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Researching the WEEKES families from Sussex and Kent

Journal by markav

I have been researching this name for about five years and have quite a lot of info on it. Please feel free to contact me.

Surnames: CHENERY DAWS DIPROSE GADD GILES PUXTY ROGERS SAUNDERS WEEKES
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on 2008-08-24 05:41:01

markav has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2008. is researching the following names: WEEKES, NESSLING, CHENERY.

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by wrenchmensch on 2011-05-09 18:10:28

I am a direct descendant of Thomas Weekes the immigrant of 1635. Hotten lists him aboard the ship Expedition. What do you have on this fellow's ancestry?

by thelmaolive on 2011-09-16 09:40:26

Hi

This is a bit of a coincidence as you've been helping me with the Claw family research, but I have lately discovered that I am related to the Weekes family of Bexley, Kent, Uk. My g's grandmother was Barbary Weekes who married Dutton Roberts. Their son John, was the father of Louisa who married William Claw.

I don't have very much information but you're welcome to anything I have.

Bye
Tracey

by junecarter on 2014-06-01 22:48:08

you mention sussex, my very big family dunstalls came from there, may be looking in their family trees might , give a clue, as they are very well known over there, theyhave a folly,a church ,streets and parks so you can see they should be well known. other than this. I cannot think of any other, avenues hope this helps

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