~ ST. STEPHEN'S ROAD ~
Kings School Sanatorium
1839 George GILLHAM, Wheelwright, St. Stephens Road
1913 Miss KERLY, 3 St. Stephen's Road, Canterbury
John N. Jenner, Builder & Undertaker )
ST. STEPHENS LODGE
School Board - Canterbury 1872 - G. FURLEY, Chairman - Colonel HORSLEY, Vice-Chairman
1881 Colonel CANTIS, St. Stephen's Lodge, Canterbury (Members - from the Report of the East Kent Natural History Society)
1889 Simon Langton (Late Canterbury Middle) Schools Co-optative Governors, The Very Rev. the Dean, George Furley. Colonel Horsley
William H. HORSLEY, Retired Indian Civil Service, born India, his uncle was William CANTIS a retired Colonel in the Madras Army )
W. H. HORSLEY, One of the Vice-Presidents of the East Kent Natural History Society (1891-92), as well as treasurer and librarian
January 1896 - At a well attended meeting of the members of the East Kent and Canterbury Conservative Club on the 4th, Mr. W. H. HORSLEY delivered a very able and lucid address on the subject of "Bimetallism."
July 1907 Singing Lessons - Miss HORSLEY, pupil of Piceoto, and Diplomee of the Schola Cantorum, Paris, receives pupils at St. Stephen's Lodge, Canterbury. Terms on application.
1913 Kent & Canterbury Institute for Trained Nurses, 62 Burgate St. - W.H. Horsley esq. hon. sec.
Samuel J. Nash, Cycle Agent )
1865 Frank CANNON, St. Stephen's Road
1865 Arthur CANNON, St. Stephen's Road
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