Kent

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Kent

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Countries: United Kingdom (79%), (6%), United States (3%)

Main connections: England, University of Kent, Kent Police

Linked to: University for the Creative Arts, Benenden School, Canterbury Christ Church University, Conservative Party

 

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595

Augustine of Canterbury - Augustine was the prior of a monastery in Rome when Pope Gregory the Great chose him in 0595 to lead a mission, usually known as the Gregorian mission, to Britain to Christianize King Æthelberht and his Kingdom of Kent from their native Anglo-Saxon paganism

 

Augustine of Canterbury - In 0595 Gregory chose Augustine, who was the prior of the Abbey of St Andrew's in Rome, to head the mission to Kent


597

Augustine of Canterbury - Before reaching Kent the missionaries had considered turning back but Gregory urged them on and, in 0597 Augustine landed on the Isle of Thanet and proceeded to Æthelberht's main town of Canterbury


669

Wilfrid - Wilfrid may have persuaded King Ecgberht of Kent in 0669 to build a church in an abandoned Roman fort at Reculver


705

Wilfrid - On his journey back to England Wilfrid had a seizure at Meaux, but he had returned to Kent by 0705


885

Alfred the Great - Among these was a raid taking place in Kent, an allied country in South East England, during the year 0885 which was quite possibly the largest raid since the battles with Guthrum


892

Alfred the Great - Alfred's burh system posed such a formidable challenge against Viking attack that when the Vikings returned in 0892 and successfully stormed a half-made, poorly garrisoned fortress up the Lympne estuary in Kent, the Anglo-Saxons were able to limit their penetration to the outer frontiers of Wessex and Mercia


1067

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something

 

The Kent people's continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous county palatine in 1067 add something


1086

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something

 

The most likely reason for this is that in 1086 Hamon, dapifer and Sheriff of Kent, owned the manor and, perhaps illegally, annexed it to Kent add something


1138

Stephen, King of England - In 1138, Robert renounced his fealty to Stephen and declared his support for Matilda, triggering a major regional rebellion in Kent and across the south-west of England, although Robert himself remained in Normandy


1178

Richard de Luci - He resigned his office between September 1178 and Easter of 1179, and retired to Lesnes Abbey in Kent, where Richard de Luci died and was buried three months later on 14 July 1179


1278

Godfrey Giffard - He was made a commissioner along with Roger Mortimer to investigate certain grievances of the Oxford scholars, and in 1278 acted as an itinerant justice in Hertfordshire and Kent


1360

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something

 

During World War II, Chatham refitted 1360 warships such as HMS Ajax add something


1382

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something

 

In 1382 and 1580 there were two earthquakes exceeding 6,0 on the Richter Scale add something


1386

Geoffrey Chaucer - He became a Member of Parliament for Kent in 1386.


1450

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Jack Cade's Kent rebellion of 1450, and Wyatt's Rebellion of 1554 against Queen Mary I add something

 

Henry VI of England - Jack Cade led a rebellion in Kent in 1450, calling himself "John Mortimer", apparently in sympathy with York, and setting up residence at the White Hart Inn in Southwark


1485

Thomas Cheney - Thomas was born around 1485 at Shurland House, Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, the son of William Cheney by his second wife, Agnes Young


1500

John Morton (bishop) - Morton died at Knole House, Kent, on 15 September 1500


1530

Mary I of England - Sir John Hussey, later Lord Hussey, was her chamberlain from 1530, and his wife, Lady Anne, daughter of George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent, was one of Mary's attendants


1537

Thomas Culpeper - From 1537-1541, Culpeper was given several gifts, including keeper of the manor at Penshurst Palace and property in Kent, $Essex, Gloucestershire, and Wiltshire


1539

Thomas Cheney - He represented Kent as a knight of the shire in every parliament from 1539 to 1558 with the single exception of the election in 1555


1543

Thomas Cranmer - In 1543, several conservative clergymen in Kent banded together to attack and denounce two reformers, Richard Turner and John Bland, before the Privy Council


1547

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something

 

The Royal Navy first used the River Medway in 1547 add something


1554

Thomas Cheney - So fickle a courtier was he that the Marian Court privately distrusted his loyalty during the outbreak of a rebellion represented for Kent by his 'friend and neighbour' Sir Thomas Wyatt in the attack on London in 1554, but the very fact that he sent men against Northumberland indicates something of his position


1618

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something

 

By 1618, storehouses, a ropewalk, a drydock, and houses for officials had been built downstream from Chatham add something


1667

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something

 

Forts were built all along the coast following the raid on the Medway, a successful attack by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667 add something


1706

William Cowper, 1st Earl Cowper - In November of the same year he succeeded to his father's baronetcy; and on 14 December 1706 he was raised to the peerage as "'Baron Cowper"' of Wingham, Kent


1722

Thomas Bayes - On his return around 1722, he assisted his father at the latter's non-conformist chapel in London before moving to Tunbridge Wells, Kent around 1734


1725

Brook Taylor - The next two years were spent by him with his family at Bifrons, and in 1725 he married this time with his father's approval, Sabetta Sawbridge of Olantigh, Kent, who died in childbirth in 1730 ; in this case, however, his daughter, Elizabeth, survived


1763

William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham - Unsuccessful overtures were made to him in 1763, and twice in 1765, in May and June - the negotiator in May being the king's uncle, the Duke of Cumberland, who went down in person to Hayes, Pitt's seat in Kent


1776

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something

 

In 1776, 1950, and on 28 April 2007 there were earthquakes of around 4,3 add something


1805

Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham - He was finally, in 1805, appointed First Lord of the Admiralty, and was created "'Baron Barham"', of Barham Court and Teston in the County of Kent, with a special remainder, failing male issue, to his only child, his daughter, Diana Noel, 2nd Baroness Barham, and her male heirs


1822

Charles Dickens - This period came to an abrupt end when the Dickens family, because of financial difficulties, moved from Kent to Camden Town, in London in 1822.


1824

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something

 

Built in 1824, it was purchased in 1846 by the railways, which partially backfilled it add something


1829

Thomas Young (scientist) - Thomas Young died in London on 10 May 1829, and was buried in the cemetery of St. Giles Church in Farnborough, Kent, England


1830

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something

 

The earliest locomotive-driven passenger-carrying railway in Britain was the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway which opened in 1830 add something


1850

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something

 

By the 1850s, SER's networks had expanded to Ashford, Ramsgate, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, and the Medway towns add something


1851

James Planche - Katherine married William Curteis Whelan of Heronden Hall, Tenterden, Kent in 1851


1852

Robert Bourke, 1st Baron Connemara - He was educated at Hall Place School, Bexley, Kent, and Trinity College, Dublin, and was called to the Bar, Inner Temple, in 1852

 

James Planche - Planché semi-retired from the theatre in 1852 and went to live in Kent with his younger daughter

 

James Planche - ", p263 Planché resigned his membership of the Society of Antiquaries in 1852, in which year he moved to Kent to live with his younger daughter


1856

Charles Dickens - In 1856, his income from his writing allowed him to buy Gad's Hill Place in Higham, Kent.


1858

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something

 

Originally the East Kent Railway in 1858, it linked the northeast Kent coast with London terminals at Victoria and Blackfriars add something


1864

James Planche - In 1864 he published "A Corner of Kent, or some account of the parish of Ash-next-Sandwich", the result of three years' work on what was originally intended as a short guidebook to antiquities within the parish of his son-in-law, the Rev. Henry Mackarness


1866

Ernst Haeckel - From 1866 to 1867, Haeckel made an extended journey to the Canary Islands with Hermann Fol and during this period, met with Charles Darwin, in 1866 at Down House in Kent, Thomas Huxley and Charles Lyell.


1868

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something

 

Nonetheless, some of these small art schools developed into much larger organisations, including Canterbury College of Art, founded by Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1868, which is today the University for the Creative Arts add something


1870

Charles Dickens - A printed epitaph circulated at the time of the funeral reads: "To the Memory of Charles Dickens (England's most popular author) who died at his residence, Higham, near Rochester, Kent, 9 June 1870, aged 58 years.

 

Charles Dickens - A printed epitaph circulated at the time of the funeral reads: "To the Memory of Charles Dickens who died at his residence, Higham, near Rochester, Kent, 9 June 1870, aged 58 years


1889

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something

 

In 1889 the County of London was created and took over responsibility for local administration of parts of north-west Kent add something


1890

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something

 

The club was a founder member of the County Championship in 1890 and has won the competition, the major domestic first-class cricket competition, seven times add something


1897

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something

 

Maidstone United were a Football League side from 1989 until going bankrupt in 1992 add something


1898

Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside - He was educated at schools in St Andrews before being sent to Tonbridge School in Kent for his secondary education; at the age of sixteen he left Tonbridge to attend a crammer, having not shown much academic promise, and was admitted to the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, in January 1898. at the age of seventeen


1899

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

The two companies merged in 1899, forming the South Eastern and Chatham Railway , further amalgamated with other railways by the Railways Act 1921 to form the Southern Railway add something

 

E. Nesbit - Nesbit lived from 1899 to 1920 in Well Hall House, Eltham, Kent , which appears in fictional guise in several of her books, especially "The Red House"


1900

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

From about 1900, several coal pits operated in East Kent add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

In 1900, however, Kent absorbed the district of Penge add something

 

Ellen Terry - In 1900, Terry bought her farmhouse in Small Hythe, Kent, where she lived for the rest of her life

 

H. F. Stephens - The railways were planned, and some later run, from an office at 23 Salford Terrace in Tonbridge, Kent, which Stephens had rented in 1900 and purchased in 1927


1901

Henry Forster, 1st Baron Forster - In 1901, he was appointed a deputy lieutenant of Kent


1903

Maurice Bowra - The family returned to England in 1903, travelling via Japan and the United States, and settling in the Kent countryside


1905

Edward Thomas (poet) - From 1905, Thomas lived with his wife Helen and their family at Elses Farm near Sevenoaks, Kent


1910

George Goschen, 2nd Viscount Goschen - In December 1910, he was appointed a deputy lieutenant of Kent


1912

Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister - Lister died on 10 February 1912 at his country home in Walmer, Kent at the age of 84


1913

John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury - He rebuilt Kingsgate Castle, near Broadstairs in Kent, as his family home, where he was to die in 1913


1915

Henry Allingham - He became formally rated as an Air Mechanic Second Class on 21 September 1915, and was posted to Chingford before completing his training at Sheerness, Kent


1918

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

During this election the constituency of Canterbury elected Rosie Duffield, the first ever Labour MP to hold the seat since the constituency was formed in 1918 add something

 

Winston Churchill - Clementine gave birth to her fourth child, Marigold Frances Churchill, on 15 November 1918, four days after the official end of the First World War. In the early days of August 1921, the Churchills' children were entrusted to a French nursery governess in Kent named Mlle Rose.


1920

Peter Warlock - His most prolific period as a composer came in the 1920s, when he was based first in Wales and later at Eynsford in Kent


1921

Winston Churchill - In the early days of August 1921, the Churchills' children were entrusted to a French nursery governess in Kent named Mlle Rose.


1924

Peter Warlock - After spending Christmas 1924 in Majorca he took the lease of a cottage in the Kent village of Eynsford

 

E. Nesbit - Towards the end of her life she moved to a house called "Crowlink" in Friston, East Sussex, and later to "The Long Boat" at Jesson, St Mary's Bay, New Romney, East Kent where, suffering from lung cancer, she died in 1924 and was buried in the churchyard of St Mary in the Marsh


1926

Les Ames - He received the call to play for Kent while playing in West Malling and made his debut for Kent on 7 July 1926 against Warwickshire at the Nevill Ground in Royal Tunbridge Wells


1927

Cornthwaite Rason - Rason died at Beckenham, Kent in England on 15 March 1927


1930

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

During the late 1930s, Nobel Prize-awarded novelist William Golding worked as a teacher at Maidstone Grammar School, where he met his future wife Ann Brookfield add something

 

Edward Plunkett, 18th Baron of Dunsany - In the 1930s, Dunsany transferred his Meath estate to his son and heir under a trust, and settled in Shoreham, Kent, at his Kent property, not far from the home of Rudyard Kipling, a friend, and visiting Ireland only occasionally thereafter


1937

Grafton Elliot Smith - Grafton Smith died on New Year's Day 1 January 1937 at Broadstairs in Kent


1940

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something

 

Music education is provided by Kent Music , which has its origins in the 1940s add something


1941

Bernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein - In December 1941 Montgomery,_Alabama was given command of South-Eastern Command overseeing the defence of Kent, Sussex and Surrey


1944

Donald Rooum - Rooum says that he first became interested in anarchism in 1944 when he visited Speaker's Corner in London while on a Ministry of Food scheme which used schoolboys to pick hops in Kent

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something

 

Between June 1944 and March 1945 more than 10,000 V1 flying bombs, or "Doodlebugs", were fired towards London from bases in Northern France add something


1946

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something

 

Britain's Structure and Scenery, L.Dudley Stamp, Pub September 1946, Collins New Naturalist Series add something


1947

Joanna Lumley - After the independence of India in 1947, the Lumleys moved to Kent, England


1948

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something

 

Britain's railways were nationalised in 1948, forming British Railways add something


1949

Winston Churchill - Churchill held the office of Deputy Lieutenant of Kent in 1949.


1950

Mick Jagger - From September 1950, Keith Richards and Jagger were classmates at Wentworth Primary School in Dartford, Kent


1955

Kenneth Clark - In 1955, Clark bought Saltwood Castle in Kent


1960

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something

 

In the 1960s, two motorways were built; the M2 from Medway to Faversham, and the M20 from Swanley to Folkestone add something


1963

David Renton, Baron Renton - He was Recorder of Rochester, Kent from 1963 to 1968 and Recorder of Guildford from 1968 to 1973

 

Derek Underwood - Underwood played county cricket for Kent, making his first-class debut against Yorkshire aged 17 in 1963


1964

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

In motorsport, the Brands Hatch circuit near Swanley has played host to a number of national and international racing events, and hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix in various years between 1964 and 1986 add something

 

Winston Churchill - Despite poor health, Churchill still tried to remain active in public life, and on St George's Day 1964, sent a message of congratulations to the surviving veterans of the 1918 Zeebrugge Raid who were attending a service of commemoration in Deal, Kent, Kent, where two casualties of the raid were buried in the Hamilton Road Cemetery.


1965

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

In 1965 the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley were created from nine towns formerly in Kent add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

There are two nuclear power stations at Dungeness, although the older one, built in 1965, was closed at the end of 2006 add something

 

Sid Vicious - Anne later married Christopher Beverley, a middle class man in 1965, before setting up a family home back in Kent


1968

Daniel Day-Lewis - In 1968, Day-Lewis's parents, finding his behaviour to be too wild, sent him to the independent Sevenoaks School in Kent, as a boarder.


1969

Kenneth Clark - Clark was awarded a life peerage in 1969, taking the title "'Baron Clark"', of Saltwood in the County of Kent


1970

Les Ames - He was the secretary and manager of Kent County Cricket Club, taking Kent to win the County Championship in 1970


1971

John Redwood - Redwood was educated locally, attending Kent College, Canterbury, on a scholarship before going up to Magdalen College, Oxford, where he obtained the degree of BA in Modern History in 1971


1975

Michael Nolan, Baron Nolan - He was a Recorder in the Crown Court in Kent from 1975 to 1982, when he was appointed as a High Court judge and assigned to the Queen's Bench Division, receiving the customary knighthood


1978

Arthur Cockfield, Baron Cockfield - Cockfield was created "'Baron Cockfield"', of Dover in the County of Kent, in April 1978


1980

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

The M26 motorway, built in 1980, provides a short link between the M25 at Sevenoaks and the M20 near Wrotham add something

 

Rod Hull - In the late 1980s Hull bought Restoration House in Rochester, Kent for £270,000 but the cost of renovations and an unpaid tax bill resulted in bankruptcy in 1994


1982

Michael Howard - In June 1982, Howard was selected to contest the constituency of Folkestone and Hythe in Kent after the sitting Conservative MP, Sir Albert Costain, decided to retire


1983

Cherie Blair - Cherie Blair contested the seat of North Thanet in Kent for Labour at the 1983 UK general election, losing to Roger Gale


1984

Chris Cowdrey - After a good season for Kent in County cricket in 1984, Cowdrey was selected for England's 1984-85 tour of India, led by his friend David Gower, ostensibly taking Ian Botham's place after Botham had opted out of the tour


1986

Bill Deedes - Deedes was made a life peer in 1986, becoming "'Baron Deedes"', of Aldington in the County of Kent, though he always preferred to be addressed as "Bill" rather than "Lord Deedes"

 

Chris Cowdrey - He was captain of Kent from 1986 until 1990


1987

Oliver Postgate - In 1987 the University of Kent at Canterbury awarded an honorary degree to Postgate, who stated that the degree was really intended for Bagpuss, who was subsequently displayed in academic dress


1991

Caron Keating - Keating married Russ Lindsay in Tunbridge Wells, Kent in 1991


1994

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras add something

 

Michael Nolan, Baron Nolan - After just over two years in the Court of Appeal, he was promoted to the House of Lords in January 1994, becoming a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary and receiving a life peerage as a Law lord, taking the title "'Baron Nolan"', of Brasted in the County of Kent

 

Joanna Lumley - She was made an honorary Doctor of Letters by the University of Kent in July 1994


1995

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something

 

This is illustrated by the following table of economic indicator gross value added between 1995 and 2000 add something


1996

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something

 

The railways were privatised in 1996 and most Kent passenger services were franchised to Connex South Eastern add something


1997

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

The Kent Women cricket team has won the Women's County Championship seven times since it was established in 1997 add something

 

Michael Nolan, Baron Nolan - Outside of the law, he was Chancellor of the University of Essex from 1997 to 2002, a Deputy Lieutenant of Kent and a Knight of St Gregory

 

Audrey Emerton, Baroness Emerton - Invested before as a Dame Commander, Order of the British Empire, she received a life peerage as "'Baroness Emerton"', of Tunbridge Wells in the County of Kent and of Clerkenwell in the London Borough of Islington on 17 February 1997


1998

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

In 1998 Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham left the administrative county of Kent to form the Unitary Authority of Medway add something

 

Janet Street-Porter - She walked across Britain from Dungeness in Kent to Conway in Wales for the series "Coast to Coast" in 1998

 

Robin Cook - Robin married Regan in Tunbridge Wells, Kent on 9 April 1998, four weeks after his divorce was finalised


2002

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something

 

In 2002, it was revealed that the government was considering building a new four-runway airport on the marshland near the village of Cliffe on Hoo Peninsula add something


2003

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

This plan was dropped in 2003 following protests by cultural and environmental groups add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something

 

On 10 August 2003, in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached , the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom add something


2004

Caron Keating - After various conventional and alternative treatments, including a period away from her family on the Gold Coast, Australia, and at a hospice in Switzerland, she died at the age of 41, on 13 April 2004, at her mother's house in Sevenoaks, Kent


2005

Tommy Vance - Vance died of a stroke at Darenth Valley Hospital near Dartford, Kent in the early hours of 6 March 2005

 

Mo Mowlam - On 12 August 2005, she was moved to Pilgrims Hospice in Canterbury, Kent, where, seven days later, aged 55, she died


2006

Jools Holland - In September 2006 Holland was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Kent


2007

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

At the 2007 local elections, control of Medway Council was held by the Conservatives; 33 of the council's 55 seats were held by the Conservatives, 13 by the Labour Party, 8 by the Liberal Democrats and 1 by an Independent add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

The 2007 earthquake caused physical damage in Folkestone add something

 

Charles Dickens - A theme park, Dickens World, standing in part on the site of the former naval dockyard where Dickens's father once worked in the Navy Pay Office, opened in Chatham, Kent in 2007, and to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens in 2012, the Museum of London held the UK's first major exhibition on the author in 40 years

 

Hema Malini - In 2007, she was signed by Kent, a mineral water purifier system, as its brand ambassador

 

Bill Deedes - He died on 17 August 2007 at his home in Kent, aged 94, after a short illness


2008

Oliver Postgate - Postgate died at a nursing home in Broadstairs, near his home on the Kent coast, on 8 December 2008, aged 83


2009

Joe Pasquale - In March 2009, he starred in a number of pantomimes, his latest playing Smee in Peter Pan at The Orchard Theatre, Dartford in 2008 with a supporting cast including around 25 children who attend The Liz Burville Performing Arts Centre, Old Bexley, Kent

 

Roger Daltrey - On Sunday 5 July 2009, he joined Paul Weller onstage at Hop Farm Festival in Kent for an encore of "Magic Bus"

 

Craig Revel Horwood - In December 2009, Revel Horwood played the part of The Queen in "Snow White and the 7 Dwarves" at Theatr Cymru in Llandudno, North Wales, a role he reprised in December 2010 at The Hawth in Crawley and at the Orchard Theatre in Dartford, Kent, in 2011 alongside Ann Widdecombe


2010

Michael Howard - His title was gazetted in the afternoon of 13 July 2010 as "'Baron Howard of Lympne"', of Lympne in the County of Kent


2011

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

It re-opened, after being completely rebuilt, in October 2011 add something

 

Chris Cowdrey - Cowdrey's son Fabian Cowdrey was awarded a first-team contract at Kent in October 2011, before his May 2012 debut, becoming the fourth Cowdrey to play for the county side and the third generation of the same family to feature on a Kent team sheet


2012

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Since March 2012, programmes have been the same across all seven stations in the network: KMFM Ashford, KMFM Canterbury, KMFM Maidstone, KMFM Medway, KMFM Shepway and White Cliffs Country, KMFM Thanet and KMFM West Kent add something

 

Augustine of Canterbury - The Augustine's shrine was re-established in March 2012 at the church of St. Augustine in Ramsgate, Kent, very close to the mission's landing site


2013

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

At the 2013 county council elections, control of Kent County Council was held by the Conservatives, which won 44 of the council's 83 seats add something

 

Linda Smith (comedian) - It was deposited at the University of Kent by Linda's partner Warren Lakin in 2013


2014

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

A 2014 study found that Kent shares significant reserves of shale oil with other neighbouring counties, totalling 4,4 billion barrels of oil, which Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon said "will bring jobs and business opportunities" and significantly help with UK energy self-sufficiency add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something

 

Both of these options were dropped in 2014 in favour of expansion at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airport, the latter finally being the chosen option following Theresa May's installation as Prime Minister in summer 2016 add something


2015

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

In the council elections of May 2015 the &United_Kingdom_Independence_Party (UK_Independence_Party) took control of the Council, the first and so far only one in the UK. In October 2015 UKIP lost overall control following a series of resignations, although remaining the largest party, only for UKIP to regain control once more following ward elections in August 2016 add something

 

A further quake on 22 May 2015 measured 4,2 on the Richter Scale add something

 

A further quake on 22 May 2015 measured 4,2 on the Richter Scale add something

 

A further quake on 22 May 2015 measured 4,2 on the Richter Scale add something

 

A further quake on 22 May 2015 measured 4,2 on the Richter Scale add something

 

A further quake on 22 May 2015 measured 4,2 on the Richter Scale add something


2016

Plans for another unitary authority in north-west Kent were dropped, but in 2016 consultations began between five Kent local authorities with a view to forming a new unitary authority for East Kent, outside the auspices of Kent County Council add something

 

Plans for another unitary authority in north-west Kent were dropped, but in 2016 consultations began between five Kent local authorities with a view to forming a new unitary authority for East Kent, outside the auspices of Kent County Council add something

 

Plans for another unitary authority in north-west Kent were dropped, but in 2016 consultations began between five Kent local authorities with a view to forming a new unitary authority for East Kent, outside the auspices of Kent County Council add something

 

Plans for another unitary authority in north-west Kent were dropped, but in 2016 consultations began between five Kent local authorities with a view to forming a new unitary authority for East Kent, outside the auspices of Kent County Council add something

 

Plans for another unitary authority in north-west Kent were dropped, but in 2016 consultations began between five Kent local authorities with a view to forming a new unitary authority for East Kent, outside the auspices of Kent County Council add something


2017

Kent clubs in the higher levels of non-league football include the current incarnation of Maidstone United and Dover Athletic playing in the National League along with Ebbsfleet United, who were promoted in 2017 add something

 

Kent clubs in the higher levels of non-league football include the current incarnation of Maidstone United and Dover Athletic playing in the National League along with Ebbsfleet United, who were promoted in 2017 add something

 

Kent clubs in the higher levels of non-league football include the current incarnation of Maidstone United and Dover Athletic playing in the National League along with Ebbsfleet United, who were promoted in 2017 add something

 

Kent clubs in the higher levels of non-league football include the current incarnation of Maidstone United and Dover Athletic playing in the National League along with Ebbsfleet United, who were promoted in 2017 add something

 

Kent clubs in the higher levels of non-league football include the current incarnation of Maidstone United and Dover Athletic playing in the National League along with Ebbsfleet United, who were promoted in 2017 add something

 

At the national level, Kent is represented in Parliament by 17 MPs, all of whom were Conservative until the general election of June 2017 add something

 

At the national level, Kent is represented in Parliament by 17 MPs, all of whom were Conservative until the general election of June 2017 add something

 

At the national level, Kent is represented in Parliament by 17 MPs, all of whom were Conservative until the general election of June 2017 add something

 

At the national level, Kent is represented in Parliament by 17 MPs, all of whom were Conservative until the general election of June 2017 add something

 

At the national level, Kent is represented in Parliament by 17 MPs, all of whom were Conservative until the general election of June 2017 add something