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A Norman knight held a Barony of Folkestone, which led to its entry as a part of the Cinque Ports in the thirteenth century and with that the privilege of being a wealthy trading port.All three companies are registered in England and Wales.Registered Office: Enbrook Park, Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent CT20 3SE.They became the focus of prayer and pilgrimage such that Eanswythe was quickly adopted as the town's patron.The community grew and developed into a monastery until it was dissolved by Henry VIII, and St Eanswythe's remains disappeared.These querns, or stones used for grinding cereals into flour, were traded for continental exports such as pottery and wine.
A modest Roman style villa was constructed over the Iron Age settlement sometime during the first century AD, followed by a more luxurious one in about 200 AD.
Ethelbert was succeeded as Anglo-Saxon king of Kent by his son Eadbald, whose daughter Eanswythe refused all offers of marriage.
In 630 AD, Eanswythe founded a nunnery on the site of her father's castle near Folkestone by the present parish Church of St Mary & St Eanswythe.
The villa was abandoned sometime during the third or fourth century for unknown reasons.
In 597 AD, monks led by St Augustine arrived at Ebbsfleet on the Isle of Thanet, on a mission from Pope Gregory to re-Christianise Britain.
These relics are still housed in the church close to where they were discovered in the north wall of the chancel flanked by a pair of small brass candlesticks.