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red mail Clements Family
Hi I am trying to find any info on William Clements born 1872 in Kent. He went to America aged 22 but came home to england two years later, but can find no trace of him after his return. From family stories he was nicknamed Klondike Bill and was known in Sidcup and St. Mary Cray in Kent. If anyone can help please get in touch. Thanks Trish.
red mail Hi Pink Family
Hi Mary Pink was my third great grandmother she married John Clements. Anyone who has Mary or John in the family tree please contact me, thanks. Trish.
red mail Hi Clements Family
We have been researching our family tree and have discovered and met family members from Crockenhill, the family have been farmers there for many years. We have traced the family back to 1723 so far. Any further info would be really welcome. Thanks
red mail Seekeing The Webbs, or Richards
I am looking For the Webbs or Richards Familys of Crockenhill. I have some Information from the 1861 census, of Henry and Martha Richard, living with all their brood, at Tylors green road as it was known then But now TYLERS, but cannot find a trace of Rebecca richards, a daughter, after she presumably got married, she must have married outside of the village. The Webb family, of which I am one,(used to live in Woodmount) Included my grandparents Charles and Rose Webb and my Granfathers family (his father) Walter, and Jane webb (mother) and his Brothers and sisters, Thomas, Jane, Walter. My Aunt still lives in the village, and has some history on the family, but I need help in tracing this much lost tree. Any help from local historians would be appreciated.
red mail pert family
I am trying to find any members of the Pert family who were at Wested till after ww2, my mother Jessie Pert was a cousin and, as part of my family research, I am in touch with an Australian cousin, who would like to re-establish contact. Douglas
red mail George Best (no, not that one!)
I am looking details on George and Emma (nee Wood) Best, who were probably born between 1815 and 1825 in the Crokenhill (or elsewhere in Kent) region. Thay had a son, William Best born 25/04/1844.

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