Issue 22, May 2011

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Front Cover: MALSC is Archive of the Year!

The Crispin and Crispianus Public House, Strood, Odette Buchanan.

The River Medway: Industry and Development;
A talk at MALSC
, Amanda Thomas.

An Appeal for the Missing Families of the Gillingham Park Tragedy of 1929, Elaine Nutton

Oak Apple Day, Betty Cole.

Common Sense or Just Plain Lune-y?, Odette Buchanan.

Mud, Glorious Mud!, Sue Haydock.

Archives Update
, Alison Cable;
Quarterly Report for the Archives of Great Expectations: January to March 2011.

Edwin Harris – Recollections of Rochester, Alison Thomas;
Richard Watts and his Famous Charity
Part Two

From Gipsy Tent to Pulpit: Rodney Smith in Chatham 1879-80, Brian Joyce.

Chatham Dockyard and its Defences: a future World Heritage Site
, Joanne Cable.

Great Lines Heritage Park: From The Great Lines to a Great Park
, Nina Robinson

Quaker Education and Schooling 1775-1840, Catharina Clement;
Part Four
Richard Weston’s School 1820-1829.

Cindy’s Little Gems, Cindy O’Halloran;
Remembering Sgt R. F. Arnold of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

Magnum Opus
, Catharina Clement;
A review of the latest Medway titles.
The Medway Prison Hulks by Keith R Gulvin

The Victoria County History, Dr Sandra Dunster;
Mary Lacy, The Female Shipwright.

Betty’s Postcards, Betty Cole,
Literary homes and a quiz on the same