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red mail Walter Miller
My grandfather, Walter Miller, was born in Cheriton, Kent in 1905. His father was William Miller, born in Walworth, London c1859. I would be glad of any information on this part of my family.
red mail History of Cheriton
Hello, I am the author of the 2 history books (so far) on Cheriton which are rasining money for a new community centre. I would be really interested in hearing from anyone with any details about Cheriton - local families, businesses, shops, clubs, societies, etc. Please do get in touch. Likewise I may be able to answer questions you might have.
red mail Cottage Homes in Cheriton
On 1901 census, my grandfather SIDNEY GREEUW SUTTON (age 11) and his brother HAROLD CLIFFORD SUTTON (age 9) were in the Cheriton Street Cottage Home (part of Elham Poor Law Union). Which school would these children have attended? Has anyone access to the Cottage Home or school records? Their mother died in May 1899 so assume they would have been admitted about then?
red mail Johnston
Rev Robert Johnston first vicar All Souls Cheriton 1890,s wrote book on first ten years are there any photographs available If necessary can some one supply bus numbers to explore area. also old maps of the time of the area
red mail Cheriton Kent
James Arthur Robertson married Gertrude Jane Joyce 1904 James was based at Shorncliffe,Royal military Avenue, Father was David on marriage certificate he was deceased both came from Scotland any information please.
red mail Philpott
Isiah Edwin Philpott (known as Edward) ran the Unity Inn Cheriton in 1871 married to Martha with 4 children Isaac Edward,James Edwin , George William and Martha Louise. Does anyone know if there are any photo's of this Inn about 1871???? would be glad to hear
red mail Emily STARKEY & John Elgar COLLINS
I am seeking any information concerning Emily (my great grandmother) born on 23 October 1862 at Rotherhithe (Surrey/London) and John (my great grandfather) born on 19 August 1847 at Chislet, Kent. Emily appeared in the 1901 census with John Elgar COLLINS and their children Emily Beatrice STARKEY and John Elgar Collins STARKEY, at Wood Cottages, Cheriton, Kent. By the time of the 1911 census the family, now swelled by the addition of a further child, Albert Edward Collins STARKEY, lived at Stonar, Kent. John COLLINS died on 06 April 1922 at Hawkinge, Kent. Emily died on 05 January 1931 at Poole, Dorset. A photograph of Wood Cottages would be greatly appreciated.
red mail world war one
My grandfather was manager of a steam laundry and his wife died about 1917 and i would like to find out where she was buried.
red mail John Stockwell
Looking for info on the parentage of my Gt Gt Gt grandfather John Stockwell who lived in Cheriton Kent. He was born about 1769 in Folkestone, lived in Horn St, Cheriton and died in Cheriton in 1861.
red mail Emery
I am looking for the family Emery. Lived in Cheriton middle 1800 - 1970. May have conections to Elham
William DARBY - Blacksmith in 1960's
I trying to find background details on my Great Uncle William DARBY whom I know from personal recollection ran a blacksmith's forge in Cheriton, near Folkestone, Kent. The business ran for many years up until the 1960's or even 70's (yes, 1960's not 1860's). The location of the forge was in an outbuilding in the back garden of a large Victorian House backing on to the recreation ground. The address was 100 Stanley Road, and the business was owned by Kemsley & Son's. Would be grateful for any links or references to information about the blacksmithing business or premises in this area or suggestions as to where to go to find more information on the topic.

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