Fifteen Relatives Serving King and country

Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald 19 June 1915 George Marsh Mount married my 3rd cousin 3x removed Mary Jane Raines on 15 Oct 1877 at St Mary The Virgin in Elham, Kent. They had 10 children, including Arthur Frederick Mount mentioned in the above article. Two other sons, Albert Frank Mount and Percy Victor... Continue Reading →

159 Years Ago Today at SS Gregory & Martin

Above Photo of SS Gregory & Martin - Poliphilo [CC0], from Wikimedia Commons On 13 Nov 1859 at SS Gregory & Martin in Wye, Kent my 2nd great grandparents - William Young and Harriet Raines were married. William was an agricultural labourer and later a farm waggoner. Harriet was sometimes a servant and domestic house keeper.... Continue Reading →

They came home from the trenches

When we talk about World War One, we most often talk about those who gave their lives and never returned home. But many did come home, and of those a lot had suffered wounds, injuries and disease. Percy Raines Fisher, my 4th cousin 2x removed was one of those. He had been born on 23... Continue Reading →

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