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red mail William Wills -monument inscription, burial record
Now have a tentative burial date for William Wills as 16 Jun 1811. I wonder if there are burial records for his and his wife below? Do they give anymore information especially age (or DOB) and place of birth? Is there anything written on a gravestone? Thanks for any help. Hoping for a Hernhill genealogy fanatic.
red mail Wills family 1700's until around 1840
William Wills and Elizabeth King seem to have been married on 19 oct, 1785 in Hernhill. Wondering if there are chr. and burials for them there? It is likely that Elizabeth was buried 28 Nov, 1828. Is there a record and a gravestone? Would love to find out what it says (if still visible). Who were their parents and siblings?
Was born 1888 any information on this person or family would be more than appreciated. Regards Joyce
c1800 - 1871
red mail Calls Hernhill 1571
I have genealogy information showing these ancestors in Hernhill from 1571 to a marriage date in 1619. Sometime shortly after that they emigrated to the American Colonies. I am looking for information that would lead to finding their date of emigration.
red mail John Groombridge Parish Clerk
I am looking for descendents of John GROOMBRIDGE and Lucy Cooper, married in Hernhill in 1758. The parish clerk during this period was a John GROOMBRIDGE who may or may not be the same person. I would like to find out one way or the other. Moses FOX married Rebecca GROOMBRIDGE there in 1791 and their son, Moses, born the following year was living with his family in Canterbury in the 1820s. Are these FOXs related in any way to those buried in the churchyard with 18C monumental inscriptions (e.g. Judith)? Rebecca had a second name 'Albe' according to the OPR transcription at the SoG library in London. Is this a misreading? Her brother Joseph was paid on a number of occasions for 'sparrows' according to the Churchwarden's accounts forthe parish.

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