Hothfield Church

This Church can be reached on the 10x service from Maidstone to Ashford. The bus takes a short detour off the A20 and stops north of the Village.

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View of the North side
Hothfield Church

Dove cotes opposite the Church
Hothfield Church

Graffiti in the porch
Hothfield Church

Stoop in the porch
Hothfield Church

View from the south
Hothfield Church

Memorial
Hothfield Church
Hothfield Church

Rainwater Hopper
Hothfield Church

North Door and stoop
Hothfield Church

S Cresswell War Grave
Hothfield Church war grave

South porch
Hothfield Church South Porch

Rainwater hopper dated 1833
Hothfield Church

Gravestone of Anna Snoath 1672
Hothfield Church
Here resteth the body of Anna the loving wife of William Snoath. She was a vertuous woman in her life and her dying words were Come Gow to meet with God and Saints. She departed this life July 12th 1672 aged 29 yeares and Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth the daughter of William Snoath. She dyed an infant November 2nd 1672.

North side
Hothfield Church

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