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Sent by Roger Macnaughtan, Auckland NEW ZEALANDJust above St Barnabus looking down towards the village. Amongst our old family postcard collection is one I would like to share with you and the viewers of your site.

You will see it is a real photo postcard entitled "Waiting for Santa Claus at Boughton Xmas 1904". It really is a delightful photo of that period and extra special because it shows the delightful and happy children of Boughton. It is taken outside "File & Sons - General Supply Stores and is postmarked "BOUGHTON"". Photo is by "_____RAVE (maybe Hargrave) of Faversham". On the back of the card it is addressed to Mrs K.Simmonds, 20 Palace St, Canterbury.

The old Wesley Chapel was built in 1844

Sent by Ken Elvy, Damage to the chapel after the great storm.

Sent by Ken, Hello Steve Please find attach of my Grandparents/Mother's shop dating from 40's to early 60's, now a private house, it was opposite Mr Pout's garage & either side of him were Gambrells the butchers & Millens the bakers Regards Ken

Sent by Mike Pout: Albert (Bruss) Pout (far right) at his garage on the Street, Boughton around 1950. Left side is Mr Williams, Engineer/manager of Norton Water Pumping Station. Center is Mr Stokes, Accountant

Sent by Mike Pout: Next door to Garage, back yard of the Coach House. Replaced with development Old Bakery Mews. Building in the background is Millens Bakery.

Sent by Tony Pettifer, this is the view along Boughton Street from School Lane and is mentioned in Joan White's book on the history of Boughton {page 110}

Sent by Ken Elvy, An early view looking down towards the Queens Head on the left

View along the street towards Canterbury

View along the street towards Canterbury

Sent by Tony Pettifer, this building is now the Garden House Hotel. In the past it has also been used as the school canteen. It is mentioned in Joan White's book on the history of Boughton {page 30}

Sent by Ken Elvy, Just above St Barnabus looking down towards the village.

Sent by Tony Pettifer, this used to be the 'Dolphin Inn' Pub and is mentioned in Joan White's book on the history of Boughton {page 51}

Sent by Ken Elvy, Railway engine being transported through the village towards Canterbury

Sent by Ken Elvy, a trip to London by the top class in Boughton primary school circa 1951

Sent by Ken Elvy, Stockers Hill, Alf Emmence with bicycle talking to Billy Neil

View along the street towards Faversham

Sent by Tony Pettifer, Style House is mentioned in Joan White's book on the history of Boughton {page 50}

Sent by Tony Pettifer, Tenterden House is mentioned in Joan White's book on the history of Boughton {page 51}

Photo received by email, from Dave Foreman with the following notes. Hi Steve, I just visited your Boughton site, my fathers family lived there and Hernhill back as far as 1647. The attached photo is of Walnut Tree House where my aunt lived until sometime in the 70's it may be of interest. It is on a postcard, i guess it was taken in the 1920's