Distressing Fatality on the Medway

From the Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald of 25 July 1908 we read the following: Faversham Man Drowned On Sunday last a distressing fatality occurred on the river Medway, near Penshurst, when, as the result of the capsizing of a canoe, William John Foreman, a young Faversham man, was drowned. The deceased, who completed his... Continue Reading →

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