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Physical Description

One black and white postcard with a divided back. The postcard was published by T. I.C.

Condition

Used

Postmark Date

[unsent]

Sender

Unknown [Barham, England]

Excerpt from Message

On a tablet in this church are the names of the rectors one of the earliest being that of John Digges 1377. He was the son of [illegible] Diggs living in the 5th year of Edward 2nd wnlse father John, son of Roger a Miedenhall of St. Stephens Parish Kent, who was called Digge gave the "Isle of Brunswick" to the grey Friars at Canterbury. Many generations of Digge lived at Barham Digge Church now called "Digge Place" (1929) a well kept English manor house recently bought and restored by Mr. and Mrs. T.S.B. Gulbrius, was acquired y James Digges, great grandfather of Sir Dubley Digges of Chillam Castle, Kent. Barham is in the road from Canterbury to Dover

Language of Message

English

Language of Postcard

English

Location

United Kingdom—England—Kent County—Barham

Publisher

T. I. C.

Date Issued

1908-

Object Type

Postcard

Object Size

14 X 09 cm

Original Collection

San Diego College for Women Postcard Collection

Digital Collection

British Postcard Collection

Digital Publisher

Copley Library. Univeristy of San Diego

Collection Number

Kent-01

Date Digitized

2013-10-24

Image Format

Image/JPEG

Repository

Special Collections. Copley Library, University of San Diego

Image File Location

O:\Archives\SDCW Postcard Collection\UnitedKingdom\Kent-01A

Image File Size

180 KB

Copyright

Copyright not Evaluated

Keywords

Canterbury (England), Anglican churches

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