Great Mongeham Malthouses

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Great Mongeham Malthouses
Letters from John Bray to Cobb & Son of Margate
Declaration Made by Margaret Bray
Will of Joseph Hewitt
Great Mongeham Maltsters
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There were two malthouses in operation in the village through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The Great Mongeham Society has a number of papers relating to both. In the nineteenth century one was operated by the Bray family and the other by the Harrisons. The photo shows what remains of the Bray malthouse.

Transcriptions of some of the papers pertaining to the two malthouses are included on this website.


#1 Doreen Plane 2012-05-15 10:32
To The Great Mongeham Society I would like to thank you for the information of Joseph Hewitt. He is my 4th Great Grandfather. My Great Grandmother Emily Hewitt lived in Deal and her Father was Robert Edward mentioned in the articles. Your Society gave me more history to go on for my Family Tree. I do remember Great Mongeham a little as I use to live in Deal as a child.(I still live in Kent) I hope you have more history of Great Mongeham to follow up and wish you all great success with your Society. Regards Doreen Plane
#2 Jim 2016-02-02 10:47
Thank you for your kind comments. We will continue to add articles as time permits. We are always on the lookout for old photographs (particularly of people working)and snippets of information about people who lived in the village.

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