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CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A

Articles

Articles of matters discovered during the visitation at Hollingbourne by Richard de Clyve, commissary of Canterbury sede vacante, and still undecided.
Includes details of defects in the fabric and furnishings at the chapels of Hucking and Bredhurst and moral offences of William, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne, 'Dominus' Laurence, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne and John, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne with named women. Thomas, chaplain of Hollingbourne, is accused of farming the altar dues and exercising jurisdiction at Hollingbourne church (holding chapters there, hearing and deciding suits and making corrections). Executors of named individuals are accused of failing to administer the deceased's goods properly. William Hayt and Simon, formerly chaplains of Hollingbourne, are said to have consumed and carried away the goods of named individuals. No date. [Date: dates of the vacancy during which other visitations were carried out by Richard de Clyve - see CCA-DCc-VR/6-10.]
 

[1292x1294]

CCA-DCc-ChAnt/M/390/2

Memorandum

On 13 May 1293 Richard de Clyve, monk of Canterbury Cathedral Priory, commissary of Canterbury and visitor in the city and diocese of Canterbury, appointed by the prior and chapter of Canterbury Cathedral Priory sede vacante, came to visit the church of Maidstone but found its doors closed against him and 'Dominus' Robert de Sancto Petro, chaplain ('capellanus'), standing in the churchyard ('cimiterium'). Richard sat on a tomb in the churchyard to the south of the church, with Mgr Richard de Morcestr', clerk, Mgr Walter, of the schools ('scola') of Maidstone, 'Dominus' Ralph de dereby, chaplain ('capellanus') of Maidstone church ('eadem ecclesia'), Thomas, chaplain ('capellanus') of Loose and Willliam, chaplain ('capellanus') of Bredhurst and others, and sought to enter the church. Robert, stated that he was the proctor of Nicholas de Knovilla, rector of the church, exhibited his proxy and gave Richard a copy. He protested that he would only admit Richard to visit once, summarily, for inquiring into the defects of the church as the archbishop did when the see was full. He also protested many other things, contained in the protestation he delivered to Richard. Thomas of Stone, Thomas le taylur, Robert bucher, Robert Marchaunt and Nicholas the sacrist ('sacrista') and other parishioners were present and prevented Richard from entering the church, even when his commission from the priory had been read in both Latin and English and touched and inspected by many. Adam, door-keeper ('hostiarius') of the schools of Maidstone, appeared, acting as proctor for John of Maidstone, Thomas Omeri, Thomas Wakerild, William Frowe, John herand and the remaining parishioners, and submitted a proxy in their name. When Richard sought a copy of this, Adam said that he had been appointed by word of mouth ('viva voce') but he read and published the proxy and gave Richard a copy. Adam, in the parishioners' name, and all the parishioners present then refused to let Richard enter the church. Richard then left.

Endorsed with subscriptions, apparently in their own handwriting, by Richard de Morcestr', clerk, Ralph de Derbi, chaplain ('capellanus') and Robert de Sancto Petro.
 

14 May 1293

CKS-U512/T/1

Thurnham, etc.

Manor of Thurnham; some of deeds also refer to manor of Northwood Chasteners in Milton and Binbury in Thurnham and one refers to a grant of pasture in Ware Mead after the hay had been carried away (no parish named, but rent to be paid at Thurnham manor); armorial seals of Sir John and Sir Roger Northwood and Sir Richard atte Lese; deed of 1364 also refers to 'all my gravelkind lands of Northwood in Sheppey; fine of 1319 relates to messuage, mill and lands in Bredhurst, Lidsing and Gillingham; estreat roll, heading and first entries indecipherable, 'de x for the same y.'; notification of descent of Thurnham from the death of Stephen de Thurnham (badly damaged by damp).
Descriptive list in H.M.C. Report on the Lindsey MSS.
 

1319-1405

CKS-U512/T/5

Thurnham etc.

Mainly manor of Thurnham; deeds of 1413 for manor of Binbury; deed of c.1300 for manor of Bredhurst with armorial seal ? of Bicknor family; list of tenants for manor of Thurnham, 1421; contract for carpenter's work to be done to farm buildings within Thurnham manor, 1411; receipt by bailiff of Eyhorne Hundred in respect of fine levied of manor of Thurnham 

c.1300-1423

CKS-U442 T/uk6

Bredhurst and Gillingham

 

 

CCA-DCb-J/Z/3.32/f/209A

Visitation register parish entry

Bredhurst chapel annexed to Hollingbourne, not given

1557

CKS-DRb/RT

Register Transcripts

The transcripts consist of two series: pre-1812 (RT1) and 1813 onwards (RT2). Most of the pre-1812 transcripts date from 1716 or later; the exceptions are those for Bredhurst Chapel (1564) and Rainham (1560).
The transcripts are contemporary copies of parish registers in the diocese. Post 1813 transcripts were written on printed forms. The transcripts are not always exact copies of the register entries and may include entries which do not appear in the parish register. Where both sources exist they should be consulted together.
Within one month of Easter the churchwardens of each parish were compelled, under an Order in the Constitution of Canterbury of 1597, to send a copy of all baptism, marriage and burial register entries made in the previous year to the bishop. In 1603 it was laid down that the transcripts were to run from Lady Day (25 March). By 1800 in the Diocese of Rochester, the practice of sending in transcripts was not always observed and there are comparatively few registers for this period.
 

1560-1812

CKS-P259/1/1

Composite register

Register of marriages (1561-1754), baptisms (1561-1751) and burials (1561-1754) with, at back of volume, a list of burials in woollen (1678-1686) At front of volume a list of presentments of the churchwardens; following the list of presentments, a list of curates (1622-1758) and Rectors (1561-1944). Epigram in Latin with transcript about the Reverend Richard Tray's barn which was burnt down in 1659 by the rebel Michael Livesey; note after epigram concerning the demolition of the barn in September 1902 and the erection of a pillar with a stone on 10 October 1902. After marriages for 1754 notes about the ornamentations of the church in 1754; the presentation of the living in 1732 to the Reverend Thomas Leigh, and his purchase of the Perpetual Advowson of the living in 1752. Burial entry of Richard Tray, Rector of Murston, buried in Bredhurst Chancel on 26 October 1664. At end of volume reversed, list of collected briefs (1657-1661 and 1672-1694) including'Collected in Murston 3 May 1686 for the distressed French Protestants £2.11s.0d.' and 'Collected in April 1671 one pound fourteen shillings and eight pence toward the redemption of English captives in Turkey.' Also at back reversed, banns of marriage published in 1654 

1561 - 1944

CCA-DCb-B/T/1/32A/

Bishops Transcripts, BREDHURST, St Peter

Missing: 1565/6-1569/70, 1572/3-1575/6, 1579/80-1582/3, 1584/5-1586/7, 1588/9-1592/3, 1596/7-1602/3, 1604/5-1610/11, 1613/4, 1621/2, 1627/8, 1634/5, 1640/1-1660/1, 1669/70, 1670/1, 1716/7, 1725/6, 1742/3, 1754/5, 1764/5, 1768/9, 1774/5, 1779/80
Half year only: 1723/4 (duplicate), 1724/5 (duplicate), 1728/9-1730/1
Duplicate: 1664/5, 1667/8
Additional Mich to Mich returns: 1718/9, 1740/1, 1742/3, 1775/6, 1782/3
1745/6 return endorsed with churchwardens' presentments for the archiepiscopal visitation
 

1564-1812

CKS-U470/T3

Messuage and Land at Bredhurst and Rainham

 

1583

CKS-U442 T120

Miscellaneous probates, administrations, etc

A - G 13 1583-1913
H - K including Will of Thos. Kemsley of Bredhurst, 1584 12 1584-1884
L - O 15 1678-1887
P - S 14 1518-1887
T - Z 12 1724-1905
 

1583-1913

CCA-DCb-J/J/3/152

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Alice DRAYSON Bredhurst (scored through), Wm STANNARD Woodnesborough (scored through), John ELWOOD Maidstone, Anth MYTCHELL Maidstone, Eliz BURGES Guston, Wm PORTER Lenham, John PORTER Lenham 

c. 1597

CCA-DCb-J/J/7/36

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Geo CASE vic Boxley; Def.: Thos HUDSFORD Bredhurst; Document: Arts; Case: T

c. 1601

CCA-DCb-J/J/1/55A/

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Jervase WHITBREADE Maidstone, John RICHARDSON Hoath for non-payment, Eliz NEWSTREATE Hythe, Thos KEMPSLIE sen Bredhurst 

24 Feb 1595

CCA-DCb-J/J/1/125

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Phil HUGGIN & wife Waltham, John WEAVER Monkton, (blank) LAMBE Bredhurst, John FOX Waltham, Chws not exhibiting bills, Ralph LONGLY chw St Alph (scored through), (marginal note `billa exhibita') Edw MAXTED New Romney, Jas MERSHE Fairfield, Edw MITCHELL Egerton, Wm LEONARD St Mary Dover, Wm GRAWNTE St Jas Dover, (marginal note `billa exhibita') Wm IDLEY Eastry, (marginal note `billa exhibita') Edm BOWNE Reculver, (marginal note `billa exhibita') John COCKE Hern, (marginal note `billa exhibita') Wm JERVAS Loose, Chws for non-appearance, John TOOKEY New Romhey (cross against name), Edw MITCHELL Egerton, Wm GIBBS Ickham (cross against name), Wm GOLDFINCHE Adisham (cross against name), Rob BATTERY Adisham (scored through), Wm HENEKER St Nich-at-Wade (cross against name), (blank) BESTE psher Monkton (cross against name), Jonas JUDGE St Alph Cant (cross against name) 

29 Apr 1595

CCA-DCb-J/J/1/18

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Symon MARDEN Hythe, Ruben SPRACKLING Hythe, Julian FLUD Bredhurst, Steph MOTE Ash 

30 Sep 1595

CCA-DCb-J/J/1/34

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule of excom (office); Def.: John WARHAM (scored through), John DAUGHSON Woodchurch, Ann BURTON Godmersham, Sara BUTTERY Ash, Thos CHARMAN St Mary Dover, Alice BAXTER St Mary Dover (blank) LAMBE Bredhurst, Rob STONE Hythe, Rob HARVY Hythe, Wife of Wm ETHERSOLE Wittersham, Mary WAGHORN Wittersham, Thos TOOKE Hythe 

27 Oct 1595

CKS-QM/SRc 1596/10

John Simons of Bredhurst, yeoman, in £10, to appear, answer and to keep the peace towards Thomas...

6 March 1595/96

6 March 1596

CKS-QM/SI 1597/15/11

Indictment

Robert Gardener of Bredhurst, labourer, for stealing a lamb worth 10d. from Wm. Longman at Rainham. [Acknowledges the indictment] 

30 Apr 1597

CCA-DCb-J/J/5/52

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Sus wife of Clem TUMBER Bredhurst, Sus MERRYAM Woodchurch, Nich BINGE St Nich-at-Wade 

15 Jan 1599

CCA-DCb-J/J/5/16

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Geo ELYE Maidstone, Thos ADAMS Maidstone; Clem TUMBER Bredhurst, Eliz HICKS Hythe, Ann ROBINS sen & jun Boughton Blean 

12 Feb 1599

CKS-Q/SR 3/m.9

Session at Maidstone, 28th September, 1602

7 Thomas Reve of Maidstone, yeoman, on 10th June, 1602, at Maidstone assaulted Henry Bayes of Maidstone, innholder, stabbing him with a dagger.
Writ of capias to have him [as above].
8 George Wade of Hollingbourne, labourer, 10th August, 1602, at Leeds shot "a muskett" "Chardged with powder and hayle shott" at "pydgens".
Writ of capias.
9 Thomas Meezen, silkweaver, William Oliver, collar maker and John Crosse, weaver, all of Maidstone, with other unknown disturbers of the peace to the number of three, armed with swords, staffs, daggers and knives, on 6th August, 1602, at Aylesford, riotously and illegally assembled and assaulted Edward Symonson, borsholder of Aylesford, in the execution of his office and wounded him.
Thomas Meezen comes to this court, acknowledges the indictment, puts himself at the mercy of the court and his fine assessed at 2s. 6d., paid to the sheriff for the use of the Crown. William Olyver and John Cross did not come. Therefore as above.
[In margin] 2s. 6d. paid into the sheriff's hands.
10 Henry Bowers of Charlton, gent. , 27th June, 1602, at Charlton assaulted William Stanley, gent. , with a staff and a dagger, striking him on the head so that blood flowed.
[Venire facias], sheriff returns nichil habet, therefore writ of capias to have him at the next, on which day the sheriff returns non est inventus, therefore writ of sicut prius capias to have him at the next, on which day, Tuesday after the feast of St. James [19th July, 1603] at Canterbury the sheriff returns cepit corpus of Henry and he comes into court.
[In margin] Appeared 19th July, 1603, and his fine assessed at 13s. 4d.
11 Richard Lake of Headcorn, mercer, on the last day of July, 1602, assaulted William Swaffer in Headcorn churchyard, with a ball [globulo] striking him on the chest.
Writ of capias to have him [as above].
12 Following warrants made by Sir Thomas Fludd, a justice of the peace, on 4th November, 1601, at Milgate and John Roane, gent. , one of the purveyors of charcoal for the Queen's household, on 19th November, 1601, at Maidstone, to the constables of the town and hundred of Maidstone and the hundred of Eythorne, ordering the provision from each hundred of thirty carts to carry thirty loads of charcoal from a wood called Moreton Downe in Boxley to the Whitehall Palace at Westminster, co. Middlesex, on 27th November, 1601, Stephen Norton, gent. and Richard Ellyott, constables of the hundred of Eythorne, and Geoffrey Netter, constable of the hundred of Maidstone, conferred together at Maidstone, on 10th May, 1602, the constables of Eythorne took from John Brasier, Thomas Partridge, William Dodson, Richard Brenchley, Thomas Allen, Robert Hynckley, Henry [?] Henniecum, Henry Willmott, William Allen, Henry Henneker, John Hickes and Thomas Fysher, twelve inhabitants of the hundred of Eythorne, at Lenham, twelve carts to carry the aforesaid charcoal and similarly Abraham Hope, constable of the town of Maidstone, on 12th May, 1602, at Maidstone took six carts from John Saunders, Elizabeth Short, widow, Stephen Mosse, Simon Smyth, William Turner and Robert Seade, and Geoffrey Netter, constable of the hundred of Maidstone, on 12th May, 1602, at Maidstone, took twelve carts from John Feild, George Allen, Hamon Beechinge, John Coultier, Robert Sawyer, William Beache, Christopher Gouldsmythe, Thomas Dunn, Richard Kennard, Isaac Beckett, John Gouldinge and John Maye; however a certain Robert Bousman of "Brodherst" [Bredhurst], collier, pretending to be the deputy of John Roane, the aforesaid purveyor, on 20th July, 1602, at Brodherst, took from John Brasier, Thomas Partridge, William Dodson and Richard Brenchley, inhabitants of the hundred of Eyhorne and John Feild, George Allen, Hamon Beechinge, William Beache, Christopher Gouldsmyth and Thomas Dann, inhabitants of the hundred of Maidstone, "Rewardes", that is 40s. from each, totalling £7, to release the inhabitants of the hundred of Eyhorne from carrying four carts of charcoal, and the inhabitants of Maidstone from carrying six carts of charcoal and the same Abraham Hope took other gifts of 84s. to release John Saunders, Elizabeth Shorte, widow, Stephen Mosse, Simon Smyth, William Turner and Robert Seade, six inhabitants of Maidstone of carrying six cartloads of charcoal and from John Coulter, one inhabitant of the hundred of Maidstone 21s. to release John Coulter and William Sayer of two cartloads.
 

1602

CKS-Q/SR 3/m.11d

Session at Maidstone, 28th September, 1602

[3] As Thomas Stephens, aged five, being kept at Biddenden at the charge of the parish, has a mother and grandfather living at Benenden, the mother being able bodied and able to work and the grandfather being of some ability in goods to keep the child or to contribute there unto, ordered that Thomas Baker, Edward Hales and Zachary Scott and Edward Henden esqs. to consider the case and order whether the child is to be kept by the said parishioners or by the parents or jointly and what they decide shall stand as the order of this court.
[4] As at last Easter Sessions at Maidstone it was ordered that Thomas Stanford, an old man, living at Tonbridge should be sent to "Trosclyff" [Trottiscliffe] where it was claimed he last lived to be provided for there, now the parishioners of "Trosclyff" complain that he was never an inhabitant there but a vagrant who was whipped and sent to Tonbridge where he was born, therefore the matter to be referred to John Richers, George Chowne and George Bynge, esqs., justices of the peace, or any two of them to alter or confirm the former order, their decision to be binding.
[5] The court has allowed for the relief of the soldiers landed at Gravesend a yearly pension of £4 to be paid to the constable of the town of Gravesend and the arrears owing from Michaelmas 1601 to Michaelmas 1602 are to be paid to Edward Graye now constable by Leonard Lovelace, esq., late treasurer.
[6] Thomas Meeson and John Crosse, both of Maidstone, to be attached to keep the peace at the suit of Edward Symonson.
[7] James Gemmyt of Staplehurst, clothier, to be attached because he departed without leave when appearing on his recognizance.
[8] Thomas Pearce of Stockbury, charged with feloniously taking sheep and blaming others, to be attached to search his house. On the information of Sir Thomas Fludd.
[9] As at Quarter Sessions held at Canterbury last July, it was ordered that if two justices of the peace living near Brenchley found that Elizabeth, the daughter of Mandlyn Taylor, was over seven years old, she should be sent from Brenchley where she then was to Frant in Sussex and as since the sessions, Roger Twysden, George Ryvers and William Beswicke, esqs., justices of the peace, have found that Elizabeth is much above seven years old, yet there is doubt as to what the law is, ordered that the matter be referred to the justices of assize to decide and meanwhile the child to be kept at Brenchley and if it is decided that she shall be sent to Frant then the parishioners of Frant to reimburse the parishioners of Brenchley for keeping the child from the time of the last session at Canterbury.
Recognizances Discharged.
William Dabbes of East Lenham, husbandman, to do and receive [the orders of the court] in £20. Surety, Thomas Rasell of the same, husbandman, in £10.
Thomas White of Sevenoaks, blacksmith, [as above], in £20. Sureties, Thomas White of Sundridge, blacksmith, and Henry Draper.
Walter Burvell of Lenham, tinker, for good behaviour, in £20. Sureties, John Davyes of Lenham, mason, and Nicholas Reynolds of the same, labourer, both in £10.
John Davys of Lenham, mason, to answer, in £20. Sureties, Walter Burvell of the same, tinker, and Nicholas Reynolds of the same, labourer, both in £10.
Nicholas Reynolds of Lenham, labourer, to answer, in £20. Sureties, Walter Burvell of the same and John Davys of the same, mason, both in £10.
Thomas Pratt and Cicily, his wife, of Harrietsham, for good behaviour, in £20. Sureties, Ralf Fowe of Broomfield, yeoman, and John Lewes of Sutton Valence, yeoman, both in £10.
Jeremiah Boycott of Tonbridge, butcher, to keep the peace towards Edward Couchman, clerk, in £20. Sureties, Walter Johnson and Richard Johnson of Tonbridge, yeoman, both in £10.
Jonas Eldridge of Bidborough, yeoman, for good behaviour in £20. Sureties, Ambrose Tyler and William Abraham of the same, yeomen, both in £10.
Philip Butler of Halstow, miller, to answer, in £20. Surety, William M. of Rainham, yeoman, in £10.
John Hombden of Tonbridge, yeoman, in £40, for good behaviour.
Elizabeth Suertyes of Chatham, spinster, to keep the peace towards Joan Hening. Sureties, John Segger of the same, shipwright and Lawrence Androwes of St. Margaret's. By writ of certiorari.
John Miller of Hoo, yeoman, to keep the peace towards Lawrence Hayes of Hoo, in £20.
Stephen Clarke of Swanscombe, husbandman, to answer, in £20. Sureties, John Wacklinge of Northfleet, husbandman and Reginold Beere of Swanscombe, yeoman, both in £10.
Thomas Wakerell of Northfleet, labourer, to keep the peace towards Susan Buckle, in £20. Sureties, William Swayne, gent., and Abraham Acrod, yeoman, both of the same, both in £10.
Edward Symonson of Aylesford, husbandman, to give evidence against Thomas Meason, in £10.
Giles Allyson of Addington, husbandman, for good behaviour, in £10. Surety, Robert Lynche of the same, labourer.
Thomas Lake of Stansted, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Ellen Gray, wife of Thomas, in £10. Sureties, William Kipper of Hartley and William Lake of Stansted, carpenter, both in £5.
Alexander Rogers of Goudhurst in £20. Surety, Stephen Rogers of the same, in £10, [to keep the peace] towards Edward Caddyn.
James Gymmett of Staplehurst to keep the peace towards Elizabeth Jeffery in £20. Surety, James Baldwyn of the same, tailor, in £10.
James Baldwyn of Staplehurst, tailor, to keep the peace towards Elizabeth Jefferey, in £20. Surety, James Baldwyn of the same, tailor, in £10.
Thomas Cawsten of West Wickham to keep the peace against John Justus, in £20. Sureties, Butler and Giles Mounford of the same, in £10.
Taddeus [?] Kinge of East Greenwich to keep the peace towards Thomas Storey, in £10.
Griffith Roger of Linton, in £10. Sureties, John Nicholls of the same and Richard Wood of East Farleigh, in £5.
Robert Bowman of Bredhurst. Sureties, Edward Burbage of Detling and George Jenkyn of Bredhurst.
William Hayman of Chart-next-Sutton, clerk, in £10 [to answer].
William Peake of Marden, yeoman, to keep the peace towards Robert Bassocke and Abraham White, in £20. Sureties, Robert Perry, gent., and Thomas Johnas, yeoman, both of Chart-next-Sutton, in £10.
Robert Bassocke of Marden, butcher, to keep the peace towards William Peake, in £20. Sureties, Henry Morefeild, butcher, and Abraham White, labourer, both of the same, in £10.
Abraham Whyte of Marden, butcher, to keep the peace towards William Peake, in £20. Sureties as above.
John Soman of Addington to keep the peace towards Giles Dallyson in £10. Sureties, Nicholas Baker of Wrotham and John Walter, miller, of the same, in £5.
Henry Sellyard, clerk, John Terry, George Hawkes, William Weston, Thomas Woodey, Richard Shewbridge and George Cooper of Ightham for good behaviour, in £10.
Katherine, wife of Henry Thomas of Rucking, to answer in £10. Sureties, Henry Thomas and Nicholas Peerce of Shadoxhurst, yeomen, in £10.
Henry Thomas of Rucking, husbandman, in £20. Sureties, John Spice of the same and George Cook of Bilsington, in £10.
John Huggyns of Chart, husbandman, to keep the peace against Thomas Potter in £10. Sureties, Richard Wood of the same and John Bysshop of Sutton, clothier, in £5.
Thomas Meason of Maidstone for good behaviour, in £20. Sureties, Henry Puckle and John Halsnoth of the same, both in £10.
William Smyth of Maidstone to keep the peace in £20. Sureties, Robert Stace and Richard Gosling of the same, both in £10.
John Shorey alias Heath of Maidstone to keep the peace towards John Taylor, in £10. Sureties, John Bennett and Abraham Hope, in £5.
Nicholas Waller of Maidstone for good behaviour, in £10. Sureties, Thomas and John Waller of the same, in £5.
Giles Bassock of Maidstone, to keep the peace towards William Barnes, in £10. Sureties, Robert Stace and Richard Wyllard of the same, in £5.
Walter Carter of Hollingbourne for good behaviour, in £10. Sureties, William Carter of the same, weaver, and John Carter of Bearsted, weaver, both in £5.
William Ollyver of Maidstone, collarmaker, to keep the peace towards Margaret Cockerill, in £10. Sureties, Henry Collet of Hythe, cutler, and Francis Jackson of Maidstone, tailor, both in £5.
Christopher Cressey and Roger Cressey of Cranbrook to keep the peace towards Thomas Smyth in £20 each. Surety, Alexander Courthope in £20.
Thomas Smyth of Cranbrook to keep the peace towards Christopher Cressey, in £20. Surety, William White of the same, yeoman, in £10.
Richard Harnden of Marden to keep the peace towards William Cordingly, in £10. Sureties, Joseph Mayhow and Christopher Harnden of the same, both in £5.
Christopher Harnden of Marden to keep the peace towards William Cordingly. Sureties, Richard Harnden and Joseph Mayewede of the same.
Alexander Rogers of Goudhurst to keep the peace peace towards Edward Caddye, in £20. Surety, Stephen Rogers in £10.
James Gymmett of Staplehurst to keep the peace towards Elizabeth Jefferey, in £10. Surety, James Baldwyn of the same, in £10.
James Baldwyn of Staplehurst to keep the peace towards the same in £10. Surety, James Gymmett in £10.
William Mountford of Bredhurst, in £10. Surety, Harsellus Nicholls of Gillingham and William Gyllat, in £5.
David Williams of Detling, in £10. Surety, Giles Burbage and Henry Roberts of the same in £5.
Recognizances defaulted.
William Leake of Stepney, co. Essex, butcher, for good behaviour, in £10. Sureties, Nicholas Glover and Thomas Tredway of Maidstone, both in £5.
Thomas Pearce of Stockbury for good behaviour, in £10.
Robert Harding of Radcliffe, co. Middlesex, yeoman, for good behaviour in £20. Sureties, Edward Goade of Southwark, co. Surrey, both in £10.
Siliadiciua Price of Biddenden, spinster, in £20. Sureties, John Pye of the same, yeoman, and John Curlinge of Headcorn, yeoman, both in £10.
Christopher Steventon of Stone, labourer, in £40.
 

1602

CKS-QM/SI 1602/50

Indictment

William Mountfield of Bredhurst, collier, for receiving 'rewards' from Thos. Allen, Robt. Hinckley, Henry Henman, Henry Wylmott, William Allen, Henry Henneker and John Henneker, Rich. Kennard, Isaae Beekett, John Maye and John Goulding, all dwelling within the hundred of Maidstone to relieve them of the burden of providing charcoal for the royal household under colour of being deputy to John Roar, purveyor 

20 Jul 1602

CKS-QM/SI 1602/51

Indictment

Robert Bowman of Bredhurst, collier, for the same from John Brasier, Thos. Partridge, William Dodson, Rich. Brenchley of Eyhorne hundred and John Field, Geo. Allen, Hamond Beechinge, Wm. Beache, Chris. Gouldsmith and Thos. Dann of Maidstone hundred 

20 Jul 1602

CKS-QM/SRc 1602/146

Robert Bowman of Bredhurst, collier, in £20, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour...

Robert Bowman of Bredhurst, collier, in £20, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour; sureties, Edmund Burbage of Detling, labourer and George Jenkinge of Bredhurst, labourer. 

7 Aug 1602

CKS-QM/SRc 1602/174

William Mountfield of Bredhurst, collier, in £10, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour...

William Mountfield of Bredhurst, collier, in £10, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour; sureties, 'Harsellus' Nicholls of Gillingham and William Gillett of Lidsing [in Gillingham], yeomen. 

19 Sep 1602

CKS-U442 Q15

Inventory

Of William Kemsley of Bredhurst, yeoman

1603

CKS-Q/SR 5/m.7

Session at Canterbury, 23rd July, 1605

Victuallers Authorized.
1 Abraham Furse of Ashford,
2 Elizabeth Meere of Chilham,
3 George Baley of Chilham,
4 Hugh Southeres of Chilham,
5 Ralphe Yeomanson of Challocke,
by recognizances certified by Thomas Kempe and Sir Norton Knatchbull.
Victuallers Disallowed and put down.
1 Thomas Beane of Westgate committed and disallowed by the court.
2 Robert Barker of Westgate committed and disallowed by the court.
3 Thomas Drayson of Stalisfield committed and disallowed by the court.
4 Robert Davys of Barham by recognizance certified by Sir Thomas Wilsford.
5 John Hyder disallowed by the court.
6 Widow Quoyse disallowed by the court.
7 Ellen Hovenden of Westbere disallowed by the court.
8 Bartholomew Elvyn disallowed by the court and committed.
9 Nephia Greene, widow, of St. Lawrence in the Isle of Thanet by John Blechenden, esquire.
licensed to shoote at hawksmeat.
1 Gervais Maplisden of Maidstone, gentleman.
2 George Curtys of Tenterden, gentleman.
3 Robert Curtys of Tenterden, gentleman.
4 John Heath alias Shorey of Maidstone, yeoman.
Badgers Authorized.
1 John Gryvell of Maidstone, yeoman.
2 Thomas Playne of Milton-next-Sittingbourne, yeoman.
Drovers Authorized.
1 John Thomas of Bredhurst, yeoman.
2 Thomas Turner of Maidstone, yeoman.
Treasurers Chosen.
1 Adam Knocke of Westgate, chosen and nominated collector in place of Thomas Godfrey for the Hospitals to render account next Easter.
2 Thomas Hawkes of St. Pauls, chosen and nominated Treasurer for the Maimed Soldiers in place of John Fidge.
Recognizances Discharged.
1 Denise, wife of Ludovic Iley, labourer, in £10, for good behaviour. Surety, Daniel Rasell of Ruckinge, yeoman, in £10.
2 Richard Robins of Eastry, yeoman, in £20, to keep the peace towards Thomas Grove. Surety, William Frend of the same, yeoman, in £10.
3 Richard Hills of Stalisfield, yeoman, in £10, to keep the peace towards Anne Wrayte, spinster. Sureties, Thomas Stooke of Orlestone, yeoman, and Daniel Rassell of Ruckinge, in £5 each.
4 Daniel Razell [sic] of Ruckinge, yeoman, in £10, to keep the peace towards Anne Wayte [sic]. Sureties, Thomas Stooke of Orlestone, yeoman, and Richard Hills of Stalisfield, yeoman, in £5 each.
5 Michael Impett of Wickhambreux, labourer, in £20, for good behaviour. Surety, Thomas Impet of Wingham, labourer, in £10.
6 William Cottenden of Ruckinge, labourer, in £20, for good behaviour. Surety, Thomas Stocke of Warehorne, yeoman.
7 George Wheeler of Holy Cross, tanner, in £20, to keep the peace towards William Blacksland. Sureties, Israel Jerman of the same, tanner, and Richard Fudge of the same, tanner, in £10 each.
8 Nicholas Trevell of Ickham, tailor, in £10, to answer and for good behaviour. Surety, Thomas Goderidge of the same, tailor, in £5.
9 George Overy of Littlebourne, labourer, in £10, for good behaviour and to reply. Surety, Richard Symer of the same, yeoman, in £5.
10 Thomas Morris of Wingham, shoemaker, in £10, for good behaviour as above. Sureties, Thomas Bede of the same, smith, and Richard Dene of the same, shoemaker, in £5 each.
11 Edward Yonge of Willesborough, yeoman, in £10, to answer. Sureties, John Orland of Wye, yeoman, and Richard Spratt of Willesborough, weaver, in £5 each.
12 Robert Were of Linsted, shoemaker, in £10, to keep the peace towards Peter Barber of the same, yeoman. Sureties, Stephen Walton and Ralph Long of the same, yeoman, in £5 each.
13 Thomas Smith of Wickhambreux, yeoman, in £40, to do and receive. Sureties, John Smith of the same, clerk, in £20.
14 John Terrey of Westgate, labourer, in £5, to do and receive.
15 Mark Elgar of Sutton, labourer, in £10 to keep the peace towards George Verryer.
16 Margaret Elgar of the same, spinster, in £5 to keep the peace towards George Verryer.
17 Marjerie Elgar of the same, spinster, in £5 to keep the peace towards George Verryer.
Sureties. John Fooche of the same, gentleman, and John Gates of Ripple, yeoman, in £5 each.
18 William Haryson of Tonge, yeoman, in £10, to keep the peace towards George Leake of the same, labourer. Sureties, Richard Backe of Milton, shoemaker, and Thomas Stoute of Bapchild, yeoman, in £5 each.
19 Thomas Hunt of the city of Canterbury, barber, in £20, for good behaviour. Sureties, Edward Roberts of the same, innkeeper, and Robert Turner of the same, tailor, in £10 each.
20 Thomas Norman of Little Chart, yeoman, in £10, to keep the peace towards Elizabeth Whitlocke. Sureties, James Hannon of Pluckley, yeoman, and Jonas Hart of the same, yeoman, in £5 each.
21 William Kennardie of Chilham, yeoman, in £10, to answer. Sureties, Thomas Luckett and William Cage of the same, yeomen, in £5 each.
22 Alexander Harris of Molash, yeoman, in £20, for good behaviour. Sureties, James Vidgean and William Vidgean of the same, yeomen, in £10 each.
23 John Coxe of Ashford, shoemaker, in £20, for good behaviour. Sureties, William Goodale of the same, shoemaker, and Thomas Horsey of the same, cutler, in £10 each.
24 Thomas Norris of Ewell, yeoman, in £10, to keep the peace towards John Hodgeson. Surety, Henry Stooke of the same, in £5.
25 Alexander Panney of Swingfield, yeoman, in £20, to keep the peace towards George Stooke. Surety, William Allen of the same, in £10.
26 Robert Rend of Hernehill, husbandman, in £10, for good behaviour. Surety, Thomas Vey of [?] field, gentleman, in £10.
27 Richard Boyman of Hothfield, in £40, to answer. Sureties, Abraham Boyman of the same and Laurence Boyman of Warehorne, yeomen, in £20 each.
 

1605

CCA-DCb-J/J/11/94

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: (blank) SCARBOROWE rel of Rich BARNARD & pretended wife of Wm SCARBOROWE St Dun Cant, Wm SCARBOROWE St Dun Cant, Sus TUMBER Bredhurst, John ROOKE St Dun Cant 

28 May 1605

CCA-DCb-J/J/11/67

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: John JENKYNGS Cant scored through), Thos RYCHARDS & wife Ann Ewell scored through), Ann HURTON Hernhill, Jas HODGEKYNS clk Fairfield, Wm GOORE & Ann HARRYS als GOORE, John HUDSFORTHE als NYCHOLAS Bredhurst, Wm COBBE & Rob TYRREY Reculver, Wm BROWNE Throwley, Mercy WAGHORNE Westwell, Silla DE CUPRYSE Smarden, Nich BATE Cranbrook, Wm HOPE Ulcombe, Steph WADE Hollingbourne, Thos QUESTED, Abigail GIBBES Elmstone, Wm SLUCE & wife St Dun Cant 

25 Jun 1605

CKS-QM/SI 1606/2/14

Indictment

Richard Tirey of Bredhurst, clerk, at Boxley assaulted John Bendall. 

1 Nov 1605

CKS-QM/RLv 190

John Thomas of Bredhurst, yeoman, in his dwelling house near Bredhurst Green; sureties, James...

John Thomas of Bredhurst, yeoman, in his dwelling house near Bredhurst Green; sureties, James Andrewes and Henry Heneker, both of Bredhurst, yeomen 

8 Dec 1605

CKS-U2235

Deed of Bredhurst and Gillingham

Presented March 1979. Catalogued by F Hull March 1979

1607

CKS-U2235/T/1

Moiety of 4 pieces of land called Thomas Fieldes

Thomas Fielde Wood and Benetes Grove (30 acres) in Bredhurst and Gillingham at Lidsing (Lawrence to Keymesley) 

1607

CCA-DCb-J/J/14/130

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (Office); Def.: John TOMLIN Bredhurst, Wid SHERLEY Birchington, Mgt KEMBER Adisham, Danl MASTER Lydd, Rich FOSTER Woodchurch 

4 Oct 1608

CCA-DCb-J/J/14/104

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (office); Def.: Geo TOWNE Maidstone, Wm FLINTE Cant scored through, Roger POLLARD Molash scored through, Jas ANDREWES Bredhurst, Wm KEMSLIE Bredhurst, John THOMAS Bredhurst, Thos LONGLIE Hythe 

13 Dec 1608

CKS-QM/SB 789

Petition of John Coper of Bredhurst for assistance from Lidsing in keeping his 'poore lame...

Jan 1608/09

1609

CKS-QM/RLv 240/5

John Thomas of "Brodhurst" [? Bredhurst], labourer; sureties, Thomas Fletcher, yeoman and John...

John Thomas of "Brodhurst" [? Bredhurst], labourer; sureties, Thomas Fletcher, yeoman and John Whotman, tailor, both of Boxley 

5 Jun 1612

CCA-DCb-J/J/18/104

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Schedule excom (instance); Def.: Winifred FROWDE wife of John F Bredhurst, Mary SPENSER wife of Rich S cooper Boughton Blean 

29 Mar 1614

CCA-DCb-J/J/20/6

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Archbp prop rect Maidstone; Def.: Rob LAMBE gent, Bredhurst; Documents: Arts; Case: T

19 Nov 1616

CCA-DCb-J/J/23/31

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Wm KEMSLEY bro exor; Def.: John K bro; Ann K als BOND Borden, Mary K Boxley, Martha K Bredhurst, Eliz K als OLIVER wife of John O & Alice K sists; Wm & Sus K neph & niece; Documents: Alleg & Sent; Case: Test And KEMSLEY Bredhurst 

1 Jun 1618

CCA-DCb-J/J/35/39

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Rich TRAY rect Bredhurst; Def.: Wm MOUNSFEILD Boxley; Documents: Arts; Case: T

30 Jun 1625

CCA-DCb-PRC/18/18/149

Inventory: Wm HENIKER, Bredhurst

 

24 Oct 1625

CKS-U172/T/1

Land (850 acres) in Aylesford, Boxley, Bredhurst, Burham, Chatham, Malling and Mereworth

 

1626

CCA-DCb-D/T/B/64

Bredhurst

Terrier

1630

CCA-DCb-J/J/55/135

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Psh Bredhurst; Def.: MITCHELL; Documents: Tithe; Case: R

31 Jul 1634

CCA-DCb-J/J/59/26

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Wm KEMSLEY Bredhurst; Def.: Joan PACKNAM wife of Jas P Bredhurst; Documents: Arts; Case: D 

14 Jul 1636

CCA-DCb-J/J/60/82

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Office per Wm KEMSLEY Bredhurst; Def.: Joan PACKNAM wife of Jas P Bredhurst; Documents: Arts; Case: Brawling 

28 Sep 1636

CCA-DCb-J/J/60/83

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Office per Jas PACKENHAM Bredhurst; Def.: Wm KEMSLEY Bredhurst; Documents: Arts; Case: Disc

28 Sep 1636

CCA-DCb-J/J/60/89

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Office per Wm KEMSLEY Bredhurst; Def.: Joan wife of Jas PACKNAM Bredhurst; Documents: Arts; Case: Brawling 

13 Oct 1636

CCA-DCb-D/T/B/65

Bredhurst

Terrier

1637

CCA-DCb-J/J/64/65

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: Margery KEMPSLEY rel exix; Def.: Ann & Wm K, Martha K als CLARKE, Eliz, Mgt, Margery, John & Joan K childn; Documents: Alleg & sent; Case: Test Wm KEMPSLEY Bredhurst 

7 Mar 1638

CCA-DCb-J/J/63/71

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: John FOWBERY Maidstone; Def.: Rich TRAY clk Bredhurst; Documents: Ans

5 Jul 1638

CCA-DCb-PRC/18/28/35

Archdeaconry Court Miscellaneous

Plaintiff: Jn SWINNOCK clk Rec Hollingbourne w Hucking & Bredhurst; Defendant: Jas PACKENHAM Bredhurst; Document: Lib; Case: T 

4 Jun 1640

CCA-DCb-J/J/66/22

Ecclesiastical cause papers

Pl: (Office); Def.: John MASTERS chw (1638) Bredhurst; Documents: Alleg & a/c

13 Jun 1640

CKS-U48/T32

Manors and lands

In Hothfield, Little Chart, Pluckley, Bethersden, Great Chart, Ashford, Kennington, Westwell...

1665

CCA-DCb-PRC/18/36/140

Archdeaconry Court Miscellaneous

Plaintiff: Off per Geo UPTON; Defendant: Thos JEFFERY my JEFFERY als HARSNETT Bredhurst; Document: Arts; Case: Matr
Marriage with deceased husband's brother
 

21 Jun 1683

CCA-DCb-PRC/18/37/3

Archdeaconry Court Miscellaneous

Plaintiff: Off per Geo UPTON; Defendant: Thos JEFFERY My JEFFERY als HARSNET, Bredhurst; Document: Sent; Case: Matr 

17 Apr 1684

CKS-Q/CTl 28

Bredhurst

1744, 1746, 1753, 1755, 1760, 1768, 1774, 1779

1744-1779

CKS-P377/15/1

Examinations

Mary Smith of Upchurch; Father William Iggleston of Bredhurst

15 Nov 1750

CKS-Q/CTi 14

Bredhurst

1780-82 missing

1779-1783

CKS-Q/CTw 16

Bredhurst

 

1783

CKS-Q/RPl 47

Bredhurst duplicate land tax assessment

1780-87, 1790, 1792-1803, 1805, 1814-32

[Duplicate for 1783]

1780-87, 1790, 1792-1803, 1805, 1814-32

CKS-Q/RPl 446

Maidstone Division for 1798 and 1800

[1800 copy may be duplicate of 1798 return without dates of contract for redemption] Containing...

 

CKS-Q/SB 31/159

Warrant for the arrest of Charles Born in connection with the maintenance of a bastard child to...

Warrant for the arrest of Charles Born in connection with the maintenance of a bastard child to be born to Anne Strood and likely to be chargeable to Bredhurst 

1 Mar 1711/12

CKS-P40/8/1

Minute Book Vestry room 2, 3

Reassessment of parish 6-9; assistant overseer 12; John Bigg elected Master of the Poor House...

1795-1909

CKS-U3710/T/2

Extract of Deed

Official extract from a Deed of Recovery
Parties:
1. George Jemmett, Gent.
2. John Cope, Gent.

Property:
The Manors of East Kingsnorth and Slow Court with appurtenances etc in Kingsnorth, Shdoxhurst, Great Chart, Detling, Boxley, Bredhurst, Maidstone, Loose, Lenham, Warehorne, Orlestone, Molash, Stone in Oxney, Tenterden, Gravesend, Milton, Denton and Northfleet
 

1800

CCA-DCb-E/F/Bredhurst

BREDHURST, St Peter

 

19th-20th Cent

CKS-CC/O

Byelaws and Orders issued by Kent County Council

All Kent: CC/O/219, 229, 230, 233, 235-261

INDEX TO PRE-1974 DISTRICTS

Ashford UD: CC/O/38/1p/9,...

19th-20th century

CCA-DCb-B/T/2/35

Bishops Transcripts, BREDHURST, St Peter

C: 1813-57, 1863-68, 1870, 1872, 1892, 1895-1907

M: 1813-27, 1829-37

B: 1813-57, 1863-1864, 1867...

1813-1908

CCA-DCb-D/I/B24

Bredhurst

 

c1825

CCA-DCb-D/I/B24/1

Bredhurst

List of church furniture. Date of document is after 1825. Date obtained from paper watermark

c1825

CKS-U1095/P11

Northern Kent

Rainham, Upchurch, Newington, Hartlip, Bredhurst and Detling. By James Gouge.

1817

CCA-DCb-V/A/2/3

Parochial Visitation diary of James Croft, archdeacon of Canterbury 1825-1869

James Croft became a residentiary canon in 1822 but was not appointed archdeacon until June 1825...

1824

CKS-DRa/R/m/3

Bredhurst: Protestants: schoolroom

 

1826

CKS-Q/RH 2/221

Detling and Boxley footpath diversion

Footpath through lands of Heneage, Earl of Aylesford and James Best, Esq., from Warren Close in...

1826

CCA-DCb-F/L/351

Clergy Absence Licence

Andrews, Thomas. Incumbent of Bredhurst. House unfit for his residence; residing Newington (4m...

19 Apr 1831

CCA-DCb-F/L/422

Clergy Absence Licence

Andrews, Thomas. Incumbent of Bredhurst. No Glebe house; residing Newington (4m distant) and...

26 Feb 1833

CCA-DCb-D/T/B/66

Bredhurst

Terrier

1835

CCA-DCb-T/O

Original Tithe Apportionments with Maps

The maps in this series were made during the years 1838 - 1852, and for the most part, follow a...

1837-1852

CCA-DCb-F/L/531

Clergy Absence Licence

Andrews, Thomas. Incumbent of Bredhurst. House unfit for his residence, residing Rainham (3 1/2m...

6 Feb 1839

CKS-U289/T/63

Boxley and Detling

Harwash Wood (70 acres) in Boxley and Detling abutting to the Maidstone to Bredhurst road, west...

1861

CKS-P40/9/A/1

Order in Council removing Dunn Street from Boxley to Bredhurst parish.

 

7 April 1864

CCA-DCb-D/T/B/67

Bredhurst

Terrier

1866

CCA-DCb-D/T/B/68

Bredhurst

Terrier

1867

CCA-DCb-D/T/B/69

Bredhurst

Terrier

1867

CCA-DCb-F/L/739

Clergy Absence Licence

Day, Hermitage Charles. Incumbent of Bredhurst. His ill-health and bodily incapacity for...

18 Oct 1870

CCA-DCb-F/L/761

Clergy Absence Licence

Day, Hermitage Charles. Incumbent of Bredhurst. His ill-health and bodily incapacity for...

23 Apr 1872

CCA-DCb-F/L/791

Clergy Absence Licence

Hermitage Charles Day, Incumbent of Bredhurst. His ill health and bodily incapacity for...

24 Jun 1874

CCA-DCb-F/L/818

Clergy Absence Licence

Hermitage Charles Day, Incumbent of Bredhurst. His ill health and bodily incapacity for the...

30 Mar 1876

CKS-Q/RH 2/540

Boxley highway diversion

Part of highway leading from Maidstone to Bredhurst, from point near junction with footpath from...

1883

CCA-DCb-E/C/2/B31/1

BREDHURST, addition to churchyard

Petition & Consecration instrument & Correspondence

1892

CCA-DCb-F/A/1906/18

Induction mandate

Phillips, Edward Egerton clerk MA as vicar of Bredhurst

3 Oct 1906

CCA-DCb-F/A/1913/4

Induction mandate

Finch, John Arthur clerk MA as vicar of Bredhurst.

8 Mar 1913

CKS-C/Ev/4/7

Abbots Court Farm, Bredhurst

 

1921-1953

CCA-DCb-F/A/1929/13

Induction mandate

Grabham, Edward Henry Gascoigne clerk as vicar of Bredhurst.

16 Mar 1929

CKS-C/Ev/4/8

Abbots Court Farm, Bredhurst

 

1930-1954

CKS-C/Ev/4/9

Abbots Court Farm, Bredhurst

 

1934-1948

CKS-RD/Hb/Rb 2/1

Rate Book - Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boxley, Bredhurst, Broomfield, Chart Sutton, Detling...

 

1936-1937

CCA-DCb-F/A/1937/22

Induction mandate

McClenaghan, Donald Patrick clerk MA as vicar of Bredhurst.

14 Sep 1937

CKS-RD/Hb/Rb 2/4

Rate Book - Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boxley, Bredhurst, Broomfield, Chart Sutton, Detling...

 

1941-1942

CCA-U3-236/2/1

Letters and notices for the Reverend F R Gower Smith at Bredhurst vicarage

Concerning his appointments as officiating chaplain to Church of England troops stationed in...

1942-1945

CKS-RD/Hb/Rb 2/7

Rate Book - Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boxley, Bredhurst, Broomfield, Chart Sutton, Detling...

 

1946-1947

CKS-RD/Hb/Rb 2/10

Rate Book - Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boxley, Bredhurst, Broomfield

 

1951-1952

CKS-RD/Hb/Rb 2/13

Rate Book - Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boxley, Bredhurst, Broomfield, Chart Sutton, Detling...

 

1951-1952

CKS-C/A3/1B/11

Bredhurst: powers of Parish Council

Parish of Bredhurst (Physical Training and Recreation) Act 1937, Order 1956

1956

CKS-C/A/6/23

Smallholdings: Abbots Farm and Sharsted Farm, Bredhurst

 

1960-1969

CCA-TR/90

Bredhurst

Baptisms, marriages, burials 1547-1837

late 20th century

CKS-C/PL/2/AHI-48/17

Abbots Court, Bredhurst

 

1961

CKS-RD/Hb/Rb 2/16

Rate Book - Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boxley, Bredhurst, Broomfield, Chart Sutton, Detling...

 

1961-1962

CCA-DCb-A/O/2/16

Order in Council

Scheme for altering the boundaries of the parishes of: Allington, Boxley, Detling, Hartlip...

27 Nov - 11 Dec 1963

CKS-C/PL/2/AHI-48/79

Chapel Cottage, Bredhurst

 

1966

CKS-C/E/25/7/29

Rules of Management: Bredhurst C.E. Primary

 

1970

CKS-C/ED 8/1/4

Bredhurst C.E. primary School

 

1981-1985