Saturday, 27 December 2008

John Lewis on Margate writing in 1736

John Lewis was vicar of Margate and the Margate section is quite long I have published some of it on the internet click here to read I will endeavour to put some more up later, the computer doesn’t seem to like these Gif files copied from Word, so I make no guarantees.


  1. Fascinating Michael! Thank you

  2. Pleasure Simon, I finally managed to get all of The parish of St John The Baptist (Margate) on the web.

  3. Lots of reading Michael but my Kentucky has turned up so guess which wins .............Thanks for all the work you do I know how hard it must be cheers Don ..oh and Happy new Year


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