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red mail Tillman
Looking for Tillmans from Leigh - 1770s-1800s
Waters family
I have researched the Waters family from Bromley, Kent and have got back as far as Andrewe Waters, born in Leigh, who married Annisse Pavie in 1606 in Cowden, Kent. As there are so many Waters in Kent, has anyone any idea which area these Waters come from? Any information would be most helpful.
red mail Ann (Annie) Amelia FINCH - Leigh c.1855
Trying to locate Ann Amelia Finch (b. 1855 in Leigh, Kent). Ann Amelia Finch married Frederick Henry Smith, whose sister (Edith) married a John Thomas Finch. I'm trying to trace if there is any link between the two Finch family members. I have records of John Thomas Finch living in Hanover Square in London (1891), and this area features significantly in other parts of my family history too, though I don't know if that is where he originates, or if he just relocated there.
red mail WAITE
Looking for ancestors of Elizabeth WAITE of Leigh who married Thomas BARBER of Tonbridge 12.11.1745 at Morden College, Blackheath, Charlton, Kent. I suspect her parents were John WAITE and Elizabeth and that she was baptised 14.2.1716 at Leigh. Looking for information to extend this line.
red mail Mercer, Turner, Feaverstone
I am looking for information and whereabouts of the Turner family. Earliest known ancestor here was Sarah Turner baptised 1762 to Richard Carr Turner and Mary Feaverstone. Also for connections with the Mercer family of Dorking.
red mail Maynard family
I am researching the Maynard family who lived and worked in Leigh, at the gunpowder mills. My gtgtgrandfather was William Maynard born c1836 in Leigh, who married Emma BAMBLETT in Hanworth, Middlesex. I have been unable to find a marriage for these two people, nor can I find William's birth. Any help would be appreciated.

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