Wateringbury

In the Steps of George Newman and Beyond

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A Week’s Run To Holland - Book by GN   9


Affections Tribute - Poetry book by GN   4

Abbey of Leeds / Leeds Priory   56, 146


Anderson, James, Captain   4, 6

Abbey of St Mary Graces   56


Anderson, Lilias (later Newman)   3, 7

Abbs House   52, 112, 114


Arch-druid Morien   8, 100

Abol Ltd., Yalding   43


Arrow, Mr.   94

Allingham, Richard - General stores   97, 98, 109, 114, 116, 117, 151


Ash's Dane John Brewery, Canterbury  43

Allwork, Alfred   151


Aviary, Mrs. Mary Frances Lancaster Lucas’   67, 96, 156

Allwork, Henry - Grocer & Draper   98


Aviary, Mrs. Lancaster's   107

Allwork, Mary Ann   98



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Ball, W. E.   52, 53


Bray, James - Veterinary Surgeon   100, 108

Baker, George - Fruit Grower   119


Breweries & Brewing Companies

Baker, George and Harriet - home   108


Ash's Dane John Brewery, Canterbury  43

Baker, H., Master   94


Earl Street Brewery, Maidstone   32, 33

Ballard, Miss   94


East Kent Brewery, Sandwich   43

Banks, Mary   100, 108


Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd.   24, 25, 43, 113, 115

Barrel organ, Church   60, 116


Fremlin Brothers Ltd.   33

Bazley-White, John Richard Leslie   84, 85


Fremlin Brothers Messrs.   33

Bazley-White, Captain Richard B. L.   84, 85


Fremlin's of Maidstone   26

Bazley-White, Mrs Katharine B.   84, 85


Herbert T. Wickham & Co.   25, 43

Beadle (Isaac Newman)   65


John Jude & Co.   39

Beadle, John - Blacksmith   109


Jude & Co.   42

Beal, Sarah (later Jude)   39


Jude Hanbury & Co.   17, 18, 28, 29, 39, 43, 49, 78, 120

Beck Mews / Beck Cottage   106


Jude Hanbury & Co. Ltd.   25, 43

Beck, The, Church Green  106, 110


Kent Brewery    17, 32, 36, 39, 40, 42, 43, 109, 133, 139

Becket, George   50


Phoenix Brewery, Dover   23

Beer House near Chart Wood   143


Phoenix Brewery, Wateringbury   16, 19, 20, 21, 22 - 25, 27, 28, 29, 32, 34, 50, 57, 99, 108, 156

Bentham, Master   94


Quarry Hill Brewery, Tonbridge   24

Best, Thomas - Robert Earle’s Pupil   124


Royal Victoria Brewery, Tonbridge   24

Bigg(e), Charlotte Handway   113


Tenterden Brewery Co. Ltd.   43

Birchetts Wood / Chart garden   81, 83


Truman Hanbury & Buxton, Messrs.   42

Bigge, Sir Arthur   9


Warden's Hill Brewery   22

Bishop, Master   94


Whitbread & Co.   17, 25, 28, 29, 99

Blacksmith or Forge   35, 36, 37, 39, 109


Whitbread Fremlins   26

Blest, Charlie   42


Bridge, Bow, Wateringbury   13, 14, 15, 21

Blest, Dorothy   42


Brooker, a boy named   79

Blest, Elizabeth Ann (formerly Jude)   40, 42, 136


Brooker, Fanny - Servant   125

Blest, Elsie   42


Brooker, Henry   106

Blest, Frank   42


Brooker, John   105, 106, 110

Blest, Tom   42


Broomscroft   40, 42, 59, 136, 137, 140

Blest, William Wigram   42, 136


Broomscroft, cottage at   141

Book Boys   79


Broomscroft Cottages   40

Bow Bridge, Wateringbury   13, 14, 15, 21


Broomsdown / May Lodge   33, 104, 105

Bow View - John Beal Jude’s house   40


Brown, A. L.   34

Brattle, Miss   94


Bull Inn, Wrotham   23

Brattle, Robert   94



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Cage or Lock-up   35, 36-38, 39, 109


Wood, Henry (Henricus), altar tomb and epitaph   73

Campbell, Colen   86


Yew tree, grand old   76

Canon Court, includes Canons and Great Canon Court/Farm   45, 56, 59, 135, 141, 146 - 147


Clampard, Thomas - Blacksmith   62, 73, 141

Canon Court, deep well at   117


Claremont House   118, 119

Canon Heath   24, 45


Clarence, Duke of - later William IV   69

Canon Land   146


Coal Store at Gauthern’s yard   23, 24

Canon Lane   40, 59, 135, 136, 137, 141, 147


Cod, Agnes   52

Canon, Little (Farm)   140, 141, 147


Cod, James   52

Canon Court, Manor of   45, 56


Cod, William   52

Carnell, Ann   141


Cod, Wylliem   52

Carnell, John   141


Codd, Deborah   52

Chalmers, D.   92


Codd family   50, 52

Chancel in Wateringbury Church   56, 57, 60


Codd, James - Sheriff   50, 52/53

Charlton, George, Vicar   52


Codd, William   52

Chart Field   83


Collis, Rev. W. H.   33

Chart Garden(s) / Birchets Wood   81, 83


Collyer, J., Master   94

Chart, Manor of   56, 61, 63, 81, 83


Constable, Mr.   94

Chart Town   81


Cook, Eliza - Gravesend poetess   4

Chart Wood   139, 143


Cook, William   78

Cholera at East Farleigh   157


Cooper, Rev. Miles   94

Church Green   3, 50, 105, 106, 110, 111, 124, 125


Coppice Wood, near Roydon Hall   81

Church, St. John the Baptist, Wateringbury


Cottages at Pizien Well   42, 81, 82

About the church   55-58, 74, 110


Cotton, Alexander   6

Barrel organ   60, 116


Coulter, James - Servant   125

Chancel   56, 57, 60


Court Leet   62

Dumb Borsholder of Chart   61-64, 81


Court Lodge, Teston   105

High Pews   60


Court Rolls, Manor of Chart   63

Lucas family vault/memorial   61, 71


Cricket field behind the Kent Brewery   109, 151

Lychgate   148


Cricket field west of Orpines   114, 115

Stained glass windows   56, 57


Cricketers names  (19th Century)   151

Style, Sir Charles, memorial tablet   60


Cripps family   152

Style, Lt. Gen. William  memorial tablet   60


Cripps, George - Bootmaker & Musician   109, 114, 116, 152

Style, Oliver, monument, 1622   60, 61


Cripps, Richard (Dick)   54,  116, 152

Tufa   57, 58


Cross Farm   52

Vestry   56, 61, 64


Cross Field   52

Weathervane   64


Cross Roads or Wateringbury Cross   36, 116, 118, 133

Churchyard – tombs, graves, headstones, epitaphs & inscriptions.


Crothall, Beecher, altar tomb   121

Clampard, Thomas, altar tomb and epitaph   62, 73, 141


Crothall, Mrs Milborow Parker (formerly Luck)   108, 120, 121

Crothall, Beecher, altar tomb   121


Crow, Emma (later Gibbon)   22

Crow family vault / obelisk / cenotaph   59, 73


Crow family vault / obelisk / cenotaph   59, 73

Crow, William, inscription   59


Crow family residence   59, 136

Featherstone, William, tombstone and epitaph   77


Crow, Frances (formerly Miles)   22, 59

Freeman, John, and parents grave   151


Crow, John   22

Greensted, Edward, mural tablet and epitaph   76


Crow, Mary   98, 136, 141

Jude, William, Snr., headstone   117


Crow, Mr. (Book subscriber)   94

King, John, burial place   132, 134


Crow, Mr. (Brewery)   22

Knell family, tombstones   140, 141


Crow, Richard, senior   22, 58, 59

Luck, Thomas and Elizabeth,  138


Crow, Richard, junior   22

Manser, Harriet, headstone   131


Crow, Thomas - Yeoman and Sundial Maker   22, 58, 59, 94, 98, 136

Newman, Emma, grave   73, 129


Crow, William   22, 59

Newman, John & Mary, grave   73, 126, 129


Crowhurst, Ann (later Gillet)   107

Ongley family grave   73


Curd, William   108

Style, Sir Oliver, tomb, 1703   74/75


Curtis, Sir William   69

Sundial, Thomas Crow's   58/59


Cutler, Benjamin - Vicar   146

Walter, Stephen Jnr, headstone   117




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Dacre House, Lee   70


Deboos, William - School Master   47

Dame School, Canon Lane   135, 137


Deboos, William John, son of William  47

Danes, Mrs. Rebecca (Dame School)   3, 34, 35


Deep well at Canon Court   117

Danes, Thomas   34


Delahaye, Katheryn   52

Dann, Emma - Servant   125


Donkey Rhubarb, plant   105

Dann’s Lane   84


Dornol, Thomas and Isobella   54

Darrant (or Durrant), Robert   94


Douce, W. H., Master   94

Davies, Mr. N.   94


Draw-wells at Chart Wood   81, 143

Dawes, William Rutter - Astronomer   104-105


Dray, Mr. (W. James)   90, 92, 93, 149

De Mereworth, John   86


Dukes Head Inn   40, 78, 79, 135

Dean and Chapter of Rochester   45, 56, 146


Duke Without a Head   29, 78

Dean of Rochester   54


Dumb Borsholder of Chart   61-64, 81

Deboos, George Albert   47


Dwane, Barrack Sergeant   130

Deboos, Mr & Mrs (National School)   45


Dwane, Mrs   130, 131

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Earle, Henry, son of Robert Earle   124


Eden, Rev. William   67

Earle, Jane, daughter of Robert Earle   124


Edward III - stained glass window   28, 56, 57

Earle, Mrs. Susanna or Susan   124, 125


Ellis, Arthur (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125

Earle, Rev. Robert   37, 124, 125


Ellis, James   78

Earle, Rev. Robert, School for young Gentlemen   111, 123-125, 130, 138


Elwin, Rev. William   101, 108

Earle, Robert Jnr, son of Robert Earle   124


Emily, schooner, wreck of    6

Earl Street Brewery, Maidstone   32, 33


Evans, Robert Mendham   101, 102, 110, 113

Earle, William, son of Robert Earle   124


Evans, Robert Mendham & Emma   101

East Kent Brewery, Sandwich   43


Evenden, Naomi (later Leney)   21, 23, 34

Eden, Rev. Arthur M.A., of Ticehurst   152



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Falmouth, Viscount   86, 146


Freeman, Robert   58

Fane (alias Vane), Family of   86


Fremlin, Ann (formerly Jude)   21, 32, 39

Fane, John, Seventh Earl of Westmorland   86


Fremlin, Ann Durrant   32

Farewell to Wateringbury, written by Mrs. King   134, 135


Fremlin, Betsey   40

Favresfeld, Chas.   10


Fremlin Brothers Ltd.   33

Ferguson, Mr.   130, 131


Fremlin Brothers Messrs.   33

Featherstone, John - Plumber   77, 88


Fremlin, Catherine (later Leney)   23, 32

Featherstone, William, snr.   51, 77, 78, 110


Fremlin, Elizabeth Jude   32

Featherstone, William, jnr.   88, 152, 154


Fremlin, family   19

Fir Tree Beer House   24


Fremlin, Frances   32

Fish Crown in Dispute, The (Book)   148


Fremlin, Frank - Brewer   32, 33, 34

Fisher, Mr.   96, 97


Fremlin, Helen   32

Fisher Farms   103


Fremlin, James, senior - Miller & Hop Grower   21, 30, 32, 39, 50, 116

Fitz Adam, Bartholomew   146


Fremlin, James, junior   32

Fitz Adam, Simon   146


Fremlin, Joseph - Baker   50, 109, 116

Foreman, Mr.   132


Fremlin, Ralph James - Brewer   32, 33, 40

Forge or Blacksmith   35, 36, 37, 39, 109


Fremlin, Richard Henry - Brewer   18, 32, 33, 105

Fortune / Roydon Hall   81, 135, 139, 140


Fremlin, Walter Thomas - Brewer   32, 33, 34

Foster, Rev. Doctor   94


Fremlin, William - Farmer and Baptist Minister   40, 50, 109

Foundations at Chart Wood   81, 143


Fremlin, William Arthur (son of James senior)   32, 105

Fowkes or Foulkes, Manor of   56


Fremlin's of Maidstone   26

Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd.   24, 25, 43, 113, 115


French, Sidney & Cecil   43

Freeman, Edward   98, 109, 151


Fugitive Pieces, by Frances Greensted   92, 94

Freeman, John   98, 109, 151


Fuller’s Corner   84

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Gamman or Gammon, Rev. Augustin   94, 138


Godden, James - Butler   106

Gas factory / works (Leney’s)   18, 21, 23, 24


Gold Label, Whitbread   26

Gas Holders at Phoenix Brewery   21, 24


Golding, William   136

Gauthern, Mr. H. (Henry)   21, 94


Good Intent, Beer House   24, 82

Gauthern, Mr. R.   94


Goodwin, Edward   147

Gauthern’s Cottages   21, 24


Goodwin, Edward John, jnr.   147

Gauthern’s Yard, Coal Store   21, 23


Goodwin family   146, 147

Giant Hogweed   105


Goodwin, Frances - wife of Edward   147

Gibbon, Elizabeth (1st wife of John King) 135


Goodwin, Thomas - son of Edward - Solicitor   147

Gibbon, Emma (formerly Crow)   22


Goodwin, Thomas (died 1830) and Frances Goodwin   146, 147

Gibbon, Miles   100, 108


Gould, Dr. Henry Murton   109, 138

Gibbons, Mrs.   94


Gould, Fellow named   128

Gibbon, Richard - Brewer   22


Gransden   122

Gibson, Major Edgar (later Colonel)   108, 121


Gravesend Journal   8

Gibson, Mrs. Charlotte (formerly Lucas)   108, 121, 127


Gravesend Poet, Lloegryn (George Newman)   10

Gilbert de Watringbury   146


Gray de Ruthven, Lady   67

Gillet,  Ann (formerly Crowhurst)   107


Great Euston Doric-Arch   113

Gillet,  Ann - daughter   107


Green, Peter William, of Tristan da Cunha   4, 6, 7, 9

Gillet,  Thomas - son   107


Greensted, Edward, Parish Clerk, Local historian and School Teacher   51, 52, 53, 56, 57, 76, 90, 92, 141

Gillet, William Snr   107


Greensted, Frances / Miss   90, 92-94

Gillet,William - son   107


Greensted, Frances, poem   92

Gillet’s Corner   107, 110


Greensted, Home for the Elderly   52, 113

Glazier, John   100, 108


Guy, John   129, 130, 153

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Hackshaw, Thomas   98


Henham. Carrie Elizabeth   135

Hailstones, 6 to 10 ins. 1763   91


Henry III   146

Hailstones, large, 1902   95


Henry VIII  56, 146

Hall, Captain R.N.   127


Herbert T. Wickham & Co.   25, 43

Hall, W., Master   94


Hewson, Mr. W.   94

Halliday, Mrs Mary   105, 106, 110


Hextall Court, East Peckham   140

Hammond, Henry (Robert Earle’s pupil)   125


Highbury (House)   120, 121

Hamo, son of Richard de Otringeberge  56


Hill, Charles and Mary   70

Hanbury. Ernest Osgood - Brewer   42


Hill, John - Inn Keeper   82

Hanbury, Major Philip - Brewer  43


Hill, Polly (later Lucas)   61, 70, 71

Hanbury. Robert   42


Hill, Susan   82

Harding Squire, Alice Mary Brooker   33


Hills, Henry   34

Hardwick, Philip Charles - Architect (son of Philip R.A.)   112


H.M.S. Magpie   9

Hardwick, Philip, R.A., - Architect   112


Hoffmann, Mr.   7, 8

Hardwick, Thomas, jnr., - Architect   112


Hogweed, Giant (plant)   105

Hardwick, Thomas, snr., - Architect   112


Hogg, Mr.   94

Harney, Charles (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125


Holder family   152

Harris family   152


Holding, Elizabeth (later Jude)   40

Harris, Henry   37, 100


Home-dwellers   80

Harris, Mr. J.  95


Hop gardens & hop picking   79, 80, 81

Harris, Richard jnr   98


Hop Pole public house   24

Harris, Richard snr, - Inn Keeper & Butcher   64, 98, 151


Hopper huts, Canon Lane   147

Harris, Sarah (Richard’s daughter) - School Mistress   98


Hosmer, Mrs. or Miss   121

Harris, Sarah (Richard’s wife)   98


Hovenden, Mr. R., FSA   152

Harrison, Benjamin   88


Howell, George O.   8, 92, 153

Harrow, The   24, 29, 78


Hughes, Mrs. of Maidstone   135

Hasted, Edward   52, 57


Humphrey, William - Tailor & barber   109, 114, 116

Hawkes, George   106


Hundred Court   63

Hay, Lord John   122


Hundred of Twyford   54, 62

Heathfield in Maidstone   33


Hutcheon Hall, Sir Henry, R.N.   127, 128

Heathorn, John - Brewer   32



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Inn signs, Whitbread   25, 26


Inn sign miniature, King's Head, old design   28

Inn sign miniatures   26, 28. 29


Invicta Magazine   10

Inn sign miniature, King's Head, new design   28, 57


Ivy Cottage   23, 108, 121

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Jacobs, Mary   6


Jude Hanbury & Co.   17, 18, 28, 29, 39, 43, 49, 78, 120

Jenner, Rev. Mr. of Burbage   92


Jude Hanbury & Co. Ltd.   25, 43

Jessup, John   78


Jude, Herbert   42

John the Baptist, stained-glass window   57


Jude, John Beal - Brewer   17, 28, 29, 32, 39, 40, 41, 49, 78, 109, 116, 117, 120, 136

John Jude & Co.   39


Jude, Major Percy - Brewer   25, 42, 43

Jones, Mr. B. - Carpenter & Builder   127


Jude, Rebecca   42

Jones, Ernest  (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125


Jude, Richard   39, 40

Judds, Isaac   108


Jude, Robert - Grocer, Draper & Postmaster   39, 109, 116, 117

Jude & Co.   42


Jude, Sarah (formerly Beal)   39

Jude, Ann (later Ann Fremlin)   21, 32, 39


Jude, Thomas (son of William & Sarah)   39

Jude, Elizabeth (formerly Holding)   40


Jude, Thomas William (Son of John Beal Jude and Elizabeth)   40, 42, 136

Jude, Elizabeth A (later Blest)   40, 42, 136


Jude, William, Snr. - Grocer & Draper   39, 109, 117

Jude family   39


Jude, William (son of William & Sarah)   39

Jude, Florence Mary   42, 108


Jude, William - Brewer (John Beal Jude’s nephew)   40, 42, 43, 108, 122


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Katie’s Coronet (Book)   148


King, Knowles   133, 135

Kent Arms Public House (now the Railway Hotel)   16, 17, 21, 24


King, Louisa and Elizabeth (Day & Small Boarding School)   108, 119, 140

Kent Brewery    32, 36, 39, 40, 42, 43, 109, 133, 139


King, Mary (formerly Sex)   135

Kentish Hoy Public House (now cottages)   18, 19, 21


King, Mrs. / Mrs. John / Mercy (formerly Luck)   108, 134, 135, 136, 140, 153

Kentish Note Book, The   8, 92


King, Richard,   135

Kemp. Mrs.   94


King, Watson, Rev.   133

Kettle, Mr.   94


King, William Louis    135

Key, Mary Brooker   32


Kings Head, new   28, 57, 99, 115

Key, William   32


Kings Head (Inn), old, at crossroads   24, 98, 99, 109, 139, 151, 152, 153

King, Barbara (formerly Knowles)   135


Kirby / Kirkby,Thomas   53

King, Harold   134, 135, 153


Knell, Chas.   58

King, John, born 1775   45, 108, 132, 133, 134, 135, 153


Knell family, Red Hill   138, 140/141

King, John, born 1700   135


Knight, T.P. - Painter   68

King, John and Mercy, residence   108, 119


Knowles, Barbara (later King)   135

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Laing, Elizabeth   61


Leney, Naomi (formerly Evenden)   21, 23, 34

Lake, Edward (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125


Leney Road   34

Lancaster, Mary Frances   61, 71, 72, 107, 110


Leney, Ronald   24

Lancaster, Matthew William (Matt)   71, 72, 151


Leney, Walter   23

Lancaster, Samuel, Snr.   71


Lester, Thomas   50

Lancaster-Lucas, Frances   148


Letchford, Mary - Servant   124

Lancaster-Lucas, Mrs. Mary Yelverton   3, 67, 148-150


Letchford, Thomas   100, 108

Lancaster-Lucas, Samuel L   23, 24, 40, 67, 71, 72, 107, 110, 113, 146, 148


Letters from Peter Green of Tristan   7, 9

Lancers, 16th, Band of   14


Lewin, Samuel (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125

Langridge, George Thomas   106


Lightermen and Watermen, Company of   70/71

Large, Thomas   100, 108


Lime Tree Cottage   78, 110

Latter, William or Mr. W.   78, 94, 135


Lime Tree House / Morgenny House, now Red House   107, 110

Latter’s Buildings   78, 83, 107, 132, 135


Limes, The   42, 108

Laurels, The   42, 108, 122


Linksted, Fanny - Servant   124

Le Despencer, Baroness   92


Little Canon (Farm)   140, 141, 147

Le Despencer, Lord and Lady   94


Livett, Rev. Grenville Mairis   37

Le Geyt, Charles (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125


Lloegryn (George Newman)   8, 10, 100

Lee Petition, 1814   70


Lock-up or Cage   35, 36-38, 39, 109

Leeds Priory / Abbey of Leeds   56, 146


Lodge, The / Wateringbury Lodge   14, 23, 111

Leney, Abraham   23


Lowles, Thomas - Gardener   108, 122

Leney, Alfred   23, 32


Lowles, William   108

Leney, Ann (daughter of Abraham)  23


Lucas, Alderman Matthias Prime (Alderman)   3, 14, 45, 61, 67, 68-72, 101, 106, 107, 110, 112, 121, 126, 138, 146

Leney, Ann (Frederick’s wife)   23


Lucas, Charles   70

Leney, Augustus   23, 24, 25, 113, 114


Lucas, Charlotte, Mrs (later Gibson)   108, 121, 127

Leney, Bertram   24, 25


Lucas family vault / memorial   61, 71

Leney, Charles (son of Abraham)   21, 22, 23, 32, 34, 50, 111, 151


Lucas, Josiah   69

Leney, Charles Frederick   23, 108


Lucas, Leonard Charles   71

Leney, Charles John   23


Lucas, Mary   69

Leney, Charles & Naomi, house   21, 34


Lucas, Polly (formerly Hill)   61, 70, 71

Leney, Charlotte   23


Lucas, Prudence   61

Leney, Edward   23, 24


Luck, Elizabeth   138

Leney, Eleanor   24


Luck, Mercy see King, Mrs. Mercy

Leney family   22


Luck, Miss (School at Church Green)   105, 106/107

Leney, Frederick (son of Abraham)   23, 24, 50, 57, 78, 99, 108, 121, 151


Luck, Henry   108

Leney, Frederick, Barcham (son of Augustus)   24, 25, 114


Luck, Milborow Parker (later Milborow Parker Crothall)   108, 120, 121

Leney, Harold, Lieutenant   24, 25


Luck, Thomas   98, 138, 139, 153

Leney, Herbert   23, 24, 114


Luck, Thomas & Elizabeth, burial place   138

Leney, Kate   24


Lutter, Mrs.   94

Leney, Leonard   24


Lychgate, St. John the Baptist   148


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MacManus, George   113


Mereworth Church - St. Lawrence   86

Magpie, H.M.S.   9


Mid-Kent Stag Hounds, Master   25, 114

Malling Union Chaplin (Robert Earle)   125


Miles, Frances (later Crow)   22, 59

Malthouse Cottages   21


Mill & mill pond, upper (Brattles)   102, 104

Maltings, Leney’s   16, 17, 21, 24


Mill Cottage   103

Manor Farm / Westburyes or Westburye Manor   68, 78


Mill pond, Warden   21, 30, 31

Manser, Harriot   131, 132


Mill, Warden   21, 31, 32

Manser, Thomas - Carrier   132


Millgate House   34

Marchant, John   25, 26, 108


Millar, Mrs. Elizabeth   107, 110

Marden, boy named   139


Miller, Edward (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125

Market granted at Chart Garden   81


Mitchell, Donald of Pelican Farm   114

Marsham, George   15


Moore, Henry (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125

May, boy named   139


Morgenny House/Lime Tree House, now Red House   107, 110

May Lodge / Broomsdown   33, 104, 105


Morien, Arch-druid   8, 100

McCune, Clarissa   154


Mungo (pony)   149

Mercer, Miss Mary Sophia (School for Young Ladies)   109, 118, 119


My Lord's Walk   86

Mereworth Castle   84, 86/87




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Napier, Admiral Sir Charles   127, 128


Newman, Henry   3, 4

National School or Wateringbury Boys’,  Red Hill   3, 44/45, 46, 109, 130, 141


Newman, Herbert James   4

Nelson, Lord   69


Newman, Isaac, the Beadle   65

Nemesis   127


Newman, John and Mary, or reference to GN’s parents   3, 73, 111, 126, 129, 149

Newman, Alfred (George Newman’s brother)   4, 79, 127, 128, 129 -131


Newman, Jesse   4

Newman, Alfred George (GN’s son)   3


Newman, John - Head Gardener, or reference to father.    3, 50, 65/67, 73, 125/126

Newman, Arthur   3, 4


Newman, Lilias (formerly Anderson), (George Newman's wife)    3, 4, 7

Newman, Ellen   50, 128


Newman, Lilias Mary (GN’s daughter)   4

Newman, Emma   3, 50, 73, 129


Newman, Mary (GN’s daughter|)   4

Newman, Ernest   4


Newman, Mary Ann, or reference to mother   3, 4, 50, 73, 126, 129

Newman, Eva   4


Newman, Mary Ann (George Newman’s sister)   3, 107, 126

Newman, Fanny   50, 129


Newman, Walter   4, 10

Newman, Family   50, 125-129


Newman, William - Grave Digger and Bell Ringer   130

Newman, Frank   4


North Pole (Inn)   28, 39, 49, 50

Newman, George   3-10, 12, 50, 100


Nortons, The   151

Newman, George family grave, Gravesend   3, 4, 10


Norword, Thomas (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125

Newman, George, junior   4




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Oakley, Master   94


Ongley, William / Mr. - Farm Bailiff   141

Observatory, Wateringbury (William Rutter Dawes)   105


Ornamental fish pond   123

Old Home, Church Green   3, 9, 13, 55, 73, 88, 96, 111, 123, 125, 158


Orpin, John - Master bricklayer   118

Old Road   78, 79, 83, 107


Orpin (son of John)   121

Old Hoy Cottages / Kentish Hoy   18, 19, 21


Orpines / Orpins   24, 25, 52, 101, 112 - 114

Ongley, Edward   73, 130, 140, 141-145, 147


Other Lyrics, Poetry book by GN   6, 150

Ongley family   73, 152


Otringeberge, Richard de   56


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Parish constable(s)   37, 77


by George Newman (Lleogryn)   4, 6, 10, 89, 129, 144, 150, 158

Pattenden, Sarah   100, 108


by Gray   157

Pavilion Academy, Mereworth   3, 86


by Harold King   134

Pelham, Edmund   53


by Oliver Wendell Holmes   144

Pelham, Sir John, arms  53


by Peter W Green   8

Pelham, Sir Nicholas   53


by Sir Oliver Style   75

Pelicans / Pelican farm   23, 24, 40, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 109, 138


Pontifex, Edmund & William / Messrs   22, 23, 50

Pelican in her piety, emblem.   53


Pontifex & Co.   23

Pellican, Thomas   54


Poorhouse / Workhouse, near Pizien Well   79

Penell, Thomas   108, 119, 120


Powerscourt, Lord Viscount   60

Pentecost, Mrs. P.   34


Prior and Canon of Leeds   56, 146

Peplesham shield   53


Public Houses, Beer Houses & Inns, Wateringbury and Nettlestead

Pernell, Herbert (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125


Beer House near Chart Wood   143

Perram, Reverend   106


Dukes Head Inn   40, 78, 79, 135

Perrin, Charles Snr. builder’s yard   108, 120


Duke Without a Head   29, 78

Perrin, Charles Snr. - Carpenter & Builder   105, 109, 117, 120, 149


Fir Tree Beer House   24

Perrin, Charles, junior   138


Good Intent Beer House   24, 82

Perrin family   152


Hop Pole Public House Nettlestead   24

Perrin, John   105, 106, 110


Kent Arms Public House (now the Railway Hotel)   16, 17, 21, 24

Perrin, Mrs. Sarah, Dame School   138


Kentish Hoy Public House (now cottages)   18, 19, 21

Perrin, Mrs. Sarah   94


Kings Head (new)   28, 57, 99, 115

Phoenix beer house   24, 29, 49


Kings Head Inn (old)   24, 98, 99, 109, 139, 151, 152, 153

Phoenix Brewery stables   21, 24


North Pole (Inn)   28, 39, 49, 50

Phoenix Brewery, Dover   23


Queen’s Head (Inn), Wateringbury   28, 40, 108, 119, 120, 133

Phoenix Brewery, Wateringbury   16, 19, 20, 21, 22-25, 27, 28, 29, 32, 34, 50, 57, 99, 108, 156


Railway Hotel. Formerly Kent Arms (Nettlestead)   16, 17, 21, 24

Phoenix Drive, nos 5 & 6   23


The Harrow   24, 29, 78

Pizien Well   24, 42, 64, 77, 81, 82, 83, 84, 107


The Phoenix beer house, The   24, 29, 49

Poems, elegies, lines etc.


The Telegraph (Inn)   17, 18, 21, 29, 40

by Clarissa McCune   154


Wheatsheaf, formerly Barley Mow Beer Shop   82, 83

by Frances Greensted   92




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Quarry Hill Brewery, Tonbridge   24


Queen’s Head Inn, Wateringbury   28, 40, 108, 119, 120, 133

Queen's Head Hotel, Maidstone   151


Queen Victoria, portrait gift   9

Queen's Head Inn, Mereworth   88




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Railway Hotel. Formerly Kent Arms, Nettlestead   16, 17, 21, 24


Richard de Otringeberge   56

Red House / Lime Tree House / Morgenny House   107, 110


River Fencibles, Corps of   69

Redshaw. Chas. J.   10


Rookery, Canon Lane   136, 137, 146

Reeve, Abraham - Parish Clerk, Sexton etc.   64, 100, 108, 121, 130, 140


Rosary, Wateringbury Place   97

Reeve, Ann - Servant   124


Rose Cottage, near Upper Mill   104, 105

Reeve, John - Servant   124


Royal Victoria Brewery, Tonbridge   24

Rennie, Capt. R.N.   121


Roydon, Elizabeth   140

Rennie, Caroline Lucas   61, 108, 121


Roydon Hall/ Fortune   77, 81, 135, 139, 140

Rennie, Wyndham Georgina   61


Roydon, Thomas   140

Rev. Robert Earle’s School for Young Gentlemen   111, 123-125, 130, 138


Rusthall Lodge   34

Rice, Ernest (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125




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Saddler / Harness Maker’s shop   98, 109


Smith, Sydney Alfred - Brewer   42, 108

Sanders, John   118, 119


Southview (King family home & small school)   108, 119, 133

Sanders, Mrs. (Edward Ongley’s sister)   144


Spong, Master   94

Sawyer, Master   94


Spring in masonry arch, Canon Lane   136

Saxby, John   151


Squeers, Mrs.   124

Sayer, John and Alice   54


St. Michael’s Church, East Peckham   83, 140

Schools, Wateringbury


Stables, Brewery   21, 24

Dame School, Bow Road, Mrs. Rebecca Danes   3, 34, 35


Stage coach stopping place   151

Dame School, Canon Lane   135, 137


Stained-glass windows, church   56, 57

Dame School, Red Hill, Sarah Perrin  138


Starnes, Richard - Farmer   136

Day and small boarding school, Louisa and Elizabeth King   108, 119, 140


Station, Wateringbury   13, 14, 16, 21

National School or Wateringbury Boys’,  Red Hill   3, 44, 45, 46, 109, 130, 141


Stevens, Rebecca (later Jude)   42

School for Young Gentlemen, Rev. Robert Earle   111, 123-125, 130, 138


Stevens, Rev. Henry M.A.   54, 55, 62, 99, 108, 153

School for Young Ladies, Miss Mary Mercer   109, 118, 119


Stiles, Mr. - Schoolmaster   44, 46-48

Small school at Church Green, Miss Luck   105, 106/107


Stiles, Edward   48, 79

Scoles, Jasper   146


Stiles, Henry   48

Scoles, Mary   146


Stocks, Bow Road   36-38, 109

Scoles, Robert   146


Stone & Luck, Messrs   121

Scott, Thomas   104


Stone & Noakes, Messrs.   121

Seaman's Octant, William Crow’s   59


Stone, Mr. Benjamin   94

Seath, William - Farmer   136


Stone, Charlotte   112

Selbys, The   151


Stone family   112

Selves, Olive   85


Stone, Miss Susan - Lodging House Keeper   121

Senior, Master   94


Stone, Susannah   112

Senna tea (Mrs. Earle’s)   124


Storm, 1763.   56, 57, 90/91

Sex, Mary (later King)   135


Storm, September 1902.   95

Sexton's house, c.l902   55, 77


Streetons Farm, Danns Lane   147

Sharp family   152


Style, Lt. Gen. William, memorial tablet   60

Sharp, Jack   47


Style, Sir Charles, Bart.   53, 60

Sharp, John - Traveller for J.B. Jude   116


Style, Sir Humphrey   60

Sharp, Marjorie Florence   85


Style, Oliver, monument. 1622   60, 61

Shepherd, Rev. Robert   107


Style, Sir Oliver, 1703   74/75

Simpson - painter    69


Style, Sir Thomas, Bart, d.1637   60

Sign Shop, Phoenix Brewery   26


Style, Sir Thomas d.1768  53, 65

Sinclair, Peter - Overseer   79


Style, Sir Thomas d.19th cent.   118

Sir Ralph Abercrombie (ship)   4


Style, W., Master   94

Sir William’s Hill (Twysden)   135, 139


Sundial, Thomas Crow’s   58/59

Sketches & Glimpses, Poetry by GN   4


Swiss Cottage / Thatched House   101, 105, 110, 113

Smetham, H., - Strood historian   153




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Tapply, Richard - Brewer   24, 25, 43, 108


Thorndale (House)   24, 108

Taswell, Henry (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125


Tomlyn, Thomas   63

Taylor, James, Esq.   94


Torrington, Dowager, Viscountess   127

Telegraph (Inn), The   17, 18, 21, 29, 40


Townsend, Miss E.   94

Tenterden Brewery Co. Ltd.   43


Townsend, William   58

Templeton, Mrs Anna   108, 121


Truman Hanbury & Buxton, Messrs.   42

Thatched House / Swiss Cottage   101, 105, 110, 113


Tristan da Cunha   4, 6, 7, 9

The Beck, Church Green   106, 110


Tufa   57, 58

The Firs, Teston   42


Turnpike gatehouse   14, 21

The Fish Crown in Dispute  (Book)   148


Turret, Crow’s residence   59

The Harrow   24, 29, 78


Twisden, Master   94

The Laurels   42, 108, 122


Twisdens of Bradbourne Hall   94

The Limes   42, 108


Twyford, Hundred of   54, 62

The Lodge / Wateringbury Lodge   14, 23, 111


Twysden, Roger (1542-1603)   52, 140

The Old Home, Church Green   3, 9, 13, 55, 73, 88, 96, 111, 125, 158


Twysden, Sir Roger (1597-1672)   63

The Phoenix beer house   24, 29, 49


Twysden, Sir William J (Jarvis)   83, 139

The Telegraph (Inn)   17, 18, 21, 29, 40


Twysdens of Roydon Hall   81, 94, 139

The White House (formerly the Vicarage)   54, 99, 108, 140


Twysden, William of Chelmington   140


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Underwood   142


Upper Mill Farm   102-105

Upper Mill / Mill Pond (Brattles)   102, 103, 104


Ups and Downs in America, by Alfred Newman   4


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Vane (alias Fane), Family of   86


Vine House   108, 120

Vestry in Wateringbury Church   56, 61, 64


Vineries   96, 97

Veterinary surgeon (James Bray)   100, 108


Vintners’ Company of London   3, 69

Vicarage (now The White House)   54, 99, 108, 140




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Walford, Mrs. Elizabeth   101


West, James   51, 149

Walnut tree, giant, at Pelicans   50


West, William - Head Brewer   50, 109

Walpole, Horace   86, 87


Westburye Manor or Westburyes / Manor Farm   68, 78

Walter, John - Master plumber & painter   100, 108, 117, 118


Westmorland, Seventh Earl of    87

Walter, Mrs Stephen (Jane) - Stationer   109, 117


Wheatsheaf, formerly Barley Mow Beer Shop   82, 83

Walter, Stephen, Jnr   109, 117


Whetenhall, Margaret   140

Walter, Stephen, Snr   108


Whetenhall, William   140

Warden House / Warden Hall / Wardens   21, 30, 31, 32, 39, 73, 105, 138


Whirlwind, back of Vicarage   156

Warden Mill Pond   21, 30, 31, 34


Whitbread Fremlins   26

Warden Mill, includes Water Mill & Corn Mill   21, 30, 31, 32, 34


Whitbread Gold Label   26

Wardens Hill Brewery   22


Whitbread Inn Signs   25, 26

Water Mill, Upper (Brattles)   102, 103


Whitbread Inn Sign miniatures   26, 28

Wateringbury Cross / Cross Roads   36, 116, 118, 133


Whitbread & Co.   17, 25, 28, 29, 99

Wateringbury Hall   84, 85


White Upon Black, Book of narratives  by George Newman   8

Wateringbury Lodge / The Lodge  14, 23, 111


Whitehead, Charles   123, 151

Wateringbury, Manor of   45, 56, 68


Whitehead, Clara, (later Hanbury)   42

Wateringbury Place   3, 60, 65, 66, 68, 71,  105, 110, 118, 123, 137


White House, The  (formerly the Vicarage)   54, 99, 108, 140

Wateringbury Station   13, 14, 16, 21


Whitfield, Mrs Edith   85

Watermen’s Company   69


Whittaker, Mr. of Barming   151

Watermen’s Hall   68


Wilks, George (Robert Earle’s Pupil)   125

Waterspout at Wateringbury Place lake   156


Willcocks, Thomas   147

Watringbury, Gilbert de   146


Willcocks, William   147

Wayside Lyrics (Poetry book by GN)   4


Wingfield, Isabella, Hon.   60

Weathervane, Crow's residence   59


Winwick House   109, 138

Weathervane, church   64


Wolseley, Viscount Garnet   128

Weeks, Rosa   84, 85


Wood family of Warden Hall   30

Welfare Clinic, Children’s, Bow Road  19, 20


Wood, Ann - Servant   125

Well, deep, at Canon Court   117


Wood, Henry (Henricus), tomb & epitaph   73

Well-street   135


Woodbridge, Jas, J.P.   14, 64, 101, 111, 138

Wellington, Duke of   69


Workhouse / Poorhouse, near Pizien Well   79

Wells (draw-wells) near Chart Wood    143


Workhouse, Tonbridge Road   138, 140


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Yew Tree, grand old, in churchyard   76