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red mail Stephen Dray Molash Kent
I am looking for information re Stephen Dray, born circa 1830 Molash Kent, died Australia 1856. Stephen was a private in the 40th regiment of foot who served in Ireland and Australia. Stephen married my grt grt grandmother Catherine Kenny 1849 in Dublin. Their children were named Stephen, Harriet, Alice Mary and Charlotte Margaret, sadly none of their children survived childhood. Hoping someone has links to this family. Trish
red mail william coveney
information required regarding william coveney born at molash in 1773. he married sarah (unknown surname or date and location). they had 4 children, sarah 1807,elizabeth 1810,millen 1820 and abigail 1825.
red mail Elizabeth Rogers
I'd like to confirm that the Elizabeth who married my ancestor James Webb on 18 Dec 1807 was Elizabeth Rogers born Molash Kent in 1782. James was born 12th march 1787 in Herne Kent. Can anyone help?
red mail David Dray
My Great Grandfather was born in Molash in 1846 and married Mary Law in the Parish of Ashford in 1888 his Father was William Dray and her Father was Samuel Law are there any Dray's or Law's still living in the area
red mail Bridal
Isabella Jane Bridal. Born in Faversham in 1847 and the 1881 census shows she was the school mistress in Molash. When we visited Molash the vicar was unaware there had ever been a school there. There appears to be no records of the school. This is the last trace we have of her and any further information would be gratefully received. Thankyou
red mail Goatleys Of Molash
I'm looking for any members of the Goatley family that settled in the Molash area of Kent in the early 1500's and remained there for a couple of centuries. The name is sometimes spelt Goatly or Gotely. BGB Northants

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