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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 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.

Their daughter, Mary Loud, born in 1879, was unmarried and living with her parents in Police Station Road in 1911, carrying out 'domestic duties at home' (according to the 1911 census). Mar 1964 - Cuckfield)Frank Loud, warrant number 94044, joined the Met Police on and left on . My sister and her 2 children had the misfortune of having to live here from Dec 1965 until mid 1967. Jane Woodgate England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975christening: 7 February 1659 Penshurst, Kent, Englandresidence: Penshurst, Kent, England father: Walter Woodgate Penshurst is about 20 miles from West Malling and a bit more from East Malling This info I found on the familysearch web site. As mentioned previously, Peter became Leisure Services Director with Malling Rural District Council.

Does anyone remember - or have any information about - the Loud family who lived in Police Station Road?

George Loud (born in Somerset but relocated to London) moved from Peckham to WM and was living in Police Station Road in 1911. I should point out that this is not my own research, but that of another descendant living in the west of England.

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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.

Some of the mums, including my sister, protested about this and, having taken their protest to the House of Commons, they won the day and the time limit was lifted!!! They moved years ago from that rough hewn venue to the more manicured surroundings of Tonbridge Sports Ground. Ladies admire mature men who look so youthful for their age.

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.

The main objection to this rule was that, being in the middle of the country and with no transport at all, how were the mums supposed to look for work or a place to live? Has her own home with money in the bank but she still remembers that place. And Peter really catches their eye when dancing the night away. I was born Kelly Allingham and I'm trying to find out info bout my Great-Grandparents.

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