Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps

Born today at White Cottage, Sarre, Kent was my great-aunt Charlotte Elizabeth Young. The 5th of seven children to William Young and Mary Ann Hayward. Charlotte was baptised at St Nicholas, St Nicholas at Wade, Kent on 26 Apr 1898. On 23 Sep 1918 Charlotte married Robert Alfred Stothard in Bekesbourne, Kent. They had 4... Continue Reading →

Kut-el-Amara claims an English bricklayer

”It was during the advance at Sheik Said a shrapnel shell came along and killed the Adjutant, wounded the Colonel, killed Corpl. Luckhurst, and also killed a private." So said a comrade of Corporal Harry Luckhurst, T/1638 5th Battalion of The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) my 1st cousin 2x removed who was killed in action... Continue Reading →

Grandmother and grand-daughter remembered

Martha Jane Lilley A great-grandmother gone at an early age and an Aunt who had a very brief life, taken by bronchial pneumonia on this day in 1915. Yet both remembered with love. Dover Express 1 Oct 1915 Dover Express 26 Sep 1919

My life was short

  St Vincent, Littlebourne Atrtribution: John Salmon Herbert Morgan was my 1st cousin 2x removed. Born about Sep 1888 in Brabourne, Kent and died 16 Jan 1910. He was buried 20 Jan 1910 at St Vincent's in Littlebourne, Kent at the young age of 21. On 28 Jan 1910 we read from the Dover Express:... Continue Reading →

Welcome to our family

Back in the 1980's, I started working with my father on our family history. My father has since passed on, but I have continued that work. This blog will share information that I have discovered about our family over the years. I hope you enjoy reading it and welcome any further contributions. Today, the family... Continue Reading →

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