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red mail Family of John Robert LOCK b 1876 Northfleet
John Robert LOCK was born in Northfleet in November 1876 the son of William Lock and Mary Ann nee Brown. He married Alice Maud DAVIS on 25 April, 1901 at St Botolphs Church, Northfleet. The marriage entry describes John as a Crane Driver. Alice's father, James William Davis is also described as a Crane Driver. John and Alice lived at 38 Samaratan Grove, Northfleet. John and Alice had three children all born at Gravesend - Alice b 1903, John b 1905 and Edie (Edith) b 1908. In 1911 this family was living at 73 Raphael Road, Gravesend. I am interested in making contact with descendants of Alice, John and Edie (Edith).
red mail ALBERT VICTOR THOMAS MAY
I am looking for my grandfather's (Albert victor thomas may ) family. Albert was born may 1897 in Northfleet. His father was Albert May and was married to Sarah E Chapman.If any one has any info on Albert snr and futher back or any thing on Sarah chapmans family ui would love hear from you.
red mail Dagnall/Dagnell Family
Hi looking for information re Thomas Dagnell who lived at Plough Yard Northfleet in 1841. Also any info or pics of plough Yard
red mail wood family
looking for any info on alfred harold wood or any wood family northfleet /meopham/ luddesdown
red mail fullbrook/dunk married 1810 northfleet
My great X4 grand parents Thomas Fullbrook & Ann Dunk were married in Northfleet on 24/11/1810 and I think their daughter, my great X 3 grandmother Rebecca Dunk Fullbrook might have been born in Northfleet. Anyone have any other info or connection to these people?
red mail laming
I am trying to find details of sid laming born december 1911 in northfleet to susan and sid laming at least i think they were his parents names, he had 5 sisters and a brother jack who died in the 2nd world war aged only 19
red mail Lodge/South
The following is taken from my Grandfather's memoirs about childhood in Northfleet - Alfred James Lodge was born in 1874. 'My earliest recollections are of living in a small four roomed Cottage in a small street known as Shepherd Street, Barrack Fields, Northfleet Kent. Then a small parish partly industrial and partly agricultural close to the Banks of the River Thames with a main London to Dover Road passing through it. Barrack Fields the vicinity in which we lived derived its name from a Block of Dwellings that at one time was Soldiers Barracks and strange to say we lived in these quarters before the small cottage I referred to. Among my earliest recollections are the attending of a small private school at the bottom of our street for a few weeks till after my baby sister was born, I was nearly three when I first went to this school which consisted of a small room seating about 20 children like myself. Soon afterwards I was sent to a National School about ¾ of a mile away, and was there till my sister began to attend. Then we were both transferred from the Rosherville National School to the Northfleet National School belonging to the Northfleet Parish Church. This was nearer to our home and here most of my sisters and brothers received some part of their Education. Our journey to the school was either via the London Road and Village Green by the Parish Church or across a Footpath about 6 feet wide bounded on either side by Chalk Quarries, about 80 feet in depth and no other safety to keep us from falling down these quarries than that of Fear; for we could all crawl under or through the fences that had been erected and to me as I look back it was marvellous that only one boy tumbled down and though injured not severely.Our amenities during our school days were not many. Our playgrounds were not big enough to ‘swing a cat in’, so we made the best use of outside facilities, our swimming Baths were some Running Streams about a Mile away or the Marshes on the Banks of the Thames two miles away. At the age of Eleven I started swimming in the Fresh water streams of Springhead, famous for its Water Cress and by the time I left school I was able to swim very well.'
HOLCOMBE
Seeking info. on John Holcombe and his son James.John was born in Wicklow, Ireland c1818.His occupation was coast guard, On the night of the 1861 census he was aboard HMS Kite in Egypt Bay, Kent.I've no idea who or where his wife was. James was born in Wicklow, Ireland c1845. He married in Northfleet in 1868. At this time James was a mariner and his father John a coast guard pensioner. I have no idea when the family left Ireland. Any info.much appreciated.
red mail Sunnock
Does anyone know about the family of George Sunnock from Northfleet he was a master baker married to Emma and had three children Emma, Florence and George
red mail STANLEY
SEARCHING FOR THE STANLEY FAMILY IN NORTHFLEET BEFORE 1830. PLEASED TO EXCHANGE INFORMATION. adeline
red mail Francis and Mary Sparks
Looking for information on Francis and Mary Sparkes in the Northfleet (Kent) area
red mail Bright Family
John Thomas Bright married Caroline Iden in 1856. Lived all married life in Northfleet. Chn: Martha married John Jewiss; Charlotte married William Waterman; Fanny married George Nicholls; Ann married Frederick Allder; John married Kate Hayman; Samuel married Ada; Mary married William Howard and Elizabeth married Henry Ward.DE
red mail Howard Family
William James Howard married Mary Ann Bright on 1896 in St Botolph Northfleet. Sons William, Arthur and Henry Howard born between 1897-1901.
red mail Ward Family
Henry Donalay Ward married Elizabeth Bright in 1896 St Botolph Northfleet. Children: Henry F, Jessie B, Sydney W and William Donalay. Henry was a lighterman, bargeman.
red mail Hayes Family originally Chatham
Cornelius and Fanny Hayes nee Iden, married in 1838 Darenth and moved to Rochester, Chatham and settled in Northfleet. Chn: Edith Louisa, Eliabeth Fanny, Clara Selina married Edward Best, Robert William married Rose West, and Sarah Ann. 1911 - St Botolph Church family church.DE
red mail NORTHFLEET - Davis /Mitchell families
my g-grandmother, MATILDA MITCHELL, was born in Northfleet in 1845. Her parents were WILLIAM and MATILDA MITCHELL. She married my g-grandfather, JAMES DAVIS, in 1864 and they lived in Northfleet for a number of years. I am interested in finding out about Northfleet in the 1800s, especially where Barrack Field was and what housing conditions were like there. My g-grandfather was a boiler maker - could he have worked locally? I am happy to share what information I have about the family.
red mail HOOKER and Iden families
Emma Iden of Chalk married William John Hooker in Chalk but lived all married life in Northfleet. Children: 1)Emma married William HALSON, 2)Mary married cousin Samuel HILLS, 3)William married Mary Jane Jenkins,4)Thomas married Mary Saxby, 5) Henry married Fanny Perrett who in turn married Charles COLE, 6)Sarah married George CHATER, 7) John married Harriett Ladds, 8)Charles married Ada Draper and 9)Caroline married John BAILEY. All children with their families remained in the Northfleet area. Information sort, in particular, with the IDEN family connection. DE
red mail Dyke of Northfleet
I am looking for information on my g g and his family. They were watermen, lightermen and captains on barges on the river Thames in the 1800's. I would like to learn more of how it would have been for them and thier families. I know my g g carted gun powder up and down the river in times that was needed. I would be greatful for any info at all know matter how small.
Walter Carter
I'm trying to find the descendants of Walter Carter, born 31.7.1836 Spain(father Matthew was British Consul) and Stanhope Watson born 25.5.1842, Southwark. On the 1871 census they are living with their two sons Walter Stanhope born Sept Q, 1867 Camberwell District and Matthew born Jun Q, 1869 North Aylesford District, Kent, at Victoria Road, Northfleet, Kent. As both parents died in 1873, would love to know what happened to the children. Any info appreciated.
red mail Hope, Wayman, Dignum, Cradock
Mary (?Cradock) married John Hope, a Sawyer, children Ann Hope 1822, John Hope 1824, Charles Hope 1826. John Hope died 1826. Mary remarried to Thomas Wayman, a brickmaker. Children were Henry and Samuel Wayman. Ann Hope married Francis Dignum in 1843 and John Pickford in 1863. John Hope married Mary Ann, then Mercy. Charles Hope married Sarah Bright. Samuel Wayman died age 19 in 1851. Henry Wayman married Elizabeth Blackman. Ann Hope's children were John Francis Dignum (1844), Charles Henry Dignum,1850 (illegitimate son of George Booker),Henry James Dignum (illegitimate), Emily Susan Dignum (illegitimate), Charlotte Dignum (Illegitimate), Mary Pickford (1864, married Henry Wollet Holden) I would be delighted to make contact with anyone who can link to any of these.
red mail Alfred Banks Northfleet Kent
Looking for any information/contct re: My grandfather born 1866 in Cliffe Kent. He was a foreman for Imperial Cement in Northfleet and lived in 'The Cottage' at the works in about 1901 with his wife Sarah Anne (nee Fisher) and their family which included Walter Horace who also worked for Imperial Cement after WW1.
Bramble connections
ANDERSON = Eliza Elizabeth 1912. William A.ROGERS = Charlotte 1919.Son,William1924. Philip E.Fox PINDER = Alice May. Offspring,Victor, Dereck, Maureen, Pamela. PINDER, Albert George = Eliza Doris H.1926. All leads gratefully received. Dennis.
red mail Ingress Tavern
I am looking for information on my relatives, the Hampton family who lived in the Ingress Tavern, Stonebridge Rd, Northfleet. It was owned by Alexander and Alberta Hampton until Alexander's death on 1924. The children were Alexander, John, Louisa, Grace and Tom.
red mail William & Elizabeth FORROW
Son James baptised St Botolph's 28 June 1863 (born 1 May). Can anyone tell me any more about this family? Many thanks. Alison
red mail Hutson/Blake
Charles HUTSON b circa 1856 married Harriet BLAKE in 1877. Charles was a Waterman & altho' born & married in Rainham, he moved to Northfleet where all his eight children were born. Any info on this family welcome.
red mail Jenkins
I am looking for information on Elizabeth Jenkins born around 1790 or her daughter Eliza 1812 or grandson Edward 1841. I know she was listed as a pauper in 1851 census, and a market gardener in the 61 census. Also in 1861 she was living at 220 Barbers cottage (would also like some info on that address)
red mail Chambers
Has anyone any details on Rebecca Chambers who married Joseph Morgan at St. Dunstans in the East, London on the 13/10/1834. Rebecca was born in Northfleet c 1817. Cannot find out any details on her other than the above.
red mail Lee family
Looking for information regarding my Lee family in the Northfleet and surrounding areas. I have a Hiram Lee b.c1853 Chelmsford,Essex who married a Sarah (formerly unknown) b.c1854 Swanscombe,Kent. Children to Hiram and Sarah are : Agnes,George,Frederick,Edwin,Bertram,and Ernest. All children born in the Northfleet area and living in this area in 1901. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail CORY/ELLIS Marriage
Looking for details of marriage of Henry CORY to Sarah ELLIS, Northfleet 5 Feb 1816
red mail Sydney Axten
I am trying to find descendents of Sydney Axten. He was born in Northfleet, Kent around 1885. His father was Thomas Axten, born Watford, and his mother Celia Ellen Martin, born Northfleet. In the 1901 census Thomas had died and Sydney was living with his mother and stepfather, Harry Johnson (born 1861), who was the manager of a mineral works in Milton, Kent.
red mail Lansdown Square , Rosherville
Would the person researching Lansdown Sq. Northfleet and the Harrison family please get in touch. You have an 'orphaned' entry, failed e-mail check
red mail Harriet Payne
Am trying to find Harriet Payne. Her maiden name being Bennett, Parents Henry and Harriett.I have no other information on Harriet. Would love to hear from anyone researching the Payne family in this area.
red mail Henry Peachey married to Lucy Frost
Have found my GGG grandfather Henry Peachey and his wife Lucy in Nothfleet 1841 both 45 had Elizabeth 15 Maria 12 and Henry 9 I think Henry might have been married before as he married Lucy Frost 1829 Elizabeth born(1826) Henry was also living with his mum Elizabeth age 85 does this match with any one?
red mail Captain Charles Atherton Folliott Powell, Pier Rd.
I am doing research on the merchant marine captain, Charles Atherton Folliott Powell, who on his wife's death certificate in 1897 lists their address as Pier Rd., Northfleet. I am trying to find out what he was doing in Northfleet as Lloyd's Registers do not show him after 1895. Anyone with access to harbour records etc. I would be grateful for any information.
red mail John Robert Hall who married Lucy Tilden
John Robert Hall JP Baptised Lewin's Mead 29th October 1802. Died before 1876. Parliamentary Agent. Married Northfleet, Kent, August 1830 Lucy Tilden (born Northfleet ca. 1807, died Paddington 23rd July 1890).
red mail LOCK
My g-father, Charles Alfred Lock b 23 September 1888 at 40 Railway Street, Northfleet, was youngest child of William Lock and Mary Ann nee Brown.His siblings were Mary Ann b 1869; William George b 1871; Frances b 1874(immigrated to Australia);John Robert b 1876; Edwatd James b 1880; Charlotte Rosetta and twin Thomas Percy b 1883; Emma Elizabeth b 1886. Charles Alfred married Jeannie Pomphrey and immigrated to Australia in 1923. All members of this Lock Family appear in the St Botolph's church records (Parish of Northfleet).
red mail GALLEY KING
My 4X G grandparents were JOHN JACOB GALLEY B 1786, ST. BOTOLPH, NORTHFLEET, KENT AND HANNAH KING . They were married Northfleet, Kent 1808. Jacob's mother was Mary Galley, no father. I am stuck. I know nothing about the KING family. I am interestedin talking to anyone that is researching these names or can help me with some research. Regards Jim
Home
Can anyone tell me the address of Northfleet Catholic Childrens Home in the 1950s.I know that it isn't there anymore.And also would there be any records of children who were there in those years.I hane just discovered that a relative was in this home.Any info would be much appreciated .this is for family tree
red mail Smock Mill
My 4xgreat grandfather, John Fiveash, was known to have owned such a mill in the Perry Street vicinity (I believe). I understand that it has been demolished. Any information about this mill or any member of the Fiveash family, who lived in and aroundthat area for a long time would be most welcome.
Rosherville
I am researching a block of 4 large villas known as Lansdowne Square, Rosherville, Northfleet, Kent. These faced Rosherville Pier, and Rosherville Hotel. The family I am interested during 1870 to 1900 was the Harrison family. Does anyone have any information, old photographs etc . TUNNELS: apparently there was a tunnel leading from Rosherville Pier to a part of the Rosherville Gardens going under Lansdowne Square on the way. Has anyone got any information on this please.
red mail Northfleet Grammar School
My 2x great grandfather, Rev Frederick Davis, was Headmaster of Northfleet Grammar School from about 1865 to about 1881. I am interested in finding out more information about the school - particularly during his time there.


 
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