Feversham

Feversham

Feversham (spr. Fihwershämm, gewöhnlich Faversham [spr. Fehwershämm], sonst Durolevum), Marktflecken der englischen Grafschaft Kent; große Pulvermühlen, Austerfischerei; 4600 Ew. Hier wurde 12. Dec. 1688 König Jakob II. auf der Flucht vor Whe von Oranien gusgehalten.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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