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 →

The Boys’ Brigade

Extracting from the Kent & Sussex Courier of 25 Oct 1907 we learn that the beginning of the Boys' Brigade was in 1883 in Glasgow and it was an institution that was working against hooliganism with extraordinary success. The objects of the Boys' Brigade were to combat the terrible evil of boys lounging about the... Continue Reading →

Death from misadventure

Engine Driver's Fatal Fall The East Kent Coroner (Mr. Rutley Mow II) held an inquest at Derringstone, Barham, on Wednesday evening, on the body of Charles Henry Lilley, aged 44, an engine driver in the employ of Mr. A. C. Arter, Barham, who died as the result of a fall from a truck. The evidence... Continue Reading →

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