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A mixed result at Canterbury

Canterbury Cathedral (undergoing repairs)On Thursday I finally visited Canterbury Cathedral Archives, got my reader’s card and and spent the afternoon buried in microfiche and paper. However, my aim of finding the baptism record of John William FULLER (supposed illegitimate son of Charles LUCKHURST), born ~1824 at Dunkirk, Kent, proved fruitless.

Dunkirk church was only established following the local uprising of 1838, and therefore John would have been baptised in another parish. Despite me hunting around, I could not locate a record. Dare I use that well-oiled cliché, “he just does not want to be found” !

Nevertheless, I did locate the mother of Daniel CASTLE, born ~1814 at Stelling, Kent, and that of his wife, Eliza PAY, born ~1823 at Stelling. They were named Elizabeth and Harriet respectively.

Having now experienced Canterbury Archives, I will go more prepared next time, and endeavour to make it a whole day.

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Published in: Genealogy | on May 9th, 2009 | 2 Comments »

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  1. On May 15, 2009 at 12:33 pm Dave Dixon Said:

    Hi Steve

    Can you let me have your current e-mail address please

    All the best

  2. On June 14, 2009 at 6:45 pm KattyBlackyard Said:

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