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My dad was only ever told that his father Richard Laurence allingham was born outside of marriage when maragret was 17, but we have no idea who Richards father info would be lovely.thank Hi Kelly, Ann Goble and Thomas Gardner were my great-grandparents.I know that Harriet was born two years before Ann married Thomas. I found a few things linked to the names u mentioned but wasn't sure.No males over the age of 12 were allowed to stay overnight and if you were there for 3 months and hadn't found anywhere to live, the children would be put into care. There are photos from 1903 of the team, and with opponents, on several websites.Some of the mums, including my sister, protested about this and, having taken their protest to the House of Commons, they won the day and the time limit was lifted!!! They moved years ago from that rough hewn venue to the more manicured surroundings of Tonbridge Sports Ground. Ladies admire mature men who look so youthful for their age.
It's such a big family that I've just tended to concentrate on my direct ancestors.
The main objection to this rule was that, being in the middle of the country and with no transport at all, how were the mums supposed to look for work or a place to live? Has her own home with money in the bank but she still remembers that place. And Peter really catches their eye when dancing the night away. I was born Kelly Allingham and I'm trying to find out info bout my Great-Grandparents.
OK it was a roof over their heads but in no way was it home!!! I'm told, that at Leybourne 'Early Rock n Roll Revival Dances,' he is known as 'Young Pete Hip-Hopsgood.'He is unbelievably cool and modern! I planted British Columbia (BC Bud) marijuana seed. I am experiencing some serious computer issues which I fear may mean that I will have to invest in a new one and which might mean that I will be absent from these pages for a while. So far as I know, my Great-Grandmother was called Margaret Ella Allingham, born 1903...
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.