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Methwold Hythe

Hamo Hythe (c. 1270—1362) bishop of Rochester

Hythe (Canada, UK)

Hythe (Canada, UK)

164 Wallis to Robert Wood Hythe, 16/[26] May 1670

Hythes, Small Ports, and Other Landing Places in Later Medieval England

TUFF, Charles (1881 - 1961), DL, JP, CA; President Folkestone and Hythe Conservative Association, 1947–58

COLLINS, Damian Noel Thomas (born 1974), MP (C) Folkestone and Hythe, since 2010

de HOGHTON, James (1851 - 1938), late DAAG School of Musketry, Hythe; DL, JP

Hythe [Hethe], Hamo (b. c. 1270, d. in or after 1357), bishop of Rochester

GALPIN, Arthur John (1861 - 1926), Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral since 1910; Rector of Saltwood, Hythe, since 1910; member of Kent Education Committee since 1911

HUTCHINSON, St John (1884 - 1942), KC 1935; Barrister-at-law; Recorder of Hastings since 1930, of Hythe, 1928–30

SASSOON, Edward Albert (1856 - 1912), DL; MP (C) Hythe, 1899–1900, and from 1900; Major, Duke of Cambridge Hussars Yeomanry

BRABNER, Rupert Arnold (1911 - 1945), MP (U) Hythe since 1939; Joint Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Air since 1944; Banker; Director of Singer & Friedlander Ltd; Member of LCC for West Lewisham, 1937–45

EURICH, Frederick William (1867 - 1945), Hon. Consulting Physician Hythe (Hants) Cottage Hospital; late Professor of Forensic Medicine, University of Leeds, Emeritus Professor since 1932; Hon. Consulting Physician and Hon. Consulting Pathologist, Bradford Royal Infirmary

SASSOON, Philip (Albert Gustave David) (1888 - 1939), PC 1929; MP (U) Hythe since 1912; First Commissioner of Works since 1937; Trustee of the National Gallery, 1921–28 and since 1929, Wallace Collection, Tate Gallery, British School at Rome

 

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Coastal market town and Cinque Port near Romney Marsh. The novelist Colin MacInnes lived and died at 74 Marine Parade. Peter Porter reflects upon ‘the brilliant and disgusting skulls’ in his poem ‘The Charnel House, St Leonard's, Hythe’.

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