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Trevor Monk

Trevor Monk, Hawkhurst, Kent

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Genealogical Resources

7th March 2019

Trevor Monk:

There is the Kent County Archives in Maidstone and the Sussex County Archives near Brighton which both hold a large amount of historical records and data. There is a National Archives site that you can search on-line. Some villages also have Historical Societies that can also be helpful.

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Evans Family in Hawkhurst

6th March 2019

Trevor Monk:

I am researching my family history and wondered if anyone knows anything about the Evans family that lived in Hawkhurst in the 16 and 1700s. They were amongst other things Clothiers and Overseers.

Many thanks,

Trevor Monk

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Family History of Monk / Foster

14th December 2018 / Posted on Rye message board

Trevor Monk:

Hello Margaret,

I have just come across your message on the Rye message board. I am a direct descendant of Samuel Monk/Munk. I am happy to share what I know if you are still interested and get this message.

Regards,

Trevor Monk

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Edmund Hammond

18th October 2013 / Posted on Bexhill-on-Sea message board

Trevor Monk:

Hi Nigel,

Please e-mail me at [email protected] and I will send you what I have.

Cheers

Trevor

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Edmund Hammond

13th October 2013 / Posted on Bexhill-on-Sea message board

Trevor Monk:

Hi Nigel,

I expect by now you have found out about Edmund Hammond but if you havn't then I have some information on him. I would be interested to make contact anyway as I have a family connection.

Cheers,

Trevor Monk

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Gander Family at Bexhill

14th April 2012 / Posted on Bexhill-on-Sea message board

Trevor Monk:

Hi Caroline,

Thanks for your reply to my message. I will give you a little bit of background on Emma Smith and her family. Emma was born in Bexhill in 1824 the youngest daughter of Peter Smith and Rebecca Waters. Peter Smith was a Publican and ran the Bell Inn at Bexhill. Peter Smith was the Publican at the time of the Battle of Sidley Green which was a fight between smugglers and the Excise men. He was called as a witness but I am not sure if he ever had to give evidence in Court as the defendants decided to plead guilty and as a result they were transported to Australia rather than being hung. Peter Smiths family came from Herstmonceux where they were Innkeepers and tradesmen.

If you want to know any more just let me know.

Cheers,

Trevor

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Gander Family at Bexhill

23rd March 2012 / Posted on Bexhill-on-Sea message board

Trevor Monk:

Hello Caroline,

I hope you get this message.
I do not know much about the Gander family but I do know quite a bit about the Smith side of your family. If you are interested let me know and I will pass on the information that I have.

Cheers,

Trevor

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