons estate
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N/1830Purchase of Bifrons by Marquis of Conyngham; notic
Purchase of Bifrons by Marquis of Conyngham; notice of automata exhibition Canterbury; notice re stopping up of local roads (2 copies); turnpike road need for £1,000; new railway (4 sheets)
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N/1831Inquest on body of William Godden servant to Thoma
Inquest on body of William Godden servant to Thomas Foord at Patrixbourne
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N/1833Marriage of Albert Conyngham and marriage settleme
Marriage of Albert Conyngham and marriage settlement (x 2); Canterbury races (x 2); Racehorse named ‘Vicar’ at Charles Howard’s of Bridge
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N/1847Illustrated London News, election of Lord Albert C
Illustrated London News, election of Lord Albert Conyngham as MP for Canterbury
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N/1850Inquest at Bridge on body of Joseph White, pauper
Inquest at Bridge on body of Joseph White, pauper of the Union (Mr Sicard attended); letting notice for Oswalds / turnpike road notice; Canterbury races (x 1); Bridge Union contract for potatoes; notice re estate of Elizabeth Williams formerly of Bridge; Bridge Union contract for provisions; accident of James Clayson of Bekesborne (Mr Sicard attended); notice re dismantling of Oswalds / East Kent Agricultural Protection Society meeting at Barham Downs; Sale of residence at Bridge; auction sale of Oswalds; Bridge Union - elected guardians; East Kent elections / Cricket Club notice; East Kent elections
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N/1851Turnpike road; Bridge Union contracts notice (x 3)
Turnpike road; Bridge Union contracts notice (x 3); Canterbury Court of Guardians/ Canterbury races; Bridge news – testimonial to Rev. Bagge; Canterbury races; Bekesbourne news; Bishopsbourne news; Canterbury races; Wrecks
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N/1867The Times, 6 Jun, advert for sale of Bridge Hill H
The Times, 6 Jun, advert for sale of Bridge Hill House (x 2 copies) [Williamson 22]
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N/2000/1/1DT: re Higham Park
DT: re Higham Park
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N/2000/1/2Times: John Aspinall obituary
Times: John Aspinall obituary
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N/2000/1/3KG: re Richard Hooker; Gladys and Tom Arter Diamon
KG: re Richard Hooker; Gladys and Tom Arter Diamond wedding; Letters re Bridge surgery; Bridgeway Stores ram-raid; Bridge surgery development (x4); Bridge Millennium festival; Rev. Paul Filmer appointment; letters re New Dover Road Park & Ride; retirement Rev. Raymond Gilbert; Anne Shirley’s book about the North West Passage; letter re cycling; Lou Round and Chaucer wall hanging; death at the New Close; retirement Ettie Webb from playgroup; Bridge Tennis Club; Joan Hill president of Inner Wheel Club
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N/2000/2Roundabout: Mar
Roundabout: Mar
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Roundabout: Apr
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Roundabout: May
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Roundabout: Jun
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Roundabout: Jul
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Roundabout: Aug
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Roundabout: Sep
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Roundabout: Oct
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Roundabout: Nov
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N/2000/11Roundabout: Dec
Roundabout: Dec
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N/2001/2KG 16 page special supplement ‘Living with the Flo
KG 16 page special supplement ‘Living with the Floods’
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N/2001/3Roundabout: Jan
Roundabout: Jan
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Roundabout: Feb
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Roundabout: Mar
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Roundabout: Apr
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Roundabout: May
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Roundabout: Jun
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Roundabout: Jul
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N/2001/1 KG: re actor Tom Wilkinson; re Alun Heslop (chairm
KG: re actor Tom Wilkinson; re Alun Heslop (chairmaker); aerial photo north side of Bridge; Art in Bridge; Flooding; Bishopsbourne school history; Wood crafts / Alun Heslop; Villages flooding (x2); Singer Peter Giles
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N/2001/10Roundabout: Aug
Roundabout: Aug
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Roundabout: Sep
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Roundabout: Oct
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Roundabout: Nov
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N/2001/14Roundabout: Dec
Roundabout: Dec
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N/2002/1/1KG: obituary Richard Neame; Bridge village fete; A
KG: obituary Richard Neame; Bridge village fete; Archbishop Carey opening new block at Bridge school; re proposed business park at Highland Court (x2)
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N/2002/1/2Adscene: re Chris & Melanie McClean Training Pub o
Adscene: re Chris & Melanie McClean Training Pub of the Year award (Plough & Harrow) (x 3); re cutting down of beech tree at Bridge School; report on funeral of vet David Redfearn; re explosion at Highland Court Farm
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N/2002/2Roundabout: Jan
Roundabout: Jan
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Roundabout: Feb
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Roundabout: Mar
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Roundabout: Apr
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Roundabout: May
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Roundabout: Jun
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Roundabout: Jul
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Roundabout: Aug
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Roundabout: Sep
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Roundabout: Oct
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N/2002/12Roundabout: Nov
Roundabout: Nov
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Roundabout: Dec
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N/2003/1KG: obituary and funeral of Laurence Shirley; Aeri
KG: obituary and funeral of Laurence Shirley; Aerial photos: Western Avenue and Mill Lane; Riverside Close and High Street; Union Road; Bridge Down; The Street, Patrixbourne; Ayesha Ahern/Rajit Dhaliwal Londis competition; obituary notice Joan Healey; Sale of Burgate bakeries (including Bridge store); death Rory Haynes; Bill Oakey/A2; Bill Rose; Bill Rose’s book; Caesar coin find at Pett Bottom; Rural wardens/ Bill Rose v. burglar (x2)
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N/2003/2Roundabout: Jan
Roundabout: Jan
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Roundabout: Feb
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Roundabout: Mar
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Roundabout: Apr
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Roundabout: May
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Roundabout: Jun
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Roundabout: Jul
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Roundabout: Aug
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Roundabout: Sep
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Roundabout: Oct
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Roundabout: Nov
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Roundabout: Dec
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N/2004/1KG: Bridge Hill crash; John Anderson, village corr
KG: Bridge Hill crash; John Anderson, village correspondent; Martin Vye, Lord Mayor (x2); Station Road crash; Plough and Harrow Wi-Fi, Mark Esdale/Chris MacLean; Canterbury to Rheims cycle ride, Finbar Shirley; opening and roofing of Higham Park (x2); Bill Rose wartime diaries, Japanese students’ visit to Bridge School; Alan Howland/Bekesbourne Lane traffic
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N/2004/2Roundabout: Jan
Roundabout: Jan
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Roundabout: Feb
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Roundabout: Mar
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Roundabout: Apr
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Roundabout: May
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Roundabout: Jun
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Roundabout: Jul
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Roundabout: Aug
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Roundabout: Oct
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Roundabout: Dec
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N/2005/1KG: Saxon treasure in Bridge; Closure of Bridge Pl
KG: Saxon treasure in Bridge; Closure of Bridge Place Country Club
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N/2005/2Roundabout: Jan
Roundabout: Jan
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Roundabout: Feb
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Roundabout: Mar
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Roundabout: Apr
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Roundabout: May
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Roundabout: Jun
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Roundabout: Jul
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Roundabout: Aug
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N/2006/1/1KG: Elham Valley Railway Bridge strengthening; Sto
KG: Elham Valley Railway Bridge strengthening; Stopping of archaeological dig at Bourne Park (x5); departure of Rev. Paul Filmer; Mozart and Bourne Park; re post horn of Marquess of Conyngham; re White Horse Inn
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N/2006/1/2 Times: re Bridge Place
Times: re Bridge Place
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N/2006/2Roundabout: Dec
Roundabout: Dec
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N/2007/1KG: re White Horse new landlady Carol Blake; re El
KG: re White Horse new landlady Carol Blake; re Elham Valley Railway; re planning proposal for 24 High Street; re White Horse/ Carol Blake/ bailiffs
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N/2008/1/1KG: 250 years ago – Barham Downs’ races; old image
KG: 250 years ago – Barham Downs’ races; old images of Bridge
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N/2008/1/2Times: re Higham Park
Times: re Higham Park
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N/2009/1KG: Charlotte Whigham; re planning at 24 High Stre
KG: Charlotte Whigham; re planning at 24 High Street (x4); brothel owner; Bridge school extension; death of John Purchese; re John Anderson / Bridge Parish Council; re Bridge Place/ hotel; letter re affordable housing in Bridge; re Mount Charles House; re firework display signage; re Robert Whigham; re Bridge Post Office award; re Littlebourne surgery
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N/2009/2 Roundabout: Jul
Roundabout: Jul
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N/2010/1KG: obituary notice Dave Whittaker; 50 yrs ago new
KG: obituary notice Dave Whittaker; 50 yrs ago new housing; obituary notice Tommy Frier (x2); re Brickfields housing; re court case of brothel keeper Lynn Amos-Brown (x5); letter re Kingston Bridge; re closure of Roman Museum; re A2 crash; obituary notice Norman Fowler
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N/2010/2KG Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary Supplement
KG Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary Supplement
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N/2011/1 KG: re Bridge/ St Andre twinning; re re-opening of
KG: re Bridge/ St Andre twinning; re re-opening of White Horse (Nicola & Tony Ray); 175 yrs ago re running of the river; funeral of Bill Rose; re death of Bill Rose
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N/2012/1 KG: Recreation ground working party; time capsule
KG: Recreation ground working party; time capsule at Bridge school; Clinical Commissioning Group led by Dr Mark Jones; re Bridge/St Andre twinning; letter re A2 slip road crash (1); re A2 slip road crash (2); full page advert for Bridge Place Country Club; re housing development Local Plan
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N/2013/1 KG: A2 crash; re sale of Bridge Place
KG: A2 crash; re sale of Bridge Place
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N/2014/1/2Sunday Express: article re Count Zborowski
Sunday Express: article re Count Zborowski
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N/2014/1/1 KG: Storm flooding with pictures, 3pp.; article re
KG: Storm flooding with pictures, 3pp.; article re Count Zborowski
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N/2015/1KG: re sewer repairs in Bridge and Bishopsbourne;
KG: re sewer repairs in Bridge and Bishopsbourne; re saving the Mill Centre; re possible Canterbury by-pass involving Bridge junction; Peter Malkin to turn Bridge Place into hotel; Bridge Place for sale and viewed by Brian May; Simon Cook new Canterbury Council leader; re Mill Centre
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N/2016/1KG: obituary article John Anderson; reprint of his
KG: obituary article John Anderson; reprint of historical entry (1865) re Canterbury Spring Races; reprint of historical entries (1965, 1976) re A2 by-pass
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N/1814-15Canterbury races (x 6); coach routes; auction of f
Canterbury races (x 6); coach routes; auction of farm house at White Horse; turnpike road and letting of cottage at Barham; auction of household furniture of Miss Fitch at Bridge; letting notice for Howletts; Listing of village Waterloo subscriptions; Auction notice for Howletts Farm
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N/1960s/1Kentish Express, 6 Jan 1961 (x 2), 13 Jan, 27 Jan,
Kentish Express, 6 Jan 1961 (x 2), 13 Jan, 27 Jan, Flooding in Bridge
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N/1960s/2KG, 29 Dec 1967, Canterbury and the Army: Gregory
KG, 29 Dec 1967, Canterbury and the Army: Gregory Blaxland [Willliamson 86h]
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N/1960s/3KG, 7 Jul 1967, Overview of Bridge village life wi
KG, 7 Jul 1967, Overview of Bridge village life with pictures including Rev. Perry, Herbert Price, policemen, WI, The Close and Bridge School pool
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N/1970s/1The Times, 14, Apr 1972, ‘Mr Goldsmith takes Paris
The Times, 14, Apr 1972, ‘Mr Goldsmith takes Paris by storm’
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N/1970s/2The Times, 22 Dec 1973, ‘The singular affair of th
The Times, 22 Dec 1973, ‘The singular affair of the Reverend Mr. Barham’
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N/1970s/3KG, 25 Jun 1976, ‘Road to the Future’ A2 by-pass o
KG, 25 Jun 1976, ‘Road to the Future’ A2 by-pass opening feature section
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N/1970s/4KG, 25 Jun 1976, A2 by-pass articles
KG, 25 Jun 1976, A2 by-pass articles
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N/1970s/5The Times, 28 Jun 1976, ‘Village by-pass’
The Times, 28 Jun 1976, ‘Village by-pass’
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N/1970s/62 Jul 1976, ‘The Battle of Bridge is over’
2 Jul 1976, ‘The Battle of Bridge is over’
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N/1970s/7KG, 1976, 5 Nov, ‘Bourne Golf Club’
KG, 1976, 5 Nov, ‘Bourne Golf Club’
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N/1970s/8KG(?), 10 Jun 1977, ‘Bekesbourne Fancy Dress’
KG(?), 10 Jun 1977, ‘Bekesbourne Fancy Dress’
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N/1970s/9KG, 24 Jun 1977, ‘Friendly village shopkeeper goes
KG, 24 Jun 1977, ‘Friendly village shopkeeper goes’, Cyril Prickett
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N/1970s/10Evening News, 2 Aug 1977, ‘Stop, look… and listen’
Evening News, 2 Aug 1977, ‘Stop, look… and listen’ (A2)
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N/1970s/11KG, 14 Apr 1978, ‘Flying Corps’ first days in vill
KG, 14 Apr 1978, ‘Flying Corps’ first days in village 60 years ago’
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N/1970s/12KG, 23 Jun 1978, ‘A House where music lives’ (Pete
KG, 23 Jun 1978, ‘A House where music lives’ (Peter Giles)
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N/1970s/13KG, 14 Jul 1978, ‘Village’s own air shows’
KG, 14 Jul 1978, ‘Village’s own air shows’
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N/1970s/14KG, 1974 ‘French baron found peace at Bridge’ re M
KG, 1974 ‘French baron found peace at Bridge’ re Montesquieu; ‘150 years ago: Nobleman dies’, mounted on A4 sheet (2 items) (original and photocopy) [Williamson 33]
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N/1970s/151974, ‘Bridge says it with music and flowers’; She
1974, ‘Bridge says it with music and flowers’; Sheet of flower festival headed paper of Rev. Perry
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N/1970s/161977 photocopy: 1st Bridge Guides art festival hon
1977 photocopy: 1st Bridge Guides art festival honours
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N/1970s/17Bekesbourne and Bridge jubilee celebration picture
Bekesbourne and Bridge jubilee celebration pictures, 1977; local stories, 1977 KG, 17 Mar 1978, Confirmation candidates including nine from Bridge and five from Bekesbourne
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N/1980s/11980: KG: 22 Feb, Bridge development plan; 25 Apr,
1980: KG: 22 Feb, Bridge development plan; 25 Apr, ‘Historic phone call to Australia’ (Mr Water Scarborough); 26 Sep, article re Peter Giles
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N/1980s/21982: Daily Mail, 14 Jun, ‘PS’ note by Nigel Demps
1982: Daily Mail, 14 Jun, ‘PS’ note by Nigel Dempster re Marquis Conyngham
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N/1980s/61988: Sunday Times, 22 May, ‘Clean sweep of a rake
1988: Sunday Times, 22 May, ‘Clean sweep of a rake’s progress’, book review by D. Leitch [Williamson 332]; 12 Aug, obituary Dr Wit Tarnawski (expert on Conrad)
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N/1980s/71989: KM Extra, 5 May, ‘Changes in the WI role’, B
1989: KM Extra, 5 May, ‘Changes in the WI role’, Bridge WI 70th anniversary with photo [Williamson 434]; Jun, advertisement feature: ‘Skippers of Bridge’ [Williamson 430]; KM Extra, 29 Sep, ‘Those magnificent men…’, Bekesbourne airfield
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N/1980s/3 1983: Daily Telegraph, 16 Sep, ‘Conrad before fame
1983: Daily Telegraph, 16 Sep, ‘Conrad before fame’; 30 Sep, ‘Marquis opens hall extension’
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N/1980s/4 1985: KG, 12 Apr, ‘Will’s historic legacy’, re Mon
1985: KG, 12 Apr, ‘Will’s historic legacy’, re Montesquieu
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N/1980s/5 1987: A5 sheet with five cuttings attached: Golden
1987: A5 sheet with five cuttings attached: Golden Wedding of Mr & Mrs Albert Hadlow//Death of Mr Williams Adams//Advertisement for a stud stallion at Bourne Park//Opening of Dental surgery in Bridge//Sale advertisement for 18 High Street (Wayside) no source [Williamson 84]; Advertisement cutting for Bridge Place, no source; Times 7 Sep 1987, article re Stephen Hales anniv (1677) stapled to MS note from Ann Shirley, Little Bridge Place
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N/1990s/21992: ‘Policeman praised’, PC Brian Goodwin, photo
1992: ‘Policeman praised’, PC Brian Goodwin, photo; Martin Vye LibDem Candidate [Williamson 376]; David Pentin, Conservative leader, Canterbury City Council, photo [Williamson 377]; ‘Old Langtonian weds’ (Sylvia Gibson) [Williamson 321]; Adscene, ‘Drawing the Line on Life’, Profile of Edward Pentin; KM Extra, ‘Postcard peeps into the past’, Red Lion photo; ‘Sarah blows in…’, Sarah Field, brass musician; Times, ‘The Scourge of authority’ political caricature of George IV
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N/1990s/41995: ‘Crash closes carriageway’, A2; KG, ‘School
1995: ‘Crash closes carriageway’, A2; KG, ‘School report is a birthday bonus’, Ofsted and 25th anniversary of Bridge Primary School, photo of cake and six pupils; obituary of Lt-Col Douglas de Cent (x2 photocopies)
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N/1990s/51996: Times, ‘£800 rent for home of Virginia Wool
1996: Times, ‘£800 rent for home of Virginia Woolf’, Oswalds for sale [Williamson 47]; Times, Lloyds of London profits, Lord Mountcharles photo [Williamson 46]; Earl of Mount Charles and his political ambitions, photo [Williamson 45]
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N/1990s/61997: ‘Masters take pride in their best bangers’,
1997: ‘Masters take pride in their best bangers’, Laurie Wakeham, butcher [Williamson 260]; ‘Anglo-Irish elite given wide berth by embassy’, ref Earl of Mount Charles [Williamson 515]; Sunday Times, rich list with Juliet De Chair (415th =) [Williamson 516]; Weekend Telegraph, ‘The estate we’re in’, re C. Gooch, agent to B. Mummery of Great Pett, inheritance of Boughton Monchelsea Place [Williamson 538]; Financial Times, ‘City in schism over park and ride plan’, photocopy [Williamson 304]
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N/1990s/71998: Canterbury Times, ‘Laurence to hang up his r
1998: Canterbury Times, ‘Laurence to hang up his rubber stamp’, retirement of Bridge postmaster Laurence Shirley [Williamson 93]; ‘Village stalwart retires’, Laurence Shirley [Williamson 87]; ‘Part of the city’, obituary of Tim Hoare [Williamson 112]; Times, ‘Priory with a riotous past’ (St Osyth/Somerset de Chair) [Williamson 98]; Canterbury Times(?), ‘Pedalling Pyrenees pilgrim’, article on Capt. John Martin [Williamson 105]; DT(?), ‘Heath tells of the sweetheart who jilted him…’, J. R. Buckrell of Bridge [Williamson 114]; wedding of Rebecca Vye; ‘Queen Mum chats to Norman’, Norman Elgar
101
N/1990s/81999: Times, obituary Lft-Col. C. L. Boyle (photo
1999: Times, obituary Lft-Col. C. L. Boyle (photo of Bosch-Buster); KG, ‘A Bridge too far’, closure of cricket club; KG, ‘200 years ago’, stolen William Nash watch; Times, obituary notice John Williamson; KG, ‘Former tannery owner dies’, John Williamson, obituary notice; KG, Canterbury Tennis club anniversary photo including Stephen Woodley of Bridge; KG, (x 3), Bridge community news (2 parts); ‘Over-exposed, but fun!’ Alfie and Trish Jarvis / Plough and Harrow Millennium calendar; KG, ‘Nothing barred in pub calendar’, Chris Maclean and Plough and Harrow Millennium calendar; KG, ‘A happy nude year to you all’, Plough and Harrow Millennium calendar; KG, Bridge community news; KG, ‘You can help give Charlotte a home’, Shirley family’s pig
141
N/1990s/1a1990: Methodist Chapel registration for marriages,
1990: Methodist Chapel registration for marriages, no source; Bourne Park Lodge house photo, no source; Times, 21 Feb, obituary Michael Powell; Times, 7 May, obituary of Sir Reginald Goodall, died at Saxon Lodge [Williamson 368]; ‘Girls can blow own trumpets’, Bridge guides, brass ensemble [Williamson 330]
60
N/1990s/1b1991: KG, ‘75 years ago: Miss Wye’s 44 years at Br
1991: KG, ‘75 years ago: Miss Wye’s 44 years at Bridge’ (1916)
11
N/1990s/3a1993: ‘Family happier on two wheels’, photo John &
1993: ‘Family happier on two wheels’, photo John & Emily Shirley [Williamson 436]; obituary James Mount (x2 photocopies)
21
N/1990s/3b1994: Times(?), ‘Rebel without a pause’ by Julia L
1994: Times(?), ‘Rebel without a pause’ by Julia Llewellyn Smith, biographical notes on Somerset de Chair of Bourne Park, original and three photocopies [Williamson 120]
11
N/CloseA collection of photocopied newspaper articles rel
A collection of photocopied newspaper articles relating to the Close, Bridge
21
N/Close/1Christmas display (at the Close?), 2 images, undat
Christmas display (at the Close?), 2 images, undated
11
N/Close/2KG, 11 Oct 1968, ‘Banishing boredom in hospital’,
KG, 11 Oct 1968, ‘Banishing boredom in hospital’, (x2)
11
N/Close/3‘Double opening’, The Close open day and opening o
‘Double opening’, The Close open day and opening of two new wards, 1966, 2p.
21
N/Close/4Kentish Observer, 8 Dec 1964, ‘Old people’s Superi
Kentish Observer, 8 Dec 1964, ‘Old people’s Superintendent plans to give his charges an interest in life’, Mr & Mrs Urwin, 3p.
21
N/Close/5Pictures of The Close open day, 1965, 2pp. (x 2)
Pictures of The Close open day, 1965, 2pp. (x 2)
21
N/Close/6Photo of residents at The Close concert, 6 Apr 196
Photo of residents at The Close concert, 6 Apr 1967 (x2)
11
N/Close/7‘Happiness at The Close’, Christmas dinner, 1967,
‘Happiness at The Close’, Christmas dinner, 1967, (x3 copies of photos, x1 of article)
21
N/Close/8‘Patients move out of The Close’, closure of The C
‘Patients move out of The Close’, closure of The Close hospital, Aug 1970, 2pp.
21
N/Close/9‘Open Day raised funds for Hospital friends’, unda
‘Open Day raised funds for Hospital friends’, undated, 3pp.
21
N/Close/10The Close open day, 20 May 1966, 2pp.
The Close open day, 20 May 1966, 2pp.
21
N/Close/11The Close open day, undated, 2pp.
The Close open day, undated, 2pp.
21
N/Close/12‘Bridge fete launches recruiting campaign’, undate
‘Bridge fete launches recruiting campaign’, undated (x3)
11
N/Close/13‘Bridge fete helps the hospitals’, undated, 1p.
‘Bridge fete helps the hospitals’, undated, 1p.
11
N/Close/14‘Gifts for The Close’, undated, 1p.
‘Gifts for The Close’, undated, 1p.
11
N/Close/15Picture of Harry and Lucy Urwin, undated (x 2)
Picture of Harry and Lucy Urwin, undated (x 2)
11
N/Close/16KG, ‘The Close staff dinner’, undated, 1p.
KG, ‘The Close staff dinner’, undated, 1p.
11
N/Close/17‘Happy end to flood ordeal’ and ‘The Close dinner’
‘Happy end to flood ordeal’ and ‘The Close dinner’, undated, 1p.
11
N/Close/18‘Villages’ farewells to doctor’, Dr Roger Hunter,
‘Villages’ farewells to doctor’, Dr Roger Hunter, undated, 2pp.
21
N/Close/19‘Dryer gift for hospital’, Bridge Young Wives pres
‘Dryer gift for hospital’, Bridge Young Wives present to Highland Court Hospital, undated, 1p.
11
N/Close/20Kentish Observer, 28 Jul 1970, Leaving party for M
Kentish Observer, 28 Jul 1970, Leaving party for Mr and Mrs Urwin, undated, 1p.
11
N/ndNo date
No date
00
N/nd/1‘250 yrs ago’ Battalion marches in 1758; GA Agency
‘250 yrs ago’ Battalion marches in 1758; GA Agency advertisement for Penbourne House, High Street, Bridge; Julian Brazier/volunteering; ‘Health for All’ project
21
N/nd/2‘Souvenir hunter drew the line at baby’s body’, Ro
‘Souvenir hunter drew the line at baby’s body’, Rosemary Braithwaite on Bargrave KG? [Williamson 69]
11
N/nd/3 A5 sheet with four cuttings: Barry Kirk at the RA
A5 sheet with four cuttings: Barry Kirk at the RA; Death of Dr Wilson; Wedding of Earl Mount Charles; Lady Juliet de Chair [Williamson 83]
11
N/nd/4‘You’ll be spoiled for choice’: Advertising puff f
‘You’ll be spoiled for choice’: Advertising puff for Skippers Restaurant [Williamson 131]
11
N/nd/5‘Inn for a ton of fun’, Edith Moody (Gate Inn) [Wi
‘Inn for a ton of fun’, Edith Moody (Gate Inn) [Williamson 240]
11
N/nd/6‘Inn for a ton of fun’, Edith Moody (Gate Inn) [Wi
‘Inn for a ton of fun’, Edith Moody (Gate Inn) [Williamson 247]
11
N/nd/7Advertisement feature for Skippers Restaurant [Wil
Advertisement feature for Skippers Restaurant [Williamson 246]
11
N/nd/8The Good Church Guide (Penguin), with reference to
The Good Church Guide (Penguin), with reference to Bekesbourne Church [Williamson 250]
11
N/nd/9‘Travelling companions for 50 years’ E. & C. Down
‘Travelling companions for 50 years’ E. & C. Down (59 Bridge Down) [Williamson 297]
11
N/nd/10‘Gambles with beasts’, book review by Jeremy Paxma
‘Gambles with beasts’, book review by Jeremy Paxman: B. Masters, The Passion of John Aspinall [Williamson 324]
11
N/nd/11‘A great great great aunt’ (Emma Fagg, born in Bri
‘A great great great aunt’ (Emma Fagg, born in Bridge, 1825-1913) [Williamson 339]
11
N/nd/12Photo of horses at East Kent ploughing match at Br
Photo of horses at East Kent ploughing match at Bridge [Williamson 355]
11
N/nd/13Golden wedding of George & Alice Pratt (Bridge pol
Golden wedding of George & Alice Pratt (Bridge policeman) [Williamson 372]
11
N/nd/14Captivated by a hot air stream (3 book reviews), p
Captivated by a hot air stream (3 book reviews), possibly irrelevant? [Williamson 373]
11
N/nd/15Royal archives show Prinny’s cultural side (Ray Cl
Royal archives show Prinny’s cultural side (Ray Clancy), no source [Williamson 406]
11
N/nd/16Kent Messenger, Search is on for wartime bomber cr
Kent Messenger, Search is on for wartime bomber crew: letter re A. M. Taylor (Lynton House) [Williamson 431]
11
N/nd/17Map of proposed Canterbury Business Park [Williams
Map of proposed Canterbury Business Park [Williamson 432]
11
N/nd/18‘Old tollgate cottage saw world go by’, Gate Inn,
‘Old tollgate cottage saw world go by’, Gate Inn, with photo [Williamson 433]
11
N/nd/19‘Fund’s tribute to lifetime of dedication’, Mrs An
‘Fund’s tribute to lifetime of dedication’, Mrs Anne Young of Beech Hill [Williamson 444]
11
N/nd/20Death of Dr A. T. Wilson, Bridge Practitioner, ex-
Death of Dr A. T. Wilson, Bridge Practitioner, ex-Trinity College Dublin [Williamson 463]
11
N/nd/21‘French film crew back in Patrixbourne’ [Williamso
‘French film crew back in Patrixbourne’ [Williamson 478]
11
N/nd/22Photo of dry bed of Nailbourne, no source [William
Photo of dry bed of Nailbourne, no source [Williamson 481]
10
N/nd/23Forteviot trustees buy Kent estate (Neame and Bour
Forteviot trustees buy Kent estate (Neame and Bourne estate) [Williamson 493]
10
N/nd/24‘Fruits of an amateur artist’s enthusiasm’, pictur
‘Fruits of an amateur artist’s enthusiasm’, pictures by Emily Eden [Williamson 494]
10
N/nd/25‘Coal Board acts to save German war cemetery’, Can
‘Coal Board acts to save German war cemetery’, Cannock [Williamson 495]
10
N/nd/26Letter from P. Dagnall re chestnut wood & Montesqu
Letter from P. Dagnall re chestnut wood & Montesquieu [Williamson 522]
10
N/nd/27Photo of unidentified house (in Bridge?) [Williams
Photo of unidentified house (in Bridge?) [Williamson 523]
10
N/nd/28‘Anniversaries’ including Stephen Hales, b. 1677
‘Anniversaries’ including Stephen Hales, b. 1677
10
N/nd/29‘Vicar’s private diary brings history to life’, Di
‘Vicar’s private diary brings history to life’, Diary of Rev. Joseph Price by G. M. Ditchfield and B. Keith-Lucas
10
N/nd/30‘The strange secrets of who owns what’, article re
‘The strange secrets of who owns what’, article re land ownership
20
N/nd/31Article re Sotheby’s auction including diamond nec
Article re Sotheby’s auction including diamond necklace of Lady Conyngham
20
N/nd/32‘Historic voyage in wake of Discovery’, publicatio
‘Historic voyage in wake of Discovery’, publication of book by Ann Savours (Shirley)
10
N/nd/33‘Naming names’, individuals in Bridge football tea
‘Naming names’, individuals in Bridge football team of 1922
10
N/nd/34Photo of Bridge Voluntary Fire Brigade with Mr Her
Photo of Bridge Voluntary Fire Brigade with Mr Herbert Price
10
N/nd/35Judge Giles Rooke re wearing wigs and robes
Judge Giles Rooke re wearing wigs and robes
10
N/nd/36‘Fight to save The Close from closing’
‘Fight to save The Close from closing’
10
N/nd/37‘Late Georgian style’, houses in The Union being r
‘Late Georgian style’, houses in The Union being released for sale
10
N/nd/38‘Kept up with the news for 75 years’, Bridge newsa
‘Kept up with the news for 75 years’, Bridge newsagents at 82 High Street, the Hawkins family
10
N/nd/39‘A diving tiger for poolside diversion’, photo of
‘A diving tiger for poolside diversion’, photo of Zemo the tiger diving into pool at Howletts with Mrs Aspinall
20
N/nd/40‘Elderly ferried to new home’, opening of the New
‘Elderly ferried to new home’, opening of the New Close
10
N/nd/41‘Baron’s historic visit’, visit to Bridge of Baron
‘Baron’s historic visit’, visit to Bridge of Baron de Montesquieu (original and photocopy)
10
N/nd/42Part of article re Keith Nicholson of KPMG
Part of article re Keith Nicholson of KPMG
10
N/nd/43‘A tale of raw courage in race to the pole’, publi
‘A tale of raw courage in race to the pole’, publication of Ann Shirley’s book
10
N/nd/44Article re publication of ‘Joseph Conrad: A Biogra
Article re publication of ‘Joseph Conrad: A Biography’ by Jeffrey Meyers and John Murray
20
N/nd/45‘A button and bottle problem’, old artefacts found
‘A button and bottle problem’, old artefacts found by Miss K. Douglas in her garden at 4 Riverside Cottages Patrixbourne
10
N/nd/46‘Are private zoos safe’, article re John Aspinall
‘Are private zoos safe’, article re John Aspinall and Howletts following mauling of 12 year-old, 4pp.
71
N/nd/47Photo of Mr Whigham, High Sheriff of Kent at Cante
Photo of Mr Whigham, High Sheriff of Kent at Canterbury Cathedral
10
N/nd/48KG (x2), ‘Vicar of Bridge bereaved’ and ‘Death of
KG (x2), ‘Vicar of Bridge bereaved’ and ‘Death of Mrs. Hubert Knight’
21
N/nd/49Photo of houses in Riverside Close ‘which caught t
Photo of houses in Riverside Close ‘which caught the planners’ eyes’
10
N/nd/50Report of wedding of John Stevens of Bourne View a
Report of wedding of John Stevens of Bourne View and Dorothy Vaughan of Mill Terrace, Mrs Lemar sang
10
N/nd/51‘A Leader of village life: Bridge loses a conspicu
‘A Leader of village life: Bridge loses a conspicuous man’, death of John Friend
20
N/nd/52‘Bekesbourne War Memorial’, unveiling by the Lord
‘Bekesbourne War Memorial’, unveiling by the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports
10
N/nd/53Funeral report for George Archer Hawkins
Funeral report for George Archer Hawkins
10
N/nd/54Early village roundabout article covering football
Early village roundabout article covering football, fire and funeral of Herbert Blunt
10
N/nd/55Kentish Express, ‘Death of Bridge pioneer fireman’
Kentish Express, ‘Death of Bridge pioneer fireman’, Richard Jarvis of Riverside Cottage
10
N/nd/56Part of article re visit to Patrixbourne church
Part of article re visit to Patrixbourne church
10
N/nd/57‘Veteran church worker’s retirement’, Mr H. Russ o
‘Veteran church worker’s retirement’, Mr H. Russ of Bekesbourne
10
N/nd/58‘Postal Official’s funeral’, Mr Richard Castle
‘Postal Official’s funeral’, Mr Richard Castle
10
N/nd/59‘Death of Dr S. Bickersteth’
‘Death of Dr S. Bickersteth’
21
N/nd/60Spotlight on Bekesbourne, contentious signpost
Spotlight on Bekesbourne, contentious signpost
20
N/nd/61‘Patrixbourne church to be restored’
‘Patrixbourne church to be restored’
10
N/nd/62Philip Jackson, sculptor of statue of young Mozart
Philip Jackson, sculptor of statue of young Mozart
10
N/nd/63Artist Sally Rose Gibson of Bridge at mask-making
Artist Sally Rose Gibson of Bridge at mask-making workshop at Port Lympne zoo
10
N/nd/64Obituary Somerset de Chair
Obituary Somerset de Chair
10
N/nd/65‘Former inn is restored’, Ship in Bridge High Stre
‘Former inn is restored’, Ship in Bridge High Street
10
N/nd/66‘Peer plants tree at museum’, Marquess of Conyngha
‘Peer plants tree at museum’, Marquess of Conyngham
10
N/nd/67Wedding of Harry Hawkins (of Riverdale, Bridge) an
Wedding of Harry Hawkins (of Riverdale, Bridge) and Priscilla Harris
20
N/nd/68Wedding of Bertram Sinnock and Edith Hawkins (of R
Wedding of Bertram Sinnock and Edith Hawkins (of Riverdale, Bridge) at St Peter’s Bridge
10
N/nd/69‘Firemen as guard of honour’, wedding of Sidney Gi
‘Firemen as guard of honour’, wedding of Sidney Gilbert (The Forge, Bridge) and Louisa Gilbert (The Limes, Bridge) at St Peter’s Bridge
10
N/nd/70Golden wedding notice including pictures of Mr & M
Golden wedding notice including pictures of Mr & Mrs A. Hadlow of Lynton Cottages, Bridge
10
N/nd/71Pentin family sponsored walk to raise funds for ca
Pentin family sponsored walk to raise funds for cathedral window restoration
10
N/nd/72‘Historic pages are auctioned’, ‘A Voyage up the M
‘Historic pages are auctioned’, ‘A Voyage up the Mediterranean in the Swiftsure’ written by Rev. Cooper Willyams, vicar of Kingston
10
N/nd/73‘Engineers pull in crowds’, model train engines, p
‘Engineers pull in crowds’, model train engines, picture of Barrie Brasier
10
N/nd/74 Fitzwilliam Collection moving to Bourne Park [Wil
Fitzwilliam Collection moving to Bourne Park [Williamson 86i]
10
N/nd/75Advertisement for Roger’s Garage, mid-1950s [Willi
Advertisement for Roger’s Garage, mid-1950s [Williamson 86j]
10
N/nd/76‘Digging day for Bridge’, 2 copies, donated tree f
‘Digging day for Bridge’, 2 copies, donated tree for recreation ground from Mrs A. R. Clark
10
N/nd/77‘Demo on ‘Bridge of sighs’’, A2 protest march
‘Demo on ‘Bridge of sighs’’, A2 protest march
10
N/nd/78Photo of lorry in High Street and narrow pavements
Photo of lorry in High Street and narrow pavements
10
N/nd/79Photo of High Street, best-kept village competitio
Photo of High Street, best-kept village competition
10
N/nd/80Picture of lorry in High Street and protest banner
Picture of lorry in High Street and protest banner across cottages
10
N/nd/81‘A “Poor start” and a bad ending’, ‘Poor start’ co
‘A “Poor start” and a bad ending’, ‘Poor start’ cottage on Dover Road at Bridge undergoing demolition
10
N/nd/82‘Girl cheats death as lorry wrecks house’, lorry c
‘Girl cheats death as lorry wrecks house’, lorry crash in the High Street
10
N/nd/83Photocopy of article ‘The true story of Chitty-Ban
Photocopy of article ‘The true story of Chitty-Bang-Bang’
10
N/nd/84Photocopies of 8 cuttings:
Photocopies of 8 cuttings:
101
N/nd/84/1death of George Cowell, coal merchant of Bridge (x
death of George Cowell, coal merchant of Bridge (x2)
00
N/nd/84/2death of Frederick J. Jarrett, young airman (x 3)
death of Frederick J. Jarrett, young airman (x 3)
00
N/nd/84/3death of Emma Cowell (wife of George), member of M
death of Emma Cowell (wife of George), member of Mothers’ Union
00
N/nd/84/4death of Ellen Croft (x2), resident of Bridge, wid
death of Ellen Croft (x2), resident of Bridge, widow of Mr Warley Croft
00
N/nd/84/5Sheet with three photocopy images: postcard of Bri
Sheet with three photocopy images: postcard of Bridge High Street with house marked
00
N/nd/84/6seven ladies in aprons and hats and one gentleman
seven ladies in aprons and hats and one gentleman outside house in High Street
00
N/nd/84/7Bridge Minstrel Troupe group photo on constructed
Bridge Minstrel Troupe group photo on constructed outdoor staging (related to obituary entries in some way?)
00
N/pre-1960/11924: ‘A worthy Patrixbourne couple’, Diamond Wedd
1924: ‘A worthy Patrixbourne couple’, Diamond Wedding of Mr & Mrs G. Uden [Williamson 462]
10
N/pre-1960/21 May 1931, ‘Lorry in Fatal Collision’, George App
1 May 1931, ‘Lorry in Fatal Collision’, George Apps of Bridge killed
10
N/pre-1960/3Obituary, Mrs L. E. Uden, Waterside Cottage Patrix
Obituary, Mrs L. E. Uden, Waterside Cottage Patrixbourne, teacher at Bridge, (Mrs E. Mummery, daughter), no source [Williamson 46]
10
N/pre-1960/4Home Chat, 19 Aug 1933, ‘Living in an Old Palace’,
Home Chat, 19 Aug 1933, ‘Living in an Old Palace’, article with photos of the Old Palace, Bekesbourne
20
N/pre-1960/5Kentish Express, 3 Apr 1936, ‘Fireman’s Funeral’ (
Kentish Express, 3 Apr 1936, ‘Fireman’s Funeral’ (Albert Jones)
10
N/pre-1960/6The Evening News, 3 Jun 1947, ‘Menace has left par
The Evening News, 3 Jun 1947, ‘Menace has left paradise cottage’, Nailbourne floods in Patrixbourne [Williamson 474]
21
N/pre-1960/7Daily Mail, 1948, Two men buy Kent picture village
Daily Mail, 1948, Two men buy Kent picture village (Patrixbourne) [Williamson 253]
10
N/pre-1960/8KG, 28 Nov 1958, ‘A Sentimental Journey: Down the
KG, 28 Nov 1958, ‘A Sentimental Journey: Down the Elham Valley Line’
51
N/pre-1960/9Kent Herald, 1938 ‘A Norman church in danger’
Kent Herald, 1938 ‘A Norman church in danger’ [Williamson 470]
10
N/pre-1960/101920, unveiling of Patrixbourne War Memorial [Will
1920, unveiling of Patrixbourne War Memorial [Williamson 461]
10
N/pre-1960/111933, ‘Sorry spectacle of Bridge Mill’ (x3 photoco
1933, ‘Sorry spectacle of Bridge Mill’ (x3 photocopies)
10

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