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Samuel FEVER - Kent, NSW, NZ
Posted by: Heather Johnson (ID *****8342) Date: March 05, 2011 at 19:52:56
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I'm hoping someone can establish the identity/parentage of a Samuel FEVER who married in the Canterbury district of Kent in 1896 to Lucy Mary LAMB, the daughter of John and Lucy LAMB.

Samuel, Lucy and their children migrated to NZ & NSW between late 1909 and early 1911, with some voyages between England, NZ and NSW at various points.

Samuel died in NZ in 1940.
Lucy died in NSW in 1959.
Their children were Cecil Henry Victor FEVER, Winifred Lucy FEVER, John Robert FEVER, Kathleen May FEVER and Bessie Sybil FEVER.

Winifred Lucy married John ASH IN NZ in 1921.
Cecil Henry Victor married Ellen Constance Veronica THORNTON in NZ in 1924 and in 1954 in NSW to Muriel Emily ADAMS
John Robert married in 1937 in NSW to Edith May KENT
Kathleen May married in NSW in either or both 1929 to William C THORLEY
&/or
1936 to Walter Reginald GOODWIN
while Bessie Sybil married in NSW in 1939 to Ernest Harold MATTHEWS

All of these children were born in Kent England in one of the Blean, Bridge, Thanet and Dover districts.

Are you researching this FEVER family's history?

If so, do you have Samuel and Lucy's marriage certificate and/or Samuel's death certificate?

I need to know Samuel's father's name and occupation, as stated on both certificates, and the name of his mother as stated on his death certificate.

If his father is who I think he his, I am related to Samuel and his descendants via his father's brother.

Any help anyone can provide will be most gratefully accepted, and in exchange I can provide details of a very large family going back to the 1720s or thereabouts down to the modern era.

Thanks and looking forward to hearing from anyone who can help,

Heather Johnson
Victoria, Australia


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