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medway ancestors!

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poppycat Report 20 Sep 2018 03:24

Has anyone accessed medway ancestors recently!!!!!

i tried today thursday cannot access it .

previously used it over many years....was very reliable...not now!

have used the updated sight some months back, worked it out ...

today used..

says contact adlib i would if i new how!!

tried this link that i had used before..below...says page not found!


perhaps medway may want us to pay for the records they have ! :-|


Andysmum Report 20 Sep 2018 12:01

I don't have any ancestors from that part of the UK, but I found this on Google.


For anyone using the old Cityark database for Medway Archives /Rochester Archdiocesan parishes, it has now been migrated to a new server as the old one was unreliable. The new URL is

It is still not searchable by name but once you are in the relevant file it is easier to scroll through the records.


It is almost the same as the one you have tried, but there is no s on the http bit and the word centre is spelt in full. I haven't tried it, but you may be lucky. :-) :-)


poppycat Report 20 Sep 2018 14:03

sorry have tried it ............says page not found!

i have gone all round the houses and come up with nothing!

i started using the original site easy as peasy 10yrs back, now like fort nox!

thank you for your help!