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This section has two small trees, descending from John Kingman (born around 1730, lived in Chiddingly), and Thomas Kingman (born around 1720, lived in Laughton). Given the proximity of these two villages and their closeness in time, these two are presumed to be brothers but no firm evidence to support this has yet been found.
A major branch descending from John moved to Maidstone in Kent, had a carrying business there and lived in Kingman's Yard.
There is one transportee to Australia in these families, Benjamin Kingman. Nothing is yet known about his fate after he was transported.
This section contains records on 136 individuals, cross referenced to 14 sources.
|John KINGMAN||born about 1730, lived in Chiddingley|
|Thomas KINGMAN||born about 1720, lived in Laughton|
|There is no DNA marker for this line yet. Any male Kingman descendant of this Sussex line would be most welcome and would help to determine how John and Thomas Kingman at the head of this tree link with the other Kingman lines.|
Section last updated 23 September 2014