The Clock Tower is the quarterly journal produced and published by the Friends of Medway Archives (FOMA).
Index: Issue 31, August 2013
Front Cover: We Celebrate Twenty Years of MALSC!
News and Events, Odette Buchanan
Including Kent's Stonehenge (news from the Kent Archaeological Society and the scanned images of the 1910 dig which took place at Coldrum Longbarrow, Trottiscliffe.
Congratulations Catharina! Catharina Clement completes her PhD.
News from the University of Kent. FOMA Vice President Professor Sir Robert Worcester
KBE DL completes term as Chancellor
The Three Sisters. Caroline Baker's pottery exhibition.
The Pubs of Old Brompton; a talk by the Brompton History Research Group, Rosie and
Looking for Chatham relations of : David George Henry Wood b. 1897 and Louise (née
Dawson) b. 1901 of Kennington, London.
The New Shorts Brothers Statue Unveiled, Barry Cox
Twenty Years of MALSC, Stephen Dixon, Archive Service Manager, Essex Record Office
A Clock Tower Special Feature
Memories of The Coronation, Steve Cross; Barry Cox; Doris Herlihy; Odette Buchanan
Cindy's Little Gems, Cindy O'Halloran
An Alternative Coronation, Gillingham 1953
Delce Mill and the Glover Family, Pauline Weeds
Part Two: Into The Twentieth Century
Rainham Church of England Primary School, Jean Skilling
Part Two: Rainham School Log Books
My Little Dormouse, Barbara Marchant
The Battle Of Yantlet Creek, 1860, Brian Joyce
Rhubarb, Rhubarb!, Helen Worthy
Enlistment of Pauper Children for the Army, Dr. Catharina Clement
Archives Update, Alison Cable, Borough Archivist
Back to the Workhouse
The Victoria County History
The Launch of The Medway Towns: river, docks and urban life by Dr Sandra Dunster,
Editor's Footnotes, Amanda Thomas
Who Do You Think You Are?
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