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"Romantic Kent" and "The Arnold's of Kent"

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"Romantic Kent" and "The Arnold's of Kent"

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 5:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
"Romantic Kent," sounds very interesting. If you have anything on "The Arnolds of Kent" I'd love to hear about it. "Frederick or Frietrig Johann Arnoldi"is the earliest ancester I've been able to trace but any info on him and his very large family would be greatly appreciated. His sons Frederick Jr.,& Christopher,took land at Kent Bridge, 6 yrs later they had not only farmed the land but also operated a Grist Mill and store. The area was known as Arnold's mills.Frederick Sr. died 1812.Frederick Jr. est. a Foundry in production 50 yrs. Christopher commisioned the building of a bridge across the Thames River at the mills. 30 yrs later another bridge was built and renamed Kent bridge. Christopher Arnold was one of the commissioners presiding over the Court of Requests first held 1832. John the ex Ranger had married and settled down near his brother Lewis at Louisville. Lewis Arnold born 1769 just a year between 2 babies he was b. before the American Revolution and lived to see the war of 1812 and the confederation of Canada in 1867. He died at 99 years, 5 m. 12 days. Ludwig Lewis, Solomon,Maria Barbara, Medlin Polly Arnold etc. Thank you. Marlene Russell
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MarleneDaines... 20 Jun 2012 11:17PM GMT 
ZACHARY01 9 Jul 2012 2:42PM GMT 
williamanders... 10 Jul 2012 4:21PM GMT 
ZACHARY01 10 Jul 2012 4:41PM GMT 
MarleneDaines... 10 Jul 2012 10:26PM GMT 
MarleneDaines... 10 Jul 2012 10:28PM GMT 
williamanders... 11 Jul 2012 4:42PM GMT 
parrresearch 29 Dec 2012 4:03AM GMT 
MarleneDaines... 30 Dec 2012 8:57PM GMT 
MarleneDaines... 30 Dec 2012 9:06PM GMT 
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