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red mail Medhurst/Jeffery
I am seeking information on George MEDHURST, born c1813, Westerham, Kent. I believe George to be the son of John MEDHURST,b c1784, and Philadelphia COMBER, birth date unknown. George married Mary JEFFERY about 1842. They had at least seven children.
red mail Looking for Bateman ancestors in Westerham
Bateman is a name that appears in apparent abundance in Westerham from at least as far back as 1666 through to the end of the 19th century and possibly to the present day. My branch moved out to Lee and Bromley at the turn of the 20th century. Anybody with any useful information on the Bateman's of Westerham please get in touch. Of particular interest is a reference to Mr Bateman in the churchill diaries/papers who I suspect might have been a gardener at Chartwell. Many Thanks. Ian.
red mail WATERS
William Waters was a son of Isaac and Elizabeth (nee Liley) Waters from Westerham, He was born in 1859,He married a Kate Rosalie Foster and so far as we know he had 7 children with her named Winifred,William, Frank, Florence, Mabel, Alfred, Agnes and as far as we know Kate died around 1909 aged 45yrs and William remarried in 1912-14 era and started a new family of 5 children and came to NZ after retiring from Scotland yard due to his health after receiving shrapnel wounds in the war. new info again, just found Williams siblings in Westerham , according to 1st April 1881, Williams siblings were Frederick age 16, Elizabeth age 14, Frank age 13, George age 11, Alexander age 8, Alberta age7, Helen age 6, Lillian age4, Jane age 1 , some were born at Ide Hill Kent and the others Westerham
red mail WEBB in Westerham
My G-Grandmother was ELIZABETH JEMIMA WEBB, who was recorded in a census as born in Westerham around 1840. She married JOSEPH GARSIDE TERRY on 4 Dec 1861, and she died 10 Apr 1904 in Ashford. Am seeking to know more about her WEBB family, ancestors, siblings, etc. I believe I have 2 photos of her, but am not sure and wish to confirm.
red mail NOBLE in Westerham
I may have located my paternal g-grandmother's maiden name! Any assistance locating information on CHARLOTTE NOBLE, b. 1833-35, Westerham, Kent, would be very much appreciated. She married ROBERT LUFF, b. 1836, Sunningdale, Berks, by 1864. They resided in Feltham, Middx, by 1864, and emigrated to the US about 1873. Thank you very much for any assistance you may provide.
red mail Quebec House in Westerham
I am trying to discover the connection between my Bowles ancestors in Quebec City and some references to Kent which I have found. My ancestor's niece, Mrs. Joseph Bowles Learmont, donated Quebec House in Westerham to the National Trust but I don't know what her connection to that house might have been. She lived her entire life in Canada as far as I know. Also, her uncle, Joseph Bowles, who was earlier a pharmacist in Quebec City is in the 1881 British Census living in Parkhurst, Beckenham, Kent. I don't know of any reason for a connection to Kent as the family had emigrated to Canada from Ireland in about 1818. Anyone with any information on these connections, please, please respond!
red mail Lockyer
Searching for Lockyer information, in particular: Herbert Lockyer and family, living in Westerham in 1881 Thanks. Joan L.
red mail Fox & Hounds Pub, Westerham
Looking for any information on Edward David Abraham who ran this pub in 1899-1902 and afterwards owned a grocers/post office in Westerham Hill. He was married to Ada Rebecca Bugler.
red mail Langridge
Looking for details of ? Langridge who was the village blacksmith in mid to late 19th century
red mail Sands
Looking for family of Robert George Sands, born 1863 Westerham, Kent. Lived in Westerham with Parents Elizabeth and John Sands.

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