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Bromley Kent
Bromley CP/AP was an Ancient Parish in the counties of Kent (Ancient), Greater London (Administrative) and Kent (Administrative), in England. It was also known as Bromley St Peter and St Paul. It was part of Br... more
 
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red mail Bromley Kent
I Am looking for a half brother by the name Nicholas Waugh born 1948 Bromley, his grandfather owned the Crossways hotel near Bromley , I am Jack Nichol Waugh's daughter and would love to hear from you Nick as I'm interested in Dad's war history. Ialso have a Nicholas Waugh born 1971
red mail butler querie
i am looking for relatives of emily.a.butler who died in bromley in 1926 apparently she was around twenty six or seven when she died. can anybody tell me if infact she had a son around the age of four years old at the time of her passing.
Looking for Mercer's and Burbridge's of Bromley Kent
Hi all, I am trying to locate George (Levi) MERCER late of Bromley 1940 ish,born poss around 1880, Father of Thomas MERCER died 1973,husband of Cathreine Beatrice Burridge died 1964. Grandfather of Douglas James MERCER died 1962, Great Grandfather of Christopher James MERCER (still living). Also trying to find out more about James Henry Burbridge (and his wife) father of Catherine Beatrice Burbridge. Any information would help.
HUNTLEY
Hi, I am seeking the relatives of Stanley Huntley who was married to Edith Price. Stanley was my uncle and he was born in 1925 in Gloucester to Charles and Florence (nee Hall) Huntley. Wld be willing to share family history
Madrell Clive
Does anyone remember Clive Davison. He died in 1992. I believe he was semi professional opera singer and made a couple of records, may also have sung locally at events. He also belonged to a local Masonic Lodge and may have been a past master. He lived in Orpington, Kent. Do you know anyone one who may have known or remembered him?
Yarred
David J Yarred born 1932 Peckham, married Doreen Mayes July 1963 at Bromley.Two children Michael J Yarred born 1964 and Linda Jane Yarred born 1967. I have researched there family back to 1800 at Salisbury Wiltshire. If you want to to discuss the research please contact me.
MABEL SHARP/LACEY
Mabel Sharp/Lacey was born in Tenterden, Kent in 1875 to Thomas Lacey and Martha Sharp and was my great grandmother. In 1894 she gave birth to my grandfather, William John Lacey, in Tenterden but he lived with Martha. In 1901 she was working and living in Bromley after that I cannot find her. I believe she married twice but do not know the names of her husbands. I would be pleased to hear from anyone whose family she became part of or who knows what happened to her.
red mail Mead, Salmon
This may be a long shot but I am trying to see if I can get any informations about my family all I have is: Dorothy M Salmon Married William Alfred Mead in Bromley kent in 1931 Children: William G Mead 1931-1985 Annette Mead Margaret R Mead 1936 Mary Mead 1939 Elizabeth Ann Mead 19th July 1941 Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Looking for Whitings
Hi I am trying to see if I can trace any of my family all i have is: My Grandads name was Stanley Thomas Whiting born March 1941 (i think) passed away 1997. Mother's name Doris Moxon (I think) brother's name Norman E Whiting born March 1928 Leslie J Whiting born March 1938 Geoffrey Gordon Whiting born 1935 Sister's name Jeanne (Jean) S Whiting born dec 1931 ( i think) Kathleen M Whiting born June 1933? Stanley Thomas Whiting married Elizabeth Ann Mead born 19/07/1941 who also lived in the Bromley Area. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Ethel Cheeseman
Searching for descendants of Ethel Cheeseman,who resided at Turpington Lane,Bromley Common. She was my mothers eldest sister,my aunt. Any info would be appreciated. John
red mail Askew Family
Can anybody help with information on the ASKEW family that emmigrated to Christchurch, New Zealand around the late 1800's to early 1900's. Name possibly William, Henry or Ernest

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