Families of Creekmouth

William Brewer and children

The First Families

Although the Crooked Billet Inn and the stone-built gunpowder magazine had been at Creeks Mouth since the mid 1700s, little is known about the very first residents. The first documented families living at Creeks Mouth are from the 1841 census. The village, as such, wasn’t built until the mid 1850s but there were three very

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The Elliot/Hindle Story

This article is taken from the writings of Cyril Tweed regarding his Elliott & Hindle relatives, 1985. From Kent to Creekmouth The Elliott / Hindle story began in 1800 when Henry Thomas Elliott moved from Kent with his Suffolk-born wife, Alice, to No.39 Creekmouth Cottages. Henry, known as Harry, and Alice raised 15 children in

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