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red mail Greenfield Genealogy
My great grandfather, Thomas Ager Greenfield (born 1861), married Elizabeth Puxley. They had seven children, including my grandfather, Col. (T.W.)Thomas William, RCA (1892-1984). Grandfather T.W. was also an accountant for Dominon Trust in Hamilton, Ontario. Grandfather married Cecily Atkinson (d. 1929) three daughters; Cecily or Kitty married Edward Lauder,(d. 1952)three children DeDe (d.1973), Edward or Ned and Cynthia; Kitty also married Heinz Barfuhs two children Heidi and Elisa; Margaret or Margot married Edwin Malmberg (d.2009)three children; Carol, Alan and Elizabeth all of California; Phyllis (d.1966) married Paul Gislason three children Albert or Tom, James or Jim and Fredrick or Bill(d.1981)all of Alberta CA. Grandfather also married Vera Hickey (1912-2003) one daughter; Kathleen of Montreal Canada); Emma or Betty (Mrs. Spencer Mort(d.1974), Mass. USA) nurse); I would appreciate any information concerning our family. Sincerely Alan
red mail Barnett James
Looking for information on James Barnett b tunbridge wells approx 1809 and died 1880 he was a carrier Any infoon his family would be appreciated Thanks Eric
red mail Apps
James Apps of Speldhurst and Eleanor Byfield of Tonbridge, married 18 February 1759 at Tonbridge, had 7 children baptised at King Charles the Martyr church Tunbridge Wells between 1760 and 1770 including James 21 Nov 1762 and Amos 8 May 1768. If anybody has any further information on this family will they please get in touch
In the 1881 census for Tunbridge Wells, James Smith, a Tailor has an adopted daughter Ellen Mercer and a Grandaughter, Eva Smith, his wife Elizabeth is still alive. In the 1891 census, James is a Widower living in Ashford with his grandaughter, Ellen is now Ellen Smith and no mention that she is adopted. I wonder if anyone is researching this family.
red mail Weller
Hope to confirm David Weller death registered June 1986 was that of David Weller born 1911 to David Weller and Maud Woodman Trott, his second wife, of Kennington. His half-brother would have been Charles Weller born to first wife Elizabeth Rush. Charles died in WW1. South African part of family lost touch after Maud's death. Thank you, Ivy
red mail Williams/Langley
looking for decendants of John Henry D. Williams, married to Eleanor Langley 1905. Daughter Marjorie Eleanor b1906. JDH was the holder of a DCM awarded during WW1 Eleanor Williams said to have lived in Quarry road, close to the railway station until the early 1960s
red mail Farley family
Trying to trace details of the ancestry of George FARLEY (c1805- ) and Martha Unknown (c1804- )whose known children were Martha (c1827- ), Caroline (c1829- ), George (1831-1900), Isaac (c1834- ), James (c1835- ), Henry/Harry (c1838- ), Edward George (1841- ) and Thomas (1845- ). George FARLEY born 1831 Tunbridge Wells married 5 May 1855 Sarah Alice MILLER (1831-1879) Hastings, Sussex (daughter of Henry Miller, shoemaker).
red mail streeter streeting
I am looking for a frederick streeting or frederick streeter who used to live at napier road, tunbridge wells, kent in 1943/1944.
red mail Julius Hutchinson
Hi I have a Julius Hutchinson circa 1797 born Manor Vill. Tunbridge Wells. I can not find him on any records and wondered if there were any specific records regarding this place. Or is it an area of Tunbridge Wells or the house name. Many thanks for any help
red mail unmarried mothers
does anyone have any info on unmarried mothers homes in this area in 1943/1944

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