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red mail St Peter church, Southborough
To anyone who has access to St Peter church, Southborough. Wish to confirm that there is a memorial inside the church to Sarah Watson who died 18th June 1874, widow of Thomas Colclough Watson.If there is, then she was probably buried in the churchyard cemetery.
red mail Henry Johnson
I'm looking for information on Henry Johnson who married Mary Hawkins in Guestling. Henry was born in Southborough and he had a son Henry b 1858 in Tunbridge Wells. Henry b 1858 married Anne Maria Shepherd from Faversham and they emigrated to Peoria Illinois USA.
Daniel Phillips Sarah Wood, Southborough
Is anyone researching the ancestry of these people (husband and wife). If so, please make contact.
red mail POTTER, Cyril or Alfred Thomas J.
I am looking for two sons of and Minnie Hyder (Gausden)Alfred Samuel POTTER. Alfred Thomas J. POTTER was born in 1895, Southborough and by 1949 was stationed in Cairo. Cyril POTTER was born between 1910 and 1915 and by 1949 may have had the following address The Roscoe Press, 85 Wanstead Park Road, Ilford, Essex, London. Information on either of these two men or their families would be gratefully appreciated by another brother's family.
Info wanted about William Edwards who was a witness at my grandfathers wedding at St Peters Church, Southborough 24/12/1898. My grandfather was George Taylor.
Susan West
Susan West of Southborough married John Reed c. 1837. Any info on the West family?
Looking for info on the Reed family - John Reed (born in Tunbridge c. 1837) married Susan from Southborough and 6 children were born there between 1861 and 1873 - Thomas, Henry, Harriet, John, Caroline and Barbara. I'd like to find out who Susan was.

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