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Hoo, also known as Hoo St Werburgh Kent
There are two Hoos in Kent. A small hamlet on the Isle of Thanet, and this one, the larger and more well known Hoo, also known as Hoo St Werburgh.
Vision of Britain says "Hoo AP/CP was an Ancient Parish in ...
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red mail Hoo butchers shop, Kent
Does anyone have any old pictures of the Butchers/Grocers shop in Hoo, Stoke Road/Main Road, owned by the Broad fanily?
red mail MacDonald family Kent
Trying to find info about relatives of mine called MacDonald, they lived in Chattenden in the 1960s and until at least 1976 then think they moved to Hoo St Werburgh and lived in Knights Road, I am not 100% sure on Knights Road though. Also have reason to believe they moved to Istead Rise at some point. They had a son called David who was born 1949, and according to old BT Phonebooks from the late 1960s and early 1970s the listing initial was G., am thinking probably David's father. David went to school in Rye, Sussex, as a boarder. Can anyone remember them? Thank you. Ros.
red mail Joseph Kitney
I am researching Joseph Kitney (1842-1912). Joseph was born in Detling but spent his life as Hoo's village policeman. He married Anne Miles, a dressmaker from Fordwich and they lived in Church St. Any information/photos greatfully received.
red mail Cruttenden
I am looking for info regarding "Cruttenden "Gordon Terace Hoo. Crawfords cottages Hoo. My Great Grandmother was a "WOOD"I know she had ten there must be someone out there who I am related to!!!
red mail Brown
looking for details on william Henry Brown and his wife Frances (Fanny) Phillips they had 3 children Ada born1876 John born 1878 and Fanny Susannah Elizabeth born 1879 after the death of her father Frances later married James Whitehouse
Connections with following families; Simper. Squires. Jordan. Holmes. Gurr. From 1840 on. Information gratefully received and recipricated.
red mail Clarence Cuckow
Clarence Cuckow, b15/07/1901. Occupations-Airforce recon photographer in India, Omnibus driver, baker. Cremated at Medway Crematorium, died 22/08/1979. Did you know him or his family?
red mail John Loft
John Loft was born 1745 at All Hallows Hoo He married Elizabeth Bennett 10.11.1767 at Shorne. His fathers name was Nicholas. Any mor information please
Three families of BRAMBLE all from the Bramble patch around Faversham. 1840 to 1940. Married connections with SIMMONS, SIMPER, JORDAN. Also with Dr MORGANS wife formerly a BRAMBLE of High Halstow
Plewis family from HOO,st werburgh.STOKE ALLHALLOWS, please contact
Looking for info. about Thomas FLEWERS who married Mary YOUNG at St Werburgh on 20th Jan.1812. Believe Thomas originated from London. Help appreciated.
red mail BARTON Family
I am trying to prove a link between Charlotte BARTON who had a baby in 1845 to a soldier called William Angel at St Werburgh, Hoo and other BARTONs in this area, especially those whose memorial stands out side St Werburgh Church. Charlotte later married and lived a full life. Her baby was my gggm! She married a CORBYN.
I am looking for information on my Great Great Grandfather John Cruttenden.He was a Waterman.His son, my Greatgrandfather George James Cruttenden born 1830, Married Celia Coltrip 25/9/1853 at Milton next Sittingbourne and he died 7/8/1875 at Hoo aged 49. He was a farm Labourer.
red mail Scotchmur, Beaumont
Any information on Scotchmur.My mother was Evelyn Scotchmur b1907 Hoo St Werburgh. Her father was John E Scotchmur, her mother was Florence R (nee)Beaumont both families came from around the area from @1800
red mail Barber
An obituary for Edward Barber (bapt Hoo St. Werburgh 1832) reads: Barber Edward, Chief Trinity House Pilot for 39 years native of Hoo. Twice married. 6 Children. 3 married Sage, Colver, died1905 January 6th age 72. It is not clear from this information if he was a pilot for 39 years or if he lived in Hoo for 39 years. Burial of an Edward Barber age 72 of Marine Parade at HalfwayCemetery on 11/01/05 (January 11, 1905) This would appear to be the same Edward Barber. Information on the Barbers of Hoo St Werburgh eagerly sought!

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