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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.

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.

Any info would be appreciated as I can't find a death certificate for her Hi Kelly, Sorry, I don't have any further information about Margaret or her descendents - only about the generations before.

It's such a big family that I've just tended to concentrate on my direct ancestors.

There is a note in the register stating that baptisms were continued in another book with a subsequent comment saying that they had later been transcribed in to this register. There are no records of burial or marriage for James at Ryarsh.

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.Mary appears to have still been in West Malling prior to World War 2 as I have seen a "Miss Loud" listed on a "West Malling Women's Institute" photograph depicting '21st Birthday Party - November 9th 1938'. My boyfriend used to take me to see them every Sunday and what a dire place it was. Can anyone entice him to submit a few interesting comments? Thanking you in advance, and with fingers crossed, I'm hoping for a positive outcome! That was the hamlet of Basted, not Brasted village.George and Matilda's other children were: George A Loud (b. They lived in one of the nissan huts and it was freezing!!! Re: Basted Cricket Club - at one time captained by a teenaged Peter Hopgood. The club had its idiosyncratic ground on a hillside overlooking the Bourne Valley.Harriet was a midwife and they had 9 children together including your grandmother Margaret. Thomas was born to a Thomas Brooker but used the surname Allingham from his mother's first marriage to William Allingham.Thomas died in Dover at the age of 45, in a mining accident in Guilford Colliery. I am researching my ancestry and have come across the 1851 England Census which divulged information about my ancestor William Fremlin.

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