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Volume number is in bold. P: Photo, R: Review, FC: Front cover, L: Letter

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‘Pacific’, Ironpot – 15 141-3

Packer, Alfred, & Son – 16 295

Packer, John, Butcher – 3 765-7 L

Packet Boats – 16 615-9 P

Packham Family, Maypole – 14 No 12 FC P

Packman, James – 12 389-94

Paddlesteamers – 9 634 P, 636, 638 P, 639, 10 No 1 Index 7, 11 No 3 IBC R, 235, 13 445 P, 14 117 R, 289-97 P, 15 240-8 P, No 6 IBC L, 19 519, 523-4 P, 600, 607-612 P, 21 92, 112, 311 R, 25 17, 719 P

Paddlesteamers, City of Rochester – 1 227-8 P, 5 287

Paddlesteamers, Flushing Ferry – 1 227 P

Paddlesteamers, Gravesend-London – 1 2-6 P

Paddlesteamers, Margate – 1 30-1

Paddlesteamers, Medway – 3 599-606 P

Paddlesteamers, Sheerness – 7 45, 49

Paddlesteamers, Thanet – 3 627-8 P

Paddlesworth, near Snodland – 1 515-7

Paddlesworth, near Snodland, St Benedict’s Church – 15 696 R

Paddlesworth, near Folkestone, Church – 7 209-12 P

Paddlesworth, near Folkestone, Red Lion Inn – 6 274

Paddock Wood – 19 178 R

Paddock Wood, Dickens Connections – 25 635-7 P

Paddock Wood, Hop-Picking – 1 547 P

Paddock Wood, Railway – 14 632 R

Paddock Wood, Railway Hotel – 25 635-7 P

Paddock Wood, Station – Int 11 P, 21 577-9 P, 25 634 P

Paderewski – 22 251

Pagan Kent – 17 423-7 P

Page & Overton, Brewers – 3 681

Page, Andre & Co, Photographers – 20 267-8

Page Family – 11 690-6

Page, George Mclean – 24 203, 347-8 P

Page, Thomas – 14 75-9

Pageants – 10 801-8 P, 29 3:30-33 P

Pageants, International Beauty, Folkestone – 32 4:5

Pageants, Rochester – 31 3:32-39 P

Paine, Brenda – 16 732-3 P

Paine, George – 25 669, 672-5 P

Paine, Tom – 15 687

Paintings (Oils) in Kent Collections – 26 52 R

Palace Theatre, Gillingham – 31 4:48

Pallo, Jackie – 27 124 

Palmer, Edward – 18 251-252 P

Palmer, Eileen – 17 547

Palmer Family, Hythe – 21 58-65 P

Palmer Family, Snodland – 26 753

Palmer, Frances – 29 5:14-20 P

Palmer, Fred – 21 609-12 P

Palmer, George Hosworthy – 17 288

Palmer, Henry Robinson, Engineer – 19 397-402

Palmer, Samuel, Artist – 1 510 R, 15 387

Palmer, Sir Henry – 24 243, 26 753-57 P

Palmer, Stephen – 23 606-7 P

Palmer, William – 14 270-3

Palmerston, Lord – 26 613-14 P

Panda Press – 26 288-95 P

Pankhurst, Christabel – 29 5:8-9 P

Pankhurst, Emmeline – 23 466, 29 5:8-9 P

Pannage – 20 745

‘Panther’. Oil Tanker – 20 355 P

Paper, Handmade – 2 264-71 P

Papermaking – 21 733-41 P, 24 681, 707-9 P

Papermaking, Maidstone – 3 642-8 P, 14 753, 16 85-7, 28 44-45

Paper Mills – 10 59-66 P

Paper Mills, Aylesford – 19 453-4 P, 544-9 P, 13 25, 72

Paper Mills, Buckland – 13 303, 638-9 P, 641

Paper Mills, Dover Area – 21 733-41 P

Paper Mills, St Mary Cray – 21 516p

‘Paracas’ – 17 3-4 P

Paramoor Grange – 20 406-8 P

Paramore Family – 26 175

Parents’ National Educational Union – 12 219, 23 753

Parfect, Rev Caleb – 14 591

Parham, Frank – 31 4:48

Parhams Builders – 31 4:48-51 P

Parish Constable’s Duties – 19 175, 22 103, 375 L

Parish, Frank Wilson – 24 479-82 P

Parish Records – 3 768 L, 20 559

Parish Relief – 14 153

Parker, Captain Edward Thornborough – 29 4:29

Parker, Edward – 26 359

Parker, James, Cement Mfr – 1 463

Parker, John Lankaster – 6 188, 190

Parker, Matthew, Archbishop – 12 663-5 P

Parker, Richard and Mrs – 14 333-7 P, 16 109-11 P, 17 264-8 P, 501-3 L, 568 L

Parker, Stephen Edward – 14 237-9

Parker, Ted – 25 283-5 P

Parkwood Housing Estate – 27 86 P 

Parliamentary Elections 1790 – 2 121-3

Parliamentary Representation – 25 37-9

Parochial Charities – 17 527-31 P

Parrett, William John – 1 123

Parry-Evans, Rev Adolphus Bartholomew – 15 749-51

Parsonage Farm, Bredgar – 30 6:8 P

Particular Baptists – 12 587

Pasley, Capt CW, RE – 1 157

Passenger Transport – 18 231-236

Passenger Yachts – 9 296-304 P

Passmore Family, Printers – 27 344-350 P 

Passmore, Joseph – 27 345 

Pateman, Ann – 31 2:27

Pateman, Henry – 31 2:25

Pateman, James – 31 2:24-25

Pateman, Robert – 31 2:20-22, 30 3:10-11

Pateman, Walter – 24 119 R

Pateman, Walter & Family – 25 123-30 P 

Patent Medicines – 17 81-6 P

'Patricia' (Trinity House Yacht) – 24 204-5 P

Patrixbourne, Alien Priory – 2 363

Patrixbourne, Church – 8 474-7 P

Patrixbourne, Church, Window – 22 546 P

Patrixbourne, Conynham Oast House – 29 3:19-22 P

Patten, Rev Thomas – 3 615-7

Pattenden, Thomas – 12 424

Pattison, Ralph – 16 75-8

Paulinus – 12 105, 15 423-5

Pavilion Cafe, Orpington – 26 685-89 P

Pavillet, Henry – 15 315-7

Pawnbrokers – 12 225

Pay, Henry – 14 130

Payler Family, Broadstairs – 15 177-9 P

Payn, Stapleton, and Family – 22 429-432

Payne, George, Antiquary – 10 145, 148

Payne, William – 22 749-50

Pea Picking – 25 599-601

Peace, Charles – 23 43-8 P

Peacock, William – 22 535

Pearce, Ernest George – 8 526-32 P

Pearly Kings and Queens – 19 514 P, 25 323, 327 P

Pearse, Evelyn – 25 550-6 P

Pearson, Charles – 20 330, 22 414, 416, 497-9, 511

Pearson, Cpl Daphne, WAAF – 2 72-5 P, 255 L, 12 582, No 12 IBC L

Pearson, Elizabeth – 22 497-502, 507-12 P

Pearson, George – 30 4:16

Pearson, Lester – 18 253, 255 P

Peasants’ Revolt 1381 – 2 125-6 R, 5 677-8, 9 561-5, 11 575-8 P, 14 630, 25 271-2, 696 R

Pease, Jessie – 20 96

Peat Fires Underground – 23 207

Peckham, Early Buses – 22 137-41

Peckham, Early Buses, Thomas Tilling’s Establishments – 22 137-141

Ped’lers Concert Party – 12 80-84 P

Pedley, MGF – 27 275 

Peek-A-Boo (Boutique) – 18 148

‘Peel Castle’ – 18 307

Peg Tiles – 3 72-9 P, No 4 IBC L

Pegwell Bay – 12 482 P, 15 285, 303 P, 327-32 P, 504 L, 19 116-8 P, L, 24 590-1, 27 229 P

Pegwell Bay, Coastguard Station – 1 20 P

Pegwell Bay, Hotel – 29 1:13

Pegwell Bay, Hovercraft – 17 610-20 P

Pegwell Bay, Hugin Viking Ship Replica – 26 234-41 P

Pegwell Village – 3 655-60 P

Peking (Arethusa), Chatham Dockyard32 1:36-39 P, 32 2:14-15 P

 ‘Peking’, Training Ship – 15 84-8 P, 18 No 1 IBC R, 23 546-7 P

Pelham, John – 22 593-7

Pellicetti, Fr Aloysius Louis – 17 601 P

Pells, Alfred – 18 25

Pelmarsh Aerodrome, Jesson Farm – 24 139-41

‘Pelorus’, Pilot Launch – 15 354 P

‘Pelter’ – 23 21

Pelton, Richard, Printer – 7 451-3

Pembury, Church Barrel Organ – 17 25 P

Pembury, Kent College – 30 5:46-47

Penance – 14 524-5

Penenden Heath – 5 433-8 P, 7 159-61 P, 8 631 P, 19 286, 22 698 P, 705-6

Penenden Heath, Cricket – 9 468

Penenden Heath, Election 1790 – 2 121-3

Penenden Heath, Hangings – 9 664, 13 352, 585

Penfold, Frederick – 21 223-228

Penfold’s Funfair – 31 1:44-47 P/2:10

Penge – 13 560-7 P

Penge, Church – 1 332-5 P

Penge, Cinemas – 21 554-7 P

Penge, Libraries – 22 740 P, 742-3

Penge, Place – 1 550

Penge, Police Station – 21 288 P

‘Penguin’ – 17 380-3 P, 509

Peninsular War, Royal Engineers – 1 157

Penn Family – 11 56

Penn, John, Engineer – 18 592

Pennel, Charlie, Taxi-Driver – 19 257-9

Pennell, Joseph and Elizabeth – 17 111-14 P

Penny, Edward – 3 722

Penny Readings – 17 355-62 P

Penshurst – 13 78 P, 388 P 

Penshurst, Butcher’s Shop – 5 70 P

Penshurst, Cricket Ground – 9 271

Penshurst, Policing – 13 397-8

Penshurst Place – 2 493-4 P, 11 92 P, 93, 13 756, 23 733

Penshurst Place, Tonbridge – 29 2:6

Pepper, AHC – 32 6:24

Peppermint – 18 51

Pepys, Elizabeth – 31 6:31 P

Pepys, Samuel – 5 174, 10 293, 11 50, 51, 198, 199, 22 652-3, 26 116, 423, 427-29, 31 3:40-45 P/6:26-32P

Percival, Dr Arthur – 31 5:40

Percival, John L – 31 3:39

Perfect, Charles T – 26 251

Perfect, Foliet and Lucy – 14 659-64

Perfect, George – 14 664

Perfect, William – 14 591-7 P, 659-64 P, 18 216

Perkins, Gwen – 17 108-9 P

Perman Parasol (Grasshopper) – 15 420-1 P

Perrin, Gilbert – 25 369 P, 371-2

Perrin, Mme Gwillum – 23 427-9

Perronet, Charles and Edward – 19 601

Perronet Family – 16 181 R

Perronet, Vincent, Vicar of Shoreham – 1 249-50 P

Perry Court Farm Oast House, Boughton Aluph – 29 3:19 P

Perry Cup (Shooting Trophy) – 19 686 P

Perry Wood – 26 20-24 P, 249 L, 313 L

Perry Wood Murder 1889 – 12 389-94 P, No 9 IBC L, P

‘Perseverance’ – 2 581, 19 95

‘Persian Empire’ – 19 181-3 L, P

Perth, St William of – 11 555

Peters, Andy – 29 4:43-44

Peters Cement Works – 11 110, 15 747

Peterson, Bertha – 20 723-6 P

Petham – 10 183 R

Petham, Church – 6 101-2

Petham, Debden Court Farm – 6 95, 97-8 P

Petham, National School – 6 95-96

Petham, Slippery Sam’s – 11 596 P

Petroleum Warfare – 13 570-5 P

Pett Bottom, Duck Inn – 23 553 P

Pett, Commissioner – 31 6:29-30

Pett (Hastings), WWI Airfield – 7 418-9

Pett, Peter – 11 50, 51, 26 113-5

Pettitt Family, Chilham – 3 175-6

Pettman, FL – 25 443

Petts Wood – 1 318 R

Petts Wood, Cinemas – 21 558-9 P

Petts Wood, Willett Memorial – 15 202 P

Petty, William – 32 3:48-49

Peugeot Car – 25 FCP, 698 P

Pevensey Castle – 20 594, 596-7 P

Pew Rents – 25 658

Pews, Family – 11 21-4 P

Peyton, Thomas – 22 341-3

‘Phantasmagoria’ – 18 264

Phantom Hounds – 31 6:42-47P 

Phantoms – 19 79-83

Phelps, Thomas Prankerd – 11 No 1 IBC R

Philip (Phelip), Matthew – 27 78-83 

Philip, Christina, Brass of – 27 81 P 

Philipot, John – 24 659

Philipot’s Charity – 18 757 R

Phillips, Capt Percival – 6 284-92 P

Phillips Family – 22 387-91 P

Phillips, Rev EA – 18 315-321, No 8 IBC L

Phillips, Stephen – 22 455-9 P

Philpott, Rev John – 23 211

Phipps, Matthew Mark, Brewer – 7 531

Phoenix Gas Light and Coke Co – 20 329-33 P, 409, 412, 463, 469-70

Phoenix Gas Works – 17 286 P, 289, 22 510-1 P

‘Phoenix’, Hoy – 19 197-203 P

Photography – 11 250-8 P, No 7 IBC L, 524-7 P, 16 341, 629 R, 17 13, 25 443-7 P, 536-8

Photography, A Year in the Life Project – 32 4:8 P

Photography, Beckenham – 17 673

Photography, Early – 10 171, 177

Photography, Equipment and Processing – 21 272-9 P

Photography, Faversham – 19 15-16

Photography, Lamberhurst – 23 314-22 P 

Photography, Thanet – 20 293-9 P, 322-8 P

Photography, Tunbridge Wells – 16 250-7 P, 19 20-23, 20 257-68 P

Photography, Visit Kent – 32 1:6 P

Pickett, Francis Norman, Inventor – 3 421-4 P

Pie Powder (Pied Poudre) – 12 658, 24 29

Pier, Hampton Oyster Fishery Co – 26 179-82 P

Pier Pavilion, Herne Bay – 32 1:31 P

Pier Works Lightship, Dover – 24 342-8 P

Pierre, Peter de la – 23 671

Pierrot Troupes – 13 100-5 P

Pier Square, Herne Bay – 29 4:25 P

Piers, Henry – 1 102-3, 248-50

Piers – 22 367-8 P

Piers, Deal – 22 318-9P

Piers, Ramsgate – 22 366-72 P 

Piers, Seaside See Under Town Name

Pig Farming – 22 307

Pig-Keeping – 6 165-8 P, 18 4 P, 24 626-7 P

Pigot’s Directory – 30 3:42-47

Pilch, Fuller – 5 593-5 P, 29 5:6

Pilcher Family – 12 59-62

Pilcher, Percy, Aviator – 3 521-4 P, 21 655

Pilcher, Sam – 26 279-87 P

Pilgrim Route – 24 62

Pilgrimages – 11 555-9 P, 751, 12 263, 340

Pilgrims’ Way – 13 717, 19 631

Pilkington, Gunner William – 25 113-4

Pillboxes – 9 718 P, 11 230 P, 12 269-75 P, 16 358-65 P, 393-4, 597, 18 758 R

Pillow, George and Charles – 16 167-9

Pilot Stations – 13 530-6 P, 592-9 P

Pilotage – 15 351-9 P, 526, 16 469-78 P, 19 497

Pilotage Act 1987 – 16 475

‘Pimlico’ – 17 365 P

Pinfolds – 20 662-6 P

Pinks – 19 37-43 P

Pins, into Waters For Luck – 18 345

‘Pioneer’ – 14 192 P, 195, 198 P, 24 707

Pioneer Players, Folkestone – 20 513-4

Piracy on The Thames 1816 – 16 239-41 P

Pirate Radio – 21 371 R, 28 155-162 P

Pirate, Radio City – 31 4:30-33 P

Pitcher, Thomas, William And Henry – 17 437-8

Pitcher, Walter – 25 379, 386-8

Pitman, Herbert J – 31 1:38-39 P

Pitt Family, Lamberhurst – 12 695 L

Pitt, William – 12 177, 718, 16 407-8

Pixhill Cottage, Great Mongeham – 27 296-300 P 

PLA Tugs – 18 No 8 IBC R

Place Names – 1 373-5, 477-9, 528-30, 621-3, 725

Placentia, Tudor Palace – 14 563, 19 613-5, 24 89

Plague – 3 52-4, 13 75, 14 17, 17 710, 18 275, 395-398

Plague, Black Death – 26 591-96

Plague, Faversham – 17 703-10

Plague, Greenwich, 1655-66 – 26 427-29

Plague, Samuel Pepys – 31 6:30

Plaisance Palace – 12 535

Plaistow, Docks – 24 350-1, 354-5

Plaistow, Police Station – 24 351 P, 465 P 

Plantagenet Burials – 20 536, 538-9

Plante, Mrs Harry – 26 62-3

Plaque Industry, Faversham – 7 218-22 P

Platel, William – 22 173

Platt, Norman – 22 565 R

Plautius – 23 111-16, 677

Plaxol, Old Soar Manor, Jenny the Milkmaid – 30 1:44-45/2:11

Plaxtol – 14 74 P, 748, 24 757 R

Plaxtol, Fair Lawns – 6 593, 595 P

Plaxtol, Local History Group – 29 1:16-17 R

Plaxtol, Post & Post Office – 29 1:16-17 P R

Plaxtol, Victorian School Life – 32 3:15 R

Playfoot, James, & Sons, Farmers – 1 420-1 P, 2 115-20 P, 3 435-49 P, 727-35 P

Playmates, Steam Drifter – 29 6:23

Plaza Cinema, Gillingham – 30 6:36-37 P

Pleasure Boats – 11 122-30 P, 12 244-6

Pleasure Boats, Regulations – 25 363-9

Pleasure Steamer – 26 229 P, 230-1

Pledge Family, Millers – 6 634-43 P

Plimsoll, Samuel – 29 6:14

Ploquet, Robert – 28 270-274

Plot, Robert, of Borden – 3 665-9 P

Plough Engines – 25 314-22 P

Ploughing – 1 254 R, 14 222 P, 25 314-22 P

Ploughing Matches – 23 684, 686 P, 699, 704

‘Plover’ – 18 186 P

Plover (Bird) – 1 25-7 P, 766 R

Pluckley – 3 206-10 P, 13 586 P

Pluckley, Aerodrome – 19 413-4

Pluckley, Brickworks – 9 369-74 P, 397-402 P

Pluckley, Church – 17 528 P

Pluckley, Ghost – 19 621, 28 276-279 P

Pluckley, Goal-Running – 8 271-6 P

Pluckley, Grace Hugo, Epitaph – 32 4:14

Pluckley, Jesse Spicer, Epitaph – 32 4:14

Pluckley, Pluckley Grange Murder – 10 428-32 P

Pluckley, Sheerland Farm – 29 3:21

Pluckley, St Nicholas’ Church – 22 448 P, 28 276 P 

Pluckley, Surrenden Dering – 25 26-7 P

Pluckley, WWI Airfield – 7 419

Pluck’s Gutter – 11 67

Pluck’s Gutter Ferry – 23 No 12 IBC L

Plum Pudding Riots, Canterbury – 32 6:48-50

Plumasserie – 17 743

Plumstead – 21 539-40

Plumstead Common – 25 345-52 P

Plumstead, Conway Road School – 22 417, 420

Plumstead, Conway Street School Evacuees – 24 102-7 P

Plumstead, Life 1900 – 22 248 R

Plumstead, Marshes – 17 337-8, 341, 21 409-12

Plumstead, Munition Workers’ Housing – 6 708-11 P

Plumstead, Police Station – 22 104 P

Plumstead, Policing – 17 332-41 P

Plumstead, Prison – 17 341

Plumstead, Public Bath &Wash Houses – 27 102-104 P

Plumstead, Timbercroft Schools – 3 739-42 P

Pluschow, Gunther – 18 442-445

PLUTO – 14 705-8 P, 15 184 L, No 5 IBC L, 495-9 P

Pluto Pipeline, Greatstone – 31 4:43 P

Plymouth Brethren – 16 321-2

Poaching – 5 106-8, 10 26-8, 12 182, 13 350, 30 3:38-39

Pobjoy Airmotors & Aircraft Ltd – 7 228-37

Pocahontas – 20 509, 21 342

Pocahontas, Grave of – 30 4:7 P/5:13

Pocock, Jack – 15 437

Podger, H & Sons – 17 741-3 P

Pointer, Thomas – 5 683-9

‘Poitiers’, Figurehead – 20 No 6 BC P

Polhill Family – 1 294 P

Police and Policing – 13 393-8 P, 617, 16 626-9

Police and Policing, 999 System – 15 757

Police and Policing, Ambulance – 16 209 P, 376 L

Police and Policing, Ashford – 15 480-5, 506-11 P

Police and Policing, Bexley and Environs – 19 571-80 P

Police and Policing, Bromley – 18 67-73 P

Police and Policing, Callboxes – 15 74-5, 755-7 P, 17 338, 19 576-8 P, 719, 21 287, 292, 22 177, 24 469-70

Police and Policing, Chatham Dockyard – 5 174-80 P, 13 211-6 P

Police and Policing, Chislehurst – 15 65-75 P

Police and Policing, Corruption – 11 353-7 P

Police and Policing, Deptford – 19 715-20 P

Police and Policing, Deptford, Foreign Cattle Market – 23 389-92 P

Police and Policing, Docks – 24 465-6

Police and Policing, Dockyards – 13 211-6 P, 24 41-7 P, 465-6

Police and Policing, Finance, c1790 – 21 374 L

Police and Policing, Fingerprint Evidence First Used – 19 719

Police and Policing, Folkestone – 17 442-6 P

Police and Policing, Fowle Family – 11 500-3 P

Police and Policing, Greenwich – 22 103-12 P, 173-180 P, 26 695-96 P

Police and Policing, History of Kent Forces – 24 182 R

Police and Policing, Horse Patrols – 19 573, 715

Police and Policing, Hythe – 13 683-8 P

Police and Policing, Knockholt Area – 20 635-43 P

Police and Policing, Lewisham – 21 197-204 P

Police and Policing, Margate – 14 240-7 P, 267-73 P 

Police and Policing, Metropolitan Kent – 9 494-8 P

Police and Policing, Motor Cycle – 17 444 P

Police and Policing, Murders of Policemen – 9 23-8 P, No 4 IBC L, 22 173

Police and Policing, Murders of Policemen, of The Crays – 18 517-24

Police and Policing, Murders of Policemen, of The Thames – 19 54 R

Police and Policing, Murders of Policemen, Parks police – 22 179

Police and Policing, Murders of Policemen, Wireless cars – 22 176-7

Police and Policing, North Woolwich – 24 349-58 P, 463-70 P

Police and Policing, Pay – 17 443-5

Police and Policing, Penge – 13 560

Police and Policing, Ramsgate – 13 576-83 P

Police and Policing, Remuneration – 15 482

Police and Policing, Special Constables – 14 267, 15 752, 17 333, 335

Police and Policing, Truncheons – 24 45

Police and Policing, Uniform – 15 66 P, 480 P, 507, 20 388 P

Police and Policing, West Wickham – 15 751-8 P

Police and Policing, Wireless Cars – 15 755-7 P

Political Corruption, Rochester – 13 659-61

Poll Tax (1381) – 11 575

Pollocks Shipyard, Faversham – 21 650-3 P

Polton Valley – 18 35

Pomfret, William Pomfret – 27 111-113 See Burra, William Pomfret

Pons, Sjoerd – 28 286-290

Pontifex, Edmund & William – 2 457

Pontoon Bridge at Gravesend – 18 444 P

Pooles Family – 10 378-83

Poor Houses – 26 143

Poor Law – 12 363-4, 369, 13 239-46 P, 14 738-42

Poor Law Act – 29 4:32

Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 – 11 265, 23 541, 26 143, 27 166-69

Poor Law, Elham – 3 286-91 P

Poor Law, Operation – 26 143-52 P 

Poor Law Reform Act – 24 273, 573

Poor Law Reform Act, Occupations Created – 24 573

Poor Rate – 12 183, 15 224, 18 280

Poor Rate, to Promote Emigration – 15 39-42

Poor Relief – 7 268-9, 597-600, 13 29, 488

Poor Relief, Dartford – 11 393-9 P

Poor Relief, Medway Towns – 8 442-5 P, 695 L

Poor Relief, Minster, Thanet – 11 265-273, 329-36 P

Poor Relief, Sevenoaks – 8 19-22

Poor Relief, Sheerness – 9 330

Poorhouse Diet – 14 741

Poorhouses – 23 541-3 P

Pope, John and Albert Whitmore – 16 667

Pope, Lawrence Victor – 30 4:48-51 P

Popham, Admiral Sir Home – 17 450

Poppy Day 1923 – 13 693-5 P

Port Family, Dairy Farmers – 1 525-7 P

‘Port Jackson’ – 18 690

Port Lympne – 5 156-60 P

Port Of London Boundary – 17 365

Port Victoria – 3 430 P, 10 233, 235, 12 445, 15 9, 18 583

Port Victoria, Jelly Collapse – 25 17-18

Porter, Eileen, Stanley and George – 22 417-24 P, 428

Porter, Richard – 23 189

Porter’s Lock – 18 326-328 P

Portland Cement – 15 161-5 P, 21 718-9

Ports – 31 4:14-15 R

Portsmouth Dockyard – 19 431-6

Portus Lemanis – 19 261-5

Postal Service – 1 127 R, 10 265-71 P, 11 87-92 P, 13 366-72 P, 373-4 R, 488, 16 615-20 P, 19 19

Postal Service, Plaxtol – 29 1:16-17 P R

Postal Service, Strike 1971 – 17 619-20

Postcards – 28 55 P, 32 3:13, 32 4:10 P

Postcards by ‘Jotter’ – 5 70-5 P

Postling, Pent Farm – 21 659, 664-6 P

Postman’s Work, 1970s – 24 389-93 P

Postmaster’s Duties – 16 615-7

Potato Cultivation – 16 133-6 P

Pot-Lids, Victorian – 1 596-7 P

Potter, Tom – 19 672-6

Potteries – 24 592-8 P

Pou Du Ciel (‘Flying Flea’) – 13 314-23 P

Poultry – 28 46-48 P

Poultry-Farming, Bromley Green – 7 11-15 P

Poultry-Farming, Orpington – 8 97-102 P

Poultry-rearing – 24 699-701 P

Pound Farm, Newington – 26 707-08

Pounds – 20 662-6 P

Pout, Dudley – 9 255

Pout, Edward Joseph – 9 250-51, 18 314-321 P, No 8 IBC L, 19 129, 135 P, 20 138, 140

Pout Family – 22 359-65, 379-83 P, 25 9-10 P, 26 601-08 P

Pout, William – 14 523, 696 L

Poverty and Relief – 24 673-5

Powell, Air Cdr GH – 15 197

Powell Family – 22 649-52

Powell, John Powell – 5 21-2, 26

Powell, John Withers – 16 707-10, 18 No 6 IBC L

Powell, Michael – 28 248-250 P, 32 5:7

Powell, Thomas – 22 469-70, 25 280-2, 26 362

Poynings, Robert – 23 151

Poynings, Sir Edward & Sir Thomas – 3 343

Practices Act 1919 – 23 471

Pratts Bottom, Stage Coach Crash – 18 236

Prefabs, Tunbridge Wells – 15 137-9 P, 17 526

Pressburger, Emeric – 28 248-250

Pressgangs – 13 538 P, 14 154 P, 24 665

Pressley, Albert (‘Ninety’) And Bert – 21 544 P, 547

Pressley Family, Boatmen – 25 365-71 P

Preston, St Catherine’s Church – 19 677-8 P

Preston next Faversham – 22 488-96 P, 537-42 P, 570-6 P, 25 638 P, 642-3

Preston next Faversham, Church – 22 570 P, 574-5 P, 25 176 P, 428 P

Preston next Faversham, Macknade – 26 552-58 P

Preston next Faversham, Mill – 22 488 P, 493-6 P, 540-1, 568 L

Preston next Faversham, St Catherine's Church – 26 557 P

Preston next Faversham, Windmill – 25 642 P

Preston-next-Wingham – 24 23-8 P

Preston-next-Wingham, Church – 24 24 P, 742 P, 745-7 P

Preston-next-Wingham, Congregational Church – 11 70-1 P

Preston-next-Wingham, Half Moon and Seven Stars PH – 11 68-9 P

Preston-next-Wingham, School – 24 742-5 P, 749

Preston-next-Wingham, St Mildred’s Church – 11 66-8 P

Preston-next-Wingham, Windmill – 24 22 P

Preston Hall – 5 668-9 P

Preston Mailings, Faversham – 23 164-8 P

Preston Mill – 18 554 P

Preston, Sir Robert – 24 228-9

‘Preussen’, Sailing Ship – 1 721-4 P, 20 151, 26 61

Price, Denis – 25 283-5 P

Price, JH – 1 370

Price, Robert, Revolutionary – 18 79-81

Price’s Patent Bathtubs – 19 396

Price, Thomas – 7 588 P

‘Pride of Kent’, Steam Vehicle – 19 128 P

‘Pride of Place’ Competition – 6 657-60

Primmer, Thomas, Coastguard – 14 555

Prince, Mary – 31 2:6

Prince, Peggy – 26 403

‘Princess Alice’, Collision – 19 468 P, 470-1

‘Princess Alice’, Disaster – 24 353, 357 P

‘Princess Irene’, HMS – 21 521

‘Prins Alexander’ – 19 550 P, 552 P

Pring, Jacob – 21 664-5

Printing – 17 132 P, 169

Printing, Alabaster Passmore & Sons, Tovil – 27 344-350 P

Printing Presses – 26 288-95

Prior Family – 12 145-6

Prior, Samuel – 23 589-95

Prison, Canterbury – 23 555-9 P

Prisoners-of-War – 23 130, 143

Prisoners-of-War, 10th century – 22 723-30 P

Prisons, Belmarsh – 17 341

Prisons, Canterbury (Westgate) – 5 679

Prisons, Chatham – 13 611-5 P, 19 49-52

Prisons, Conditions, Late Georgian Period – 15 291-300

Prisons, Crafts – 9 256-64 P

Prisons, Fordwich – 5 128-32 P

Prisons, Hulks – 22 721-30 P 

Prisons, Maidstone – 5 612-8 P, 6 457-60 P, 13 721, 31 5:47 P

Prisons, Ships – 20 367-8

Prize Money – 23 658

Prizefighting – 9 594-8 P

Probate Records – 25 503 R

‘Problem’ – 23 75-6 P, 24 599, 603 P

Proby, Charles – 22 721-2, 726 P

Proby, Charles and Elizabeth – 21 372 R

Progress Estate, Eltham – 29 5:38-45

‘Prospector’, Steamer – 19 554 P

'Protector' – 24 707, 712 P(lower)

Provendar – 3 355 P

‘Prudential’ – 21 366-70, 25 607-12 P

Prudhommes – 16 174

Pryor, Canon Dr George – 20 379, 380 P

Psyche – 25 364-8 P

Pub Signs – 6 270-4 P

Public Baths & Wash House Act, 1846 – 27 96-98

Public Health, Tunbridge Wells – 15 251-5 P

Public Houses, Haunted – 26 631 R

Public Houses, Herne Bay – 25 571-4 P

Public Houses, on A2 Eltham to Margate – 24 450-53 P, No 9 IBC L

Public Houses, Thompson & Son's tied houses – 24 639-41 P 

Public Libraries – 22 737-43 P, 23 66-74 P, 227-37 P

Public Record Office – 3 256 L

Puckle, Rev John – 15 107, 109-10 P

Puddenpie (Old Recipe) – 13 621-3 P

Pugin, Augustus Welby – 15 669-74 P

Pugin, Edward Welby – 22 295-6

Pulpits, Positioning of – 24 544-5

Punch and Judy – 12 299, 302 P

Pungering – 26 29

Puritans – 18 116 R

Purvis, Corporal – 25 112-14

Puryour, Thomas (Blacktooth), Smuggler – 21 7-14

Pusey William – 28 186-190

Pushball – 5 557-60 P

Putland, Thomas, Mineral Water Mfr – 6 563-4

Pym, John – 15 54

Pym, Sylvia Noble – 9 176-8