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Winnifrith, Hythe
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2016, 00:38:41 »
In memory of Alfred Winnifrith, (Apr. 22 1842 – Jan 2 1923), Priest M.A., d. Litt. Medaille du Roi Albert: Schoolmaster in Hythe for many years.  Vicar of Mariansleigh 1855-1913.  Author of “Me of Kent and Kentish Men”, “The Fair Maids of Kent” and other works.

Also of Mary (March 13 1839 0 Feb 19 1917), his wife for 53 years.
They befriended Belgian refugees and Hythe Prisoners of War. 1914-1918. 


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