Transcribed by Michael Coomber, graciously provided to the Kent OPC for display.
Contributors of additional abstracts are noted by their initials placed in square brackets at the end of the source citation.
Source: Mist's Weekly Journal (London, England), Saturday, October 15, 1726; Issue 78.
The Rev. Mr. R. FLETCHER presented to the Vicarage of Bobbing, in Kent, by William TINDALL, Esq.
Source: Gloucester Journal (Gloucester, England), Tuesday, November 4, 1729; Issue 396.
Mr. Thomas CLENDON, presented to the Living of Reculver, in the Diocese of Canterbury.
Source: Daily Advertiser (London, England), Friday, April 30, 1731; Issue 75.
A few Days ago the Rev. Mr. GEERING was presented by his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, to the Rectory of Lewisham, in the County of Kent, vacant by the Death of the Rev. Mr. MURPHEW.
Source: London Evening Post (London, England), April 20, 1738; Issue 1628.
COUNTRY NEWS -
Canterbury, April 19.
The Rev. Mr. Robert GASCOIGNE was lately inducted into the Vicarage of Herne, to which he was preferr'd by the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Rectory of Newenden is thereby become void, which is likewise in his Grace's Gift.
Source: St. James's Evening Post (London, England), Saturday, March 21, 1747; Issue 5800.
Canterbury, March 21.
The Rev. Mr. Jacob-Omer is presented to the Vicarage of St. John at Margate in Thanet, being void, and for many Years laps'd to the Crown, by Cession or Death of the last Vicar.
Source: Whitehall Evening Post or London Intelligencer, Tuesday, September 26, 1749; Issue 567.
The Rev. Mr. John JACOB, M. A. was collated the Week before Last to the Living of St. John, at Margate in Kent, by his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, vacant by the Death of the Rev. Mr. Jacob OMER.
London Evening Post (London, England), January 30, 1750 - February 1, 1750; Issue 3472.
Last Week the Rev. Arthur SPENDER, M. A. was instituted by the Right Rev. Father in God Joseph Lord Bishop of Rochester, to the Vicarage of Hadlow, near Tunbridge in Kent, a Living worth upwards of 200 Pounds per Annum.
Source: London Chronicle (Semi-Annual) Thursday, August 25, 1757; Issue 103.
Yesterday a Dispensation passed the Seal to enable the Rev. Wheeler TWYMAN, M.A. Chaplain to Lord Viscount IRVIN, to hold the Rectory of Sturry, in Kent, and also the Rectory of Luddenham, in the same County, worth together 250L. per Annum.
Source: Public Advertiser, (London, Middlesex), 6 Oct. 1764, p. 3. [SDY]
The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury has collated the Rev. Dr. Fowell, one of his Grace's Chaplains, to the Rectory of Chartham in Kent, vacant by the death of the Rev. Mr. Foster and yesterday a dispensation passed the Great Seal to empower him to hold the said Rectory, with that of Hunton in the same county, to which he was also some time since collated by his Grace.
Source: Middlesex Journal or Chronicle of Liberty (London, Engand), Saturday, January 11, 1772; Issue 435.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has presented the Rev. Henry GOODRICKE, to the Vicarage of Godmersham, with the chapel of Challock annexed, void by the resignation of Rev. Mr. D'Aeth.
Source: St. James's Chronicle or the British Evening Post (London, England), Thursday, February 10, 1780; Issue 2952.
Yesterday a Dispensation passed the Great Seal to enable the Rev. Charles WHITEHEAD to hold the Vicarage of EAST GRINSTEAD, in Sussex, with the Rectory of ASH, near WROTHAM.
Source: Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, November 17,1810; Issue 3003.
The Rev. William Frederick BAYLAY, M. A. F. A. S. of Emmanuel College, has been collated, by his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, to the vicarage of St. John, Margate, void by the death of the Rev. W. CHAPMAN.
Source: The Guardian (London, Middlesex), Wednesday, November 02, 1870, p. 1288. [SDY]
A curate is required, at Christmas, for the Parish Church of Faversham, Kent. Stipend 120l. per annum. Strong and clear voice for large church. No extreme views. Address the Vicar, Faversham.
Source: The Derby Mercury, Wednesday, 24 May 1882, issue 8732. [SDY]
PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS.
Rev. William LEGG; vicar of Swingfield. Patron, the Crown, by lapse.
Rev. William LILLIE; vicar of Brenzett. Patron, the Crown, by lapse.
Rev. William PETERSON, vicar of Sissinghurst; rector of Biddenden. Patron, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Rev. Thomas Vincent WILLIAMS; vicar of All Saints', Shooter's-hill.
Source: The Brandon Daily Sun (Canada) January 18, 1905.
A. R. ELLERINGTON, chief constable of Margate, was on Dec. 21 appointed chief constable of St. Helens, at a salary of £300 a year. There were 69 applicants.