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Startup - Apps - Everhurst - Honey
My g-grandmother was Caroline Anne Startup who married Francis Joseph Johnson. She was born in the village of Barming in Kent and the daughter of George Startup and Elizabeth Everhurst. George was the son of George Startup and Ann Apps, Elizabeth the daughter of James Everhurst. Through the Startup line we go back to Susanna Honey and then all the way back to Michael Honey in the 1540's. All this line appears to have come from Barming in Kent. Keen to hear if anyone can take the Startup line before the 1800's, also anyone who might be able to help with Apps or Everhurst lines.
Barming is a civil parish in the Maidstone District of Kent, England. It lies to the east of Maidstone, the county town, and had a population of 2233 persons (2001 census). The eastern end of the parish is part of the built-up area of Maidstone, although the remainder is much more rural. The River Medway is the southern boundary of the parish. Barming is mentioned in the Domesday Book, and was then described as being divided into East and West; the latter being known as Little Barming, and having its own church until the 16th century, now known as Barn Jet. Barming railway station, on the line through Maidstone to Ashford, was opened with the line on 1 June 1874. The A26 road crosses the parish. St Margaret's Church, Church Lane: A Norman period church with the characteristic triangle of east windows with a tower added in the perpendicular style. Among interesting items in the church and its grounds are three 14th century bench ends and a mounting block.
red mail Gransbury
Looking for information on Herbert Gransbury born 1888. Lived in Barming with parents William and Jane. Later married Alice Norris.
red mail Wildish
Elizabeth Wildish c. 1758 from East Barming married William Turley in October 1781. Looking for further details on the Wildish family
red mail posse
Researching Posse from Fant Lane. Charles Walter Posse worked at Oakwood Hospital
red mail Cox
Alfred Robert Cox born c 1880 in Barming, parents Frederick G Cox and Elizabeth Sarah. Children of Frederick and Elizabeth Sarah included Frederick W, Ann E, Eliza Jane, George, Elizabeth Sarah, Edward James, William Henry, Alfred Robert, Albert, Ellen May. They lived at South Street, Barming in 1881 and 1891. Is anyone else researching this line ?

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