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BARNES Family of Greenhithe c.1840
My BARNES family resided in Greenhithe c.1841, would their church be St Peter and St Paul, Swanscombe? Thanks for any details - Rod
red mail Moss Family of Greenhithe/Swanscome
Moving right along, lol. Research has brought me here. I'm looking for any Moss families in the Greenhithe/Swanscombe area who have roots in that area that date back to the mid 1700's. My ancestor James Moss was born somewhere in England in 1750. He married to Susannah Webb at St. Mary Woolnoth Church in 1789 in Middlesex, and he died in 1801 in Swanscombe. Susannah was his 2nd wife as he was listed as a widower on the marriage record. I don't know if James had any children from his first marriage but he had the following children with Susannah: Jane b. 1790, Sarah b. 1792, James b. 1794, Elizabeth b. 1795, William b. 1797, Alice b. 1798, and Joseph Webb Moss b. 1800. James may have had two brothers in the Swanscombe area as well, William and Samuel Moss. There were a number of brick makers, brick layers, Hosiery hands, and Knitters in this lineage and it appears that the family moved up and down the A5 (the Roman Watling Street). There are many descendants of this family in the Buckingham and Leicester areas too, from the mid to late 1800's. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Famiy of Joseph Moss
I'm looking for any information on Joseph Moss b.) 1796 in Greenhithe, Kent. He Married Sarah b.) 1800 and relocated to Leicester, Leicestershire about 1838 where his oldest son Archer was born in 1839. I would especially like to find out the names of his parents and siblings and to know if there are any descendants of this family still around in the area. Also, to know where the family originated, Dartford, Grunkste, Ramsgate, etc. For that time period Joseph seems to be the only Moss that I can find born in Greenhithe. Any assistance would be most appreciated.
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Robert Victor Gordon Beeton,19.4.85.lived 46 High St in 1912 when he married Sarah Matilda Davis of Tapestry House,Greenhithe.Worked as a lighterman on the river?Any information would be welcomed.
red mail Artillery cement works
My grandfather was born in the cement works along with most of his siblings.I can not find an entry for stone where I believe this was. The Clarke family also owned a row of houses in Greenhithe in 1920's. Any information wanted, such as what cotages, where is the cement works and what happened to approx ten Clarke sisters? Greatgrandfather was cement works manager.


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