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Villages of Kent Photographic Memories

Villages of Kent Photographic Memories

The photo 'St Margaret's at Cliffe, the Village 1898' appears in this book.

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Caption for St Margarets At Cliffe, The Village 1898: A little back from the shore in the older part of the village, we see a rural-looking scene along a dusty, unmetalled road. More recently, St Margaret's was the home of two literary giants, Noel Coward and later Ian Fleming, who rented a house from Coward. It was here that Fleming wrote some of his James Bond novels.

An extract from Villages of Kent Photographic Memories.

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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