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red mail Marchant/Lucas
Looking for information re. the families of Richard Marchant & Elizabeth Lucas who were married at Chiddingstone 1811
red mail HARRIS CHARLES & BEATRICE.CHIDDINGSTONE CAUSEWAY
'UNCLE CHARLIE' WORKED AT WISDENS. BEATRICE 'AUNTIE BEAT' WAS FORMERLY A GOWER FROM TONBRIDGE, PREVIUSLY LONDON. ALICE WILKINS HER SISTER,SONS GEORGE,DOROTHY AND IRENE, GRANDCHILDREN KEITH, FIONA ROBERT & IAN.
red mail BRIDGER,, JOHN
BORN IN CHIDDINGSTONE c1802. MARRIED MARTHA COLLINS FROM SUSSEX LATER HEAD GARDENER AT PENSHURST PLACE WHERE THEY HAD 13 CHILDREN ! NIL KNOWN ABOUT HIS ROOTS. DID CHIDD... HAVE AN 1801 CENSUS TAKEN?
red mail CHANDLER FAMILY
Looking for George Chandler 1847 Chiddingstone Kent. He married Jane Sargent. Looking for information on any siglings or George or parents.
red mail Hyder/Hider
Looking for Thomas Hyder who married Abigail Hodge in 1811 in Chiddingstone. Children mainly found in Surrey Croydon and Mitcham areas. Names are James, Thomas, George, Isaac, William, John Charles, Emma, Mary Ann, Amos, Robert, Eleanor and Jesse does anyone have these names in their tree. The children married into families with the surnames Bowdery, Carret, Lancaster, Plumb, Kingswood,
red mail William Divall
Looking for the parents of William Divall who married Ann Gower on 2 august 1812 in Chiddingstone Kent. We know Ann was of that parish but are not sure if William was too. Can anyone help?
red mail Looking for my Folks!
Looking (from Australia) for any info or descendants of Martin Hoath born Chiddingstone maybe 1720, and William Hoath, possibly his father born same place ? maybe 1700 or before. Later in Maresfield, Sussex. David
red mail Streatfeild From Chiddingstone, Kent
The Streatfeild/Streatfield family can be traced to 1514 in Chiddingstone with Robert Streatfeild who married a daughter of Richard Rivers. He was buried in the village in 1559. Many generations spring from his sons Henry and Richard.


 
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