I am trying to raise awareness of a lesser known tragedy in this community which took the life of my cousin Eric Edward Cheesman as well as 14 other persons. We are looking for any further information and family members of the victims. As far as I know there were 3 children Frederick B b circa 1874, Alfred E b 1876 and Gertrude Faith b circa 1877. Also, mother, Elizabeth (Maddison) Balls Looking for inforemation relating to the families of two INGRAM sisters the daughters of Thomas INGRAM & Elizabeth Mercy nee WILLS, The daughters were Agnes Lily Kate b. Any information on the Morrison or George family would be appreciated. Any information regarding any of these families would be appreciated. 1870 New Brompton (married William BOA), **Albert G. They had 9 children, 7 were born in GILLINGHAM between 1866-1887; Edward Tyrrell, James Henry, Florence Mary, George Louis, Blanche Augusta and Victoria Mabel.
Gertrude died aged 14 in 1891, I do have census details but any other help appreciated. 1882 who married George William BROWN in June 1902, her sister was Frances Lily Rose b. 1954 Greatgrandfather George Hoskin b 1836 married Elizabeth Cornish Bailey b. Frank WALKER lived with his partner Margaretta HOWARD at 68 Stopford Road, Gillingham during the 1930-60s, does anyone remember them? With thanks, Pete Lived in 56 james st between 1925-1940. Any information regarding the Chamberlain Family, Grant Family, Peaver/Peever Family from England, Ireland and Scotland would also be appreciated. Alfred Thomas and his wife Florence Ellen Turrell who left Gillingham Kent with daughter Ivy Florence in 1919 when Ivy was one or two years old for Canada. The surnames they married into were RUTHERFORD, FOLLETT, SAINSBURY, TOWN, FORREST & REYNOLDS & SMITH.
vehicles that once served with a British operator) that are preserved abroad - not that there are many.
Gillingham has been the last place to date where they have been traced. In 1901 they are living in Shalders Cottages, Richmond Road, Gillingham. Rose was baptised RC and I assume her children were too.....
Chatham and other Medway towns are other likely places. Alice Crosland (born ) married William Henry Lawrence on at the Register Office, Plymouth.
Surprisingly, there are now over 600 vehicles in this list so the following links may be useful: My thanks to David Slater and John Godwin for starting me off with their 1993 book 'Preserved Buses Trolleys & Trams', and thanks also to the multitude of other sources (and owners) who give me snippets of information and help me keep it all up to date, particularly information from the PSV Circle.
Hello, I am looking for any descendants of this couple who were both born in the early 1800's and came to New Zealand in 1857.