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If you have one of these Kent surnames you could be sitting on a fortune

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Original article from Kent Live

There are dozens and dozens of estates in Kent just waiting to be claimed, according to the latest government data.

When people die without making a will, they leave behind everything they owned, which can include money, property, businesses or cars.

This becomes known as the person’s ‘estate’ and they can range in value from very little to potentially millions.

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Many don't know the details of thousands of unclaimed properties are actually available online.

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If you have the right surname – you could make a claim, before the money disappears into the government’s coffers.

The details on the value of the estates isn't published.

The latest release published by the Treasury Solicitor in February shows that there are more than 100 people with unclaimed assets with links to Kent.

Once you have established if you are able to make a claim all you need to do is send a family tree that shows how you are related to the person whose estate you are trying to claim.

It’s at this point you might have to prove you are related, but it could all be worth it.

If you think that you might be the rightful heir to one of the estates listed you can find out how to make a claim for that estate here.

Here are the surnames you need to look out for.

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Tunbridge Wells

Barker

Clark

Cradock

Healy

Mitchell

Muktasingh

Osborne

Paice

Tippett

Canterbury

Avey

Bush

Bycroft

Clare

Clarke

Cowie

Gouge

Griffiths

Heath

Howling

Jacobs

Jones

Levy

Mansfield

Neary

Oakley

O'Ragan

Phillips

Rafferty

Schwartz

Walsh

Wise

Wright

Thanet

Adams

Addy

Allen

Beck

Black

Bowen

Branchett

Ceasari

Charles

Chapman

Chick

Clark

Connelly

Curling

Doy

Day

Gardiner

Gibbs

Gray

Hicks

Hope

Howell

Hudson

Hynes

Johnson

Kay

Littlechild

Midwinter

Mount

Novakovic

Ralph

Rogers

Shafi

Starodubsky

Stone

Thomas

West

White

Dover

Curling

Gardner

Griffiths

Hawkins

Horder

Kanagasingham

Preston

Sarder

Stone

Thomas

Trojca

Turmaine

Watson

Wojtanowski

Folkestone

Baker

Belshaw

Blackman

Curtis

De Ponte

Johnson

Merlin

Moore

Morse

O'Regan

Ashford

Agnew

Czerwinski

Davis

Drew

Dumitru

Harris

Hayward

Hewitt

Hodgson

Hoile

Jonell

Laskowski

Littlejohn

Loakes

Page

Reece

Sailes

Stillwell

Waghorn

Webster

Wright

Sevenoaks

Jones

Medway

Barker

Brown

Burgess

Crofton

Foster

Fuller

Hood

Knight

Miles

Moriarty

Nicholls

O'Hara

O'Malley

Parker

Singh

Smith

Spalding

Veerappan

Watkins

Webb

Williams

Wilson

Woods

Maidstone

Bennettt

Fry

Gouge

Hodge

McNeil-Wilson

Ralph

Robertson-Grant

Schon

Shepherd

Tallett

Weir

Dartford

Gimborne

Gorka

Kelly

Kingston

McCloud

McGowan

Mitchell

Morris

O'Reilly

Smith

Stacey

Synowiec

Upton

Wells

Whitehead

Gravesend

Brown

Davis

Eveleigh

Moore

O'Donnell

Payne

Turner

White

Sittingbourne and Sheppey

Donovan

Jenson

Stewart

Tonbridge

King

Wheller

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