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Bracey, Helen Rose
My Grandmother, Helen Rose Daniell (nee Bracey) 1891-1977, was recorded as being a student teacher in the 1911 census. On census day she was with her family near Tunbridge Wells. I believe that she did her teacher training in Canterbury but I'm not sure about that. If anyone knows of any teacher training establishments in the Canterbury are I'd be very grateful for the details.
Alfred Sabine (1780- 1861) and Mary Maria Fowle (1784-1872)
Any information on these two families would be much apreciated. They are the parents of my 3 great grand parents. many thanks Suzanne
red mail Looking for Surname Canterbury Geology
Curious about any connections to surname Canterbury relatives. I assume they would be in Canterbury Kent but I have no idea! There were 3 or 4 Canterbury brothers who came to America and first lived in Virginia before moving to Georgia and eventually Alabama. Any info is appreciated!
red mail Gravener, Goman, Beaver, Huglin
Gravener 1567 Elizabeth Goman Richard Beaver Elzabeth Huglin Any information would be helpful.
red mail BOORMAN family
Looking for contact/info on family of John Boorman, carpenter of Canterbury 1799-1877. Married Elizabeth Sutton 1821.
red mail Small in Canterbury
I am researching my family roots in Canterbury. I have got back to a John Small who was a Licensed Victualler at the Prince of Orange at 12 Orange Street in the early 1800's. I have found a reference to 12 Orange Street being up for sale earlier this year. (Bairstowe Eves) it appears to be well hidden. It is being sold as a s/d house. Can anyone tell me if this was once a Public House, or has there been renumbering over the years. I have visited Orange Street earlier this year and was unable to find it, there seem to be gaps in the numbering. Any help appreciated.
red mail Tucker family
Any information on Emma Tucker born 1831 Canterbury, Kent married William Stock 3.12.1852 at St Martin in the Field, Westminster, London. William was born 1829 Bedford and was a victualler/barman at the Bull Inn on 1 Silver Street, St Paul, Bedford with his brother in law Charles Tucker.
red mail ernest mills
ernest lived in canterbury for a while,last address known was 14 ,palace stree t do not know if this was residential,ore work address if any one would know anything about ernest would be gratefull for any information.i am lead to beleave he had a daughter but not sure
red mail CECIL JOAD
hi my grandad was born in canterbury on the 1st of november 1916, on he's adoption certificate he is named CECIL JOAD..obviously registered legal adoptions didnt come about till 1927 so its not a offical document......approximatley 4-5 years (1920-1921) later he's mum sold him to my "great gran" and he became THOMAS BLUNDELL, we believe she was made to choose between her son and her boyfriend ...at some point she worked and lived in a pub in the town......IF this sounds remotely similar to a story in your family history, we would love to find out more about he's family....currently waiting for he's birth certificate to come through so we know the mothers first name...please please get in touch if you have any info thank you katrina.
red mail Andrews/Horton - Wincheap
Desperately trying to find a marriage for Ann Maria Horton (nee Andrews) who appears to have married a Robert Miller between 1855 and 1857. Her first husband George Horton died in 1855. She went on to have a daughter Catherine (b1857 in Deal) - father was a Cpl Robert Miller of 79th Foot Regt. I have a copy Birth Cert but can find no records of their marriage even though she is shown as Miller (nee Andrews) on the Birth Cert. Ann Maria had reverted to the name of Horton by the 1861 Census shown as a widow. All ties in with all other details that I have but this marriage is eluding me. If anybody has any connections at all and could assist I would be very grateful.

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