We visited -
Kemsing (although Wybournes, the house in which Randolph & Marian lived, has
since been burnt down);
Chelsfield, where we saw (among other things) the original record of
Randolph & Marian's marriage, and the church which is featured in The Owls of Olynn Belfry;
Tunbridge Wells, where Marian
lived with her sister after Randolph's death;
Marian Caldecott's grave, in Hawkenbury Cemetery,
(Compare the deep interest in a unique Caldecott archive, above, with Mr
Oakball's "deep interest" below:)
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