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red mail amelia tucker
born in Gravesend Kent in 1852 father Fredrick tucker mother Marg burns brothers and sisters names; stephen, william, julia, fredrick, richard. amelia later moved to east london to marry alfredf paul
WATERS in Gravesend
Thomas WATERS, b abt 1788 (where?) married Frances BELTON 1808 in Swanscombe, Gravesend. Known children: William (b 1811), Belton (b 1814), Thomas (b 1822). Contact sought with anyone researching WATERS in Gravesend.
red mail Warford
William Furze Warford b. 1797 (Gravesend?) married Elizabeth Stevens b. 1795 -are they on your tree-particularly want to know William's parents etc.
red mail Dixon
I am looking for any Dixon descendants. They were living in 2 Walnut Tree Grove Northfleet in 1901 as per 1901 Census. They were Robert Dixon - His wife Esther and children Henry 19,Alfred 18 (who was my Grandfather),Horace 16,May 14,Esther 11,Eva 9,Ella 7 and Raymond 4 (who died at sea in 1914)
Looking for information on George Dadd born 1793 in Gravesend and married in 1812 in London.
red mail John James Curtis, Publican
1841 Census,WEST STREET,GRAVESEND. James Curtis 36.Elizabeth Curtis(believe maiden name was Shillito/Shillitoe,born Yorkshire) 38.Curtis 13(male)John Curtis 8,born Kent.William Curtis 6,b Kent.James Curtis 4 b Kent.Henry Curtis 2,b Kent.Mary Ann Curtis 1 b Kent. As I believe I am a direct descendant of this family,John James being my GGGrandfather and his son William my GGrandfather I would be most grateful for any information regarding this family or descendants. William at age 22 married Harriet Vaughan age 22, 15 January 1857 at the Above Bar Chapel Southampton.Harriet was the widow of John Perkins.Harriet and John had one child,Eliza Emma. William was in the Hotel business in Yokohama,Japan and some of Harriet ,s children were born in that country as well as England.William is also credited as being a founder of the Kamakura Ham Company in Yokohama,Japan. William Curtis and Harriet had 6 sons and 3 daughters,being Alfred William,George Vaughan,Clara Vaughan,Walter Vaughan,James Vaughan,born Yokohama,Japan,Adela Marion,born Yokohama,Frederick Joseph,born Yokohama,Edwin Shillito,born Yokohama,Mabel Grace,born Southampton as were Alfred,George,Clara and Walter.
red mail Tubbs
Richard TUBBS married Elizabeth DOBBISON in 1804 in Greenwich, but lived in Milton-next-Gravsend where six of their seven children were born. Eldest daughter, Mary Ann, married John WILLIS in December 1830. Son, Philip (b. 1811) married Ann ROOTS in 1833. Daughter, Caroline (b. 1821), married Gerard COOPER in 1860. In 1841 Philip's wife, Ann, was living in the same house as Jemima COOPER. Another daughter, Elizabeth Sarah (b.1824), married George Thomas COOMBER in 1848. Looking for information that might connect Richard to other TUBBS families living in the area in the early 1800's, as well how Jemima was connected. Also information on the COOPER & COOMBER families.
red mail Edgeler, Edgler family
Researching the Edgeler family many of whom lived and worked in the Gravesend/Northfleet area in the 19th and 20th centuries. Would be pleased to provide any info we have and would also appreciate any info you can give.
red mail Descendents of Henry Godfrey and Sarah Ann Smith
My ggg grandfather Henry Godfrey b. c. 1812 East Dereham Norfolk m.1835 Chalk Kent Sarah Ann Smith b. c. 1815 Hernehill Kent was a master builder and lived in Gravesend. They had Henry George b. 1837, Robert 1839, William 1841, Reuben 1845 and Sarah Rosamond 1847.
red mail John Austen
I am looking for details on my Great Great Grandfather John Austen (or possibly Austin) born in Gravesend in 1820 his father was Vincent Austen who was born in Essex.

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