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red mail Slade
Looking for any information on the Slade Family from Kemsing/Sevenoaks area
red mail Reeves in Kemsing
I am researching the Reeves' from Kemsing in the early 1800's but it looks like John Reeves born ca. 1781 probably came from Otford and married a Kemsing girl (Charlotte Russell).
red mail Stephen Booker
I am descended from Stephen Booker whom I believe was born in Kemsing in 1817. He married Ann Brewer in Kemsing, probably St Mary's Church, in 1841. They emigrated to South Australia on the "Mayflower" in 1853 with 8 children, the oldest being Ann who may have had a twin brother. Ann Booker married William Slater, my great-grandfather. I am wishing to identify Stephen's parents and to confirm the names of his children. Can anyone please help? Thanks.
red mail William Skudder
William Skudder was born to Thomas and Elizabeth (Boakes)in 1809 had 7 children, parents John Skudder and Elizabeth A. Any Skudders in Kemsing or Surrey.
red mail William Skudder
William Skudder was born to Thomas and Elizabeth (Boakes)in 1809
JABEZ LARKING (1823-1903) married on 21 Apr 1860 JANE GARSIDE TERRY, the sister of my GGG father, JOSEPH GARSIDE TERRY. JANE died in 1863, and Jabez remarried MARION LONG, and later MARY ANN TERRY. He was born in PLAXTOL, resided in WROTHAM in 1851, KEMSING in 1861-1871, Aldershot, Hampshire in 1881, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire in 1891, and died in KEMSING in 1903. I am interested in contacting LARKING relatives, sharing photos and information.
red mail holden
I am looking for any information on Mary Ann Holden born c.1833 in Kemsing who married James Stephens of Millbrook Cornwall. They eventually lived in Devonport and she was still there for the 1901 census

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