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Forge House
Looking for info on Forge House, Otham around 1926. The blacksmith was Julius Fullagar, his wife Caroline (nee Gore) Val
Researching the Henley family: Elizabeth Henley born about 1798, married Benjamin Hayler 1815 at Ewhurst, Sussex, died 1887 at Etchingham, Sussex. Any information about the Henley family gratefully received.
red mail Elizabeth WEEKES
My 2G GMa (great-great-Grandma) Elizabeth WEEKES was born 1827 at St. Nicholas, Otham to the Parish Clerk Thomas Weekes (possibly born Headcorn, Kent about 1795; died in Otham 1867) and wife Sarah. The name is often spelt WEEKS.
red mail Cuckow
I have ELLEN CUCKOW in my tree. She was born in 1840 in Otham. I think her mother's maiden name was MILNER. Ellen later married and moved to Maidstone, and then to Croydon. I'd love to har from anyone who has the CUCKOW family in their tree. The name CUCKOW has been mis-spelt over the years as CUCKOO, COSHOW etc.
red mail Smith - Otham, Kent Area
Looking for any info on the following names: Elizabeth M SMITH b. 1891 Married George WOOD. Her parents: Peter & ELizabeth A (nee Boorman). Their other kids: Alice F (1895), Edith (1889), Emily (1889), Ethel (1893), George Stanley (01/01/185), Louie (27/03/1899 - a girl), Mildred (1897). Thanks.
Looking for information on the Adams family from 1750, I have a Mary Adams in my family tree.
Looking for information on the Willard family from Otham
Betts, Freebody, Wiles
Looking for information on these families in Kent, earliest date to date is 1500 but plenty of gaps to fill!!!
red mail Post family, 1500s on
Looking for information re. Post family. Stephen Post married Ellen Panton at Hollingbourne, Oct. 17, 1625. They buried son Joseph, 1 year old, at Otham, Nov. 8, 1633. Any information will be helpful.

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