Dear Mason -
I'm so excited that I have found a link with the info you sent me. We definitely have common ancestors. Where do you live? I have loads of info and was particularly interested to see you were researching Durlings in Stone because that's where my ancestors lived for about 300 years - yours too! Here goes with the basic info - I have names of wives which I have not included at this point.
Your line starting with William Durling, b. Mar. 20, 1825, Stone, Kent m. Caroline Burt m. July 30, 1848, Stone. ch. Susannah Durling, Apr. 23, 1854; Louisa Durling, Apr. 10, 1858; Agnes Durling about 1864.
Parents of William: Robert Durling b. Feb. 05, 1799, Stone
wife Ann ? ch. Robert William Durling, May 16, 1819; James Jan.21, 1821; Elizabeth Ann, March 09, 1822; William, Mar. 20, 1825
Parents of William Durling: William b. June 07, 1762 b. Stone ch. Thomas Durling b. March 03, 1793; William b. Jan. 01, 1791; Sarah b. Mar. 27, 1795; Eliza b. Mar. 31, 1797
Parents of Thomas Durling: Robert Durling b. Feb. 23, 1728, Ash by Wrotham, Kent ch. William June 07, 1762; Elizabeth Sept. 20, 1747; Mary Sept. 28, 1760
Parents of William Durling: Robert Derling abt. 1680 Ash, Kent ch. Robert, Feb. 23, 1728; Sarah1720; Henry 1718; Elizabeth 1716
My line starting with my father Jack Osbourne Durling b. May 16, 1905 Plumstead, London d. Apr. 20, 1941 WW2 Atlantic
Edward James Durling b. Feb. 15, 1866, Stonewood, Stone, Kent
Albert Durling b. Dec. 1842, Stone
Thomas Durling b. March 03, 1793, Stone
William Durling b. June 07, 1762, Stone
Robert Durling, Feb. 23, 1728 Ash by Wrotham, Kent
Robert Derling abt. 1680, Ash, Kent
So our common ancestor goes back to Robert Derling in 1680!
I do hope all this info helps you and if you have any other missing pieces to the puzzle do send them on.
Best regards, Tessa Borner (Osbourne Durling)