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red mail BENHAM Mary Jane Horwood
Looking for Mary/Jane who was bn 29 July 1852 in the Union Workhouse at Watford; her mothers name Jane Julia BENHAM. 1861: Jane age 7 occupation Labourer in a Silk Mill; 1871: Mary Jane 18 servant in Hackney with the TYHURST family (Jane, head, 57, widow, daughter Caroline 28 and son James 25; 1881: still with some of the TYHURSTs: James (unmarried), Isabelle (sister) 48, Louisa HAINES 16, servant and Mary Jane BENHAM 28. The address is Denbigh Lodge, Main Road, Bexley. What happened to her after 1881?
Help needed to trace the whereabouts of Barrington-Bonham Cook born in the Bexley area early in 1938, information is required by a distant relative.
red mail gerald symes who lived in footscray sidcup kent up to 1994
i looking for information of a very dear friend of mine GERALD SYMES last known to be living in staines walk footscray sidcup kent, people use to call him gerry/jerry and he use to drink in the red lion pub in footscray high street, gerry was in a wheelchair due to an injury many years before,i believe he was born in 1929 he had been married and had children but i do know that due to a family rift he no longer had contact with any of them.i have been informed that gerry passed away in october of 1994 in bexley kent but i having trouble finding his final resting place,i really would love to find out where this is so i can go and visit and say my goodbyes which i never had the chance to do....
red mail Hood, Baker
My 2x great grandfather Fred Hood and his son Edmund Hood owned the Bakery at 1 Broadway, Bexley until about 1924. Kelly's Directory lists a bakery owned by Robert Howe on this site until at least 1934. Does anyone remember the Hood family? How long did the bakery remain at this location?
red mail William John Brown
I am trying to trace the family tree of William John Brown born 1907. I believe he had 2 sisters named Elva Florence and Alice Emily. I think his parents were called Ellen Emilia and William Brown. William John Brown married Dorothy Ellen Pettis in 1937/8 and had 4 children: John Douglas, Anthony thomas (twin boys), Patricia and Hilda. William John Brown served in India in the second world war. I have no dates and no places of reference, I would be interested to hear from anyone who can help.
red mail Tanyard Farm Bexley
William Watkins And his wife Sussana were farming here in1700,s the Watkins family continued as tenants until late 1930,s.
red mail Samuel Crutchfield 1801
Hi I was wondering if anyone has any information as to where Samuel Crutchfield was born. On the 1841 census he is seen living in the Belle Grove area of Bexley with his wife Maria and their children, but he has said no to being born in the county of Kent and they say he was born in 1806 but his death cert 1847 says he was 46 when he died so that means he was born in 1801 and I have no idea where. I would be gratful for any help and information and thanks, Anne
Eves - Goord
Doing the Eves family tree too Sarah Parks was born in Spring Grove , Nelson New Zealand how she went back to England we are unsure and also unsure of any other brothers and sisters to William They William and Sarah arrived in New Zealand on the London
red mail Eves, Goord
Looking for the origins and ancestors of William Eves born about 1805-1810 in Kent. He married Sarah PARKS in Cranbrook in 1831, and baptised 5 children there before migrating to NZ in 1842. I have plenty of information about the NZ descendants. William was not baptised in Cranbrook. Census and marriage records show that he was not the William baptised in Wilmington in 1809 (see census), nor in Strood in 1805 (see 1851 census), nor in 1805 in West Kingsdown (see census). But he may be the one baptised in either Bexley in 1809 (son of William Eves and Ann Goord or Goorf) or Brookland in 1808. Prior to about 1780, the Bexley Eves seem to be an offshoot of the Wilmington Eves families. Would like to hear from anyone researching any Eves families in Kent, especially in the vacinity of Cranbrook, Bexley, and Brookland. Eventually hoping to eliminate all but one William Eves from the picture!
red mail Darling
My Great Greatmother name Sarah Anne Darling born 1855 married Henry Thomas in 1872 any help appreciated thank you
red mail Stratton
Trying to find any information about Joseph Stratton, born abt 1791, married to Margaret Dixon. The rest of the family lived in the Middlesex and Kent areas.
red mail Baxter's of Bexley
Thomas Baxter 1788 a silk printer of Bexley married Elizabeth surname not known of Dartford 1812, first child Elizabeth 1813 born Dartford then Eliza 1815,John born Crayford 1816, subsequent children born Stratford Frederick 1817,Charles 1821,George 1829,Selina 1831, Waltham Abbey:William 1827,Mary Ann 1826,& Julia in Cheshunt 1838.
red mail Whiffen, William T. and Louisa J.
Looking for information about my great grandparents William T. and Louisa J. whiffen who lived at Rose Cottage, Bexley. They had 6 children, Arthur, Albert, Sidney, William, Annie and Amelia.
red mail G B DEARSLEY
red mail Beatrice Elizabeth Wright
Looking for any info on Grandmother Beatrice Elizabeth Wright. In 1916 she was living at 40 Standard Road. Came under Bexley. She had my mother Beatrice Wright, other children were Gwendoline, Grace, Lillian who i think was a twin. Edward Wright born 1811. Died in 1940. Buried in July at Plumstead cemetery. London. On Beatrice,s birth certificate my nan was not married to partner. My mother who was Beatrice Wright went to Mulgrave Scholl in Woolwich when young. Her sister Gwendoline married a G.W Or W.G BROADHURST. Who we used to call wally when young. The last address they were living at before death was Walmer Terrace Plumstead. S.E.18. London. They lived at various address,es, in Bexley Plumstaed, Welling area,s. My mother Beatrice married my father Mr Jeffery and her last address was Westhorne Avenue before her death in 1992. Any one who know,s of these names would love to hear from. No matter how little info is. Kind regard,s Christine.
Lived at Lion Road, Bexley mid 1800s. Peter Oliver married Harriet Gardner - several children including my gr gr grandma - also Hariett. Any connection. Please get in touch. Many thanks
red mail Edward May
I'm searching for Edward May believed to be still living in the area his father was born in 1896in Dartford Stone.
red mail Green William Vicar of Bexley
I am looking for information on my G,G,G,G Grandfather William Green who was the vicar of bexley until his death in 1808. He had 4 sons henrey, George Rowney, Fredrick and Edward. I am from the George Rowney side of the family.
red mail Adam Jarrett
Adam Jarrett and Mary lived in Bexley from 1900 to 1930 with their children Adam Arthur (lived in Dartford and Bromley), Edith, Ernest (emigrated to Australia), William Henry(Lived in Greenhithe), Mercy Mary (emigrated to Canada) Emily(emigrated to USA), and Daisy
red mail William Henry Thomas Peter OLIVER
was my great uncle. married once (clara duddington) possibly twice although no record of second marriage to mary ann (mardling) smith. had children both partners. Disappeared around early 1920's. anyone have him on their tree after 1920. Possibly Australian/New Zealand connection.
red mail Charles English
Looking for details of the children of Charles Henry English, dob 8/5/1841, Sudbury, Suffolk. Childrens names are Charles F, Alice E, George H and Earnest A. The fifth child was Hannah Mabel whom I have info on. Also have the details of his second marriage and family, of which my Nan was part of. When he died he was living at 1, Church Road, Bexleyheath .
red mail Richardson-Dubois
Anyone have information on William Arthur Richardson who married Mary Dubois in Bexley, Kent sometime in the first half of the 1800s?
red mail Townley Road, Bexleyheath
Is anybody doing research on the wartime bombing in this area/
red mail Richardson, Frank,William
Looking for information on Frank William Richardson born about April 1856 in (or near) Bexley. He had 2 sons both I believe born in the USA. Frank Herbert, and William Arthur. Does anyone have and info on Frank William? Who was his father? Did he have siblings?
red mail Wm GREEN - Vicar of Bexley
My g.g.grandfather, William GREEN b. 1737 was vicar of Bexley until his death in 1808. He married Sarah FREESE, b.1771 in 1793. Their issue as far as I know are 4 sons, Henry, George Rowney, Frederick and Edward. Would be interested to find relations through this family.
I am looking for the family of Job MArtin, born in Bexley Heath in 1871. He was married to Sarah A Weller in St MAry cray. She was laso born in the area in 1872, so information about her would be great as well thnaks
red mail Durrant . Scudder
Joseph Durrant Married Elizabeth Coleshill at St Marys Bexley, My Gt Gt Grands. I married my wife here 120 years later. Also interested in Scudders Bexley,
Charles Pollard-Strict Baptist Chapel
Looking for information about this family. My Grandmother was Florence Pollard. Charles was killed in action 1916. He was secretary of the Strict Baptist Chapel in Bourne Road.
red mail Bedford
I am seeking any information on Rev. Edward Henry Bedford. He had one son, Frederick Austin Bedford who died in Melbourne Australia in 1899 @ 62 years old. On his son's memorial it mentions Edward from Bentley Heath, Kent. I cannot find Bentley Heath and assuming it might be Bexley. Any information is appreciated.
red mail Crispin Ratten/wratten
My gr-gr-grandparents where married on 28/10/1861 they were William Crispin age 25 and Susannah Ratten (spelt Wratten at birth) age 20 at Parish Church Bexley on their marriage certificate William's father is Thomas Crispin deceased. William died 2ndMarch 1895 age 60 at Crayford. In 1881 they lived in Slade Green. I am looking for more information on Thomas Crispin and Susannah's parents- William and Elizabeth Wratten.
red mail Banks
John Banks m. Sarah Sneed 26.2.1772 had son James Banks b. 1780 m. Rebecca Coe, they had son Arthur Banks b. 1804 m. Sarah Rudge? they had daughter Mary Ann Banks b. 1847

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