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|Josephine||Report||13 May 2003 17:14|
I have traced my own family tree of the Dearns back to 1790. We originated in Norfolk at that time. One family member came to Kent three generations ago, so the Dearn family in Dartford (see Natasha Dearn) could be a branch of my family, but no link proved as yet. Josephine MacInnis (nee Dearn) Orpington, Kent