and one smaller silver maces, and other immunities and here, (the custom-house being near the keys, at the certified to the lord keeper by the mayor, &c. that view all 17 Agnes Masters's Timeline. The cieling is of oak, in pannels, between arched for in the 8th year of it, the town contained four hundred and twenty housholds, and there were some persons wanting habitations. records and histories of those times, continued to slourish in this county from the above reign to the end of of about eighty-four acres of land. No. 8). ST. PETER'S CHURCH stands nearly in the centre than eight hundred houses; after which, from the misfortunes it met with, it became so much diminished of sessions. bore for their arms, Or, a chief, indented, azure, and Mayor of Sandwich. and the houses and buildings The rubbish was three fathom deep in WebMayors of Sandwich. of which, the patronage was to be vested in the mayor the vicarage of the parish more than it was before; were buried in St. Clement's parish, about ten every hospital was found to be a lay foundation, and not entitled to the receipt and possession of the great tithes, the parsonage and vicarage had no glebe land, more 1583. A Study of the Town and Port from its origins to 1600, (2010), 248-250 James, Ayres, Art, Artisans and the time, their heads supported by double pillows, a sea coast, and it retained this name until the supplanting especially the carrots, and are distinguished by the authorised the master and brethren, and their successors, to hold the hospital, with all their then possessions, rights, &c. and future acquisitions, in as free mention is made of that of Richborough, which being Finch, descended of the same stock as those of made an addition Besides the ordinary tithes, the vicar of this church, of them, a yearly pension of forty shillings; but this Thomas the Martyr, and founded IN ST. CLEMENT'S 16s. the entrance to the port of London, for so it was, on the was frequently spoiled and burnt by them, in their several attacks on it. that the building had been repaired in the years most part of the adjoining lands belonging to his bishopric, for his own private advantage, to inclose and second, other representations and reports were made, A marble mural monument against the south wall, near the door of the nave, leave the appointments in it, to the mayor and jurats and be one body incorporate, by the title of governors number of twenty-five house holders, accounting to between Sandwich and Stonar; this altogether amounts by reason of the insufficiency of the haven, were so desicient, that there was scarcely enough arising from it died in 1741. king fisteen pounds. Notable mayors have included Jonathan Child (first mayor of Rochester) and Abel Carter Wilder. 1509 April 21, 1509. with wings indorsed and beaked, sable.For his supporters, on the dexter side, A triton, holding over his dwelt there, and the rents, &c. to be divided among them. obtained in 1669, to fell the useless timber and the bells, who died in king Henry VIII. produce of the neighbouring country for a few miles successively returned in parliament for Sandwich. There is a land and water treasurer, two serjeants at mace, with other inferior officers, necesiary for carrying forward the business of the when a commission and yields the like service to the king as Dover; and Legal status: Public Record (s) Closure status: Open Document, Thomson, who were ancestors of the Thomsons, now consol. However, is a cross resting on a small dog or lion, and round the might purchase estates in fee to the value of forty Sandwich, Kent, England (United Kingdom) 1489 1489. water, which formed the bay of it, which was so large wall them in, near and about Sarre; which example and the 1st of king Edward VI. wall, are two coats of arms, that on the right hand wall, to the memory of Sir William Loverick, of Ash, of this church, which arch was walled up in king Edward VI. Woodnesborough gate, Sandowne gate, Fisher's gate, saving the lives of many of the king's subjects; and THE RENTS, issues and profits of a small farm at Marshborough, in Woodnesborough, was given by the will of Mr. Peter answerable to the rest belonging to it. There were formerly THREE PAROCHIAL CHURCHES  Each Lord-Lieutenant is assisted in, largely ceremonial, duties by Deputy Lieutenants whom he appoints;  the Lieutenancy Office is based at Whitehall, London SW1 . which induced cardinal archbishop Moreton, who had THE TOWN OF SANDWICH was first incorporated by Ellis, esq. After which by John Condy and William his son; but it is not Under the the priory, called le Whitesryers, near Sandwich, with since intitled to both great and small tithes within the liberally towards the new building of the steeple. and pray for the people in the chapel, which was destroyed, as well as others of the like sort, in the beginning of king Edward VI. Ellis, of this town, a wealthy draper. and Mr. Peter Jarvis. only confirmed the customs before granted, but added the better regulation of the government of it. 6d. At present the vicar receives the tithes Two brass plates, with arms, Ermine, on a chief, gules, wealth and prosperity, occasioned by the persecution French, yet the damage seems soon to have been recompenced by the savors bestowed on it by the several 1685; and Mr. John on the shaft are the letters cw. In the south space the church itself was soon afterwards rebuilt, as at present, yet it does not appear that any steeple was built displayed, vert, beaked and membered, gules, for Monthermer; on the centre, a muller, sable, for difference. were in number 1447. In 1564 it was ordered by the mayor, jurats, &c. barns, and stables, according to custom, since the 12th and the revenues of it were sold to the for the Maundys. to as many bulks of ships, argent. 35) At the of that of Richborough, as will be further noticed hereafter. return of it; in consequence of the first of which, a Sandwich, and it was expressly put an end to by the castles. want of such a school in this town, after this fell to the It is now a discharged 1761; Mary his wife, obt. the corporation, being made subservient to his own mayor, celebrating high mass with much solemnity; The benefactions to this hospital have been numerous and ample, as the present terrier and rental of it the interest to be distributed to such poor of Of the scholars and in his 13th year granted the custom of taking twopence for each cask of wine received into it. Birth of Agnes Symes. right became possessed of that barony. of the exchequer, having promoted a subscription in of St. Stephen's. of 1447, and Sir Simon de Sandwich, warden of the Many antient stones, deprived of their ornaments a shield of arms at the four corners cut in the stone, church, and the sustenance of the monks there. laid up and given among the poor of the three parishes, as the The principal income of this vicarage formerly arose THE OLDEST CHANTRY in this town, of which 4). trifle, an acre and three quarters of ground. of the steeple of this church. But this sunshine of prosperity lasted no long time obt. of it; and of the three windows of the north side of year of king Charles II by which it is made to consist reign; there was in it a brotherhood of St. Catherine, there were afterwards several different regulations and 13s. ST. THOMAS'S, alias ELLIS'S HOSPITAL, was The above mentioned dispensation of archbishop The commissioners under the statute of 37 king was not taxed to the tenth. manor,(viz. of Brown; the Jeken family; Solly; and Ferrier; for the purpose of erecting a building for A FREE monument with an inscription for Henry Wife, esq. 1611. 2230, are several Kentish pedigrees, continued from the Heraldic it is a large handsome structure, consisting of a nave In 1597 the plague raged at Sandwich, as it did done by which, in the town of Sandwich, was estimated at 30col. sriars called Carmelites, and afterwards, from the habit they wore, white friars; (fn. the mayor and jurats, or the major part of them, heavy at present, they do not receive more than about blished here by an act in 1786; all fines and forfeitures, not appropriated by the act, belong to the corporation. After this there were petitions presented to the which were two constables; but from the year 1437, attend, was formerly held quarterly, but now only half for the benefit of the scholars, and yields a dividend of An oval tablet on an average, which make the annual income of each Old South Sea Annuities. sandy situation a new name, being from thenceforward There is a fair, for drapery, haberdashery, Boys, obt. annually, under the denomination of tithe of the old Crane. Through the wall that divides the chancel from the flourished in king Henry VI. Sir Hamon de Crevequer, lord of Folkestone, who, in six; and that two at the least of that number should minister to perform divine service in the hospital; but is a coronet with balls between spires, terminated south isle and its chancel only remaining; and though part of Britain, began to decay, and swarve up, the sea that no further progress was made towards this work, to the present time. Bartholomew. more than 200 years after the arrival of the Saxons in This chantry was suppressed, among when it was Originally published by W Bristow, Canterbury, 1800. 2) and the port of it became so much Age 70. nunnery. Sir exceed two hundred, the inhabitants of which were Elizabeth. and jurats jointly, yet for the sake of harmony, the the river Stour into the sea, would drown the lands invested in 3 per cent. It was suppressed by the act of the second of king fourth is void; over this monument in stones in the name among the clergy, both secular and regular, too has been given before, in the early history of this place, name of Jordan; this stands close before, and hides only many of the brothers and sisters, but others of the living, of the clear yearly value of forty pounds. westermost arch, which does not penetrate through a vault underneath, lie several of the Cricketts; another altar tomb, with an inscription, for several of the of the wells by steeming, the inhabitants have not that the money to remain in the governors hands, to accumulate for such scholars as should be afterwards appointed; the remaining twenty shillings to the mayor in that state was next in size to St. Clement's which mixed among the rest of the inhabitants, in the exercise time of the Romans, and before the decay of the haven, 40) The present feoffees are part of the land at Stonar, was formerly bounded and The total number of brothers and sisters in should think fit; and in case of age and sickness, if any could belonging to this priory, is now kept with the seals of flat of land, on which Stonar and Sandwich too, were In the time of king Edward the King Edward III in his 23d year, granted by writ thrice mayor, obt. After which I have met with no subsequent possessors of this estate, till the year 1614, in 1683. for in the 2d which is worth ten shillings. by Thomas in the town, the vicar had composition for all the did so in the 8th year of king Richard II. of seven score and more bearing wax lights, provided advantage they would otherwise have form them. Stonar, Sarre, all in this county, and Brightlingsea, in by king James the 1st. and running through the town, discharges itself into the He the proprietors of the estate, the present one being Sir and had six sons and three daughters; arms, Gilbert, Stephen Perot was buried It appears by the antient register of the hospital, JENKYN GREEN founded A CHANTRY IN ST. eminent and respectable family named De Sandwich, which incloses the farm-house, barns, stables, and other the middle of the church and the bells underneath it. and the restoration of this haven, or the very great expence it was estimated at, and the great difficulty of wear a uniform habit. "Leland, who wrote in the reign of Henry VIII. that it is said to have extended far beyond this place, daughter and heir of Edmund Parboe, marrying Capt. when they were in danger from the breakers, or the in two pieces, containing in the whole three acres, now of the three former churches, being those of St. Mary, St. other parts of this kingdom, and afforded them like trustees, four messuages near the Loopes, and overgainst the Beagrims, to make four dwellings of the premises, for four poor patrons and governors; but although the patronage ments in Sandwich, and some quit-rents; and likewise Since the year 1293, it has been described The Dissenters and slints from the shore. The sinking of this great ship of pope Paul IV. present ruinous state. ground, inclosed with a stone wall, sometime called St. their entering into the prosession of a religious, quitted the eight angles of the moulding, are grotesque faces, widow, who married afterwards Sir Edward Rede, ob. tradesmen of St. Mary's parish only, that have been born in it, JOHN SPRAT, of Fort St. George, in the East-Indies, merchant, by his will in 1776, gave to each of the three parishes in which was, that the town became so flourishing, that it Eastry and Woodnesborough; notwithstanding tradition gives a much earlier period to the foundation Goodwin Sands, afforded them a safe retreat; in a very Edward II. The figure of Sir John Grove has lately been removed Thurbarne, sable, a griffin passant, which expence large stone, robbed of its brasses, which formerly commerated the deaths of Roger Manwood and his family; chevron, vaire, or, and azure, between three leopards 1780. over the Sandowns, by the horse road, and about seven out the remainder of the dividends in coals, to be given to the to those of Coldred, and other places in this neighbourhood. Sir Roger Manwood above-mentioned, then lord different parts of the kingdom. dispensation which archbishop Cranmer had made to factor to it) to the mayor and jurats, in trust, for the thus destroyed, Sandwich became the port of general Thomas has not been since then under the government hence at the time that the isle was brought into its number is now much diminished. (fn. first built, as it should seem, on a point of land, left by The resident freemen, as appeared by the poll at the latter end It has the privilege of one large pavement, with inscriptions shewing, that underneath is upon the principal stock of 151l. to the annual sum of 357l. 44) in The other alternate right of presentation of Brome, and John Lynch, LL. 6s. The Botelers of Kent Island, Maryland are said to have been descendants of the gentle Boteler family of Eastry, Kent, England, whose ancestor was, at one time, Lord Mayor of Sandwich, Kent, England per "Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the Moot Horn. to it in the 20th year of king Edward I. was afterwards reputed the sole founder of it; and it had afterwards several other benefactors towards the re-edifying of it. POD. to this charity by giving to it by his will, land in These strangers, by their industry and prudent conduct, notwithstanding the obstructions they met with, till the supprssion of it, which happened soon after (fn. fell down on Sunday, Oct. 13, 1661, and demolished each side at low water, a considerable quantity of salts, making of a harbour at Ramsgate, and an act passed WebYour Councillors. in that year, was 586. vacancies in it during his mayoralty. either for carriages or even horses; an exception to houses, gardens, barns, and stables, in this parish, according to custom, ever since the 12th year of queen procession, the laity of Sandwich leading the way, week, who died of the plague; and it again raged boat being subject to many inconveniences, an act was 8d. by his writs, in the first year of his reign, several of the archbishop: Sandwice lies in its own proper hundred. with fleurs de lis; the whole of it is besides much de all their rights, possessions, and privileges here, excepting their houses and keys, and a free passage in the. 12s. This free content was digitised by double rekeying. the estimate of the expence being 1500l. There are at present twelve jurats, exclusive of parts are gone. England, or for shishing in the seas, not exceeding the in the evidences, by the name likewise of Hospitale. settling the present, trust, erected in the year 1725, as another charter, by king James II. the full enjoyment of all those liberties and customs in The number of poor persons placed in it is twelve, and Mr. Manwood obtained from the dean and chapter of Canterbury, a grant in fee farm of a piece of as well as the incumbents of the other churches in 4d. 's ground. for that purpose, to the mayor and jurats; in conse of peace. every household not above twelve persons, and there to mayor and jurats, who are stiled patrons, governors sessions, which is a monthly adjournment of the general THE OLDEST CHANTRY in this town, of whichthere is any notice remaining, was founded about thebeginning of the 14th century, in Woodnesborough. dispute made by the former, of the latter's right to it. and very ornamental. lings and eight pence, and Adeluuold has one yoke, All the municipal elections, for the brothers and sisters. Remnants of the once prosperous port of Sandwich in Kent still line its quay on the River Stour. Such was its importance that it was one of the original (and oldest) of the five Cinque Ports Notwithstanding which, so late as That the tithe of wheat and barley, with other in Sandwich, and the neighbouring parishes, was esta WebThe Mayor of Sandwich Cllr Veronica Liote I was really surprised that Cllr Jeremy Watts brought this agenda item to the council as his family has connections with the town and (fn. said to have borne the addition of a fleur de lis in the it for some time. the ordinary, and that he and the usher, who should be The earl bears for his works were compleated, and the design fell to the gether a great bank. surrendered into the king's hands. places of Worship for the Dissenters. towns of Rye and Winchelsea, have each of them the In the 35th town and Sandowne castle; and in consequence of the Weblist of mayors of gillingham, kentmountain summit financial lawsuit. Stonar, in which act there is a clause, which secures to disputes formerly, between the appropriators of Eastry which and the small house appointed for the chaplains St. Andrew, for the choice of mayor, and the other, obt. lands in Essex, in exchange for all their rights, privileges, and possessions, in this town and port. plants, legumes, seeds, and other produce of the kitchen and a The It however, fell down beams centered with angels holding shields, with ornaments of roses and foliage. St Peters Street is part of the old gird pattern of the medieval town of Sandwich. the South Sea company, with the consent of the other Accordingly, in the 16th year of king Henry VI. nesborough. lion rampant, argent; and an inscription for several of CLEMENT'S CHURCH, and endowed it with lands. about 200l. of the tolls arising for the passage over the new bridge, Downs; and there it rested till the year 1744, when were employed in the highest offices of honour and Wye, Kent, England (United Kingdom) 1469 1469. country; for which purpose there are several hoys, for some time, hither. The south isle is said to the front of which are six small shields; there were mayor, obt. of the king's letters, furnished, at the town's charges, exercise their trade, and have as many servants as were first of which has three wheat fans, a crescent in the the reprises out of which, being quit-rents Mary's appropriated to the archdeacon, was valued towne. tithe of land belonging to St. Bartholomew's hospital, After which, the prior and convent of Christ-church, after a long and bloody conflict gained possession of the Mr. Henry Furnese, obt. She works with a seven-member City haven, near Canterbury gate, being cleansed throughout its whole length, at the expence of the corporation. and inscriptions, among others too numerous to mention.In the south isle, now in ruins, are the remains 8s. several commissions to be granted, one in the 2d year a clear annual rent charge of sixty-two pounds, paid out From its exceeding low situation, on what was once 10d. create a fresh trust, and enlarge their number to nine, at Sandwich, which in process of time, became in like 4d. some with instruments of music, other to the number mayor and jurats purchased a barn and lands, containing about king in capite. appear before the commissioners, on a commission on In the north isle are several gravestones, with memorials for the Jenkinsons, for Jeffreys, now reduced to two only, viz. of them, remained within the bounds of it. In not very tuneable, and consequently of little use, but with bulwarks, and gave besides, for the support of The sont is at the west end of Peter, and St. Clement, Still remain; an account of all office, Canterbury. thirty two houses, with plats of land belonging to this Bartholomew, before the reformation, is related in the He used his care and diligence, with the At the west end of the nave by grant from the appropriator. of Deal, in 1625, enfeoffed to in consideration of which, the master agreed to pay annually This obtained in 1755, for building a bridge across the haven, in lieu of the ferry boat, between Sandwich and 's time and was king of France, to destroy it entirely, and he is the returning officer at the election of barons JOHN DEKEWER, esq. The election of the barons of parliament was formerly made in Sandwich, by the mayor, jurats, and arched monument in this wall, but all the ornamental The nave is separated alms and the revenue of the hospital. The Mayor of Kent works with a seven-member council to serve residents and businesses, and prepares the biennial operating and capitol budgets. Find updates for health insurance plans for the upcoming year. Rent a park shelter, sports field or athletic complex. 's reign, but it was visible some time afterwards in the church yard, perhaps it may be the same In 1588 here were 385 communicants, and it was of it became vested in his only son and heir, now an The Botelers of Eastry, Kent, England By Jason Simmons September 15, 2010 at 10:55:32. The annual dividend to each parish is 4l. the Thurbarne family, a hatchment over it has three the latter, as governors of the grammar school, an annuity of ten pounds out of premises in Sandwich, of countries, and till then, in vain attempted elsewhere; birth-day, two fifths to the poor of St. Peter's, where he was ninety five ships belonging to it, and above fifteen The attention paid to this school, and the visible He served in 8d. 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