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Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 37 1925 page v + vi
|List of Officers, Societies in Union, x; Rules and Honorary Members, xiii; List of Members, xvi; Cash Accounts for 1923 and 1924 xxxiii; Abstract of Proceedings, 1923 and 1924 xlix|
The "Pilgrim's Way" Its Antiquity and its alleged
Mediaeval use special reference to that
part of it in the County of Kent. By F.C. Elliston Erwood
|2.||Notes on the Topography of Cranbrook Church. By Leland L. Duncan, M.V.O., O.B.E., .F.S.A.||21|
|3.||Ash near Sandwich Wills - Pam to Yong + Ald to Bes. By Arthur Hussey||33|
Some Early Professions of Canonical Obedience to the See of Canterbury
Heads of Religious Houses. By C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A.
|5.||Harty Church, Sheppey. By Aymer Vallance||73|
|6.||Roman Cemeteries at Ospringe. By W. Whiting||83|
|7.||The Maidstone Sector of Buckingham's Rebellion Act, Oct. 18, 1483. By Agnes Ethel Conway||97|
The Chronicle of William Glastynbury, Monk of the Priory of Christ Church,
With Introduction and Notes by C. Eveleiqh Woodruff, M. A.
A Contemporary List of the Benefactions of Thomas Ikham, Sacrist to
St Austin's Abbey, Canterbury, circa 1415.
Transcribed and Translated by Charles Cotton, O.B.E., .F.R.C.P.E., M.R.C.S. Enq.
Contents continued page vi
|10.||The Giron Seal found at Hackington. By A. Van De Put||161|
|11.||An Old Timber House at Sundridge. By Aymer Vallance||167|
|12.||Notes on the Churches of Romney Marsh. By F. C. Elliston Erwood||177|
|13.||Roman Villa, Folkestone. By S. .E. Winbolt||209|
|14.||Saxon Burial Cross found in St Austin's Abbey. By R. U. Potts, M.A., F.S.A||211|
|15.||General Notes and Correspondence||214|
Dr Francis Grayling
Leland Lewis Duncan, M.V.O., O.B.E., F.S.A.
Henry Mapleton Chapman
Rev Christopher Wilkie
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