St. Margaret's (at Cliffe)
Holiday camp above St. Margaret's Bay.
|Sancta Margarita: Ralph, Alfred, Robert Black, Walter Thorbert, Edwin, Wulfric of Oxford and Nigel the Doctor from Canons of St. Martin's of Dover.|
|Sanctus Martinus: Archbishop of Canterbury. Mill, church.|
St. Mary Cray
Industrial, in Greater London.
|Sudcrai: Adam FitzHubert from Bishop of Bayeux. Church.|
St Pauls Cray
Industrial, now part of Greater London. The 13th century church is dedicated to St. Paulinus, one of St. Augustine's missionaries.
|Alia Craie: Ansketel de Rots from Bishop of Bayeux. Mill.|
Part of Bromley.
|Sentlinge: Hugh nephew of Herbert from Bishop of Bayeux. Church.|
|Lasela: Geoffrey de Rots from Bishop of Bayeux. Fishery (90 eels).|
Low-lying land with chalets and caravans.
|Seseltre: Archbishop of Canterbury's monks. Church, 8 fisheries.|
|Sedlinges: Harvey from Hugh de Montfort. 2 churches, mill.|
Pretty; surrounded by orchards.
|Setlinges: St. Augustine's Abbey.|
|Seivetone: Maino from Hugh de Montfort. Church, mill.|
|Essamelsford: Herfrid from Bishop of Bayeux.|
|Scape: Godfrey from Archbishop of Canterbury.|
Green; previously known as Sibertswold.
|Sibertessuald / suualt: William de Poitou, Wulfstan son of Wulfwin and Sigar from Canons of St. Martin's of Dover; St. Augustine's Abbey.|
Lost, near Ditton.
|Sifletone: Vitalis (a knight depicted in the Bayeux tapestry) from Bishop of Bayeux.|
|Esnoiland: Bishop of Rochester. 3 mills, church.|
|(Court) Soles: Ansfrid from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Solton Manor Farm.
|Soltone: Hugh from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Name of a field in Horton parish.
|Soninges: Hugh de Port from Bishop of Bayeux.|
|Estefort: Maino from Hugh de Montfort.|
|Sudfleta: Bishop of Rochester. Church.|
Unspoilt; in wooded downland.
|Stanefelle: Adam from Bishop of Bayeux. Church.|
|Stanestede / Stanetdeste: Canons of St. Martin's of Dover.|
|Estenberge: William from Archbishop of Canterbury.|
|Stellinges: Bishop of Bayeux.|
Earthworks of a Norman castle surrounded by orchards.
|Stotchingeberge: Ansgot from Bishop of Bayeux.|
On the River Medway.
|(E)Stoches: Part claimed by Bishop of Rochester from Bishop of Bayeux; Ansgot from Bishop of Bayeux. Church, fishery.|
Ancient; engulfed by Thames-side industry and the Kent entrance to the Dartford Tunnel.
|Estanes: Bishop of Rochester. Church, mill, fishery. Porpoise, once of gold.|
Rural. The church was founded before the Norman Conquest.
|Ezilamerth: Vitalis from Archbishop of Canterbury.|
Quiet; Bronze Age barrows nearby; remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle.
|Estotinghes: Count d'Eu from Archbishop of Canterbury. Mill, church.|
|Stepedone: Hugh from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Largely rebuilt after World War II bombing. It has a 16th century manor house and medieval tithe barn once owned by St. Augustine's Abbey, now owned by King's School, Canterbury.
|Esturai: St. Augustine's Abbey. Church, 10 mills, 7 fisheries.|
Birthplace of Cardinal Manning, 19th century preacher and ecclesiastical statesman.
|Sondresse: Archbishop of Canterbury. 3½ mills, church.|
Sutton (Valence) and East Sutton
|Sudtone: Adam FitzHubert from Bishop of Bayeux.|
|Soaneclive: Vitalis from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Industrial district and site of Barnsfield Pit, which yielded the earliest fossilized human remains found in Britain. The old parish church has a Saxon tower.
|Suinescamp: Helto from Bishop of Bayeux. 6 fisheries.|
Swanton (in Bilsington)
|Suanetone: Hugh de Montfort.|
Swanton (in Lydden)
Swanton Court Farm.
|Suanetone: Ralph from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Now Swarling Farm.
|Archbishop of Canterbury.|