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The transcription of these records has been carried out by members of the Society over at least the past 15 years, and it cannot be guaranteed that they have all been checked to the Society's normal high standard.
Reference, therefore, should always be made to the original record held at either the Centre for Kentish Studies or Medway Studies Centre, almost entirely on micro-film.
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INTRODUCTION This publication is a transcription of Settlement, Removal and Bastardy Records that have survived amongst parish collections held at the Centre for Kentish Studies and Medway Studies Centre.
The reference number for which appears in each record.