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Woodchurch in 1871: A Kentish Village and the Mid-Victorian Census

Woodchurch in 1871

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Woodchurch Village Life Museum

Woodchurch Ancestry Group

Life in mid-Victorian Woodchurch was very different from the lives most of us lead today. To be poor or disabled meant that you lived with the threat of being sent to the Union workhouse. If you were able-bodied and male, you almost certainly would have worked on the land as an agricultural labourer. Members of the Woodchurch Ancestry Group (pictured above) have extensively researched this period of the village's history. Their comprehensive 89-page A4 booklet is illustrated throughout and, with details of the families then living in Woodchurch, describes what life was like during the middle of Victoria’s reign.

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