Septuagenarian’s Tragic End

FATAL HABIT OF WALKING IN THE ROAD. (from The Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald of 12 Feb 1927) While walking down Boughton Hill on the evening of February 1st, Frank Howland (71), of Price's Cottage, Horse Lees, Dunkirk, was knocked down by a car driven by Mr. A. H. Davy, of Herman House, London... Continue Reading →

Lady Bicyclist’s Grave Charge

Alledged Assault Near Littlebourne Mary Ann Young (née Hayward) my great-grandmother was witness in an assault trail in 1910. She married my great-grandfather on 9 Oct 1880 in St Mildred at Preston Next Wingham, but they had lived at Brick Kiln Cottages in Littlebourne at the time of the 1911 census. William and Mary Ann... Continue Reading →

Drewry’s Bluff, 16 May 1864

Image above: Battery Dantzler, Drewry's Bluff 1864 - Confederate gun commanding the river. The 117th New York Infantry recruited in the Oneida county in the summer of 1862, rendezvoused at Rome, and was mustered into the U.S. service from August 8 to 16, for three years and left the state on August 22. On 12... Continue Reading →

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