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Ryal town came into being as a spa in the Restoration and enjoyed its heyday as a fashionable resort in the mids jen Beau Nash when the Pantilesand its chalybeate spring,  attracted significant numbers of visitors who wished to take the waters.
Though its popularity as a spa Craigslist Castlereagh free waned with the advent of sea bathing, the town remains highly popular and derives some 30 per cent of its income from the tourist industry. The town has a population of around 56,  and is the administrative centre of Tunbridge Wells Borough and the parliamentary constituency of Tunbridge Wells. Evidence suggests that Iron Age people Royal Tunbridge Wells names for men the fields and mined the iron-rich rocks in the Tunbridge Wells area,  and excavations in  and —61  by James Money at High Rocks uncovered the remains of a defensive hill-fort.
It is thought that the site was occupied into the era of Roman Britainand the area continued to be part of the Wealden iron industry until its demise in the late eighteenth century.
An iron forge remains in the grounds of Bayham Abbeyin use until and documented until The area which is now Tunbridge Wells was part of the parish of Speldhurst for hundreds of years. The origin of the town today came in the seventeenth century. In Dudley, Lord Northa courtier to James I who was staying at a hunting lodge in Eridge in the hope that the country air might improve his ailing constitution, discovered a chalybeate spring.
He drank from the spring and, when his health improved, he became convinced that it had healing properties. Check out the reasons why towns and cities in Kent were given their names and how they've changed through time.
The Garden of England is steeped in history with many famous, well-known events occurring here throughout the years. The name Kent itself is believed to be of British Celtic origin and the Jewish Bath was known in Old English at different times as Tunbtidge, Cent Lond and Centrice, all of which were pronounced with a hard C as 'Kent'.
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Kent is mentioned in Latin sources as Cantia and Canticum and is thought to have meant either 'coastal district' or 'corner-land, land on the edge'. We have taken a look at the origin and meaning of place names in Kent and compiled a detailed list in alphabetical order.
Initially, Broadstairs did not exist.
It was predated by St Peter's which in was a fro centred around the parish church. On the nearby clifftop was the Shrine of Our Lady, which was recorded as being located at Bradstowe, which meant 'broad place'.
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A fishing settlement developed around the area of the shrine and St Peter's, and a flight of steps was built into the cliffs to allow access to the Shrine of Our Lady from the bay below - this is how Broadstairs came to be. Earlier forms of the name include Brodsteyr Lynch, recorded in the s, Broadstayer in Sutton woman hot s, and Brod Stayrs in the s. Canterbury Royal Tunbridge Wells names for men originally named Durovernum by the Romans, which is thought to derive form the British word Dour, which signifies water, or possibly the word Durwhern which means a rapid river.
The Latinists afterwards modelled it to Cantuaria before the English again changed it to its present Weells of Canterbury.
The name Chatham was first recorded as Cetham in The Domesday Book records the place as Ceteham. Most books explain this name as a combination of the old British word ceto and Old English word ham, which meant forest settlement and created the name Cetham.
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When the Romans engineered the Dover to London road, which was later named Watling Street, it was necessary to cross the River Darent by ford — a shallow section of the river. It later became a more established area in the Saxon period and eventually became known as Dartfordpresumably by its pronunciation changing slightly as Darent and Ford were combined.
First recorded in its Latinised form of Portus Dubris, the name derives from the word for waters in Old Brythonic — an ancient Celtic language.
The current name of Dover was in use at least by the early s. The Faversham name is Latin via Old English origin, meaning Tunbridgs metal-worker's village".
One of the few towns in Kent where mystery surrounds its name is Folkestone. Even the spelling of the name was not resolved until a 19th century lord of the manor insisted on Folkestone being spelt as it is.
Many historians are also of the belief that Gravesend was given its name after the spread of the bubonic plague inwhich killed aroundLondoners. But the name was first seen in the Domesday Book about years beforehand in as Gravesham, which would disprove the plague theory and make it more likely to have come from the word Grafsham.
The Greatstone name is taken from a shoreline feature, since eroded by coastal changes, known as the Great Stone. Great Stone, as it was Solihull lovers in Royl s, was just a shingle headland, being the land point Tinbridge marked the southern entrance to the bay that extended almost as Wrlls west as New Romney.
Hawkinge was originally an early Saxon settlement and was documented as Havekyng, Hawkynge or Hawkyngge. Check out the reasons why towns and cities in Kent were given their names Find The jungle gentlemens club Royal Leamington Spa how Tunbridge Wells (left), Rochester Tujbridge and dozens of other Canterbury became Cant-wara byrg, meaning the Kentish men's city.
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