Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey/Kent/Addenda

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A charter of 12 of K. Richard II names the churches of Leuche, Gore, and Parroke in Kent. (Monast. V, 717, 719.) What places may be signified I cannot imagine, except that I should conjecture Leuche to mean Lee; and that Parroke possibly refers to some spot in or adjoining the small portion of Kent lying on the Essex side of the Thames.

The rectory of Salmyston in the Isle of Thanet is mentioned as belonging to St. Augustin's, Canterbury, temp. K. Henry VIII. (Monast. I, 149.) This name I am unable to identify.[1]

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