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Caption for St Margarets At Cliffe, 1898: The Village 1898. This little village stands on the edge of a cove in the chalk cliffs of South Foreland, where the road drops steeply down to St Margaret's Bay; it clusters around an impressive Norman church, built around 1150-60, whose gateway is just on the extreme left of the picture. A team of plough horses wait quietly in the village street outside the Carrier's Arms.

Memories of St Margaret's at Cliffe

In this parish in 1816 A farmer William Marsh married Eleanor nee Hunt, they had 1 child Eleanor Marsh. William must have died, as Widow Eleanor Marsh married Thomas Baker, they had children born in the area from 1820 to 1831. One of them, Susanna Baker married William (...Read full memory)

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