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Arthur Percival's History of Faversham Creek

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The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – the background to Percival’s history and the streams that feed the Creek

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 2 – the mystery of the sea level, membership of the Cinque Ports in the 10th century, and the market founded in the 11th century

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 3 – the story of Stonebridge Pond

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 4 – businessman Henry Hatch provides money to build a sluice in 1558 to flush silt from the Creek, and the town flourishes

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 5 – more about the growth of trade along the Creek

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 6 – the port Faversham responds to competition from the railway by straightening its entrance

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 7 – the gunpowder works and the swinging Sluice Bridge

The History of Faversham Creek by Arthur Percival – Part 8 – decay of trade, and how the swing bridge came to stop swinging

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