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Pacific, ironpot 15 141-3

Packer, Alfred, and 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

Paddington Old Cemetery 36 4:23 P

Paddle Steamer Preservation Society 34 4:11 R

Paddle steamers 10 No 1 Index 7

Paddle steamers 11 No 3 IBC R, 235

Paddle steamers 13 445 P

Paddle steamers 14 117 R, 289-97 P

Paddle steamers 15 240-8 P, No 6 IBC L

Paddle steamers 19 519, 523-4 P, 600, 607-612 P

Paddle steamers 21 92, 112, 311 R

Paddle steamers 25 17, 719 P

Paddle steamers 34 4:11 R, 34 5:46-50 P

Paddle steamers 9 634 P, 636, 638 P, 639

Paddle steamers, City of Rochester 1 227-8 P, 5 287

Paddle steamers, Flushing ferry 1 227 P

Paddle steamers, Gravesend-London 1 2-6 P

Paddle steamers, Margate 1 30-1

Paddle steamers, Medway 3 599-606 P

Paddle steamers, Sheerness 7 45, 49

Paddle steamers, Thanet 3 627-8 P

Paddlesworth, church, near Folkestone n7 209-12 P

Paddlesworth, near Folkestone, Red Lion Inn 6 274

Paddlesworth, near Snodland 1 515-7

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

Paddock Wood 19 178 R

Paddock Wood, Dickens connections 25 635-7 P

Paddock Wood, hop-picking 1 547 P

Paddock Wood, Mascalls Gallery 35 45

Paddock Wood, railway 14 632 R

Paddock Wood, Railway hotel 25 635-7 P

Paddock Wood, St Andrew’s Church 35 420

Paddock Wood, station 0 11 P, 21 5779 P, 25 634 P

Paderewski 22 251

Pagan Kent 17 423-7 P

Page and Overton, brewers 3 681

Page family 11 690-6

Page, Andre and Company, photographers 20 267-8

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

Painting, Medway Towns 34 3:20-25 P

Painting, Samuel Palmer 34 2:18-25 P

Paintings, oil, in Kent collections 26 52 R

Palace Theatre, Gillingham 31 4:48

Palin, Michael 35 242-43 P

Pallo, Jackie 27 124

Palmer family, Hythe 21 5865 P

Palmer family, Snodland 26 753

Palmer, Edward 18 251-252 P

Palmer, Eileen 17 547

Palmer, Frances 29 5:14-20 P

Palmer, Fred 21 60912 P

Palmer, George Hosworthy 17 288

Palmer, Henry Robinson, engineer 19 397-402

Palmer, Samuel 35 45 P

Palmer, Samuel, artist 1 510 R, 15 387

Palmer, Samuel, painter 34 2:18-25

Palmer, Sir Henry 24 243

Palmer, Sir Henry 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

Pankhurst, Emmeline 29 5:8-9 P

Pannage 20 745

Panther, oil tanker 20 355 P

Paper making 21 73341 P, 24 681, 707-9 P

Paper making 35 412 P

Paper making, Maidstone 14 753

Paper making, Maidstone 16 85-7

Paper making, Maidstone 28 44-45

Paper making, Maidstone 3 642-8 P

Paper mills 10 59-66 P

Paper mills, Aylesford 13 25, 72

Paper mills, Aylesford 19 453-4 P, 544-9 P

Paper mills, Buckland 13 303, 638-9 P, 641

Paper mills, Dover 21 73341 P

Paper mills, St Mary Cray 21 516p

Paper, handmade 2 264-71 P

Paracas 17 3-4 P

Paramoor Grange 20 406-8 P

Paramore family 26 175

Parents’ National Educational Union 12 219

Parents’ National Educational Union 23 753

Parfect, Caleb, Rev 14 591

Parham, Frank 31 4:48

Parhams builders 31 4:48-51 P

Paris, Matthew, monk 34 1:16

Parish constable’s duties 19 175

Parish constable’s duties 22 103, 375 L

Parish records 20 559

Parish records 3 768 L

Parish relief 14 153

Parish, Frank Wilson 24 479-82 P

Parker, Captain Edward Thornborough 29 4:29

Parker, Edward 26 359

Parker, James, Cement manufacturer 1 463

Parker, John Lankaster 6 188, 190

Parker, Mathew 37 1:31

Parker, Matthew, Archbishop 12 663-5 P

Parker, Richard and Mrs 14 333-7 P

Parker, Richard and Mrs 16 109-11 P

Parker, Richard and Mrs 17 264-8 P, 501-3 L, 568 L

Parker, Stephen Edward 14 237-9

Parker, Ted 25 283-5 P

Parkinson, William 35 246-50

Parkwood housing estate, Rainham 27 86 P

Parlanti, Conrad 36 6:15

Parliamentary elections 1790 2 121-3

Parliamentary Reform Act (1832) 35 421-23 P

Parliamentary representation 25 37-9

Parliamentary seats, 1832 and 1885 36 6:16-19 P

Parochial charities 17 527-31 P

Parrett, William John 1 123

Parrott, Dr Jeremy 36 5:43

Parrott, George Charles 37 6:11-15

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

Parry-Evans, Rev AB 37 2:18

Parsonage Farm, Bredgar 30 6:8 P

Particular Baptists 12 587

Pasley, Captain 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

Passports 35 640-41 P

Pateman, Ann 31 2:27

Pateman, Emily 34 5:39

Pateman, Florence 34 5:36-39

Pateman, Henry 31 2:25

Pateman, Henry 34 5:34-36

Pateman, James 31 2:24-25

Pateman, Robert 30 3:10-11

Pateman, Robert 31 2:20-22

Pateman, Thomas 34 5:36

Pateman, Walter 24 119 R

Pateman, Walter and family 25 123-30 P

Pateman, William 34 5:39

Patent medicines 17 81-6 P

Patricia Trinity House yacht 24 204-5 P

Patrixbourne, alien priory 2 363

Patrixbourne, Bifrons 37 5:17

Patrixbourne, church 8 474-7 P

Patrixbourne, church, window 22 546 P

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

Patrixbourne, St Mary’s 37 5:17

Patten, Thomas, Rev 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

Pavlovich, Grand Duke Dmitri 37 3:45

Pawlyn, David 36 4:32-34

Pawnbrokers 12 225

Pay, Henry 14 130

Payler family, Broadstairs 15 177-9 P

Payn, Stapleton, and family 22 429-432

Payn, Sydenham (coroner) 37 1:10

Payne, George 36 3:38

Payne, George, antiquary 10 145, 148

Payne, William 22 749-50

Peace, Charles 23 43-8 P

Peacock, William 22 535

Peak, Peter, lawyer 6 3 48

Pea-picking 25 599-601

Pearce, Ernest George 8 526-32 P

Pearly kings and queens 19 514 P

Pearly kings and queens 25 323, 327 P

Pearse, Evelyn 25 550-6 P

Pearson, Charles 20 330

Pearson, Charles 22 414, 416, 497-9, 511

Pearson, Corporal Daphne, WAAF 12 582, No 12 IBC L

Pearson, Corporal Daphne, WAAF 2 72-5 P, 255 L

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

Pearson, George 30 4:16

Pearson, Lester 18 253, 255 P

Peasants’ Revolt 11 575-8 P

Peasants’ Revolt 1381 2 125-6 R

Peasants’ Revolt 14 630

Peasants’ Revolt 25 271-2, 696 R

Peasants’ Revolt 5 677-8

Peasants’ Revolt 9 561-5

Pease, Jessie 20 96

Peat fires underground 23 207

Peck, Gregory 35 550-51 P

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

Pegwell Bay 15 285, 303 P, 327-32 P, 504 L

Pegwell Bay 19 116-8 P, L

Pegwell Bay 24 590-1

Pegwell Bay 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

Pegwell, Sir William Garrow 37 6:44-51 P

Peking / Arethusa, Chatham Dockyard 32 1:36-39 P, 32 2:14-15 P

Peking, training ship 15 84-8 P

Peking, training ship 18 No 1 IBC R

Peking, training ship 23 546-7 P

Pelham, John 22 593-7

Pellicetti, Father 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

Pemberton Billing, Noel, MP 37 2:6

Pembury workhouse 34 5:39

Pembury, church barrel organ 17 25 P

Pembury, Kent College 30 5:46-47

Penance 14 524-5

Pender, Sir John 34 2:43

Penenden Heath 19 286

Penenden Heath 22 698 P, 705-6

Penenden Heath 5 433-8 P, 7 159-61 P

Penenden Heath 8 631 P

Penenden Heath, cricket 9 468

Penenden Heath, election 1790 2 121-3

Penenden Heath, hangings 13 352, 585

Penenden Heath, hangings 9 664

Penfold, Frederick 21 223228

Penfold’s funfair 31 1:44-47 P, 31 2:10

Penge 13 560-7 P

Penge Place 1 550

Penge, church 1 332-5 P

Penge, cinemas 21 5547 P

Penge, libraries 22 740 P, 742-3

Penge, police station 21 288 P

Penguin 17 380-3 P, 509

Peninsular War, Royal Engineers 1 157

Penley, Esther 36 1:38-39

Penley, George 34 2:38

Penley, Sampson 34 2:34-39

Penley, Sampson 36 1:38-39

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 dreadfuls 35 228-32 P

Penny readings 17 355-62 P

Penny, Edward 3 722

Penshurst 13 78 P, 388 P

Penshurst Place 11 92 P, 93

Penshurst Place 13 756

Penshurst Place 2 493-4 P

Penshurst Place 23 733

Penshurst Place, Tonbridge 29 2:6

Penshurst, butcher’s shop 5 70 P

Penshurst, cricket ground 9 271

Penshurst, policing 13 397-8

Pepper, AHC 32 6:24

Peppermint 18 51

Pepys, Elizabeth 31 6:31 P

Pepys, Samuel 10 293

Pepys, Samuel 11 50, 51, 198, 199

Pepys, Samuel 22 652-3

Pepys, Samuel 26 116, 423, 427-29

Pepys, Samuel 31 3:40-45 P,

Pepys, Samuel 34 1:22-27 P

Pepys, Samuel 37 5:14

Pepys, Samuel 5 174

Pepys, Samuel and Chatham Dockyard corruption 31 6:26-32P

Percival, Dr Arthur 31 5:40

Percival, Dr Arthur 36 1:7 P

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

Perfect, William 18 216

Perkins, Gwen 17 108-9 P

Perman Parasol, aircraft 15 420-1 P

Perrin, Gilbert 25 369 P, 371-2

Perrin, Gwillum 23 427-9

Perronet family 16 181 R

Perronet, Charles and Edward 19 601

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

Perth, William of 36 3:10-11

Peters (cement works) 37 2:10

Peters bridge, Snodland 37 2: 10-11 P

Peters cement works 11 110

Peters cement works 15 747

Peters, Andy 29 4:43-44

Peters, Hedley 37 2:16

Peterson, Bertha 20 723-6 P

Peterson, Bertha 36 4:36-43 P

Peterson, Rev William 36 4:36-42

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, Hastings, First World War 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 5589 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

Philip, Prince 35 552

Philipot, John 24 659

Philipot’s Charity 18 757 R

Phillips family 22 387-91 P

Phillips Peggy (née Baker) 36 2:39-41 P

Phillips, Canon Anthony 37 1:30

Phillips, Captain Percival 6 284-92 P

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

Phillips, Sir Thomas 35 235

Phillips, Stephen 22 455-9 P

Philpott, Rev John 23 211

Phipps, Matthew Mark, brewer 7 531

Phoenix Gas Light and Coke Company 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

Photography 25 443-7 P, 536-8

Photography 35 324-30 P

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

Photography, Tunbridge Wells 19 20-23

Photography, Tunbridge Wells 20 257-68 P

Photography, Visit Kent 32 1:6 P

Pickett, Francis Norman, inventor 3 421-4 P

Picture This 2013, University of Kent and Canterbury Cathedral 34 5:9

Pie Powder / Pied Poudre 12 658

Pie Powder / Pied Poudre 24 29

Pieck, Henri Christian 36 6:15

Pier Pavilion, Herne Bay 32 1:31 P

Pier Square, Herne Bay 29 4:25 P

Pier works light ship, Dover 24 342-8 P

Pier, Hampton Oyster Fishery Company 26 179-82 P

Pierre, Peter de la 23 671

Pierrot troupes 13 100-5 P

Piers 22 367-8 P

Piers 6 4 28

Piers, Deal 22 318-9P

Piers, Henry 1 102-3, 248-50

Piers, Ramsgate 22 366-72 P

Piers, seaside See under town name

Pig farming 22 307

Pig-keeping 18 4 P

Pig-keeping 24 626-7 P

Pig-keeping 6 165-8 P

Pigot’s Directory 30 3:42-47

Pilatre de Rozier, Jean-Francois 35 648

Pilch, Fuller 29 5:6

Pilch, Fuller 5 593-5 P

Pilcher family 12 59-62

Pilcher, Percy, aviator 21 655

Pilcher, Percy, aviator 3 521-4 P

Pilcher, Sam 26 279-87 P

Pilgrim route 24 62

Pilgrimages 11 555-9 P, 751

Pilgrimages 12 263, 340

Pilgrims’ Way 13 717, 19 631

Pilkington, Gunner William 25 113-4

Pill boxes 11 230 P

Pill boxes 12 269-75 P

Pill boxes 16 358-65 P, 393-4, 597

Pill boxes 18 758 R

Pill boxes 9 718 P

Pillow, George and Charles 16 167-9

Pilot Inn, the, Dungeness 27 22-25 P

Pilot Stations 13 530-6 P, 592-9 P

Pilotage 15 351-9 P, 526

Pilotage 16 469-78 P

Pilotage 19 497

Pilotage Act 1987 16 475

Pimlico 17 365 P

Pimm, James 36 4:49-51 P

Pimm’s 36 4:49-51 P

Pinfolds 20 662-6 P

Pink Floyd pig balloon, Chilham 34 2:11

Pinks 19 37-43 P

Pins, water folklore 18 345

Pioneer 14 192 P, 195, 198 P

Pioneer 24 707

Pioneer Players, Folkestone 20 513-4

Piracy on the Thames 1816 16 239-41 P

Pirate radio 21 371 R

Pirate radio 28 155-162 P

Pirate radio, Radio City 31 4:30-33 P

Pitcairn Island 36 5:21-25

Pitcairn, Alexander 35 612

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 the Younger, William 36 3:4-5 P

Pitt the Younger, William 36 4:5

Pitt, William 12 177, 718

Pitt, William 16 407-8

Pitt, William the Younger 34 2:45 P

Pixhill Cottage, Great Mongeham 27 296-300 P

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

Placentia, Tudor Palace 14 563

Placentia, Tudor Palace 19 613-5

Placentia, Tudor Palace 24 89

Plague 13 75

Plague 14 17

Plague 17 710

Plague 18 275, 395-398

Plague 3 52-4

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

Plantagenet, Richard, Eastwell 34 2:3

Plantagenet, Richard, legend of, 34 2:3

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, 30 2:11

Plaxtol 14 74 P, 748

Plaxtol 24 757 R

Plaxtol, fair lawns 6 593, 595 P

Plaxtol, local history group 29 1:16-17 R

Plaxtol, post and post office 29 1:16-17 P R

Plaxtol, Victorian school life 32 3:15 R

Playbills 36 1:35-41P

Playfoot, James, and Sons, farmers 1 420-1 P

Playfoot, James, and Sons, farmers 2 115-20 P

Playfoot, James, and Sons, farmers 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

Pleasure boats 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 36 6:34-37 P

Plot, Robert, of Borden 3 665-9 P

Plough engines 25 314-22 P

Ploughing 1 254 R

Ploughing 14 222 P

Ploughing 25 314-22 P

Ploughing matches 23 684, 686 P, 699, 704

Plover 1 25-7 P, 766 R

Plover 18 186 P

Pluck’s Gutter 11 67

Pluck’s Gutter ferry 23 No 12 IBC L

Pluckley 13 586 P

Pluckley 3 206-10 P

Pluckley 35 616-23 P

Pluckley, aerodrome 19 413-4

Pluckley, brickworks 9 369-74 P, 397-402 P

Pluckley, church 17 528 P

Pluckley, First World War airfield 7 419

Pluckley, ghosts 19 621

Pluckley, ghosts 28 276-279 P

Pluckley, ghosts 34 6:43-45

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’s Church 22 448 P

Pluckley, St Nicholas’s Church 28 276 P

Pluckley, St Nicholas’s Church 34 6:45 P

Pluckley, Surrenden Dering 25 26-7 P

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 and wash houses 27 102-104 P

Plumstead, Timbercroft schools 3 739-42 P

Pluschow, Gunther 18 442-445

Pluschow, Gunther 36 2:6-7 P

Pluto (pipeline under the ocean) 14 705-8 P

Pluto (pipeline under the ocean) 15 184 L, No 5 IBC L, 495-9 P

Pluto (pipeline under the ocean), Greatstone 31 4:43 P

Plymouth Brethren 16 321-2

Poaching 10 26-8

Poaching 12 182

Poaching 13 350

Poaching 30 3:38-39

Poaching 5 106-8

Pobjoy Airmotors and Aircraft 7 228-37

Pobjoy, Rochester 3 10 P

Pocahontas 20 509

Pocahontas 21 342

Pocahontas, grave 30 4:7 P, 30 5:13

Pocahontas, Gravesend 34 4:36 P, 34 5:26-27 P

Pocock, Jack 15 437

Podger, H and 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

Police and policing 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 area 19 571-80 P

Police and policing, Bromley 18 67-73 P

Police and policing, callboxes 15 74-5, 755-7 P

Police and policing, callboxes 17 338

Police and policing, callboxes 19 576-8 P, 719

Police and policing, callboxes 21 287, 292

Police and policing, callboxes 22 177

Police and policing, callboxes 24 469-70

Police and policing, Chatham Dockyard 13 11-6 P

Police and policing, Chatham Dockyard 5 174-80 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

Police and policing, dockyards 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

Police and policing, Greenwich 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 22 173

Police and policing, murders of policemen 9 23-8 P, No 4 IBC L

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

Police and policing, special constables 15 752

Police and policing, special constables 17 333, 335

Police and policing, truncheons 24 45

Police and policing, uniform 15 66 P, 480 P, 507

Police and policing, uniform 20 388 P

Police and policing, West Wickham 15 751-8 P

Police and policing, wireless cars 15 755-7 P

Police, first policewomen 37 1: 42-45 P

Police, Kent force and museum 37 6:6-7

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 and William 2 457

Pontoon bridge at Gravesend 18 444 P

Pooles family 10 378-83

Poor house, diet 14 741

Poor houses 23 541-3 P

Poor houses 26 143

Poor law 12 363-4, 369

Poor law 13 239-46 P

Poor law 14 738-42

Poor Law Act 29 4:32

Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 11 265

Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 23 541

Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 26 143

Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 27 166-69

Poor Law Reform Act 24 273, 573

Poor Law Reform Act, occupations created 24 573

Poor law, Elham 3 286-91 P

Poor law, operation 26 143-52 P

Poor rate 12 183

Poor rate 15 224

Poor rate 18 280

Poor rate, to promote emigration 15 39-42

Poor relief 13 29, 488

Poor relief 7 268-9, 597-600

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

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 Authority tugs 18 No 8 IBC R

Port of London boundary 17 365

Port Victoria 10 233, 235

Port Victoria 12 445

Port Victoria 15 9

Port Victoria 18 583

Port Victoria 3 430 P

Port Victoria, Grain 35 5:14 P R

Port Victoria, jetty 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

Portland Cement 21 718-9

Ports 31 4:14-15 R

Portsmouth Dockyard 19 431-6

Portus Lemanis 19 261-5

Postal service 1 127 R

Postal service 10 265-71 P

Postal service 11 87-92 P

Postal service 13 366-72 P, 373-4 R, 488

Postal service 16 615-20 P

Postal service 19 19

Postal service, Plaxtol 29 1:16-17 P R

Postal service, strike 1971 17 619-20

Postcards 28 55 P

Postcards 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

Potteries, Trottiscliffe 36 4:45 P

Potteries, Upchurch Pottery 36 1:42-43 R

Potteries, Upchurch Pottery 36 4:45-47

Pou deu Ciel / Flying Flea aircraft 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

Pound, Daniel John 37 3:8-15

Pound, Henry 37 3:8-15

Pounds 20 662-6 P

Pout family 22 359-65, 379-83 P

Pout family 25 9-10 P

Pout family 26 601-08 P

Pout, Dudley 9 255

Pout, Edward Joseph 18 314-321 P, No 8 IBC L

Pout, Edward Joseph 19 129, 135 P

Pout, Edward Joseph 20 138, 140

Pout, Edward Joseph 9 250-51

Pout, William 14 523, 696 L

Poverty 35 1:39

Poverty and relief 24 673-5

Powell family 22 649-52

Powell, Air Commodore GH 15 197

Powell, John Powell 5 21-2, 26

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

Powell, Michael 28 248-250 P

Powell, Michael 32 5:7

Powell, Thomas 22 469-70

Powell, Thomas 25 280-2

Powell, Thomas 26 362

Poynings, Robert 23 151

Poynings, Sir Edward and Sir Thomas 3 343

Practices Act 1919 23 471

Pratchett, Terry 35 237

Pratts Bottom, stage coach crash 18 236

Prefabs, Tunbridge Wells 15 137-9 P

Prefabs, Tunbridge Wells 17 526

Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood 36 3:19-21 P

President, HMS 37 5:5 P

Press gangs 13 538 P

Press gangs 14 154 P

Press gangs 24 665

Pressburger, Emeric 28 248-250

Pressley family, boatmen 25 365-71 P

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

Preston Hall 5 668-9 P

Preston Maltings, Faversham 23 164-8 P

Preston Mill 18 554 P

Preston, Sir Robert 24 228-9

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

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 19 677-8 P

Preston-next-Faversham, St Catherine’s Church 22 570 P, 574-5 P

Preston-next-Faversham, St Catherine’s Church 25 176 P, 428 P

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 public house 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

Preussen, sailing ship 1 721-4 P, 20 151

Preussen, sailing ship 26 61

Price, Denis 25 283-5 P

Price, Dr David 37 3:10-13 P

Price, JH 1 370

Price, Rev Lewis 35 233

Price, Robert, revolutionary 18 79-81

Price, Thomas 7 588 P

Price’s patent bathtubs 19 396

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 Alice, paddle steamer 34 5:46-50 P

Princess Irene 36 4:6-7 P

Princess Irene, HMS 21 521

Pring, Jacob 21 664-5

Pringle, Col John 37 1:12-15

Prins Alexander 19 550 P, 552 P

Printing 17 132 P, 169

Printing presses 26 288-95

Printing, Alabaster Passmore and Sons, Tovil 27 344-350 P

Prior family 12 145-6

Prior, Samuel 23 589-95

Prison diet 1834 17 75

Prison, Canterbury 23 555-9 P

Prisoner of war camps 34 6:46-50 P

Prisoner of war camps in Kent 35 216-21 P

Prisoner of war camps, Ashford 34 6:47

Prisoner of war camps, Herne 34 6:47

Prisoner of war camps, Tilmanstone 34 6:47 P

Prisoners of war 23 130, 143

Prisoners of war 36 2:50-55

Prisoners-of-war, 10th century 22 723-30 P

Prisons, Belmarsh 17 341

Prisons, Canterbury, Westgate 5 679

Prisons, Chatham 13 19 49-52

Prisons, Chatham 13 611-5 P

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 13 721

Prisons, Maidstone 31 5:47 P

Prisons, Maidstone 5 612-8 P

Prisons, Maidstone 6 457-60 P

Prisons, ships 20 367-8

Pritchard, Lorenzo 37 2:6

Prize fighting 9 594-8 P

Prize money 23 658

Probate records 25 503 R

Problem 23 75-6 P

Problem 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

Prostitution 36 1:19-20

Protector 24 707, 712 P

Provender / Provendar 3 355 P

Provender House, Norton 36 2:28-32 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 and Wash House Act, 1846 27 96-98

Public Health, Tunbridge Wells 15 251-5 P

Public houses, Coopers Arms, Rochester 34 6:43

Public houses, haunted 26 631 R

Public Houses, Herne Bay 25 571-4 P

Public houses, Hollingbourne 34 6:22-25 P

Public houses, King’s Head, Hollingbourne 34 6:22-23 P

Public houses, Old England Inn, Hollingbourne 34 6:24-25

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

Public houses, Ringlestone, Hollingbourne 34 6:25

Public houses, Six Bells, Hollingbourne 34 6:22-23 P

Public houses, The Windmill, Hollingbourne 34 6:22-23

Public houses, Thompson and Son’s tied houses 24 639-41 P

Public Libraries 22 737-43 P

Public Libraries 23 66-74 P, 227-37 P

Public Record Office 3 256 L

Puckle, John, Rev 15 107, 109-10 P

Puddenpie recipe 13 621-3 P

Pugin, Augustus 35 350-51 P

Pugin, Augustus Welby 15 669-74 P

Pugin, Edward Welby 22 295-6

Pujji, Mahinder Singh 36 1:8-9 P

Pulham, James and Sons 35 410

Pulpits, positioning of 24 544-5

Punch and Judy 12 299, 302 P

Pungering 26 29

Purcell Miller Tritton 36 2:33

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 manufacturer 6 563-4

Pygmalion 36 4:31

Pym, John 15 54

Pym, Sylvia Noble 9 176-8