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red mail reed cottage
hi was wondering if any one has any old photos or know aqny history on reed cottage my dad grew up there as a young lad and were trying to gather information on the cottage and the cryers/gibbs family.
red mail Norris/Saffery
Stephen Norris born c1745 married Dorcas Saffery (various spelling) 13 Oct 1766 at Nonington. He gives his place of residence as Staple. Any info would be most welcome.
red mail reed cottage
i am looking for any one who can remember any thing about a german pilot landing in a cherry tree at reed cottage staple kent during the war
red mail susanna
Has anyone any details of the above lady last name may have been Burton, married William Hawkins c1810. William was a baker, at one time lived in Birchington.Thank you.
red mail Stephen Andrews
If anyone had any memories of my grandfather Stephen ANDREWS and his second wife Doris née BEERLING, please get in touch. They died before I ever had a chance to know them, so anything you rmeember, no matter how trivial, would be appreciated.
Ralph Family
Ann Ralph my GGGrandmother married Charles Harvey in 1855 in Melbourne Aus. Her sister Ann Ralph was a witness to the marriage, Fathers name is Robert Ralph, mother Ann longley, can any one help in finding info on the Ralphs
red mail Fagg family
interested in Fagg Family of staple in the 1700
red mail Looking For Spratts In Staple Around 1841
I'm researching the surnames Spratt and Rowe from around Staple, Ash, Wingham, Eastry, Woodnesborough, my great grandmother was born in Staple and would love to here from anyone with connections to these names.

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