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Jones  Oct 2004 (41765)
Have managed to trace my father's side of the family back to 1700s and they are mainly in Lydd. I have information back to Richard Jones and Mary Venner who married 6/6/1775 at Ivychurch. They are, I believe, both buried in Lydd. Also my g grandads brother is named on The War Memorial Mural Tabet on the North Wall of the Tower, L. Jones (the initial L stands for Lomas) His parents Charles and Jane Jones of "Homeleigh." Boulder Wall, Lydd in 1916. Please get in touch if you have any connections or indeed just want to touch base with fellow descendant of Lydd. Other names on my tree connected with Lydd include Kenealy, Dowle Lording, Maxted, Morphett, Page
Packham   (14179)
James Galloway (d.1895) & Elizabeth Packham (1816-1894) married here 1844.Seven known children; Richard Carpenter(d.1860) & Martha Packham (1822-1904) married here 1845.Five known children born here.After Richard`s death Martha married Ebenezer Standing; Frederick Finn (ca.1843-1905) & Martha Packham (1845-1906) married here 1863.Five known children; Robert Stuteley Packham (b.1844) & Frances Newble married here 1864. Four known children.
Marshall/pocock/kennett   (14111)
Interested in connecting with any descendents of the MARSHALLs from Lydd, Kent. My gg-grandfather was Alfred (Leaver) MARSHALL, b.1821 Folkestone. He married Elizabeth Ann Pocock in Lydd. Their children included: Edward Rutley, Thomas, Alfred, etc.Alfred Jr married Alice KENNETT. Thomas married Emily Martha KENNETT (both ladies from Dymchurch).

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