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Location of Milton next Gravesend? (re: TUCKER)

Location of Milton next Gravesend? (re: TUCKER)

Lorna Slaunwhite (View posts)
Posted: 9 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Apr 2003 7:36AM GMT
Surnames: Tucker
Just curious to know just where Milton-Next-Gravesend, Kent Co. is located. Can anyone help me? The Tuckers in my family tree are supposed to have originated here.

Websites re: Kent Maps & Districts/Subdistricts

Geraldine M Bligh-Shuck (View posts)
Posted: 18 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Apr 2003 7:38AM GMT
Hi Lorna,

I've been looking over in KENT district myself..there's a website that lists Districts and subdistricts. Here it is..
Http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/blangston/genuki

I was searching for Ramsgate, Thanet, KENT..found a map too..
http://www.expediamaps.com ..you can print it out.:)

The first site won't give you surnames..but it sure helps to
know what place is where.:)

Happy hunting..:)

Gerrie

Info re: Milton next Gravesend

Ann Wright (View posts)
Posted: 22 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 May 2004 5:40PM GMT
Surnames: Lawrance
Milton is now an area in Gravesend. It lies just to the east of the town centre & is beside the River Thames.
My gt. grandfather William Lawrance was said to have been born there (although there seems to be no record he was born at al!!).
He was a Waterman on the Thames & many of the families in this area of Gravesend got their living from the river.

BLIGH & CARLTON Ancestors: 1800s Kent

Gm Bligh-Shuck (View posts)
Posted: 25 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 May 2004 5:43PM GMT
Surnames: Bligh, Carlton, Jordan, Dines, wick, Maynard
Searching for family connections to gr gr grandfather, James Bligh born circa 1860/62, and also his spouse Julia Carlton
born circa 1860/62 in England.

Info on their son's death certificate (James Frederick Bligh
my gr grandfather) says James' parents were both born in
England, but it doesn't say where. We are supposed to have
relatives or cousins in Canterbury, but I'm not sure if that's the Bligh or the Carlton side.

James and Julia's children (as far as I know)
Frances, Lizzy, Louisa (?) Maynard (aka Wick) and Jack Bligh (who is supposed to have died in Australia according to family story) and then my gr grandfather James Frederick Bligh b. 1882-Aug-09 Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent.
He married Harriet Jordan Dines b.1885-Mar-01 Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent.

James emigrated to Western Canada on the HMS Rainbow about 1910. His wife Harriet followed about 4 years later (1914)
with their two children: Harriet and James who were also
born in Ramsgate.

Any help on tracing family members in England will be
appreciated.

Thank you,

Gerrie

MORTIMER: mid/late 1800s Maidstone

Skip Heller (View posts)
Posted: 6 May 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Apr 2003 7:42AM GMT
Surnames: Mortimer, Shepherd
Searching ancestry (and descendants) of Mortimer siblings
born in Maidstone, Kent County, England in mid-1800's.
Martin, George, Charlotte, Edward, and perhaps others.
Martin was confirmed in 2-26-1870 by Rev. S. Shepherd, Church of England, Broughton, Monchelsie, and received his
American naturalization papers in Philadelphia, 8-25-1880.

BLIGH, CARLTON, DINES, JORDAN: Ramsgate

GM Bligh-Shuck (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Apr 2003 7:43AM GMT
Surnames: Mortimer, Bligh, Carlton, Dines, Jordan
Sorry if my line up of surnames is confusing, my Mortimer ancestor Joseph Henry Mortimer born 1875 came from E Yorkshire. I listed ALL my surnames..perhaps I should only list those for Ramsgate, Kent which are: BLIGH, CARLTON, DINES, JORDAN DINES. I apologize for the confusion.

Thanks, Gerrie

Update Info re: CARLTON & BLIGH (late 1800s Thanet)

GM Bligh-Shuck (View posts)
Posted: 10 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 May 2004 5:41PM GMT
Surnames: Bligh, Carlton
Greetings,

I have the marriage certificate of Julia Carlton and James Bligh

It states:
Marriage solemnized at Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of
St-Lawrence in the County of Kent

When married: December 25th 1877

James Bligh age 19 Bachelor Labourer residence: Hereson Rd
Father's name: Frederick Bligh Occu: Carpenter
Julia Carlton age 20 Spinster
Father's name: Edward Carlton Occu: Labourer

Witnesses: Fred Bligh & Fanny Maria Carlton

Birth certificate of son born to James and Julia Bligh

James Frederick Bligh born 16th September 1882 (my gr grandfather)

Trying to find connections backwards either to Cornwall or
to Ireland. Senior generation says our Bligh line comes from
Cornwall. I'm trying to find evidence of that. Also interested in the Carltons and where they came from.

Please note new e-mail address: ethereal22@home.com

Thanks for any help.:)

Gerrie

JOHNCOCK: 1500s Canterbury > 1880s Minster/Thanet

Posted: 24 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Apr 2003 4:46PM GMT
Surnames: Johncock, Jancocke
I am trying to link up with others who are searching for those who have the family name Johncock which is my wife's family name. Her Granfather was born in Minster, Thanet, Kent in 1885. We have found links which take his family back to Canterbury where the name was originally spelled as Jancocke in the 16th century

JOHNCOCK: Back to 1820s St Nicholas at Wade

Lindsey Allum (View posts)
Posted: 27 Mar 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Apr 2003 4:48PM GMT
Surnames: Johncock
My late mother's maiden name was Johncock. I have her family tree which goes back to Robert Johncock born at St. Nicholas at Wade in May 1820 and believe that other members of the family have fuller records. I would be very interested to know more about the information you have gathered. The earliest date I have seen for Johncocks in Kent is 1602 - there seem to have been quite a number of them in the Thanet area from that time. It has always been my understanding that they were a Huguenot family, which is certainly would be possible in terms of date and location. As this is a relatively unusual surname I am sure that we must all be related somehow!

Lindsey Allum

JOHNCOCK: Origins in Belgium (Spanish Netherlands)

John Waller (View posts)
Posted: 9 Aug 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Apr 2003 4:49PM GMT
Surnames: Allum, Johncock
Terry White has supplied my cousin with many details and links for our family back to Den'is Jancocke who came to Kent from Belgium (then Spanish Netherlands) in the 1500's to escape religious persecution.
My maternal grandmother's name was Johncock and, coincidentally, my paternal grandmother's maiden name was Allum. We may be related from two directions!
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