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Posted Jan 2008 by a free member
Faversham, Kent

Brown Browne Crosswell Stowers Flood Moore Waters
I'm hoping to find anyone who may be connected to the Brown Family who lived at 13 Napleton Road, 24 Plantation Road, 14 Kings Road or 15 Beckett Street Faversham. Ernest 'Rollo' Brown had a Piano Tuning and Musical Instrument repair business at 2 Limes Place, Preston Street. Ernest's parents were James Brown (who was related to Frederick Henry Browne, Thomas, William, and Alice Brown(e) daughter of Frederick Waters and Maria Crosswell) and Annie Lydia Brown (nee Stowers). Ernest's wife was Alice Daisy Brown (nee Waters). Before Alice married Ernest, she lived at The Swan Inn in Market Street/Square with her father Frederick Waters. After the death of her mother, Frederick remarried Emma Hogben (nee Ralph) and they had a child and emigrated to Australia. If these names mean anything to anyone, I'd love to hear from you.

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