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Great Lunsford Farmhouse

Great Lunsford Farmhouse – – II Farmhouse. 16th Century. Framing exposed in places, otherwise rendered on ground floor and part-rendered, part-tilehung on 1st floor. Plain tiled roof with odd brick stacks. L-shaped in plan. 2 storeys; irregular fenestration of casements. Entrance at rear in angle of L.

The Monks Head – Grade II Listed

Public House and Nos 46-50 (even) – II Cottage row and public house. 17th century with 19th century public house. Nos 48 & 50, random galletted rubble stone, red brick dressings, exposed timber-framing with one wind brace on 1st floor of No 48, rendered on 1st floor of No 50. NOS 46 AND PUBLIC HOUSE. […]

The Wealden Hall – Grade II* listed

Grade II* listed Farmhouse, now restaurant. Late 14th Century to right with mid 17th century block to left. MAIN BLOCK. Exposed timber-framing with curved braces and brick infilling. 1st floors of service and solar ends jettied forward on brackets and joists. Dragon post to right. Central recess with eaves carried on 2 curved braces. Plain […]

St James the Great Church – East Malling 1914 – 1918 War burials

Name Rank Service Number Date of Death Age Regiment / Service Service Country Grave / Memorial Reference DAVIS, EDWARD MARK Private TR/10/17504 03/06/1917 18 Training Reserve United Kingdom South-East part. FOWLER, G E Private 118 23/09/1918 33 Guards Machine Gun Regiment United Kingdom South-East part. HARLOW, ERNEST GEORGE Gunner 957491 22/03/1942 23 Royal Artillery United […]

St Peters Church – Aylesford

Name Rank Service Number Date of Death Age Regiment / Service Grave / Memorial Reference AVARDS, FREDERICK Rifleman R/8472 03/08/1916 King’s Royal Rifle Corps Spec. Memorial. BAKER, F Private 1468 25/02/1919 Royal Army Veterinary Corps Spec. Memorial. BARDEN, C H V Acting Bombardier 46659 29/03/1920 31 Royal Field Artillery 10 BARTON, M Private 33365 17/12/1918 […]

All Saints Church

The church is mentioned in Domesday Book (1086), and it is probable that the nave of the present church, without its aisles, is Norman. The only evidence for this, however, is one tufa block on the south-west corner of the nave, and some detached (?reused) tufa blocks in the west face of the south-west buttress […]

Leybourne Church

Church of Ss. Peter & Paul, Leybourne is a small church with a big history. The church was built in Saxon times but the church building was changed greatly in 1874. The Leybourne history started when the ancestor of the Leybourne family came over with William the Conqueror from France. He was granted land by […]

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