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The Monumental Inscriptions (M.I.s) in the churchyard of
St Margaret of Antioch, Lower Halstow, Kent with Index of names
Transcribed by D. E. WILLIAMS 2020


Viewed from the South, this area of the churchyard contains the oldest monuments.


South wall of the nave of Anglo Saxon work with many red Romano - British tiles. The tiles
were commonly used to support raised floors in Roman buildings fitted with under floor heating.
There are numerous tiles in the church walls, their colour enlivening the building. This area of the 
Medway Estuary was the site of major Romano - British pottery manufacture. It was carried out in
 sites now submerged at high tides, which then, were dry land, the pottery is known as Upchurch ware.


View from the West, looking across the Creek.
The embankment hardly seems adequate for today's tides

I have divided the churchyard into four sections. The South East Section is south of the nave and east of the porch; the East Section is east of the chancel; the South West Section is west and south of the church and the North Section is the whole area north of the church. My thank to Ted Connell for hosting this record and compiling the index, to my wife, Beverley for her assistance in the churchyard, last but not least to the staff of the County Archives at Maidstone. It should be noted that the wills are my concise versions of the originals.
                                                                                                     D.E. Williams, Borstal 27th December 2020

CHURCHYARD MONUMENTS

1.   Headstone, South West

In
Loving Remembrance of
EDWARD JOHN
Son of
CHARLES & MARY ANN ADAMS
died 26th Decr. 1879
Aged 5 Years
(Illegible Verses)

2.   Headstone, South East

To
the Memory of
JOHN BEANLAND
of this Parish Yeoman who
departed this life the 21st of
March 1782 Aged 71 Years

Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Dated 20th April 1779
John Beanland, Yeoman
   He gives his two houses with yards and gardens in Lower Halstow, occupied by himself and John Parkinson, to his wife Ann, for her lifetime and after her death, then the house he lives in, to his grand daughter, Sarah May, for ever.
   The house John Parkinson lives in to his grand daughter, Hannah May for ever.
   The use of his goods, chattels, the interest, profits and dividends of his personal state and effects, to his wife for life and after her death, he gives to his son in law, George May, all his wagons, carts, ploughs, harrows, rollers, horse tackle, implements of farming and husbandry, corn, grain, hops and other effects on the farm, which he holds on lease from Edward Hasted Esquire and now occupied by George May.
   To his grandsons, James and Joseph Mantle, 200 each, within 12 months after the death of his wife, if they are 21, if they are not, they are to be paid when they respectively reach that age. He gives his grand daughter, Elizabeth Mantle, 100, within 12 months of his wife's death if she is 21, if not, then as above, or day of marriage if sooner.
   To his daughter, Ann Young, wife of James Mitchell of Milton next Sittingbourne, Yeoman, 30 within 12 months of the death of his wife.
   Rest and residue of his goods, chattels, rights, credits, ready money, securities for money and personal estate and effects, after payment of his debts, funeral and probate costs and legacies, to his grandchildren, then living, equally shared within 12 months after the death of his wife if they are 21, if not, as above.
   He appoints his good friend, Lake Marr of Newington, Surgeon, his executor.
   Witnesses: J. Hinde, William Lyng and John Hinde, Junior
   Proved 25th April 1782. Lake Marr died in testator's lifetime, administration granted to testator's widow Ann.

3.   Headstone, Close to above

To
the Memory of
ANN Wife of JOHN BEANLAND
of this Parish Yeoman who
departed this life the 7th? of May
1783 Aged 70 ? Years

Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Dated 24th April 1783
Ann Beanland, Widow of John
   To grandson, James Mantle, 100 if he is 21, if not then 6 months after her death.
   Rest and residue of personal estate and effects, after payment of her debts, funeral and probate costs, to her grandchildren, James Mantle, Joseph Mantle, Elizabeth Mantle, George May, Charles May, Moses May, Jesse? May, Joshua May, Sarah May and Hannah May, equally shared at their respective ages of 21.
   She appoints good friend, Argyle Richard Turner, Gentleman and Daniel Grace , Victualler, both of Lower Halstow, executors and guardians of her grandchildren if minors.
   She signs the will with her mark X
   Witnesses: Judith Parkinson and Br[yan] Faussett
   Proved 28th May 1783

4.   Headstone, South East, Close to Porch (Very eroded especially on right side)

Sacred
to the Memory of
HENRY CHRISTOPHER BROWN
Son of ROBERT CHRISTOPHER BROWN
who died [                                      ]
Aged 17? Years

5.   Headstone, Close to above

Sacred
to the Memory of
EDWIN STANDGATE
Son of ROBERT BROWN
Surgeon
and of CHARLOTTE his Wife
who departed this life
the 7th of September 1832
Aged 4 Years
Also of JULIA? ALICE Daughter
of the above
who departed this life
the 3rd?, of October 1832
Aged 9? Months

It should be noted that there was a substantial Quarantine station at nearby Standgate Creek and that that a Robert Brown, a Scottish Royal Navy Surgeon, left a Prerogative Court of Canterbury will, proved 1849. 1832 was the year of a Cholera epidemic in Britain.

6.   Stone Tablet on South Wall of Nave

Here Resteth the Bodys
of JONATHAN and MARY
BUCKLAND MARY died 23rd
of Oct 1763 Aged Ten
Years all but 23 Days
JONATHAN died August? 10th
1770 Aged 12 Years
[       ] Months & 27 Days
(4 lines if illegible verse)

A Samuel Buckland of Lower Halstow left a Prerogative Court of Canterbury will, proved 1775

7.   Large Ledger at Ground Level, South East

In Memory of
STEPHEN CAREY
Born at Bredgar 23rd January 1808
Died at Camperdown House Bermondsey
11th July 1881
Also of FANNY
the beloved Wife of the above
and eldest Daughter of
RICHARD and FANNY CHAPMAN
of this Parish
Born Lower Halstow 9th November 1810
Died at Camperdown House
[    ] of [               ] 1883
Also of EMMA CHAPMAN
who died 4th December 1890 (aged 90)
and ANN CHAPMAN
who died 18th February 1897 (aged 65)
Sister of the above FANNY CHAPMAN

H.M. Court of Probate Index
Stephen Carey of Camperdown House, Snow's fields, Bermondsey, Contractor. Administration granted to his widow, Fanny, personal estate valued at 1,7774s 7d
   Ann Chapman of Lower Halstow, Spinster, administration granted to William Chapman, Farmer. Value of effects, 24 19s 11d

CAREY see HAWKINS

8.   Headstone, South East

Here Lyeth
ye Body of WILL
CARRICK ye beloved Husband
of MARY CARRICK of ys
Parish He died on [    ]
[         ] 1729 Aged 25 Years
(Eroded Verses)

I am not sure who this William Carrick is but probably the grandson in the will, son of Bateman? At time of writing, I have not been able to see the film of the Burial Registers for Lower Halstow due to the Archives closure in the present pandemic. But I am including the will to represent this family.

Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Dated 23rd January 1726  (1727 in modern calendar)
William Carrick, of Lower Halstow, Inn Holder
   He is somewhat ill in body.
   To his son, Bateman, 3 shillings, he also forgives him any money he may owe on bond, bill or other account.
   To grandson, William Carrick, son of Bateman, 5, within 2 years of his death, in the meantime the money to be held by Bateman.
   To son William, 40, to be paid as follows, 20 within a year of testator's death and 20 within 2 years.
   To son, John, 50, as follows, 10 within 1 month of testator's death, 20 within 1 year and 20 within 2 years.
He forgives his sister, Sarah Tilden, 10 given him by the last will and testament of his brother (in law?), John Tilden, her late husband.
   Rest and residue of personal estate, goods and chattels, after his debts, legacies and funeral costs are paid, to his wife, Elizabeth and son Crosswell, in equal shares. In case his wife, happens to remarry or she and son Crosswell can not agree on sharing the estate, they shall choose a good honest man to appraise the goods and chattels, is son Crosswell shall? and hold? his farms? to his own use.
   He appoints his wife, Elizabeth and son Crosswell joint executors.
   Witnesses: Francis Cobb and Samuel Crosswell
   Proved 25th April 1727

CHAPMAN see CAREY

9.   Headstone, South West

Sacred
to the Memory of
THOMAS Eldest and Beloved Son of
WILLIAM & JANE FRANCES CRA[YDEN]
of this Parish
who departed this life
the 13th of September 1868
Aged 19? Years
(Rest Illegible)

1851, 1861 & 1871 Census, William Crayden, a Baker

10.   Headstone, South West Badly Flaked

To
the Memory of
JANE
[Wife] of SAMUEL CRAYDEN, Minster, Sheppey
who departed this life
the 14th of November 1872
Aged 84 Years
Also SAMUEL
Grandson of the above
who departed this life
the 21st Day of January 186[ ]
Aged [   ] [Yea]rs

11.   Headstone, South West

In Affectionate Remembrance of
GEORGE CROUCHER
[ Died 2nd Quarter ] 1888
[Aged 24 Years]
[Rest Illegible]

12.   Headstone, North West Corner, Under Large Willow

In
Loving Memory of
GEORGE NORMAN CROUCHER
who died December 8th 1906
Aged 25 Years
"In the midst of Life we are in Death"

13.   Headstone, next to above

In
Loving Memory of
WILLIAM JOHN CROUCHER
who died August 2nd 1908
Aged 28 Years
"He gives his beloved Sleep"

14a.   Headstone North

In
Affectionate Remembrance of
JESSIE LAURA
the beloved child of
JAMES CHARLES & ANNIE FRIDAY
who died on the 29th of July 187[2]
Aged [   ] Months
"Suffer the little children to come unto me for
of such is the [Kingdom of Heaven]"
Also CHARLES EDWARD FRIDAY
who died [         ] [   ] of April 1876
[Aged 1 Year]

1871 Census, James Friday, a Miller of Mill Yard

14b.   Headstone and Curbs, South East

Sacred?
To the Memory of
HANNAH HAWKINS
Born at Stray House, Lower Halstow
and died there on the 3rd Aug 1924
Aged 83
Also of
JOSEPH HAWKINS
Husband of the above
who died 18th Dec 1896
Buried at Pupewa Cemetery, Auckland N.Z.
Also of
FANNY CAREY
Daughter of STEPHEN and FANNY CAREY
and Sister of HANNAH HAWKINS
who died 30th Decr. 1924
Aged 75

H.M. Court of Probate Index
Fanny Carey of the Stray, Lower Halstow and 45 Thurleigh Road, Balham. Administration granted to Frances Hannah Carey, Spinster and Richard Edward Carey, Accountant. Value of effects, 2,400 16s 6d

HAWKINS see CAREY

HEPTON see TRESS

15.   Headstone, South East,

To
the Memory of
ESTHER Wife of EDWARD JEFFERIES
Shipwright of Chatham
who died March the 16th 1771 Aged 22? Years

16.   Headstone, South East

Here lieth the Body of
ELIZABETH Wife of THOMAS LEWIS
of this Parish
who departed this life the 27th of
August 1808
in the 55th Year of her Age
[ Eroded Verses]

17.   Headstone, South East

Sacred to the Memory of
ELIZABETH Wife of
WILLIAM LEWIS
(of this Parish)
who departed this life
the 17th of July 1822
Aged 33 Years
"Now my dear Wife's at ease and rest within her silent Grave
Her Soul I hope is with the Blessed let fruitless sorrow wave
And may my loss be her great gain let not rude hand anoy
Her dust now sleeps exempt from pain in hopes of future Joy"

Also the above named
WILLIAM LEWIS
who died the 9th of Aug 1862
Aged 76 Years

1851 Census, William Lewis, a Farmer. In the 1861 Census, a Fundholder

18.   Headstone, next to 16

Sacred
to the Memory of
THOMAS LEWIS
of this Parish
who departed this life
the 7th of November 1828
Aged 76 Years

Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Dated 10th May 1823
Thomas Lewis
All his 6 houses with the land belonging, occupied by James Steel, [         ] Brown, [           ] Roberts, Gabriel Marriot, John Baker and [            ] Burton, in Lower Halstow, to his 2 sons, Thomas and William. Likewise, money, credits, household furniture, plate and linen, to be equally shared. If either of his sons are not living at the time of his death, then the survivor to have the whole. He appoints his above sons, both of Lower Halstow, his executors. They to first pay his debts, funeral and probate charges.
   Witnesses: William Newman, Robert Emmerson and John Clark
   Proved 20th December 1828. Value of goods, chattels and credits less than 200.
   Son, Thomas is now of Whitstable and a Farmer, son, William is still of Lower Halstow and also a Farmer, (of Pean Farm?).

19.   Headstone, North

In
Loving Memory
of
WILLIAM LEWIS
who died June 1st 1880
Aged 67 Years
Also MARY ANN
Wife of the above
who died May 27th 1900
Aged 75 Years
"We all do Fade as a Leaf"
Isaiah LXIV VI

H.M. Court of Probate Index
William Lewis, Farmer. Administration granted to his widow, Mary Ann, son William, a Farmer and son, Thomas, a Grocer's Assistant of Stalisfield. Effects valued at less than 1,500

20.   Headstone, South East

Sacred
to the Memory
of
GEORGE BEAUMONT LEWIS
who died August 30th 1884
Aged 27 Years
"We Ne'er can tell who next may fall,
Beneath thy Chastening Rod,
One must be first so let us all,
Prepare to meet our God"
Also his Sister
ANN MARY LEWIS
who died in her Infancy
October 25th 1859

21.   Curved Cope Stone, North

In
Affectionate Remembrance
of
JANE
the beloved Wife of
JOHN LEWIS
who died March 15th 1891
Aged  [ ? ] Years
(Eroded Verses)

Also of JOHN LEWIS
of this Parish
who entered into rest
August 7th 1917
Aged 100 Years
"Thou shall come to thy grave
In a Full Age as a shock of Corn,
Cometh in it's Season"

H.M. Court of Probate Index
John Lewis. Administration granted to Phillip Henry Bishop, Auctioneer's Clark and Frank Frederick Boucher, Solicitor's Clerk. Value of effects, 5,961 12s 4d.

22.   Headstone, South East

To
the Memory of
JAMES MANTELL
of this Parish who departed
this life January the 11th? 1776
Aged [   ] Years

23.   Headstone , next to above

Here?
Lie? Deposited
the Remains of
Mrs ANN Wife of the late
Mr JAMES MANTELL
of this Parish Yeoman who
departed this life the [    ] of
February 1787 Aged 44 Years

24.   Small Headstone, East of Chancel

[                            ]
Mr JAMES MARDEN
Late of Milton
who departed this life Oct. 22nd
1828 Aged 61? 64?Years
[Eroded Verses]

Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Dated 14th October 1828
James Marden of Lower Halstow, Fisherman and Drudgerman.*
   To his wife, Sarah, all of his real and personal estate, for life and after her death, to her daughter, Sarah Peek executor of my said will (not clear?)
   Signs will with his mark X
   Witnesses: The marks of James Rainer X, John Baker X and John Nullina? X
   Proved 18th November.1828 Administration granted to his widow, Sarah. Value of goods, chattels and credits less than 100
* Oyster Fisher

25.   Small Headstone, South East

To the Memory of
LYDIA Wife of
G.J. MITCHELL
late of Twydall
who departed this life
[  ] of September 1826
Aged 63? Years

It should be noted that Gratnel James Mitchell of Tunstall, who died c1833 left an Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury will, (PRC/16/534 M/2 )

26.   Headstone, South East


Thomas MORELEY 1767

To the Memory of
LYDIA Wife of THOMAS MORLEY
of this Parish died 11th July 1767
in the 43rd Year of her Age
Also two of their Children
died in their Infancy
Left issue four Children
JOSEPH, THOMAS, LYDIA and
---------------Ground Level-----------------

27.   Headstone, next to above


Thomas MORELEY 1782

To the Memory of
THOMAS MORLEY late of this Parish
who departed this life the [   ] of June 1782
Aged [   ]2 Years
Also JOSEPH Son of the above
THOMAS and LYDIA MORLEY who
departed this life the 5th of October
177[7] Aged [    ] [Years]

Note in the Burial Register, Joseph Morley was drowned at the Naze (Essex Coast)

Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Dated 12th January 1781
Thomas Morley, Drudgerman.
   He is sick and weak.
   He desires his good friends Richard Sears of Newington, Butcher and Stephen Rooke of Newington, Shop Keeper, his executors and trustees to sell his personal estate and effects, collect debts due to him and his Club money.
   They to hold the money on behalf of his children, Thomas, Lydia and John, until the youngest is 21 and divide it equally between them.
   Witnesses: William Judson and Daniel Grace
   Proved 2nd July 1782

28.   Headstone, East of Chancel

Sacred
to the Memory of
WILLIAM RAINER
for over 40 years Clerk of this Parish
who departed this life
July 11th 1883 Aged 74 Years
Also MARY ANN Wife of the above
who departed this life
January 9th 1885 Age 74 Years
"A Tender Father and Mother Dear
Two Faithful Friends lie buried here
Free from envy free from Pride
So they Lived and so they Died"

1851 Census, William Rainer, Parish Clerk, is recorded as being Blind

29.   Headstone, South West


William SMITH 1751

In Memory of WILLIAM SMITH
who departed this life
18th of April 1751 Aged 50
Years HESTER SMITH Daughter
of WILLIAM and MARY SMITH
died July the [   ] 175[1] Aged
5? Years

30.   Headstone and two Body Stones, South West

Sacred
to the Memory of
ELIZABETH POTTER AUSTEN
Wife of
HENRY SOUTH
of Lower Halstow
who died the 23rd [     ] 1849
Aged 80? Years
Also the above
HENRY SOUTH
who departed this life [   ] [          ] 1853
Aged 84 Years

In the 1851 Census Henry South is listed as a Fundholder

Prerogative Court of Canterbury Will Dated 5th April 1849
Henry South, Yeoman
   Appoints James Taylor of Milton (near Sittingbourne), Saddler, nephews, Francis William South and Thomas South, executors and trustees. To them, 400 of his stock in the Bank of England, upon trust, to pay the dividends to nephew, Henry South, for life. After his death, they to pay the dividends to testator's brother William South and Jemima, his wife, for their lives and life of the survivor. After the death of the survivor, the 400 stock shared by their children when they are all 21, if any die under that age, leaving children, their share to that child or children. If there are no children surviving to 21, he gives 150, part of the stock, to nephew, Francis William South and 100 stock to nephew, Thomas South, 150 of the stock to niece, Harriett Waters, wife of John Waters.
   To nephew, Francis William South, 450 stock in the Bank of England.
   To niece Harriett Waters, 450 stock in the Bank of England.
   His two cottages at Newington, to Frances Knott, Widow, for life, she keeping them insured and in good repair. After her death, one of the cottages, nearest to Newington Street, to her son, George Knott and the other cottage, adjoining and also adjoining Beaumont's Cottage, to Henry Knott, also a son of Frances Knott.
   The house he now lives in at Lower Halstow, with buildings, yard and garden and three cottages in Holly Bush Field in Lower Halstow, to nephew, Thomas South, subject to the payment of an annuity of 5 to his brother William and his wife, Jemima, for their lives and life of the survivor.
   His three pieces of freehold land with barns and lodge in Lower Halstow, now occupied by Robert Hughes , to nephew, Thomas South, for life and after his death, to Henry South, son of Thomas, for ever.
   His household furniture, plate, linen and china in his house, to nephew, Thomas South.
   To James Taylor, 10 in compensation for his work as executor.
   Tax due on the annuity and legacies to be paid from his residuary personal estate.
   Residue of his money, stock funds and securities, subject to the payment of his debts, funeral and probate costs, to nephew, Francis William South and niece, Harriett Waters, equally share.
   Real estate vested in him as mortgagee or trustee to his trustees, subject to the trusts of the same.
   (Involved trust details and conditions follow)
   Witnesses: James Taylor, Jeremiah Chapman, Gentleman and George Pope, Senior.

Codicil, 2nd February 1850
He has given his house and three cottages in Holly Bush Field to nephew, Thomas South, for life and after his death, to his son, Henry. He now revokes this bequest and gives the property to nephew, Thomas South and his wife, Jane and then to Henry William South and Sarah Ann South, their children. If Jane survives her husband Thomas and the rents and profits from the property should, from any cause cease to be payable to her (e.g. if she remarries?), the bequest is void, as if she were dead.
   Rest of will ratified.
   Witnesses: Thomas Butler and James Gallehawk

Codicil 20th May 1850
He has given nephew, Francis William South, 450 stock; he has also given his two cottages at Newington to Frances Knott. He now revokes these bequests.
   He now gives Francis William South, 400 of the stock . He gives nephew, Thomas South 50 of the stock and all the dividends, interest and rents due to testator at his death.
   The cottage at Newington nearest to Newington Street, to George Knott and the other cottage to Henry Knott. (It seems that Frances Knott has died since the will was made?)
   Rest of will ratified.
   Witnesses: James Taylor and Matilda Jane Taylor

Codicil 11th September 1850
He has given niece, Harriett Waters, 450 stock but now revokes this bequest.
   Rest of will and codicils ratified.
   Witnesses: James Taylor and Thomas Rainer
   Proved 18th April 1853

Rear of the above
Also
WILLIAM SOUTH
who died November 1859 Aged 93
Also
JEMIMA his Wife died Oct 12th 1854
Aged 84

31.   Headstone, South West

In Loving Memory
of
FRANK
the dearly loved youngest Son of
H. W. and E. J. SOUTH
of this Parish
who passed away March 12th 1908
after many months of acute suffering
Aged 22 Years
"We have our Task to Finish
He has gone Home to Rest"

32.   Headstone, South West

In
Loving Memory of
ELIZABETH JANE
the dearly beloved Wife of
HENRY WILLIAM SOUTH
of this Parish
who departed this life
March 15th 1920 Aged 78 Years
"Now the Labourer's Task is O'er"
Also the above
HENRY WILLIAM SOUTH
died May 15th 1934
Aged 93 Yeas

1871 Census Henry South, a Beer Retailer

SOUTH see WILSON

33.   Headstone, South East

Sacred
to the Memory of
SARAH the beloved Wife of
WILLIAM SPICE
of this Parish
who departed this life 18th Decr. 1871
Aged 60 Years
"Prepare to meet thy God for ye know neither the
day nor hour when the Son of Man cometh"
Also the above
WILLIAM SPICE
who died 12th Decr. 1902
Aged 93 Years

1871 Census William Spice, a Licensed Victualler

34.   Double Headstone, North


William SWIFT 1747

Here Lieth Interr'd
the Body of
WILLIAM SWIFT 
who died the 29th? of
September 1747
Aged 47? Years
[Right Side Blank]
And also MARY Daughter of WILLIAM
and MARY SWIFT who died the 17th? of
June 1753 Aged 22? Years

35.   Headstone, South East

In Loving Memory of
HARRIET TRESS
Wife of WILLIAM TRESS
who died July 1st 1890
Aged 39 Years
Also MARY ANN HEPTON
Sister of the above
who died August 12th 1887
Aged 28 Years
"Therefore be ye ready for in such an
Hour as ye think not the Son of Man cometh"
Also of the above WILLIAM TRESS
who died October 23rd 1899
Aged 54 Years

36.   Headstone, South East

[                                    ]
JAMES Son of
GEORGE and HARRIETT THOMAS
of this Parish
who departed this life
on the 1st? Of June 1869
Aged 15 Years
Also 6 Sons and 5 Daughters
"Go Home Dear Friends and shed no Tear
I must Rest here till Christ appears
Short was my Time Long be my Rest
God took me Home when he thought Best"

37.   Headstone, South East

Sacred
to the Memory of
ELIZABETH HINDE
Wife of
JAMES TOWNSHEND WADE
who departed this life
on the 11th day of January 1837
Aged 43 Years
Also of the above named
JAMES TOWNSHEND WADE
who departed this life
on the 17th day of February 1879
Aged 68 Years

1871 Census James Wade, a Grocer of Halstow Street

H.M. Court of Probate Index
James Townshend Wade, Grocer, died at Linden Villa, Hammersmith.
Administration granted to Mark Osborn Iggulden of Milton, Harness Maker and Samuel Wood of Milton , Grocer. Value of personal estate under 200

38.   Headstone, South West

In Loving Memory of
LILY
the beloved Wife of
GEORGE J. WILSON
and younger Daughter of H.W. and E.J. SOUTH
of this Parish
who passed peacefully away
March 11th 1918 Aged 39 Years
"We cannot Lord thy purpose see
But all is well that's done by thee"

Index of names   Upper Case names mostly from gravestones, lower case names mostly from wills etc

ADAMS 1
AUSTEN 30

Baker 18, 24
BEANLAND 2, 3
Bishop 21
Boucher 21
BROWN 4, 5
BUCKLAND 6
Burton 18
Butler 30

CAREY 7, 14b
CARRICK 8
CHAPMAN 7, 30
Clark 18
Cobb 8
CRAYDEN 9
Crosswell 8
CROUCHER 11, 12, 13
Emmerson 18
Faussett 3

FRIDAY 14a

Gallehawk 30
Grace 3, 27

Hasted 2
HAWKINS 14b
HEPTON 35
HINDE 2, 37

Iggulden 37

JEFFERIES 15
Judson 27
Knott 30

LEWIS 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
Lyng 2

 

MANTELL 22, 23
Mantle 2, 3
MARDEN 24
Marr 2
Marriot 18
May 2, 3
MITCHELL 2, 25
MORLEY 26, 27

Newman 18
Nullina? 24

Parkinson 2, 3
Peek 24
Pope 30
POTTER 30

RAINER 24, 28, 30
Roberts 18
Rooke 27
Sears 27
SMITH 29
SOUTH 30, 31, 32, 38

SPICE 33
STANDGATE 5
Steel 18
SWIFT 34

Taylor 30
THOMAS 36
Tilden 8
TOWNSHEND 37
TRESS 35
Turner 3

WADE 37
Waters 30
WILSON 38
Wood 37

Young 2
Places
Balham
   45 Thurleigh Road 14b
Bermondsey
   Camperdown House,
      Snow's fields 7
Bredgar 7

Halstow Street
Hammersmith
   Linden Villa 37

Lower Halstow
   Holly Bush Field 30
   Mill Yard 14a
   Pean Farm 18
   Stray House 14b
   The Stray 14b
Milton next Sittingbourne
   2, 30, 37
Minster, Sheppey 10

Naze, Essex Coast 27
New Zealand Pupewa
   Cemetery, Auckland 14b
Newington 2, 27, 30
   Beaumont's Cottage 30
   Newington Street 30

Stalisfield 19

Tunstall 25
Twydall 25

Whitstable 18
Miscellaneous
Auctioneer's Clark 21

Baker 9, 10
Blind 28
Butcher 27

Cholera epidemic in 
   Britain 1832  5
Club money 27

drowned 27
Drudgerman, Oyster 
   Fisherman 24, 27

Farmer 17, 18, 19
Fisherman 24
Fundholder 17, 30

Grocer 37
Grocer's Assistant 19
Harness Maker 37

Licensed Victualler 33

Miller 14a

Parish Clerk 28

Quarantine station at nearby
   Standgate Creek 5

Saddler 30
Scottish Royal Naval Surgeon 5
Shipwright of Chatham 15
Shop Keeper 27
Solicitor's Clerk 21
Surgeon 2, 5

Victualler 3

Yeoman 2, 3, 30

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