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Re: Durlings in England, United Kingdom
Posted by: mason durling Date: December 31, 2001 at 03:12:06
In Reply to: Re: Durlings in England, United Kingdom by Tessa Borner of 145

well what can i say, this is brilliant,

hello relative.

this info helps me alot thanks, i found a Thomas Durling
living in stone in the 1861 census aged about 64 and his
wife, also another durling as well, i am not at home at moment, but will advise.

my gf Frederick c durling had a brother richard (dick)
who was awarded the mbe for services in the merchant navy
also had to sisters florence died last year aged 96 and
grace who still around aged 94, now my family history as i know it we used to make boilers for steam engines in the 1800s with james whatt most of the trains were for the usa market.

my dads cousin mervin stanley son of flo has photographs
of early durlings in the 1800s but have not had a chance to
copy them yet still trying

incedently i live in Northfleet with my wife no kids yet.
my brother Mark Durling and his wife children Thomas & Aimee
my sister Tina and Husband children Daniel
my cousin Michael Durling and wife children Luke and Georgia
my dad John Durling
my uncle Dave Durling
my uncle Dick Durling Passed away 1976
my Aunt Jean
My Aunt Katherine Passed way 1989
and about 15 cousins and second counsins and third cousins

all live in Northfleet.
hope this helps.
my email


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