I am researching my mother’s family Hinde. Her father Frederick had a sister Annie Louise who married Henry Chandler and had a daughter Annie Louise Chandler (born 1897). The widowed mother remarried Alexander Browh in 1905. Annie Louise Jnr. married a Mr. Webb in Tenterden in 1917. I think they possibly had 4 children born in Tenterden and I think she died in Chatham in 1986. We lost touch with Frederick’s family and I would so like some family history and (hopefully) photo’s. Fingers Crossed!
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2 responses to “Annie Louise Chandler / Webb”
Hello Sue – I don’t live in Tenterden though I’d like to which is why I’m on this website! I am quite an experienced family historian and have found likely children of Annie Louise and Mr (William A.) Webb. Alfred W born in Fulham in December quarter 1919; Doris F Sept quarter 1924, Ronald H March quarter 1928 and Iris E March quarter 1930. These three were born in Woolwich. Annie did indeed die in Chatham in 1986 and her birth date is given as 18 Oct 1897. Bear in mind that these places are registration districts not exact locations. Do you know how to research in the birth marriage and death indexes online by the way? I hope this information might be helpful in furthering your quest.
Fiona, I have only just seen your reply on the Tenterden site sent July last year! I realised it was a different Annie Louise Hinde in the first message so didn’t check again!
Thank you so much for bothering to reply.
You might have come in handy in some of my research!
Hope you’re ok during these strange times.