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They went on to have 7 further children including my grandfather Herbert. If any thing else crops up, feel free to ask :)I have Harriet's birth certificate and she doesn't have a father written on it. I think Ann married a man called Thomas Gardener abit later on however. I found the name Harriet Gardener and Globe but kinda got stuck at that bit lol.Ann was indeed a midwife like her daughter Harriet, and lived with Harriet at the time of her death in 1912. As far as i know my great grandmother Margaret moved to Birmingham and married but am not sure. Thank u for ur Hi Kelly, You are related to my family.William and Lydia subsequently had other children baptised at Ryarsh as indeed did Nicholas Wells who married Ann Fremlin in 1806.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.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.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.I believe he died in 1931 and have no reason to assume he moved prior to his death. Again, I assume she lived in Police Station Road until her death. Graham Johnson, Crowborough, Sussex I've looked in all the sites I use but, apart from the marriage details, there is only this info on these people I'm afraid.
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.
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.
It's such a big family that I've just tended to concentrate on my direct ancestors.
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.
With the change of father's name does this confirm your James.