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Smith nee Fickling
I'm hoping to contact the descendants of Dorothy W Smith (nee Fickling). I believe Dorothy came from Faversham and later lived in Canterbury. She married John Thomas Smith (aka Jack) around 1952 in Sittingbourne and had two daughters, Glenda and Carol. Any information would be much appreciated. Kind regards Lisa
Posted: 2021
Coo, Shadrach
Any information on, Shadrach Coo who was buried, 15 Mar 1720, Faversham, Kent. Much appreciated, Steve Coe.
Posted: 2020
Patching Family
Anyone Related? Lydia Patching was born 1791 and died at Faversham in 1832 aged 41. Her husband was a sailor named Thomas Patching. I believe they had two children together, son Thomas Patching (master mariner of Hull and Liverpool) born in Mundesley 1819 and daughter Elizabeth Ann Patching born in Faversham 1822. There is also a connection with Richard Patching (master mariner) born in Faversham 1833, Richard was lost at sea in 1874 when his ship 'The Calcutta' caught fire. His wife Emma re-married and became Emma Wright. Her daughter Helena married Authur McCombe in Liverpool.
Posted: 2016 Member logged in: 2021
Rachael Ray
Rachael married John Warner Greenwood in 1849 in Faversham, Kent. Any info about her family would be appreciated. Gail
Posted: 2010 Member logged in: 2020
Harry HAZLEWOOD of Faversham KEN
Henry HAZLEWOOD (Harry) of Faversham Kent b.Q3 1866 in Faversham R.D., KEN GRO d.Q4 1903 in Faversham R.D., KEN aged 37 In 1871 census as son, age 5, surname PILCHER at Faversham, KEN (-02Apr1871) address: with Henry Pilcher, Miller 20 Abbey Street Faversham KEN (-02Apr1871) In 1881 census as stepson, age 15 at Faversham, KEN (-03Apr1881) with Henry and Sophia Pilcher "Greyhound Inn", 19 Partridge Place Faversham KEN (-05Apr1881) In 1891 census as Barman, age 25 at Faversham, KEN (-05Apr1891) With Sophia Pilcher, widow, Licensed Victualler "Faversham Arms", 62 Ospringe Road Faversham KEN (-05Apr1891 At age 27 he was married during Q1 1894 in Faversham R.D., KEN to Minnie Elizabeth POWELL (c. 1870/1 The couple had one known child: 1. Harry HAZLEWOOD He was a child, age 3, (c. 1897/8 in Hernhill, Faversham, KEN,Q1 1898 in Faversham R.D., KEN GRO). In 1901 census as Licenced Pub Victualler, age 34 at Hernhill, Faversham, KEN (-31Mar1901) Lived with wife and son at the "Red Lion Inn" Hernhill Faversham KEN (-31Mar1901) Henry [Harry] d.Q4 1903 in Faversham R.D., KEN age 37 Minnie Elizabeth d.Q2 1917 in Faversham R.D., KEN age 47 I Cannot find Harry Jnr. in the WW1 deaths although there may be possibly something shown on the medal rolls which I have not purchased. Neither can I find a marriage for him up to 1930. Please can anyone pick up on this missing Harry HAZLEWOOD. Thank you Rod
Posted: 2008 Member logged in: 2020
red mail George Frederick Jarrett born 1892
I'm looking for my Great Uncle George Frederick Jarrett who apparently, in his father and brothers death notices in the newspaper in 1945/1946 was living in Bapchild, Kent. George is the son of George Jarrett and Elizabeth Ellis. He was born on 3 April 1892 Faversham, Kent. It looks like George died in 1971 in Reading, Berkshire? Im hoping to make contact with anyone who has information on George and his family as i'm trying to piece our family tree for my elderly father. Thank you.
Post Revised: 2016
red mail Late 19th Century Faversham burial places
My ancestor (2 x great grandfather) was buried in Faversham on 8th April 1896. He lived in Abbey St. but was not connected to the Abbey church but was married in a congregational church. Can anyone please help to determine where he may have been buried? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks Roland Burial Date: 8 Apr 1896 Burial Place: Faversham, Kent, England FHL Film Number: 1786454 Reference ID: item 1 p 29
Posted: 2016
red mail Langworthy family
Trying to find out more about the Langworthy family in Boughton under Blean or Faversham area.
red mail Stevens
I was brought up by my Uncle, Charles Earnest Stevens, b. 17th March 1899, who married Ruth Norris at Whitstable on 28th/29th June maybe 1926-1928. They had no children. My Uncle lived in Athlestone Road before his marriage. He had two sisters, Dorothy, married Horace Wise (no children) and Gladys, married John Higgins, with three children Jean, John and Jim. Charles's father worked at the Gunpowder mill in Faversham, and I believe was there when the explosion took place. He subsequently suffered mental problems. Don't know his name, nor anything about his wife's family. Audrey
red mail eliza louisa roberts.
trying to find information on an eliza louisa roberts.b. 1839 faversham kent. married a george evans in brighton. 1858/60? had a daughter georgina.b.1860. who married a harry inkpen brighton.. b brighton.
Posted: 2012 Member logged in: 2018

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