Issue 52, November 2018



Front Cover: Men of the Medway Towns: The Ultimate Sacrifice, 1918-1919.

Inside Front Cover: World War One Items Reunited by The Clock Tower.

Chairman’s Letter, Elaine Gardner.

Secretary’s Report, Odette Buchanan.

World War One Items Reunited by The Clock Tower, Elaine Gardner.

The FOMA Collection, Elaine Gardner and Amanda Thomas.

News from FOMA Members:
Will of Sarah Hillman, née Hemmington, of Gravesend, Brenda Paternoster and Cindy O’Halloran;
New Chatham Dockyard Historical Society WWI Research Papers, Colin Allen.

Soldiers’ Stories on Our Streets, Abby Found.

Not Just The Workhouse – The Kent Poor Law Union Index, Deborah Collins.

What and Why?
The Kidwell Memorial Clock Tower and Shelter, Kevin Russell.

What a Phone Call can Lead to … , Ian Smith;
Part 1: Heir Hunters.

Rochester High Street Through the Eyes of a Child in the Early 1950s, Julie Gay;
Part 3: From Northgate Onwards.

When is an Oast not an Oast, Hazel Thorn;
Part 3: When this Oast is a Jewel in the Community.

Travels of a Tin Trunk, Michael Baker;
Part 9: Ireland and England, 1893 – 98.

Editor's Footnotes, Amanda Thomas;
The Thankful Villages of World War One.
Readers’ Letters: Documents; John Thomas Hawes; Textus Roffensis.

Inside Back and Back Covers: Soldiers’ Stories on Our Streets.


 


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