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Kent / Re: Maidstone Parish Records
« on: Monday 23 February 09 16:53 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Gillyches! Great to see someone else hunting the Swinnocks! ;D

I have got no further in the last couple of years unfortunately, although i must admit my research has been on hold for a while. I do have the 8 children (but not the ?+2) so can give you all the info i have on those Gill if you need it. From memory, i got them from the IGI.

I also have Allen and Martha as parents to Martha Mason - not rock solid, but based on the fact that she's the only baptism i could find :-X

Am trying to slowly get back into research mode so hopefully in the next few months we will crack Thomas!

Clare

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Kent Completed Lookup Requests / Re: 1851 Census Lookup - SWINNOCK
« on: Wednesday 23 January 08 17:58 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Casalguidi! Its so lovely of you to update my thread after so many months  ;D

I've since traced that line back another couple of generations, and now having more headaches! You'd think it'd be easier with such an obscure name!

Thanks again,

Clare  :)

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Kent / Re: Maidstone Parish Records
« on: Friday 22 June 07 10:52 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Bearkat. Have seen these entries before, still can't seem to work out who Thomas' parents were. Although, it is likely there's a link with the John Swinnock in Boxley.

Its so frustrating, its such a rare name I was hoping it'd be fairly easy to trace! Looks like i might have to leave this one for now...

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Kent / Maidstone Parish Records
« on: Wednesday 20 June 07 20:37 BST (UK)  »
I'm struggling to find any more information on my direct maiden name line (the one i particularly want to trace!) and am looking for some advice on where to go now.

The furthest back i have found (thanks to the IGI :-\) is Thomas Swinnock, married to Martha Mason in 1775 so he was probably born about 1750-55. His birth, unfortunately, isn't on there!

Where do I go from here? Anything past the census i get a bit confused :-[ I obviously need to look at the Maidstone Parish Registers, is there any way i can do that sat many miles away in Nottinghsmahire?!

Thanks!

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Kent / Re: Old Photos of Maidstone?
« on: Thursday 14 June 07 16:39 BST (UK)  »
I knew I should have listened at school ;D

I'll try giving the library a ring, Thanks Casalguidi

Clare

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Kent / Old Photos of Maidstone?
« on: Thursday 14 June 07 16:11 BST (UK)  »
Does anyone know if there are any surviving photos of Maidstone (Week St/Sandling Road), early to mid 1800's? A few of my direct descendents had businesses there, including one who was a hairdresser and I'd love to know if any exist.

Information gratefully recieved!

Many Thanks,
Clare

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London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: 1861/51/41 Census help please!
« on: Saturday 09 June 07 18:27 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for all of your posts ;D William Turner looks like a definite possibility.

I'm fairly new to family history, so anything further back than the census fazes me a little at the moment :-[

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Poor Susannah. Didn't seem to have much luck with husbands!

Not sure how I go about identifying Alfred's father though ??? I don't have a marriage for him yet, no telling that would identify him but it might be a place to start?

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London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / 1861/51/41 Census help please!
« on: Friday 08 June 07 12:19 BST (UK)  »
I'm looking for more information about Alfred Vincent TURNER. Courtesy of another Rootschat member (;D) I have the following 1871 census entry for him:

1871  RG10/249  f.68  p.52  St Pancras, London
41 Peckwater Street

Alfred Vincent TURNER  Head  38  Housepainter  Berks Windsor
Ann                               Wife  27                      No Knowledge
Edward James              Son    7  Scholar
Alfred Vincent               Son    5  Scholar
Emily                             Daur   3
William J                        Son   1             All children born Middlesex St Pancras

From the 1881 census, Ann's birthplace is Poplar. She is, by now, a widow - Alfred died in 1871 (although she has young children born after this time with the surname Turner  :o).

I've had a look myself on the 1861 but can't find Alfred - my knowledge of London districts is very poor (I thought all my lot were from Kent!) so I'm hoping someone with a better eye than me can find him.

Many Thanks!
Clare

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