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Re: Pococks of Chatham/Rochester, Kent.
Posted by: Brian (ID *****8918) Date: October 28, 2008 at 04:33:45
In Reply to: Re: Pococks of Chatham/Rochester, Kent. by Kevin Higgins of 427

Hello Kevin,

Re Thomas Richard (Redman) Pocock. Thomas was my gggrandfather and i have a bit about him and his family. John who married Elizabeth Seaguls at St Mary's Church, Chatham on 19th November 1820 is a little harder to find as according to various records Census, apprenticeship and marriage he is from Chatham, Rochester, Upnor and Sheerness. All I have been searching trying to find him.
I am a member of the Kent Family History Society and have today put a request out for info.
I'm sorry that I have not contacted sooner unfortunately it has not been a good year, losing info on my old computer which i have only just recovered and having an heart attack and surgery earlier this year. I am however ready and roaring to go at thomas.
Thomas is connected to the Main Pococks ( Of Africa and stanley Morton fame through Juliana Maunder, That tree i have which is quite large). FOMA (Friends of Medway Archives, again i am a member) had a exhibition on them not so long ago. Info on this can be seen on Medway City Ark. Which is free also on this site is all the Parish register for all the churchies in the Medway Towns and Gravesend which you may like ( I am patiently working my way through them to find John), some go back to the 1560's. Just go into the Medway Cityark, go to the Blue box on the left select top line Medway ancesters then select church then Births, Deaths, Banns or Marriages for selected years, then enjoy viewing. FOMA is at the bottom of the blue box, The past quarterly magazines are available to view on line.
Look forward to hearing from you, sorry to babble
Brian Butler

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