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It seems that at the time he had been living in Comp Road in the district of Malling, in Kent.
He was a farmer who had been born around 1793 and had 100 Acres of land (as said in the census) and employed 12 labourers and one housemaid. William Fremlin born 13th March 1792 in Ryarsh married Elizabeth JORDAN Norton on 25th December 1817 in Wrotham.
George and Matilda's other children were: George A Loud (b. They lived in one of the nissan huts and it was freezing!!! Re: Basted Cricket Club - at one time captained by a teenaged Peter Hopgood. The club had its idiosyncratic ground on a hillside overlooking the Bourne Valley.
If anyone has photos I would be so grateful if you could put them on here. BTW I do family research and if anyone wants any help, I am more than willing to do so. Sorry but Kings Hill Hostel was at West Malling and the reason that I would like to see photos is that my niece who was only a baby at that time has heard so much about the place and would love to see what it was like. A popular post during the last 7 days : Peter's January, 2012 tour of Offham; in the company of Barney his golden retriever, who didn't retrieve. syndrome - which sometimes brings his blog writing to a halt. Former Basted CC captain, Peter Hopgood : I think cricket table ryegrass is growing out of my ears. I hope to resume 'normal' service - whatever that might be - before too long. She gave birth to my grandad Richard Laurence Allingham in 1920....
Also, although it was the home from hell, it was part of my sisters life and she made some good friends there. I lived there as a child and have fond memories of running up the walk way when it was thunder and lightning, going to the big house for mail. Peter played for Offham FC, when not representing Platt. We were told that Richard was born outside of marriage and poss his father was the husband of a house she worked in,she was 17 when gave birth.
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.