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email me [email protected] are descendants of Phillip Perfrement 1779-1854 son of Samuel 1739 -1829 and Ann Lee.
We have identified our family history back through the Perfrements to the Hugenots and the Chamberlains who married Mary E Perfrement 1849-1903, back to the late 1700's. I will try to find Alison's email address, but in the hope she may see your message online, I'm putting it up here - though as you can see my messages page is a bit out of date! Val I look at the site fairly often and I am delighted to see the message from Eddie Jarvis posted this week.
There are a number of descendants of Edward Jarvis who are interested in the family history.
I remember staying there as a kid in the 1970's, having sherry, her wonderful gingerbread cake, a potty under the bed and where the toilet was a outhouse in the garden.
He died in 1938, and Dorothy continued running the pub until 1957.If you look at the photo from Jim Radley, which you say is almost certainly Kelling School, I see my great grandmother, Dorothy Wright sat front row, second from the left.Dorothy was born at Beckham in 1891, and Samuel was born at Gresham in around 1848.Anyway, I don't know if this is of any help to you, or me just sounding off. A few years ago I was embarking on my family tree research and contacted your excellent website regarding three teacher sisters called Harrison who retired to Salthouse in the 1940s.I have since found out a lot more about them and they also appear in two stories on your website - one about the windmill and one by Pamela Hayward who remembered the sisters.