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St. Stephens, Hackington

Hackington Parish



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Hackington

Hackington, or St. Stephens, is a parish in Blean district, Kent;  on the river Stour, the Canterbury and Whitstable railway, and the Canterbury and Ramsgate railway, contiguous to St Dunstans, on the north side of Canterbury.  Part of it is included in Canterbury city.  Post-town, Canterbury.  Acres, 1,984.  Real property in 1860, £1,668.  Population in 1861, 616.  Houses, 122.  Population of the part within Canterbury, 94.  Houses, 16.

The property is divided among a few.  The manor belonged, in the 17th century, to Sir Roger Manwood;and passed to the Colepepers and the Haleses.  Hale’s Place, near the church yard, superseded a mansion of the Manwoods;  was built in 1768, by Sir Edward Hales;  and is an edifice in the Ionic style.

The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Canterbury.  Value, £412 with a habitable glebe house.  Patron, the Archdeacon of Canterbury.

The church is cruciform;  retains portions built by Archbishop Baldwin;  shows characters from early English to perpendicular;  has a west tower, with massive early English buttresses;  was recently restored  and contains, in the south transept, a fine Tudor monument of sir Roger Manwood.

There are a national school, Manwood’s hospital with £49, and other charities with £15.

Source:  John Marius Wilson, comp.  The Imperial Gazatteer of England and Wales. (London, England: A. Fullerton & Co., 1870).


Hackington Bibliography

-- various. 'Archaeologia Cantiana'. Publisher: Kent, England: Kent Archaeological Society, various dates.  [Note:  The following volumes can be found on archive.org:  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 (1876), 11, 12, 13 (1880), 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32, 34, 35, vol. 1907 supplement.]


  • General references to Hackington: vol. 2, pp. 161; vol. 11, p. 206, 208; vol. 16, p. 151; vol. 20, pp 25; vol. 21, p. 177; vol. 23, p. 74; vol. 25, pp. 101, 107;
  • Brambiltighe in vol. 2, p. 161
  • manor, vol. 40, p. 94
  • suspected persons," vol. 40, p. 124
  • tenant's homages and services vol. 6, p. 234
  • Hales Place and its predecessors, vol. 45, pp. 201-204
  • Lovelaces at vol. 10, p. 201
  • fines relating to, vol. 6, p. 233; vol. 11, pp. 319, 329, 347; vol. 12, pp. 290. 296; vol. 14, pp. 254, 267, 271; vol. 15, p. 299
  • St. Stephen's Church Mr. Foss's paper on vol. 1, p. 73
  • Sir R. Manwood's monument vol. 1, p. 74; vol. 5, p. 29
  • Sir Christopher Hales, buried at, vol. 5, p. 27
  • Rood screen at vol. 4, pp. 370, 373; vol. 44, pp. 263-268
  • Church vol. 25, p. 107; vol. 27, p. 53; vol. 30, p. 242; vol. 45, p. 201
  • Archbishop Baldwin, vol. 44, pp. 253-263
  • Church fittings, vol. 44, pp. 262-263
  • font, vol. 44, p. 262
  • Manwood monument, vol. 44, p. 263
  • rood-loft, vol. 44, pp. 267-268
  • tower, vol. 44, pp. 253, 254-256
  • Bishop's visitation, vol. 29, p. 277
  • Adam, vol. 32, p. 176

Great Britain, Public Record Office. 'Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office--Edward II, Vol. 1. 1307-1313'Each volume has own index. Publisher: Genealogical Society of Utah d.b.a Historical Books on FamilySearch; http://www.familysearch.org.

Great Britain, Public Record Office. 'Inquisitions and assessments relating to feudal aids : with other analogous documents preserved in the Public Record Office, A. D. 1284-1431', Vol. 3. Publisher: Genealogical Society of Utah d.b.a Historical Books on FamilySearch; http://www.familysearch.org.

Great Britain, Exchequer. 'The book of fees commonly called testa de nevill, pt. 3'. The Book of fees contains information about the holdings of feudal tenants. Publisher: Genealogical Society of Utah d.b.a Historical Books on FamilySearch; http://www.familysearch.org.

Hall, Hubert, 1857-1944. 'The Red book of the Exchequer - Liber rubeus de Scaccario, Vol. 3'. The Red book of the Exchequer was a register intended to preserve important documents comprising charters, statutes of the realm, public acts (Placita), private deeds and ordinances, correspondence. Publisher: Genealogical Society of Utah d.b.a Historical Books on FamilySearch; http://www.familysearch.org.

Glencross, Reginald Morshead. 'Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Vol. 1. 1559-1571'. Publisher: Genealogical Society of Utah d.b.a Historical Books on FamilySearch; http://www.familysearch.org.

Hasted, Edward. 'The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent; Containing the antient and present state of it, civil and ecclesiastical; collected from public records, and other authorities: illustrated with maps, views, antiquities, etc. The second edition, improved, corrected, and continued to the present time'. 12 volumes. Publisher: Canterbury: Printed by W. Bristow, 1797-1801. URL: British History Online

Hussey, Arthur. 'Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, mentioned in Domesday book, and those of more recent date'. Publisher: London J.R. Smith,(1852).

Letters, Dr. Samantha. 'Kent', Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516 (2005).  URL: British History Online.

Page, William, 1861-1934, ed.. 'The Victoria history of the county of Kent'. Publisher: London: Constable (1908).  URL: British History Online

Sharp, J. E. E. S., ed.. 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 39', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I. Published:(1906), pp. 315-323.  URL: British History Online.

Sharp, J. E. E. S., ed.. 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 45', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III. Published:(1904), pp. 296-302.  URL: British History Online.


Location of Records

The following list of records is not intended to be exhaustive.  There are many records that are awaiting discovery in archive offices throughout Kent and England.  This list is intended only to set out those records that are available via at least two relatively easy-to-access avenues.  If you have used or discover a record that would be of benefit to other researchers, that is not on this list, please send me an email with the details of the archive - name, address and archival call number.

Census | Church of England | Non-Conformist | Parish chest | Workhouse and Poor Law | Land | Assizes and Sessions | School

 

Census

Date The National Archives, Ruskin Avenue,
Kew, Richmond,
Surrey,
TW9 4DU
also available at:
Hackington Local Studies & Archives, Central Library, High Street, Hackington, BR1 1EX, tel. 020 8461 7170, Email: localstudies.library@Hackington.gov.uk
LDS Family History Centre
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and indexed online at:
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6 June 1841 Currently under revision  
30 Mar 1851 Currently under revision  
30 Mar 1851 census name index & images Currently under revision  
7 Apr 1861 Currently under revision  
2 Apr 1871 Currently under revision  
3 Apr 1881 Currently under revision  
5 Apr 1891 Currently under revision  
31 Mar 1901 Currently under revision  
2 Apr 1911 Currently under revision  
2 Apr 1911 RG 78/139 - Census Enumerator's Summary Books online only http://www.1911census.co.uk and other subscription sites none
 

Church Records, Church of England

Record Type Dates Archive 1
(Addresses)
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Parish Register   Currently under revision  
Bishop's transcripts   Currently under revision  
CMB transcripts   Currently under revision  
Parish Registers, transcribed by Thomas Colyer-Fergusson   Currently under revision  
 

Church Records, Non-Conformist

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(Addresses)
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Particular Baptist Chapel, Nonconformist Return   Currently under revision  
Methodist Church Registers   Currently under revision  
 

Parish chest records

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Parish Council Minutes   Currently under revision  
Removal orders out of Hackington   Currently under revision  
Settlement Examinations, Minute book   Currently under revision  
Overseers' Accounts   Currently under revision  
Return of Churchwardens, constables and defaulters     
Tithe Apportionment Files      
Poor Rate books   Currently under revision  
 

Workhouse and Poor Law Records

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Admission & Discharge books   This section currently under revision  
Guardians' Minutes      
Ledgers      
Births   Currently under revision  
Deaths   Currently under revision  
Religious creed registers   Currently under revision  
Apprentice Register      
Registers of lunatics      
Letters books      
Vaccination registers, Hackington area 1899-1930 Currently under revision  
 

Land Records

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(Addresses)
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Land tax assessments 1780-1831 Currently under revision  
Land tax assessments 1875-1876 Currently under revision  
Land tax assessments 1889-1890 Currently under revision  
Rates and Duties - Houses, Windows, Lights   Currently under revision  
Manorial Court rolls   Currently under revision  
War Damage Files 1939-1962 Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, no.: Finding Aid at CKS-DRb/RW 123 None
 

Assizes and Sessions Records
(poor laws, jail terms, oaths, and other municipal and public records)

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Hearth tax   Currently under revision  
Victuallers Recognizances   Currently under revision  
Churchwarden's Presentments   Currently under revision  
Parish rate books   Currently under revision  
 

School Records

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    Currently under revision  
       

Chronology

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Church Registers


Census


Parish Chest
Records

  • Settlement Certificates
  • Removal Orders
  • Bastardy Examinations
  • Parish-assisted Immigrants
  • Churchwarden's Accounts
  • Overseer's Accounts
  • Surveyor's Accounts
  • Workhouse Records
  • Pew Rents
  • Donors' Rolls
  • Vestry Minutes
  • Bishops' Visitations
  • Parish Magazines
  • Parish Histories

Directories


Total Population

1801   -   255
1811   -   323
1821   -   349
1831   -   436
1841   -   506
1851   -   532
1861   -   616
1871   -   640
1881   -   632
1891   -   697
1901   -   939
1911   -   1,130
1921   -   1,044
The parish was effected by the operation of the Divided Parishes Acts, but the Registrar-General failed to obtain particulars of every such change.  The changes which escaped notification were, however, probably small in area and with little, if any, population.  Considerable difficulty was experienced both in 1891 and 1901 in tracing the results of changes effected in civil parishes under the provisions of these Acts.  The figures in many instances must be regarded as partly estimates.

The ecclesiastical parish of the same name at the 1921 census was coextensive with the civil parish (or place).


Hackington Distance to

London mi.
Canterbury 2.5 mi.
Ashford 14.7 mi.
Chatham 23.7 mi.
Cranbrook 27.7 mi.
Dartford 39.2 mi.
Deptford 49.4 mi.
Dover 16.3 mi.
Faversham 8.1 mi.
Folkestone 16.1 mi.
Gravesend 31.5 mi.
Greenwich 47.6 mi.
Hythe 16.8 mi.
Maidstone 23.9 mi.
Margate 14.2 mi.
Milton Regis 15.0 mi.
Queenborough 15.8 mi.
Ramsgate 15.0 mi.
Rochester 26.4 mi.
Sandwich 11.9 mi.
Sheerness 16.7 mi.
Tenterden 23.7 mi.
Tunbridge 37.4 mi.
Woolwich 45.5 mi.


Directories


Municipal & Public Records

  • Mayors
  • Town Clerks
  • Recorders
  • Chamberlains
  • M.P.s
  • Jurats, Aldermen and Common Councilmen
  • Electoral Register
  • Freeholders
  • Freemen Index
  • Freeman's Roll
  • Masters Index
  • Pubs, Taverns, Inns, Alehouses
  • Victuallers

Wills & Estate Records

  • AD index 1448-1857
  • CC index 1448-1857
  • PCC 1338-1858
  • PPR 1858-1925
  • Depositions

Court Records

  • Gaol Returns
  • Quarter Sessions
  • Transportations
  • Summons for Pavement Repairs
  • Protestation Rolls c1641-1643
  • Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy 1662
  • Oaths of Allegiance c1720s

Military Records


Land Records
& Maps

  • Parish Map
  • Feet of Fines
  • Victoria County History
  • Deeds, Mortgages, etc.
  • Rated Property Returns
  • Returns of owners of land, 1873
  • Manor Court Baron
  • Manor Tenancy Rolls
  • Manors, Castles & Holdings of Significance

Tax Lists

  • Poll Tax
  • Hearth Tax
  • Window Tax
  • Hair Powder Tax
  • Land Tax Assessments 1780-1831
  • Land Tax Assessments 1799-1805

Other Records


Village Resources