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red mail KING, Charles
I believe my ancestor was born in Eastchurch circa 1824. He was 28 in the 1851 census. He was still single when he sailed to Australia in 1852 on board the Caucasian. he is list as lodging and working in the Dockyards in Minster Canterbury in 1851. Desperately trying to find siblings and parents. Any help would be most appreciated. Cheers Janine Western Australia
red mail Clements, Jacob Isle of Sheppey
Researching our Gr.Gr. Grandfather Jacob Clements and his children of Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey. He was a dairyman. Born 1806 and died 1896. He married a Phoebe, maiden name unknown. Is anyone out there researching this family?
red mail Holmes and Adams
Researching HOLMES and ADAMS. I've come to a bit of a halt trying to trace back Seldon/Selden Holmes born circa 1780. I am also trying to trace the parents of Eddy Adams (female) who married Edward Holmes circa 1830. Any help is much appreciated.
red mail Yates name
I have some information on the Yates Lazenby and Farley names for Sheppey and other areas in Kent
red mail Frederick James COPLIN
Seeking any info on Coplin(grandad) or Dines(grandmother). at time of marriage they lived in Kingsborough cottages and were married at Bethel Chapel,Minster St.March 1910
red mail George Hilder STILL
Seeking info on George Hilder Still born 1867 on Rayham farm, Eastchurch to George Still and Jane Miriam Hilder.
red mail Bradley
Finch Bradley (born in Bobbing nr. Sittingbourne in 1798) moved his family to Eastchurch in the early 19th Century. His son Lewis was born in Eastchurch (IOS) The Bradleys remained in Eastchurch for several decades before migrating back across the Swale to the Sittingbourne area.


 
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