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    Twisted Branches on my tree--COLLARD, MUTTON, SUTTON

    Thanks! That's good to know - though Emma married Robert Edward BROCKMAN in 1869 in Thanet.....so you might think this wasn't the right Thomas SUTTON if, in fact, he was the "first love" who was killed in the lifeboat incident.
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    Twisted Branches on my tree--COLLARD, MUTTON, SUTTON

    As an aside - I do know the actual Folkestone Lifeboat Station wasn't in place at the timeframe I'm discussing - but still think it might be possible that somewhere along there is where the accident specified in the family lore took place. And since the family lore cannot always be thought to be...
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    Twisted Branches on my tree--COLLARD, MUTTON, SUTTON

    I have been researching my maternal great grandmother in Kent, England for many (40+) years. I have the following information: Fanny COLLARD (b: 17 FEB 1859 Eastry Union Workhouse, Kent; d: 1 JUN 1950 Sheerness, Kent) Married to John Thomas MUTTON 6 JAN 1878 Dunkirk, Kent. On the marriage record...
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