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red mail T. Barber, Photographers.
Hi, Trying to find out about Theo. Barber and Sons, Photographers based in Preston Street, Faversham. I know they were in business in the 1940's. Is there any connection between the Barber family and either the Featherstone, Smith or Dove family.
red mail Smith - Kendall
Hi. Is there anyone out there who knows of a Harry.J.W. Kendall who married Annie. L. Smith in 1912 in faversham. I wanted to know if this Annie. L. was the daughter of Henry Smith, picture framer and bookbinder of Preston Street. Any info appreciated. Thank-You, Fiona.
red mail RE: Clarke Smith/ Dove
Looking for relatives of Minnie Dove ,who married Charles Dove and lived in East Street, faversham maiden name Clarke Smith. Her father was a shoemaker master in Longport, Canterbury by the name of Alfred Clarke Smith (wife Mary Ann). He died aged 30 in 1870 when Minnie was four.
red mail HORN Family (1800's) Faversham & Newington
Looking for any info. on Thomas HORN b. 1851 Newington (father Edward) married 1878 Faversham Sabey Elizabeth WHITE b.1855 Wrotham (father George) Children - Ellen Sarah HORN b.1880 Faversham - Kate Elizabeth HORN b.1884 Faversham - Annie HORN b.1891Newington - Florence HORN b.1894 Newington. Have 1881.1891 and 1901 census info. Any other info.welcomed.
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 Father of Henry Baldock b. c1832
I have a Henry Baldock who was 49 on the 1881 Census, married to Mary nee Coe and living with his family at Lower Brents, Preston next Faverhsham, but am unsure as to his parentage. Any information shared would be appreciated.
red mail FIRMAN
Thomas Firman born Faversham, 23/12/1827. Looking for any family info. Thanks
red mail bourn family
Alice Bourn father Stephen motherSarah Higgens. Any information on this family would be helpful.Alice was married to Samuel Sargent.
red mail Pepper - Faversham (Kent)
Hi. Most of my dads family originated from Faversham but any information for sharing would be useful. I am particuarly stuck when I get back to Richard Pepper b1781. My dad was Bernard John Pepper 1925 - 2001 and my mum was Doris Deadman 1936 - 2002 however my dad was married before to Annie Georgina Groves 1928 - 1977 and they had 5 children (my half brother & 4 sisters). My dad had 2 borthers that I know of Brian Stewart Pepper 1935-1977 and Peter Thomas Pepper 1923-1999 although I know nothing about either of them. His parents and my grandparents were Thomas Alfred Pepper b1899 and Rhoda Lucy Brice 1903-1975 and again I know little about them and never met them. Thomas' parents and my great grandparents were Alfred George Pepper 1868-1945 and Elizabeth J Karn 1870-1952 and again details about them are sketchy. Alfred's Parents and my gg Grandparents (and this is where is gets a bit interesting) were Thomas Pepper 1823-1896 and Sophia Ellis 1826-1859. They had 4 children before Sophia died and they were Albert James Pepper b1850, Edmund Pepper b1853, Mary Ann Elizabeth Pepper born and died 1857 and Walter Pepper for whom I have no info, and Thomas John Pepper 1849-1905. He married Mary Young 1855-1899 and had 2 children Alice Maud M Pepper 1836-1907 and Augusta Mary M Pepper b1889. I know nothing about them at all. Thomas did remarry after Mary's death to Emily Green. He was a hotellier and publican and ran the Little Crown pub in Chatham High Street which is still there! Thomas Pepper remarried also after Sophia's death to Ann Luckhurst and that is when they had Alfred as well as William Charles Pepper b1866 and Hester Pepper b1864. Again I have no info about any of them. And finally onto my ggg Grandparents and Thomas' parents which was Richard Pepper b1781 and he was married to either Hannah or Esther (or possibly both) and this is where my trail stops and I have no information about either of them. The Pepper's were all either Mariners which included both the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy. Thomas Alfred Pepper worked on the Atlantic Convoys during the war, or they were shoe/boot makers. Any information you can provide would be gratefully received. I do believe that I also have a half brother who was born around 1970 in the Snodland area of Kent which until recently I knew nothing about. I dont have any information though. I plan to visit Faversham later this year (I now live in Doncaster) to do a tour of the graveyards so any information you have would be incredibly helpful. Thanks Matt
red mail Attaway - George
Born 1851.Married Elizabeth Briggs circa 1870.Any information.

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