St. Peter's


1 case of measles attended to in an epidemic of this disease in Grove's Lane, Canterbury during 1852 by G. Rigden, Esq. (138 cases total in the city)

15 cases were fatal - one in Grove's Lane, Male 3 months, death April 17th, Nature of District - Unhealthy Association Medical Journal


THOMAS PAINE - Where do you live? 8, Groves Lane. What is your occupation? A sawyer. Did you get money from Mr. Potter at the last election? Yes. How much? 10s. That was for your vote? He gave me 10s to vote for Hardy and Laurie. Who else did he give money to, do you know? I do not know anything about anyone else. Did you get mone in 1879, last year, do you remember the election in 1879? I never had no money in 1859. In 1879? In 1859 I never had any money. In 1879? I never had no money for electioneerig last year, nor yet before in my life.


No. 4

William TERRY, General Dealer, born Sturry. Wife Catherine TERRY, born Canterbury, children Isabella and Marion, same household Charles F. BENNETT, Teacher of the Classics %


No. 5

Edward DULY, Labourer %


No. 6

Isaac J. MOORE, Bricklayer ^

Sarah Ann CHEESMAN, Housekeeper ^

Margaret MIDDLETON, Nurse ^


No. 7

Gilbert J. DEWHIRST, Carpenter & Joiner ^


No. 8

Robert G. CLARK, Tallow Chandler ^


No. 9

William FRY, Blacksmith %


No. 11

John ANDREWS, Agricultural Labourer ^


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