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Kit Number: U2488

Alexander Johnston, b. About 1786, Scotland, d. 1842, Deptford Kent, England

+Ann (Last name not known), md. About 1812, Possibly Gravesend

   |_William Alexander Johnstone, b. 1816, Deptford, Kent, England, d. 1901, Grimsby, England

       +Sarah Sarah Blackman, md. 1837, Northfleet, Kent, England

            |_William Henry Johnstone, b. 1860, Gravesend,Kent England, d. Grimsby,England

                |_Charles Henry Johnstone, b. 23/3/1894, Grimsby, England, d. 18/8/67, Grimsby, England

                    |_Peter Gregory Johnstone (Kit #U2488)

 

Additional info: My father was born Charles Henry Johnstone but never used that name because his mother wasn’t married to William Henry Johnstone

at the time of his birth although William Henry’s name is on the birth Certificate.  When my father was about 2 years old Mary Ann his mother married Frederick

Gregory and my father used that name for the rest of his life.  My great, great, great grandfather Alexander was born in Scotland but we have not managed to find the exact location although Kinross is mentioned by other relatives.
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