Useful links

A nearby Kent village called Capel has a History Group and now has a website:

The History Group was awarded “Archive of the Year 2010” by Family History Monthly magazine. (which has since ceased publishing)

The History Group is associated with the Kent Family History Society.

The Centre for Kentish Studies holds original archive material from Marden.

Other reference material is held at County Central Library in Maidstone.

The Church of St Michael and All Angels has played a pivotal role in the history of Marden village.

See what is happening in Marden today at the Marden Parish Council website.

The history of the Marden Cricket and Hockey Club is available on line as part of the club’s website.

There are local archaeology sites at The Council for Kentish Archaeology and The Kent Archaeological Society.

The catalogue for the whole of the Kent County Archives.

Over 10,000 digital images of towns and villages across Kent plus numerous articles at Here’s History.

The website of Kent Photo Archive – a collection of images from as early as 1860 up to the post war years, by the Maidstone Camera Club.

30,000 historic photographs covering the whole of England from the 1850s to the present at Viewfinder at English Heritage.

Oil paintings in public ownership at The Public Catalogue Foundation.

The Website of the Plaxtol Local History Group.

The Website of the Smarden Heritage Centre.

Old towns of England for prints of old maps.

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