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Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre

Couchman collection


Introduction to Couchman collection click here


DE402/1 Rochester volume 1: Guildhall, High Street, Rochester; Rochester City Council; Rochester personalities; Rochester souvenir postcards and postmarks click here

DE402/2 Rochester volume 2: Rochester Bridge click here

DE402/3 Rochester volume 3: Rochester Esplanade click here

DE402/4 Rochester volume 4: Rochester High Street from the Bridge to the Watts’ Charity Six Poor Travellers’ House, no. 97 click here

DE402/5 Rochester volume 5: High Street between the Watts' Charity Six Poor Travellers' House, no. 97 and entrance to St. Bartholomew's Terrace, near St. Margaret's Banks click here

DE402/6 Rochester volume 6: Rochester Cathedral and Precincts click here

DE402/7 Rochester volume 7: Rochester Castle Part I (topographical and architectural) click here

DE402/8 Rochester volume 8: Rochester Castle Part II (chiefly Rochester Civic Week and Historical Pageant 22-27 June 1931) click here

DE402/9 Rochester volume 9: Rochester streets A-L click here

DE402/10 Rochester volume 10: Rochester streets M-W click here


DE402/11 Strood volume 1: the Couchman family; general; Watling Street (comprising Cobham Road, London Road, High Street and A2 Trunk Road), section Cobham Road to Angel Corner click here

DE402/12 Strood volume 2: Strood High Street (Watling Street): section Angel Corner to Rochester Bridge and Strood streets A-Z click here

DE402/13 Strood volume 3: Strood Intra and Frindsbury Intra and the River Medway at Strood and Frindsbury click here


DE402/14 Chatham volume 1: River Medway, HM Dockyard, Town Hall and The Paddock, personalities, The Great Lines of Defence (Chatham and Brompton) and Chatham postmarks click here

DE402/15 Chatham volume 2: Chatham High Street from Boundary Lane to Railway Street click here

DE402/16 Chatham volume 3: High Street, Railway Street to Luton Arches and streets B-D click here

DE402/17 Chatham volume 4: Chatham streets E-R click here

DE402/18 Chatham volume 5: HM Dockyard, Chatham and Chatham built warships click here

DE402/19 Chatham volume 6: Royal Naval Barracks or HMS Pembroke, Chatham, [cf. Brompton, Gillingham], Royal Naval Hospital, Chatham [cf. Gillingham] and Royal Naval Memorial, Great Lines, Chatham [cf. Gillingham] click here

DE402/20 Chatham volume 7 and Old Brompton: Army Chatham District and Garrison of the Inner Lines of Defence and Royal Marines Chatham Division click here

Gillingham and Old Brompton (but see also volumes DE402/18-20 above)

DE402/21 Gillingham and Old Brompton click here

Isle of Grain

DE402/22 Isle of Grain: topography, Kent Oil Refinery and Oil Distribution click here


DE402/23 Cobham: Cobham Hall, Cobham Park, Cobham Village and Cobham Environs click here

The Hoo Peninsula, Lower Medway Valley and Dickens’ Country

DE402/24 Hoo Allhallows, Aylesford (Tottington), Burham, Chalk, Cooling, Cuxton, Eynsford, Lower Halstow, Gravesend, Milton next Gravesend, Higham (Lower, Upper and Mid), Luddesdown, River Medway and Meopham. click here

DE402/25 Rainham, Snodland, Swanscombe, River Thames, Upnor (Upper and Lower) (Frindsbury Extra), Hoo St. Werburgh, West Malling, Wigmore and Wouldham click here

File updated by Borough Archivist 22 September 2006.

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