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    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of the Holy Trinity or Christ Church , Canterbury

    den, Ickham , Bramling , Adisham , Eastry , Monkton and Brooksend, and the churches of Farningham , Meopham , Halstow , Milton , Faversham , Sheldwich , Preston , East Peckham , Boughton under Blean , Cranbrook , Tenterden Victoria County History

    All Souls College ALL SOULS COLLEGE ALL SOULS, Medieval Staircase Plan

    ; and in Kent , where they were most numerous, at Googy Hall, Hope All Saints , Ivychurch , Brenset, Halstow , Horsham , Boyworth, Newenton, Reynham, Hartlip , Wade, Bobbing , Deptling, Scotney, Bleching, Okeholt, Lydd , Broomhill , Victoria County History

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    St. Giles's Hosp., Halliford , in Shepperton , Halliford Sch. , Shepperton , Hallingbury , Hen. of, Hallstatt culture , Halstow , Lower, Kent , Halton , Bucks., n Ham , Surr., n , n Ham , East, Essex , Victoria County History


    Hallum , Robert, 39 Hals , Franz, 237 Halse [Hals ] , John, Bp. of Lichfield , 108, 122, 125 Halstow ( Kent ), 175 Halton , Timothy, 137, 138, 330 n Ham , John, 247 Ham , High (Som.), Victoria County History

    OLDCASTLE, Sir John (c.1370-1417), of Almeley, Herefs. and Cobham, Kent.

    a certain ‘pretended chaplain’ named John, dwelling with Oldcastle, had been preaching heresy and lollardy in the churches of Hoo, Halstow and Cooling, and especially in the last. He then ordered the dean to cite the chaplain, and to place History of Parliament

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