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Kent / Re: Access to newspapers
« on: Thursday 14 October 21 14:42 BST (UK)  »
Thank you, another piece of the puzzle in place


Kent / Re: Access to newspapers
« on: Wednesday 13 October 21 17:03 BST (UK)  »
Thank you. I didn't know this.


Kent / Access to newspapers
« on: Wednesday 13 October 21 16:55 BST (UK)  »
Hi All,
Has anyone access to Sevenoaks newspapers please? I'm looking for information on Josiah Allen a fly carriage driver who died 4th Q 1870 age 34. He lived in Westerham (New Street) with wife Fanny & his family. I have record of an insurance payment dated Nov. 25th 1870 so the accident would be before this.
I just wondered if there was any information giving details of what happened.

Thank you

Sussex / Re: Allen 1841 please
« on: Thursday 27 May 21 17:55 BST (UK)  »
HI artifis,

I don't know how much there will be, I've only just reached this stage & trying very hard to unravel & understand at the moment, I would just like to get the children of Walter & Harriett, & why I can't find Jonas on the 1841 census.
There don't appear to be any records of them on Familysearch or freebmd  ??? At the moment I'm tearing my hair out :-[


Sussex / Re: Allen 1841 please
« on: Thursday 27 May 21 08:48 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Suey, & everyone,

I don't belong to the SFHS but I guess there would be quite a bit of info on there.

I wonder why Jonas/Josias changed his name, I have his marriage cert. & all other census he is Josias.
I wonder find I will be able to find him now.

Thank you again for this info


Sussex / Re: Allen 1841 please
« on: Wednesday 26 May 21 16:51 BST (UK)  »
Hi Suey

That's fabulous thank you.
I couldn't find anything on Ancestry, I had Hannah as the mother not Harriet.
What would be a Private Baptism?

2 Harriet!  I had Walter sn death 1854 in the workhouse.

On the social history side, do you know what was going on in 1840's Battle? Illnesses, famine, or just normal sign of the times.

Thank you again

Sussex / Allen 1841 please
« on: Wednesday 26 May 21 09:30 BST (UK)  »
Good morning all,
Having been working backwards in 1851 I have Josias Allen \(Lossie Allen) also (Louis)/ both wrong age 15 with sister Ann age 22  - Schedule 117, piece 1636, folio 320 pg 5.
1841, I have piece 1105, book 8, pg,20 Head of house Walter Allin (Walter Allen) but I can't find Jossias anywhere he would be about 5 so should be on a census somewhere. Ann is there which is only a guess it's the same Ann. I've tried just putting in Allen but can still not find him.
I've tried Familysearch, & FreeBMD but these Allens are hard to find.

Sorry to leave this with you but I've got to go to work now, back later. Thank you


Armed Forces / Re: Bounty widow?
« on: Monday 24 May 21 11:43 BST (UK)  »
That's amazing thank you

Armed Forces / Re: Bounty widow?
« on: Monday 24 May 21 10:47 BST (UK)  »
thank you ShaunJ 1878 fits, I'll have to do a bit more looking.


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