Chris Rogers

My pages:

Page link: 40years ago: Vietnamese Refugees in Hothfield
40years ago: Vietnamese Refugees in Hothfield
Can you remember them? Were you one of the refugees?
Page link: It's all Greek to me - Cecil Headlam's headstone
It's all Greek to me - Cecil Headlam's headstone
Can you decipher Classic Greek?
Page link: Norland Nurses at Hothfield Manor
Norland Nurses at Hothfield Manor
What can you tell us?
Page link: Mysterious Church Day banners
Mysterious Church Day banners
a recent loft find
Page link: Allan Crosby's memories of Hothfield Life (from the outside)
Allan Crosby's memories of Hothfield Life (from the outside)
A schoolboy with friends in Hothfield
Page link: Linda Girling's story
Linda Girling's story
From Nissen Huts to Westwell
Page link: Nissen hut dweller - who is she?
Nissen hut dweller - who is she?
Photos from the Kent Photo Archive
Page link: Historic Bell ropes: Cathedral to Countryside
Historic Bell ropes: Cathedral to Countryside
Were Hothfield's bell ropes once in use at Canterbury Cathedral?
Page link: Tony Jobber's memories: Carnivals and more
Tony Jobber's memories: Carnivals and more
Photos reveal past street scenes
Page link: The Dovecote at Hothfield Place
The Dovecote at Hothfield Place
One of the few remaining relics of the former country estate
Page link: Claims to Fame?
Claims to Fame?
Some possible links between Hothfield and the famous
Page link: Bomber Girls of World War 2 - the female pilots of the ATA
Bomber Girls of World War 2 - the female pilots of the ATA
new book by Hothfield resident Melody Foreman
Page link: Frances Kidder - the last woman publicly hanged in England
Frances Kidder - the last woman publicly hanged in England
The Hothfield connection with a historic woman
Page link: Charles Andrews - a notable resident of Hothfield
Charles Andrews - a notable resident of Hothfield
Estate Manager, Borough Councillor, Parish Council Chairman, school manager, organist and more
Page link: Rainham Church - the burial place of the Lords Hothfield
Rainham Church - the burial place of the Lords Hothfield
The Tufton Chapel in the Medway towns
Page link: New book of local villages including Hothfield
New book of local villages including Hothfield
Weald Villages: Charing, Westwell, Hothfield, Little Chart, Pluckley, Smarden Through Time
Page link: The oldest buildings in Hothfield?
The oldest buildings in Hothfield?
A brief look at the Listed Buildings Register
Page link: Forge Cottage - a brief history
Forge Cottage - a brief history
On the Westwell/Hothfield border
Page link: Denne's Mill, Potters Corner, Maidstone Road, Hothfield
Denne's Mill, Potters Corner, Maidstone Road, Hothfield
Mill, Tea Room and house-movers' depot
Page link: Photos from a New Zealand soldier billeted in the UK in WWII
Photos from a New Zealand soldier billeted in the UK in WWII
Some are Hothfield, but can you place the rest?
Page link: Bernadette Watts' memories of Hothfield Place
Bernadette Watts' memories of Hothfield Place
Living above the stables, 1949 to 1953
Page link: Michael Teesdale's memories of Hothfield
Michael Teesdale's memories of Hothfield
Huts camp, good neighbours and a long-lost sweetheart
Page link: Recollections of a Soldier at Hothfield at the end of the War
Recollections of a Soldier at Hothfield at the end of the War
Huts, train station and Victory celebrations on Hothfield Common
Page link: The Wood and Bourne families
The Wood and Bourne families
Two prominent families but no longer in the parish
Page link: A boy's memories of Hothfield in the early fifties
A boy's memories of Hothfield in the early fifties
Huts, bogs, school, pub, the Policeman, odd-jobs and a new council house
Page link: Mysterious people - do you know them?
Mysterious people - do you know them?
Two couples and a girl at the Nissen huts
Page link: Michael Allen's story: hut 912 and the school
Michael Allen's story: hut 912 and the school
Rabbits, dogs and a chemical toilet
Page link: Hothfield Village Walk
Hothfield Village Walk
A tour of the historic sites
Page link: Hothfield Common - a unique heathland environment
Hothfield Common - a unique heathland environment
Conservation of the bogs and heathlands
Page link: Mike Bates' memories of Hothfield
Mike Bates' memories of Hothfield
The huts, the village, its people and places
Page link: John Wilkinson, from Glasgow to Hothfield
John Wilkinson, from Glasgow to Hothfield
Served with the Royal Engineers at Hothfield, and came back to stay
Page link: Private Stan Cresswell, Princes Louise's Kensington Regiment
Private Stan Cresswell, Princes Louise's Kensington Regiment
Died in service and buried at Hothfield
Page link: The Matthews family memories
The Matthews family memories
From huts to Council House
Page link: From huts to the first Council house
From huts to the first Council house
The story of John and Clare Nicholls, and their family
Page link: Hothfield Manor
Hothfield Manor
The former country seat of Lord Hothfield