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English: Kearsney is a village in Kent, although at one time it would have been called hamlet due to there being no church in the village. Nowadays the village falls within the Dover urban area, and much like the adjoining village of River it is effectively a suburb of the town. The name is taken from an old Saxon name for a place where watercress grows. Kearsney is situated between the parishes of River and Ewell. Being an administrative part of Dover borough it was part of the parish of River.
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- ► Kearsney railway station (2 F)
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