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Daniel Baker
The 1881 Census gives Daniel's birth as 1831 Bearsted but I cannot find any reference in Parish Registers. Is anyone searching this line and has info on Daniel. He went to N.Ireland, possible with The Buffs, and married Margaret in Limerick c.1859.
red mail Bourne`s of Bearsted
James Bourne married Lydia... ca 1790 and had children Joseph b 1811, John b 1812,George b 1816, Anne b 1818, and Kitty b 1820. What happened to them? and also James Bourne b 1814, m Elizabeth Giles and had children Ann b 1836, Elizabeth b 1837, Sarah b 1839, Jemima b 1844. What happened to them? and James b 1850, who married and moved to Maidstone, Mill street working in the paper mill there.
red mail Triangle cottage or House
I live in Triangle cottage, Bearsted - does anyone know the history of this house or TriangleHouse?
red mail Bearsted
If anyone living at "Anfield" The Landway, wishes to know its past history reply to this
red mail Woollett Jarrett Hammond
I have for some years been trying to trace the maiden name of Thomas Woollett's wife Elizabeth.She was b 1819 in Harrietsham.Thomas was b abt 1814 in Bearsted. He was the son of Robert Woollett and Francis Jenner. Thomas married Elizabeth abt 1838 but unsure where.Eleven children were born to her one of which being Alfred Thomas, there last, and my gr gr grandfather.Elizabeth died 1862 either during his birth or just after as her burial is very close to his baptism in Bearsted.Alfred Thomas married Ellen Francis Jarrett in Murston in 1885.
red mail Wykehurst
My great aunt and her husband, William CLAYSON (1873 - 1945) built Wykehurst on the Ashford Road in the 1920s on the site of Lilk meadow.


 
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