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151 He was a Major, R.A. Thomas Walker BRIDGES
 
152 On his burial, John was described as being 70 years old of Dane's Court in Boughton-Blean.

Will probated Consistory Court as follows:
BROADBRIDGE John of Boughton-Blean 1699 vol. 57 folio 95 LDS Film #0188874 
John BROADBRIDGE
 
153 On marriage he was described as a widower and Yeoman of Sheldwich of Dane's Court and Margaret was a spinster. John purchased two-thirds of Goldfield Bottom in Sheldwich from his first wife's sisters: Anne, wife of John Laurance, and Susanna who had first married Andrew [surname unknown] and second married James Finch. By Will John devised it to his four sons.

Will probated in Consistory Court as follows:
BROADBRIDGE John of Boughton-Blean 1713-1722 vol. 59 folio 412 LDS Film #0188876-77 
John BROADBRIDGE
 
154 Created K.B. at Coronation of Richard II, 1377. Anthony BROWNE
 
155 Beheaded George BROWNE
 
156 Of Beechworth, Surrey, Treasurer of the Household of Henry VI, Sheriff of Kent 1440 and 1460. Beheaded 1460. Thomas BROWNE
 
157 Ordained Deacon and Priest the same day by Archbishop's dispensation on 25 April 1562 at Bishop's Manor, London, Great Chapel or Oratory; Vicar of Herne 19 October 1577, later Perpetual Vicar of Herne; Vicar of Monkton 1574-1590; received MA on 24 September 1584 Rector of Harbledown (all in Kent) and Rector of Snave made vacant as of 6 March 1590 by reason of his death during February 1590.

Ordination Evidence Detail
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Evidence
Cleric Detail Surname Brydges
Forename Johannes
Title
Qualification
University
College
Year
Event Type Type ordination
Date 25/4/1562
Place: Bishop's Manor, London,
Church: Great Chapel or Oratory
Clerical Status: deacon
Letters Dimissory No
Source Guildhall Library, 9535/1

Bishop Grindal, Edmund/London 1559-1570

Description No further details. Ordained deacon and priest the same day by Archbishop's dispensation.

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Ordination Evidence Detail
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Evidence
Cleric Detail Surname Bridges
Forename Johannes
Title
Qualification
University
College
Year
Event Type Type ordination
Date 25/4/1562
Place Bishop's Manor, London
Church Great Chapel or Oratory
Clerical Status priest
Letters Dimissory No
Source Guildhall Library, 9535/1

Bishop Grindal, Edmund/London 1559-1570

Description Ordained deacon and priest the same day by Archbishop's dispensation.

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Liber Cleri Detail
Linked to person: Bridges, Johannes 1577-1590 View Full Liber Cleri Record CCEd Record ID: 151064 Close Window
Evidence
Cleric Detail Surname Brydge
Forename Johannes
Title Magister
Qualification
Event Type Date: 19/10/1577
Office/Status: Vicar
Location: Herne /
Source CCA, DCb X.8.6 (Liber Cleri): 1577

Ordinary / Jurisdiction Grindal, Edmund/Canterbury 1576-1583

Description

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Liber Cleri Detail
Linked to person: Bridges, Johannes 1577-1590 View Full Liber Cleri Record CCEd Record ID: 83277 Close Window
Evidence
Cleric Detail Surname Bridges
Forename Johannes
Title Magister
Qualification: MA
Event Type Date: 24/9/1584
Office/Status: Rector
Location: Harbaldowne /
Source CCA, DCb Z.3.12. (Liber Cleri): 1584

Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archdeacon of Canterbury/Canterbury

Description preacher

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Vacancy Evidence Record
Linked to person: Bridges, Johannes 1577-1590 CCEd Record ID: 53525 Close Window
Evidence
Cleric Detail Surname Bridges
Forename John
Title
Qualification
University
College
Year
Event Type Reason natural death
Date 6/3/1590
Office/Status: Rector
Clerical Status
Location: Snave//
Source LPL, Whitgift's Register, vol. 1 (Register)

Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift, John/Canterbury Province 1583-1604

Description

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Vacancy Evidence Record
Linked to person: Bridges, Johannes 1577-1590 CCEd Record ID: 53508 Close Window
Evidence
Cleric Detail Surname Bridges
Forename John
Title
Qualification MA
University
College
Year
Event Type Reason: resignation
Date 5/9/1590
Office/Status: Perpetual Vicar
Clerical Status
Location: Hearne//
Source LPL, Whitgift's Register, vol. 1 (Register)

Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift, John/Canterbury Province 1583-1604 
John BRYDGES AKA BRIDGES
 
158 After the death of Nathaniel, Martha married a Mr. Bond. Martha BRYSSENDEN
 
159 Will dated 1777 Thomas BUCK
 
160 K.C.B. Henry Noel BUNBURY
 
161 By 1891 Charles, who worked as a steam sawyer, had married but he did not then have any children. Charles and his new wife - Fanny, lived at 32 Westgate Road, next door to his second cousin, Ann (nee Gregory) Bodeker. Unfortunately, any recollection as to how these two cousins got along has been lost over the years. The consanguenous relationship between Charles and Ann is traced back to their common set of great-grandparents, Thomas Nutt and Mary Herman. Charles Henry BUNTING
 
162 By 1881 George had moved away from Faversham to pursue work in Luddenham. He had married - Mary A., and had a daughter - Florence. As of the 1891 census, George was still working as a general labourer but had moved residence to 46 Pheasants Cottages at Oare. Two more children were born there in the intervening years: Elizabeth during 1883, which establishes the family's general move into Oare around this time, and George during 1890. George Wallace BUNTING
 
163 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
164 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
165 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
166 His father, Thomas L. Carlin, had been born in New Orleans, U.S.A. and his mother Rosella nee James in Kentucky, U.S.A.. Cause of death was due to hypostatic pneumonia resuting from a fracture of the left humerus when he slipped and fell in the bathroom at the City Infirmary on June 9, 1941. Thomas J. CARLIN
 
167 Died unmarried Ann CARTER
 
168 Died unmarried. Ann CARTER
 
169 Died unmarried. Ann CARTER
 
170 Died unmarried Anna Maria CARTER
 
171 There was no issue from this marriage to Richard Austin. Catherine CARTER
 
172 M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. Charles Edwin James CARTER
 
173 He of 3 Anglesea Terrace, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex, K.J.J., J.P. Sussex Charles Pemberton CARTER
 
174 Not mentioned in his father's Will of 1662. Christopher CARTER
 
175 From A2A website:
RECOGNIZANCES:
FILE - File of indictments for felonies for Midsummer QM/SI/1615 [all ignoramus] - ref. QM/SI/1615/3 - date: July 1615 item: Smacke Carter of Boughton-under-Blean, yeoman, at Woodnesborough, stole 12s. 6d. in money from Andrew Newman. [Ignoramus] - ref. QM/SI/1615/3/4 - date: 20 March 1614/15 FILE - "Sidracke" Carter of Boughton [under-Blean], husbandman, in £10, to appear and answer charges brought by Andrew Newman; surety, John Hickes of the same, husbandman - ref. QM/SRc/1614/14 - date: 13 May 1614 FILE - Andrew Newman of Boughton [under-Blean], in £5, to appear to prosecute Sidracke Carter, [see QM/SRc/1614/14] for picking his pocket - ref. QM/SRc/1614/15 - date: 25 July 1614



1616 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/20/19 - date: 17 Dec 1616 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (office); Defendant: John POOLYE St Alph Cant, Thos ANDREWES New Romney, Alice CARTER wife of Ciriac C Boughton Blean, Wid WYSE Boughton Blean, Augustine CARR Boughton Blean, Geo ROOKE Monks Horton exor of Sir John, SCOTT Smeeth FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/20/37 - date: 4 Nov 1616 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Office; Defendant: Mark PEMBLE, Boughton Blean; Documents: Alleg; Case: Adult with wife of Cyriac CARTER FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/20/55 - date: 25 Feb 1616 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Office; Defendant: Alice CARTER, Boughton Blean; Documents: Excep; Case: Adult with Mark PEMBLE

FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/20/60 - date: 25 Feb 1616 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Alice CARTER wife of Ciriac C Boughton Blean; Defendant: Mgt BRODNEX wife, of Gervase B, Boughton Blean; Documents: Arts; Case: D
1617 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/21/33 - date: 28 Jun 1617; exh 1 Jul 1617 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Office; Defendant: Alice CARTER; Documents: Inhib from Audience

FILE - Sched excom: Alice CARTER & Mark PEMBLE, both Boughton Blean: for non-appearance - ref. DCb/PRC/18/14/112 - date: 18 Nov 1617
FILE - Appeal against excom: Alice CARTER, Boughton Blean - ref. DCb/PRC/18/14/138 - date: 31 Jan 1617/8

1618 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/22/39 - date: 21 Oct 1618 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (office); Defendant: Jas FORSYTH St Mary Dover, John TOMAS curate Capel, Rob WOODNEY curate Hawkinge (scored through), Jas NEWLAND Lyminge (scored through), Phillis SPICER als JENKIN Lyminge, Wm RICKARD curate Bethersden, Alice CARTER wife of Ciriac C Boughton Blean (scored through), John SAWEN St Mgt Cant FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/22/70 - date: 16 Dec 1618 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (office); Defendant: Mark PEMBLE Boughton Blean, Alice CARTER Boughton Blean, Hy PISING St And Cant, Edw LYNDFORD Maidstone, Wm WYNTER Buckland
1618 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/23/34 - date: 6 Jun 1618 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Appeal by Alice CARTER; Defendant: Thos POPE & Rob SPENCER; Documents: Order from Audience FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/23/55 - date: 15 Jul 1618 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (office); Defendant: Saml RUSSKEE Sandwich, John DRAPER St Alph Cant (scored through), Anth PENNY Boxley, Mary SHAWE als PENNY Boxley, Abram AMYS Wittersham, Mary HUNTINGTON New Romney (scored through), Joan ADAMS New Romney, Rich NEALE St Jas Dover, Alice CARTER wife of Ciriac C Boughton Blean (scored through), Mark PEMBLE Boughton Blean (scored through), Mary PETTYT wid Boughton Blean

Box Dioc 9 FILE - Alice Carter v Thomas Pope & Robert Spenser - ref. DCb/Box/9/31 - date: 1618 FILE - Alice Carter v Thomas Pope & Robert Spenser - ref. DCb/Box/9/32 - date: 1618

1619 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/25/38 - date: 28 May 1619 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (office); Defendant: John HARNET St Mary North Cant, Wm SMYTH farm rect Godmersham, Alice CARTER wife of Ciriac C Boughton Blean (scored through), Rel & exix of John FOTHERBYE of Little Chart FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/25/39 - date: 22 Apr 1619; exh 28 Apr 1619 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Office per Thos POPE & Rob SPENSER; Defendant: Alice CARTER; Documents: Inhib from Audience

1620 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/26/32 - date: n.d [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: John POWELL exor; Defendant: Alice SHAWE als CARTER & Dorothy S als BATTY sists; Rich, Wm & John S sons of John S bro decd; (2 blanks) S daus of said John S decd; Documents: Alleg; Case: Test Wm SHAWE Boxley FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/26/33 - date: 3 May 1620 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: John POWELL exor; Defendant: Alice SHAWE als CARTER & Dorothy S als BATTY sists; Rich, Wm & John S sons of John S bro decd; (2 blanks) S daus of said John S decd; Documents: Sent 1622 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/30/73 - date: 27 Feb 1622 [from Scope and Content] Documents: Bond; Case: Test (?Cleve CARTER) 
Cirriack CARTER
 
176 Died unmarried Elizabeth CARTER
 
177 Elizabeth died sine prole Elizabeth CARTER
 
178 Major Royal Berks. Regt. Francis Charles CARTER
 
179 At Crundale:
In The Body. 6. On A Flat Stone, is this Inscriptn. & Coat. [Purp. 2 lions rampt. combattt. imp. 2 bars erm. in chief, 3 foxes’ heads erased]. Here lieth interrd The Body of George CARTER of Crondall, Gent, who deceased in the Year of Our Lord God 1653, being of ye Age of 63 Years. Here also lieth interrd The Body of George Carter, Gent (Grandson of the above George Carter Gent deceas’d). He left Issue by Catharine his Wife, 7 Sons, and 2 Daughters and departed this Life, Novemb. 27 A.D. 1700. Aged 57 Years. 7. On Another Flat Stone, with this Coat. [CARTER as before, P.19. imp. Sa. a – betw. 3 right hands arg.]. Here lieth interr’d the Body of George CARTER, Gent, Eldest Sonn unto George Carter, Gent, deceased, leaving Issue (by his Wife Jane, the only Daughter of Thomas BATE of Lydd, Gent, also deceased, and Joane his Wife, eldest Daughter unto William WILCOCKE, of The Town aforesaid, Gent) 6 Sons, George, Thomas, John, William, Robert & James; and 4 Daughters, Joane, Elisabeth, Mary, and Anne; who died ye 27th Day of July, Anno Dni 1662. Cui Nasci contigit, Mori restat. Who has his Birthday, has his Burial too;/ As we into The World came, out we goe./ Why boast we of Our Wealth, what Lands we have?/ We all, at Length, are landed in the Grave. 8. On a Beam under The Queen’s Arms, this Inscription: Mrs Catherine CARTER of Winchcomb, gave The Painting of The Queen’s Arms, 1710.

At Godmersham:
5. On a Neat Monument on ye S. Wall with this Coat. [Gu. a - or charged with a crest. betw. 2 martlets sa. betw. 3 rabbits seiant arg]. (Christmas of Colchester). Patri et Matri. Jacobo CHRISTMAS, A.M. Eccleae. de Ulcombe Rectori Revd. ac hujusce de Godmersham dismissimo Vicario, Johannis Christmas de Southfleet Gen. Filio Natu Maximo qui obijt VI Cal. Feb. A. Christi 1712/3 ac etiam Annae ejus Uxori, Georgij CARTER de Crundale Gen. Filiae Natu Maximae quae Virum praeivit Jdibus Feb. A. Dni 1711/2 quibus Trina superstabat Proles; Filius unicus Johannes, Binaeq, Filiae, Elisabetha et Juditha. Quarum Prior in Testamento Patris Executrix sola nominata, cum hoc Monumento Maerens parentavit. 6. On Another Neat Monument on ye S. Wall with this Coat. [Or, 2 lions rampt. combatant gu. in chief a cresct. sa. for differce]. Near this Place lies the Body of Thomas CARTER of Bilting Gent. Second Son of George Carter of Whinchcomb in Crundale Gent, and Jone his Wife; he lived piously & died penitently Septre. ye 29th 1707. Aged 57 Years. Leaving 2 of his Younger Brothers, William and Robert, his Heirs and Executors, at whose Charge this Monument was erected in Memory of him. 
George CARTER
 
180 Captain in militia. He is the George Carter who sold Winchcomb in Crundale. George CARTER
 
181 Died unmarried George CARTER
 
182 Doctor of Divinity, prebendary of St. Paul and Peterborough and vicar of Lydd, Provost of Oriel College, Oxford. MI at Chapel of Oriel College. George CARTER
 
183 he of Kennington, Clerk and Rector of Falkenhurst.

THE MANOR OF HURST, was given by Henry II. to William, son of Balderic, to hold in sergeantry, by the service of keeping one hawk, for the king and his successors, at their pleasure, whose descendant Godfrey le Huton, afterwards surnamed Le Falconer, from his tenure of this mansion, possessed it in the 43d year of king Henry III. From which circumstances likewise it gained the name of Falconers Hurst, and as sometimes knights service was annexed to a sergeantry, so this manor was held likewise by the service of the 60th part of a knight's fee. (fn. 1) He died possessed of this manor, held as above-mentioned in capite, in the 7th year of king Edward I. His son Robert le Fauconer, in the 21st year of that reign, was allowed free-warren, view of frank-pledge, assize of bread and beer, and other liberties within this manor; and from him it descended to John Fauconer, who, in the 17th year of king Richard II. was found to die possessed of this manor of Herst Fauconer, with the advowson of the church, held as above-mentioned, bearing for his arms, in allusion to their tenure here, Quarterly, argent and azure, a falcon volant, or. He left two sons, Henry, who from his residence at Michelgrove, in Sussex, had taken that name, and John, who retained the name of Fauconer. Henry Michelgrove, the eldest son, succeeded him in this manor and advowson, and died the next year, as did John his son, three years afterwards, an infant, and in wardship to the king. On which John, his uncle, who had taken the name of Michelgrove, succeeded him here, as did his descendant of the same name in the 1st year of king Henry IV. leaving an only daughter and heir Elizabeth, who afterwards carried this estate, as well as the seat of Michelgrove, in marriage to John Shelley, esq. afterwards of Michelgrove, in whose descendants it continued down to the right hon. Sir John Shelley, bart. who alienated this manor, with the advowson of the church, to George Carter, esq. of Kennington, whose only son the Rev. George Carter, now of Kennington, is the present owner of it. (fn. 2)

Citation
'Parishes: Hurst', Hasted, Edward. "The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 8" (1799), pp. 327-331. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63490&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008.

RAYMONDS is a manor in this parish, situated about a mile southward from Wye bridge, which was not only the seat, but gave surname to a family, who were for a great length of time stewards to the abbot and convent of Battell, for their lands near this place; and it is probable that it was once the original stock, from which the Raymonds of Essex, Norfolk, and other counties, derived their extraction. This family was extinct here before the 36th year of Henry VIII. when Roger Kingesland held it of the manor of Perie. It afterwards passed into the name of Back, in which it continued till Robert Back, almost within memory, conveyed it to the executors of Fenner, of Ashford, who left three daughters, Mary-Frances; Sarah, who intermarried with Mr.George Smith, of Faversham, and Priscilla; and upon the division of their estates, this manor was allotted to Mr.Smith, in right of his wife Sarah, and he settled it on one of his daughters, on her marriage with Mr.Collet Mawhood, who alienated it to George Carter, esq. of Kennington, whose son, the Rev.George Carter, of Kennington, is the present owner of it.

From: 'Parishes: Wye', "The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7" (1798), pp. 340-368. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63424&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008. 
George CARTER
 
184 THE PARISH is situated in a healthy country, being for the most part a gravelly, though not an unfertile soil, not much more than a mile from Ashford, close to the west side of the high road from Canterbury, which is joined by that from Faversham, which runs along the opposite side of the parish, and joins the former a little beyond Burton. It is watered by two small streams which rise northward of it, the one at Sandyhurst, the other near Eastwell park; the former running by Bybrooke, where it is called Bacon's water, and the other at the opposite part of the parish, by Clipmill and Frogbrook, near Wilsborough lees, into the river Stour, which flows along the eastern side of the parish. The village is situated on rising ground, at a small distance from the Canterbury road, with the church at the further end of it, close to the edge of the lees, or heath, called Kennington lees. The places of note in this parish, are situated near the last-mentioned road; besides which, there is near Kennington-house, a small neat box, built by the late Geo. Carter, esq. of this parish, and given by him to his daughter Mary, who married the Rev. John Clotworthy Skeffington. She died s. p. and her two sisters, Mary and Anne Carter, now possess it; and at the further part of the parish, beyond Clipmill, on the same road, is a large built by Mr. Carter above-mentioned, for his own residence, on an estate which he bought for this purpose of the family of Brett, who had resided here for some generations. He was the second son of George Carter, of Smarden, son of James, of Wilsborough, a younger son of George Carter, gent. of Crundal, whose family has already been mentioned before under that place. He died here in 1782, and his only son the Rev. George Carter is the present possessor of this seat, and resides in it.


Citation
'Parishes: Kennington', Hasted, Edward. "The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7" (1798), pp. 545-557. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63441&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008.

Four years afterwards the bishop was disgraced, and all his estates were consiscated to the crown. After which, this manor was held by the family of Hoese, afterwards called Hussey, one of whom, Henry de Hoese, died possessed of it in the 18th year of king Edward I. and his son Henry did homage for it in the 30th year of that reign, to John Peckham, archbishop of Canterbury, of whom he then held it, together with lands in Sturmouth, and in his descendants it continued down to Henry Hussey, who in the reign of king Henry VIII. sold it to Sackville; after which it came into the possession of William Herbert, earl of Pembroke, who in the 7th year of king Edward VI. exchanged it with the king for other premises, and it remained in the crown till the 4th and 5th of Philip and Mary, when it was granted to Thomas and John White, and others, to hold in capite by knight's service, (fn. 7) who joined in the sale of it to Millen, in which name it remained in the reign of king Charles II. and from one of them it was afterwards alienated to Young, of Charing, who by deed settled it on Elizabeth Poole, daughter of Mr. Poole, of Charing, who marrying Dr. John Ludwell, M.D. late of Oriel college, Oxford, entitled him to it for his life, and surviving him she became again possessed of it in her own right, and at her death in 1765, by her last will, devised it to her kinsman George Carter, esq. of Kennington, whose son, the Rev. George Carter, now of Kenningston, is the present possessor of this manor.

From: 'Parishes: Westwell', "The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7" (1798), pp. 412-429. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63430&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008. 
George CARTER
 
185 Admitted a solicitor in 1882. George William CARTER
 
186 Barrister at Law of the Middle Temple George William Lee Plumptree CARTER
 
187 Died unmarried Georgiana CARTER
 
188 He of the 6th Carabineers and 7th Fusiliers. Harry Lee CARTER
 
189 He of the 62nd Regiment. He is Lord of the Manor of Paulton, which property he inherited from his paternal grandmother in 1871. Harry Molyneux CARTER
 
190 Formerly fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. After education at the King's School, Canterbury, Harry William Carter went to Oriel College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. 1807, M.A. 1810, M.B. 1811. In 1812 he was elected a Radcliffe travelling fellow, and spent several years afterwards on the continent. He became fellow of the London College of Physicians in 1825. He settled at Canterbury, was appointed physician to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital in 1819, and retired from practice in 1835, after this date residing at Kennington Hall, near Ashford, where he died on 16 July 1863. In 1821 Carter published "A Short Account of some of the Principal Hospitals of France, Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, with remarks on the Climate and Diseases of these Countries". He also contributed some essays to the "Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine".

This was taken from the Dictionary of National Biography which in turn was drawn from Munk's College of Physicians, 1878, iii.301. 
Harry William CARTER
 
191 Educated at Oriel College, Oxford. Harry Wyndham CARTER
 
192 B.A., Schol. Canc., Lincoln Henry Frederick Victor CARTER
 
193 of Willesborough James CARTER
 
194 Resided at Winchcomb, Wye, Kent and died unmarried. James CARTER
 
195 Recognizance
FILE - Leonard Meere of Boughton [in-the-Blean], weaver, in £20, to appear, answer and to keep the peace towards Thomas Goose of the same; sureties, Andrew Humfrey, weaver and John Carter, glover, both of the same. - ref. QM/SRc/1600/22 - date: 19 May 1600 
John CARTER
 
196 This John was described as being Mr. Carter residing at Winchcomb, Wye, a younger brother and he died unmarried. John CARTER
 
197 This man is mentioned in the Will of Stephen Pylcher of Waltham dated 1534. John CARTER
 
198 He died d.s.p. Knight CARTER
 
199 Through information posted on the Internet concerning the family of Porredge/Pordage I learned that Margaret is allegedly the sister of George Carter. There is an Archdeaconry Will for a George Carter of Crundale and Margaret's Will as well available through the LDS.

Through the Will of her second husband, John Porredge, Margaret and three of her sons received numerous bequests of property, real and personal, as well as money. Margaret was bequeathed 30 pounds, furniture, brass and household goods. She also received all linen and woollen yarn and linen and woollen cloth not cut to be divided with her step-son, Edward Porredge. Margaret was also bequeathed one of the new chambers in the tenement at St. Dunstan's, Canterbury and sufficient meat and drink, fire and washing allowed by Edward Porredge during Margaret's widowhood. She was also to receive an annuity of 8 pounds per year for the remainder of her life as well as a tenement and grounds in St. Dunstan's which was then in the occupation of Bartholomew Rowell. This latter property was to revert to her son Richard Ruck upon Margaret's death.

Through the Will of Margaret's son, John, there is a bequest to his "aunt, wife of Matthew Spencer". As there are no female children mentioned in the Will of John Rucke, the elder or any unaccounted for female mentioned in the Will of William Rucke, John's father, I have assigned Margaret a sister who would be the wife of Matthew Spencer. 
Margaret CARTER
 
200 She died d.s.p. Martha CARTER
 

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