Cemetery: LYDD (ALL SAINTS) CHURCHYARD  Grave/Memorial Reference: South part, close to entrance.       Country: […]
Genealogy is difficult and at times downright frustrating. One of the problems is tracing the female line […]
Pays Lane is an old road or track off the A252 near Little Paddock Farm. The track […]
After his conquest of England in 1066, Duke William of Normandy was speedily crowned King of England. […]
Halfway House. Situated on one corner of the crossroads (now a roundabout) in the centre of the […]
As the author or compiler of this history I am reluctant to close the door at 823 […]
As far as we can tell the village of challock dates from around 823.  The original name […]
The Domesday Monochorum of Christ Church Canterbury of 1100 AD recorded a church or chapel in Challock. […]
It was during the 13th century that the Parish Church was built, or rebuilt.  An earlier Saxon […]
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