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Kent Parishes


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© 2004, Peter J. Stuart
© 2004, Peter J. Stuart


Kent Parishes

It is conceded that the accompanying map is a simple representation of individual parish boundaries and in some cases the exact shape of an individual boundary may be over-simplified. For that reason, researchers are advised to consult individual parish maps for exact details.  The purpose of the map is to assist researchers identify the various parishes that adjoin any given parish.

The list of Kent parishes below relate to the map provided above.  Some parishes are split in two by other parishes and the map shows the divided areas. An example is that of Bapchild, which is divided by the parish of Tonge.  To assist you, all parts of a split parish carry the same background colour and ID reference.  The ID system used is alpha-numeric.  A parish marked with the ID reference B40, for example, is the fortieth parish to begin with the letter B.

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy any errors or omissions will be gratefully received.

Index to Kent Parishes

IDParish
A1Acol
A2 Acrise
A3Addington
A4Adisham
A5Aldington
A6Alkham
A7Allington
A8Appledore
A9Ash
A10Ashford
A11Aylesford
B1Badlesmere
B2Bapchild
B3Barfreston
B4Barham
B5Bearsted
B6Bekesbourne
B7Benenden
B8Bethersden
B9Betteshanger
B10Bicknor
B11Biddenden
B12Bilsington
B13Birchington
B14Birling
B15 Bishopsbourne
B16Blackmanstone
B17Blean
B18Bobbing
B19Bonnington
B20Borden
B21Boughton Aluph
B22Boughton Aluph
B23Boughton Malherbe
B24Boughton Monchelsea
B25Boughton Under Blean
B26Boxley
B27Brabourne
B28Bredgar
B29Bredhurst
B30Brenchley
B31Brenzett
B32Bridge
B33Brook
B34Brookland
B35Broomfield
B36Broomhill
B37Buckland
B38Buckland (Dover)
B39Burnham
B40Burmarsh
C1Canterbury
C2Canterbury St. Dunstan
C3Canterbury St. Martin
C4Canterbury St. Mary Bredin
C5Canterbury St. Mary Northgate
C6Canterbury St. Paul
C7Capel
C8Caple Le Ferne
C9Chalk
C10Challock
C11Charing
C12Charlton
C13Chart Sutton
C14 Chartham
C15 Chatham
C16 Cheriton
C17 Chilham
C18 Chillenden
C19 Chislet
C20 Cliffe
C21 Cobham
C22 Coldred
C23 Cooling
C24 Cranbrook
C25 Crundale
C26 Cuxton
D1 Davington
D2 Deal
D3 Denton
D4 Detling
D5 Ditton
D6 Doddington
D7 Dover St. James
D8Dover St. Mary
D9Dover St. Mary In The Castle
D10Dunkirk
D11Dymchurch
E1East Barming
E2East Bridge
E3East Farleigh
E4East Langdon
E5East Malling
E6East Peckham
E7East Sutton
E8Eastchurch
E9Eastling
E10Eastry
E11Eastwell
E12Ebony
E13Egerton
E14Elham
E15Elmley
E16Elmsted
E17Elmstone
E18Ewell
E19Eythorne
F1Fairfield
F2Faversham
F3Folkestone
F4Fordwich
F5Frinsbury
F6Frinsted
F7Frittenden
G1Gillingham
G2Godmersham
G3Goodnestone (Canterbury)
G4Goodnestone (Faversham)
G5Goudhurst
G6Graine
G7Graveney
G8Gravesend
G9Great Chart
G10Great Mongeham
G11Guston
H1Hackington
H2Hadlow
H3Halling
H4Halstow
H5Ham
H6Harbledown
H7Harrietsham
H8Hartlip
H9Harty
H10Hastingleigh
H11Hawkhurst
H12Hawkinge
H13Headcorn
H14Herne
H15Herne Hill
H16High Halden
H17High Halstow
H18Higham
H19Hinxhill
H20Hoath
H21Hollingbourne
H22Hoo All Hallows
H23Hoo St. Mary
H24Hoo St. Werbergh
H25Hope
H26Horsmonden
H27Hothfield
H28Houghham
H29Hucking
H30Hunton
H31Hythe
I01Ickham
I02Ivychurch
I03Iwade
K1Kenardington
K2Kennington
K3Kingsdown
K4Kingsnorth
K5Kingston
K6 Knowlton
L1Lamberhurst
L2Langley
L3Leaveland
L4 Leeds
L5Lenham
L6Leybourne
L7Leysdown
L8Linton
L9Littlebourne
L10Little Chart
L11Little Mongeham
L12Loose
L13Lower Hardres
L14Luddenham
L15Luddesdown
L16Lydd
L17Lydden
L18Lyminge
L19Lympne
L20Lynsted
M1Maidstone
M2Marden
M3Margate
M4 Mereworth
M5 Mersham
M6 Midley
M7Milsted
M8Milton (Canterbury)
M9Milton (Gravesend)
M10Milton Regis
M11Minster (Sheppey)
M12Minster In Thanet
M13Molash
M14Monks Horton
M15Monkton
M16Murston
N1Nettlestead
N2New Romney
N3Newchurch
N4Newenden
N5Newington-Hythe
N6Newington
N7Newnham
N8Nonington
N9Northbourne
N10Norton
O1Oare
O2Offham
O3Old Romney
O4Orgarswick
O5Orlestone
O6Ospringe
O7Otham
O8Otterden
O9Oxney
P1Paddlesworth
P2Patrixbourne
P3Pembury
P4Petham
P5Pluckley
P6Postling
P7Poulston
P8Preston-next-Wingham
P9Preston-next-Faversham
Q1Queenborough
R1Rainham
R2Ramsgate
R3Reculver
R4Ringwould
R5Ripple
R6River
R7Rochester
R8Rodmersham
R9Rolvenden
R10Ruckinge
R11Ryarsh
S1Saltwood
S2Sandhurst
S3Sandwich St. Clement
S4Sandwich St. Mary
S5Sandwich St. Peter
S6Sarre
S7Seasalter
S8Sellindge
S9Selling
S10Sevington
S11Shadoxhurst
S12Sheerness
S13Sheldwich
S14Shorne
S15Shoulden
S16Sibbertswould
S17Sittingbourne
S18Smarden
S19Smeeth
S20Snargate
S21Snave
S22Snodland
S23St. Lawrence in Thanet
S24St. Margaret at Cliffe
S25St. Mary in the Marsh
S26St. Nicholas at Wade
S27St. Peter in Thanet
S28Stalisfield
S29Stanford
S30Staple
S31Staplehurst
S32Stelling
S33Stockbury
S34Stodmarsh
S35Stoke
S36Stonar
S37Stone
S38Stone in Oxney
S39Stourmouth
S40Stowting
S41Strood
S42Sturry
S43Sutton
S44Sutton Valance
S45Swalecliffe
S46Swingfield
T1Tenterden
T2Teston
T3Teynham
T4Thanington
T5Throwley
T6Thurnham
T7Tilmanstone
T8Tonge
T9Trotterscliffe
T10Tudsley
T11Tunstall
U1Ulcombe
U2Upchurch
U3Upper Hardres
W1Waldershare
W2 Walmer
W3Waltham
W4Warden
W5Warehorne
W6Wateringbury
W7West Farleigh
W8West Hythe
W9West Langdon
W10West Malling
W11West Peckham
W12Westbere
W13Westcliffe
W14Westfield
W15Westwell
W16Whitstable
W17Wickhambreux
W18Willesborough
W19Wingham
W20Wittersham
W21Womenswold
W22Woodchurch
W23Woodnesborough
W24Wooton
W25Wormshill
W26Worth
W27Wouldham
W28Wychling
W29 Wye
Y1Yalding

Maps supplied courtesy of Peter J. Stuart - Please notify any errors to Pjstuart187 [at sign] aol.com


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Map of the parishes of Kent

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West Kent Map                         East Kent Map


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Roman Roads in Kent

The most famous Roman Road 'Watling Street' is the name given to a long straight road that the Romans built from the Kent coast, up through London towards Leicester. The road then bent round to North Wales. It consisted of 11 straight lines that might change direction where they met.

Watling Street was built to assure that the Roman Army would be able march quickly and easily into central England once they arrived at the shore.

Much of Watling Street is used as roadway, today, and many parts of it are still called by the same name.

Green roads - The course of this road is known
Red roads - The course of this road is uncertain


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