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red mail Barnes,Tompkins
Looking for info on the family of Christina Barnes born c1887. Her father John was a Police Constable. Christina married George Tompkins from Sutton at Hone, they had a daughter Joyce in 1912(my mother). George died on the Somme in 1917. Christina then married Charles Lamb and moved to Rugby and had two more children, Jack & Phylis. Thankyou
red mail Harding family members
I am wondering if any Harding's or related family are in the area, or anywhere. My grandfather was Walter Harding...great grandfather was Alfred Harding. Both are buried in Keston Churchyard. I would like to hear from anyone who knows anything about them or the family. thank you.
red mail BEADLE
My GGGrandfather was James BEADLE and he was born in Keston in 1835. His father's name was George BEADLE - but I have no idea whether he also originated from Keston or elsewhere. James moved to Chelsfield and married into the BROOKS family. However, I would like to find out more about his life prior to that.
red mail john foord
John Foord married Elizabeth Hannah nee: Nixon my great grandmother is Margaret Helena born in Tyne Dock Westoe in 1886 any info especially this area great to hear from you Thanks.
red mail Hills + Belfield of Keston + Bromley
Hills and Belfield of Keston and Bromley. Also in service in SE London. Anyone interested in sharing info on this large family please contact me - Suzanne
red mail Foord at Keston
In Keston churchyard are buried Robert Foord b 11 Oct 1804 at Oxted, d Nov 2 1866, Mary Foord b 21 Dec 1798 d 11 May 1877, and Eliza (nee Foord) Burley b 1 Mar 1801 d 19 July 1881. Researcher very interested in contacting this family.


 
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