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My name is Gary in Australia and I am looking for info about William Clarke for my wife, including the following. William Clarke:groom's birth date:groom's birthplace:groom's age:bride's name: Jane Woodgare/Woodgerbride's birth date:bride's birthplace:bride's age:marriage date: marriage place: East Malling, Kent, England Gary Frank Allison Dear Gary This Jane Woodger COULD HAVE been the daughter of John and Hellen Woodger, baptised at Addington, a parish close to East Malling, on 14 October 1669. If anyone has any info or links I would love to hear frm u. My email is [email protected] I am on ancestry my family tree is under name Boddy.
John Woodger is shown as having one hearth on the Hearth Tax returns for Addington in 1664. The following baptisms/burials for the children of John and Hellen are recorded at Addington: Ann Woodger (b. Not sure if that any use to u lol..pretty new to this lol. Very kind if You are also related to the Crowhurst family , Roy Crowhurst was a science teacher over malling school /clare park for many years.
Also, although it was the home from hell, it was part of my sisters life and she made some good friends there. I lived there as a child and have fond memories of running up the walk way when it was thunder and lightning, going to the big house for mail. Peter played for Offham FC, when not representing Platt. We were told that Richard was born outside of marriage and poss his father was the husband of a house she worked in,she was 17 when gave birth.
I expect parents have a different idea but childen loved it. Hope Snopper Pete might be extending a stay in counties west of West Sussex. I've found her and her siblings, but can't seem to go any further back.
You must also be related to the Driver family from west malling, their descendant was Jenny Campbell who died aqed 33 in 2008.
Any info would be appreciated as I can't find a death certificate for her Hi Kelly, Sorry, I don't have any further information about Margaret or her descendents - only about the generations before.
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To post a new subject or memory use the button immediately below, or you can add comments to an existing subject using the 'Reply about' button next to it. I believe his name was either William Fredrick Milner, or William Fredrick Milner. He would have been born about 1909, do you know Carole Milner who lived up at ham hill. I would like to know if it is possible he emigrated to America by Dec 1810. Vermont borders with Canada, so it may be possible that he emigrated from England to Canada.
William and Lydia subsequently had other children baptised at Ryarsh as indeed did Nicholas Wells who married Ann Fremlin in 1806.George and Matilda's other children were: George A Loud (b. They lived in one of the nissan huts and it was freezing!!! Re: Basted Cricket Club - at one time captained by a teenaged Peter Hopgood. The club had its idiosyncratic ground on a hillside overlooking the Bourne Valley.No males over the age of 12 were allowed to stay overnight and if you were there for 3 months and hadn't found anywhere to live, the children would be put into care. There are photos from 1903 of the team, and with opponents, on several websites.There is a burial of a James Wells in 1799 but as there is no "son of" beside it I would think this was actually the father of Nicholas and William.There is a note in the register stating that baptisms were continued in another book with a subsequent comment saying that they had later been transcribed in to this register. There are no records of burial or marriage for James at Ryarsh.