Some Kent Children 1594-1875 by Compiled by Margaret R. Phillips

Some Kent Children 1594-1875 by Compiled by Margaret R. Phillips hits the £1 shelf in my shop.

Kent Education Committee, 1972, Paperback.

Contents:

Introduction and Bibliography

The Parish Child
Facsimiles
Addington Parish register 1675 Faversham Overseers of the Poor 1693 and transcript Milton Regis Apprenticeship Indenture 1727 Farningham Vestry Book 1804-5 and 1810 Brenchley Poor Book 1823

The Inventory Child
Facsimiles
Inventory of Susanna Rood of Syndall in Ospringe 1753

The Accounts Child
Facsimiles
Inventory of Samuel Coxen, traveller, 1718, and transcript Account book of David Faunce 1854-6

The Borough Child
Facsimiles
Sandwich Orphans’ Book 1594 and transcript of 1st part and glossary.

The Quarter Sessions Child
Facsimiles
Maidstone Quarter Sessions examination 1595 and transcript of 1st part

Three Kent Schoolboys
Facsimiles
Two letters of Tom Sackville, school bill, indenture and bill from France and four transcripts, 1672-5
Three letters of Edward Martin from King School, Canterbury, 1733-4 Two letters of Thomas Law Hodges from Harrow, n. d. , 1789

A Schoolgirl Diarist
Facsimiles
Pages from the diary of Eva Knatchbull Hugessen, 1873-5

Introduction by: John Haynes

Good. Card folder a little worn at the edges and soiled in places. Enclosures generally in very good condition, a couple of the facsimiles are somewhat wrinkled.

15½” x 9½”.

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