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From: MADELINE BING <>
Subject: [Killick] Roll call
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 22:23:58 +0100 (BST)
I like the idea of a roll call.
My father Albert Stanley (1902-72) began as a grocer, went into the civil service in 1940; mother also became a civil servant in Ministry of Food, later Pensions, in Central London.
Grandad Henry was also a master grocer; had general store in New Kings Road, Fulham, then a newly-built area. He was born in Dorking, Surrey, where great grandad Joseeph had a windmill, selling grocery on the side.
Before that my Killicks worked on the land in Surrey, leasing farms back to 1500.
Close to what is now London Gatwick, for anyone who has passed through there. Most Killicks had their roots thereabouts.
For some time I was involved with the Killck Society in th UK. Now retired, and only doing a little personal research into Killicks and my husband's surname of Bing. Live in England.
Good luck with the roll call - Madeline
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