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red mail Harling, Higham, Strood, Kent
Does anyone have a connection to this family Edward Harling and Mary Middleton married in Northfleet, Kent in 1770? Their three known sons were born and baptised in Higham. Trying to fill a gap in this family to confirm connection to our Harlings. In particular the birth of John Harling c 1796. Who were his parents?
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looking for a robert piper who was married in 1988, he had a daughter in 1989 - his daughter is now 21 and looking for her dad, if this is you or you know the whereabouts of this man please don't hesistate to contact me. Many thanks
red mail Latter's Farm
My grandfather, Ernest Batchelor, farmed at Latter's Farm from approx 1908-1914. The farm has since disappeared under post-war housing estates and I am trying to identify exactly where it was. The indications I have are that it was fairly close to the centre of Upper Higham. The 1911 Census lists it as being on 'Higham Lane', next to Hill Farm, along with 3 other dwellings but the name 'Higham Lane' does not appear on the current map. From the name, Latter's Farm, one might expect it to be adjacent to Latters Terrace (9 dwellings) but the census enumeration numbers might suggest otherwise. I am wondering whether the name, Latter's Farm, comes from Philip Latter, who died about 1907, shortly before my grandfather began farming there.
red mail Scudder
Richard Scudder, his wife Mary (Phillips) and their children including Ann(later Nicholls) my Grandmother lived in Higham 1839 to the 1890s at Gore Green, Chapel Row (Upper Higham) any info please
red mail Higham
John Phillips (b1768), John Phillips (b 1814), Mary Phillips (b 1847)at Grove Green or Gore Green later married Richard Scudder and at Gore Green until after 1891 census. any information would be very helpful
red mail Oldaker/Oldacre
Henry Oldaker may have lived in this area b. ca. 1712

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