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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 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.
Posted: 2016
red mail JOHNSON married SWAFFER, Faversham, 1948
Elsie JOHNSON married Ernest Theo SWAFFER in Faversham, 1948, does anyone know of any living relatives? Ernest came from Boughton-under-Blean and Elsie may have come from up north though was known to have lived and worked in Faversham. They were living at 16 Crispin Close, Faversham in 1974. With thanks, Pete
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail KEEM
I AM RESEARCHING THIS FAMILY NAME AROUND FAVERSHAM IN THE YEARS 1800 TO 1911 MY GREAT GRANDFATHER GEORGE GRAND UNCLES PERCY,CHARLES,GRAND AUNTIE EMILYAND MY GRAND MOTHER SARAH MARIA I DO HOPE SOMEONE CAN ASSIST THANKYOU
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Re Faversham Institute
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Faversham Kent : 1891 Population : 10,478 - The Faversham Institute for the encouragement of Literature Science & Art was established 1854 and in premises of 1862 has reading room, library
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Langworthy family
Trying to find out more about the Langworthy family in Boughton under Blean or Faversham area.
red mail Grandparents
Trying to find out more about grand parents who kept the pub the Harrow in the 40,s early 50,s then moved to Oar near Faversham after keeping the Harrow pub also had family living in Boughton my fathers brother Tom is wife and two daughters Sue and Debbie. My name is David.
red mail James Gilbert Turner
James Gilbert Turner on his Marriage Certificate 1886 that he was 44yrs old,born Kent, his father was John Turner, mother was Elizabeth Gilbert. His death certificate in 1898 says he was born in Faversham, also says he was 48yrs old. I cannot find record of this. An article in a newspaper says he was born in Hoo. James was a Surveyor and he says his father was an Architect. In the 1840's if he was born in Hoo, where would the closest Registration district be? Help please!! There must have been some significance in the Gilbert name as he has named his son George Gilbert Turner. All the information I have comes from Australian Records.
red mail Willis family brickmakers
I am looking for descendants of John Willis of Canterbury. His sons were all in the brickmaking industry.
red mail Hargreaves
Wondering if the Photographers 'Hargreaves' is still in existence. Is listed in the 1901 census at Preston Street, or does anyone remember it? I have a photograph of Brenda Hargreaves taken around 1920 who was my grandmothers best friend.

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