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Smith nee Fickling
I'm hoping to contact the descendants of Dorothy W Smith (nee Fickling). I believe Dorothy came from Faversham and later lived in Canterbury. She married John Thomas Smith (aka Jack) around 1952 in Sittingbourne and had two daughters, Glenda and Carol. Any information would be much appreciated. Kind regards Lisa
Posted: 2021
Coo, Shadrach
Any information on, Shadrach Coo who was buried, 15 Mar 1720, Faversham, Kent. Much appreciated, Steve Coe.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Patching Family
Anyone Related? Lydia Patching was born 1791 and died at Faversham in 1832 aged 41. Her husband was a sailor named Thomas Patching. I believe they had two children together, son Thomas Patching (master mariner of Hull and Liverpool) born in Mundesley 1819 and daughter Elizabeth Ann Patching born in Faversham 1822. There is also a connection with Richard Patching (master mariner) born in Faversham 1833, Richard was lost at sea in 1874 when his ship 'The Calcutta' caught fire. His wife Emma re-married and became Emma Wright. Her daughter Helena married Authur McCombe in Liverpool.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
WILLSON / WILSON, FEVER, KEELER families - Faversham/Sheldwich/Frindsbury
Seeking information on my Great Great Grandparents: James WILLSON b.abt.1853 in Faversham, Kent and Harriett (nee KEELER, previously FEVER)b.abt.1849 in Sheldwich, Kent. They married abt.1875. Harriett was married previously to George FEVER. The 1881 Census shows that James had three stepsons: Frederick, Walter and Ernest FEVER. James and Harriett had four of their own children: Alice b.1878, Frank b.1881, Winfred b.1888 and George b.1891.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Rachael Ray
Rachael married John Warner Greenwood in 1849 in Faversham, Kent. Any info about her family would be appreciated. Gail
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail ROBERTS (Romany gypsies)
PLEASE is anyone researching this family? My direct ancestor Samson Roberts was baptised in 1789 in Faversham to Catherine Roberts, a single woman of Romany heritage. Samson married Jane Sharwood (sp?) in Orlstone. I have the tree upto the present day. I would love to know more about Catherine, and who her parents were/where they came from.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Harry HAZLEWOOD of Faversham KEN
Henry HAZLEWOOD (Harry) of Faversham Kent b.Q3 1866 in Faversham R.D., KEN GRO d.Q4 1903 in Faversham R.D., KEN aged 37 In 1871 census as son, age 5, surname PILCHER at Faversham, KEN (-02Apr1871) address: with Henry Pilcher, Miller 20 Abbey Street Faversham KEN (-02Apr1871) In 1881 census as stepson, age 15 at Faversham, KEN (-03Apr1881) with Henry and Sophia Pilcher "Greyhound Inn", 19 Partridge Place Faversham KEN (-05Apr1881) In 1891 census as Barman, age 25 at Faversham, KEN (-05Apr1891) With Sophia Pilcher, widow, Licensed Victualler "Faversham Arms", 62 Ospringe Road Faversham KEN (-05Apr1891 At age 27 he was married during Q1 1894 in Faversham R.D., KEN to Minnie Elizabeth POWELL (c. 1870/1 The couple had one known child: 1. Harry HAZLEWOOD He was a child, age 3, (c. 1897/8 in Hernhill, Faversham, KEN,Q1 1898 in Faversham R.D., KEN GRO). In 1901 census as Licenced Pub Victualler, age 34 at Hernhill, Faversham, KEN (-31Mar1901) Lived with wife and son at the "Red Lion Inn" Hernhill Faversham KEN (-31Mar1901) Henry [Harry] d.Q4 1903 in Faversham R.D., KEN age 37 Minnie Elizabeth d.Q2 1917 in Faversham R.D., KEN age 47 I Cannot find Harry Jnr. in the WW1 deaths although there may be possibly something shown on the medal rolls which I have not purchased. Neither can I find a marriage for him up to 1930. Please can anyone pick up on this missing Harry HAZLEWOOD. Thank you Rod
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Co-op stores
Does anyone have any records or advice regarding records about Co-op stores employees 1880's? My grandfather's father CHARLES (JAMES) SUTTON was a Manager for the Co-op, moved down from Darlington, Co. Durham sometime after 1882. My grandfather SIDNEY GREEUW SUTTON was born in Faversham in December 1888 and then they moved on to Folkestone.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Ethel Cobb b.1874
Ethel Cobb was the daughter of Frank Bridge Cobb b 1843 and Emily Elizabeth Drayson b.1851. They moved at some point to Ospringe Kent.Her paternal grandfather was Alfred Cobb b.1808 Throwley Kent and he lived at Badlesmere Court Badlesmere Kent. Am trying to find out if she married and who that person was. Any information gratefully recieved.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Brown Browne Crosswell Stowers Flood Moore Waters
I'm hoping to find anyone who may be connected to the Brown Family who lived at 13 Napleton Road, 24 Plantation Road, 14 Kings Road or 15 Beckett Street Faversham. Ernest 'Rollo' Brown had a Piano Tuning and Musical Instrument repair business at 2 Limes Place, Preston Street. Ernest's parents were James Brown (who was related to Frederick Henry Browne, Thomas, William, and Alice Brown(e) daughter of Frederick Waters and Maria Crosswell) and Annie Lydia Brown (nee Stowers). Ernest's wife was Alice Daisy Brown (nee Waters). Before Alice married Ernest, she lived at The Swan Inn in Market Street/Square with her father Frederick Waters. After the death of her mother, Frederick remarried Emma Hogben (nee Ralph) and they had a child and emigrated to Australia. If these names mean anything to anyone, I'd love to hear from you.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019

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