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Pulver surname (108048)
I would be interested in any information about the Pulver family. There were Pulvers in the 1400s in and about Rochester I think they would be part of my family but I would like more information
Elizabeth Weller (75750)
Elizabeth married Richard Williams at/in St. Nicholas, Rochester on 3 March 1840, I would love to be able to create a family tree around these two but information is very hard to find. I would appreciate any links etc. to point me in the right direction to achieve my aim.
Mayor of Rochester (59788)
Joseph Leech is believed to have been Mayor of Rochester probably in the first half of the 20th Century. His wife was called Tine, although I'm not sure if this was her real name. I would like to know her maiden name and would value any further information about her and her family.
Butlers & Strannacks of Rochester, Kent (35717)
William Butler married Susannah Strannack in 1749. Is anything further known about their respective parentage and further ancestry?
Bassett Family (22297)
I am looking for any relatives of Alfred Bassett who was born in 1809 in the parish of Saint Mary Magdalenem Woolwich in the county of Kent, his parents were John and Mary Bassett, he then married Mary Ann Thompson at Saint Nicholas,Deptford in 1834.he had a son Alfred and daughters, Mary Ann, Ellen Margaret and Virginia. Any information on this family would be gladly received.

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