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Reference: MS.3012Pyott family, Canterbury Papers, 1779-1813 and no date.

Reference: MS.7443General Sea-Bathing Infirmary, Margate Letters from John Anderson (died 1804), physician to the Infirmary, to the Reverend John Pridden, Secretary of the Infirmary, 1791-8 and no date.

Named other medical figures include Edward Broderip FLS, George Folkes, George Hannam, Francis Thatcher and Thomas Mantell FSA (1751-1831), later Mayor of Dover, c.1800.

Reference: MS.7018John Glaisyer (alive around 1809), pharmacist, of the Brighton pharmacists' firm of Glaisyer & Kemp Letter placing an order with John Gibson at the pharmacy of William Allen FRS (1770-1843), Quaker chemist and philanthropist, in Plough Court, London, 1809.

Reference: MS.7825/7Thomas Couchman Barrett (born 1784), Kent Recipes, plus some farm accounts, 1800-c.1810.

Reference: MS.1074Naval provisioning Orders from the Commissioners of the Victualling Board to Samuel Lewes, victualling agent at Sheerness, Kent, for the supply of His Majesty's ships; plus some accounts, 1804-15.

John Langley (alive around 1494-1510), gentleman, Knowlton, Kent Record of payments, 1494-1510.

Reference: MS.399Waylett family, Kent Recipe books compiled by William Waylett (1636-?

It includes information about local families, individuals and organisations. Areas falling within the county of Greater London as set up in 1965 (for example, those falling within one of the modern-day London Boroughs) are excluded from this guide and are covered in the history of London guides.Reference: MSS.6245-6790Hodgkin family archive Includes family connections to Sussex via relatives in the Rickman family (Lewes), Thomas Hodgkin's apprenticeship to the apothecaries Glaisyer and Kemp (Brighton) and John Hodgkin's retirement to Lewes.John Hodgkin's autobiography describes visits to Sussex and to Southend (Essex) in the early 19th century. Reference: PP/HORickman family, Lewes, East Sussex Various family members represented in the Hodgkin family archive. Reference: PP/HOMedical Poetry, Dover, Kent"The Cross-Wall Ode", a lampoon aimed at William S, a recently-arrived or newly-qualified medical man in Dover, by his rivals in the town.Chiefly accounts, bills and material concerning the administration of Waylett's estate, 1717-1826.Reference: MSS.5625-7Papers on the life of William Waylett (1728-1815), man-midwife, Lydd, Kent, by the physician and antiquary Frederick William Cock (1858-1943) (see also under Cock) c.1895-1931.Reference: MS.6816Establishment of the victualling department HMS Irresistible, Sheerness, 1802.

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