St. George's Field / New Road

opened by an Act of Parliament 1790


August 1913 - Godden and Son, Auctioneers, House and Estate agents, Station Road East, Canterbury. Have for dispoal the following desirable properties. To let, unfurnished... St. George's Fields. Semi-detached house, well situated, containing 2 reception rooms, domestic offices, 4 bedrooms, bathroom (h and c). Nice garden. Rent: £45 per annum



Miss SAFFERY, St. George's Field - Listed under Academies


No. 4


1873 (return of owners of land, 1873) E. Plummer, The Firs, 4,St. George's Fields, Canterbury

Acres. 111, 0, 31

Rent 149 1


No. 5

Henry Jackson, Retired Watchmaker %


No. 6

Henry H. Kirkby %

1830 Poll of the Electors

Henry Kirkby, St. George's, Gentleman

(was a death in Canterbury of a H. H. Kirkby Esq. aged 77 on Sept. 5, 1853) Henry Healy Kirkby (???son on the Henry Kirkby below ??)

April 17th, 1803 at Canterbury, in his 69th year, after a painful and lingering illness, Mr. Henry Kirkby, printer and one of the Proprietors of the Kentish Gazette. GM

The Orthodox churchmans magazine - On Sunday died, at his house in St. George's Fields, Canterbury, in the 69th year of his age, Mr. Henry Kirkby, printer and one of the proprietors of the Kentish Gazette

*Parish Registers - St Peters: To the Memory of E.K.* she died February 18th, 1841 in the 76th year of her Age Also of Henry Henley Kirkby** died September 5th, 1853, aged 77 years. Footstone E.K. 1841 H.H.K. 1853

*Elizabeth Kirby.. of St. Paul's, buried March 4th, 1841

** In the register Henry Healy Kirkby

W. GROOMBRIDGE, Esq., 6 St. George's Fields, Canterbury (1880 Members - from the 1881 Report of the East Kent Natural History Society)


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