Issue 28, November 2012

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Index:

Front Cover: Who Was Waghorn's Father?

Turning the Clocks Back

The Plaque to Charles Roach Smith FSA; The Live Bait Squadron; Gillingham's Will Adams Festival

Heritage News

Charles Roach Smith - Acclaimed Archaeologist and Strood Resident, Sue Haydock

The Will Adams Festival, Medway Council's Senior Communications Officer, Lisa Caleno

Thomas Fletcher Waghorn Revealed! Amanda Thomas and Dr. Andrew Ashbee

Keeping up with the Victorians

Local Businesses through the Advertising of the Day, Alison Thomas

William Bartholomew - A Man of Probity

Part Four: Bartholomew’s Free Church, Pauline Weeds

A Token in Time

Part Two - Chatham Trade Tokens, Catharina Clement

Great Expectations in Post-War Medway, Brian Joyce

Magnum Opus, Cindy O'Halloran

Lillechurch: a thousand years of a farm at Higham in Kent by Ian Milton

Lest we Forget

A series of special articles in recognition of November's Remembrance Sunday

The Live Bait Squadron, Tessa Towner

John Butler and HMS Cressy, Brian Butler

War-Time Memories: Just Another ‘Incident,’ Bob Ratcliffe

The V2 Rocket at the Royal Engineers Museum, Amanda Thomas

Mystery Photos

A new series of unidentified photographs; Jean Skilling: Castle Cottage, Cooling

Archives Update, Alison Cable

Outreach Working; New Archive Collections

Cindy’s Little Gems, Cindy O’Halloran

William Aikman

The Victoria County History, Dr Sandra Dunster

A Young Girl’s Week Before Christmas, Brompton 1860

Charles Roach Smith on Thomas Fletcher Waghorn

Back Cover: a Christmas card from William Aikman