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Old Books - Edward Hasted's Kent
Derived from his famous work, ďThe History and Topography of the County of KentĒ 1797
Essentials for Local Historians, Genealogists & Family Historians
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Foots Cray, North Cray, Ruxley, St Mary Cray, St Paulís Cray

AUTHOR: Edward Hasted
FIRST PUB.: 1797 (12 vol., 2nd Edition)
THIS EDITION: 2009
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48 pages

Hasted's famous description and history of Kent remains a definitive work, and is still quoted by modern historians. This is a re-print of the pages relating to the places named above, with their history (as understood in the 18th century) covering the period from the Norman Conquest to the end of the 1700's. Details include a topographical description, local places of note (houses, estates, manors, charities, also bequests, almshouses, etc) and sometimes detailed genealogies of the local "notable" (i.e. rich) families.