I have just photocopied a large number of parish records in the time span 1750 - 1835 from the local studies collection. there are two folders of Vestry minutes for this time span, one labelled Meetings that are type written and give interesting but highly abbreviated reports. The other folder is Vestry Minutes, transcribed in long hand and important sections as photocopies of the originals. Interestingly there are some meetings reports in the first folder not present in the full folder. There was a discusion of how Deal Hospital had moved from Deal parish to Walmer parish and they made an order not to accept any dead from that hospital for burying in their parish. There were also discussions about enlarging the workhouse, creating the new one, buying a patch of ground for the overflow churchyard (the one near the church), Gilbert's system and the introduction of the new Union workhouse in the mid 1830's. These original docuiments are full of details!
I also photocopied the complete parish asessment of 1786 to collect money for caring for the poor. There are about 1000 names. This is a complete census of households with occasional insights of details, listing all the poor, because they did not pay.
Hope to eventually digitse this lot and put in the archive resource section of this society.