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Folkestones Civic People

Folkestones history stretches back to prehistoric times, with evidence of human habitation dating to the Mesolithic and Paleolithic ages over 12,000 years ago. During the Anglo-Saxon period, Folkestone was part of the Kingdom of Kent. After the Norman Invasion, A Norman knight held the Barony of Folkestone, by which time the settlement had become a fishing village. In the 13th century, it became part of the Cinque Ports, and with it the privileges of a wealthy trading port. At the start of the Tudor period it had become a town in its own right.

Robert William Boarer - J.P

Robert William Boarer JP Born July 17th 1805 Died Oct 23rd 1883 "A liberal promoter of education and a staunch advocate of civil and religious liberty" Also of Sarah his wife
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Folkestones Civic People

Folkestones history stretches back to prehistoric times, with evidence of human habitation dating to the Mesolithic and Paleolithic ages over 12,000 years ago. During the Anglo-Saxon period, Folkestone was part of the Kingdom of Kent. After the Norman Invasion, A Norman knight held the Barony of Folkestone, by which time the settlement had become a fishing village. In the 13th century, it became part of the Cinque Ports, and with it the privileges of a wealthy trading port. At the start of the Tudor period it had become a town in its own right.

Robert William Boarer - J.P

Robert William Boarer JP Born July 17th 1805 Died Oct 23rd 1883 "A liberal promoter of education and a staunch advocate of civil and religious liberty" Also of Sarah his wife
ABOUT CIVIC