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Offline waltzingmatilda

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Re: St Marys Barracks Chatham
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 28 December 10 18:35 GMT (UK) »
Hi ye all, mary ann handlin got married in Kussowlie in 1847, susan in meerut  in 1852 and rebecca in 1855 in moulmein.   Are these different areas in bengal or barracks?

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Re: St Marys Barracks Chatham
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 03 February 11 21:43 GMT (UK) »
This whole thread was very interesting & informative - outlining the manning of the depot etc, and especially the census information. The handwriting comments were good too. A light bulb appeared I am sure, above my head having forgotten that census would include hospitalised people, and of course those awaiting discharge.  My search for Samuel RAINEY included information that he was discharged "via the Invalid Depot at Chatham July 1849". Im trying to trace his parents, and when he married his wife [Mary], where she came from etc, and if she was a GLOSTER or GLOUSTER. So thanks.   
Everitt, Donovan, Toomey, Rainey, Beckett, Barrow, Cannell, Fairclough, Wilkins

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Re: St Marys Barracks Chatham
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 21 May 19 11:54 BST (UK) »
Hello,

We appear to share a common ancestor. My Grandmother was Eva Sutton b/ 20 May 1897 in Dublin. Her father was Herbert b/ Gillingham 1857 and her mother was Ellen Archbold.  Her paternal grandfather was John Sutton who died in 1881.

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Kevin