-- various. 'Archaeologia Cantiana'. Publisher: Kent, England: Kent Archaeological Society, various dates.  Note:  The following volumes can be found on archive.org:  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 (1876), 11, 12, 13 (1880), 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32, 34, 35, vol. 1907 supplement.

  • General references to Maidstone: vol. 3, p. 246;  vol. 12, p. 230;  vol. 13, pp. 12, 169, 367, 558-9;  vol. 14, pp. 34, 47, 70, 73, 165, 167-8, 239, 342-3;  vol. 15, pp. 24, 68, 80-1, 88, 92, 123, 129, 169, 192, 203, 207, 227-8, 377;  vol. 16, pp. 55, 335;  vol. 17, pp. 153-60, 222, 245;  vol. 18, pp. 15-40;  vol. 46, pp. 12, 23, 145;  vol. 47, p. 129;  vol. 58, p. 46
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 20, pp. 5-48 passim, 65, 67, 162-178 passim, 217;
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 21, pp. 92, 175, 222, 235, 236, 237, 242, 316, 317, 318, 319;
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 22, pp. 85, 104, 209, 212, 219, 230, 273
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 23, pp. 9, 57, 66, 67, 74, 188, 189, 190
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 24, pp. 150, 154
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 25, p. 136
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 26, pp. 137, 141, 189
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 27, pp. 41, 167-176 passim
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 28, pp. 63, 239, 299
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 30, p. 87
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 31, p. 242
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 33, pp. 71-72
  • Maidstone (Maegdestane, Maidenestan), vol. 43, pp. 92, 274
  • All Saints census 1851, vol. 100, p. 416
  • All Saints Church, vol. 72, p. 7
  • All Saints Church, extracts from mariage registers of, vol. 82, pp. 103-104
  • All Saints Church, monument to Laurence Washington, vol. 80, p. 207
  • All Saints curates C17-19, vol. 99, pp. 167-168, 170
  • All Saints lamp, vol. 95, pp. 292, 293
  • All Saints parochial library, vol. 99, pp. 161-162, 166-173
  • All Saints sacrament certificate, vol. 101, p. 333
  • All Saints tiles, vol. 94, p. 89
  • All Saints Vicarage, vol. 78, p. xlv
  • All Saints Vicarage, vol. 80, pp. xlv, 205-214
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), extracts from parish registers, vol. 5, p. 233
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 47, p. 32
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 48, pp. 115-116
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 51, p. 213
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 55, p. 71
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 62, pp. 60, 66, 72
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 63, pp. 53, 119, 155
  • St. Mary's church (afterwards All Saints), vol. 64, p. 54
  • Allington Castle, bricks, vol. 108, p. 171
  • Allington Castle, sale of, vol. 105, p. 255
  • Allington cemetery, Belgic (illus.), vol. 94, pp. 127-138
  • Allington church, recorded by Griffiths 1844, vol. 103, p. 120n
  • Allington parish records, vol. 105, p. 259
  • almshouse foundation, vol. 75, p. 37
  • almshouses, vol. 101, p. 332
  • Anglo-Saxon cemetery, vol. 70, p. 110
  • Archbishop's Palace, vol. 15, p. ib., xl
  • Archbishop's Palace, vol. 24, p. 91, 95; vol. 25, p. 254; vol. 28, p. lvii, 358
  • Archbishop's Palace, vol. 71, pp. 126, 127
  • Archbishop's Palace, vol. 72, pp. 1, 2, 6, 7
  • Archbishop Courtenay's extension of, vol. 80, p. 205
  • Archbishop's Stables, vol. 81, p. 2
  • Archiepiscopal Manor, denns belonging to, vol. 76, p. 76
  • Archiepiscopal Manor, pannage rights vol. 76, p. 80
  • Area Archaeological Group, vol. 84, p. 242
  • Artificers, Guild of, vol. 22, p. 213
  • Assizes, vol. 32, 262
  • Assizes, C16, vol. 93, p. 143n
  • Assizes C19, vol. 104, pp. 15, 22
  • Astley family of Maidstone, vol. 71, p. 127
  • Astley family of Maidstone, vol. 73, pp. 125-141
  • Astley, Lord, inventory of possessions at Palace, vol. 73, pp. 134-140
  • Astley, Sir John land of, held by George Bylls, Robert Hallins and William Fremlyn, vol. 72, p. 11
  • Astley, land of, held by William Oxinall, vol. 72, p. 16
  • Astley, land of, held by John Warren, vol. 72, p. 16
  • Astley, land of, held by Steven Berry, vol. 72, p. 16
  • Astley, land of, held by William Horspoole, vol. 72, p. 16
  • Astley, dispute between Sir John and Mayor and Jurats, vol. 72, p. 9
  • Astley House, vol. 70, p. 18
  • Austen, John, gatekeeper, vol. 71, p. 191
  • Aylesford estates map C19, vol. 109, pp. 85n, 86, 104-105, 106
  • Bancks, Mr., vol. 72, p. 230
  • Bank Street, chemist works, recording & preservation, vol. 92, p. 252; vol. 93, p. 225
  • battle and capture of, vol. 9, p. 42
  • battle of 1648, Sir William Brockman defends, vol 103, p. 187
  • battle of 1648, eye-witness account, vol. 97, p. 209-220
  • Beale, Ambrose, Mayor, vol. 72, p. 9
  • bee boles in garden of National Provincial Bank, vol. 70, p. 240
  • bee boles, Maidstone Museum, vol. 107, pp. 114, 126
  • bee boles, The Palace, vol. 106, pp. 113, 127
  • Belgic, vol. 53, p. xliv
  • Belgic, cremation burial, vol. 78 pp. 194-196
  • Belgic pottery, vol. 78, p. 194
  • Belgic pottery, vol. 86, p. 74
  • Belgic remains, vol. 86, pp. 73-74
  • Bliss, Thomas, left property by Edmund Hodsall, vol. 72, p. 8
  • Bliss, Thomas sponsors building of workhouse, vol. 72m p.
  • Borough of, arms, vol. 26, p. 240
  • Borough, vol. 84, p. 110
  • Borough records, vol. 105, p. 268
  • boroughs, the four of, vol. 1, p. 161
  • Bourne, Francis, vol. 72, p. 9
  • Bown's Survey of, vol. 1, p. 160
  • Brasses, vol. 64, pp. 117-124
  • brewing at Maidstone, history of, vol. 89, p. 220; vol. 91, p. 210
  • brewing industry history of, vol. 86, p. 243
  • brewing industry, report on history of, vol. 87, p. 241
  • Brotherhood Hall, v. 15, p. xxxix
  • Brown and Son's Map of Maidstone in 1821, vol. 71, p. 127
  • Buckingham's rebellion, The Maidstone sector of , by Agnes Ethel Conway, vol. 36, p. 97-119
  • Bull Inn, meeting at 1830, vol. 107, p. 100
  • Burghmote Book, vol. 86, p. 224
  • Burghmote Court C17, vol. 99, p. 166-167
  • Byzantine coin, vol. 65, p. 193
  • Callant, John, vol. 72, p. 231
  • cast-iron designs, vol. 86, p. 182
  • chalybeate spring, vol. 86, pp. 223-224
  • Chillington House (museum), vol. 46, p. xxxix
  • Chillington House (museum), vol. 49, p. 189
  • Chillington House (museum), vol. 55, p. 58, 64
  • Chillington House (museum), vol. 62, pp. 135, 185
  • Chillington House, Charles Museum, vol. 99, pp. 170-171; vol. 103, p. 142
  • Chillington Manor, Barham family, vol. 100, p. 153
  • Chillington Manor House, vol. 72, pp. 218-219
  • Chillington Manor House, analysis of plant remains, vol. 80, p. 268
  • Chillington Manor House, glazed bricks, vol. 72, p. 220
  • Chillington Manor House, straw in wall plaster analysis, vol. 74, pp. 194-196
  • Church Street, excavations, vol. 89, p. 220
  • claims to be Vagniacae, vol. 1, p. 154;  et seq., vol. 2, p. 1;  vol 10, p. 170;  vol. 18, p. 182
  • cloth industry records, vol. 108, p. 80
  • cloth-making, vol. 65, pp. 202-203
  • Clinkard, Mr. vol. 72, p. 230
  • Clylmpson, Edward, leases property to John Hills, vol. 72, p. 8
  • Clympson, John, land granted to, vol. 78, p. 8
  • coaching services C19, vol. 98, pp. 195-199, 201-205, 207-208, 209, 210-212
  • coin boards, Church Street, vol. 89, p. 220
  • coin boards, Vinter's Park, vol. 101, p. 373, vol. 201, p. 271
  • coins Celtic, vol. 105, p. 305
  • coins Roman, vol. 91, p. 194; vol. 92, p. 233; vol. 93, p. 210; vol. 104, p. 358; vol. 105, p. 311
  • College, vol. 47, pp. 31, 46
  • College, vol. 48, pp. 115-116
  • College, vol. 63, p. 150
  • College, vol. 64, pp. 118-120
  • College of All Saints, vol. 82, p. 101
  • College of All Saints, builds house on Marsh at Hoo, vol. 66, p. 141
  • College of All Saints, Master's house restored, vol. 72, p. l.
  • College of Priests, Compotus, vol. 72, p. 218
  • conspiracy to burn the town, T., vol. 4, p. 72
  • Corpus christi Fraternity, vol. 97, p. 66; vol. 105 p. 268
  • Corpus Christi Fraternity accounts, vol. 72 p. 218
  • Corpus Christi Hall and Mill Street barn protected (A.M.A.), Bridge, vol. 57, p. 57
  • Corn Exchange, original plans by John Whichcord, vol. 77, p. 206
  • Corn mill, vol. 25, p. 254
  • County Hall, Royal Arms in, vol. 79, p. 164
  • Courtenay's tomb, Maidstone Church, vol. 1, pp. 178, 180
  • Courts, petty sessions, records, vol. 105, pp. 268-269
  • Courts, Quarter Sessions, C16, vol. 93, pp. 137-138, 143n
  • Courts, Quarter Sessions, C19, vol. 108, p. 87
  • Culpeper, Sir Thomas, vol. 72, p. 230
  • Culpeper, Sir William, vol. 71, p. 126
  • currier's knife, vol. 78, pp. 197-198
  • Curteis, George, Mayor, vol. 86, pp. 224-225
  • debtors, imprisonment of, in 19th century, vol. 66, p. 100
  • deeds, vol. 101, p. 335
  • Digons, vol. 15, p. xl
  • Drapers' Guild, vol. 22, 213
  • dues, vol. 45, 83
  • Dutch immigrants, vol. 29, p. 319
  • Earl's Place, vol. 17, p. 354
  • Earl Street, old carving in, vol. 4, p. 113
  • enclosures, vol. 56, p. 65
  • Filmer family, vol. 91, p. 103-104
  • fines of lands in, vol. 11, pp. 314, 334, 341, 342
  • fines of lands in, vol. 12, pp. 291, 293, 295, 300, 307, 308
  • fines of lands in, vol. 13, pp. 290, 292, 296, 315, 317
  • fines of lands in, vol. 14, pp. 241, 243, 246, 249, 251-2, 259, 264-5, 273, 275
  • fines of lands in, vol. 15, 273, 282, 285, 295, 302-3, 305, 308-9
  • fines of lands in, vol. 18, pp. 338, 339, 347, 348, 351
  • flanged axe, vol. 76, p. 21
  • Flemish settlement, vol. 22, p. 212
  • flint, arrowhead, vol. 83, p. 264
  • flint, scrapers, vol. 88, p. 208
  • freight to Rochester, vol. 2, p. 121
  • Fullagar family history, vol. 105, p. 254
  • fuller's earth production C17, vol. 99, pp. 74-75, 77-78
  • Gabriel's Hill tannery, vol. 108, p. 84n
  • gaol, vol 12, p. 376
  • gaol, vol. 14, p. 367
  • Gaol, vol. 21, p. 129; vol. 26, p. 201
  • gaol, architect of, vol. 100, p. 361
  • gaol, bondman released from C14, vol. 92, p. 147n
  • Gaol: building of new gaol by Charles Soane, vol. 70, pp 211-213
  • Gaol, description of, 1823, by Charles Powell, vol 81, p. 110
  • gaol, escape from C14, vol. 100, p. 226
  • gaol, historical source for, vol. 108, p. 87
  • gaol orphan, Cicely Stainer, vol. 80, p. 229
  • gaol, recorded in petty constable's accounts C19, vol. 104, pp. 21-22, 23n, 24
  • gaol, reform of and of house of correction, vol. 80, pp. 229-230
  • gaol, reform of County funds for gaol and house of correction, vol. 80, pp 230-231
  • Gaol, riot in, vol. 29, p. 319-320
  • gaol, treasurers of gaol fund, Andrew Broughton and John Collyns, vol. 80, p. 231
  • Gill, William, brewer and paper maker, vol. 71, p. 126
  • gin distillery, vol. 65, p. 79-84
  • Globe, The, public house, vol. 72, pp 8-9
  • gold armillae, vol. 70, p. 17
  • "Gooding", vol. 9, p. 79
  • handaxe, Mousterian, vol. 104, p. 352
  • Hart Inn, vol. 21, p. 319
  • Hart Street, buildings surveyed, vol. 89, p. 219
  • Hartridge, Robert, vol. 72, p. 218
  • Hasted documents, Maidstone Museum, vol. 97, pp. 235-236, 247-249
  • hatchment of Pape (Hedges and Hasted family), vol. 81, p. 87
  • Haute, Richard, vol. 71, p. 126
  • Hermitage Farm, burial group, vol. 94, p. 127-138
  • High Street, bee boles, vol. 106, pp. 117, 126
  • High Street, Blake's store, vol. 94, p. 285
  • High Street, building C14, vol. 93, p. 225
  • High Street, Pilgrims Cleaners, survey, vol. 92, p. 252
  • History of, reviewed, vol. 18, p. 451
  • Holy Trinity census 1851, vol. 100, p. 416
  • Holy Trinity inscriptions, transcripts of, vol. 101, p. 335
  • How, John, Mayor, vol. 86, p. 224-225
  • Iron Age pot, vol. 83, p. 263
  • ironwork decorative, vol. 92, pp. 74, 75, 79, 80, 82-83, 92, 95-99, 101
  • inventory of church goods (Rev. C. Eveleigh Woodruff), vol. 22, pp. 29-33
  • lecture by Mr. Beresford Hope, vol. 4, p. xxxviii
  • Lower Brewery of Isherwood, Foster and Stacey, vol. 88, p. 225
  • M.P's for, vol. 27, pp. 52, 58
  • Maidstone, Alan de (1259), vol. 3 p. 247
  • Maidstone, Ancelm de (1271), vol. 6, p. 238
  • Maidstone Antiquarian Society, records, vol. 101, p. 316
  • Maidstone Area Archaeological Group, survey Barming, St Cuthbert's Cottage (illus.), vol. 93, pp. 145-152
  • Maidstone, Ashford Railway, vol 71, p. 195
  • Maidstone, Ashford Turnpike Trust, vol. 71, pp. 194-195
  • Maidstone, bailiwick of, vol. 97, p. 56
  • Maidstone Bank, vol. 94, p. 219
  • Maidstone brooch, Romano-British, vol. 102, p. 268, 271
  • Maidstone chapels, Grove Road, records, vol. 105, p. 257
  • Maidstone chapels, King Street, census 1851, vol. 100, p. 417
  • Maidstone chapels, King Street, records, vol. 105, p. 257
  • Maidstone chapels, Providence, census 1851, vol. 100, p. 417
  • Maidstone chapels, Rose Yard, records, vol. 105, p. 257
  • Maidstone chapels, Week Street, records, vol. 105, p. 257
  • Maidstone chapels, West Borough, records, vol. 105, p. 257
  • Maidstone, Clement, as to the burial of Henry IV., vol. 8, p. 295
  • Maidstone college, vol. 1, p. 12
  • Maidstone college, vol. 11, p. 398
  • Maidstone college, vol. 12, p. 116
  • Maidstone college, vol. 14, p. 325
  • Maidstone college, vol. 15, p. 234
  • Maidstone College, vol. 97, p. 57n, 66
  • Maidstone college founded by Archbishop Courtenay, now belonging to Lord Romney, vol. 1, p. 41
  • Maidstone College, list of pensioned incumbents, vol. 2, pp. 61, 63
  • Maidstone College, Lord Cobham buys site of, vol. 82, pp. 82, 89
  • Maidstone Fair, vol. 22, p. 218
  • Maidstone Hundred, vol. 10, pp. 150, 161
  • Maidstone Hundred, vol. 12, p. 223, 233
  • Maidstone Hundred, vol. 46, p. 20
  • Maidstone Hundred, vol. 107, p. 49
  • Maidstone Industrial Music Club, records, vol. 105, p. 256
  • Maidstone Johanna, vol. 13, p. 296
  • Maidstone, Johanna de, vol. 20, p. 178
  • Maidstone, John de, vol. 2, p. 134
  • Maidstone, John de (8 Edw. II.), vol. 13, p. 296
  • Maidstone, John de (Eastchurch, 1352), vol. 14, p. 385
  • Maidstone, John de (4 Edw. III.), vol. 18, p. 347
  • Maidstone, John, vol. 25, p. 261
  • Maidstone Journal and the swing riots 1827-1830, vol. 107, pp. 89-106
  • Maidstone manor, vol. 23, p. 34; vol. 31, p. 213; vol. 38, p. 2
  • Maidstone Manor, vol. 88, pp. 174, 177, 181
  • Maidstone Manor, acquired by Crown, vol 81, p. 95
  • Maidstone Manor, belonging to Archbishop, vol. 81, p 262
  • Maidstone Manor, Cranmer exchanges with Henry VIII for lands elsewhere, vol. 82, p. 89
  • Maidstone Manor, land measurement, vol. 109, pp. 32n, 35
  • Maidstone Manor, saltpans, vol. 107, p. 43n
  • Maidstone Manor, survey of 1650, vol. 82, p. 90
  • Maidstone Manor, transferred to Crown C16, vol. 97, p. 66
  • Maidstone, Mary, a foundling, vol. 29, p. 322
  • Maidstone Museum, vol. 4, p. 33
  • Maidstone Museum, vol. 15, pp. xxxvii, 79, 80
  • Maidstone Museum, vol. 71, 215
  • Maidstone Museum, vol. 74, p. 92
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1974 (illus.), vol. 89, pp. 208-214
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1975 (illus.), vol. 91, pp. 192-195
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1976 (illus.), vol. 92, pp. 229-233
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1977 (illus.), vol. 93, pp. 207-212
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1978 (illus.), vol. 94, pp 264-268
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1979 (illus.), vol. 95, pp. 294-299
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1981 (illus.), vol. 97, pp. 399-394
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1984 (illus.), vol. 101, pp. 363-379
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1986 (illus.), vol. 103, pp. 250-260
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1987 (illus.), vol. 14, pp. 350-367
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1988 (illus.), vol. 105, pp. 297-320
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1989 (illus.), vol. 107, pp. 395-409
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1990 (illus.), vol. 108, vol. 281-294
  • Maidstone Museum, archaeological notes 1991 (illus.), vol. 109 pp. 338-349
  • Maidstone Museum, brass, monumental, vol. 103, pp. 245, 246, 247-249
  • Maidstone Museum, bronze mortar in, vol. 76, p. 200
  • Maidstone Museum, finds from Thurnham, vol. 103, pp. 141-143, 146
  • Maidstone Museum, manuscripts and rare books in, vol. 11, pp. 189-198
  • Maidstone Museum, new room devoted to medieval Kent, vol 66, p. xliii
  • Maidstone Museum, opening of Charles Museum, vol. 70, pp. 7, 8
  • Maidstone Museum, presentation of collections to the Museum, vol. 70, p. 269
  • Maidstone Museum, Ruck, Walter, Librarian, vol. 70, p. 31
  • Maidstone Museum, wooden horses presented to Museum, vol. 70, p. 273
  • Maidstone Ophthalmic hospital, vol. 97, p. 93
  • Maidstone, Osbert of, vol. 20, p. 68
  • Maidstone rag-stone, vol. 2, p. 114
  • Maidstone, Ralph de, vol. 20, p. 178
  • Maidstone religious census 1851, vol. 100, pp. 400-406, 408, 416-418
  • Maidstone Schools Swimming Association, records, vol. 105, p. 256
  • Maidstone, Simon, vol. 51, pp. 69, 78, 81, 86, 90, 104
  • Maidstone Society, records, vol. 101, p. 316
  • Maidstone, Thomas de, vol. 13, p. 296
  • Maidstone, Viscount, G. W. H. Finch-Hatton, vol. 83, p. 153
  • Maidstone, Viscountess, vol. 11, pp. 228, 229
  • Maidstone, Viscountess, vol. 22, p. 90
  • Maidstone, Viscountess of, Elizabeth, vol. 83, p. 153
  • Maidstone, Walter, vol. 13, p. 296
  • Maidstone, Walter of Bishop of Worcester, vol. 57, p. 9
  • Maidstone Waterworks Company, records, vol. 105, pp. 253-254
  • Mangravet Wood, vol. 59, pp. 30, 33, 35
  • manor surveys, vol. 4, p. 115
  • map-makers C17, vol. 109, p. 72-73
  • market, vol. 108, pp. 74-75
  • Mason, William, vol. 69, p. 176-177
  • Mayor, vol. 17, p. 354-5, 363
  • Medieval, vol. 55, pp. 58, 60, 62, 64
  • Medieval, bronze gilt bowl, vol. 82, p. 294
  • medieval crypt, vol. 24, p. 224
  • Medieval, glazed 'butterpot', vol. 82, pp. 294-296
  • Medieval kiln, vol. 72, p. 234
  • Medieval, pottery, vol. 70, p. 63
  • Medieval, pottery kiln, vol. 82, pp. 294-296
  • Mill Street, vol. 25, p. 254
  • Mills, belonging to Christ Church, Canterbury, vol. 82, pp. 88-89, 93
  • Mills, Bridge Mill, vol. 88, pp. 181-186
  • Mills, Christians Mill, vol. 71, pp. 125-126
  • Mills, Christians Mill, vol. 82, pp. 87-88
  • Mills, Church Mill, vol. 71, pp. 127-129
  • Mills, Church Mill, vol. 82, pp. 93-100
  • Mills, College fulling mill, vol. 88. p. 181
  • Mills, College fulling mill, listed in Domesday Book, vol. 82, p. 102
  • Mills, Great Ivy Mill, vol. 87, pp 70-78
  • Mills, Lenworth Mill, vol. 71, p. 127
  • Mills, Mill Lane Mills, vol. 71, pp. 127-129
  • Mills, Padsole Mill, vol. 71, pp. 126-127
  • Mills, Padsole Mill, vol. 82, pp. 88-93
  • Mills, Tovil Mill, Lower, vol. 88, pp. 177-181
  • Mills, Tovil Mill, Lower, vol. 87, p. 73
  • Mills, Turkey Paper Mills, vol. 69, p. 176
  • Mills, Turkey Mill, vol. 92, p. 252
  • Mills, Upper Tovil Mill, vol. 88, pp. 174-177
  • miller, William Purtis, vol. 71, pp. 125, 128
  • Mote, vol. 28, p. 173
  • Mote, building of, records, vol. 108, p. 86
  • Mote, moated site, vol. 93, p. 222
  • Mote, toll gate, vol. 100, p. 358n
  • Mount family visit 1759, vol. 69, pp. 176-177
  • Mount, The, excavations, 1975, vol. 91, pp. 209-210
  • Mount, The, excavations, 1976, vol. 92, p. 252
  • Mount, The, excavations, 1977, vol. 93, p. 224
  • Mount, The, excavations, 1978, vol. 94, p. 284
  • Neolithic (?) celt, vol. 63, p. xliii
  • Neolithic axe, vol. 83, p 264
  • Neolithic axe, vol. 92, p. 233
  • Neolithic, early Bronze Age, beaker, vol. 76, p. 19
  • Neolithic, flint arrowhead, vol. 72, p. 223
  • Newark, Hospital of, vol. 48, p. 115
  • Newark, Hospital of, vol. 51, p. 213
  • Newark, Hospital of, vol. 66, p. 152
  • Newark House, key found with skeletons at, vol. 66, p. 152
  • non-conformity C17, vol. 99, pp. 188-189
  • non-conformity 1851, vol. 100, pp. 401, 403-406, 408, 417-418
  • Norman masonry, early, vol. 24, p. 91-95
  • Norman schist hone, vol. 85, p. 196
  • parish registers (burials), notes from, (Herbert Monckton), vol. 29, pp. 319-322
  • parishes, records, vol. 105, p. 263
  • Park house, vol. 15, p. 69-70
  • Park house, vol. 17, p. 256
  • pavement commissioners, records, vol. 105, p. 268
  • Penenden Heath, assembly C11, vol. 91, p. 48; vol. 96, pp. 120, 123-124
  • Penenden Heath, court sessions, vol. 91, p. 192; vol. 93, p. 137
  • Penenden Heath, execution 1655, vol. 109, p. 168
  • Penenden Heath, meeting 1830, vol. 100, p. 376; vol. 107, pp. 101-102
  • Penenden Heath, moot, vol. 104, p. 103
  • Penenden Heath, toll gate, vol. 100, p. 357
  • physicians C18, vol. 89, pp. 13, 22
  • place-name, vol. 92, p. 24
  • plague, vol. 29, p. 319
  • plague, C16, vol. 100, p. 239
  • Plomley Museum, vol. 76, pp. 198-199
  • Poor Relief, vol. 75, pp. 23, 58-59
  • pot, containing treasure trove, vol. 65, p. 189-191
  • pottery found, prehistoric, vol. 27, p. lxxvi-lxxvii
  • Pottery, Iron Age, vol. 51, p. 168
  • quarries used for its buildings, vol. 1, p. 157
  • Quarter-Sessions orders 1625-1651, vol. 80, pp 227-238
  • rag from, in Rochester Castle, vol. 26, p. 118
  • Randall, Messrs. Mercers Bank, vol 70, p. 18
  • Records Building, building of new, vol. 66, pp. 64-65
  • rectory, vol. 26, p. 224
  • rectory, siege, vol. 38, p. 1-3
  • rental, vol. 9, p. 186
  • road scheme C19, vol. 109, pp. 104-105, 106
  • Roman, vol. 1, p. 154
  • Roman, vol. 2, p. 143
  • Roman, vol. 10, pp. 163-172
  • Roman, vol. 15, pp. 68-80
  • Roman, vol. 50, p. 147
  • Roman burials, vol. 45, p. xliii
  • Roman coins, vol. 48, p. 249
  • Roman road, vol. 59, p. 29f
  • Roman villa, excavation of, vol. 70, p. 23
  • Romney, John, Mayor, vol. 82, p. 181
  • St. Faith's census 1851, vol. 100, p. 417
  • St. Faith's Church, vol. 62, p. 130
  • St. Peter's census 1851, vol. 100, p. 417
  • St. Peter's Church vol. 48, p. 115
  • St. Philip's census 1851, vol. 100, p. 417
  • St. Stephen's census 1851, vol. 100, p. 417
  • Saxon antiquities at, vol. 1, p. 44
  • School, Bluecoat, vol. 29, p. 322
  • School, Grammar, vol. 31, p. 274
  • School, Grammar, vol. 75, pp. 77, 93
  • Schools, Grammar, vol. 102, p. 271; vol. 109, p. 74
  • Schools, Grammar, 1833-82, vol. 120
  • Schools, McCabe Commercial, records, vol. 105, p. 256
  • Sherbourne, James, Mayor, vol. 86, pp. 224-225
  • Shire Hall, records, vol. 108, p. 87
  • Shire House, survey, vol. 91, pp. 192-193
  • sinful custome of sports, vol. 63, p. 154
  • sockets for tapers, vol. 4, p. 116
  • Sterwyn, Richard, Keeper of Spittlehouse at Key Street, bond made with, vol. 82, p. 181
  • Stone M., vol. 63, 151
  • Stone Street and Wyke Street, vol. 10, p. 169
  • storming of, vol. 45, pp. 57, 58
  • swans, privilege of keeping, vol. 47, p. 59
  • swing riots, vol. 107, pp. 101-102
  • T., vol. 3, pp. 74, 77, 79, 80, 81, 89, 90
  • T., vol. 4, pp. 72, 75, 78, 84
  • Tassel's Quarry, Romano-British site, vol. 94, pp. 127-128
  • Tithe Barn, museum formed, vol. 45, p. xlv-xlvi
  • tithes, vol. 89, p. 108
  • Turner, John at gaol, vol. 99, p. 188
  • turnpike trusts, vol. 100, pp. 346-347, 349-350, 351n, 352-355, 357-361, 363, 364n, 368-369; vol. 102, p. 172; vol. 104, pp. 17n, 19n
  • Viking axe, vol. 49, pp 285-286
  • villas, Romano-British, grammar school site, vol. 102, p. 271
  • wages paid in Elizabeth's reign, vol. 22, pp. 316-319
  • Waterside foundry, vol. 95, p. 243
  • Week Street, kiln at, vol. 69, p. 149
  • Weldish, William, Mayor, vol. 86, pp. 224-225
  • Westborough House, building survey, vol. 93, pp. 202, 203, 204, f204
  • Westre, ib.; The Mote, vol. 62, pp. 60, 86
  • Westre, ib.; The Mote, vol. 64, p. 124
  • Whetland, Daniel, Mayor, vol. 86, pp. 224-225
  • Wickham collection, Maidstone Museum, vol. 99, p. 199
  • Willington, Stone Cottages, vol. 89, p. 219
  • witch trial 1652, vol. 91, p. 104
  • Woodville family, Mote, vol. 100, p. 220
  • Wotton's, John , tomb, vol. 1 p. 180
  • Wyatt family of Allington, vol. 97, p. 63
  • Wyatt's rebellion, vol. 39, p. 169
  • Wydville brass in, vol. 1, p. 178
  • Wyke manor house, v. 15, p. xxxix

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