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  1. Archibald IRELAND, Hildenborough 1911

    A handwritten reference for Harry FULLER, filed with his WW1 Service Records: Archibald IRELAND, Gardener Bailiff, Hildenborough, May 1911 May be useful for a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, FUL, page 29621

    Started by fullscott‎, 06-05-2013 5:30 PM
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  2. New free online newspaper archive

    The KM Group has created a free online archive which features tens of thousands of pages of The South Eastern Gazette, the forerunner of the Kent Messenger Series, which were published from 1852 to 1912. The 26,000 pages will be free to view on a fully searchable website. I think this will...

    Started by sueannbowen‎, 22-03-2013 8:52 PM
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  3. Pitchfords wandering around Kent early 1800s

    The Pitchford family of Hythe are all descended from the surviving son of the Peninsular War soldier John aka Joseph Pitchford and his wife(?) Ann aka Nancy. John/Joseph survived the war and started collecting his pension in 1816, which is where I lose sight of him. His son, as I can tell from...

    Started by Eanswythe‎, 17-03-2013 10:13 PM
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  4. Trying to connect the dots

    Alright, this is the third time Im typing this out .... Hopefully my post works this time!! :) I've found some records that I think are my family, but Im not certain and could use some help. The following is what I Know (or am very sure about): 1. Thomas Young was the son of Francis Young...

    Started by DVYoung84‎, 27-01-2013 9:19 PM
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  5. Cool Selson Farm near Eastry

    In 1841 my gg grandfather, John Marklew Smith, was a farmer at Selson near Eastry. He had a servant and 2 agricultural labourers. Is there any way of knowing if he owned the land? I would like to know what type of farming would he have carried out -can anyone point me in the right direction? ...

    Started by Lindsay Smith‎, 04-02-2005 1:26 AM
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  6. Question Joynson's Paper Mill, St Mary Cray

    My grandfather, great grandfather and great great grandfather, and several of their siblings, all worked at the paper mill in St Mary's Cray. I believe it was called Joynson's Mill. Does anyone else have ancestors who worked at the mill?

    Started by Lindad‎, 29-11-2004 1:54 AM
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  7. GRUBB family - Deptford, Greenwich, Stepney

    I am trying to find out the birth/baptism for an Elizabeth Mary Grubb C1807 whose birth place has eluded me so far. She married a Charles Shepperd, who was a bricklayer/maker. Documents suggest that Elizabeth's parents were James and Sarah Ann Grubb. The only marriage I can find for a James...

    Started by mjcarpenter‎, 14-10-2008 5:44 PM
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  8. Canterbury walloon strangers church

    HI I have been busy working on my research, and purchased the huguenot cd for Canterbury and recently the threadneedle church inLondon. I have finally found the research I am working on!! I have been trying to trace the De saint Jean, St Jeans and the St Johns as they are now called.. ...

    Started by gingertrixy‎, 30-11-2012 8:06 PM
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  9. Woodlands Cemetery Gillingham

    Are there any folks out there who are local to Gillingham, specifically the Woodlands Cemetery. I'm in the process of creating a website as a tribute to the brave men on my village war memorial and one of the men was in the Royal Navy. The CWGC tells me he is buried at the cemetery in Naval...

    Started by The Tank‎, 29-09-2012 8:39 PM
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  10. Farnborough village, Orpington address

    Hi I have been told prior to the house becoming an antique shop, that a Bryant was living at 88 High Street, Farnborough, Bromley, Kent. This building is now a shop called "The Old Forge" and has been from 1987. I believe that a previous resident was a William Henry Bryant(died 1959 at a...

    Started by triggerandme‎, 08-08-2012 12:32 PM
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  11. Chambers George & Anne -Kent

    Need help with Chambers Brick wall. George & Anne married in 1800 in Kent. 1 daughter Mary born in 1804 in Frinsberry. It is thought that George was a soldier. Son, Henry, was born about 1812 in Deptford & he immigrated to Australia 1833. He has put on a document that his father was a...

    Started by Julietta‎, 10-08-2012 9:32 AM
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  12. Smile Peter James Rice 1836

    Hi All : I have been researching the Rice Family from Chatham, Peter James Rice Chatham B1836, I had his parents down as Francis and Mary ann Rice ( Nee Bumby ). Peter married a Matilda Alice Watt on the 25 Sep 1862 in Frindsbury, Rochester. On his Marriage cert his fathers name was shown as James...

    Started by bundy_b‎, 15-07-2012 2:58 AM
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  13. Mannering

    I am looking for the ancestors of William Mannering born in Boughton Monchelsea 1792 & died in Boxley 1872. Can anyone please help?

    Started by mannerc‎, 03-07-2012 11:21 AM
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  14. King's Pilot Sheerness Yard 1811

    Hi, can anyone help me find records of King's Pilots at Sheerness? I have a George Story (Storey) who is referred to as a Kings Pilot in 1811 at Sheerness yard but do not know if this means he was in the Royal Navy, or Merchant or something else. He was a pilot prior to this aboard the HMS...

    Started by NZTracey‎, 02-07-2012 12:38 PM
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  15. Red face Hadlands

    My descendants Charles Hadland came from Maidstone in Kent and travelled to Ararat Victoria during the 1850's He had a brother John and I am trying to search for his English background and relatives. If anyone could help that would be great. :balloon:Libby

    Started by Libby Weiss‎, 19-06-2012 4:50 AM
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  16. Anthony Warman - Marriage Quest

    Hello - new to site - could anyone help with a look-up for a marriage between Anthony Warman b 1752 Folkestone, Kent to one of the following ladies, but which one?? Ann Reeve married 3/8/1773 witnessed by John Harrold & Christopher Stredwick or Rebecca Stredwick married 20/11/1779 witnessed by...

    Started by Fizz25‎, 26-06-2012 10:36 PM
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  17. Rayner children 1904/5 Chatham,Kent

    I have a query, This is just a theory at this stage and I do not want to upset anyone by treading on toes if facts come to light that prove it otherwise. .One theory that I am trying to prove or disprove is that two boys born to Emma Amelia Martin, respectively Ernest Martin b.1904 & Alfred b....

    Started by Waitabit‎, 28-06-2012 12:38 PM
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  18. Best Town,Chatham

    IN 1916 when a Marine died his notes recorded his Wife at 'Best town' Chatham. Have been unable to find it online. Can anyone help please? I have their address in 1911 as Chatham. They married in 1911. Her address still Chatham-a widow. Due to content of 1911 Versus baptisms on CityArk , I'm...

    Started by Waitabit‎, 08-06-2012 11:53 AM
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  19. Smile Thomas and Sarah Ashby

    I'm looking for the marriage details of Thomas & Sarah Ashby whose children were registered in Frant between 1777 and 1789. They don't appear on the Sussex Marriages CD, so I suspect that Sarah might have come from West Sussex, Kent, Surrey, or somewhere further afield. The marriage isn't on the...

    Started by dajashby‎, 19-03-2008 12:29 AM
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  20. St George Lodge, Greenwich (1827)

    I have a (Greenwich) St Alphege church burial of Sarah Illman age 47 on 23rd November 1827. Her address is given as “Saint George Lodge”. Does anyone know where or what this was?

    Started by malcolm99‎, 11-05-2012 5:26 PM
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