Christine (Brown) Searle
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Christine (Brown) Searle

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Christine J. Searle formerly Brown
Born 1940s.
Ancestors ancestors
Sister of [private sister (1940s - unknown)]
Mother of [private daughter (1970s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
Profile last modified | Created 28 May 2012
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Christine (Brown) Searle was born in Welling, Kent, England.
Tilliduff One Name Study My great-grandmother's name - a brick wall for 45 years, now destroyed.

Both my maiden name and my married name originate in Cornwall, as well as my paternal grandmother's line. My mother's paternal line goes back to the Derbyshire/Leicestershire border where the family were lace-makers, while my mother's maternal line was from the Essex coast. My mother's maternal grandfather's line, the Reeds, is the only one which is truly Kentish, having been traced back to Hadlow in mid-17th century.

All my lines found themselves in Kent by the early twentieth century.

Ancestor StatisticsGenerationRelation Total w/ Birth YearEarliest Birth Year Latest Birth YearAverage Birth YearGen LengthAverage Lifespan
3Grandparents 4/4 1893 1896 1895 25 79
52x Great-Grandparents16/161812183918263467
63x Great-Grandparents32/321776181517943165
74x Great-Grandparents56/641737179917643064
85x Great-Grandparents68/1281699176417352951
96x Great-Grandparents60/2561662174017003453
107x Great-Grandparents47/5121629171816673358
Average generation length: 31Average lifespan: 66Oldest ancestor: John Percival Brown, 95 years old

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Dear Christine,

On behalf of the England Project, I would like to thank you for your commitment to the project's goals. Every single contribution you make helps improve English profiles!

The England Project Leaders like to touch base with each of our members periodically to make sure everything is going well. This is our formal annual check-in with you.

Are you happy to with your current project team choices? Would you like to join any other teams?

Also, we would really like to hear which team is currently your highest priority. If you are a member of more than one team, could you please rank them from highest priority to lowest? Thank you! If you don’t see yourself as being part of a team, please let us know.

We also welcome any feedback on things you would like to see the project do more of in the future.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message.

On behalf of all the Leaders, thank you again for all you do and we look forward to you continuing to be a part of our collaborative and fun Project!

Kind regards,

Susie, England Project Leader

posted by Susie (Potter) Officer
Hi Susie, Thank you for your message. Yes, I'm very happy where I am, and spend a large part of my day working on Kent profiles - there is always plenty to do. I'm taking on leadership of Bedfordshire as well so will be well occupied! I think that will be my main priority as it is a very small county so can be overlooked, but Kent will be a very close second. Best wishes, Christine
Thanks so much for stepping up into the TL role for Bedfordshire! We really appreciate it. And for the work you do in Kent too.

We also have you in our Data Doctor team - are you happy to remain there as well?

Thanks Christine, regards Susie

posted by Susie (Potter) Officer
Sorry for being slow to reply - could you please remove me from Data Doctors - although I do some doctoring I find a lot of it unfathomable! Thank you.
No problem Christine - I'll get that sorted for you. Take care, Susie
posted by Susie (Potter) Officer

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