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DENGATE
John and Edwin DENGATE (sons of David Dengate) emigrated to Australia with their families in 1838. Information on these families appreciated.
Posted: 2021
red mail John Saxby
I am looking for the marriage of John Saxby to Sarah Blackman around 1821. Children George b 1821, Caroline 1822 Spencer 1830 & Angelina 1839 Any help would be appreciated
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Tapply
Looking for Tapplys of Wittersham. I've exhausted census and some BMD but still have some gaps. John Tapply, master cordswainer, his wife Sara and his children. Any records related to John Henry Tapply and his wife Elizabeth Paine or Payne also of Wittersham.
Posted: 2016
red mail TERRYs in Wittersham
My G-G-Grandfather, JOHN JENKIN (JENKYN) TERRY, was born in Lydd in 1806, and was a Doctor and Surgeon in Wittersham from about 1845 to 1885. He had several wives, including my G-G-Grandmother, MARY ANN GARSIDE, and a previous wife, SARAH WALKER. I have lots of information and photos of him, which I am generally willing to share with family. Also, I have good data coming down from him, but am seeking more about his ancestry and that of his wives.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2016
red mail TERRYs in Wittersham
My Grandfather, ALFRED CECIL TERRY was born May, 1873, in Wittersham, the son of DR JOSEPH GARSIDE TERRY and ELIZABETH JEMIMA WEBB. In 1901 Alfred married DAISY CHAPMAN HAYWARD (b. in Frittenden in 1880) and together they emigrated to the US in 1902. I can provide much information on TERRYs, but would enjoy learning more on them. I would like more information on any related HAYWARDs or SKINNERs. I have some photos of these relatives, but would very much like more.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Brann Springate
BC of Fanny Brann, 10 Dec 1877. Fa Alfred Brann, Mo Frances Brann nee Springate. Address The Quarter, Wittersham. I have a copy of Fanny's BC (not the Fanny Brann I was seeking). Happy to copy and send to whoever in the extended Brann family.
red mail Tickner
I am researching ancestors of my mother's one of whom was born in Wittersham in 1792.His name was Peter Tickner and he went on to become a farmer of some 330 acres in Snave.He was married to Maria Pankhurst and had 6 children. Any info greatfully received.
red mail Wittersham Holt WW2 heavy gun
I am looking for information about the above that I hope will help me find my uncle Frederick Arthur Smith a member of the crew. A very difficult task with the name Smith!
red mail Bradleys of Wittersham
Any info please on James Bradley, born around 1783 and a resident of Wittersham. I believe he married Sarah and I have traced 4 children: Charlotte, George, Sarah & Mercy. James was resident in the Tenterden Workhouse around 1851 but by 1861 he lived with Mercy and her husband John Parsons back in Wittersham. Meanwhile Charlotte had 2 children, both illegitimate, in the Tenterden Workhouse: Sarah (1847) and my 2xg grandfather Charles frederick (1849). Sarah went on to marry Jerimiah Murphy who was in the British Army, they had 3 mre chidren and ended up living in Guernsey. Any info very gratefully recieved especially regarding James and Sarah. Thanks.
red mail Holdstock, Wittersham
searching for any details on a Lucy Holdstock who was born in 1786 and died in 1854. she married William Lavender in 1806. any information greatly appreciated, Dave.

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