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red mail Brett Family
Searching for information on Arthur, Winfred an Horace Brett, all born in Faversham in 1896, 1898, and 1900 respectively. Their parents were Frederick Brett and Ellen Dadson. In 1911 Ellen was living in 19 Front Brents, Faversham, and she was a widow.
red mail Laker family Faversham
Walter and Mary Laker lived in Faversham and had 2 children, Richard b 1782 and Bellisant b 1785 (Canterbury Archives microfilm). There may have been other children. Bellisant was my gggg grandmother and married Richard Pepper. They lived in Meeting Street, Ramsgate in 1841 (census entry) with their daughter, Elizabeth Pepper b 1818. I know that Richard married Bellisant in Faversham in 1803 (Canterbury Archives, microfilm). Richard was known as a Journeyman Tailor from the Isle of Thanet (census) and also St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex (marriage records). I would like to know who his parents were and if there were other children born to him and Bellisant. I'd also like to know more about Walter and Mary Laker. Thanks.
red mail Edward Harmer
I am up against a brick wall in my search fro my Wife's family. Her grandmother, Louisa Harmer (harmon?)(b. c 1865 in Kent) married? Thomas W Adams,anecdotally when she was 18,but I can find no record of this. Her father was Edward, reputedly a seaman, and my mother-in-law, now deceased, often said that her Mother knew Faversham very well. I realise this is all very vague, but "hope springs eternal". Harry
red mail Holmes
I have traced my family back to Faversham in the 1800s. Walter Robert Holmes came to Australia in 1856 with his wife Ellen (Eleanor) Eden to start my family tree over here. Ellen and Walter Holmes were married at Bristol on May 24th 1852. Walter was a sailor with his father Robert around 1845 and were both born at Faversham, Walter on May 10th 1829 and Robert around Nov 1804. Robert was the son of George and Mary Lydia Holmes and married Jane Smith in May of 1826. Walter may have had a brother George born around Feb 1832 and a sister Frances born around 1837. I am hoping that I can make a connection with Walter's family that remained in England and let them know about Walter's family in Australia. Paul
red mail Mummery, Neame, Whorlow, Smith
It's a longshot, but is there anyone out there who has this connection?
red mail Alliston Charlie
Charlie kept a garage and had a riding school in the area, he is full bood brother to Minnie Alliston,Minnie was born around 1900 .He had twins one boy/girl. Other brothers were Tom kept a pub in Tonbridge and George married had two girls marry american GIs
red mail Wood Family Of Faversham
I am Interested in any iformation about the family of George WOOD & Ann (nee Horton) - and their family - b 1859-72: Daniel Harry, Fanny, George John, William Osborne, Henry, Walter, Charles, Fred, Frank, Thomas & Herbert.
red mail Hadlow family of Faversham, Kent,England
Rose Elizabeth Hadlow of Faversham,Kent d/o John Hadlow b.Faversham,Kent and Rose Smith married Samuel Ince b.Almondsbury s/o Thomas Ince b.Tipton,Staffordshire and Ellen Jane Jones who had my grandmother E.Stevenson nee:Ince b.Toronto,Ontario,Canada
red mail Faversham - Beckett
Beckett Family Circa 1800. I am looking for any information on the following family. Thomas Draper Beckett 1820, brother of James Francis Beckett 1816 & William Beckett 1814, were all born in Chatham. Son of Thomas Beckett (Shipwright) & Mary Ann Beckett. Thomas D Beckett moved to Southampton whereby his son Walter James Beckett 1853 married into the Circus. The family may have come from Faversham.
red mail Elephant and Castle Pub in Faversham
I am interested in information on the above pub in Faversham, Kent. On his 1881 and 1891 Census entries, my great, great, great grandfather, George Harris, is detailed as being the publican of the Elephant and Castle. I would love to know if this pub/building still stands. The Census possibly says it was in Water Lane. George was married to Ellen (maiden name Millen) Many thanks! Claire

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